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One to Many systems though MultiMappings??

Hi all,

With the standard message type like<b> Orders.orders05</b> , we want to send from one system to 4 systems depending on the RCVPRN.. and i need to create 3 Mappings bcoz we have different conversion rules for all the three systems.

Can i acheive it with single interface by using Message Mapping ?

or

Do i need to do separately for all the three systems??

Or

any other way??

Kindly suggest which gives better performance as well.

Thank You.

Regards

Seema.

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    Posted on Nov 20, 2007 at 06:06 AM

    Hi Seema,

    <b>Can i acheive it with single interface by using Message Mapping ?</b>

    Yes u can do it within a single interface mapping.

    In interface mapping there is a option of giving multiple mappings...

    u can have a look at this blog..

    Multimapping without BPM

    /people/jin.shin/blog/2006/02/07/multi-mapping-without-bpm--yes-it146s-possible

    regards

    Biplab

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    Posted on Nov 20, 2007 at 06:15 AM

    hi seema,

    as your requirment, you can go for multimappping so no need to create 3 mapping.

    go to <b>message mapping in ID</b>, there are 3 option , <b>design ,test and messages</b>.so go to messages.

    give <b>your idoc in source and your 4 messages in target.</b>

    same do in interface mapping.

    this will solve your problem.

    but if you want to send your idoc on some criteria so you can use<b> corelation in BPM</b>

    for this try this link , this is according to your scenario:

    /people/sravya.talanki2/blog/2005/08/24/do-you-like-to-understand-147correlation148-in-xi 1:N mapping

    hope this will help

    regards

    HONEY

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    Posted on Nov 20, 2007 at 06:20 AM

    Hi Seema,

    You can acheive this single interface mapping. By doing the multi mapping in MM ( 1 :N ), In u r case the target message type is same, here check for the RCVPRN Condition and carry the diffrent conversion rules in mapping.Put this condition for message header if this condition is true then that message will populate or it would suppress that. In configuration by doing the conditional reciever determination you can send the messages to desired reciever system.

    Hope it will give an idea to do this.

    Cheers

    Veera

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    Posted on Nov 20, 2007 at 09:25 AM

    Hi

    According to the scenario, you mentioned,I feel you should go for enhanced receiver determination

    /people/venkataramanan.parameswaran/blog/2006/03/17/illustration-of-enhanced-receiver-determination--sp16

    Here as you are saying you will be making 4 mapping due to difference in conditions, the same will be done in enhanced receiver determination.

    You will create 4 CC for all the receivers, 4 Interface Determination but only one enhanced Receiver determination.

    Thanks

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