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HTTP sender adapter and receiver adapter

Hi guys,

I have a scenario that I have to communicate with an HTTP server with XML over HTTP.

When the communication is opened by me I will use an HTTP receiver adapter and give the connection parameters.

a) Do I have to use a different HTTP receiver communication channel for each different type of XML that I want to send??

b) When the communication is opened from the HTTP server, they have to type the URL in order to invoke the correct scenario on my side, right? I know that I do not have to use an HTTP sender adapter. They have to call the http URL, followed by the sender business system, sender interface name/namespace etc.

That means that the URL in the format: http://XIhostname:port/ is not enough right?

Is there a way to figure out from the type of the XML sent which scenario will be executed in XI?

Because it is difficult for them to use different URL when they are sending me different type of XML's, i.e. different requests.

Evaggelos

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    Posted on Jul 03, 2008 at 05:15 PM

    >>Do I have to use a different HTTP receiver communication channel for each different type of XML that I want to send??

    Yes,receiver adapter is linked to receiver agreement,if you have different inbound interfaces then it means you need to have diferrent receiver agreement,hence different receiver communication channels.

    >>That means that the URL in the format: http://XIhostname:port/ is not enough right?

    No,its not,there is a test tool on SDN called "HTTP test tool".just search for that and download on your desktop,it will help you generate the correct URL as well as test the scenario by sending sample HTTP request.

    One thing you need to keep in mind is that HTTP scenarios don't require and sender communication channel or sender agreement.they only need configurations on receiver side

    Thanx

    Aamir

    FYI:Here is the test tool

    https://www.sdn.sap.com/irj/sdn/go/portal/prtroot/docs/library/uuid/66dadc6e-0a01-0010-9ea9-bb6d8ca48cc8

    Edited by: Aamir Suhail on Jul 3, 2008 12:18 PM

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