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XML message transformation in each step of XI

Hello,

I was wondering if there is already any article that shows the XML transformation happening in each of the major steps of a XI transaction. I am new to XI and thought this would give me in-depth understanding how a XML is getting transformed as passes through each of the major stages of XI. I have read some of the articles related to XI. These articles are very informative. But like to have a first hand view of what's happening in terms of XML transformation in the processes.

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Tariq

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  • Posted on Jul 26, 2008 at 05:50 PM

    Hi

    Understanding message flow in XI

    Hope this helps you to understand the flow

    Thanks

    Saiyog

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Thank you all for your kind inputs. As Aamir mentioned. pretty much all the xml transformation can be seen in the RWB. I wish I was able to do a simple exercise myself using SAP XI and view these xml outputs.

      Reading the article Saiyog mentioned couple more times which I did before posting my question I am getting a much more understanding what is happening behind the scene in the overall XI application.

      Once again thank you all. You guys been great!

      Cheers!

      Tariq

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