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Interface Determination for Split Mappings

Hey experts!

I was working on an scenario with a splitting condition, i solved that with (a lot of help lol) and the SplitByValue function, but additionally, the Interface Mapping is 1.n and it use 2 maps

IM:

DELVRY05 (0.1) ==> MM_FIRST ===> EDI 856 (0.unbounded)

MM_SECOND

So, when i try to configure my outbound scenario i notice that the only way that i can call my IM is using the "Extended" option in the Interface Determination (that way it calls my IM which is 1.N), without that i can't make the Interface Mapping appear in the list

If it's IM based, that means i have to create a filter for every Receiver Determination and a new Interface Determination for each interface (i have 10 partners using 856)

- It's that correct? there's any option to change that?

I was correctly using one Party for the 856 per country (1 Canada, 1 Usa)

that would mean to have (1 Canada, 1 Usa, N for the 856 which are 1.N)

- There's any way to avoid that or do i always need the extended option?

Hope it's clear, thanks!

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    Sep 02, 2008 at 03:54 PM

    >>It's that correct? there's any option to change that?

    Yeah,give the condition for all the partners in the conditional receiver determination(you will configure only 1 receiver determination which will have conditions for all the partners),then configure separate receiver agreement and interface determination for each of them.

    Thanx

    Aamir

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