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sync scenario: rfc-to-ftp with ccbpm

hi experts,

my scenario is as follows:

there is a rfc call from sap, this message is given to the XI.. the next step should be that xi selects data from the ftp server, send this data back to xi (mapped) and finally give this mapped data back to the sap system..

how to realize this with xi ccbpm?

thanks for every help

chris

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    Posted on Oct 31, 2008 at 10:52 AM

    Hi,

    the problem in your scenario is to get data from ftp server.

    Because you could not trigger a Sender File adapter. You will have to provide the data in another way.

    Regards

    Patrick

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    Posted on Nov 01, 2008 at 11:53 PM

    Hi

    Using BPM also problem is to trigger the Sender communicatoion channel.

    Well if you are able to invoke servlet

    http(s)://host:port/AdapterFramework/ChannelAdminServlet?party=party&service=service&channel=channel&action=

    Action = Start will allow the channel to start

    use the blog by William li link given above.

    Try like this

    Proxy (which invokes this) -> File adapter picks the file ->map the data and send to SAP system

    Thanks

    Gaurav

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