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confused regarding interface mapping in BPM scenarion

hi

my scenario goes like this:

have 2 sources sendign files to target.

Am using BPM to merge the input files into a single target file.

am confused as to which interfaces to use in interface mapping.

(have 3 abstract ,and 2 outbound and 1 inbound interfaces).

am already using 2 abstract interfaces as input and 1 abstract target interface in o/p for nterface mapping.

However ,while running the configuratin wizard,no interface mapping appears.

please help me ASAP.

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    Posted on Dec 19, 2008 at 07:35 AM

    Yes.Your configuration is correct.

    You dont see in interface mapping in interface determination ie in configuration. Because you are calling mapping in BPM.

    You can call mapping in 2 places while working with BPM scenarios.

    1.BPM - Use tranformation.....then no need to sepecify in interface determination.

    2.Outside of BPM. .....Have to mention InterfaceMapping in Interface determination

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  • Posted on Dec 19, 2008 at 07:39 AM

    Please close one of the open threads. There shouldn't be two threads with same question. This would confuse the posters.

    Regards,

    Prateek

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