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transformations using BPM - File -webservice-merge-File

Friends,

I have a requirement something like this.

1. i get the file through the sender file adapter

2. one field out of those sent by the sender will be used to make a webservice call to get dateofbirth and name details.

3. i need to merge these data (from file + webservice response) and send it to the receiver using FTP

Can you please elaborate as to how we can achieve this?

Thanks and Regards,

Pavan

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  • Posted on Jul 25, 2009 at 05:29 AM

    Hi Pavan,

    INstead of using a BPM for your requirement, you can make use of a UDF to call the Webservice to retrieve information from it.

    Read this blog for more:

    /people/bhavesh.kantilal/blog/2006/11/20/webservice-calls-from-a-user-defined-function

    Regards,

    Ravi

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      Hi Pavan,

      If you are using PI 7.1 then it will call only once. But if you use earlier versions than this then it will call for each record. To avoid you may use global container and store the values and use it for the whole mapping.

      Regards,

      ---Satish

  • Posted on Jul 25, 2009 at 05:41 AM

    Use a SOAP lookup;

    /people/bhavesh.kantilal/blog/2006/11/20/webservice-calls-from-a-user-defined-function

    More about the lookup api - https://help.sap.com/javadocs/NW04S/current/pi/index.html

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    Posted on Aug 11, 2009 at 12:06 AM

    Friends,

    I designed a BPM which took care of this requirement.

    Thanks for all your ideas.

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