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PI 7.0 SFTP can do File Content Conversion

Nov 22, 2016 at 04:04 AM


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Hi Mentors

I am using PI 7.0 in my current project in Singapore and require help on the SFTP Mode of Connectivity between my ECC and BW System which is Sender and Receiver System.

The network connectivity of my client company is secure connection so I can't use FTP to pick file from ECC system.Here are couple of questions from my end for which I need quick response:

1) Do I need to use Custom Module on top of my File Sender Communication Channel? If yes kindly provide the steps how I create EJB Module and deploy module in PI 7.0.Is there any module code available which I can use directly for Custom Module.

2) How to do File Content Conversion of CSV/TXT File Format to XML Format if I use Custom Module on top of my Sender or Receiver File Adapter.Can I use the existing File Content Conversion out of box feature available in Sender and receiver File Adapter to do conversion?If not then please provide how to do the conversion.

3) Is there any other Mechanism where we don't use Custom Module but still can pick the file from Source ECC using any script at OS level.If yes then how to call the script and where the script need to be placed.Kindly share the script details.

Looking forward to hear from our experts quickly.So I can start with the Design and Build in my current project.



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Raghuraman S Nov 22, 2016 at 04:15 AM

check if the module beans work,I am not pretty sure whether its supported at PI 7.0 version

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Former Member Nov 23, 2016 at 02:33 AM

Hi SAP Mentors

I want to do step by step Module Configuration as I am doing for first time.This for SFTP Connectivity using PI 7.0 to pick file from ECC.



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Hello Arya,

Try the beans I shared,No need to deploy anything.