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BPM to Check Two files and Connect R3 server

Two Files are comimg to XI. Both Files having same strucure.

Sceanaro is File to Proxy

In File1 ,XiI search for Record1->Id . if ID found ,then it will connect R3 system and check if ID is present there or not. if not it will create.

IF Id is present in R3 Server then it will wait for File2.

at same time Xi search for file2 and check whether this ID is there or not.

If it is not then Xi will change details in R3 server.If yes then wont modify details of ID in R3 server.

tWhat will BPM steps Involved in this case.

Start -> Fork1(Two receiver)-> then what

plz help me to desing BPM

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  • Posted on Oct 12, 2010 at 08:59 AM

    Hi

    Can you elaborate the steps involved more clearly , this is looking un realistic to me as of now

    regards

    Ninad

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    • Former Member

      Sorry For Confusion

      Can amy one help me to get steps For BPM.

      FILe1-> Contaiss -Hedear(1)-Record(many) Footer(1)

      FILe2-> Contaiss -Hedear(1)-Record(many) Footer(1)

      In Record there is Material Number.

      If File1 Contains 6 Recird and File 2 Contains 4 record.

      When Both file come to XI,

      XI check First Record of File1 and then check this Material number for Record 1 agains material Numbers of all 4 Records of file2.

      If it found same Material Number,in mapping It will update one traget field.

      Edited by: harshalata Gaonkar on Oct 15, 2010 10:28 AM

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