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Access MIME from ABAP Mapping for Attachment


I am adding an attachment in ABAP Mapping and sending that message to Ariba System through HTTP Adapter channel.

I am able to send the message successfully and also I can see the attachment in the PI RWB But I am not able to see any

attachment in the Receiver's end along with the message.Ariba is able to receive the message successfully though.

It looks like I need to change MIME Header a bit before sending the message.

I check this link.


But Its about SOAP Adapter with PayloadSwap Bean. Since HTTP adapter is on ABAP we can not use the Module

Tab of the channel.

I need to know how can I use ABAP Mapping to access the MIME HEADER to change/ check Content Disposition and

other properties.



Edited by: tech.info012 on Oct 12, 2010 6:33 PM

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    Posted on Oct 12, 2010 at 05:37 PM


    i don't think is possible to manage PI Message Attachments in HTTP Plain adapter.

    What I can suggest you are two possibilities:

    1) Try to write someting like this:


    2) Try to use the SOAP Adapter (J2EE) and check the option "Do not use SOAP Enevlope" and "Keep Attachment"

    In this way you're able to use the Standard Adapter Modules.


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      When I tried the 2nd option It is giving me this error in response message. Do you have any idea what problem can cause this.

      <SAP:Error xmlns:SAP="" xmlns:SOAP="" 
        <SAP:Code area="MESSAGE">GENERAL</SAP:Code> 
        <SAP:P1 /> 
        <SAP:P2 /> 
        <SAP:P3 /> 
        <SAP:P4 /> 
        <SAP:AdditionalText> Could not queue receive 
      for message 4cb474bf-00c1-02af-e100-80000aa00d4b(INBOUND). Reason: java.lang.NullPointerException:
        <SAP:Stack /> 



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