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Error in Inbound File Adapter

Hello,

The scenario :

Flat File => XI => Enterprise (4.7)

I'm getting the following error in the Adapter Engine at time of Reloading the new inbound file adapter.

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<i>***** Tue Jul 06 11:46:54 EDT 2004 *****

11:46:59 (4023): File adapter initialized successfully

11:46:59 (4007): File adapter started

11:47:03 (4050): ERROR: Unexpected exception "com.sap.aii.messaging.adapter.ftp.FTPEx: Unknown extension in database file name." occurred</i>

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The inbound file adapter is as below ... :

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<i>classname=com.sap.aii.messaging.adapter.ModuleFile2XMB

mode=FILE2XMB

XMB.TargetURL=http://host123:8001/sap/xi/engine?type=entry

XMB.SenderBusinessSystem=Sender_System

XMB.SenderInterfaceNamespace=http://abc.com/xi/

XMB.SenderInterfaceName=DataFile_Out

XMB.User=xisuper

XMB.Password=xipass

XMB.ReceiverBusinessSystem=ENT

XMB.ContentType=text/plain

XMB.ContentKind=T

XMB.QualityOfService=EO

file.sourceDir=

file.sourceFilename=DATAFILE

file.processingMode=test

file.pollInterval=060

ftp.host=100.200.300.400

ftp.port=21

ftp.user=userid

ftp.password=passwd

ftp.mode=Text</i>

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Any help is greatly appreciated.

Thanx in advance.

Homiar.

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    Posted on Jul 06, 2004 at 08:09 PM

    All,

    Problem is solved. I changed the value for the Source directory & the adapter started to poll.

    Thanx,

    Homiar.

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