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Send XML file to URL and receive the response


I would like to create the following synchronous scenario:

1. IDoc is created in R/3 and send to XI

2. XI converts it to XML file

3. XML is sent to URL

4. Gateway returns response as XML file

5. XML file is converted to IDoc on XI and send to R/3

I know how to setup asynchronous scenario for sending XML file to this gateway. It's working. But I don't know how to receive the response from the gateway. What adapter should I use? How to configure this scenario?

We use XI 3.0 with SP5.

Many thanks for any help in advance.



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    Posted on Oct 14, 2004 at 03:31 PM

    Hi Ondrej,

    Looks like this is a job for BPM, using the asynch-synch bridge.

    In BPM the process would look similar to the following:

    1. receive IDoc from R/3

    2. map IDoc to an interface, which can be used as input to the synch HTTP request

    3. send interface to URL and wait for response

    4. map response interface to a second IDoc

    5. Send IDoc to R/3



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      Adding on to the previous post...Is it necessary to have synchronous messaging using plain HTTP adapter?? Won't asynchronous messaging work...I guess I could be right or wrong 'cos in my case XI does not do the routing to the final destination which is being handled by another tool...XI inmy case just dumps the payload to the 3rd part...

      Guys correct me if I am wrong...


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