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Send JPEG, PDF along with data records without BPM

Hi All

Kindly help in choosing the best scenario WITHOUT BPM.

Scenario:

Data records to be sent to the server along with his profile in PDF and his photo in JPG format as attachments

For Example

Data records

EMPID: FIN090,FIN080,FIN095

EMPName:Smith,Rachel,John

City:London,Boston,LA

Phone: 12345,34567,43215

Condition to be used:

If empid = FIN090, profile (pdf) and JPG having same id (file names)should get picked up from the source and to be placed in the server

Else if emp id = FIN080 then it should pick the FIN080 PDF and JPG

And so on.

Is this possible without BPM and in ABAP mapping

Help me in choosing the right scenario.

Regards

Blue

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    Posted on May 12, 2011 at 02:49 AM

    You need to create two comm channels one for PDF and the other for JPEG image. Name both files with the employee id. When the FTP sender channel fetches the files on the server. The channel to fetch the image will have two message. One is JPEG and the other is the file name. Make sure you tick File Name under Advanced Tab in your sender channel. You also have to swap the attachment in module configuration.

    Cheers,

    Bai

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