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BPM and splitting file

Hello,

I've got a scenario: Flat File -> BPM -> 3 Flat files ( each flat file is for a different receiver).

I have designed the BPM but i'm not sure in a good way because the results are strange.

My BPM is :

1 receive Step, 1 fork step with 3 branchs and on each branch i've got a transformation step and a send step.

The result is : 1 receive the first file immediatly but i receive the second file and the third file 12 minutes later ?????

So is my BPM correct or should i design the BPM in a different way ?

Regards

Vincent

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    Posted on Dec 20, 2004 at 11:00 AM

    Hi vincent,

    If the only thing you have to do is to send a flat file to three receivers, then you don't need a ccPBM. Just have three receivers with three interfaces and three different mappings. And use routing rules to send the one file to all three receivers.

    Cheers,

    Frank

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    • Former Member

      Hi Frank,

      You're right but my scenario is :

      I have 1 sender and 3 receivers and one file in inbound and three in outbound with different mappings and if one of these mappings fails i want to stop the scenario the three receivers don't have to receive anything.

      In other terms, if every thing is correct the 3 receivers receive one file and if something is wrong nobody should receive a file.

      Regards

      Vincent

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    Posted on Jan 21, 2005 at 05:29 AM

    Hi Vincent,

    Are you able to pick up file name dynamically in module processor. It will help us since file name is dynamic for our senario. Thanks.

    Regards,

    PKT

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