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Adapters for xCBL

Does SAP currently make a 3rd party adapter for xCBL that can be used with XI 2.0? If not, then can this be purchased from an iWay or SeeBurger? Has anyone seen this XML format used with other EAI tools (i.e. webMethods, TIBCO, SeeBeyond, etc.)?

Any help would be welcome. Thanks.

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    Posted on Dec 22, 2004 at 10:58 AM

    Kirk,

    Why do you need an adapter?

    Adapters are either technical (e.g. JDBC, IDoc, etc) or

    they are for an application (Oracle, Siebel, etc).

    You only need to load the xCBL schemas, and map your data to/from the xCBL XML format.

    Regards,

    Simon

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    Posted on Dec 30, 2004 at 09:40 AM

    Hello,

    xCBL is an XML dialect (base for the new UBL standard maintained by OASIS). The schema are quite complex. You can map them with any XML Mapper. I havent tried XSLT or SAP XI Mapper yet, however I know we do have some customers which map xCBL to IDOC with the SEEBURGER BIC Converter, which is included in our Adapter Solutions.

    So you can get the mappings (depending on the transaction type) or do them yourself.

    Do you also need communication? There are multiple options, including the SAP Marketset Adapapters and JMS.

    Greetings

    Bernd

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