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File Adapter and Third party system

Hi,

I am new to XI and implementing a simple scenario.

In SLD- I have 3rd paty software component and product.

3rd party technical system: using my pc - For host name I am using my machine name.

Scenario: Using file adapter transform csv file to xml.

File resides on my machine. I have configured file adapter inbound and outbound. Integration Dir & Rep objects are all activated.

But nothing happens, cannot see any message in Messgae monitoring..

Any help would be great.. Is my technical system setup wrong?

thanks

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    Posted on Jan 20, 2005 at 03:13 AM

    Hi KJ KJ

    Can you see Your file adapters running on this url

    Http://<host>:<j2eeport>/AdapterFramework/monitor/monitor.jsp

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    Posted on Jan 20, 2005 at 10:05 AM

    chk whether the folder in your m/c where the CSV file resides is shared and has appropriate access. Also you need to specify your m/c IP with fwd slashes, e.g) //<Ipaddress>/foldername

    configuring your m/c as a Third Party system in SLD is fine.

    If you think ur SLD settings are not correct, you can define your file adapter commn. channel in a Business Service(which does not require an SLD entry) and check whether it works.

    Thanks

    Saravana

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    Posted on Jan 20, 2005 at 11:30 AM

    Hello,

    I presume that u r running a simple J2SE adapter. open a browser and get to this url'http://localhost:8200/adapter.html' . on reachin this page the default used id is 'sap' and the password is 'init'. please do the necessary configuration for the sender adapter.

    Praveen

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