If I'm building a Sync JDBC integration where I pull from JDBC do some work (ie. run through a BAPI and get a response synchronously) on it and put it back into the same sid/location but a different table, how many JDBC adapters would I require?
I would definitely need a Sender JDBC adapter, but do I need a Receiver as well? Or will the integration know to use the JDBC adapter setup as the sender to put the return message back through?
And, if I do need a Receiver, how do I tell the integration to use it? Receiver Agreement, or an entire Receiver Determination?