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Problem With RNIF attachment

Hi ,

My scenario is ECC to ADP(RNIF ) Enabled system.

From ECC i have written client Proxy which is sending the Invoice data with Attachment to PI.

In PI SXMB_MONI i am able to see the PDF attachment in Main payload.

But how i need to map this attachment to receiver structure( PIDX messgae which i downloaded ) ,I need to do any thing in RNIF receiver adapter for attachment or i need to do any mapping.

Please advice i am confused.

Thanks

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    Posted on Jun 29, 2012 at 05:18 AM

    Hi,

    1. just one thing - you're using RNIF 2.0 and not 1.1 right ?

    as 1.1 does not support attachments

    >>>>But how i need to map this attachment to receiver structure( PIDX messgae which i downloaded )

    >>>>,I need to do any thing in RNIF receiver adapter for attachment or i need to do any mapping.

    a) yes you need to enable "Read Attachments" in the operation mapping to be able to map this to the receiver structure

    b) you can also do the attachment -> reveicer mapping in the adapter module if you use SOAP - XI protocol for the proxy message

    Regards,

    Michal Krawczyk

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    • Former Member

      HI Michael,

      I am working on the same interface, and I am able to post message to the target system without attachment but when I am using attachment the message fails in the target system.

      can you please suggest if i have to do some additional configuration ?

      Regards,

      Vk

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