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File-to-File scenario using J2SE Engine
By Kalyan Chakravarthy, Fujitsu Consulting India Pvt ltd
Before starting this document please refer the topic Working
with PlainJ2SE Adapters which I posted earlier.
This document gives an idea on how PlainJ2SE Adapters work
Steps in PI server
Configuring Plain J2SE File Adapter for both Sender and Receiver.
Step3: Test the
Steps in PI (XI)
Create Data types, Message Types, Message Interfaces, Message
Mapping and Interface Mappings in IR.
a) Create Data type:
b) Create Message type:
c) Create Message Interfaces for Outbound and Inbound
d) Create Message Mapping:
e) Create Interface Mapping:
Now Save and activate all the objects in IR.
Now to go to the Integration Directory and create a
Configuration Scenario and also Create Business Services.
Steps in ID:
Create a communication Channel for the Receiver Business
From the above screenshot Target Host will be the IP address
of the Target system to which PI has to send.
Number can be anything.
also can be anything.
But while configuring the PlainJ2SE file_receiver adapter
It’s better to give the path for XI.httpService as
Logon Data for Non-SAP System
Name: sap (which is used to logon
the PlainJ2SE Adapters)
b) No Sender Agreements.
c) Create Receiver Agreements
d) Create Receiver Determination
e) Create Interface Determination.
Finally configured steps in ID with colored :
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