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Step by step Use of FCC,RD based on file name,CP in RD,ASMA,Dyanamic configuration,and StrictXML2PlainBean in Single Scenario……..

Today I got a chance to learn FCC for Sender Side, Receiver Determination based on the  file name Condition, use of Context object, Use of CP(contain pattern )in receiver determination, use of Dynamic Configuration, Use of ASMA property for both Sender and Receiver Side and use of StrictXML2PlainBean at Receiver side ALL in single scenario. So I am thinking of sharing this…

  1. Hope you enjoy this…J

Scenario Description:

A file is picking from local  directory and send to SAP ECC  and provide the archived  link for that  file via proxy  OR send to other System as it is  based on the Name of the file.

Solution:So we need to provide the archived link to the field in ECC reciver structure so we are using dynamic conifgration and  we need to send a file to two different system based based on the name of file  so we are using ASMA property of Sender channel and define condtion in RD. And also we provide the same name of file as sender to reciver for that we also use Reciver side ASMA property.And in reciver side of secound system I am also using StrictXML2PlainBean because we need the same file as it is and in sender side we are using FCC so we need to back to same structure. For that we can go for FCC or using module, I am going for module

What is in this doc?

FCC for Sender Side

Use of Receiver Determination based of file name Condition

Use of Contains Pattern (CP) in Condition editor

Use of Context object to define the file name in RD condition

Use of Dynamic Configuration

Use of ASMA property for both Sender and Receiver Side

Use of StrictXML2PlainBean at Receiver side

What is not in this Doc?

What is receiver structure for proxy?

How proxy is implemented in ECC

Mapping related to FILE to Proxy structure not define in deep

And all Proxy related configurations


Sender structure look like:

In mapping we provide the archived link in folloing field(VALUE) using dynamic configration other field are map with some constant :

Code for dynamic Configuration:


String str1 = “http:/” +  “/”;

//Instantiate Dynamic configuration

DynamicConfiguration conf = (DynamicConfiguration) container.getTransformationParameters().get(StreamTransformationConstants.DYNAMIC_CONFIGURATION);

//Instantiate MappingTrace.

MappingTrace trace = container.getTrace();

DynamicConfigurationKey key = DynamicConfigurationKey.create( str1, “FileName” );

//Get the filename

String ourSourceFileName = conf.get(key);

DynamicConfigurationKey key1 = DynamicConfigurationKey.create( str1, “Directory” );

//Get the filelocation

String ourSourceDirName = conf.get(key1);

return ourSourceDirName+”\\archive\\”+ourSourceFileName;


Interface mapping for FILE to ECC

FCC part is needed  to excute the Dynamic configuration got require for FILE to ECC scenario.

Setting ASMA property for file name and directory name:

Receiver determination where we define the condition:

Define the Receiver Systems

Now Select Context Object and help menu for that as below:

Select FileName

Now define the condition of file name

Here you can also define pattern search like below:

Select CP(contain pattern)  instead of equal operator and then use pattern like *.

Do same as for second system also:

After done following conditions look like

No need to for interface mapping and do same as inbound interface name as sender interface name

Sender Agreement

Receiver Agreement for ECC

Receiver Agreement for second system

Receiver CC for Second system:

Here I am using StrictXML2PlainBean  module instead of FCC

Receiver CC for ECC Proxy:

Hope u like this……………….:)



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      Author's profile photo Iñaki Vila
      Iñaki Vila

      A good explanation  Gagandeep Batra. I think this kind of material that mixes different concepts could be very useful to have a global view and to wonder how combinate them.

      Thanks for sharing.


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      Gagandeep Batra
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      Author's profile photo Sunil Mavachee
      Sunil Mavachee

      Excellent job Gagan.! Keep updating.!



      Author's profile photo Gagandeep Batra
      Gagandeep Batra
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      thanks Sunil

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      Hi Gagan,

      It is a simple and excellent job,keep going.

      Best Regards


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      This blog is very informative which has a intermixing of various concepts.

      I found this blog very useful.

      Thanks for sharing.



      Author's profile photo Gagandeep Batra
      Gagandeep Batra
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      Thanks Amar

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      Good job,keep it up

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      Please adjust the images to display properly

      Author's profile photo Adarsh Dhingra
      Adarsh Dhingra

      Hi Gagan,

      Very nice blog..Congrats 🙂

      Author's profile photo Gagandeep Batra
      Gagandeep Batra
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      Thanks Adarsh..........