Blogs by

Stefan Grube

Some years ago I wrote a blog about emails with body and attachment with help of the MailPackage structure: XI Mail Adapter: An approach for sending emails with attachment with help of Java mapping  

Recently I worked on a scenario with two Idocs that are used as asynchronous request and response messages for ERP and a synchronous webservice. For this scenario, I used SOAP adapter with async-sync brigde with

The PI adapters use dynamic header fields (also called Adapter Specific Message Attributes = ASMA) for enhancing the functionality of the adapter. Sender adapters provide information in the dynamic headers and receiver adapters can use

Update 10.03.2016: This blog talks about the use of the Mail Package of the Mail Adapter. It is still possible to use it, but not recommended. I have created a new blog for showing, how

When I started to work with the SOAP adapter, I find out that for troubleshooting it is necessary to trace the HTTP or SMTP stream. This is useful to see the settings of the HTTP/SMTP

The use of the PayloadZipBean is tricky. I will show you a scenario where an XI message goes to a receiver file adapter. Here the payload is converted to a flat structure and the codepage is

In some forum entries, I found a question about debugging Java Mapping. There are a lot of Blogs about Java Mappings like this one of Thorsten Søbirk: Using JAXP to both parse and emit XML

When you have used the WSDL wizard in the Integration Directory and have clicked on “Propose URL” in the second screen, did you ever wonder, why the URL does not point to a sender SOAP

In some scenarios it is necessary to collect IDocs. This can be done with BPM, as Pooja Pandey’s blog shows. IDOCs (Multiple Types) Collection in BPM This works perfect when each BPM collects only few

Debugging of inbound proxies in WebAS 6.40 or higher To show the debugging of inbound ABAP proxy, the implementation of the demo scenario is used. The demo scenario is available in any installation WebAS 6.40