Appending and add time stamp at a time........

Hi all,
i am working on a scenario...
it is file mapping and bpm can be used.
I need to pick up file through xi and append it and put in the target with time stamp to it.
we can achieve this if mapping or bpm is allowed.....
But,in file processing we can use only one option at a time.....
I found a way:
scenario one: files will be appened and kept in a temparory folder
using another scenario we will pick up the appeneded file and add time stamp and keep in target structure...
but i dont think this is advisable...
please suggest me any other ways to achieve this...(can run operating system command be helpfull??)
thanks in advance..

Yes you are right, Appending and adding Time Stamp will not be possible simultaneously.
Refer - this could help you
Dynamic Filename with TimeStamp  
Dynamic Filename with TimeStamp
But some how you have to use mapping for it. Then if its allowed to use the mapping then as you have suggested, should have to go for two scenarios. No alternative,
Probably also you can try with Customized Adapter Module for this.

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