Choose interface mapping based on flag

Hello!
How can I configure the following for a System_A (IDoc) -> XI -> (IDoc) System_B scenario?
If System_A sends an X flag in the payload the X_Interface_Mapping needs to be executed, otherwise the Y_Interface_Mapping needs to be executed.
Regards, Tanja

Unfortunatelly, there is no way of doing this in standard. It'd be necessary a conditional mapping selection inside the interface mapping (if <condition> use this mapping program sequence) like you have inside receiver and interface determination.
briefly: you have interface determination but not interface mapping determination.
A possible workaround would be to create different dummy message interfaces refering to the same message type, and then you create a mapping for each of the dummy target interfaces in order to select them with condition inside interface determination.
Or you could burn some brain cells and implement the conditional logic inside the mapping program itself. It is the right thing to do in this case (since you have same source and target structures, you implement conditional checks in the mapping logic itself).
Regards,
Henrique.

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