File Receiver Adapter:Run Operating System COmmand after message Processig:

Dear All,
I have gone through this link
[http://help.sap.com/saphelp_nw2004s/helpdata/EN/e3/94007075cae04f930cc4c034e411e1/content.htm]
But i have a problem.
In the scenario which we have, File name is DYNAMICALLY GENERATED by a UDF
I want to call the file at run time after message processing via Command Line and execute some os commands.
But since the file name is Dynamic....How will i call the file at run time in Command Line:
SYNTAX: %f(FileName)
How will i specify the file name in the above syntax as the file name is Dynamic and not constatnt.
Please Advice.
Senthilprakash.

Dear All,
Yes just now i got the answer from this thread[OS command line script - Need help;
Actually i have another doubt now
In REVEIVER FILE ADAPTER:
when we give Run Operating system Command After Message processing
does the OS command get executed after the output file is placed in the Receiver folder/server or before its placed in the receiver folder?
Regards,
Senthilprakash.

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