Find exact RFC Destination for Multiple backend Systems In SAP Gateway

Hi Gateway developers,
I have requirement,if gateway hub system has multiple backend systems( for example two backend systems: ECC and SRM ) then  how  hub system can get the suitable backend alias for exact entity collection..
Here i have developed two entities one entity regards: ECC and second one regards SRM system..within this when I run the service it is always taking any of the same alias for both the collections..
Can you please suggest me..
Thanks
Sreenivas Pachva

Hi Srinivas,
You can add the respective system Alias Name: Like logical system name in your URI also.
Example:
/sap/Service Name;mo=ECCCLNT210/zentity1?Customer1='0001'
/sap/Service Name;mo=SRMCLNT400/zentity2?Customer2='ABCD'
May this help you.
Thanks,
Saurabh Gupta

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