Interface mapping in Interface Determination??

Hi friends..
iam doing IDOC to File..
in message mapping ,i changed the occurance of IDOC to unbounded and did the same in interface mapping also..
but in intrerface determination i am not getting Interface mapping ,i tried Extended interface mapping also..
please suggest me..
thanks and regards
Ram

Hi,
MultiMapping will not work for IDoc's.You need to use Idoc packaging for this,
https://www.sdn.sap.com/irj/sdn/go/portal/prtroot/docs/library/uuid/877c0d53-0801-0010-3bb0-e38d5ecd352c
Is this what you have done?
Regards
Bhavesh

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    Thanks for taking the time to look into this. See my comments below.
    1. Are you using multi mapping? Source Message type 1 and Traget message types 2 (added from messages tab in the mapping)
    We have two mappings, both create only a single output type, however, they are split mappings, meaning the mapping result message multiplicity is 0-N. So the answer is NO, this are no multi mappings
    2. At any time, can both the target messages be created or are they mutually exclusive?
    both targets will always be created, they are NOT mutually exclusive
    3. With in each message type that gets generated on the target side, is the occurance 1..1 or 1..unbounded?
    Don't fully get the question, but I assume you ask if the mapping is defined as a 1:1 or 1..N mapping. The latter is true.
    4. Is there any condition in the interface determination?
    Answer is No.
    5. How many operation mappings did you design.
    We have two operation mappings, each containing a different mapping to the different receiver interface type.
    Being said that, the ideal way should be, You need to create only one message mapping by adding multiple message types on the target side. I fully understand and agree with this statement, but due to the complexity of the mapping we need to separate it out into two mappings.
    It is confusing, that the described scenario works if the multiplicity of the mapping objects used is 1, but as soon as the multiplicity is 0-N (when using a split mapping instead), we start getting the error message.

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