One sender and two receiver

Hi All,
I have a scenario in which there is only one outbound Message interface and 2 inbound message interfaces ( one sender and two receiver). In XI, how can i configure the interface determination for this? Shall i need to put * for receiver and add 2 inbound message interfaces and interface mappings.
Thanks
Michael

Use xpath in your interface determination in case you have some conditions, else u can *** multiple interfaces in your int. det.. also ref:
/people/suraj.sr/blog/2006/01/05/multiple-inbound-interfaces-within-a-service

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