SOAP Header modification.

Hello All,
Please help me. I am trying to use the following scenario RFC to XI and SOAP to post the message.
I am getting all the info I need in RFC, but the problem is I have to modify the Header fields. The SOAP system is expecting custom parameters in Header and Body (envelope). I know we can do this using ‘Do not use SOAP envelope’ in communication channel check box. My problem is how can I map for header and as well as body.
Please help me as soon as possible.
Thank you very much and have a nice day.

Hi,
Check out this threads
Re: XI30 SPS16 - SOAP Sender Adapter - self-defined SOAP-Header
SOAP Adapter: DO not use soap envelope
Thanks,
Prakash

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