Response File adapter configuration

Hi Experts,
My scenatio is syncronous scenario ( File to sync SOAP to File). It picks up a file , calls syncronous web service using SOAP adapter , get the response and we need to create a file of teh response.
My problem is to the service response into file.
In IR i have done following things:
1. Oubound synchronous input Message interface
2. Inbound synchronous service Message Interface
3. Message mapping for both request nad response
4. Interfce mapping for the one Message Mapping
In ID
1. file sender Comm channel
2. SOAP reciver comm channel
3. one recvr determination for file to service inbound message
4. One interfcae detmination for service inbound message and interface mapping
5. one sender agreement and one recvr agreement.
Now i am not sure how use the second file adapter for writing file.
kindly help.

thanks for your replies, the link was really helpful but I am getting error in my File sender channel:
Error: com.sap.aii.af.service.cpa.CPAException: Couldn't retrieve inbound binding for the given P/S/A values: FP=;TP=;FS=SHDCLNT100;TS=SICCEB_DocService;AN=;ANS=;
becuase of this error,  file receiver channel is not getting triggered.
I have checked all the agrrements and and interface detmination. Kindly suggest what can be the reason .
Thanks a ton for your replies.

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