Splitting a Idoc message without BPM

Hi ,
I have seen several posts on this topic splitting Messages with/without BPM. But I think I did not get the currect answer so far. Here is my scenario:
We are using PI/XI 7.0 Sp 09, Idoc-XI-WM (third-party WMS systems)
SAP(Idoc) -
> XI (httpa dapter)-------> 1. Http server (WMs 1 - BS1)
> 2. Http server (WMs 2 - BS2)
> 3. Http Server (WMs 3 - BS3)
I have SAP ECC sender System and 3 receivers-WMs, 3 different Warehouse Management systems running at different warehouse locations and each warehouse is like a different system which has different IP address and etc so we defined each WMs is new Business System in the SLD.
We have a purchase Order Idoc coming from SAP ECC to XI with multiple line items, here each item may belong to one of the above 3 warehouse locations(BS) so based on the certain logic I have to split the incoming 1 PO up to 3 POs and send each PO to each warehouse location with different http adapter.
ECC- IDoc  -
>(Idoc xml using Idoc adapter) XI (splitted Idoc xlm(s) using Http adapter)---->WMS
Please give your valuable inputs, I am already working on withBPM scenario but please suggest if have any good solutions with or without BPM.
Thanks,
Laxman Molugu

Laxman,
Multi-Mapping without BPM is possible from SP14. Go through this url which will help you:
/people/jin.shin/blog/2006/02/07/multi-mapping-without-bpm--yes-it146s-possible
Check this threads which will also give you some idea:
Process Integration (PI) & SOA Middleware
Message Split
---Satish

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