XI to PCK

Hello,
I want to send a message from XI to the PCK and when i configure the communication channel i use the XI adapter type receive, i put the target Host with the IP adress of the pck host, i use the service number 50000 but i don't know which Path i should use ?
If somebody has an idea ?
Regards,
Vincent

The URL is:
http://hostname:j2ee-port/MessagingSystem/receive/AFW/XI
The service user must have the role xi_af_receive in PCK.
Regards
Stefan

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