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Filesys to R/3

Hi,

I am trying to send xml one file containing vendor key , to a R/3 system via RFC, from another r/3 system thorugh XI.The RFC will return the vendor record.I am using BPM..i want the get the vendor detail (the return parameters from RFC) back to the sender system as a XML format.

that is

r/3 (system A) -> (XI)--> RFC call in (R/3 system B)

it is succesfull

Now the RFC sends the vendor details in return parameter

so i want a BPM design such a way

R/3(systm A) <--(XI)<-----RFC return in(R/3 system B)

Can you please help me..reward points guranteed.

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    Posted on Sep 30, 2005 at 06:04 AM

    You dont need to use BPM for this and no need to create a file either. You can make a sync interface and two mappings will do it.

    R/3 -


    > XI --> R/3

    R/3 <--- XI --> R/3

    If you want to use BPM:

    Send data to XI using RFC or Proxy (asynch), then create a BPM

    1. receive data from R/3 system A

    2. send sync RFC to R/3 system B and get the response back.

    3. send the R/3 system B response to system A.

    I strongly suggest you to avoid BPM in this case as you do not need it.

    regards

    Shravan

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