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Use of AS2 Adapter for Non EDI Scenarios

Hi All,

I am using AS2 adpater as provided by SAP B2B toolkit 1.0.

I am building a sender AS2 to WebService (Async) for a non EDI scenario.

My query Is that whether it is possible to use Sender AS2 adapter for a Non EDI scenario such as to receive RNIF PIP from a customer?

If yes then do we have any converter module to convert the incoming messages into XML.

Currently without any module, I face the following error.

Catching exception calling messaging system, cause: Cannot parse message payload to determine operation for receiver determinationjava.io.FileNotFoundException: <PIP file path> (No such file or directory)

Cheers

Kanes I

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    Posted on Oct 21, 2013 at 09:27 PM

    Hi Kanes,

    Which version of SAP PI or PO do you have? E.g, within a 7.31, the RNIF adapter is already available. And I guess in a previous release too.

    So, there is no need to have the B2B add-on installed to have the RNIF adapter available.

    Kind regards,

    Dimitri


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    • Former Member Dimitri Sannen

      Hi All,

      The actual problem as suggested by SAP was that AS2 adapter provided by SAP NW B2B toolkit only supports

      A. Service Interface of type Stateless (XI 30 compatible)

      B. Iflow of type non operation specific.

      After making these changes, the scenario worked.

      Hence I am closing this thread. Thanks everyone for the help.

      Cheers

      Kanes I

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