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Switching Step based on Send Step Acknowledgement in BPM

Hello Everyone,

We have an inteface scenario to read a file, send the message to an R/3 system, check the return code and generate an email if the acknowledgement is not OK. NT file -> SAP XI -(asyn ABAP proxy)-> R/3.

We want to use the standard inbound interface provided by SAP which is an asynchronous proxy interface. We implemented a BPM with a send step and application acknowledgement. Now based on the application acknowledgement we want to send an email to a support group. Is there a way we can check the acknowledgement status and implement a switch step?


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    Posted on Oct 07, 2005 at 09:44 PM


    if you have implemented the send step in the BPM to call asyn abap proxy, you cannot have the acknowledgement defined as application. Instead use Transport acknowledge.


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      Hi Naveen,

      Thanks for your response.

      OK I will try transport acknowledgement. I find these acknowledgements are not available in a container. So how can I implement a switch to perform 2 different processing paths based on success/failure status of the acknowledgement.

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