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Receiver Determination

We are sending PO's from our SRM Application to XI and from XI we are routing to various vendors.

I am getting an error NO_RECEIVER_CASE_ASYNC/No receiver could be determined.

When I analyzed the above problem, I found that the above PO is failing because its been PROCESSED ALREADY and for some reason SRM sends this po again and it fails with the No receiver could be determined.

So how does the XI knows that this PO has been sent ONCE?

Please assit me. Thanks

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    Posted on Oct 17, 2005 at 06:56 PM


    I doubt if this is a problem with the resending of PO..

    Could be problem with the configuration in ID. Please recheck your reciver determination for service, interface and namespace in ID.

    Are you able to any success messages in SXMB_MONI for the PO when you send it first time?



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      we are working on the same scenario where we are sending a PO from SRM to XI. In SRM we are giving the Transmission medium as xml and

      COmmunication protocol as Exchange Infrastructure.

      And we have created a RFC communication channel in XI.

      But it gives an error.

      can you please send your scenario or any related document regarding this.

      Thanks in Advance.

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