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RFC (Sync) -> File (async) always via s/a Bridge?

Hi,

maybe a silly question, but do I always have to use the s/a Bridge when I have a sync. RFC sender and a async receiver? Is there another possibility without bpm (well using a async RFC of course)?

Thank you

Thomas

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    Posted on Oct 18, 2005 at 07:57 AM

    Hi,

    >>Is there another possibility without bpm (well using a async RFC of course)?

    Currently its not possible without BPM.

    if u dont need the response from the reciever system, u can exclude BPM.

    Regards,

    Dhana

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    Posted on Oct 18, 2005 at 09:03 AM

    Hey Thomas..

    well the concept of BPM comes, only when u have a syn/asyn communication...

    when u say a RFC, which is a async, u need to have a BPM as the file is an Async.

    also, if u just want to put the data in R3(say), then u have the scenario FTP to IDOC , wherin u dont get any response and no BPM required...

    hope it clears some of ur doubt on BPM...

    regards..

    vishal

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