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Is it possible to send a response from BAPI into another BS than Sending BS

Hi guys,

I have the following scenario: SOAP->XI->SAP and I'd like to get the BAPI response and send it via XI into the JDBC adapter. So, it should be something like synchronous call. Do you think, this is possible?

Thanx 4 your answers, Peter

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    Posted on Oct 18, 2005 at 01:08 PM

    hello peter...

    well im not quite sure, whether u wud be able to send a response from one BS to another...

    it cud be something like, ur takin the response, storin it and then using a second request/call...maybe...

    regards...

    vishal

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    Posted on Oct 18, 2005 at 01:11 PM

    hI,

    You could use BPM for your scenario.

    SOAP -> XI : Asynchronous webservvice

    XI-> SAP : Synchronous RFC / Proxy

    XI->JDBC : Async / Synch database update

    Cheers,

    Naveen

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    Posted on Oct 18, 2005 at 01:34 PM

    If you use BPM, you can do all this easily.

    1. receive SOAP message.

    2. Sync BAPI call to SAP

    3. Transform BAPI Response to JDBC receiver format

    4. Send the transformed message to JDBC receiver.

    regards

    Shravan

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    • Former Member Peter Jarunek

      Hi Peter

      "1, receive SOAP - start process

      2, send transforemd message for bapi call - synchronous

      3, receive response..."

      Your understanding is right till the second step, you do not need a receive response step, as your second send step is synchronous and it will receive the response.

      The next step will be as Shravan send a transformation step, and then a send step to JDBC.

      cheers

      Sameer

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