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BPM Async Sync issue

Hello Experts,

I have created a async sync bridge using ccBPM in PI 7.3. I have a scenario invovling file rfc file. A file is picked from the local directory and is mapped to RFC and the response from ECC is sent to another local directory using BPM.

I have referred some parts of these two blogs to create async sync bridge.

http://scn.sap.com/people/arpit.seth/blog/2005/06/27/rfc-scenario-using-bpm--starter-kit

and http://www.riyaz.net/sap/a-step-by-step-guide-to-bpm-asynch-sync-bridge/170/ .

I created integration process properly but when i start the scenario by starting the file communication channel from runtime workbench. the message is picked from local directory but I'm unable to fetch the details through the BAPI "BAPI_CUSTOMER_GETDETAIL2". I 'm able to see only one message in sxmb_moni. there should be a total of four messages in SXMB_MONI. I'm not able to gauge which steps i have missed or where i'm going wrong. since it one successful message and that's it.

Let me know if you need any more information on this scenario.

Please help on this as I'm doing BPM for the first time.

Regards,

Amarnath

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    Posted on Jan 06, 2014 at 11:42 AM

    Hi Amarnath

    As Michal suggested this scenario can be implemented without BPM. However if you want go ahead with BPM for your learning then you might check the following

    1. You have created the integration process as

    receive step----> sync send step----async send step

    for ID , you need to create 3 receiver determination, 3 interface determination , 2 receiver agreement

    1 sender agreement.

    As per your description, looks like your process instance has not started. Make sure you have used the correct interface in the receive step in BPM.

    The first message in MONI will be adapter engine to process engine. Click on the process engine , it will take you to the BPM steps.That will also show you at which steps your flow has been stopped.

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      Hi Indrajit,

      I have opened the source file successfully in the browser.

      The source file is perfectly fine which can be seen in the moni as well . the output message of the source file before entering BPM is a well formed one. So i don't know what is causing the file to behave in this manner. where can i track this? The first message is successful and remaining three messages fail in sxmb_moni

  • Posted on Jan 06, 2014 at 11:03 AM

    Hi,

    >>> I have a scenario invovling file rfc file. A file is picked from the local directory and is mapped to RFC and the response from ECC is sent to another local directory using BPM.

    for this scanario you don't need a BPM at all - you can do it using adapter modules

    please redesign the scenario without the BPM

    http://wiki.scn.sap.com/wiki/display/XI/Using+Request+Response+Bean+Module+in+FILE+Adapter

    Regards,

    Michal Krawczyk

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      Hi Michal,

      Thanks for your reply.

      I 'm looking forward to learn BPM as I have never used it before, so i have created this scenario as my upcoming project involve using lot of BPM .

      So I took a step in that direction to learn BPM. I have done all the steps correctly. I'm not getting any error or indication in this scenario that where i'm going wrong.

      Please give me your inputs on this. It will help me in understanding the working of BPM which will help me execute the scenarios involving BPM in future.

      Thanks.

      Regards,

      Amarnath

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