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Sender AS2 to SAP PO; 403 forbidden error

Hello Experts,

I am using the AS2 adapter from the B2B Addon.

I am stuck in the scenario Sender AS2 -> SAP PO; with the 403 forbidden error.

Few queries;

1. Is virtual receiver mandatory ?

2. Is is mandatory to have party for sender and receiver. Currently I am having only Sender ( Party + Comm. Component ) and Receiver ( Comm. Component ( Partner Type = LS )).

Can you help please.

Thanks

Saurabh

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    Posted on Jun 10, 2014 at 03:37 PM

    Hi All,

    This issue was resolved by installing the certificates properly. I created 3 entries in SAP PO keystore view.

    1. Private key of self

    2. Public key of sender

    3. Public key of self

    initially it was only KeyPair of self..

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  • Posted on Apr 25, 2014 at 08:20 PM

    Hi Saurabh

    1. Is virtual receiver mandatory ?

    --> Virtual receiver is not mandatory.

    2. Is is mandatory to have party for sender and receiver. Currently I am having only Sender ( Party + Comm. Component ) and Receiver ( Comm. Component ( Partner Type = LS )).

    --> It is not mand to have the party. Please refer the below blog for step by step configuration

    B2B- EDI Inbound -Step by Step Configuration

    regards,

    Harish

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    • Hi Saurabh,

      I faced this problem last week during testing and it turned out to be a mismatch/typo in my AS2 IDs. I checked yours and they look ok but check your settings. I'm not in front of my computer at the moment but I also noticed the mention of expected URL in your AS2 sender. I may be mistaken but I'm pretty sure this would be labeled URL Pattern. If you enter a value of .* then all requests sent to /AS2/ will be handled by the one channel.

      Regards,

      Ryan Crosby

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    Posted on Apr 26, 2014 at 01:03 AM

    Hi Saurabh

    From your AS2 environment , are you able to reach the http / https port of your SAP PI system and vice versa.

    Basically , you need to ensure that the network ports are open in both directions. As I can see from the above the port is 8080 . A simple telnet test should be able to establish that.

    Basis team should be able to take care of this.

    Secondly the certificates need to be exchanged between the 2 sides. Can you please confirm if these are done.

    Thanks

    Rishi

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    • Former Member Agnieszka Domanska

      Hi,

      We are working on the similar scenario, we have created the URL as sent to partner - http://public ip:port/AS2/auth

      1. we have tested the URL in the browser , and we gave the password and we receive the error

      "Use POST-Requests to submit AS2-Messages"


      2. This is message in communication channel monitoring for sender channel - " Channel is listening for incoming connections on /AS2/auth " we are not clear in this statement".

      3. once the partner post the message in the URL, where will we receive the message in PO 7.4 , how to see it.

      4. Please tell us any setting to be made from PO 7.4 side.


      Thanks & Regards

      vijay

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