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Purchase Order Response in SRM 4.0

Hi Friends

We are working on SRM 4.0. We are sending a PO from SRM to R/3 usng XI in xml format.

Now we want the Purchase Order Response in SRM from R/3 through XI. How can we achieve that?

We have used an RFC receiver Adapter in XI to connect to SRM and we have mapped the ORDRSP IDoc to the PurchaseOrderConfirmation Message Type. But in the Message Monitoring of the RWB we are getting an error:

<b>Exception caught by adapter framework: error while processing message to remote system:com.sap.aii.af.rfc.core.client.RfcClientException: functiontemplate from repository was</b>

<b>Delivery of the message to the application using connection AFW failed, due to: error while processing message to remote system:com.sap.aii.af.rfc.core.client.RfcClientException: functiontemplate from repository was .</b>

How to resolve this?

In which format does this PO response should be sent to SRM and How to send this?

Thanks in Advance....

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    Posted on Dec 04, 2005 at 11:55 AM

    in pre-XI times in order to Acknowledge IDocs you used ALEAUD which is an incoming IDoc to the sending SAP system that collects all the received idocs in the receiving system and sends there processing status to the sending system.

    Problem is that this IDoc can only be generated on a job schedule.

    This is a shot in the dark but Maybe you can try to find this IDoc on the XI side and map to it the RFC response,

    this way you'll acknowledge the IDoc that basically were send to xi from the sending system.

    Why not using Sending Idoc on R\3, Recieving IDoc on SRM,sending ALEAUD from SRM to R3 all through xi???

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