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Bean IDOC_INBOUND_ASYNCHRONOUS not found on host

Hello All,

We have recently installed Po 7.4 We had to completed all the steps/configuration as explained by http://scn.sap.com/docs/DOC-31398

When IDocs are triggered from ECC, they are stuck in SM58 with issue "Bean IDOC_INBOUND_ASYNCHRONOUS not found on host".

I have problem with create : connection

I had create

Create JCO RFC Provider destination:

NWA -> Configuration -->Infrastructure -->JCO RFC Provider

XI_IDOC_DEFAULT_SID

for Service Configuration I used: gateway host and gateway service of your PI server

for Repository Configuration I uses ECC backend information.

Create RFC Destination:

On sm59 I had create RFC destination of Type T.

Used program id : XI_IDOC_DEFAULT_SID

Enter the gateway host and gateway service of your PI server

But RFC not working. ** DKRDSSAPxxx_SE1_00** is the ECC system.

Error Details Error when opening an RFC connection (CPIC-CALL: 'ThSAPOCMINIT', communication r

Error Details ERROR: Error with SAP gateway communication; check if SAP gateway is closed

Error Details LOCATION: SAP-Server DKRDSSAPxxx_SE1_00 on host DKRDSSAPxxx (wp 14)

Error Details COMPONENT: CPIC

Error Details COUNTER: 54

Error Details MODULE:

Error Details LINE:

Error Details RETURN CODE: 239

Error Details SUBRC: 0

Error Details RELEASE: 742

Error Details TIME: Fri Dec 05 16:00:37 2014

Error Details VERSION:

Any idea if I had miss some thing.

Thanks

Rerza

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    Posted on Dec 05, 2014 at 03:21 PM

    Hello,

    U don't need to create any "XI_IDOC_DEFAULT_SID" JCO RFC provider destination...Paste ur inboundRA screenshot.

    IN ECC, SM59, u have to give same program id name which u have used in inboundRA

    Thanks

    Amit Srivastava

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