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File to Proxy Scenario getting Short dump occurred when executing message in qRFC queue XBTR0033 Error

Hi All,

Now am working on the File to proxy Scenario,development Completed, when we process msg its showing success in PI level but In ECC we are getting below error in SXMB_MONI.

please find the my Source and target Structures below



and also we are using FCC for this interface please find below:

please help on this.


Rajendar K

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  • Posted on Mar 25, 2015 at 12:34 PM

    May be you are sending an invalid date to ECC and the proxy is throwing an exception while validating the same.

    check the payload and see if you are sending the correct value/formate for date fields.

    You can even debug the proxy by taking the payload from MONI and see which field it is..

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  • Posted on Mar 25, 2015 at 02:44 PM

    Hi Rajendar,

    In which format you are sending the date, I suppose its YYYY-MM-DD. I see you are using 'xsd;string' for the Date data type and that should not be an issue. It needs to be converted at the Proxy side by ABAP team.

    You can try with 'xsd:date' data type in PI and Re generate the Proxy at SPROXY transaction.



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