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Receiver IDoc_AAE Channel configuration

Hi Experts,

In receiver IDoc_AAE channel configuration, we have 2 check boxes:

-Packaging Required

-Queue Processing

I was not able find any help in any blogs. I want to understand the usage of above check boxes.

Any help would be appreciated.



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    Aug 26, 2015 at 07:04 AM

    Hi Ajit,

    My few cents:

    >>>Packaging Required

    1. If you want to compile multiple IDoc XML of the same message type/IDoc type/CIM type into one IDoc, in the Outbound Message Settings section, select Packaging Required and enter the Package Size to specify the maximum number of IDoc XMLs to be put into an IDoc. It is also possible to specify the packaging timeout and packaging memory size in the channel configuration via the properties Package Wait Time (milliseconds) and Package Memory (bytes). See SAP Note 1973427 Information published on SAP site.

    Refer: Configuring Communication Channel for a Receiver IDoc Adapter (AAE) - Advanced Adapter Engine - SAP Library

    >>>Queue Processing --> Applicable in case of EOIO messages

    If function module IDOC_INBOUND_IN_QUEUEis to be used, choose Queue Processing.

    The function module is used for IDocs that are serialized by queues (quality of service is EOIO). This module is only available in AS 6.40 and higher.

    If it is not available, the function module IDOC_INBOUND_ASYNCHRONOUS is called.

    The indicator only takes effect in SAP systems Releases 4.0 and higher.

    Calls for the queue processing function module are placed in the qRFC queue.

    Refer: Configuring the Receiver IDoc Adapter - Configuring the IDoc Adapter - SAP Library

    Hope it helps


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    • Former Member Former Member

      Hello Ajit

      --> Try creating RFC_USER as communication user and do configure.

      --> Hence you receiving the IDoc from WS on ms based, so you can do IDoc packaging in ID config.

      --> EOIO will process one file once and second file next and so on. Its like FIFO. So if any file gets failed, upcoming files in same queue goes to waiting state and you need to release the first file and process further.



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