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Asynchronous/Synchronous bridge with out BPM with SOAP, RFC and JMS

Hi everyone

My requirement is this!

Webservice is sending few fields to SAP PI. SAP PI would send that data to an ECC system. The ECC system would process the message and will send a success/failure return statement to SAP PI. I have to send this to mail ids. If it's success, PO would not do anything. If ECC sends an error message then PO will have to send that error message to mail id.

I am thinking of using Asynchronous/Synchronous bridge with out BPM with SOAP, RFC and JMS adapters. Has anyone worked on similar scenarios? Does this configuration work?

For doing JMS receiver adapter, we need to download drivers into the server. PO single stack 7.4 SP 13 is my system. Any document about which driver I need to install?

I read some threads that RFC adapter throws errors when used in this way. Since we are on a very tight schedule, can't afford to experiment and fail. Is there any other less complex way to achieve this?

Regards

Harish

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  • Posted on Dec 04, 2015 at 10:47 AM

    We have a mail server in the landscape. So can this be done by using Mail adapter?

    SOAP ----> SAP PO ----> SAP ECC -----> Mail adapter

    Does Mail adapter support this function?

    Or should I try JMS adapter? I will have to install drivers and all

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  • Posted on Dec 04, 2015 at 08:11 AM
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