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Capture message ID / IDOC numbers (IDOC-XI-HTTP)

Hi! I am running a IDOC-XI-HTTP scenario and am trying to figure out a way to capture the XI message ID and the IDOC number to which it is linked and send this to back to the source system such that the user can see the data. This is needed to support easy follow up on issues.

Does anyone have experience on how to grab this kind of data at runtime? I know I can output the message as a file to the filesystem but this is not an option.

Any bright ideas would be much appreciated!

Thx, Duncan

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  • Posted on Oct 18, 2006 at 07:18 PM

    Hi,

    Regarding the IDOC number you can find it in the IDOC.

    For Message ID you can check these threads

    retrieving-a-message-id

    Message id in BPM

    Regards,

    Prakash

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    • Hi,

      Without BPM, you can try out like this. Assuming RFC is created to send the data back to SAP. Or even you can use just a ABAP Server Proxy to do the same.

      1) First mapping Idoc to External Party

      2) Message Id to RFC mapping

      Then in the Reciever Determination you need to configure both Recievers to send the data( External Party and SAP system .

      Another option is to use BPM, But it is not required in this case

      Regards,

      Moorthy

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