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SAP to MAIL :: Getting Dump due to no response

Hi

I am working on the following scenario

<b>SAP R/3 ( BAPI ) ---> RFC Adapter ---> XI ( XSLT Mapping ) ---> Mail Adapter ---> Mail Server</b>

I am able to transport the data of BAPI to mail server & mails are coming in right format . But the problem is this that BAPI is expecting a response back & giving the dump ( ABAPer is not hapy with this ). Even when i am using outbound message interface of ASYNC mode.

Any way that I can avoid this by doing something on BAPI or in XI configuration.

I know one way is to use BPM & send some constant response back to BAPI. But I am just looking if this can be done without using BPM.

Pls. Suggest.

Regards

- Lalit -

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    Posted on Oct 26, 2006 at 01:07 AM

    Hi,

    Is BAPI has repsonse structure ? If so it will look for response. But you can try out with calling RFC with Background etc,,

    useful link-

    http://help.sap.com/saphelp_nw2004s/helpdata/en/f9/3f69fd11a80b4e93a5c9230bafc767/content.htm

    Regards,

    Moorthy

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  • Posted on Oct 26, 2006 at 02:34 AM

    Lalit,

    You need to call the BAPI in the R3 system in an Asynch Mode. MAke the change such that the BAPI is called in an Asynch Mode in the R3 and it will work fine.

    Regards,

    Bhavesh

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    Posted on Oct 26, 2006 at 02:41 AM

    Hey

    I solved the issue by using the Mail Receipt message from Mail XSD & map it with the message field of response.

    But I suggest ABAPer to check out the background execution as it can be used if the Rec. Business System is Legacy System & using Rec. File Adapter.

    Thanks for ur reply

    - Lalit -

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