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Message Scheduled on Outbound side

Hi,

I am working on scenario file->XI->SAP R/3(Using RFC). I am getting outbound status as "Message Scheduled on Outbound side". Instead of the target (check) flag there is a green flag in the column outbound status. The queue is registered, following messages were processed successfully. QRFC-Monitor is empty.

I tried for all the options which is given in Forum.

Messages for other scenarios are working fine, I mean BPM for other scenario are able to receive the messages from both the side but in my scenario BPM is not able receive the messages.

Please let me know for any possibility.

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    Nov 27, 2006 at 05:51 AM

    Hi,

    Check if there is any dump in SM58 in XI?

    Check if the RFC destination is working find in Sm 59 . Try a test connection and remote log on.

    Check if the R3 system is up and running.

    Regards,

    Bhavesh

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Hi Chirag,

      I have selected message individually and tried to process it but the messages are still in package.

      Your valueable inputs will be appreciated.

      Thanks

      Santosh

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    Nov 27, 2006 at 11:09 AM

    Hi,

    1. Is the receive step in the BPM, configured to start the process?

    Make sure that the receive step has the "start process" check box ticked in its properties.

    2. Also recheck, if the abstract interface mentioned at the receive step represents the message that is expected to be received from the file.

    Regards,

    Smitha.

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Hi,

      Just to recheck:

      Corresponding to your message in the monitor, check the queue name. There would be a queue name followed by a space, and then a number.

      In case you have only the queue name, that means, the BPM is not instantiated.

      Whenever a BPM is not instantiated, the message, remains in the queue. So you should be able to see it in the queue. In case, you cannot find the msg in the queue, it means, the message has been deleted.

      Try retriggering your interface, with a new message.

      In case, you are using correlations in the BPM, make sure, that the message being triggered satisfies this correlation.

      Regards,

      Smitha.

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    Oct 15, 2007 at 01:25 AM

    It seems simply that it's a problem with the Transactional RFC. You would get this for a number of reasons but could be that your SM59 destination is not correct or there was a problem with the Server at the time of posting to R/3.

    Check this via SM58. If you see your transactions in this queue there will be an message in the Status Text and if you have ensured that your SM59 destination are ok then simply execute the entry ...Select the line and select F6 Execute LUW.

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