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RFC support EOIO?

Or

RFC Support only BE?.

Or

RFC support BE and EO?.

Which is correct?.

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    Former Member
    Mar 01, 2007 at 01:14 AM

    Ash,

    It supports all the three. Please see this help:

    http://help.sap.com/saphelp_nw04/helpdata/en/0d/5ab43b274a960de10000000a114084/content.htm

    ---Satish

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    Former Member
    Mar 01, 2007 at 01:37 AM

    RFC supports all the three BE,EO,EOIO but no qrfc.

    Adapter Types and Attributes

    Adapter Type

    Transport Protocol

    Message Protocol

    Quality of Service

    Attachments

    Acknowledgments

    Attributes in Message Header

    IDoc

    Sender Adapter:

    ● tRFC

    ● File

    Receiver Adapter:

    ● tRFC

    IDoc-XML

    EO, EOIO with qRFC

    No

    System acknowledgments

    (not at sender)

    System error acknowledgments

    Application acknowledgements

    Application error acknowledgements

    RFC

    RFC

    RFC-XML

    BE, EO, EOIO

    No

    See below

    Sender

    Plain HTTP

    HTTP(S) 1.0

    XI payload in HTTP body

    BE, EO, EOIO

    No

    Receiver

    System acknowledgments

    System error acknowledgments

    Sender

    Receiver

    SAP Business Connector (BC)

    HTTP(S)

    RFC XML with envelope

    IDoc-XML

    BE, EO

    No

    See below

    File/FTP

    ● File system (NFS)

    ● File transfer protocol (RFC 959)

    File transfer protocol using SSL/TLS (RFC 4217)

    · File

    · File with content conversion

    BE, EO, EOIO

    Yes

    (Sender)

    See below

    Sender

    Receiver

    JDBC

    JDBC 2.0

    Sender Adapter:

    JDBC 2.0

    Receiver Adapter:

    ● XML SQL format

    ● Native SQL format

    BE, EO, EOIO

    No

    See below

    JMS

    · SonicMQ JMS Provider

    · WebSphereMQ (non-JMS)

    · Access JMS Provider with JNDI

    · (Read) JMS Provider Administered Objects from File

    · Access JMS Provider Generically

    JMS 1.x

    EO, EOIO

    No

    See below

    Sender

    Receiver

    SOAP

    Sender Adapter:

    ● HTTP

    Receiver Adapter:

    ● HTTP(S)

    ● SMTP(S)

    SOAP 1.1

    BE, EO, EOIO

    Yes

    (sender, receiver)

    See below

    Sender

    Receiver

    Marketplace

    · HTTP(S)

    · JMS Sonic MQ 3.5

    MML

    BE, EO

    Yes

    (sender, receiver)

    See below

    Mail

    Sender Adapter:

    ● IMAP4

    ● POP3

    Receiver Adapter

    ● IMAP4

    ● SMTP

    · IXALL

    · XIPAYLOAD

    BE, EO, EOIO

    Yes, for XIPAYLOAD

    (sender, receiver)

    See below

    Sender

    Receiver

    RNIF20

    · HTTP 1.1

    · HTTPS

    RNIF 2.0

    EO

    No

    See below

    Sender

    Receiver

    (for those replying to two actions)

    RNIF11

    · HTTP 1.1

    · HTTPS

    RNIF 1.1

    EO

    No

    See below

    Sender

    Receiver

    (for those replying to two actions)

    CIDX

    · HTTP 1.1

    · HTTPS

    RNIF 1.1

    EO

    No

    See below

    Sender

    XI

    HTTP(S) 1.0

    · XI 2.0

    · XI 3.0

    BE, EO, EOIO

    Award points if useful.

    No

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