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http-xi-RFC multiple BAPIs - commit do not work ?

Hi,

scenario: http-XI-RFC(<b>asynch</b>).

Receiver RFC adapter is configured and checked "<b>commit handling for single BAPI calls</b>" and "send confirm transaction".

BAPI creates the data in R/3 side. <b>Commit works fine if I have only one record and call BAPI once</b>.

Now, I have changed cardinality for source/target in <b>message mapping & interface mapping</b> <b>from 1 to "0 to unbounded"</b>.

I have invoked the scenario with 2 test records in input. I could see the message in MONI as success. But, the records are not created in R/3 table.

Is it right approach ? What happens if one transaction fails, would XI rollback all transactions ?

Does commit work with multiple BAPI calls in single RFC call ? Please suggest.

Do I need to use BPM or ABAP proxy ?

we are on PI 7.0 SPS 9.

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mallik kancharla

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    Posted on Apr 24, 2007 at 02:56 AM

    hi mallik,

    I think, here u have to call the function module BAPI_TRANSACTION_COMMIT to commit.

    Can u try this?

    regards

    sreeni

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    Posted on Apr 24, 2007 at 05:19 AM

    Hi,

    I guess you will have to use BPM in your case.

    If one transaction fails, then the rest would be executed, it will show in monitoring

    Regards,

    Samson Rodrigues.

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