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How to fetch all all records from SUCCESSFACTORS SOAP (SFAPI) using the SFSF Adapte in HCI

Jul 03, 2017 at 06:58 AM

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Hi All,

How to fetch all the records (from Compound Employee) by using the SFSF adapter in SAP HCI.

Problem :- By doing get operation without any filter in the sfsf adapter makes the scenario unresponsive .

Thanks in advance,

Vijay

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Sriprasad Shivaram Bhat Jul 03, 2017 at 07:27 AM
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Hello Vijay,

Need some more information.Where or in which step you are facing unresponsiveness then we might try to give very nearer solution.:)

Usually compound employees returns data of all SF portlets ( depends on what you have selected like personal info ,job information ) and from adapter perspective it has no limitation pulling the data whether its 1 record or 20 K record( it might take more processing time in case of more Employee data in SF ) .You might feel unresponsiveness or I can say some slowness when you want see those data or download it ( from DataStore or as attachment from Message Monitoring ) from Eclipse tooling or WEBUI perspective.

Regards,

Sriprasad Shivaram Bhat

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Hi Sriprasad,

Thanks for answering.

1) Sender channel is SFSF soap adapter (i am fetching the personal Info ,Recurring compensation and few more records). I have no filter applied in the channel. when i deploy it is becomes unresponsive.

So to avoid how can i proceed.

Regards,

Vijay

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Hello Vijay,

I dont think its an issue from SAP CPI ( SAP HCI ) perspective it might be due to your Hardware issue.

If you are deploying from Eclipse then you have to check your Laptop specification.Also there are chances unresponsiveness or Timeout Exception if you are having huge Ifows with 15-20 Local Integration Process or lot of transformation steps.

If you can share your Iflow Snapshot and how many employees you are trying to pull from SF it would be great.

Regards,

Sriprasad Shivaram Bhat

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