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SAP JRA in Adapter module

We are developing an Adapter module for "File Sender Adapter" and in that we have a requirement to call an RFC. We are trying to use SAP JRA (Java Resource Adapter) for doing this as we do not want to hard code the password in the module by using direct JCO connections.

Using JRA we are able to invoke RFC in our adapter module but the message payload does not go to the next module (Standard module) in the chain. We identified that as soon as we get the connection handle using statement:

Connection connection = connectionfactory.getConnection();

message is not going to next module in the chain. We are also not getting any error or exception anywhere. It is just that the message is not getting processed. Any help or idea would be appreciated.

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    Jun 25, 2007 at 12:25 PM

    James,

    try increasing the JRA connection pool size...we were adviced to do so in response to the OSS raised...you can give it a try...(it dint work in our case anyways 😔 )

    check out my blog on the same...from here..

    /people/amol.joshi2/blog

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Thanks Amol

      Your answers are very helpfull. Once I get the required authorisations, I will try this and post here how it goes.

      James