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Doubt about RFC Destination in FILE to IDOC Async scenario

hi

In FILE-XI-IDOC Async Scenario we are creating RFC Destination in R/3 and XI.

For Asyn we don't want response But We are Creating RFC Destination in R/3 also.

Any specific reason.

Thanks in advance.

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    Jun 29, 2007 at 03:07 AM

    We need not create a RFC destination on R3 for a File to idoc.

    Just create a RFC destination on XI.

    You create partner profile on R3

    Regards

    Bhavesh

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  • Jun 29, 2007 at 03:09 AM

    Chiru,

    In genreal,the reason for creating RFC destination is to establish the communication btw XI & R/3 . There is nothing related to the processing either synch/asynch.

    Best regards,

    raj.

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    Jun 29, 2007 at 03:24 AM

    First you need to have a clear understading of how the idoc adapters works.

    In xi we create rfc destination and specify that in the port maintenance on the idoc adapter so that we can establish a connection to the sender / receiver system which contains the IDOC METADATA (IDX2) that is required by the idoc adapter to convert the native idoc into idoc xml format.

    In R/3 as sender we create rfc destination so that when the idoc has to be transported to the xi system first it will be sent to trfc port that rfc desination that u define the trfc port contains that the target system address(IP) and logon parameters req.So idoc can be sent to the desired destination.

    In R/3 as a receiver to facilitate communication we define rfc dest, partner profile and specify the inbound parameters so that idoc can be posted.

    Hope this answers your ques.

    cheers

    *Raj*

    *POINTS IF SATISFIED WITH ANSWER.

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