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Hi All,

I Have a Few Doubts Here. Please Clear My Doubts

Q1) Where the Message Mapping will Runs on ????

Q2) Where the Proxies Runs On ???

Q3) What is the Latest CREMAS IDOC ??

Q5) What is BPM ??? In Which Situation We Will use BPM ??? Tel me in General Words

Q6) What is the Purpose of Importing the Metadata of IDOC ??? With Out Importing this Can We do this or Not ???

Q7) What is the Difference Between Logical System And the RFC Destination ???

Q8) How Can We Define Asynchronous RFC in the RFC Destination ??

Please Let me Know All the Doubts

Regards

Vamsi

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  • Posted on Jul 13, 2007 at 05:32 AM

    <b>Q1) Where the Message Mapping will Runs on ????</b>

    Java stack

    <b>Q2) Where the Proxies Runs On ???</b>

    abap stack

    <b>Q3) What is the Latest CREMAS IDOC ??</b>

    CREMAS01,CREMAS02,CREMAS03,CREMAS04,CREMAS05,CREMDM01,CREMDM02,CREMDM03,CREMDM04

    <b>Q5) What is BPM ??? In Which Situation We Will use BPM ??? Tel me in General Words</b>

    for processing complex process. when u want to build a bridge between sync and async commu and vice versa

    <b>Q6) What is the Purpose of Importing the Metadata of IDOC ??? With Out Importing this Can We do this or Not ???</b>

    not mandatroy to improt the meta data. when the idoc is imported into IR and upon activation the meta is cached

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  • Posted on Jul 13, 2007 at 05:33 AM

    <i>Q1) Where the Message Mapping will Runs on ????</i>

    In Java Stack

    <i>

    Q2) Where the Proxies Runs On ???</i>

    In Abap Stack

    <i>Q5) What is BPM ??? In Which Situation We Will use BPM ??? Tel me in General Words</i>

    BPM process is a very useful tool as the name suggest ccBPM when ever you want to model your soultion hitting different systems, Also helps in controling and monitoring complex integration solution process.

    As it uses SAP workflow engine behind it is very effective in building complex soultion.

    some simple scenarios could be

    Wait for more than one input and start your integration process..

    Raising alerts, exceptions and so on...

    BPM is necessary when you re looking at stateful-message

    processing i.e; the state of message is persisted for

    making some decisions or routing etc.

    Some examples:

    Merging of two files into one.

    Splitting of single file and sending to to many receivers

    parallely or sequentially.

    Doing complex business process which involves inserting

    data into some system>getting response>using response

    payload to determine what step needs to be done-->

    determining receiver-->sending message.

    Well such a process will incolve steps like sync send,switch,send etc.

    Sync-Async bridge is one other example of BPM..which

    can't be donw without BPM

    Well, one can give 'n' number of examples...but what u

    got to understand is BPM will involve some process steps

    for manipulating the messages and BPM is also a logical

    sender/receiver like a business service/sytem.

    I would suggest you to do BPM patterns in the basis

    component to get more familiar with BPM

    Cheers...

    Vasu

    <b>** REward POints if found useful **</b>

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    • >>Hi ,

      >>what is sync async bridge here ???

      >>What is the Purpose of this ??

      u have a file adapter for sender and a rfc adapter whose sync response is again stored in a file. here since file adapters support only aysnc and mapping the sync rfc response to another async file u need to have it addressed using bpm. but as for sp19(not sure abt the exact sp version) this is possible without using bpm. it doesnt stop here it is applicable to mappping also. when u want to enable split mapping for idoc (recv) u nede to have bpm and many more as per business req

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      Prabhu S

  • Posted on Jul 13, 2007 at 05:37 AM

    Hi krishna,

    Check out the following link which helps you to answer your second question,

    http://help.sap.com/saphelp_nw04/helpdata/en/48/d5a1fe5f317a4e8e35801ed2c88246/content.htm

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  • Posted on Jul 13, 2007 at 05:37 AM

    <b>Q8) How Can We Define Asynchronous RFC in the RFC Destination ??</b>

    depends on how the rfr is called. tRFC are async

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