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Jul 26, 2017 at 04:50 AM

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Former Member

Hi,

I am using rfc lookup and my sap po version is 7.5(single stack) Please tell me what are the connections required in sap po system and sap s4 system.

Thanks.

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Raghuraman S Jul 26, 2017 at 07:51 AM
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Check the below document

https://archive.sap.com/documents/docs/DOC-3805

You need to import the RFC and then configure RFC channel to fetch the details.
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i have seen this document but this not having any details about connections.

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You need to maintain the channel with RFC parameters like application server and all.

that should help,below link has some details.

http://www.riyaz.net/sap/understanding-the-rfc-adapter/42/

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Raghuraman S

Hi raghuram,

I am requesting step by step process in SAP PO in SAP S4 System.

Please confirm whether these are steps are required or not?

1.Create a destination of type rfc in SAP PO nwa

2.jco connection in this give above created destination.

3.inbound RA

These connections in SAP PO

SAP S4 system

1.SM59 of type t and provide the destination name here and provide server details

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Hello Sai,

As Apu suggested its NWA settings are not required,Please follow those steps.

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Former Member

Roughly, you need to do below -

1) Create one receiver communication channel which will point your S/4 system. No need to create any separate RFC destination in NWA. This will be used for look up.

2) Create your MM and define one parameter of type adapter - import in Signature tab. parameter name should be exactly same as your CC.

Im MM define RFC look up from Conversion tab, select your CC, select RFC, define input parameter and output parameter.

3) In OM, define parameter and bind it.

4) In ICO - receiver interface the declared parameter should occur automatically.

Hope this will clarify your doubts.

Thanks,

Apu

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