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SLD and Program ID

Hi,

what is the dependencies in SLD.Where does it come ?

What is the use of PROGRAM ID in RFC Adapter ?

What is the use record structure sequence in File Adpater ?

why is the metadata(TCODE: IDX2). used in ALE SETTINGS ?

Cheers,

Raghavesh

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    Oct 03, 2007 at 10:30 AM

    Hi

    <b>what is the dependencies in SLD.Where does it come ?</b>

    have a look at this weblog:

    /people/michal.krawczyk2/blog/2005/08/26/xi-are-you-independentfrom-your-dependencies

    refer these threads discuss the same

    In SLD ...On one product how to create the dependencies software components

    Usuage Dependency

    How to configure SC dependencies in SLD (while creating DCs)

    http://help.sap.com/saphelp_nw2004s/helpdata/en/c0/2a6a09e6b9e54aace2adf40260337e/frameset.htm

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    What is the use of PROGRAM ID in RFC Adapter ?</b>

    The program id (case sensitive)is used when you create RFC destination of type tcp Ip for rfc as a sender adapter.

    Here the program id together with gateway service and gatewayhost you have in R/3 like system (in transaction rz70).

    However till such time you have the same mentioned and activated in rfc sender communication chanel...you will not be able to test it .

    Once the rfc sender adapter is created then you can it in transaction smgw.(menu-Goto Logged on Clients).

    Use ...Let's just say you have a report which collects some data ...then you make a rfc enabled f.m. where in the table parameter specify the internal table where you have collected the data.Destination you specify here is the RFC destination you created with the program id.

    <b>why is the metadata(TCODE: IDX2). used in ALE SETTINGS ?</b>

    Transaction: IDX2

    There are a couple of situation where IDX2 can be useful on the XI system.

    1. When we want to test connection between the XI and SAP backend system.

    2. When an IDoc has changed, and the meta data stored in XI needs to be update.

    When an IDoc is sent from the SAP backend system to XI, XI will first check to see if the

    meta data for the IDoc is already in its persistent cache. If not, then XI will use the

    configuration in IDX1 to retrieve the IDoc meta data from the backend system. If the

    meta is already in cache, then it will NOT do so. Therefore, when an IDoc has changed,

    it is necessary to manually update the new meta data on XI, or delete it from the cache, so

    that the latest version can be retrieved. IDX2 is used for this purpose.

    check this link for detail:

    https://www.sdn.sap.com/irj/servlet/prt/portal/prtroot/docs/library/uuid/d19fe210-0d01-0010-4094-a6fba344e098

    for more information please go tru the link below,

    http://help.sap.com/saphelp_nw04/helpdata/en/b9/c5b13bbeb0cb37e10000000a11402f/frameset.htm

    have a look at this thread

    use-of-idx2

    Thanks !!

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