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1)IDOC adapter is in abap stack and RFC adapter is in J2EE stack what is

1)IDOC adapter is in abap stack and RFC adapter is in J2EE stack what is

the difference? generaly idoc and rfc are related to sap

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    Oct 31, 2007 at 12:12 PM

    Idoc adapter reside in ABAP stack....so it is u can say default adapter.

    but RFC run as a Service in the J2EE engine AF..that is why it reside in the Java stack:) and we have to create the communication channel for both Sender and Receiver.

    Thanks

    Farooq.

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    Oct 31, 2007 at 12:20 PM

    IDOC travels using the Trfc's ports .We configure these ports on R/3 which is pointing to XI ( partner Profile) and we configure the IDOC reciver CC which is again using the Port in XI to exit and enter into the receving SAP machine.

    IDOC is the intermediate between SAP Systems so IS is also on the ABAP stack they communincate using the trfc Port.

    RFC adpater is in JAVA stack may be due to XI RFC communication beased on JConnector, which is java implementation. So in simple word....RFC messages go to IE via adapter engine.....

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