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RFC Processing time out

hello everybody,

is there a way to configure the timeout limit for processing RFC's receivers???? cause I'm getting a timeout error for some interfaces where the time processing is really long and is business requirement to do this synchronously, thanks in advance.

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Julio Cesar

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    Posted on Dec 02, 2007 at 05:06 AM

    Hi Julio,

    Yes you can specify timeout for RFC Adapters.

    Note" target="_blank">https://service.sap.com/sap/support/notes/730870">Note 730870 - FAQ XI 3.0/ PI 7.0/ PI 7.1 RFC Adapter

    You need to check question no 14. That would solve your purpose.

    Incase you do not have access to SAP Marketplace let us know.

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    Sumit

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    Posted on Dec 02, 2007 at 10:48 PM

    Julio,

    I had a similar issue some time back and used the following three parameters

    1. Visual Administrator

    SAP XI Adapter: RFC parameter <b>syncMessageDeliveryTimeoutMsec</b>

    This parameter is explained in SAP Note 730870 Q14 and SAP Note 791379

    2. Alert Configuration

    SA_COMM parameter <b> CHECK_FOR_ASYNC_RESPONSE_TIMEOUT</b>

    This parameter specifies the maximum time in seconds that can pass between the arrival of the synchronous request message on the Integration Server and the asynchronous response message. If this time period is exceeded, a system error is returned to the caller.

    3. Integration Process <b>TimeoutControlStep</b>

    My design is such that timeout parameter 3 which is set in the Integration Process will be triggered first. This will give me control to handle the timeout via an SMTP email prior to either of the other timeouts taking effect

    Regards,

    Mike

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