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Proxy-XI-JDBC

Hi All,

I want to Do Proxy-JDBC Asysnchronous Scenario.

I have One BAPI With Request & Response Messages in R/3.

<u><b>ABAP Work</b></u>

ABAPer created One Report to Execute this BAPI in R/3,,,by Providing Request & Based on that request he will get the Response Data then he will pass that response Data to XI, to send it to JDBC Receiver.

<u><b>XI Work</b></u>

1) While Creating Data type for Proxy Interface, Should we Create the Data type for Request & Response OR is it enough to Create the Data type for Response alone.

2) How to Cal this Report ( which is Created in R/3 To Execute the BAPI) in Proxy Code.

I Reffered this BLOG

/people/ravikumar.allampallam/blog/2005/03/14/abap-proxies-in-xiclient-proxy

Please provide me Clear Steps to do this Requirement.

Regards

Bopanna

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    Posted on Dec 04, 2007 at 06:27 AM

    --->1) While Creating Data type for Proxy Interface, Should we Create the Data type for Request & Response OR is it enough to Create the Data type for Response alone.

    <b>Response enough</b>

    2) How to Cal this Report ( which is Created in R/3 To Execute the BAPI) in Proxy Code.

    <b>Schedule the report </b>

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      Hi,

      Ok, in R/3 ABAPer will Schedule the Report to Execute the BAPI Daily Once.

      When Ever the BAPI executed the Response data Should send to XI.

      For this Do we need to give the ABAP Report Name in the Entire PROXY Code???

      The ABAP Code given in BLOG to invoke the Proxy is Enough OR Do we need Any thing????

      Regards

      Bopannna

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    Posted on Dec 04, 2007 at 06:34 AM

    -->send it to JDBC Receiver.

    Why don't to split the process into two steps...first execute the RFC/BAPI and store the response data in R3 and then execute a proxy report using the data .....

    Regards,

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      Hi,

      <b>...first execute the RFC/BAPI and store the response data in R3</b>

      Can u be specifi about this step. How to do.

      Where can i Store the Response data in R/3 & In which Format i can Store that

      Regards

      Bopanna

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    Posted on Dec 04, 2007 at 06:44 AM

    -->Ok, in R/3 ABAPer will Schedule the Report to Execute the BAPI Daily Once.

    When Ever the BAPI executed the Response data Should send to XI.

    For this Do we need to give the ABAP Report Name in the Entire PROXY Code???

    <b>--> why do you need ABAP Report .., basically abap report is required to initiate the process and pass the data to proxy interface..nothing else..</b>

    The ABAP Code given in BLOG to invoke the Proxy is Enough OR Do we need Any thing????

    <b>As per the req it can change...the blog only shows how to use ABAP Client Proxy..

    </b>

    Bopanna,

    <b>you can simply go this way..either break the process in two steps like i mentioned above..

    or create a report program which will trigger the RFC and get the response data in the internal table and then pass this data to the proxy interface to initaiate the process</b>

    Regards,

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    Posted on Dec 04, 2007 at 06:46 AM

    --->Can u be specify about this step. How to do.

    Either store permanently in ztable or temporarily in internal table and call proxy interface...

    Regards,

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