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How to configure a sync JDBC / RFC scenario without using BPM

Hi

I use a sync outbound Message Interface and a sync inbound Message Interface to call a SAP BAPI.

Scenario

RD: DBSYSTEM | MI

ID: DBSYSTEM | MI | SAPSYSTEM

SA: DBSYSTEM | MI

RA: DBSYSTEM | SAPSYSTEM | BAPI

I can see Response and Request Message in SXMB_MONI with status: successful.

The Response message looks well; only the update of my DB does not work.

I use a JDBC Sender “best effort”.

The message comes to XI and uses my sync Interface Mapping

(Source: JDBC Request / Response à Target RFC Request / Response)

Maybe I need a further entry in my Configuration for the Response Way? (JDBC Receiver?????)

Thanks in advance

Daniel

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    Jan 22, 2008 at 05:17 PM

    Hi,

    There will be problem to the response from the JDBC Sender.

    You can not use JDBC Sender as synchornus without BPM.

    Thanks

    Swarup

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    Jun 19, 2008 at 01:52 PM

    Hi again,

    i have to reopen the question beacause the customer will have the RFC response also without using sync sender inerface 😉

    History:

    We have a JDBC to RFC scenario.

    To update the DB we need the RFC response.

    Currently (SAP XI 3.1) the RFC communication channel needs a u201Csyncu201D communication to create the response.

    We know three solutions to handle such a scenario but they are not that what the customer architect like.

    Using BP

    Easy to create (developer side) good for monitoring but bad on performance side.

    We have too many messages per hour so the big XI server got performance problems.

    SAP sales slides point to XI version 7.1 that will solve the performance problem.

    Is this really given?

    Using JDBC communication channel with sync mode.

    Also nice to develop and good for monitoring and support.

    Problem: If SAP will not send a Response the whole interface is blocked and no new messages can be transferred.

    Using RFC Lookup

    This is well for the XI performance but for developers and monitoring it is not really up to date (told us the architect) as he checked the graphical mapping (many concats, fix XML-Tags u2026. N:1 field mapping..).

    He said this is harrowing and not state of the art. (Maybe he is right 😉

    Is there a better way to develop a not u201Csyncu201D connection?

    Kind regards

    Daniel

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