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XI and Credit Management in FSCM 6.0


We have ERP2005 with FSCM and want to use the Credit Commitment interface ( ) to pass FI-AR data to SAP Credit Management via XI. The sender is the FI-AR system and the receiver is the SAP Credit Management system Both FI-AR and FSCM are on the same ERP2005 system and XI is on a seperate system.

I have downloaded the XI content for the the intefaces CreditCommitmentNotification_Out and CreditCommitmentNotification_In and set up the configurartion so messages come out of ERP and the determined receiver is the same ERP system but my problem is with the receiver communication channel. The SAP help link referenced above says I should be using the communication channel XIChannel. Can someone help me and tell me what type of communication channel this is and what I have to do set it up please.

Thanks in advance for your help.


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    Posted on Jul 09, 2008 at 07:53 PM

    Hi Peter,

    You should use a receiver comm channel type XI as the receiver.

    You don`t need a sender comm Channel, because the integration engine is being used directly. Then you have to create all the configuration objects, Receiver agreement, Interface determination and Receiver determination.

    In the integration engine configuration, you can add one category, Sync messages logging. Category: RUNTIME, Parameters: LOGGIN_SYNC, Value: 1

    Hope it helps, Reward points if helps...


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      Hi Peter,

      We are using SAP PO. We have downloaded the XI content and we are not able to find any mapping between CreditWorthinessQuery_Out and CreditWorthinessQuery_In.

      Can you please advise on the steps which should be undertaken for making the interface work?


      Bhavik Shah

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