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MM-SUS XI configuration

Hi experts

I am configuring XI MM-SUS and I have a problem, my Idocs goes from R/3 to XI and after tries to go to SRM SUS but some error accur and no log exists, I think the problem is in my Receiver and sender agrements and I don't know what is the receivers and sender agreements I need to create.

Someone could inform what receivers and sender agreements I need to create.

Thanks

Nilson

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    Former Member
    Oct 17, 2008 at 05:23 PM

    > my Idocs goes from R/3 to XI

    For this you don't require any sender CC & hence no sender agreement.

    >and after tries to go to SRM SUS but some error accur and no log exists, I think the problem is in my Receiver and sender agrements and I don't know what is the receivers and sender agreements I need to create.

    > Someone could inform what receivers and sender agreements I need to create.

    You need to create only one receiver agreement in order to receive the IDOC in SRM.

    So all in all what you need is:

    One Receiver Determination

    One Inteface Determination

    One Receiver Agreement

    After sending the IDoc from R/3 you can check for logs in SM58, and in XI use tranaction IDX5 and enter the IDoc number.

    Let me know if you need more help.

    Regards,

    Sarvesh

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    Oct 17, 2008 at 05:39 PM

    Hi Nilson

    Sending IDOC from R3 of your SLD you dont need Sender Agreement.

    1. Receiver Determination

    2. Interface Determination

    3. Receiver Agreement

    Check the logs(SM58) and IDOC (IDX2,IDX5)

    Check for Outbound and Inbound queue (SMQ1, SMQ2)

    Check in SXMB_MONI and RWB if you can see any errors. Let us know that error to solve furthur

    Thanks

    Gaurav

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      Check the RFC destinations connection type H in SM59, there under technical settings tab you can see the Service No. This should be J2EE PORT mentioned as 500xx where xx is J2EE instance number.

      You can find the same by entering the transaction code SLDAPICUST in XI system.

      Regards,

      Sarvesh

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    Former Member
    Oct 18, 2008 at 04:24 AM

    Hi Nelson

    Hope u r using standard SAP Scenarios from SAP Content.

    If so u can activate proxies and go ahead further

    rgds

    sriini

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