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SAP PO - RequestResponseBean on SOAP Adapter

Hi Experts,

We are in the process of migrating our current SAP PI 7.1 (no Enhancement Packs) system into a SAP PO 7.5 (Java only) using the side-by-side approach.

While in the migration, We are exploring the Async-Sync bridge option in the SOAP receiver channel to covert few Synchronous interfaces. I have seen few posts related to this Async-Sync bridge explaining how to implement. It looks good and promising. Could someone explain your experience with this technology any issues, reliability, Any load issues ?

FYI.

In the current SAP PI 7.1 we have built an Async-Sync bridge on ccBPM to handle these Sync interfaces and they are working fine in the production environment without any issues. So, in the new SAP PO 7.5 (java only) we are planning to use this Sync-Async bridge option on the SOAP adapter rather using BPM.

Thanks In Advance.

Cheers,

Chaminda

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  • May 08 at 07:43 AM

    Hello Chaminda,

    Sync-async bridge without BPM is possible, for the details, please check the following blog:

    https://wiki.scn.sap.com/wiki/display/XI/Step+by+step+guide+on+Sync+Async+Bridge+without+BPM

    https://blogs.sap.com/2014/01/28/generic-pi-async-sync-bridge-configuration-for-any-adapters/

    Best Regards,

    Liz

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    • Hello Chaminda,

      We have many customers using Async-Sync bridge in production environment, the performance should be different in different customer systems. Definitely, it will take longer time than the common async messages, but no much affect on the performance. We don't have known issues on the performance for A-S bridge. If you face any problems, we need investigate it further via detailed thread dumps and etc.

      Best Regards,

      Liz