We have an XI interface to create sales orders. Legacy app sends a soap message async to XI with a group of orders. XI sends this group of orders to an Abap proxy async on ECC side. Into this Abap proxy we have a loop to process each order received in the group with BAPI_SALESORDER_CREATEFROMDAT2. Ending the loop, abap proxy start another async process to send the response to XI with an outbound abap proxy, and the response is redirected by XI to Legacy app.
The problem is, this group of orders can have two or two thousand orders... so, the async process guarantee that no timeout limit will be reached. This is working for the whole process. But when this BAPI is creating an order, the time out of BAPIs execution seems to be the same as the timeout of dialog processes (now set to 10 minutes). This is our problem. Some orders spend more than 10 minutes to process (orders with five hundreds items, for example)... when this occurs, BAPI throws a time out reached error and the async process stops on the inbound queue with status sysfail.
We are now trying to understand why this timeout is been triggered by the BAPI. As it is running into an Async process, it should execute without any kind of timeout limits...
If anybody has any idea, please, help us.