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Synchronous RFC to SOAP scenario (RFC or XI adapter?)

Hi there,

i have following functional requirement from my customer, SAP is going to send some data (3 fields) to XI and XI has to send them to an appl that will return a status. This status has to be sent back to SAP.

As the appl deals with xml messages, the nonSAP side is going to be integrated via receiver synchronous SOAP CC.

But question is, which of the following is the best integration approach (adapter to use) in the SAP side??

At first i thought sRFC and XI adapters would fit these requirements but i have several doubts:

1)how the RFC is to be implemented to be able to export the data and finally, import the status received from the external appl.???

2)how could we do this with the XI adapter??? Does it support synchronous messages? Is there any step by step guide on the sdn showing ?

Thanks in advance and best regards,

David

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    Jan 15, 2009 at 12:51 PM

    Hi David,

    Your scenario is just simple RFC t <-> SOP .

    As rfc is your sender use Sender RFC adapter with Quality of service BE and as your receiver is soap use Receiver SOAP adapter in Synchronous mode.

    I don't think you actually require XI adapter for your requirment.

    Thanks

    Sunil Singh

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  • May 19, 2015 at 02:53 PM

    Dear Experts,

    my issue has not resolved...

    i have created one interface RFC to Soap synchronous,

    but i am not getting Response back to PI.

    Regards,

    Kiran Polani

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  • May 19, 2015 at 03:10 PM

    Dear,

    Yes,  I have created Service interface as Synchronous.

    Regards,

    Kiran Polani

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    • Hi again,

      Check the communication channel monitoring of your receiver SOAP adapter, may be you have any exception there. Have you got any message error on the monitor (sxi_monitor or RWB monitor)?

      I guess if you create a new thread with your issue more SCN members will answer you, this thread is set as answered and many SCN members don't enter here because they will think the problem is solved.

      Regards.