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Proxy - File Adapter - "Still awaiting acknowledgment"

Hi,

I have a "Proxy -> BPM -> File" scenario and have configured acknowledgment. When the data is sent from proxy and written to file without errors I get the correct acknowledgment back to the R3 system. But when the file can't be written (FTP cant be reached) then I get an error in the BPM step but get an Wait step in R3. "Still awaiting acknowledgment"

sxmb_moni in PI:

Processed successfully@ @Still awaiting acknowledgment @ 04.08.2009 14:47:18 14:47:18 @R3System

Processed successfully@ @Acknowledgment contains system errors @ 04.08.2009 14:47:19 14:47:19 @Integration Process

In SWWL I see this status:

Waiting for event 'SEND_OK_TRANSPORT' of object type 'CL_SWF_XI_MESSAGE'

Maybe it has something to do with the "Guaranteed delivery". It retries 4 times and maybe it is waiting for an retry limit or something. I am not sure.

Any ideas on this one?

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    Posted on Aug 05, 2009 at 08:35 AM

    HI,

    File Adapter tries to connect to FTP 3 times and after that it declare the message as System Error and which in turn should send negative acknowledgement , if BPM is configured properly for Acknowledgement in Send Step ( use Transport Acknowledgement) . And don't forget to define a Deadline branch apart from Exception Handling which will terminate the BPM running on server after limited retries.

    I hope it helps you to some extent.

    Regards,

    Anurag Garg

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    Posted on Aug 05, 2009 at 06:45 AM

    configure exception handling / deadline in BPM and send related error message back as ack.

    Edited by: NetWeaver Expert on Aug 5, 2009 8:47 AM

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