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RFC Lookup error cache in PI 7.1

Hi Experts,

I´m getting mapping error when executing interface SOAP -> WS (SAP ECC) . The message mapping call RFC Lookup to SAP ECC. When test the message mapping in Integration Builder the interface calls communication channel by RFC Lookup and works fine.

That interface was imported from QAS environment and was working fine, but in PRD it doesn´t works. I checked the Interface Determination and the parameter is filled correctly with communication channel. The same communication channel was used on message mapping test. The Interface Determination in SXI_CACHE has no value assigned to parameter in PRD environment, otherwise, the same interface determination in SXI_CACHE in QAS environment there is value (CC ID).

The problem persists after Cache Refresh in SXI_CACHE and CPA Cache.

Can anyone help me ?

Thanks in advance,

Regis Ferrato

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    Posted on Sep 03, 2009 at 03:04 PM

    Hi Regis,

    You said you are uisng the same communication channel, but how about the business system? Are you using the same or a different one. Please check that also, because if it is changed then in your mapping it should point to the one which is in production.



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