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PI MDM Adapter Error - MDM port not found

We are working on an R/3 - PI - MDM scenario using the PI MDM Adapter. We are currently encountering the following errors.

In RWB - Communication Channel Monitoring

MDM Adapter listener could not start due to: Can not create repository session '<server=XXXXXXXX serverUser=Admin repository=Product user=Admin>' caused by: Connection Failed: Cannot create connection to MDM Server 'XXXXXXXX' for one of the following reasons: (1) server does not exist, (2) server is not started, or (3) input/output problem while creating connection, error code: UnknownServer

In RWB - Message Monitoring

2009-09-08 15:31:22 Error Message could not be forwarded permantely to the JCA adapter. Reason: System error: MDM port not found

2009-09-08 15:31:22 Error Message could not be forwarded to the JCA adapter. Reason: Permanent error: Adapter call failed. Reason: com.sap.aii.af.lib.ra.cci.XIAdapterException: System error: MDM port not found

2009-09-08 15:31:22 Error Adapter Framework caught exception: System error: MDM port not found

2009-09-08 15:31:22 Error Delivering the message to the application using connection MDM_http://sap.com/xi/MDMAdapter failed, due to: com.sap.engine.interfaces.messaging.api.exception.MessagingException: com.sap.aii.af.lib.ra.cci.XIAdapterException: System error: MDM port not found.

Is there an issue with our receiver communication channel and the MDM Access Parameters? We are using the Port code and Remote System code provided by the MDM team.

Anyone experience this same issue?

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    Posted on Sep 11, 2009 at 07:54 PM

    We are no longer seeing the MDM Port Not found error, but we are still seeing the UnknownServer error. Looking at RWB Message Monitoring it appears that the message is successfully sent to the MDM server, but nothing is coming into the Ready folder. Any ideas on where the message is going, and why it is not showing up in the Ready folder?

    In RWB - Communication Channel Monitoring

    MDM Adapter listener could not start due to: Can not create repository session '<server=XXXXXXXX serverUser=Admin repository=Product user=Admin>' caused by: Connection Failed: Cannot create connection to MDM Server 'XXXXXXXX' for one of the following reasons: (1) server does not exist, (2) server is not started, or (3) input/output problem while creating connection, error code: UnknownServer

    In RWB - Message Monitoring

    2009-09-11 14:04:15 Information The message was successfully received by the messaging system. Protocol: XI URL: http: //XXXXXXXX/MessagingSystem/receive/AFW/XI Credential (User): PIISUSER

    2009-09-11 14:04:15 Information Using connection MDM_http ://sap.com/xi/MDMAdapter. Trying to put the message into the receive queue.

    2009-09-11 14:04:15 Information Message successfully put into the queue.

    2009-09-11 14:04:15 Information The message was successfully retrieved from the receive queue.

    2009-09-11 14:04:15 Information The message status was set to DLNG.

    2009-09-11 14:04:15 Information Delivering to channel: MDS_TEST_CC

    2009-09-11 14:04:15 Information The message was successfully delivered to the application using connection MDM_http ://sap.com/xi/MDMAdapter.

    2009-09-11 14:04:15 Information The message status was set to DLVD.

    I thought the implementation of the MDM Adapter was suppose to be straightforward and simple 😊

    Edited by: Chris Williar on Sep 11, 2009 9:56 PM

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      Hi Chris,

      You are absolutely correct. You dont need to have automatic at all times. Even you can process manually from the folder.

      Your errror states: MDM Adapter listener could not start due to: Can not create repository session '<server=XXXXXXXX serverUser=Admin repository=Product user=Admin>' caused by: Connection Failed: Cannot create connection to MDM Server 'XXXXXXXX' for one of the following reasons: (1) server does not exist, (2) server is not started, or (3) input/output problem while creating connection, error code: UnknownServer

      There is some problem in connecting to the repository from XI. Probably necessary authorizations might be missing. Just a guess. Best thing would be create a file receiver communication cahnnel and specify the ready path folder in directory and try to write the file to this directory and see. Please ask the basis user to add sapservice<sid> and <sid>adm users to that directory because these are the users at OS level which are tryign to write to that folder.

      Regards,

      ---Satish

  • Posted on Sep 09, 2009 at 06:07 PM

    Chris,

    >Port code and Remote System code provided by the MDM team.

    Check whether any Security Parameters blocks & also verify with the MDA team - Port code

    Cheers

    Agasthuri

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    Posted on Sep 09, 2009 at 06:39 PM

    Hi Chris,

    > The error says: MDM port not found

    Please check with MDM guys once again whether the port they have given has connected in MDM console or not. Also ask them to put to automatic in MDM Console so that as soon as you send it loads automatically.

    Regards,

    ---Satish

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    Posted on Oct 02, 2009 at 04:39 PM

    Our BASIS team installed EHP 1 on both PI and MDM, and then got them both to SP 3. After that, we were able to successfully connect PI and MDM via the PI MDM Adapter and no longer ran into the MDM Port not found errors. I haven't confirmed precisely with the BASIS team, but I believe the bottom line root cause was that PI and MDM were on different SP levels.

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