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Integration Scenario ( software Component )

Hello Friends,

I am new to PI, and have to make a PI senario:

Basically I have to provide user with WSDL, he can call this WSDL and in backend system an IDOC will take the values.

So given the user information, I started creating DataTypes ( from xml ) I called it DT_Artical.

Then I created Message Type I give it a name MT_Artical.

Then I imported Idoc from backend and give did the Message - Mapping and also created Interface-Mapping... so far so good.

Now I have following doubths...

By creating Message Interface I got confused what is my inbound and outboud...nevertheless I created following two Message Interface.

MT_Artical_IN ( Inbound interface for Idoc going to backend, RECIEVER Side )

MT_Artical_OUT ( outbound interface for message type MT_Artical Sender Side )

Is that correct ? ( message interface ) ?

Then I went on to create following two actions....

Article_Sen_WS_Msg ( object type Inbound with Message Interface (MT_Artical_IN )

Article_Rev_Idoc_Msg ( object tpye outbout with Message Interface (MT_Artical_OUT)

Now comes the real problem.... :

I tried to create the Integration Scenario ... what I did, when I treid to create the application component and select the product, ( my software component does not apper to this product ) ........... Even though when I look into the SLD I can see that my Software Component is assigned to that particular product ?

I cheked maybe my software componet is not assigend to ( installed systems ) and yes it was not, so I explicity assigned ti to Installed Systsms... even though my newly created software component is not visible ( all remaings are visible ) .......as mentioned in SLD I can though see it under the product ...

Anyidea what I am doing wrong ?

Thanks for your valuable input ...

Regards,

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  • Oct 15, 2009 at 01:25 PM

    Hi Shah,

    You have done everything right upto the creating of message types.

    You do not need to create an inbound interface for the IDOC. YOu can directly use the Imported IDOC in your mapping.

    Creating the outbound interface(for the sender) is still correct.

    Now, you don't really need to create integration scenarios and actions to create a scenario in PI (Unless you are developing some Product kind of a thing).

    Your next steps are to create a message mapping under mapping objects.

    Then create a interface mapping .

    In the ID part, you have to configure your scenario.

    Regards,

    Ravi Kanth Talagana

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