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Proxy Error: Couldn't retrieve inbound binding for standard ES Content

Proxy Error: Couldn't retrieve inbound binding for standard ES Content

Hi experts,

https://archive.sap.com/discussions/thread/3382346

We have an issue similar to mentioned in the above link , with a generated proxy from standard ES content of an SAP Ariba SLP <-> SAP MDG integration scenario. The scenario is: proxy outbound (SAP MDG) -> PI -> proxy inbound (SAP Ariba SLP). Since it is standard ES content, all proxies have been generated automatically based on the ESR content. All proxies in both systems have status green. Now, if a message is triggered from SAP MDG system for Service Interface BusinessPartnerSUITEBulkReplicateRequest_Out" (by using the respective MDG DRFOUT transaction), the message fails with the following error: Error while receiving by HTTP (error code: Configuration error on Adapter-Framework(AFW)-Server, error text: com.sap.aii.af.service.cpa.CPAObjectNotFoundException: Couldn't retrieve inbound binding for the given P/S/A values: FP=;TP=;FS=SADCLNT200;TS=BS_SLP;AN=BusinessPartnerSUITEBulkReplicateRequest_Out;ANS= http://sap.com/xi/SAP_BS_FND/MDG/Global2;) Please check configuration for SOAP/XI sender agreement , however the configuration is there. All communication channels are working. When I manually test the outbound proxy mentioned above in the MDG/S4 system (with the proxy test tool), the message goes through via PI to SAP Ariba system. Even when I paste the payload of the crashed message (with above mentioned error) in the proxy test tool the message goes through. According to the SAP Ariba SLP Master Guides, there need to be some SOAMANAGER settings to enable the MDG system to send data to PI or directly to SAP Ariba (depends on the targeted integration).

Does anybody have an idea what the issue could be?

Thanks

Varun

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