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Synchronous BAPI calls to R/3 from XI

We are trying to execute a BAPI call in R/3 via XI. Here are the details:

Backend - R/3 IDES 4.6C


XI 2.0

XI adapter - RFC adapter

The RFC adapter is configured and executing the BAPI call successfully and returning the correct data. However, XI is not processing the results and sending it back to the source which made the synchronous request.

My questions are as follows:

1. Anyone here actually executed a synchronous BAPI using RFC adapter?

2. If so, what is it that we need to do to send the XML message back to source?

BTW, I have tried another BAPI and same result.

Many thanks in advance.


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    Posted on Nov 03, 2003 at 11:46 AM

    Hello Reinhard,

    you have to make sure that the system sending the initial request message to XI provides the correct QualityOfService. In your case the parameter has to be set to "BE" (Best Effort).

    Best regards


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    • Former Member Jose Velasco

      HI Reinhard,

      I am stuck with the same problem, not able to get the message back from the RFC adapter. I am making a synchronous call to BAPI using RFC adapter. BAPI is getting the call and doing the transactions but not giving any response back. I have done the response mapping correctly and set the QOS to BE , but still no response. What may be the possible mistake I am making ? I have RFC adapter running with XMBinbound & XMBOutbond configured .



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