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parties needed

Hi gurus,

scenario isB2B ecc-pi-pi-ecc. the two pi systems are connected with http adapter at their and plain http adapter our end also.for this scenario can we go for parties and can we do the scenario with out parties.the systems are in two different landscapes.

please help me

Regards,

reddy.

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    Dec 14, 2010 at 04:48 AM

    Hi Vijay,

    thanks for the response,

    if it is B2B scenario and security concerns can we go for party i think so

    if i go for party, i have 42 vendors in sap system and 18 customers are for the vendor for that i have to create 42 parties for the vendors or 36 parties for customers?

    if they send the data with partner profile with LS, are we want to create one party for sender and one party for receiver is it fine to do the scenario.to fetch the invioce data with partner profile LS from webservice with http adapter and post the data into sap system with the invioce idoc with partner profile LS with idoc adapter at receiver.

    please help me .

    Regards,

    reddy

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    • If you want to use HTTP adapter (much I strictly recommend not to use) then you need no parties, but it might be useful for monitoring purpose.

      When you want to use IDoc adapter, the config is tricky. When you want to create the IDoc sender as LS, then you should not use a party as sender, but a (dummy) business system which keeps the logical system for the IDoc.

      When you want to use a party anyway for sending system, then you need a header mapping, you need also a header mapping when you want to create the IDoc sender as anything else than LS (for example type LI or KU)

  • Dec 13, 2010 at 01:25 PM

    you can ideally proceed without a party in this case.

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