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No receiver found

Hello,

as Tom XU, sometimes i have problem with interfaces (send RFM into idoc via XI )

here is the error in the monitoring

ROUTING.NO_RECEIVER_CASE_ASYNC

<SAP:Text language="EN">Unable to determine a receiver (processing type: QoS = EO or EOIO)</SAP:Text>

</SAP:ErrorHeader>

Generaly the result is fine with this inferface but sometimes the status is "no receiver found"

i tried to restart the message without result

thanks to help me if possible

Cedric

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  • Posted on Jun 16, 2004 at 04:03 PM

    Hi!!!

    The most common reason for this error is:

    1. an error in configuration of sender adapter/proxy: wrong sender business system or namespace or interface name. Look, all this information you must put manually so be carefull on typos (one wrong or ommited letter and you can spend hours looking what is wrong). Copy (from Repository) and paste procedure is strongly recommended.

    2. an error in Directory (Endpoint Configuration). Be careful to specified the correct host and port!!!

    But if I understood you well, your scenario works fine, but only sometimes something goes wrong, right?

    So in this case, it rather can't be typo in configuration. Are you sure that the adapter on the receiver side is up and running?

    Regards,

    Andrzej Filusz

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      Andrzej,

      Thanks for your informations

      However, this interface is ok 99 times and it bugs one time, so i'm not sure there is a mistake in configuration or design .

      but i will check tomorrow ...

      if you have other ideas...

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    Posted on Jun 17, 2004 at 03:20 AM

    Hi rousseau cedric :

    Could it be possible that your R/3 System is down ?

    PKK.

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