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Unable to see imported RFCs in the BPM

Hi,

I want to invoke a BAPI from a BPM, but I am unable to see the BAPI request / response interfaces in the BPM.

I am trying to create Containers and Transformations in the BPM, but I am unable to select the BAPI request / response interfaces.

What do I need to configure to invoke BAPIs from the BPM ? thanks,

-Manish

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    Posted on Oct 04, 2004 at 08:59 AM

    Hi Manish,

    you need to create three things:

    1. An abstract synchronous interface with the same message types as the BAPI

    2. An abstract asynchronous interface with the message type of the BAPI request

    3. An abstract asynchronous interface with the message type of the BAPI response

    From 2 and 3 you derive Container elements and use it for request and response of the synchronous interface.

    Regards

    Stefan Grube

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      Hi Manish,

      for your simple use-case in my opinion it would have been enough to define the three Message Interfaces described by Stefan. As these can directly refer to the request- resp. response message of the imported RFC, I do not think that it is necessary to define any Message Types or Mappings here.

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