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use PI as "Application System" instaed of "Integration Server"

All,

i have quite complicated scenario in which:

message is sent ECC > XI, this mesage triggered number of sub-interfaces XI >OraDB (via jdbc), each sub-interface activate DB stored procedure (which returns large data volumes). all returned data should be "re-packed" into IDocs which are submitted back to ECC.

I tried to encapsulate all "sub-interfaces" in a simple ECC->XI proxy interface generated coed, and implement the DB calls as XI >DB (Proxy2JDBC) interfaces. in order to enable these interfaces (for which the start point is XI) i had to change the XI (at sxmb_adm and SLD) to "Application System" instead of "Integration Server". at this point i re-tested my proxy interfaces ECC >XI and they were not working?

how can this be done?

any other possible solutions to the above scenario?

Regards'

uri

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    Apr 13, 2011 at 09:27 AM

    Hi,

    Please correct me if I am wrong, but as per my understanding your requirement is ECC (proxy) --> XI --> JDBC (Stored Procedure) --> XI --> ECC (IDOCs). The data coming from ECC (through proxy) will be sent to database (Using Stored procedure) and then the responce data from database will be sent back to ECC via IDOcs, correct?

    If this is the case, you can use BPM for this scenario.

    If not, please explain more about you requirement.

    -Supriya.

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  • May 17, 2011 at 11:41 AM

    All,

    > i had to change the XI (at sxmb_adm and SLD) to "Application System" instead of "Integration Server". at this point i re-tested my proxy interfaces ECC-->XI and they were not working?

    >

    > how can this be done?

    > any other possible solutions to the above scenario?

    >

    > Regards'

    >

    > uri

    Does your sys. Admin is aware of what you are trying to do?

    You better not....

    Don't let your customer define the interface to you.

    You are not just a SAP PI developer.

    You should be looking at the whole business process and

    tell the customer what is the best way to implement the interface.

    And so, I believe this integration dilemma can be simplified.

    Good luck.

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