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Additional parameters for Adapters in XI 3.0

In the online doc for adapters in XI 3.0, it refers to SAP Notes under the section for Additional parameters. Has anyone found these Notes?

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    Posted on Feb 02, 2005 at 09:59 PM

    hi,

    Please refer to note 793922 which refers to Additional module parameters.

    In my case I wanted to set additional parameters for File Receiver adapter.

    hope this helps,

    sachin.

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      hi experts,

      Can anyone let me know what additional parameters can be set for FTP/File receiver adapter. The documentation mentions one must refer some SAP Note but I could not find anything other than 793922 and that note is also not adequate.

      Thanks in advance for your suggestions,

      sachin.

  • Posted on Feb 08, 2005 at 08:52 AM

    Following notes exist:

    File/Ftp-Adapter: 801926 (no additional parameters so far)

    JDBC-Adapter: 801367

    Regards

    Stefan

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    • Here is the text of the note:

      Symptom

      In the File Adapter documentation it is stated that parameter settings

      for the parameter table in the "advanced mode" section of the

      configuration are documented via OSS note.

      Other terms

      J2EE XI 3.0 30 Adapter Engine File Adapter

      Reason and Prerequisites

      You are looking for additional parameter settings. There are two possible reasons why a feature is available via the "additional parameters" table in the "advanced mode" section of the configuration, but not as documented parameter in the configuration UI itself:

      Category 1: The parameter has been introduced for a patch or a SP upgrade where no UI upgrade and/or documentation upgrade was possible. In this case, the parameter will be moved to the UI and the documentation as soon as possible. The parameter in the "additional parameters" table will be deprecated after this move, but still be working. The parameter belongs to the supported adapter functionality and can be used in all, also productive, scenarios.

      Category 2. The parameter has been introduced for testing purposes, proof-of-concept scenarios, as workaround or as pre-released functionality. In this case, the parameter may or may not be moved to the UI and documentation, and the functionality may be changed, replaced or removed. For this parameter category there is no guaranteed support and usage in productive scenarios is not supported.

      When you want to use a parameter documented here, be aware to which category it belongs!

      Solution

      The following list shows all available parameters of category 1 or 2. Please remark:

      Parameter names are always case-sensitive! Parameter values may be case-sensitive, this is documented for each parameter.

      Parameter names and values as documented below must be used always without quotaton marks ("), if not explicitly stated otherwise.

      The default value of a parameter is always chosen that it does not change the standard functionality

      File Sender Adapter parameters

      = No parameters available up to and including SP10 =

      File Receiver Adapter parameters

      = No parameters available up to and including SP10 =

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