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Add-on for CRM to allow XI 3.0 ABAP Proxy communication

Hi,

Is anyone aware of an add-on for CRM to allow XI 3.0 ABAP Proxy communication. The Web AS for CRM is only version 6.20 but I heard a rumour that you can get a SAP Add-on for CRM upgrade the kernal to version 6.40 ?

I have trawled the OSS notes but to no avail ?

Can anyone help ?

Kind regards

Colin 😊

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    Posted on Nov 19, 2004 at 09:59 AM

    Hi,

    6.20 has transaction SPROXY and it works, the only thing you have to be aware of is that in XI you have to tell it that your interface is based on Proxy 6.20 or 2.0 in the configuration part of you Proxy call.

    We using that at the moment with no problem as R/3 Enterprise is also only 6.20 and our XI 3.0 is 6.40.

    You cannot generate proxies in 6.20 which uses external interfaces defintions like XSDs.

    Call transaction SPROXY in your CRM system and if your admiin has configured the CRM system correct (SLD etc.) then the interfaces should show up.

    I hope this helps.

    Stefan

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      Hi Stefan,

      you just used the words: "if your admin has configured the CRM system correct"... That's exactly my problem.

      Do you have some kind of Step-by-Step description of what has to be conducted to get the connection between the Proxy Framwork in EBP/CRM 4.0 to XI running. I'm still encountering problems on that and I didn't find helpful information so far.

      Any help would be appreciated very much!

      Sven Lattermann

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    Posted on Nov 19, 2004 at 12:24 PM

    Hi,

    SAP told us to install the XI 2.0 Add-On that contains the ABAP-Proxy-Runtime. We are just doing this according to OSS #439915.

    Hope this helps.

    Regards,

    Marc

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