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Error from BPE Adapter using in Async Sync scenario

Hi,

I'm trying to use a Asyn Sync pattern with BPM:

1)File adapter get a file from AS400, split it several XML messages and send to XI(Async)

2)XI get each message and forward to BPM using XI adapter

3)BPM has to send the message to R/3 via BAPI (Sync)

4)R/3 reply the result message to BPM(Sync)

5)BPM has to send the result message to e-mail system if an error had occurred in BAPI call (Async)

When I send directly from File adapter to R/3 works like a charm, but when I want use the BPM, a soap header error says to me, that cannot identify a data type that I’m using in the message sent by File adapter.

The error that I'm getting is BPE Adapter UNKNOWN_MESSAGE in soap header.

Regards,

Eduardo

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    Posted on Dec 10, 2004 at 11:55 AM

    Hi Eduardo,

    Did you manage to resolve your problem.

    I am also getting this same error message when using the BPM. However, I have found that the return code from the relevent Business Process in the XI Runtime Cache is 99 rather than 0, which may be the cause of the error message.

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      I got the same problem after installing new patches.

      This is what I had to do:

      Go to SXI_CACHE

      - Choose Business Processes

      - select your Buisness Process

      If your buisness process has Return Code 99

      - Click "Repeate Activate" button

      - On the next screen, click Activate again.

      This worked for me. Good Luck!

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    Posted on Dec 15, 2004 at 02:53 PM

    Thank you!

    It`s worked to me also...

    Best regards,

    Eduardo.

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