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SXMB_MONI display

Hi

I am trying out calling an RFC from a file adapter and http adapter.

1. Calling an RFC using File Adapter

QOS: BE

Result: In the SXMB_MONI all the stepas are preceded

with circle icon (meaning log version). Call adapter is the last step. In this scenario what happens to the response from RFC (i know that RFC is not capable of waiting for a response. I would like to know what happens to the Response).

QOS: EO

SXMB_MONI shows the response. But the pay load of the response if not actually the response. Instead it show the result of the request payload mapping.

I am wondering in this what happens to the response.

2. calling RFC using HTTP

QOS: BE

I am getting the response back. But the SXMB_MONI is hsowing the log version of the steps with no response step.

QOS: EO

Same as calling RFC using file adapter.

Could anyone clarify this behaviour.

Thanks in Advance

Sreekanth Babu

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  • Posted on Dec 20, 2004 at 10:09 AM

    When you send messages with EO, that means you have an asynchronous message, so no response will be taken from the receiving system.

    When you send messages with BE, that means you have a synchronous message. But the file adapter cannot deal with the response, so the response is lost. Only SOAP-, RFC and Plain HTTP adapter can work with the response of a synchronous call.

    Regards

    Stefan

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