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Unable to write RFC Response into File

Hi,

Scenario: File to RFC (synchronous call). Request is picked from File, Routed through XI to SAP R/3 system (an RFC is invoked) and its response is written into another file.

Problem: When we are executing this scenario, the call being synchronous, we are able to get the response (of the RFC that has been invoked), but we are unable to write the response into a file.

Can you suggest us, how we can map the response to a file. What are the configuration objects (Receiver determination, Interface mapping, receiver agreement) , that need to be designed to capture the response.

Regards,

Siva Maranani

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    Posted on Jan 03, 2005 at 10:48 AM

    Hi Siva,

    THis seams to me a scenario like:

    Asynchronous --> synchronous --> asynchronous interfaces.

    This can only be done using a business process which receives the asynchronous file, to call (open the synchronous bridge) the synchronous interface to SAP, and call an asynchronous interface to put the response into a file.

    cheers,

    Paul

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  • Posted on Jan 03, 2005 at 03:24 PM

    Hi Siva,

    an alternative possibility (to the business process) would be, to copy your XI-mandant and configure it in SXBM_ADM / Integration Engine Configuration. The new mandant has to have the role "Application System". Refer an SM59-destination (dest://myConnection) at the field "Corresponding Integ. Server". Use the path prefix: "/sap/xi/engine?type=entry". Now you can generate ABAP-Proxys, receive Messages in inbound-proxys and call outbounds from there.

    Regards Udo

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