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HTTP Scenario problem

Hi,

My scenario is HTTP Plain -> XI -> RFC

I am sending an xml message to XI and then update a table in SAP via RFC. My SAP table gets updated but

I am always getting an error in XI:

NO_MAPPINGPROGRAM_FOUND

Unable to determine name of mapping program

I am not using BPM for this call.

Could someone help with this issue

XI 3.0

Thanks

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    Posted on Jan 12, 2005 at 11:19 PM

    Dear Vad- Some questions:

    Which RFC are you calling? How do you get the XML message into the RFC input interface without a Message Mapping/Interface Mapping? Also where do you see this error message? Is it in the SXMB_MONI? thanks james

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    Posted on Jan 12, 2005 at 11:47 PM

    James,

    I am calling an RFC in SAP, I do have the message and interface mapping between xml and RFC input interface

    This error is in SXMB_MONI.

    Thanks

    Vad

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    • Former Member

      Hi Vad,

      I assume you are using a "Business Service" as the sender system. If so , check the "sender" tab in the Business Service, you should see the outbound interface specified in your HTTP client.If not, add it to the sender tab. you specify in the HTTP client.

      Also check for a case sensitive match with the interface name specified in HTTP client and in the Sender tab.

      Also this should match what is specified in the sender interface in your receiver determination.

      check and let know if it helped resolve ur issue.

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