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EOIO (File 2 IDOC scenarion) in 4.6c system

Hello Experts,

My client wants to process Exactly once in order message processing in SAP 4.6c system (inbound side)(File 2 idoc ).

I have read from some of the forum threads saying that, to implement this solution using PI, SAP system version WAS should be minimum 6.40.

Can you provide me your inputs for implementing EOIO message processing (File to IDOC ) scenario in 4.6c with / without using PI

Thanks

Sai

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  • Posted on Jul 22, 2011 at 06:57 AM

    hi ,

    first thing...

    Whenever we set the sender communication channel as FTP/NFS and Quality of Service as Exctactly Once in Order , have to check quality of servive

    Sometimes, the status of the messages in the message monitoring of the adapter framework is Holding status.

    To clear the holding status messages from Adapter engine level

    If messages are stuck then you can see HOLD and NDLV status.

    HOLDīƒ reprasents holding the messages in adapter engine in EOIO queue.

    NDLVīƒ reprasents the messages not delivered to Integration Server.

    To clear these messages click on the message key number.

    use this url and clear the eoio messages....

    http://hostname:port/MessagingSystem

    regards,

    kesava.

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    Posted on Jul 22, 2011 at 06:37 AM

    Hi ,

    You can check QUEUE processing check box in receiver IDOC adapter.

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