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Failure To Post IDoc Into R/3

I have a interface scenario that maps a XML file into a SAP IDoc. When the message reaches the Call Adapter stage I get the following error

<SAP:Category>XIAdapter</SAP:Category>

<SAP:Code area="IDOC_ADAPTER">ATTRIBUTE_IDOC_METADATA</SAP:Code>

<SAP:P1>User is locked. Please notify the person responsible</SAP:P1>

<SAP:P2 />

What I do not know is what User ID is XI using to extract the metadata. Does any body know?

If I go to transaction IDX2 and try and manual create the metadata I get the same error message.

Regards,

Simon

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    Posted on Feb 03, 2005 at 06:22 PM

    Hi Simon,

    XIAFUSER is the user for the Adapter Engine (communication between SLD, Integration Server, and Adapter Framework) <i>Refer to the Config Guide</i>

    You could check to see whether this user is locked.

    Regards

    Manish

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  • Posted on Feb 03, 2005 at 09:23 PM

    User can be unlocked Integration Builder Adminsitration.

    Just delete the entries at that point.

    Message was edited by: Bhaskar Ghandikota

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  • Posted on Feb 04, 2005 at 11:09 AM

    Hi Simon,

    Did you check the user defined in the RFC R/3 connection in SM59?

    Cheers,

    Paul

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      I have fixed the problem. SAP XI was using the wrong port (IDX1). I have reduced the number of ports to one per SAP R/3 system.

      Now the metadata is loaded into cache when an IDoc is posted into SAP R/3.

      Thanks fot your answers.

      Regards,

      Simon

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