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Data not populating in R/3 via RFC adapter?

Hi,

I am trying to insert data into SAP R/3 system by reading a xml file from FTP server via XI File Adapter and passing to R/3 via RFC Adapter.

I have created to two business services without party one representing FTP server 'FILE_BS' and other representing R/3 i.e 'S57'. The xml file is successfully picked from the FTP server, but the data in not populated in R/3.

What could be the possible reason?

The adapter monitor displays following messages:

File Adapter- Sender Adapter v1112 for Party '', Service 'FILE_BS':

Configured at 06:12:20 2005-02-10

Up and running: Last message processing started 06:12:22 2005-02-10

RFC Adapter: Receiver channel 'Receiver' for party '', service 'S57' (internal name 'RfcClient[Receiver]')

Client data: {jco.client.lang=en, jco.client.snc_mode=0, jco.client.client=800, jco.client.passwd=******, jco.webas.ignore_jdsr_error=1, jco.client.user=1234tk, jco.client.sysnr=00, jco.client.ashost=122.176.114.11}

Repository data: {jco.client.lang=en, jco.client.snc_mode=0, jco.client.client=800, jco.client.passwd=******, jco.webas.ignore_jdsr_error=1, jco.client.user=1234tk, jco.client.sysnr=00, jco.client.ashost=122.176.114.11}

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    Posted on Feb 10, 2005 at 08:44 AM

    Hi Yogesh,

    Presuming your rfc adapter configuration is correct, as you can check that in adapterframework.

    some key points for debugging.

    1. Does the user has the access to execute RFC in said client.

    2. Is your external breakpoint reaches the RFC.

    3. things would be more clear if you can send the log, where exactly its failing.

    Regards,

    satish

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