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Idoc Adapter Configuration Issues

Dear Collegues,

I have given up almost all hope on configuring my Idoc adapter as I have an error message that I am not sure of how to fix; I have read just about everything I can get my hands on....any help would be so much appreciated:

Scenario: Demonstrate a simple 'proof of concept' to send MATMAS from R3 ->XI -> R3

Sending system: [R3 4.6b] CL0510

Rec'g system: [R3 4.6b] EL0510

XI system 3.0: NXL220

Current error message in outbound RFC layer of CLO:

No service for system SAPCL0, client 510 in Integration Directory

<u><b>Per the documentation I have done the following:</b></u>

- RFC connections are all complete

- Port and Partner Profiles complete

- ALE model from sender for MATMAS

- IDX1 in nxl for ports

- IDX2 - matmas metadata

- Integration Builder [config]:

*Technical and Biz systems set up

*CL0510 is set up as 'services w/o party' and there is

a generated idoc channel.

*The Adapter Specific Identifier is the CL0510 log

syst.

*Receiver Determination is created w/

idoc_inbound_asychronous as interface; not sure

what "namespace" is so I threw the word Idoc in there

*Interface Determination is created w/ above

parameters except the receiver party and service have

asterisks in them I can't seem to remove

*Sender and Rec'r Agreements set up [again what goes

in that namespace field?]

I think that identifies all of the configuration I have attempted to enter. I have been only able to read documentation and weblogs as XI training won't be happening for me and my collegues until another several weeks.

Thanks so much,

Jennifer Edmondson

Intel Corp, AZ

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    Posted on Feb 17, 2005 at 05:48 AM

    Hi Jennifer,

    for the inbound to XI, e.g. CL0510 you don't have a sender agreement since when you setup up the WE21 trfc Port on CL0510 it points to the XI system as a regular type T SM59 connection. On the connection you can enable the TRACE flag and see in the trace what payload got sent and any errors. I had a problem with that as my user / password to the XI machine was wrong.

    The other part I'm missing from your message is, did you do all the Repository stuff beforehand, e.g. import the IDOCs for each Software Components(defined in the SLD, Tech and Buiz System), then when you use the dropdown in the Directory the Namespaces will default as the urn:sap-com:document:sap:idoc:message. Again once you have done the repository there is no need to write namespaces by hand at all. Do not put an IDOC into a Message Interface, may be into an action if you like to put a scenario into the IR (not necessary).

    On the Receiving IDOC Adapter you will specify all the RFC stuff for the EL0510 system and this one goes into an receiver agreement.

    I'm sending MATMAS from R/3 to XI to File Adapter or SOAP and no issues at all.

    On CLN510 in BD87 does the IDOC has a status of send? Does it look ok?

    I hope this helps. I can make some screenshots of my config if that helps. Send me an e-mail to sressing@gcssr.de.

    Cheers

    Stefan

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