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Handling Adapter Errors

I have a BPM that receives Soap messages sends a synchronous response then sends them to an R3 system. Inside the BPM, around the send step I have a block with an Exception handler to catch any errors that are generated by the call so that I can retry sending the message.

However, when an error occurs, eg the R3 system is taken down for maintenance, I get an XI error which does not get thrown back to the BPM exception handler.

Has anyone else got this to work or have any suggestions?



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  • Posted on Feb 21, 2005 at 10:09 AM

    Check out note 770744.

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    • It means, it can't be done before SP10.

      You might use a workaround: Define the abstract sync interface upon data types and message type similar to the RFC, but not upon the RFC itself. Use this interface in the BPM and do a mapping to the RFC outside the BPM.

      If this does not help, implement SP10.



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    Posted on Feb 22, 2005 at 08:41 AM

    Hi Ian,

    You can set the Integration Server to automatically retry any deliver any messages failed due to a comms issue. In the Integration Server administration SXMB_ADM, run the option for Integration Engine configuration.

    In here, click on <b>Specific Configuration</b>. Add an entry for category TUNING parameter IS_RETRY_LIMIT with a value of say 25.

    This will force the Integration Engine to attempt 25 retries for delivery.

    This retry interval is 2 minutes and is not changeable.

    The message will be displayed in SXMB_MONI with a different icon instead of a red flag.

    Does this help at all ?



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