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PI 7.30: Error in RFC sender Adapter - senderAgreement not found

Dear experts,

I think I have the same problem as described in thread:

Errors in RFC sender Adapter

Only I send two LUWs within a few seconds because the ABAP program creates 2 RFC messages.

So the strange thing is that I only sometimes get the error in SM58. It has worked for a few days now without problems and both messages (LUWs) were sent to PI 7.30.

Today again the first message was processed successfully, but the second one gives me the error:

Error in processing caused by: senderAgreement not found: lookup of binding via CPA-cache failed for AdapterType RFC.

When I wait around 10 minutes and mark the error LUW in SM58 and do "Process LUW" (F6) SAP processes the messages without a problem.

It seems that it cannot handle two RFC messages within a few seconds? It does not find the sender Agreement even though it exists in PI 7.30.

Does anyone know how I could solve this?

I already deleted the RFC Sender channel and Sender agreement in PI and recreated them but that

did not help either.

Thank you for any ideas,


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    Posted on Dec 01, 2011 at 07:51 AM

    Hello Peter,

    What does the cache status say when you go to Environment -> Cache Status Overview? Are there things in red or grey? If there are, you need to click the green arrow icon that says Repeat Cache Instance Update.

    Have you also checked the maximum connections? Is it set to 5?



    Edited by: Mark Dihiansan on Dec 1, 2011 8:55 AM

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