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what are all the Configurations need to Made on ECC side & PI side.

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I have a scenario ECC->PI-> Non-sap systems and viceversa.(IDOC to IDOC scenario)

we done the following configurations in ECC.

1.RFC connection to PI system.

2.Creating Port to PI system .

3.generating partner profiles.

we done the following configurations on PI side.

1.RFC connection to Ecc system & Non SAp system

2.Creating Port to Non-sap system.

Here i need some clarification

In PI system do we need to create port in order to connect with ECC system ?

In PI system do we need to create port in order to communicate with Non-SAP system?

while configuring communication channel in Integration Directory, we need to provide target system details like RFC c

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  • Posted on Dec 23, 2011 at 08:32 PM

    >In PI system do we need to create port in order to connect with ECC system ?

    Yes you need to create port IDX1 to connect ECC system. This port connection configuration to provide idoc metadata at runtime.

    > PI system do we need to create port in order to communicate with Non-SAP system?

    not required. Just Logical system would be good enough.

    >while configuring communication channel in Integration Directory, we need to provide target system details like RFC

    You dont need sender idoc communication channel for idoc. But you need receiver idoc channel and if your target system is non sap you might not required RFC destination. You might need to do gateway server registration to access idoc metadata if your target system is not SAP. Check with target system.

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