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Idoc receiver PI 7.3 -sender port(populated as 'tRFC') in Control Record

Hi,

I am working on a AAE Idoc receiver scenario in PI 7.3.When I uncheck the "Apply control records from payload",it should take values of sender and receiver(in control record) from runtime.As I run the interface,all values are getting populated correctly in control record,except the sender port(which is populated as 'tRFC'),and it should actually be the PI port configured.

Please let me know if anyone has any idea about this scenario.

Regards,

Sriparna

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    Jan 06, 2012 at 12:08 PM

    Hi Sriparna,

    a wrong sender port should not be a problem - the message should nevertheless match to the SAP partner profile. Do you have status 56 (partner profile unknown)?

    On the other hand the sender port displays often wrong (or empty) in WE02 when the IDoc is not matching to a partner profile. Strange behaviour of WE02.

    Finally i m not shure if the PI Java Engine is may be not able to transmit the configured port and just puts a dummy "tRFC"!?

    Regards,

    Udo

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    • Former Member Udo Martens

      Hi there,

      Can someone please confirm whether this still the situation for the IDOC AAE Receiver adapter? I.e. no SNDPOR filled in Idoc Control record by default when optionĀ  "Apply control records from payload" is not selected.

      Many thanks, Roberto Viana

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    Jan 06, 2012 at 07:46 AM

    following fields will populate in control record.

    MESCOD

    MESCFT

    TEST

    EXPRSS

    STD

    STDVRS

    STDMES

    SNDSAD

    SNDLAD

    RCVSAD

    RCVLAD

    REFINT

    REFGRP

    REFMES

    STATUS

    DIRECT

    OUTMOD

    CREDAT

    CRETIM

    In case mapping is not executing as expected. Take a look at this blog to see how to test mapping,

    https://blogs.sap.com/?p=40805

    Regards,

    Phani

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