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Parameters for Adapter Type XI

Hi,

I use an ABAP Proxy ( XI adapter) for my PI 7.1 --> SAP scenario

Now I have to configure the parameters for the XI adapter.

Transport Protocol: HTTP 1.0

Message Protocol: XI 3.0

Adapter Engine: Integration Server

Addressing Type: URL Address

Target Host: ? (ip-address?)

service number: ? (the entry for http under the ta smicm --> Shift+F1) Is this the serv. no from PI or SAP?

path: /sap/xi/engine?type=entry

Any help please?

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    Posted on Feb 01, 2012 at 03:47 PM

    Hi, you need to enter host and service no. of SAP. I recommend using Addressing Type: HTTP destination instead. You need to create an RFC destination (type H - HTTP Connections to ABAP System) in PI transaction SM59 and you can test it directly in SM59. Then enter the name of the RFC destination in the channel configuration.

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    • Hi Edgar,

      Actually this error description

      Application error occurred during the request processing.

      might mean that an error occurs in the ABAP Proxy implementing class while the message is being processed in the receiver system.

      Can you see the message in sxi_monitor in the receiver system? If so, try to look for further error details in there, or in st22. They should give you a hint about where to focus for corrections.

      Hope this helps,

      Greg

  • Posted on Feb 01, 2012 at 03:52 PM

    >Is this the serv. no from PI or SAP?

    SAP example: 8000

    >Target Host: ? (ip-address?)

    hostname of sap

    > path: /sap/xi/engine?type=entry

    correct

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  • Posted on Feb 01, 2012 at 03:50 PM

    Hi Edgar,

    Use the following parameters:

    Target Host = IP address of your ECC system (you can find it in SAP Logon)

    Service number: 80<ECC port>, so if your ECC port number is for instance 30, then use 8030 as the Service number here.

    You can also use Addressing Type "HTTP Destination" and choose an RFC Destination (of type HTTP) from sm59 of the ABAP stack, especially if you have an existing one for your ECC receiver system.

    Hope this helps,

    Greg

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