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BPE_ADAPTER error on async BPM

I am trying to build the Collect Time-Dependent scenario in BPM and I'm getting a BPE_ADAPTER error. This is our first attempt at using BPM. The error says Unknown_Message, "No object type found for this message" and is part of category XI Adapter. I am trying to receive an IDoc, map it to a file structure, and append the file structure to a list. After a set time period has elapsed, I want to FTP the collected data file to the destination. I deleted everything from the process except the receive and send steps and I still get the error. It appears to be happening in the Call Adapter step in the XI pipeline. Any idea what could be wrong?

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    Posted on May 19, 2005 at 01:21 PM

    Check your status in SXI_CACHE - make sure it activated correctly. We had a similar issue prior to SP11.

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  • Posted on May 19, 2005 at 01:32 PM

    Hi Lisa,

    Besides checking what Amanda has told you, do the following:

    1.In the XI Runtime Cache choose Integration Processes. Check if the process is listed and if its return code is 0. If the return code is not equal to 0, select the process and choose Repeat Activation.

    2. Check the conditions defined in the process.

    3. Check transaction SWF_XI_CUSTOMIZING. For all entries the status must be green.</i>

    Also Make sure you have "Receiver Determination" properly configured. Try reactivating it. Check in you SXMB_MONI to see what the Receiver Column value is.

    Regards,

    Sridhar

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