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BPM scenario requirement


I am working on a BPM process in SAP XI3.0 which looks as follows:

SAPR/3 Idoc(asynch) --->SAP XI BPM asynch abstract receive --->Transformation(Idoc to Webservice request)

--->BPM Synch abstract send&receive ->External synch webservices ->webservice response send--->

Transformation ->SAP R/3 receive send -> stop.

Since we have SAPWAS620 as SAP system,we define the response structure manually to generate proxy(Please note that WAS620 does not support generation of proxies based on external definitions like WSDL)and handle the response from Webservice in SAP.

The question is : I have 2 send steps after the webservice call.I can give receiver as SAP for the send step SAP R/3 receive send.But I am unable to give the

receiver for webservice response send.

Because of this I am getting receiver determination error message in SXMB_MONI.

Is there a possibility to give some dummy receiver in BPM to avoid the reciver determination error message.

Apart from the error message,the BPM is working fine.

If any of the forum members have worked on a similar scenario,I request them to provide valuable inputs.



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  • Posted on Jun 06, 2005 at 06:05 AM

    Hi Leonardo,

    you don't need a receiver determination for the response of a synchronous call.

    Try to build a integration scenario in the repository and import it to the directoy. But it is possible to create the directory objects without integration scenario.

    Regards, Udo

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      Hi Udo,

      I don't need receiver for the synchronous call.But to handle the response from the synchronous call,I have 2 abstract aynch interfaces(2 send steps).One refers to the response part of the WSDL and second refers to the manually defined message type(similar to the response part of WSDL).

      I can provide the receiver for the second one but not for the first one.Probably I can provide a dummy receiver for the first one and close the issue.



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