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ccBPM Correlation -> Conversion Id

Hello,

so far, e.g. before SP12 I used the field "conversionid" in my ccBPM to connect two messages together. My scenario is that I receive data for an IDOC from a web service which I send via the IDOC adapter to R/3 and then I send an ALEAUD back to my ccBPM which answers the SOAP call. I use the S/A Bridge for that. ws -> xi -> idoc -> r/3 -> idoc -> xi -> ws.

I used the conversionid which was the same on the sending the idoc and the receiving of the ALEAUD. Now after SP12 it is empty.

What have other people used to correlate two message other then payload information as the ALEAUD does not have a great payload.

I sure could extend the ALEAUD to send the right fields back but I like that the ccBPM has its own connection fields you could use (At least you can select them in the correlation editor).

Thanks

Stefan

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  • Posted on Jun 20, 2005 at 12:57 PM

    Hi Stefan ,

    1. you can use RFC - and before calling it generate a guid (in a mapping program) - send to R3

    and then wait for a response (asyn scenario) - you have to write a few RFC wrappers

    2. you can do a RFC sync call 😊

    3. maybe you can base your document creation on some reference document numbers

    (like when creating a SO from PO you get reference PO number in SO's segments)

    but I've never used CONVERSATION_ID...

    have you confirmed with SAP that it's not supported with XI >sp12 ?

    Regards,

    michal

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Hi,

      if you use the jms sender adpater then you can set the

      conversation ID and you can see it also in the XI-Message

      in sxmb_moni.

      Normaly this field is not visible in XI-Message header

      because it has to be set e.g. from the jms sender channel.

      regards,

      Ly-Na Phu

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