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Can I suppress errors in the Adapter Engine?

Hi

I have an issue with an interface where the flow is as follows:

ECC6 -> PI -> 3rd party system

It is an asynchronous interface, so ECC6 does not expect a response. PI uses the SOAP adapter to call a Web Service. When the message arrives in the target system, sometimes there are data errors e.g. order does not exist. There is a report which is run in the target system to deal with these data errors.

When this happens, errors appear in the Adapter Engine and the Communication channel. We do not want this to happen, as mentioned the data errors are handled in the target system. Can I suppress these errors? We are aware that the Web Service code could be changed, but to do this we would have to involve the 3rd party, we want to avoid this.

Thanks!

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    Posted on Jul 25, 2012 at 02:06 PM

    Hi,

    I think you can ignore the response by simply changing your receiver Service Interface to async. This way, each message successfully delivered to the receiver system (technically) will be considered successful by PI.

    Regards,

    Greg

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