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Error handling in Synchronous ABAP Proxy

Hi,

We have a synchrounous ABAP Outbound Proxy. The flow is as follows;

ABAP proxy - PI - 3rd party system. The Receiver adapter is SOAP.

How to handle the errors in Proxy specifically the errors in PI.

Suppose, in SOAP receiver a wrong URL is maintained, then in RWB we get "Unknown host exception". Can this exception be reflected in ABAP?

In this case, ususally Proxy keeps on processing for some time and then we get a generic TIMEOUT error in ABAP.

Please help.

Thanks & Regards.

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    Posted on Nov 20, 2012 at 12:23 PM

    Hi Prathiba,

    If you would like to handle exceptions in ABAP outbound proxy, write a custom function module then will help you to trigger alerts if any exceptions in the data. Capturing of exceptions are need to be done properly.

    >> How to handle the errors in Proxy specifically the errors in PI.

    Suppose, in SOAP receiver a wrong URL is maintained, then in RWB we get "Unknown host exception". Can this exception be reflected in ABAP?

    When the message passes through the integration engine of PI then it would be handed over to adapter engine, you need to do alert configuration in order to receive alerts regarding the failures.

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  • Posted on Nov 20, 2012 at 12:44 PM

    Hi Prathibha,

    >>>How to handle the errors in Proxy specifically the errors in PI.

    Suppose, in SOAP receiver a wrong URL is maintained, then in RWB we get "Unknown host exception". Can this exception be reflected in ABAP?

    In this case you need to create alert in PI so that if there is any error in PI it will throw an alert notification so that you can rectify the error and reprocess the same.

    but the alert will not reflect in ABAP. you need to rectify the same in PI System and reprocess.

    Regards,

    Naveen.

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