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Hi all, I am working on C4C integration within ERP through PO and I am finding some trouble in 1505 guide so I opened an incident and SAP guys have been helping a lot in order to get it solved, specifically Mr. Binoo Chandran who has explained me and provided me all the information that I am dropping on this document. (Once again, thanks Binoo!)

Creating a default port in SOA Management for a Consumer Proxy

(e.g taken is E2E Connectivity check)


Go to SOA Management from your ERP system and search for the consumer proxy CO_CODERINT_CONNECTIVITY_CHECK


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Click the proxy and open it.

Now in the configurations tab under Define Logical Ports click on Create button.

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Select Manual Configuration while clicking the Create button.

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This will take you to the step by step process to create the port.

Give a name to your logical port and a description.

Select the checkbox for making this the default port if this needs to be accessed via the program.

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In step 2 select the authentication method.

I have used User ID / Password of the PI system.

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If you want to use certificate based authentication select the radio button as below and select your certificate from the list.

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In step 3 give the following information. (These are specific to your landscape).

• URL Access Path – Middleware service path URL for webservice call.In case of SAP NetWeaver Process integration (PI) the service path can be obtained from sender agreement which should be of format : /XISOAPAdapter/MessageServlet?channel=:QAS_200:ERP_SOAP_End2EndConnectivity_Send

• Computer Name – Name of  computer of above PI / HCI system.

• URL Port – Port number of the URL. For PI the port can be obtained from SMICM or ICM admin. For HCI it can be set to 443.

• URL Protocol – Protocol for webservice call. For example HTTP/HTTPS.

• Proxy Host – Name of proxy host if a proxy is used for the http connection (optional)

• Proxy Port – Port number of proxy host if a proxy is used for the http connection (optional)

• Proxy User – Name of user if a proxy is used for the http connection (optional)

• Proxy – Password – Password for the user if a proxy is used for the http connection (optional)

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In step 4 give the below shown values and click Next

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Click Next and click Finish.

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You can see the new port as shown.

You can click the display port button and ping the port to see if the parameters entered are correct.

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Once this is fine, you can consume this to check the E2E connectivity.

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  1. Deepak Rayudu

    Thanks for the document. I am trying to configure “E2E connectivity check” for CRM to C4C. I followed this article. But i get the error as below:

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    Please let me know.

    Thanks,

    Deepak

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      1. Deepak Rayudu

        Alejandro,

        I have checked with the Basis as well, then don’t see anything on the log or on HCI monitoring. Please check this document which has step by step. I have mentioned my questions here

        Thanks,

        Deepak

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