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Make a call to the function module /AIF/SEND_WITH_PROXY with the outbound proxy details from the place where the interface  should be triggered.

The code is as shown below

Data: lt_outrecords      TYPE zdt_repair_sales_and_serv_tab3,

lwa_aif_struct     TYPE zaif_repair_sales_and_serviceo.

 

Write the logic to fill the outbound structure fields.

 

IF lt_outrecords IS NOT INITIAL.
CLEAR lt_return.
MOVE-CORRESPONDING lt_outrecords TO  lwa_aif_struct-record EXPANDING NESTED TABLES.

 

CALL FUNCTION ‘/AIF/SEND_WITH_PROXY’
EXPORTING
ns                       =  “<interface namespcae>” ‘OTC_SM’
ifname                =  “<interface name>”    ‘OB_OTC_RPR’   
ifversion             =  “<interface version>”  ‘1’
do_commit         = abap_true
TABLES
add_return_tab   = lt_return
CHANGING
sap_struct           = lwa_aif_struct
EXCEPTIONS
persistency_error    = 1
status_update_failed = 2
missing_keys         = 3
interface_not_found  = 4
transformation_error = 5
general_error        = 6
OTHERS               = 7.

IF sy-subrc = 0.
COMMIT WORK.
ENDIF.

 

Once the program are executed that are supposed to trigger the interfaces . The following transactions can be used to check the data .

 

Useful Tips

Tcode: SXMB_MONI – To check the data for the interface. Both inbound and outbound.

Tcode: /AIF/IFMON – for monitoring interfaces messages. Correcting data  and restart the interface . Most useful for correcting  errors happening due data issues for inbound interfaces.

Back to part 1 for AIF configuration steps

https://blogs.sap.com/?p=710949&preview=true&preview_id=710949

 

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