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MAPPING.NO_MAPPINGPROGRAM_FOUND

Hi everibody,

I've got a probem with PI 7.0 SP13 integration scenario.

in our scenario we have a synchronous call using SAP NW PI (we will use the WS feature of the new ECC 6.0 SP14 in the next project release, but at the moment

we have to use the SAP NW PI to support digital signature):

[SAP ECC] <-- (XI protocol) > [SAP NW PI 7.0 SP13] < (SOAP with WS-Security) --> [3rd party application]

the InterfaceMapping used by our scenario is:

Name: Richiesta1_to_Richiesta1

Namespace: urn:rfi-it:ir00:Fase4

SWCV: A_IR00 , 1.0 of rfi.it

the MessageMapping used for the Request Message:

Name: Richiesta1_Req_to_Richiesta1_Req

Namespace: urn:rfi-it:ir00:Fase4

SWCV: A_IR00 , 1.0 of rfi.it

the MessageMapping used for the Response Message:

Name: Richiesta1_Resp_to_Richiesta1_Resp

Namespace: urn:rfi-it:ir00:Fase4

SWCV: A_IR00 , 1.0 of rfi.it

the MessageMapping used for the Fault Message:

Name: FaultExc_to_FaultExc

Namespace: urn:rfi-it:ir00:Fase4

SWCV: A_IR00 , 1.0 of rfi.it

Everything is OK if there is no Fault Message (have a look to RequestMessageMappingResponse.xml file attached), on the contrary I get the following error if the 3rd party application replays with a Fault Message:

MAPPING.NO_MAPPINGPROGRAM_FOUND Interface mapping Object ID 4D70EB346A7F32F389D964A26E99A893 Software Component 2C783DF0F73411DCA958CDA10AE9B324 does not exist in runtime cache

I have tested successfully the MessageMapping FaultExc_to_FaultExc in the PI 7.0 Integration Repository.

I have re-activated all the InterfaceMapping and Message Mapping.

I have restarded the Full Cache using:

<protocol>://<hostname>:<port>/CPACache/refresh?mode=full

and

SXI_CACHE -> XI Runtime Cache -> Start Complete Cache Refrest

Cache Notification in the Integration Builder are all successful.

I have also restarted the Java Stack.

How can I solve this problem?

Thank you

Best regards

Riccardo

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