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Communication error PI to BPM

Hi All,

we're encountering a communication problem into a BPM scenario.

We're trying to trigger a communication between our BPM and an iFlow developed on Netweaver Developer Studio.

The PI flow is File to SOAP (XI 3.0). We would like to start the BPM flow as soon as a file is delivered from PI.

As you can see in the following screen, the scenario is very simple:

we have associated the inbound Service Interface (related to the target Business Component of the flow) to the trigger of the Start Event, a human interaction with a web dynpro in which we want to show/approve/reject our data, and finally an End Event with no interface associated.

the iFlow is the following:

The Service interfaces (Outbound and Inbound) has the same Message Type associated and are configured as XI 3.0 stateless.

The mapping contains simple move of values.

The communication channel sender polls on a local folder on PI in order to catch a file with the structure defined into the data type and should send the data through the SOAP communication channel to the receiver structure (mapped into the Data Object created in the BPM).

But, once we start the Communication channel sender, we encounter the following error:

Delivery of the message to the application using connection JPR failed, due to: com.sap.engine.interfaces.messaging.api.exception.MessagingException: Error processing inbound message. FaultException: com.sap.aii.proxy.xiruntime.core.ESPXISystemFaultException: Error encountered  during processing of XI request message in inbound ESP; Hint: com.sap.engine.interfaces.webservices.runtime.RuntimeProcessException:
Unexpected uriID '/{http://abc.com/BPM_process_demo}Anagrafica_async_in_SI'. Found:  BindingData 'null', interfaceMapping 'null' interfaceDefinition 'null'

We tried to search for some help on the portal but the only suggestion we found has been already implemented.

Any other suggestions?

Thank you very much.

Regards.

Andrea

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