Hi gurus i am learning what is partner profile

hi gurus i am learning what is partner profile

Logical System name is used to indiacte the application system to which you are ging to send the data.
Partner profiles use the above Logical System name to determine the system to which the data is to be sent ie you have to tell wether inbound or outbound.
Suppose If you are doing IDOC to File scenario ,have to mention the Outbound Parameter in we20 ie IDOC message type name.
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SAP R/3 tcode:
WE21 - create port for XI
WE20 - create partner profile LS and add idoc to outbound
XI tcode:
in SM59 - create a type 3 conn from XI to R/3
in IR import IDOC from R/3 in XI
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https://www.sdn.sap.com/irj/sdn/wiki?path=/display/xi/sapR3%28Idocs%29ToXI--Steps+Summarized&
Create Partner ProfilesAlthough partner profiles are usually created automatically, because of the unusual inbound and outbound profiles needed on the same system, the manual generation of certain profiles is required.
The following subsections describe the partner profile settings for the standard client (assumed here to be ALExxxCyyy), as well as for the corresponding dummy client (assumed to be DUMxxxCyyy). The dummy client partner profiles should have been generated by the automatic generation process completed previously. Nevertheless, these should be checked to ensure that all profiles exist.
Generation of Partner Profiles
The following messages should be added to the 4xx-ORDR model for ALExxxCyyy to DUMxxxCyyy on the reference client:
• ORDERS
• ORDCHG
• ZINVRV
• ORDRSP
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• The partner profiles should first be generated using the standard auto-generation procedure on the reference client (for SYNCH messages to be created).
• This model should now be distributed to the both ALExxxCyyy and DUMxxxCyyy.
• The partner profiles should now be generated on the client being configured (i.e. yyy) using the auto-generation procedure defined in the standard ALE configuration procedures.
Generate partner profiles for sending system. (Can only do this if at least 1 message type exists against the sending system's LS). This automatically generates the port if the LS and RFC name are the same.
generate partner profiles tcode BD82
creating partner profiles tcode WE20
 There are two methods for maintaining the partner profile:
 Maintain partner profile manually:
To navigate to the partner profile in the sender system, choose Partner profile -> Partner type of Logical System and click on the required Target system. Under Outbound parameters, choose the Create outbound parameters icon, and enter the values for the outbound parameters according to the slide Sender: Partner Profile (outbound).
To navigate to the partner profile in the sender system, choose Partner profile -> Partner type of Logical System and click on the required Sending system. Under Inbound parameters, choose the Create inbound parameters icon and enter the values for the inbound parameters according to the slide Sender: Partner Profile (inbound).
 Generate partner profile:
Prerequisite: The current distribution model is distributed to all participating systems.
In the sender system, choose: Generate Partner Profile, then check the result in the partner profile (outbound)
In the sender system, choose: Generate Partner Profile, then check the result in the partner profile (inbound)
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