1. Set up an oracleICS Connection Agent on On-premise

Please refer:

 

2. Configure at OracleICS on Cloud

2.1. Create IDOC Connection

Please refer: https://docs.oracle.com/en/cloud/paas/integration-cloud-service/icssa/creating-connection.html#GUID-7A6854EE-4ED9-4978-8DB7-EF0A7C2C5CDD

 

The configuration of SAP Trigger Adapter as below image

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JCO Connection Properties file:

#Common properties for Load Balanced/Direct Connection Type: These parameters will be used in both connection types.

    #Description:

        #jco.client.client  = Client represent a self-contained unit in an SAP system with separate master records and its own set of tables. Eg: 811

        #jco.client.lang    = The language determines the code page used for communicating between SAP Adapter and the application server. Eg: EN

 

  1. jco.client.client                       = 800
  2. jco.client.lang                         = en

 

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#SAP Direct connection properties: These patameters should be defined if user intends to access ERP Application directly without gateway.

    #Description:

        #jco.client.ashost   = ERP Application Server Host(IP). Eg: 10.30.XX.XX

        #jco.client.sysnr    = System number. Eg: 01

 

  1. jco.client.ashost                       = ecc601
  2. jco.client.sysnr                        = 00

 

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#SAP Outbound (Adapter inbound) connection properties: Parameters required to recieve data from SAP. Particularly used for SAP Outbound scenario where SAP will send data to adapter.

    #Description:

        #jco.server.gwhost       = Gateway host (IP). Eg: 10.30.XX.XX

        #jco.server.gwserv       = Gateway service name. Eg: sapgw00

        #jco.server.progid       = Identifier Used to get Register with SAP to receive data. Eg: SAPPROGRAMID

 

  1. jco.server.gwhost                   = ecc601
  2. jco.server.gwserv                   = sapgw00
  3. jco.server.progid                   = ORACLESAP
  4. jco.server.connection_count         = 2

 

2.2. Configure Integration Flow

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2.2.1. Configure Trigger Endpoint (SAP Adapter)

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2.2.2. Configure Invoke Endpoint (Microsoft Dynamics CRM Adapter)

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2.2.3. Create Mapping

The mapping rule as table below:

 

DEBMAS06

Account

E1KNA1M/NAME1/Name1

Name

E1KNA1M/NAME1/ORT01

Address1_City

E1KNA1M/NAME1/STRAS

Address1_line1

E1KNA1M/NAME1/TELFX

Fax

E1KNA1M/NAME1/TELF1

Telephone1

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3. Configure at ECC System

Please refer: https://docs.oracle.com/en/cloud/paas/integration-cloud-service/icssa/sap-inbound-communication.html

3.1.1. Configure RFC Destination

Use Tcode SM59 to create an RFC Destination type T

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3.1.2. Create tRFC port

Use we21 Tcode to create tRFC port as below image

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3.1.3. Create Logical System

Use BD54 Tcode to create Logical System for OracleICS

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3.1.4. Create partner profile

Use WE20 Tcode to create partner porfile with partner type is LS

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Add DEBMAS IDOC outbound

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4. Send IDOC to OracleICS

Use BD12 tcode to send an IDOC DEBMAS06 to OracleICS

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Monitor Integration flow in Oracle Cloud

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Test account successfully created in Microsoft Dynamics 365

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