The configuration steps to be executed on the HUB system (FND) are detailed at SAP Help.
Maintaining Inbound bgRFC Queue on the Hub System SAP Help
Create outbound destination for content publisher SAP Help
This document explains how to execute step 1.
“SAP NetWeaver Gateway uses inbound queues to reliably send information to a consumer (Such queues are used by various services. For example, theNotification Content Publisher). These inbound queues use bgRFC (Background Remote Function Call) technology.” SAP Help
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All activities are done on the SAP Gateway HUB (FND) system.
A RFC connection between SAP Gateway HUB and SAP backend is needed so that the HUB system can communicate with BEP. Without this, the OData services exposed at Gateway won’t work, as they cannot map the services (BAPIs) to a backend. SAP Help
SPRO: SAP Reference IMG and navigate to: SAP NetWeaverGatewayOData ChannelConfigurationConnection SettingsSAP NetWeaver Gateway to SAP SystemManage RFC Destinations
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Give a name for the RFC destination, like <SID>CLNT<Client>
RFC Destination: ECCCLNT001 (example)
Connection type: 3
Inform a description
Go to tab “Technical Settings“
Load balancing: Yes or No, depending on landscape
Target host: host name of SAP backend (BEP) system
System number: system number of SAP backend (BEP) system