SAP Gateway uses inbound queues to reliably send information to a consumer (Such queues are used by various services. For example, the Notification Content Publisher). These inbound queues use bgRFC (Background Remote Function Call) technology.
To use the bgRFC, the following configuration steps are required:
Create the RFC connection IWFND_ODATA_PUSH for the inbound queues.
Register the RFC connection IWFND_ODATA_PUSH for the inbound queues
Go to transaction SM59 in the SAP Gateway system.
Choose Create to create a new connection.
In the RFC Destination field, enter IWFND_ODATA_PUSH.
In the Connection Type field, enter 3 (Connection to ABAP System).
Select the Special Options tab and choose the qRFC Version as bgRFC (or) in higher releases choose the Transfer Protocol as 1 Classic with bgRFC.
Save the RFC destination and choose Connection Test to test the connection.
Go to transaction SBGRFCCONF in the SAP Gateway system.
Go to the Define Inbound Dest. tab and choose Create.
In the Inb. Dest. Name field, enter IWFND_ODATA_PUSH.
Choose Save to save the queue prefixes.
Go to the Scheduler: Destination tab and choose Create.
In the dialog box, select Inbound as the destination type.
In the Destination field, enter IWFND_ODATA_PUSH.
Choose Save to save the scheduler setting you have just created.
In the bgRFC Destination screen, choose Save to save your customizing settings.