That time go to Integraiton builder. select administration section. ( it has sections like Intergration repository, directory ) choose required section( Example: ir and ip) refresh the data caches. Now again send a message to bpm, to check.
Starting and Stopping the BPE
You use transaction SWF_XI_ADM_BPE to regulate the starting and stopping of the Business Process Engine (BPE). You can also use this transaction to determine whether the BPE has been started or is stopped.
● To display the status of the BPE you require role SAP_XI_BPE_MONITOR_ABAP.
● To start or stop the BPE you require role SAP_XI_BPE_ADMINISTRATOR_ABAP.
1. Call transaction SWF_XI_ADM_BPE.
The status display shows the status of the BPE and its components:
○ Green: Component running
○ Red: Component stopped
○ Amber: Component currently being stopped or started
This can take a few minutes. Wait until the status display changes.
○ Error icon: Error when starting or stopping the component.
You can decide whether you want to continue with the procedure or terminate. For example, if a component cannot be stopped, you can decide whether you want to attempt to stop the BPE again, or whether you want to restart the BPE completely.
2. Start or stop the BPE.
Whether the button for starting the BPE or the button for stopping the BPE is displayed depends on the status of the BPE. If an error occurs, both buttons are displayed and you must decide how you wish to continue.
The individual steps for starting and stopping the BPE are executed in turn and the status of each step is displayed. The log for the individual process steps is displayed in the window area at the bottom of the screen.
How To…Configure ccBPM RuntimePart III: Transactional Behavior of an Integration Process
go to sdn.sap.com and check for above document.
We need to enable create new transaction, in send step, while calling one bpm to another bpm (syncronously). if you enable this, then only(syncronous mode) we get the response from 2nd bpm.
also see: what is bpm