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Vendor master distribution using object class(ALE/IDoc)

Hi experts,

According to the IMG help document for master data distribution using object class,

1. I created class type,

2. Created class using above created classtype.

3. Assigned class to receiving logical system.

Now fourth step is Model Distribution Using Classes.

I have created distribution module.

further according to help document

'You require a filter of the type 'Distribution by Class' for the connection between systems that you want to use a class.

I am not getting this filter option 'Distribution by Class' .

Please suggest some guidelines or share some document.

my second requirement is that where to assign vendor master to class.where I can have ALE master data Screen.


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    Posted on May 30, 2013 at 07:59 AM

    Simple steps for for master data distribution using class.

    go to T-code sale

    follow IMG Path Modelling and Implementing Business Processes---->Master Data Distribution

    --->Distribution Using Object Classes.

    1. Create class type take help from( IMG help document).

    2. Create class using above created class type.

    3. Assign class to logical system.

    4. Model Distribution Using Classes: Create a distribution module with filter and check 'Dependent on class membership' no need to create any filter

    Now go to master data screen in my case vendor master(XK01, XK02). goto environment menu option-->

    classification. here assign your class to the vendor master. Now activate change pointer or distribute using bd14 tcode.

    now your logical system will receive only Idoc that are created with master data(vendor master) assigned with class that you assigne to logical system.

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