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How to test ABAP Mapping

Hi,

In the Interface Mapping there is an option to test the

map. But it is not for the ABAP Mapping.

How can we test ABAP Mapping ?

rgds,

RM

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    Posted on Sep 29, 2005 at 10:49 AM

    Yes

    You can test your ABAP Mapping using the transaction,

    SXI_MAPPING_TEST

    Check my weblog as to how to use the transaction for testing,

    /people/sameer.shadab/blog/2005/09/29/testing-abap-mapping

    regards

    Sameer

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Hi Ruby

      What kind of scenario are you working on, IDOC to file, file to IDoc or what.

      Depending on the scenario you have created, enter all the details such as Sender Service, Receiver Service etc in the transaction SXI_MAPPING_TEST (in your XI box).

      The next step is for you to enter your source XML file, if it is a file to IDoc scenario enter your source xml file. If it is a IDOC to file scenario, then enter the XML payload.

      And once you execute it you will be able to test your mapping and see if it successful or not.

      cheers

      Sameer

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    Posted on Sep 29, 2005 at 06:20 AM

    Execute the mapping from teh se80 editor.

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  • Posted on Oct 04, 2005 at 04:20 PM

    Hi,

    You should define a simple scenario. Sender Service, Receiver Service and Interface Mapping using your ABAP Mapping.

    Good Luck.

    Francisco.

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