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IDOC in operating system level

Hi all,

How to look at an IDOC file in a text editor at the operating system level.

Thanks,

Shashikanth.

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    Posted on Oct 13, 2005 at 03:30 PM

    Hi Shahi,

    IDOCS are flat files having one EDIDC and multiple EDIDD records. From O/S level copy the IDOC file to your PC .

    ( If O/S of your appl server is unix you can use FTP to get file on local PC ). Here you can open it with NOTEPAD . You also need to know where in the O/S is IDOC file stored . IDOCS are written to O/S only if you use File Port . From File Port defined in WE20 ( partner profile ) , you can get the pathname on which an IDOC would be stored.

    Cheers.

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      Hi Shashi,

      TRFC ports are for SAP to SAP ALE.

      In TRFC port IDOCS donot goto file instead they are transferred to another system through memory buffers.

      ( You can always see IDOCS in WE05 )

      Any by Operating system I meant the O/s of your SAP application server not your local PC O/s. You can see your O/s type in SYSTEM - > STATUS ( Host Data ) from any screen in SAP.

      Cheers

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