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What are Java IDocs ?

Hello PI experts,

I am reading a section on how to do the adapter configuration and I came across the Java IDocs concept. What are they ? I searched for that in help.sap.com and in the results I get links to configure adapters or ports but nowhere it is mentioned what they actually are ?

Is there any difference between a regular IDoc and Java IDoc ? Is it like, for a Java-based adapter we make use of only Java IDocs or a Java-based adapter will take a regular IDoc and convert that into a Java IDoc ? if that is so, then how is it done ?

Thanks,

Ajeya G V

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    Posted on Jan 08, 2014 at 09:13 AM

    Hi Ajeya,

    I seached this concept Java Idoc and I dont find any things related to this.

    I beleive that Java Idoc is same as IDOC which we are using.It is just that now in single stack you are communicating with Java Stack directly.

    Regards,

    Abhi

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    Posted on Jan 08, 2014 at 07:20 AM

    Hi,

    As far as i know it is relevant to the adapter configuration relavant to Idocs handling in singlestack i.e. javastack...

    As there is a new IDoc adapter in javastack which is IDoc_AAE concept you might be looking at is relevant to this...but there is no change in concept of Idoc handling here as well...except some configuration changes again which are relevant to adapter config..but not to do with idoc stuff...

    if the above didn't answer your query , please let us know more info...

    HTH

    Rajesh

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  • Posted on Jan 09, 2014 at 05:42 AM

    Hi Ajeya,

    As far as I’m aware there is an IDOC and you can use the java idoc adapter to communicate.So on a single stack you have the java idoc adapter to communicate to a ERP system.


    Cheers

    Agasthuri

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