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B1i - how to value mapping ?

Hi all

I try to set up a value mapping on the sap.MRsales scenario.

The documention "Setting up Value Mappings" or blog provide some informations on this task.

Nevertheless I don´t understand how to.

When I open Scenarios → Package Design →[Definitions] →Value Mappings I get the following :

How to remove the field definition "InventoryUOM" ?

How to add new field definitions ?

Can anybody give some hints ? Corresponding to this step the documentation (4 operations part I - 1.1.6.2 Setting Up Value Mappings) is too "high level" from my point of view respectively it´s not explained how to remove/add field definitons.

My goal is to fill field 0comp_code which is currently delivered empty by the scenario.

Regards

Stefan

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    Posted on Jul 22, 2016 at 12:53 PM

    I found that those values can be maintained via SCENARIOS -> Package Design -> [Definitions] -> Value Mappings (Ref.: Document "SAP Cloud for Customer Integration with SAP Business One: Setting up Integration using Integration Framework of SAP Business One" PDF March 2016). But the Package as well as the Definitions are in read only mode :

    Can anybody give me a hint how to enter these definitions in a maintainable/non read only mode ?


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    • Hi Stefan,

      the standard content is delivered in sap namespace. Any change in the sap namespace e.g. adding new value mappings might get overwritten if you upgrade to an actual patch.

      Therefore, SAP doesn't allow changes in the sap namespace.

      If you want to add your own value mapping fields, please first copy the complete scenario package into your own namespace as chosen in Maintenance --> Cfg Dev Env.

      For details copying and scenario package or generating value mapping field definitions please always have a look into the B1i content help (blue folder symbol)

      Best regards

      Bastian

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