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How to auotmate the Personal employee(P) info from R/3 to xRPM

We need to automate the employees information (new/change) whose object type (P) from R/3 system to xRPM system (CProject component).

We did ALE distribution model with the message type (HRMD_ABA) and able to achieved distribution(R/3 -> xRPM) thru manual step using PFAL transaction. I have no issues on this part.

Now we want to automate the same process to distribution(R/3 -> xRPM) that whenever employees have been created/change in R/3.

I have tried with the following 2 options: but here is problem details

Option 1:

By using standard program “RBDIDOC” which can be achieve by defining background job with message type “HRMD_ABA”. But it pulls all the object types for the given message type at selection screen. But i am interested only employees with object type P.

There is no much provision existed to restrict only for employees with object type (P).

Option 2:

I can schedule the background job with standard program(RHALEINI) for transaction PFAL, but the problem is for every scheduled run, it will recreated/update for all the personal info object(P) instead of change/newly created employees. We are interested only to pull whose personal employees have been newly created/changes taken place after the every scheduled job.

Systems Release version details:

Source(R/3 system version): SAP R/3 Enterprise

Target(xRPM: SAP ECC 6.0 with HR component: 6.00)

Any help would be appreciated...

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    Posted on Jan 08, 2007 at 11:13 PM


    Option 1: You have to define a filter on object P in your distribution model(transaction BD64).

    Option 2(I'm not 100 % sure): You have to switch on the change pointer for hrmd* (transaction sale) and call the report that makes idocs only from change pointers.

    Hope this helps.



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