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WHAT IS RSNASTED?

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what is rsnasted ? and when we will go for it..

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    Posted on Jan 10, 2007 at 04:46 AM
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    Posted on Jan 10, 2007 at 04:44 AM

    Hi,

    RSNATED is the program used for triggering IDOC for the output type..where the output medium is 6.

    And the subroutine that triggers the IDOC in the program is EDI_PROCESSING.

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    Naren

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    Posted on Jan 10, 2007 at 04:45 AM

    RSNASTED itself determines the associated IDoc outbound function module, executes it to fill the EDIDx tables and passes the prepared IDoc to the port.

    You can call the standard processing routines from any ABAP, by executing the following call to the routine. You only have to make sure that the structure NAST is declared with the tables statement in the calling routine and that you fill the at least the key part and the routing information before.

    TABLES NAST.

    NAST-MANDT = SY-MANDT.

    NAST-KSCHL = 'ZEDIK'.

    NAST-KAPPL = 'V1'.

    NAST-OBJKY = '0012345678'.

    NAST-PARNR = 'D012345678'.

    PERFORM einzelnachricht_screen(RSNAST00).

    Calling einzelnachricht_screen determines how the message is processed. If you want to force the IDoc-processing you can call it directly:

    TNAPR-PROGN = ''.

    TNAPR-ROUTN = 'ENTRY'.

    PERFORM edi_processing(RSNASTED).

    PLZ REWARD POINTS

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    Posted on Jan 10, 2007 at 04:48 AM

    thanks friends

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