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process of inbound idoc

Hi,

can any one pls let me know the steps we should fallow in an inbound idoc processing.

I have the messagte type , basic type, process code and i have to create partner profile , pls let me know what are the steps to be fallowed

thanks,

Deepak

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    Posted on Feb 26, 2007 at 11:43 AM

    Create the link for the idoc type and message type using transaction WE82.

    Create a process code where you assign the function module to be called using transaction WE42.

    And create the partner profile using transaction WE20.

    Reward u find this useful

    Regards,

    Sandeep

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    Posted on Feb 26, 2007 at 11:17 AM

    Hi,

    The steps are:

    Step 1. EDI Subsystem creates an IDoc file from EDI Messages

    2. Subsystem calls Functional Module EDI_DATA_INCOMING from startRFC program.

    3. Data in Control Record is validate against the Partner Profile.

    4. IDoc is generated in Database and syntax check is carried out.

    5. IDoc file is deleted once file read.

    6. Event PROCESSSTATE REACHED is triggered in Idoc Object Workflow.

    7. Check for Process Immediately.

    If NO

    Execute RBDAPP01 Program

    Else

    Read Process Code from Partner Profile

    Process Code Points to Function Module

    Application Document Posted.

    Regards,

    Anji

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      Hi

      currently i have message type --ORDERSP

      basic type ---ORDERS05

      process code-----ORDR

      this is an EDI inbound idoc so i have to create partner profile for Vendor frorm WE20, please let me know after this what are the steps i have to fallow , as iam new to idocs please give clear process

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    Posted on Feb 26, 2007 at 01:00 PM

    Hi,

    U need to update the Purchase Order based on the idoc.

    The Process Code for this development is: ORDR,

    Basic IDOC Type: ORDERS05

    Function Module: IDOC_INPUT_ORDRSP,

    Message type: ORDRSP.

    Enhancement: MM06E001

    Customer Enhancement: EXIT_SAPLEINM_008

    The logic should be written in the Include ZXM06U20.

    LOOP AT idoc_data.

    CASE idoc_data-segnam.

    WHEN 'E1EDP01'.

    • Move Structure ACKNOW_PO info to Confirmations.

    ENDCASE.

    ENDLOOP.

    Regards

    Kannaiah

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    Posted on Feb 27, 2007 at 11:22 AM

    Hi saideepak,

    U are using standard idoc type ,basictype and process code.generally the steps for inbound idoc is

    1>WE81(CREATE message type)

    2>WE31(create segments)

    3>WE30(Create basic type)

    4>WE57(Attach the FM to basic type and message type)

    5>BD51(Attach FM)

    6>WE42(Create process code)

    7>WE20(Create partner profiles).

    As u r using standard idoc so ,u can omit from 1 to 6.Only thing u have to do is create partner profiles in WE20 tcode.

    So go to WE20 tcode->Give the reciver Logical system name(LS)and in the inbound parameters give the MESSAGE TYPE AS ORDERS and process code as ORDE.thats it ..

    As this is an incoming idoc ,so ur idoc will have data.So the tables EDIDD AND EDIDC are filled only.no need to pass data to it.

    regards,

    nagaraj

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