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Hi,

can i know Where can I find IDOCs related weblogs.

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Barath

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    Posted on Jun 09, 2007 at 07:38 AM

    hi,

    you can find everything about IDOCs and XI in one book:

    <a href="/people/michal.krawczyk2/blog/2006/10/11/xi-new-book-mastering-idoc-business-scenarios-with-sap-xi"><b>Mastering IDoc Business Scenarios with SAP XI</b></a>

    Regards,

    michal

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    <a href="/people/michal.krawczyk2/blog/2005/06/28/xipi-faq-frequently-asked-questions"><b>XI / PI FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions</b></a>

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    Posted on Jun 09, 2007 at 07:58 AM

    Hi Barath,

    refer this blog for IDOC - File scenario

    /people/prateek.shah/blog/2005/06/08/introduction-to-idoc-xi-file-scenario-and-complete-walk-through-for-starters

    File - IDOC scenario

    File to IDOC

    configuring IDOCS

    /people/sravya.talanki2/blog/2006/12/27/aspirant-to-learn-sap-xiyou-won-the-jackpot-if-you-read-this-part-iii

    sample IDOC scenarios

    https://www.sdn.sap.com/irj/servlet/prt/portal/prtroot/docs/library/uuid/cdded790-0201-0010-6db8-beb9bb2b2660

    For IDOC related senttings you can refer to this document.

    https://www.sdn.sap.com/irj/sdn/go/portal/prtroot/docs/library/uuid/73527b2c-0501-0010-5398-c4ac372c9692

    If you are a biginner then these three blogs will help you to understand each and every scenario in XI

    /people/sravya.talanki2/blog/2006/12/27/aspirant-to-learn-sap-xiyou-won-the-jackpot-if-you-read-this-part-iii

    /people/sravya.talanki2/blog/2006/12/25/aspirant-to-learn-sap-xiyou-won-the-jackpot-if-you-read-this-part-i

    /people/sravya.talanki2/blog/2006/12/26/aspirant-to-learn-sap-xiyou-won-the-jackpot-if-you-read-this-part-ii

    then

    /people/anish.abraham2/blog/2005/12/22/file-to-multiple-idocs-xslt-mapping

    /people/ravikumar.allampallam/blog/2005/06/24/convert-any-flat-file-to-any-idoc-java-mapping

    /people/vasanthakumar.balasubramani2/blog/2005/12/21/complete-reference-for-idoc-queuing-and-monitoring

    /people/sravya.talanki2/blog/2005/10/27/idoc146s-not-reaching-xi133-not-posted-in-the-receiver-sap-systems133

    /people/kevin.wilson2/blog/2005/12/07/changing-fields-in-an-idoc-segment

    Troubleshooting File-to-IDOC Scenario in XI.

    /people/venugopalarao.immadisetty/blog/2007/01/24/troubleshooting-file-to-idoc-scenario-in-xi

    Also ref:

    Configuration steps required for posting idoc's(XI) -

    /people/ravikumar.allampallam/blog/2005/02/23/configuration-steps-required-for-posting-idocsxi

    ALE configuration for pushing idocs from SAP to XI -

    /people/swaroopa.vishwanath/blog/2007/01/22/ale-configuration-for-pushing-idocs-from-sap-to-xi

    For an IDOC -> File scenario -

    /people/prateek.shah/blog/2005/06/08/introduction-to-idoc-xi-file-scenario-and-complete-walk-through-for-starters

    https://www.sdn.sap.com/irj/sdn/wiki?path=/display/xi/sapR3%28Idocs%29ToXI--Steps+Summarized&

    https://www.sdn.sap.com/irj/servlet/prt/portal/prtroot/docs/library/uuid/f6d2d790-0201-0010-9382-b50b499b3fbe

    https://www.sdn.sap.com/irj/servlet/prt/portal/prtroot/docs/library/uuid/cdded790-0201-0010-6db8-beb9bb2b2660

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    Also u can follow the settings on Xi and R/3 side

    SAP XI

    1) RFC Destination (SM59)

    a) Choose create.

    b) Specify the name of the RFC destination

    c) Select connection type as 3 and save

    d) In the technical settings tab enter the details SAP SID/URL and system number#.

    e) Enter the Gateway host as same details above SID/URL.

    f) Gateway service is 3300+system number#.

    g) In the Logon /Security tab, enter the client user & Password details of Destination system.

    h) Test the connection and remote logon.

    2) Create Port (IDX1)

    a) Select create new button

    b) Enter the port name as SAP+SID (The starting char should be SAP)

    c) Enter the destination client.

    d) Enter the RFC Destination created in SAP R/3 towards other system.

    e) Save

    3) Load Meta Data for IDOC (IDX2)

    a) Create new

    b) IDOC Message Type

    c) Enter port created in IDX1.

    SAP R/3

    1) RFC Destination (SM59)

    a) Choose create.

    b) Specify the name of the RFC destination

    c) Select connection type as 3 and save

    d) In the technical settings tab enter the details SAP SID/URL and system number#.

    e) Enter the Gateway host as same details above SID/URL.

    f) Gateway service is 3300+system number#.

    g) In the Logon /Security tab, enter the client user & Password details of Destination system.

    h) Test the connection and remote logon.

    2) Create Port (We21)

    a) First Select Transactional RFC and then click create button

    b) Enter the destination port name as SAP+SID (The starting char should be SAP)

    c) Enter the destination client.

    d) Enter the RFC Destination created in SAP R/3 towards other system.

    e) Save

    3) Create Partner Profile (WE20)

    a) Create New

    b) Create the Partner no. name as same the logical system name of the destination system.

    c) Select Partner type LS

    d) Enter details for Type: US/USER, Agent, and Lang.

    e) Click on the + button to select the message type.

    f) Select Partner no. and LS which ever create above.

    g) Select Message type

    h) Select Process code related to the Message type.

    I) save.

    In SLD – System Landscape Directory

    TS for R/3 (Logical system):-Assign the client name created in R/3 as Logical system Name.

    Ts for Third Party (Logical system):-

    BS for SAP R/3 (Logical system):- Assign the client name created in R/3 as Logical system Name.

    BS for Third Party (Logical system):-Enter the XI logical system name.

    In Transaction SALE

    Define and Assign the logical system name.

    Regards,

    Ram

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