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I have a PO IDOC and Using IDX2 I have imported the MetaData of IDOC.

Once I import this where can I see this structure in XI?

Whether this structure is available for all the SWComponents in XI?

If this structure is available for all the SWC then why we need the imported Objects?

Thanks

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    Posted on Jul 13, 2007 at 08:57 PM

    Pete,

    You are getting the concept wrong. The metadata what you have imported in IDX2 is only for runtime. The metadata what you have in IDX2 will be used in RWB. It doesnot mean that you will not import the IDOC in your SWC. So you have to import the IDOC into XI IR into your SWC. Then you have to do mapping. So you have to import the metadata in IDX2 and in IR too.

    Regards,

    ---Satish

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    Posted on Jul 13, 2007 at 08:54 PM

    Hey Pete

    guess we answered this question yesterday as well:)

    anyways ,well first of all you need to understand the difference between IDOC structure and its Metadata.

    Metadata is created when XI receives an IDOC for ths first time (you dont need to explicitly create it in IDX2).

    Metadata is for XI internal handling and processingof IDOC

    we need to import IDOC structure in IR and once imported,its available to all SWCV.

    Thanx

    Ahmad

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      Hey satish

      well i created a dummy IDOC to File scenario,didnt do any configurations on XI side,.no IDX2,and when i run my scenario its working fine since the first time itself.

      but yeah to be on safer side i always create SM59,IDX1, and IDX2 on XI side for IDOC to file coz its recommended:)

      Thanx

      Ahmad

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