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Export Aggregated Messages

Hello Gurus,

I should design the aggregation for ULTMID 4.0.

Can anybody told me how the

Transaction text Export Aggregated Messages

Program REE_DATEX_AGGREGATE_IDOCS

can build up for the new format ???

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    Posted on Aug 20, 2007 at 02:30 PM

    Hello Christian,

    I have the same problem.

    I should implement the aggregation for ULTMID 4.0a.

    Could you please tell me how you've solved the problem.

    I know, that there are BADI's method, where you can

    intervene the aggregation of the idoc's.

    But the problem is there are just following basis-processes available:

    co_expprofile(12) TYPE c VALUE 'EXPPROFILE',

    co_inv_out(12) TYPE c VALUE 'INV_OUT',

    co_expremadv(12) TYPE c VALUE 'EXPREMADV',

    co_expresswt(12) TYPE c VALUE 'EXPRESSWT',

    co_expreqswt(12) type c value 'EXPREQSWT',

    But I need Idoc aggregation for basis-process: CHCD_OUT.

    Is this the wrong way?

    Do I have to develop my own programm?

    Thanks a lot

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    Posted on Jul 27, 2007 at 07:41 AM

    solved

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