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How do I confirm ITS flow logic exists?

Hi Guys,

We are upgrading from R/3 4.6C to ECC6.0. The old ITS 2 applications one on ITS 6.2 and another ITS 2.0.

We are having difficulty in finding out/confirming if there is a ITS flow logic involved in the stand alone ITS. This will tell us what kind of effort is needed. I have gone thru forums where they have very good info on how to migrate and what needs to be done if one has flow logic.

My question I do not know if there is ITS flow logic OR how do I confirm if ITS flow logic was involved in the development. What do I need to look at? I looked at <flow> kind of searches in HTML pages...not found...I looked at the ".flow" files...not found.

Since I do not have this background, would appreciate if anyone can point me in the rigth direction...maybe I missed some good documents on SDN?

Any inputs appreciated.



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    Posted on Sep 18, 2007 at 10:37 PM

    Hello Anand,

    One of the easiest ways to determine if an ITS service is flow logic is to look at the service files. If the .srvc file contains the line:

    ~xgateway sapxginet

    then it is flow logic. The .srvc files are text files so can be searched using Windows Explorer or viewed with Notepad.

    Best regards,


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      Hi Edgar,

      I did look at the .srvc file and one of them has sapxginet against the line for ~xgateway, along with other params.

      This is one step closer. Thanks for this info.

      Is there any other place like a HTML side or otherwise where the ITS flow logic will also be evident. My next step is to see to what degree it has been used.



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