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Send multiple lines to a function in SAP

Hi all,

I am working with FTP to RFC scenario.

My incoming file has multiple lines as:

<i>

Line1

line2

line3

...</i>

I have imported the RFC structure from SAP and this structure looks like:

<i>

ZINTPRUEBA1

STRCSIMPLE

item type: ZSTRCSIMPLE

CAMPO1 type: xsd:string

</i>

where STRCSIMPLE is a table of type:ZSTRCSIMPLE that contains only one field. That is, a table of one column.

What i want to do is to send multiple lines and fill this table. If i execute the interface, i can see in the MONI that XI mapping is OK and there is no error in the IE and AE. BUT in SAP, there is only ONE EMPTY field after that.

Do you have any idea about what may be happening here?

Thanks in adavance and kind regards,

david

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    Posted on Sep 20, 2007 at 06:23 PM

    You said XI mapping is OK..you mean mapping output is OK or mapping executed without error.

    If mapping output is as you are expecting then you should be getting correct data in R/3..If mapping output is good and not coming to R/3 correctly, try to reimport that RFC and see.

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    Posted on Sep 20, 2007 at 07:42 PM

    David,

    I fear you may have a content conversion problem. Can you send the structure of the input message type?

    Regards,

    Arvind R

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