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Find Valuemap and FixValuemap in Graphical Mapping

HI,

i´m looking for all Value and FixValuemappings in our MessageMappings with the use of the Text-Preview Window(search for ...). It´s very tough and need a lot of time to find all objects.

Is there another way to find Valuemapping or FixValuemappings in the MessageMappings ?

Thx,

G0rdon

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  • Posted on Nov 23, 2007 at 10:39 AM

    the easy way is to go to the fucntions list in the bottom corner of the mapping page. browse to the required function (boolean, text etc) and right click the same. then click the where used list.

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    Posted on Nov 23, 2007 at 10:46 AM

    Hi

    Fix values are part of your mapping object....if you want to change/add/delete..the object has to be changed and moved across your landscape.

    FixValues you save up the value in your Integration repository itself. This provides a problem when you want to change the values in the production environment as you need to go to the mapping and change the value.

    In value mapping, you save up the values in the Integration Directory and so this provides for an environment indepent way of using values.

    In value mapping you use the mapping program

    for Value Mapping Maintained In the integration directory and the Fix values function available under Conversion function in the graphical mapping.

    <b>if still dout you must have to go via this pdf</b>

    https://www.sdn.sap.com/irj/servlet/prt/portal/prtroot/docs/library/uuid/9202d890-0201-0010-1588-adb5e89a6638

    Thanks!!!

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