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How can i add a field to exsit IDOC Segment(Created by change pointers)

Hi all.

Now i have a problem in IDOC data generated. Our customer use change pointers in Master Data change. We assign a message type to the change pointers.But now they find the segment "E1KONH" doesn't have a field that exsits in table "KONH".

So they want to add this field to the exists E1KONH. I don't know how to do it. I find some infomation in this bbs but I could not change the E1KONH now. Who can help me to find the solution. If the process is step by step that's best.

And my own solution is the follow:

1.I create a new Segment in we31. as ZVADAT

2.I Create a new Object type in WE30 as extension type. as ZE1KOMG

3.add the ZVADAT in the exist Segment E1KONH.

4.Add the ZVADAT in message type in WE82.

5.Change the Partner message master in WE20 to change the basic type.

6.Then .... what should i do? to change the FM in user exit? Please give me the advice.

If the process is correct and what should i do in the receive system?

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    Posted on Nov 30, 2007 at 06:21 PM

    You have to extend the existing segment to add the new field using transaction WE30. Once you extend then

    Transaction: WE31

    Segment type: ZXXXXXX

    Path: Edit --> Set release

    Assign Basic type to extension / messages

    Transaction: WE82

    Click on Change Icon then New Entries button

    Select your XXXXX Message type against YYYYYY Basic type.

    Reward if it is useful.



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