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IDOCs missing in XI

Dear MDM Gurus,

I've imported the MDM business 5.5 content to the XI, create the mapping and ALE settings, and I like to send MATMAS IDOC from ECC 6.0 to MDM with mdm_clnt_extr. But on XI side the standard logistic idocs is missing like BOMMAT04, ECMMAS02, CREMDM04, DEBMDM06, DOCMAS04, MATMAS05, etc. The ECC system cant' send the idoc because the other side the idoc schema is missing. Perhaps I have forgot to install some add-on or other component?

Regards

Almos Paksi

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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Dec 03, 2007 at 10:05 AM

    Hi Almos,

    When you import MDM business 5.5 contents in IR, it comes without Imported Objects.

    If you want to use standard XSLT mappings, u can copy it to ur namespace & use it.

    What u need to do is:

    Copy proper Imported Archive from MDM BUSINESS CONTENT 5.5 to ur namespace.

    Import Required IDOC from ECC 6.0 system to ur namespace.

    & then apply this copied XSLT mapping.

    Hope this is clear to u.

    If u want some help u can ask.

    Thanks,

    Maheshwari.

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    • Former Member

      Dear Maheshwari,

      Thanks for your response. I just would like to extract like the standard method (mdm_clnt_extr).

      Would you be so kind to write me down how make these steps:

      "Copy proper Imported Archive from MDM BUSINESS CONTENT 5.5 to ur namespace.

      Import Required IDOC from ECC 6.0 system to ur namespace.

      & then apply this copied XSLT mapping."

      Thanks and Regards

      Almos

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