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Tunnelling in IDOC To IDOC and payload size

Hi XI Experts,

We runned in a PI 7.0 SP13 an IDOC To IDOc scenario with non conversion XML (Tunnelling with IDOC/XML_CONVERSION parameter set). Refer to Michal Krawczyk blog : /people/michal.krawczyk2/blog/2005/11/21/xi-idoc-to-idoc-tunneling--how-fast-and-easy-can-you-get

All seems good : payload in message monitoring is flagged as 'application/x-sap.idoc.bin' et scenario works fine.

But we have 2 questions :

Q1 : in monitoring, payload document is displaied in right bottom window like XML representation....like an XML-converted document.

Q2 : value parameter 'SIZE_PAYLOAD' in message with non conversion XML is greater than....in conversion XML ?!?....

Thanks for yours responses.

Etienne

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    Posted on Jan 24, 2008 at 11:12 AM

    Hi

    Please find here with you the clarification,

    *Q1 : in monitoring, payload document is displaied in right bottom window like XML representation....like an XML-converted document.

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    the value is set to XML_CONVERSION parameter to value 2

    a) 0 - Every IDoc is saved as a table; no IDoc-XML conversion

    b) 1 - Every IDoc is converted to IDoc-XML

    c) 2 - An IDoc is converted to IDoc-XML if requested by the service

    Here the IDOC is internally be treated as IDOC-XML as you would be using the Business systems with SAP. And it depends upon the services.

    Q2 : value parameter 'SIZE_PAYLOAD' in message with non conversion XML is greater than....in conversion XML ?!?....

    The SIZE_PAYLOAD will be always more with non-conversion XML includes the header details also..(I am not sure with it).

    Its better that you copy the XML Payload and save on local PC. Then check with its size.

    thanks

    Swarup

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