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IDoc Adapter - Logical System - File to IDOC configuration

I have a scenario reading a File ->XI->IDoc in R/3. I'm looking to have the control record parameter for SNDPRN reflect the Environment dealt with. I unchecked the 'Apply Control Record Values from Payload' & 'Take Sender from Payload' boxes but the problem I'm getting is that the system is reading from the business service (IDoc Adapter - Logical System) and feed it in the Partner Profile in the IDOC. This means that I should all the time redefine 3 this Logical System in config before transporting my scenario from DEV/QA/PRD. Any idea how I can avoid this kind of 'hardcode' ?

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  • Posted on Jan 30, 2008 at 09:37 PM

    Hi,

    >redefine 3 this Logical System in config before transporting my scenario from DEV/QA/PRD. Any idea how I can avoid this kind of 'hardcode' ?

    A User Defined Function will help you, Depending upon the Sender System you can direct

    Regards

    Agasthuri Doss

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      Hi,

      Why u r using three different LS can't u use only one LS and send all the IDOCs to same LS. That will ease ur task.

      Do let me know why u r going for three different LS.

      In the file r u getting any data which will help u to identify that this file is for which LS. IF that is the scenario then u can use the value mapping and based on the value which is coming in file u can map it to the IDOc filed which u have mentioned and in the configuration it will take the respective configuration.

      Thnx

      Chirag

  • Posted on Jan 31, 2008 at 08:31 AM

    Hi Charles,

    you should take the Logical System entry from SLD. Creating Bussiness Systems based on SLD has as well the advantage, that you can define transport targets in SLD, so you avoid any problem by transporting IB Directory objects from one level to the next. Business Services are only recommendable for test cases.

    Regards,

    Udo

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