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doubt in sap teched -mdm 250exercise - step 5 ( page 5 in the document)

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i am preparing for mdm 250 _ exercise of the sap teched mdm document , where in step 5 its shown that , we can either upload the ports and check tables data or we can mainintain manually . its told that , the easy way is to upload the ports and check tables data by using the tab "upload ports and check tables " ,

so now my doubt is if i want to upload that ports and check tables data using that particular tab , where do i get that text file .

in the teched the document used was -


"MDMGX_BuPa.txt"

please help , how can i get this file to upload ....

thanks in advance

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    Posted on Feb 01, 2008 at 06:09 AM

    Hi Akhil,

    I dont know where can you get that file............. File can create it for urself.

    Bcoz u know name of ur ports & Systems Objects.

    It just a text file ( I think tab delimited).

    Thanks,

    Maheshwari.

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    Posted on Feb 01, 2008 at 07:40 AM

    Hi Akhil,

    that txt file contains the code.it is like a repot which we create by abap code.

    I think but not sure that this file you have to create your own to your specific ports by taking help of any standard report file then you can upload this file by using the option.

    other wise go for the option as "Maintain ports and check table", there you can create manually and it is very easy to do insteed of making a abap report.

    you can define your own object and in that perticulat object you can create your own ports according to your requirement and then generate the XSD for perticular object and the same you can use in your repository while creating ports.

    I hope this will help you.

    TNR,

    Saurabh...

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