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Creating idoc,downloading them in flat-files,sending them in zipped form

Hi Friends,

Presently I have a requirement regarding creation of WPDBBY idocs, downloading them in flat files and sending the files in zipped form to the user.

1. In the first program bonusbuy records have to be fetched which have been created/changed during the selection period. for every selected bonusbuy record transaction WPMA is executed which will create an WPDBBY Idoc for the Bonusbuy.

2. In the second program the idocs created are taken as input. first all deletion idocs are sorted. A deletion idoc can be recognized because it only has one segment (E1WPBB01) and in this segment the field AENDKENNZ equals DELE. For every idoc a file is created The name of this file is determined via the Logical file from the selection screen, with a sequence number. It is then saved. All files are zipped en send. After processing of the Idocs, the Idoc status is changed to u201818u2019.

If any of you have information about how to do this then pls tell me. I will definitely reward points for your heplful answers. Thanks!

Regards,

Abhishek

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  • Posted on Jul 06, 2008 at 08:20 PM

    Hello Abishek

    To create flat-files from your IDocs you just need to send them to a FILE port (WE21).

    Regards

    Uwe

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    Posted on Aug 14, 2008 at 11:27 AM

    it is solved now. some other issues were there.

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