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Initially Export All Employees with iDocs

Hi, I have successfully configured our SAP system to export iDocs when the HR master data is altered. I was wondering two things however.

1) When running this background process initially on a separate client export all current employees in HR master data?

2) If question 1 is false, then how do I automate that process?

I know you can send out iDocs manually through t-code PFAL, but is there a way to send out a group of HR accounts instead of just one at a time?

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    Posted on Jul 22, 2008 at 02:07 AM

    Hi Mark Lee,

    You can use background process to upload the data.

    Please check this path

    Schedule this variant as a background job:

    Choose SAP menu ---> Tools ---> IDoc Interface/ALE ---> Administration ---> Services ---> Periodic Jobs ---> Outbound / Inbound .

    Best regards,


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      I know all of this already. My question is how do I make the change pointers export all the information when it is freshly installed on a system that has previous HR data already entered. This means that I am trying to initially populate my 3rd party server/application with the current data of SAP HR WITHOUT having to manually change/create each entry.

      I don't know if you two are saying that it will already do this, but I have already successfully configured SAP HR to produce iDocs using the background process RBDMIDOC. I just need to know if it will work for information that is entered before this process is created as a repeating job WITHOUT changing the data one by one.

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