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MDG-M DIF: XML IDoc conversion: No known segments identified

Hi All,

I am trying to load material data from XML file using DIF. The file from application server is read, and message type has also been identified. But I am getting the error "XML IDoc conversion: No known segments identified". I have gone through the posts in which similar problem had been discussed. My issue still remains. I have mapped all the segments and the required fields in my XML document. I doubt the sender and receiver details in my XML file. I did the following steps for sender and receiver

1) Created sender and receiver in IDX1.

Use transaction IDX1 to create two ports in the IDoc adapter, one for sending and the other for receiving. Enter the port, client, description, and RFC destination for each port. Both ports should have the RFC destination of the MDG hub. Check that the port names match the names in your IDoc-XML file for the SNDPOR and RCVPOR.

2) In WE21 tcode created both the sender and receiver ports mentioned in step 1.

In transactionWE21enter the receiver XML port using the same name as in step 1 above.
Enter the port name under the folder XML File, and enter a description and a
physical directory. In the function module field enter EDI_PATH_CREATE_CLIENT_DOCNUM. On theOutbound:Triggertab, in
the RFC destination field, enterLOCAL_EXEC.

3) Created logical system for sender and receiver in SALE tcode

4) I have maintained distribution model in tcode BD64. with sender and receiver and message type MATMAS.

5) Created partner profiles in WE20 for receiver and sender with the port

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