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Change Pointer on Custom IDoc

Hi Experts,

We have a requirement where we need to send the HR Data from SAP to Legacy system thorugh PI.

In this interface, we have to send only changed and newly created Employees to Legacy system. For this we are using change pointers which will capture all the changes.

No standard idoc is available which can suffice our requiremen; so we have created a custom IDoc and enabled change pointers on it.

However, due to some reason changes are not getting captured in Change Pointer table. I tried creating new employee from transaction PA40 and also tried changing the employee from PA30 but still no luck.

Steps I followed:

1. Created custom segment (transaction WE31).

2. Created custom IDoc type (transcation WE30).

3. Created new message type (transaction WE81).

4. Linked Message type with IDoc type (transaction WE 82).

5. Activated Change Pointer globally (transaction WE60).

6. Enabled Change Pointer Globaly (transaction BD61).

7. Enabled Change Pointer for Custom Message Type (transaction BD50).

8. Created Partner Profile in WE20

9. Created Distribution model in Transaction BD64.

10. Changed employee from transction PA30.

I am not sure if there is some other setting that needs to be done for enabling Change Pointers.

Any help will be highly appreciated.

Regards,

Varun

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    Posted on Jan 28, 2010 at 11:25 AM

    Hi,

    >>>In this interface, we have to send only changed and newly created Employees to Legacy system. For this we are using change pointers which will capture all the changes.

    No standard idoc is available which can suffice our requiremen; so we have created a custom IDoc and enabled change pointers on it.

    what about HRMD_ABA ?

    standard idoc for sending employees from SAP ?

    everything is in standard with it

    Regards,

    Michal Krawczyk

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