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ES_MM_XI_Content.tpz

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I have ES_MM_XI_Content.tpz file. How to upload this file into PI 7.1 EHP

This is my requirement.

Import XI repository and design object ES_MM_XI_Content.tpz.

This file contains:

- All RFC and IDoc metadata required for the integration

- XI repository objects for SAP E-Sourcing master data integration

- All data type, message type, interface type, and mapping objects needed for SAP ESourcing

process integration

Thanks

mgreddy

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    Posted on Oct 06, 2010 at 06:16 PM

    Hi,

    The easiest way will be import it using the file system. first place the .tpz file in ..../xi/repository_server/import directory of your PI system. Then go to integration repository - tools -> import design objects. this will import that tpz file with all its contents to IR.

    we have been doing this frquently in PI70. i hope it should work in 71 as well.

    check this link for details-

    http://help.sap.com/saphelp_nw04/helpdata/en/a8/5e56006c17e748a68bb3843ed5aab8/content.htm

    the complete path of import directory is /sapmnt/<SID>/global/xi/repository_server/import

    regards,

    francis

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    Posted on Oct 08, 2010 at 10:24 AM

    Hi Francis

    Thanks a lot for giving me a solution to upload .tpz file into PI system.

    Thanks & Regards

    M G REDDY

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