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Material master mapping

Hi Experts!

I am working on a scenario in which I have to add few fields in the MDM material master business content.Request your suggestion regarding the following:

These extra fields are there in the standard Idoc available but they are not in standard business content,so what all will change if I include all those fields into my repository.

1.For import

2.For syndication

Thanks,

Ravz

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    Posted on Oct 12, 2010 at 04:53 AM

    Hi,

    you need to identify field type for e.g. text,integer lookup flat etc. create field and table according to MDM repository based upon in which segment this field are lying in standard IDOC for e.g. MARC-HERBL then add this HERBL(Country of manufacture) under Location Data (Qualified table on MDM Repository)

    For import & syndication map : open existing map if any and map one to one new fields according to standard to IDOC and save

    Thanks,

    Jignesh Patel

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      Hi,

      I have one doubt in my mind please guide,are all the master data fields available in ECC for material creation under various views also available in MATMAS Idoc?

      Yes, All master data fields are available in ECC as per SAP standered for all various views and SAP provide respective XSD schema for MDM mainly MATMAS05 schema if some of the fields are not cover as per business requiremment you can use different IDOC type like MATMAS_BAPI01,MATMAS_BAPI02,MATMAS_BAPI03, MATTMAS_MASS_BAPI01, MATMAS_MASS_BAPI02, MATMAS_MASS_BAPI03, MATMAS01, MATMAS02, MATMAS03, MATMAS04, MATMAS05 from ECC and genrate XSD schema for MDM

      Thanks,

      Jignesh Patel

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