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unmapped fields in the message mapping

Hi guys,

I have mapped an custom XML message to RFC request message generated by XI from R/3 in the message mapping (graphic tool in XI).

when I tried to actiate it, it always complains that some fields haven't been mapped. I checked the definition of RFC request XML message and found that the occurrence of all these fields are 0..1 (optional).

Any way to workaround this? It seems to me very illogical.

Thanks

Tom

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  • Posted on Jun 08, 2004 at 09:39 AM

    Hi Tom,

    I have the same problem. Only white or green icons and still am not able to compile the mapping. This is unbearable for Idoc's with hundreds of fields when I only want to map a few. Did you solve the problem already?

    Thanks,

    Nuno

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    Posted on Jun 08, 2004 at 11:03 AM

    Hi Tom,

    Do you mean that ALL elements in RFC request xml are optional and the mapping tool still complains about unmapped nodes? I would advise to expand the whole tree so that you can see all nodes and carefully check if there are red icons somewhere. It might be that in your version(btw, what is your version of XI?) mapping tool does not show that some node in substructure of certain collapsed node is obligatory and still not mapped.

    Regards,

    Alexey

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  • Posted on Jun 14, 2004 at 04:40 PM

    It works!!!

    Thanks,

    Nuno

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