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IDOC Mapping

Hello, I'm having trouble getting started with Mapping of field values.

I'm exchanging IDOCs COELEM between 2 SAP-Systems (Core / IS-U) via XI. (via XI, because some IDOCs need to be duplicated and some field-values have to be translated.)

I need a very simple (?) mapping like if Field KOKRS = 4711 in inbound IDOC, then set field KOKRS = 4712, KATYP = XY in the outbound IDOC.

Until now, I havn't imported the structure of the IDOC in the Integration builder (Design), I'm clueless, whether I have to create my own software component for it or I can load it from SLD?

Can somebody please give me advise, or direct me to a documentation? I've tried with the XI configuration guide, the XI Documentation and Online help and didn't really get it.

Thanks for any help, Kathrin!

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    Posted on Jun 22, 2004 at 07:14 AM

    Hello Kathrin,

    In order to create message mappings based on IDoc structures, you have to do the following:

    1. Create a Software Component in your SLD

    2. Import the Software Component Version to your Repository

    3. Double-click on the Software Component Version to maintain the logon data of the SAP system from which you want to import your IDoc structure

    4. Save your Software Component Version. A new item will show up: "Imported Objects"

    5. Right-click on item "IDocs" to import your IDoc structure from the relevant SAP system.

    Best regards

    Joachim

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Rob,

      SAP Best Practise suggests to always develop in customer Product/Component. This eliminates the possibility customer development being overwritten by new SAP content. Hence you should create a Third Party Product prior to development in the IR.

      Hope this helps.

      Homiar.

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