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How to pass RFC fields into xml string

Hello Friends,

I am working on a SFDC integration with SAP R/3.

On source side I am using RFC (I have three rfcs master,customer,sales.) to trigger sap data and on receiver side it is enterprise wsdl.

rfc is having many fields like knnur,bukrs,name1etc and on target side wsdl (request) is having two fields only i.e. master type and xmlfilestring.

In mastertype field it should have which type of rfc it is like master,customer or sales and in xmlfilestring it should have the rfc fields(payload).

Can any one suggest how to pass these all rfc fields into xmlfilestring fields.

do i need to do java mapping or udf can help?

If any one have blog or code then it will help alot.

Regards,

Jayesh.

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    Posted on May 16, 2011 at 05:55 AM

    if you are on PI 7.1 then , the blog link rahul will solve your req

    elase you have to write XSLT mapping or JAVA mapping.

    Regards,

    Raj

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    Posted on May 16, 2011 at 05:30 AM

    Hello,

    Check the below mentioned blogs:

    /people/jyothi.anagani/blog/2010/06/17/convert-the-input-xml-to-string-in-pi-71-using-standard-graphical-mapping

    /people/michal.krawczyk2/blog/2005/11/01/xi-xml-node-into-a-string-with-graphical-mapping

    -Rahul

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    Posted on Jul 01, 2011 at 11:40 AM

    Tnx

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