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whether it can be implemented about idocs?

whether idocs can be parsed by non-sap program without connecting to SAP system?

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    Posted on Nov 23, 2004 at 01:29 PM

    Leslie,

    to partially answer your question:

    If the IDOC is in a java object or XML or fileformat that survives outside of the SAP environment then why would you not be able to parse it? So the answer to the question with these parameters is yes, you can parse it without a connection to SAP.

    Or does your question actually refer to the JCO.IDoc classes, if they can parse IDOC's without a connection to SAP? Don't know, but I am sure that someone else has tried this out.

    Cheers,

    Kalle

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      hmm, don't really understand what you are trying to achieve. Remember that IDOC is nothing more than a standardized (yes, created by SAP) document structure for communications between systems. Much like XML.

      So in the worst case scenario you could write your own custom IDoc parsers that would get the structure and content from SAP through the Jco.Idoc classes.

      Cheers,

      Kalle

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    Posted on Nov 25, 2004 at 01:39 AM

    In theory,writing a own idoc parser is feasible,but,the problem is you don't know the protocol of the idoc structure,now SAP only provide the jco.idoc classes to connect to SAP,to get the idoc structure info from the repository.

    I want to know whether there is somebody implement it with own idoc parser without connecting to SAP ?

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