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XI30 - Value Mapping Group ?

Hi,

Inside XI, I need to create several conversions.

I want to use a "Value Mapping" and not a "FixValue".

I succeed with a simple test with a value mapping...

But as I need to create about 30 value mappings, I need to know exactly what is a "value mapping group" in order to integrate it correctly?

<u>Example of conversion table</u>: UnitMeasurement (like table T006B of R/3)

<u>Source | Target</u>

Unit1 | U1

Unit2 | U2

... | ...

Unitn | Un

Currently inside XI30, I have created this value mapping:

Source Agency: BS_PC (Business System for PC)

Source Scheme: UnitMeasurement

Target Agency: BS_R3 (Business System for R/3)

Target Scheme: UnitMeasurement

<u>Source Value | Target value | Group name</u>

Unit1 | U1 |

Unit2 | U2 |

... | ... |

Unitn | Un |

Thanks.

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  • Posted on Jan 05, 2005 at 02:11 PM

    A Value Mapping Group helps you to keep values of different systems together and it is useful, when you want to maintain values for three or more business systems.

    Example: You have three business systems A B C and have different values for Company Code in each system

    A B C

    0001 T100 A-01

    0002 T200 A-02

    0003 T300 A-03

    Now you can maintain the values as pair of agencies:

    A B Group Name

    0001 T100 T100

    0002 T200 T200

    0003 T300 T300

    And you can maintain the values belonging to the same group:

    A 0001

    B T100

    C A-01

    You need not maintain values for groups, so leave it empty, when you have only two different columns of values.

    Regards

    Stefan

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