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XI30 - Value Mapping - Several data

Hi,

See My previous topic "XI30 - Value Mapping Group"...

<i>(I don't want to use "FixValue".)</i>

I want to create a value mapping like a conversion table for Unit measurement. But inside it, I cannot define several source values for a same target value.

Example:

Source (PC) | Target (R3)

-


Kg | KGM

ST | <b>PCE</b>

Stuck | <b>PCE</b>

Inside a value mapping, I don't find a solution in order to have twice the same value (<b>PCE</b>) for an Agency.

Have you a solution?

Thanks.

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  • Posted on Dec 29, 2004 at 05:21 PM

    As the value mapping is designed for working in both directions, it is not possible to map different values on one side to the same value on the other side.

    A work around could be adding for every entry a prefix like:

    Source (PC) | Target (R3)

    -


    Kg | 1_KGM

    ST | 1_PCE

    Stuck | 2_PCE

    in the graphical mapping tool add a string function to remove the prefix.

    Regards

    Stefan

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      I saw for both directions... but in the other one (from R3 to PC) I thank there is something like "If there are several possible entries, then take the first found" or somethink like "among all possible entries, define ONE priority value"... It's not the case.

      I study your tip in order to use my value mapping in both directions (compare to a table created inside R/3 and called by an RFC inside my BPM).

      Thanks.

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