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Assigning new InfoObj to InfoSource

Dear All,

at InfoSource level I'm trying to add a new InfoObj that DOES NOT belong to the datasource.

We did the following steps:

1. We added that InfoObj to the Communication Structure (right click on our infosource -> context menu -> change)

2. In the transfer structure we tried to assign to that InfoObj the transfer rule but from the list of available InfoObj it does not appear our needed InfoObj

Is there any step that we missed in the above process?

Thank you in advance.

Regards,

R.C.

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    Posted on Jan 11, 2005 at 09:05 AM

    Roberto,

    did you activate your enhanced communication structure ?

    After the activation you should see your new infobject not mapped in your transfer rules...

    Are you talking about a transactional infosource ?

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      Roberto,

      your scenario is different from the original one descibed before !!!

      However....put your 0COUNTRY in your ODS in data field section.

      In update rules, create a routine for 0COUNTRY with:

      TABLES /BI0/PCUSTOMER.

      DATA VA_COUNTRY LIKE /BI0/PCUSTOMER-COUNTRY.

      CLEAR VA_COUNTRY.

      SELECT SINGLE * FROM /BI0/PCUSTOMER WHERE

      CUSTOMER = COMM_STRUCTURE-CUSTOMER.

      IF SY-SUBRC = 0.

      VA_COUNTRY = /BI0/PCUSTOMER-COUNTRY.

      ENDIF.

      RESULT = VA_COUNTRY.

      Hope it helps.

      Bye,

      Roberto

      (Accenture you too ?!)

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