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R3 to File with integration process- need help

Hi all,

Can you please help me with the steps involved for the following scenario:

IDOC(R/3) to XI(integration mapping is done here) then to file.

I have selected an idoc (MATMAS).

I have created a business systems (R/3)

I want only few fields from R/3(MATMAS) to send to file. So, I do the mapping in integration process.

In the config, I don't know how to link this thro' integration process.

Can anyone please help me with the steps.

I appreciate all your efforts.

Thanks

felix.

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    Posted on Feb 09, 2005 at 04:40 AM

    Felix, you can implement ur scenario without an Integration Process(IP) as well. However, since ur intention is to use an IP ere , you will require two flows, One where in R/3 is sender & IP is receiver. Have a receive step in IP(an Abstract interface to receive IDOC), then a transformation step in IP(interface mapping that will help transform IDOC to ur FILE structure). Now IP becomes the sender(have a send step in IP and choose the Abstract interface defined for ur FILE structure) & another Business System / Business Service under which you defined ur File adapter becomes the reciever system. As a whole, you require two receiver determinations, two interface determinations, One receiver agreement(where u refer to ur File Comm Channel) , and another receiver agreement(for the IDOC receiver channel, if u intend to send ALE Audit messages back to R/3 from XI).

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    Saravana

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