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FI documents - IDocs or RFBIBL00 ?

From a user's perspective which is easier to use?

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    Posted on Feb 15, 2005 at 12:12 PM

    Hi Raynald,

    it depends on qty of documents:

    if qty > 1000/interface i'll prefer RFBIBL00 DI

    we've nearly 50.000 documents per day, so we normally use DI ! I think idocs are complexer than RFBIBL00.

    And what's about idoc and bulk processing

    is it possible at all for an interface with 10000 invoices ?

    regards Andreas

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  • Posted on Feb 14, 2005 at 03:29 AM


    I am not sure whether I've answered your question. But,

    1. The method of Data Migration adopted depends on the requirement. I would rather prefer the program RFBIBL00 if it suffices my requirement considering all the fields to be migrated.

    2. The IDoc method is more complex. The error analysis becomes tedious in case of many failure. More over the Field mappings are quite complex when compared to the Prg. RFBIBL00.

    Hope this helps you.

    Regards, Murugesh AS

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    • Hello,

      You are right. I think you've already made an analysis of the field mappings and found out that Direct Input / Batch Input program will fulfill your reqmt. If so, this is the best way of data migration as far as I know since error handling / analysis become simple when compared with IDoc method.

      Hope this answers your query

      Regards, Murugesh AS

  • Posted on Feb 15, 2005 at 12:48 PM

    Raynald LaGuerre:

    We also had same problem previously on performance, If you talking in performance point of view LSMW IDOC menthod is very slow than remains.If you want give Optimised solution to user use BAPI Fun. Module <b>BAPI_ACC_GL_POSTING_POST</b> in your own program. Even development is simple.


    Suresh Babu Karanam

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