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Email Attachment to iDoc

Hi All,

I have a very interesting requirement and need help to complete the interface.

Requirement

1. Pickup the Email Attachment (attachment contains ORDERS05 XML)

2. Do the mapping (ORDRES05 -


> ORDERS05 with minor changes)

3. Send the iDoc to an ERP System.

AND

1. Pickup the Email Attachment (attachment contains ORDERS05 XML)

2. Send the Attachment along with the same file name to the FTP Server.

Can somebody please help me in this.

Thanks,

Iqbal

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    Posted on Nov 24, 2011 at 08:27 PM

    Hi,

    please use search to know to how to get attachment of email. There are several blogs / wiki...

    After that, you flow is basic: 1 sender & 2 receivers: ECC + file FTP server.

    So something like that:

    1 sender agreement: your email with attachment.

    1 Receiver determination, on which you have your 2 receivers:

    1 sender email with Data in attachment --> Mapping (*) --> IDoc ORDERS05 to ECC

    1 sender email with Data in attachment --> no mapping (**) --> XML file to a file FTP server.

    (*) mapping: Email's attachment -> IDoc, and ECC as a receiver N°1

    (**) no mapping as your target XML file which look like the email's attachment file.

    regards.

    Mickael

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