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Message Mapping Error

Hello Experts,

I have created my Datatype, MessageType based on my Data Type, and Service Interface based on Message Type.

The Problem in when i test my Message Mapping i do not get an Output in the ESB.

Another Query is, how do i make my message type or Datatype based on external defination, which i have imported as XSD for MATMAS05.

Regards,

Abhishek

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    Posted on Dec 22, 2011 at 07:06 AM

    Hi,

    Another Query is, how do i make my message type or Datatype 
    based on external defination, which i have imported as XSD for

    When you have your XSD which is your external definition, it basically is your Message Type, you can directly use them as interface. But it requires to define the interface and include this XSD and maked Inbound, outbound...

    In simple terms XSD is your ready-made message type.

    I have created my Datatype, MessageType based on my 
    Data Type, and Service Interface based on Message Type.
    The Problem in when i test my Message Mapping i do not get an
    Output in the ESB.

    >>>> The above might be because you might not have mapped the root nodes or some basic mapping error!

    Regards

    Ramesh

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    Posted on Dec 22, 2011 at 07:04 AM

    hi,

    Another Query is, how do i make my message type or Datatype based on external defination, which i have imported as XSD for MATMAS05.

    1.if you have MATMAS idoc

    open MATAMS idoc -> click on XSD -> Export XSD

    2.

    step1: Clcik on External Definition in interface objects then import xsd what was you exported MATAMS IDOC in before step

    set2: in service interface , you have to select "External Message" from message type .

    dont need to create message type or Datatype when you will use XSD.

    thanks,

    Edited by: bhavanisankar.solasu on Dec 22, 2011 8:09 AM

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