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Uploading CC statement (.vcf format) into SAP system(.ccd format) using PI

Dear Experts,

I have a requirement where I need to update the credit card details of an employee into SAP system.

I get Credit card statement of the person from the bank in .vcf format. This is not compatible with SAP and thus to be converted to .ccd format (which is the only format supported by the SAP system).

Can I handle this scenario using SAP PI?

How can I get the data in .vcf format and convert it into .ccd format in PI?

If this is possible kindly guide me through the process steps for this scenario.

Thanks and Regards,

Bhargavi.

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  • Posted on Jul 30, 2012 at 03:41 PM

    >How can I get the data in .vcf format and convert it into .ccd format in PI?

    You can try doing file to proxy scenario. On the file sender side use content conversion. First you might have to convert the .vcf to csv using the below link or some freeware tool like one below

    http://download.cnet.com/1770-20_4-0.html?query=vcf+to+csv&searchtype=downloads

    YOu can use fcc sender and refer SCN for plenty of information related to blogs and threads.

    refer this site for fcc sender structure

    http://www.riyaz.net/sap/xipi-file-content-conversion-for-complex-structures/79/

    Use server proxy on the sap side to save it on the backend system. Or you can do idoc too.

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