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FCC to IDOC splitting

Hi all,

File content conversion to IDOC (orders05) scenario

Data in flat file will be like:

Header,LineItem,LineItem,notetype,notetype.....,Header,LineItem,LineItemnotetype,notetype,.....,Header,LineItem,LineItem,notetype,notetype.....

I want to split the Idoc Based on header ( if we have n number of headers, then we need to create n idocs)

I tried Header --> Remove context --> Idoc and

Header --> Remove Context --> split by each value -->idoc

Please give the solution for this.

Please help

Regards,

Tanuja

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  • Posted on Nov 23, 2012 at 12:10 AM

    Hi Tanuja,

    Please change the occurrence of the IDoc and use as an External Definition in your message mapping, not as an Imported Object. Please check the below blog, it will explain everything:

    Changing the Occurrences of Standard IDOC

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    Posted on Nov 22, 2012 at 08:02 PM

    Hi.

    Have you change the ocurrence of IDOC for multiple times?

    Regards

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    Posted on Nov 23, 2012 at 09:53 AM

    hi ,

    mapping logic is correct "Header --> Remove Context --> split by each value -->idoc" and u follow above posts because you are using standard idoc and idoc occurence always 1 so need to change occurence 1 to Unbound

    first we need to import idoc on desktop then change idoc occurence 1 to unbound .

    second step is u have to create external message by using external defination then call in mapping .


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