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B2B addon - EDIFICE - how to setup CC to use custom xsd for translation?

Dear Experts,

We have a situation where the existing incoming EDI file (SLSRPT) used by client is actually customized EDIFICE.

Running through existing EDI Separator Scenario, we hit the error saying missing segment for the xsd for SLSRPT (because the converter is using existing xsd of the SLSRPT provided by SAP)

So, in PI7.31 SP1, we have copied a version of the SLSRPT and customize the message.

The question now is, how do I setup the EDI Separator in the communication channel to use the my custom xsd message to translate the incoming EDI file into corresponding XML?

Thank you.

Regards,

Hanyean

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    Posted on May 16, 2013 at 03:46 PM

    Dear Hanyean,

    Is the problem solved in the meantime or does it still persist?

    Please note that you can modify the content, shipped by SAP.

    Afterwards, you need to import the modified XSD into your ESR and use it in your mapping and scenario.

    I also had the problem with compliance of SAP content with the message structure we use.

    http://scn.sap.com/community/b2b-integration/blog/2013/04/28/the-sap-pi-b2b-add-on-edi-capabilities-unveiled

    Kind regards,

    Dimitri

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    • Hi Hanyean,

      Good to hear you problem is solved.

      I guess you defined rules in the Control Key Scenario Association part. Doing this will fill up the relevant EDI tables.

      Indeed, you do not need to explicitly define any mapping in the EDI separator adapter. Only indicate the converter module (in case this is needed of course) and its parameters.

      Kind regards,

      Dimitri

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