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Automatic Master Data distribution using the change pointers for Material Master Data
By Rahul Manoj Mahajan, John Deere India Pvt. Ltd.
This article will describe in detail how to distribute the master
data automatically and how to create and active the change pointers using IDOC.
In this article, we will take the example of material master data
with the message type as “MATMAS”.
Automatic Master Data distribution using IDOC.
Steps to be followed:
Step1: Activate the Change Pointers
Before we actually active the change pointers for
the message type through which we will be distributing the master data. To do
this, go to the transaction BD50 and
search for the Message type.
Since in this example we are considering the
Material Master data distribution, we will consider the message type “MATMAS”.
Please refer below screenshot.
Step2: Adding the Segment name and the fields which we want to be
In order to add the segment name and fields, we have the
transaction code BD66.
Click Ok. After that add the respective entry and save.
Step3: Create a
BATCH JOB which will trigger after every 15 minutes and distribute data via IDOC.
In order to create batch job, go to transaction SM36 and fill the
required fields as shown below.
After that set the “Start Condition” and the follow the
instruction. Please refer below screenshot for reference.
It will execute after every 15 mins and check if there are any
changes to the material master data using standard program RBDMIDOC.
In case you want to test your development changes without using the
batch job; please follow below steps. Once everything is working as expected;
activate the batch job and it will distribute the data.
Batch job will execute the REPORT RBDMIDOC (tcode BD21) for your
MESSAGE TYPE to create IDOC.
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