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By Jaya Vani Bheemarasetti, YASH Technologies
A Business Scenario:
a company that has 10 plants manufacturing the material MAT01. The material
master data is maintained in the central SAP system for all 10 plants. The
material MAT01 has an MRP view for each plant. If we distribute this material
with MRP views, including the ones for other plants. When the number of
materials exchanged between the systems is large and very frequent, this
approach can be an unnecessary waste of network resources and can be undesirable
from a business point of view.
technique of filtering at the IDoc level enables to send a subset of data that
is relevant for a receiving system. The system provides several filter objects
for each message type to filter data. We have to choose the appropriate filter
for our business needs and add it to our distribution model.
Maintain the Following Configurations:
Step 1 : Port Definition: T.code WE21.
2: Partner Profile: T.code WE20
Double click on the Message Type MATMAS and enter Message type, Receiver port,
Pack size, basic type and select the radio button
“Transfer IDOC immed. “
Step 3: Distribution
Model View: T.code BD64
There are no filtering objects
attached to the Distribution model.
The actual process is whenever a
mater IDoc is created, the IDoc consults the distribution model and determines
whether any filter objects are specified for a receiver. If so, the value in the
filter object is compared to values in the master IDoc’s data record. If the
values do not match, the data record is dropped.
To test the scenario, go to BD10
to send a material and here give the Message type and Partner system Logical
name and execute.
Here is the IDoc generated
before applying filtering object.
For IDOC Filtration we have to search for a suitable filtering object in transaction BD59.
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