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Conversion of IDOC's to XML format
By Suresh Parvathaneni and Narasimha Motupalli
This Tutorial details about the step by step in conversion of IDOCs to XML
format for further use in XI or any other application. It is assumed that the
reader of this Tutorial has some knowledge in ALE, IDOCs and Change Pointers.
Scenario: Conversion of the Material IDOC
(Message type: MATMAS) to XML format and store the same in the application
server of SAP®.
Change pointers are used for sending IDOCs for master data like Material
Master. To work with Change pointers, following two steps have to be performed:
To do the above configurations:
TCode: SALE --> IDOC Interface / Application Link Enabling (SALE)
--> Modeling and implementing Business Processes --> Master Data
Distribution --> Replication of Master Data
ALE Configuration Steps:
Here directory is the path on the application server. The Function Module is
used for file naming conventions. Any of the SAP® provided function modules could
be used for this (Use F4 help to check on this) or create any custom function
module for any other naming conventions.
In the outbound trigger tab, mention the RFC destination created earlier.
Test the above scenario by creating a material using MM01. An XML file would
have been created in the directory specified in the XML port. The file could be
downloaded onto the front-end system using the transaction CG3Y.
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