ALE/IDoc Transactions

SALE Area Menu for ALE configurations.It includes transactions for
Logical System definition and linking it to a client, Transactions for
RFC Destination and Port Definition Etc.

SM59 RFC Destination
Here we specify the login settings for the destination including
the I.P address or Application Server name and the User name and
password.The information entered here is used to run Remote Function
Calls(RFC ) on the destination server .We can create number of types
of RFC Destinations but 3 types are important .
R/3 (R/3 to R/3), LS(logical system) and TCP/IP.
The name of the RFC destination should be same as that of Logical
System as it helps in creation of automatic partner profiles.

WE21 Port Definition.
There are 6 types of ports but only 2 types File and Transactional RFC
types of ports are important.
We have to specify the RFC Destination before a port can be created.

WE57 This is used to assign the Inbound function module to the Message Type
and to the IDOC Type.
WE42 This is used to define the process Code for Inbound Processing.

BD95 Define Filter object type .We can specify the field and the table it belongs
to as a filter object .
BD59 Assignment of Filter object type to the Message Type .Here we create the
link between Filter object and the segment and the message type and the
segment Field.
BD50 Set message Type to reducible.
BD65 Define Mandatory Fields.

BD64 Distribution Model . Also known as Customer Distribution Model Used to
define all the messages that will be exchanged between remote systems
and the name of thes logical systems. Any filters can also be specified.
The model once created has to be distributed on every system which will
be communicating ,It can be maintained on only One system.

BD21 Creating IDOcs from change pointers.
This can be used to create IDOCs from change pointers for a particular
message LIKE MATMAS.

BD22 This can be used to delete change pointers.

BD87 Status Monitor. Idocs can be selected base on number of criteria and there
processing status can be seen in detail.

BD10 Material Master Data Distribution .
Based on Message MATMAS.
BD12 Customer Master Data Distribution .
Based on Message CREMAS.
BD14 Vendor Master Data Distribution
Based on Message DEBMAS .

BDFG Generate ALE Interface for BAPI.
Here we specify the Business Object and the BAPI Function module for
which the interface has to be created.

WE31 Segment Editor.
This is used to create segments. We create the segment type and
segment definition is automatically created by editor e.g. Z1DUMMY is
segment type and Z2DUMMY is the segment definition .We specify the
fields and the data elements these cp\orresponds to create segments.

WE30 IDOC Editor
It is used to create a new IDOC Type or IDOC Extension .We specify the
segments that will be addd to the IDOC type.

WE02/05 IDOC List.
Various selct options and parameters are provided to select IDOCs
depending on the date, direction , mesage type etc.

WE20 Partner Profile
Here we create partner profile for each and every partner from / to which
the messages will be exchanged.There are 6 types of PF generally only
profiles of type LS(Logical System) ,KU(Customer) ,LI(Vendor) is used.
We specify the partner number and partner type and the agent and
the agent type responsible for handling of errors .
For every message send to the partner we have a outbound record and for
evry message coming from the partner we have the inbound record .
We specify the message in the otbound/inbound records ,double
clicking will take us to the detailed screen where the IDOC Type ,Port
and whether the IDCO will be immediatelt processed or collected are
mentioned.

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