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SAP-BODS integration using IDOCS
By Praveen Addanki, HCL-AXON
you want to build a Reporting Solution, not a Data Warehouse in pure terms. So
somebody opens the balance sheet report and does not like the way it looks. So a
booking in SAP is created to correct it and then....he has to wait the entire
night until the Data Warehouse gets refreshed. Another option would be to
configure SAP so it sends all changes to the reporting database immediately. And
that is what IDOCs are for.
On the downside though, to configure SAP to actually send changes
is quite a challenge. If an IDOC is provided by SAP already it is not that
bad, but if you want to distribute changes for data SAP never thought about, you
have to write your IDOC from scratch and hook it into every single application
dealing with that data.
The basic problem is the IDOC design. It is not like a database
triggers that is independent from all the applications and fires no matter who
and how a change happened. It is happening on application level, so there is a
common ABAP call that has to be done at every single application.
SAP, a couple of settings have to be made, this configuration is mandatory for
both sending and receiving IDOCs. The following configurations steps are
involved to send IDOCs from BODS to SAP ECC.
Logical systems is done in SAP ECC with the transaction ‘SALE’.
This entire documentation refers to SAP IDES system refer the below screen shot
the Transaction ‘SALE’ to define logical system and its assignment. As this
confirmation doesn’t have authorization we will request basis to create it.
Hence we used the following logical system as shown below.
on the above shown to define the logical system. The below popup come just
Logical system created by basis is ‘ID3CLNT801’ as shown below.
the transaction ‘SM59’ to
configure the RFC destination in SAP ECC as shown below.
on TCP/IP connections as shown above and the create it.
the RFC created with Registered Server Program (Program ID) as ‘DI_RFC’ as
shown here. With the defined program ID, configure this from BODS side from
management console as shown below. Logon on to Management console and click
server configuration is done as shown below.
configured served need to be started the interface as shown below.
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