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SAP AIF – Simple Inbound Scenario – Part-2

Part 1,SAP AIF – Simple Inbound Scenario- Part-1, we have completed the basic steps for SAP PI , Here we will be dealing with steps involved in  SAP ECC box . Go to SPROXY, generate and activate the Service Interface.

                                              SAP ECC

T-Code SPROXY – Activate the Service interface (SI_AIF_ADD_REQ)

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Inside the method
Call function

  CALL FUNCTION ‘/AIF/FILE_XI_PROCESS

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Eg  —  /AIF/ALERT_READ_CUST

           /AIF/CREATE_ALERT

  Go External view

  Here we need to make note of ABAP NAME  for structure (RAW & SAP).

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    Now we will be moving for AIF Customization  .

    Basic Steps –

                                                     SAP  ECC – AIF CUSTOMIZATION

To kick start with the Interface development  we need to create a namespace , this is done  by

  Define Namespace

  New Entries eg. ZAIF_D

  (One Namespace can be associated with multiple interfaces development)

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Define Interface –Select the namespace (ZAIF_D), New Entries.

  Note the Provider proxy class name that is generated in SPROXY.

  In our case –  ZAIF_ASY_ADDR_HNCL_SI_AIF_ADD.

  Raw Data Structure and Record type in raw structure will
  populate automatically.

  Inbound Interface – Raw Data Structureis created during proxy generation, this act as a Source Structure for Inbound Interface.

  Record Type in Raw Structure – is the main component of raw data structure.

  Save all the details. 

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Additional interface properties->Specify Interface Engine.

In our case we are dealing with proxy so we need to select the following entries .

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Define Structure Mapping – Here fields of the source (Raw) structure are mapped to the fields of
the Destination (SAP Data) Structure.

  • Select the Source Structure.
  • Assign the destination structure
  • .Define the Field mappings.

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Define Actions – It wraps the business logic at runtime .At least one function module should be defined.

Select the function double click , New window/session  for Function module editor here we  will be writing business  logic.

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Now we will be testing the interface  .

To be continued – Part 3

 

SAP AIF – Simple Inbound Scenario –
Part-3

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      nice post 🙂

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      hi Hemant,

      very informative. nice blog. Happy Learning

      Regards,

      Lalitha Priya

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      This is what the we are looking into. Thanks for sharing.

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      Very Nice blog Hemant

      Regards

      Vina

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      Useful blog.

      Regards,

      Ranjit...

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      Can we send data from a report / OData service to AIF? Please explain with steps. I checked many forums in SAP, but didn’t find any document for that