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In the previous parts we learned how to create a custom IDoc and set up the source system to send an outbound IDoc. In this part we will learn how to configure the receiving SAP R/3 system to be able to receive and post the inbound IDoc.
In the previous part we created an IDoc structure which can carry our data from source system to target system(s). In this part we will understand how to setup the source system to be able to generate and send an outbound IDoc.
This article will help you understand the basics of ALE and IDocs via a simple do-it-yourself example. We will create a custom IDoc in one SAP system and then post some business data through it to another SAP system. Business data will be picked up from custom data dictionary tables.
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