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Creating RDI file in ISU

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Hi All,

Can anyone tell how can we create a RDI format file from ISU. What inputs are required for creating this file.

Thanks & Regards,

Rishi

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former_member587072
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Hey Rishi ... When printing the invoice (EA60), go to print parameters. For the SAPscript format, choose either X - RDI spool or S - RDI simple spool.

Regards, Joe

rajesh_popat3
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Hi Rishis,

RDI is nothing but a Raw Data Format. It is just the output format

RDI Format is supported by application form with SAP Scripts only. When you are selecting the print parameters during certain process which calls the application form, you have the option to select the output format.

You can find the RDI format option there.

Hope this helps!!

Regards,

Rajesh Popat

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Hi All.

Thanks for the inputs, it's really helpful. But can anyone of you tell, which event or functional module is called to fetch the values from table (Like DFKKCR in case of payment by Cheque) and put in RDI format file during the Payment Run (FPY1).

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Hi,

Can anybody tell me where this RDI file is stored.

Regards

Dishant Gajjar

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RDI is a print format (raw data / text). And thus the RDI "file" will appear in the Spool output (can be viewed in the spool request under transaction sp02). So based on your configuration of the SAP spool system the RDI will either be stored in the database or on the file system - but again it is accessed as a spool request and can be read as long as the spool request is not deleted.

Regards,

Christian

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Hello Everyone.

Can anyone help me out with a good example for RDI File. A PO or and invoice or any other type file should be fine.

Thanks