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ABAP mapping

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In ABAP mapping we say

"You develop these development objects in the Object Navigator (transaction SE80) and transport them using ABAP transports. They must be available on the Integration Server at runtime. XI does not support these transports."

Can some one explain this point it in detail.?

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Former Member
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vinod,

<b>You develop these development objects in the Object Navigator (transaction SE80) and transport them using ABAP transports.XI does not support these transports</b>

we create ABAP mapping in R/3 ...in transaction SE80...ABAP class will be created...Now when u gonna transport ur objects from say DEV to QA.. u cant trnsport this abap mapping from XI....u have to trnsport it from ABAP DEV to ABAP QA using abap transport mechanism....

<b>They must be available on the Integration Server at runtime. .</b>

yes when u choos the <b>ABAP_class</b> as mapping in interface mapping it should be there in IR. i,.e abap mappings are first imported into XI ..

but get the option for ABAP mapping in XI u have to do some setting in Exchange profile..

check here

/people/ravikumar.allampallam/blog/2005/02/10/different-types-of-mapping-in-xi

hope u r clear!!!

regards

biplab

iaki_vila
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Hi

Its simple, if you use abap mapping, you must to transport the design (In integration builder repository), the configuration (In integration builder directory)and the abap mapping in the abap enviroment.

Regards.