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Dynamic message mapping

Former Member
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Hi All,

I have a flat file that includes the header and the details in the same row with only a field indicating the number of rows.

Each row contains a complete transaction in one row. I have to load it into structured RFC

Example:

TransID, TransDate&Time, <header details>, No_of_products, Procuct1, Qtt1, price1, Product2, Qtt2, price2, .......

It can contain 1 - 15 products.

Is there a simple way of mapping it into a structured data type of header and details ?

Like:

MT

row

TransID

TransDate

<header details>

Details

row_num

ProdID

Qtt

Price

.

.

.

Thanks

Ranny

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Former Member
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>

> Hi All,

>

> I have a flat file that includes the header and the details in the same row with only a field indicating the number of rows.

> Each row contains a complete transaction in one row. I have to load it into structured RFC

>

>

> Example:

>

> TransID, TransDate&Time, <header details>, No_of_products, Procuct1, Qtt1, price1, Product2, Qtt2, price2, .......

>

> It can contain 1 - 15 products.

>

> Is there a simple way of mapping it into a structured data type of header and details ?

>

> Like:

> MT

> row

> TransID

> TransDate

> <header details>

> Details

> row_num

> ProdID

> Qtt

> Price

> .

> .

> .

>

>

>

> Thanks

> Ranny

Try with Abap mapping or Java mapping