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IC Operation mapping

Former Member
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Hello All,

In Integrated configuraiton object, there is a provision to select Operation Mapping under Receiver Interfaces tab.

Can some one tell me what is the purpose of it

Thanks&Regards,

Moorthy

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aashish_sinha
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HI,

Operations mapping contains all development inside it. When we call Operations mapping, it check in itself about what is the source and target structure and what program we are going to use to map these data types. Message mapping is nothing but is sort of function which takes source as an input and manipulate that data and sends those data in target structure.

So when we call operation mapping, it completes all these steps inside. If you have checked ICo, Starting point of this configuration is to Define Sender Channel (Inbound), Then Who is sending it and where (Receiver), Then we decides what logic it will use (Receiver Interface for Operations mapping). Once this is done, who is gonna receive, then we provide receiver adapter.

This description is in very layman terms - And simply understandable who has written a single program .

Regards

Aashish Sinha

former_member201264
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Hi Naresh,

It is same as your normal Interface Determination in IC.

Some where you have give Operation Mapping to Execute Message Mapping during the runtime.

So you are giving here as normal Interface Determination.

Regards,

Sreeni.

Former Member
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Hi Naresh,

In Integrated configuration you specify the configuration settings in which the message from the Advanced Adapter Engine are to be processed.

check the below link:

http://help.sap.com/saphelp_nwpi711/helpdata/en/48/cfac399bf23e49e10000000a421937/content.htm

sugata_bagchi2
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Hi Naresh,

This is basically used to execute the mapping developed in ESR.
By calling this receiver interface specific message structure will be created.

Thanks

Sugata