SAP EDI Tutorial

EDI stands for Electronic Data Interchange.As ALE it is also used for exchanging business data between different systems.EDI reuqires IDoc Interface. The IDoc interface is made up of the definition of a data structure and the processing logic of this data structure. The data structure is the IDoc.You use EDI if you want to exchange business application documents with an (external) partner system (for example, a customer or vendor). The SAP system sends EDI messages in IDoc format to an EDI subsystem, where they are converted to a universal EDI standard (UN/EDIFACT or ANSI/X12). This enables communication with non-SAP systems.Two partners are involved in the process in an EDI application scenario: The sender and the recipient of an EDI message.In this page you will get some SAP EDI tutorials and pdf guides to download.

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4 thoughts on “this tutorial”

  1. There are mainly 5 steps to create an EDI they are Defining Port, creating new predefined application, define partner profiles, Maintain condition record and predefined application change.

  2. WE21 is the transaction code used for defining port and WE20 is the tcode for partner profiles. WEDI is the transaction code used for EDI basis.

  3. By clicking on the Download EDI PDF links on top ( Just after the main content ) , you will get some PDF files for download.

  4. has anyone mapped a DESADV D96A EANCOM to DESADV01? Please advise w/c edifact field the E1EDK07-VSBED should be taken from?

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