IDOC Tcodes

SALE – IMG ALE Configuration root  
WE20 – Manually maintain partner profiles  
BD64 – Maintain customer distribution model  
BD71 – Distribute customer distribution model  
SM59 – Create RFC Destinations  
BDM5 – Consistency check (Transaction scenarios)  
BD82 – Generate Partner Profiles  
BD61 – Activate Change Pointers – Globally  
BD50 – Activate Change Pointer for Msg Type  
BD52 – Activate change pointer per change.doc object  
BD59 – Allocation object type -> IDOC type  
BD56 – Maintain IDOC Segment Filters  
BD53 – Reduction of Message Types  
BD21 – Select Change Pointer  
BD87 – Status Monitor for ALE Messages  
BDM5 – Consistency check (Transaction scenarios)  
BD62 – Define rules  
BD79 – Maintain rules  
BD55 – Defining settings for IDoc conversion 

WEDI – ALE IDoc Administration  
WE21 – Ports in Idoc processing  
WE60 – IDoc documentation  
SARA – IDoc archiving (Object type IDOC)  
WE47 – IDoc status maintenance  
WE07 – IDoc statistics 

BALE – ALE Distribution Administration  
WE05 – IDoc overview  
BD87 – Inbound IDoc reprocessing  
BD88 – Outbound IDoc reprocessing  
BDM2 – IDoc Trace  
BDM7 – IDoc Audit Analysis  
BD21 – Create IDocs from change pointers  
SM58 – Schedule RFC Failures 

Basic config for Distributed data:  
BD64: Maintain a Distributed Model  
BD82: Generate Partner Profile  
BD64: Distribute the distribution Model 

Programs: 
RBDMIDOC – Creating IDoc Type from Change Pointers  
RSEOUT00 – Process all selected IDocs (EDI)  
RBDAPP01 – Inbound Processing of IDocs Ready for Transfer  
RSARFCEX – Execute Calls Not Yet Executed  
RBDMOIND – Status Conversion with Successful tRFC Execution  
RBDMANIN – Start error handling for non-posted IDocs  
RBDSTATE – Send Audit Confirmations  
For testing you can use WE19

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4 thoughts on “IDOC Tcodes

  1. Suryadi

    Hi,

    I know this is inappropriate, but when I see your posting, I can’t bear to try and learn it. do you know any reference about I-DOC in SD Module including Config and technical reference? anyway, thanks for your post, hope I can learn it also since it’s challenging me to learn something new even I know I’m not good at another things. 😛

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  2. krishna

    Thanx alot for such a good explanation of subject.I have learned very useful information which will be very helpful to gain knowledge on SAP….thanx alot ….gr8 job

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