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SAP ALE IDOC Course Content

1.  EDI and ALE Basics (Introduction)

2.  ALE/IDOC Basics 

  • What is an IDOC and Segment (Anatomy of an IDOC)
  •  Why ALE and IDOC
  •  IDOC Type and Message Type (creation)
  • IDOC and its Extension (creation)
  •  What is a Standard IDOC and Custom IDOC

3. Different Ways of Triggering IDOCs

  • Standalone (Master and Transactional Data)
  • Message Control (Transactional Data)
  •  Change Pointer (Master Data)

4. Outbound IDOC Processing

 a. Connection Configurations in Outbound Systemà 

  • Logical System
  • RFC Destination
  • Message Type Creation
  • Port Creation
  • Partner Profile

 b. ALE/IDOC configuration 

  • Segment Creation
  • IDOC Type Creation
  • Message Type creation
  • Linking IDOC Type to Message Type

5.  Inbound IDOC Processing

a. Connection Configurations in Inbound System

 b. ALE/IDOC Configuration 

  • Inbound Function Module
  • Inbound Process Code
  • Linking Function Module with Basic Type and Message Type.

 6. Distribution Model (BD64)

 a. Complete scenario to Send IDOC via this model

 b. Filters

  •  IDOC Level (via BD64) ( do not send entire idoc if it does not match with the filter)
  •  Segment Level (BD56) ( Do not send this SEGMENT if condition is not met)

 c. Reduced Message Type Basics (BD53)

 7. Complete End-End Standalone Scenario by Using Topics 4 and 5 above

 a. Standalone 

  • Creating and Sending a Standard IDOC from One Application Server to another Application Server
  • Creating and Sending a Custom IDOC from One Application Server to another Application Server

 b. Custom Program to create the IDOC by using standard FMs

  • Message Control
  •  Nace Configuration
  • Selection Programs
  • Creating and Sending a Sales Order / Purchase Order IDOC from One Application Server to another Application Server via Message Control

c. Change Pointers 

  • TCodes and Tables related to Change Pointers
  • Scenario to Trigger IDOC automatically whenever there is a change in the Master Data.

8. Re-processing of IDOC (02 ways)

9. Enhancements to standard IDOC ( OPTIONAL Topic ) 

  • a. Enhancing the standard Table and capturing the values.
  •  b. Extending IDOC and transfer the enhanced field Contents via enhancement techniques (User Exits SMOD/CMOD)

 10. Important TCodes, Tables, Statuses and Programs

 11. Trouble shooting OutBound / InBound IDOCs

 12. Practical Real-Time Scenarios and Interview Questions


Scenario covering point 9 above

  1. We extend MARA table ( add new fields)
  2. Fill those new fields for a record (mat M1).

Our business requirement is, whenever BD10 ( to send M1 material ), the new field data needs to be sent to the receiver.


This covers:-



  1. Enhancement to table
  2. Extending the IDOC
  3. Enhancement / exits at the IDOC FM level
  4. Other config for the IDOC


  1. Inbound FM should handle this new Segmnt data so that a new mat is created with those new materials.

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