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I hope the information will be useful to you all.

I looked about the neighbourhood but was unable to locate any content on this subject, therefore I’m sharing my experience with you all.

Introduction

In order to generate files in a certain format for H2H setup, the standard file generator DMEE is being used (Communicating data from SAP to Third party server Ex: Bank ).

You can read Ranu Eugene’s blog postings listed below for step-by-step configuration instructions.

 

Step-by-Step Configuration of the DMEE, Part 1
Step-by-Step Configuration of the DMEE, Part 2

This blog article will describe several DMEE features.

 

Features of the DMEE Configuration

Select the tree type and format tree built by using the links above by going to Transaction code DMEE.

Situation 1: Special characters must be removed because of the unique file type.

Ex: # , ; ‘ ” :

The option shown below can help you do this.

Select File Data under Header Node in your newly created DMEE file.

Special Characters should be removed from the file.

Situation 2: The specific file format mandates that data in the file be shown in the specified format.

Ex: Dates must be formatted as YYY.MM.DD.

The option shown below can help you do this.

Choose the pertinent element that needs to have its data format changed, then click the Attributes tab and choose the Conv. Function.

Change in Data Format

Situation 3: In order to fill a required file format, you will need to limit the number of characters that may be entered or eliminate the first few characters of a certain structure field.

The following step can help you accomplish this.

Enter the necessary amount of characters that must be deleted during file generation after choosing the pertinent element that needs a character elimination and moving to the source tab.

Limiting the number of characters

Scenario #4: You’ll need to offer a count to demonstrate how frequently a particular data or tag appears in the file.

For example, there will be a field in a bank payment detail to indicate how many payment entries are there in the particular file.

Step 1: Create a reference ID for the field that needs to be tallied (In our scenario this will Payment amount field which will recur based on the number of payments)

Choose the appropriate element, then click the Attributes tab and type the Reference ID (You can enter any value under this field).

Establishing a Reference ID

Step 02: Choose the pertinent element that needs to display the frequency; in our example, that element is the number of payment records.

Choose the appropriate element, then pick the “Reference to tree node” option under Mapping Procedure on the Attributes tab.

Choosing a mapping strategy

After making your choice, pick the Source tab and fill in the information for “Reference to another tree node.”

Choose the Reference ID you created in Step 01 under “Refer. Node ID.”

Reference ID choice

Select the pertinent attribute from the list under “Attribute” in the same box. The appropriate attribute in our Scenario will be “3 – Counter Reading.”

Attribute Picking

I believe this blog article will be useful to you all because it allowed you to learn about various functionalities in the typical DMEE configuration.

If you have any recommendations or changes, kindly let me know in the comments area.

Enjoy Your Day!