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Delivery Class: A - Application table containing master and transaction data Display/Maintenance via SM30: Yes but with Restrictions Enhancement category i: Can be enhanced (character-type or numeric) Text table = ADRCT == ICLCCEVENT-Claim Bundle ICLCCEVENTZ-Claim Bundle - Postal Code - Assignment ICLCCEVENTR-Claim Bundle - Region - Assignment ICLCCEVENTL-Claim Bundle - Location Address - Assignment TICL001-Claim Bundle Type ICLCCEVENTB-Claim Bundle - Participant Occurrence BUT000-BP: General Data I BUT020-BP: Addresses ADRC-Addresses (Business Address Services) ADR2-Telephone Numbers (Business Address Services) ICLCLAIM-Claim ICLPARTOCC-Participant Occurrence BUT000-BP: General Data I BUT020-BP: Addresses DFKKBPTAXNUM-Tax Numbers for Business Partner ADRC-Addresses (Business Address Services) ADR2-Telephone Numbers (Business Address Services) ICLITEMAU-Damaged Vehicle ICLSUBCL-Subclaim OIFSPBL-Business location - General data ADRC-Addresses (central address admin.) OIRBPBLB-Business location at business type level BUT000-BP: General data I BUT100-BP: Roles BUT020-BP: Addresses BUT0BK-BP: Bank details OBJREL-Business Partner-Object Relationship (VIBPOBJREL) OBJREL_X-Business Partner-Object Relationship and Add.

Outbound processing in SAP involves event handling.

ADRC is a standard SAP Table which is used to store Addresses (Business Address Services) information.

This is available within R/3 SAP systems depending on the version and release level.

Once you understand that, you know what you need to do with your IDoc. Are you updating the delivery document with this information?

You need to discuss this with your SAP functional folk. There are a couple that you can use but you need to work with your functional people because they drive the business process.

A port definition, which provides a unique ID for the upstream system, must be available for the port.

The technical parameters of this port definition can (and usually are) overwritten by the upstream system.

Events are created when the relevant status change occurs.

The following topics describe how to enable inbound and outbound SAP processing.

During inbound (client) processing, IDocs are transferred to the interface and stored in the R/3 System.

The document data is generated in a second step, also in the course of a workflow.

Because it fitted better info the application architecture. Fed Ex publishes its specs on in pdf format on the web. In true Socratic fashion, I'll answer your question with another question: what document are you posting to in SAP?