when idoc is created in which table its stored ...
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Answer / devendra raut
EDID4 is the table to store data segments (EDIDD is the
structue, not a table)
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Answer / hemlata
EDIDD to store data records.
EDIDC to store control information.
EDIDS to store status of IDOC
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Answer / bhaskar
EDIDC, EDID4, EDIDS will have the values of control record,
data record, status records. But field the values in the
segments like E1EDP01-MATNR are not stored in any tables.
Reason behind this is the values in idocs are not fixed for
all IDOCS and will differ based on the transaction data.
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Answer / nagu
Transport the data r/3 system to another r/3 system
or The data will be transport one client to another client
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