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/AIF/CHECKS - Define Checks

/AIF/CHECKS - Define Checks

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In this Customizing activity, you define the checks for controlling the message mapping and action processing.

The purpose of a check is to identify if a specified condition is true or false for the given input values. With checks, you can therefore conditionally influence the processing in the SAP Application Interface Framework. You can assign checks in different places, for example, to conditionally skip a specific mapping step, to conditionally execute a specific function of an action, or to identify application error situations in which the processing is to be stopped immediately.

Since checks in the SAP Application Interface Framework have a well-defined input (up to five field values) and a well-defined output (a success checkbox indicating the result of the check), they remain independent of the context in which they are used. As a result, checks can be easily reused by several interfaces in the SAP Application Interface Framework.

You have defined a namespace using the Customizing activity Define Namespace. Every check has to be assigned to a namespace.

You have the authorization to display or maintain Customizing for the given namespace.

There are no checks in the delivery of the SAP Application Interface Framework. The check list is empty by default.

  1. Choose an existing namespace.
  2. In order to define a new check, choose New Entries.
    To edit an existing check, double-click on the name of the check. A detail view is displayed.
  3. Enter a check name in the Check field and a description.
  4. [Optional] We recommended that you create an error message that will be displayed if the check fails. You can do this by defining an error message ID and number and defining the variable definition for the message.
  5. Select the Define Single Checksoption from the left-hand menu. To create a new single check, choose New Entries. If single checks have already been created, they are displayed on this page. Double-click on a single check to edit it.
  6. You have different options to compose the check, including the following:
  • Define simple field checks

  • Check data from a database table

  • Use a function module to check data

  1. [Optional] Define a success and / or error message that will be appended to the application log in case the check succeeds / fails.

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