DMEEXSLTDESC - DMEE: Name of XSLT Program for Postprocessing This documentation is copyright by SAP AG. Definition program used to process the XML document generated by the DME Engine before its final output. Use Dependencies If the target XML file has a format that is very difficult or impossible to model in a DMEE format tree, you can proceed as follows:. Define the basic structure of the output document as a format tree. Define specific rules in an XSLT program. Assign the XSLT program to the format tree When the DME Engine generates the output, it uses the XSLT program to enhance the basic structure of the format tree. Example This documentation is copyright by SAP AG.
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Dmee sap onlinehelp. 1. Additional Documentation for SAP note 1062489: DMEE for outgoing XML payment files 2007 SAP AG.
All rights reserved Page 1 Data Medium Exchange Engine (DMEE) for outgoing XML payment files This information was extracted from the SAP online help (R/3 Enterprise 470) by the author of note 1062489. The full DMEE documentation can be found in the SAP help help.sap.com: On the initial ‘SAP Solutions - Overview’ screen, you select ’SAP R/3 and R/3 enterprise’ in the navigation area: On the next screen, you choose the English documentation for SAP R/3 470: This opens a new window. There, you drill down: Financials - Financial Accounting (FI) - Accounts Payable - FI Accounts Receivable and Accounts Payable - Payments - Executing the Payment Program - Payment Medium Workbench - Data Medium Exchange Engine. The Data Medium Exchange (DME) Engine enables you to define file formats that meet the requirements of your financial institution. By doing so, you model an externally. Additional Documentation for SAP note 1062489: DMEE for outgoing XML payment files 2007 SAP AG. All rights reserved Page 2 defined bank format in the R/3 System, which allows you to send or receive data in the form of DME files in this format.
The ability to define these formats in the R/3 System is particularly important in case there is no worldwide or regional standard format or if the file must comply with bank- specific standards. Covering such numerous and varied local format requirements is very difficult in standard software, but the DME Engine enables you to define your particular local format yourself – without any ABAP programming knowledge or coding.
With this Customizing tool, in the form of a graphical editor, you can define new formats flexibly and, as format requirements change, modify existing ones efficiently. Integration Once you have modeled an external file format as a format tree in the DME Engine, calling applications can use it to: Generate an outgoing DME file as a flat file or an XML file Convert an incoming DME file to a format that the R/3 System can process For SEPA, we have outgoing XML files. Features The system comes complete with predefined format trees, which represent the file format requirements in a number of countries. You can also transport format trees to other systems, or alternatively upload and download them as XML files.
Applications – Payment Medium Workbench The DMEE supports a variety of applications (tree types). In the SEPA environment, we create outgoing files for the Payment Program (tree type PAYM), to submit payments to the bank electronically. For this tree type, we use the Payment Medium Workbench (PMW) to configure payment media.
When one executes a payment run, the system triggers the generic payment medium program of the PMW for creating payment media. This program uses the DMEE format tree to create the file to be sent to your bank. For this, the system requires a special configuration of the corresponding payment method: In Customizing for Financial Accounting (FI), choose Accounts Receivable and Accounts Payable Business Transactions Outgoing Payments Automatic Outgoing Payments Payment Media Make Settings for Payment Medium Formats from Payment Medium Workbench 1. Create Payment Medium Formats Create a new format with the same name as your DMEE format tree. Choose the format output Payment medium without docs., and type File. Under Program control, set the Mapping using DME engine indicator. Once this indicator is set, the DME engine button appears, which allows you to access the DMEE format tree directly.
Under Format information, specify your country. You can also write documentation for your PMW format by choosing the field help for the Documentation module field. From there, choose Proceed, and a document maintenance screen appears.
Select document class General text, enter a name for the text, and create the documentation. Lastly, enter the name of this text in the PMW format in the Documentation module field. Assign Payment Medium Format and Note to Payee to Payment Method. Additional Documentation for SAP note 1062489: DMEE for outgoing XML payment files 2007 SAP AG.
All rights reserved Page 3 You need to specify that the PMW is to be used for the given payment method. To do so, double-click the payment method. Under Payment medium, set the Use payment medium workbench indicator and enter the PMW format name you created in step 1 (which must have the same name as the corresponding DMEE format tree). If you created documentation for the PMW format in step 1, once you choose Enter, an i button appears next to the format name. If you choose the Format settings button, you branch to the settings for the PMW format (the activity in step 1). Creating Format Trees for Payments 1. Call the DME Engine by entering transaction DMEE.
Enter tree type PAYM 3. Enter the name of the format tree (equal to PMW format name) 4.
Choose Create. In the dialog box that appears, specify whether the format tree is to be used to generate a flat file or an XML file. The SEPA formats work with XML files. The DMEE: Create Format Tree screen appears. Maintain data for the root node, called the header, which appears automatically.
Insert nodes hierarchically to represent the DME file layout description, and maintain the detailed view as needed for each node type. Define a mapping procedure for each node that serves as a source field (for outgoing files). Based on the tree type, nodes that require mapping are elements, atoms, and action nodes. The DME Engine offers a number of special functions, such as aggregation. Activate the format tree.
Once active, the format tree can be accessed and used as needed by the PMW. DMEE Screen Layout After you specify a tree type and a format tree ID on the initial screen of the Data Medium Exchange Engine (DMEE), the Create Format Tree screen appears. It is divided into three parts: Tree structure (1) On the left side of the screen, you define your format tree by inserting nodes in a hierarchical structure. Detailed view (2). Additional Documentation for SAP note 1062489: DMEE for outgoing XML payment files 2007 SAP AG. All rights reserved Page 4 When you insert a node in the format tree, detailed information is displayed to the right of the tree in the top frame. Here you specify additional data depending on the tree and node type.
The information is displayed like a card index; you navigate between different areas by choosing the tabs along the top. To display the details for any node, you double-click it in the left-hand tree structure. The details then appear in the top right frame, and the node you have thus selected is highlighted in the structure with a blue arrow ( ). Source/target fields (3) The bottom right frame contains all source fields (for outgoing files) or target fields (for incoming files) that the system makes available for you, based on the tree type you specified on the initial DMEE screen. These fields make up the source/target field inventory; you can select from them during the data-mapping process.
Header Data for Outgoing Files You maintain the following header information, displayed on the various tabs, for format trees representing outgoing data medium exchange (DME) files: Administrative Data You can document your format tree as needed. To do so, specify a name for your documentation text in the Documentation field; the name format DMEE is recommended. You can then maintain the text directly in the SAPscript editor by choosing. For more information on creating your own format documentation, refer to the field help for the Documentation field.
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The format documentation is meant to contain general information that is relevant to the entire format. If you want to document details at the node level (such as how an amount is calculated), you can enter up to three lines of comments per node, on the Comment tab (which is visible for all nodes except the header).
The version of the format tree is displayed. The system assigns the fixed value 000 to an active version and 001 to a maintenance version. Format Attributes Here you specify a DDIC structure in the case of format-specific parameters. Depending on the type of file format, you can specify other details: for flat files, you can enter delimiter information; for XML files, you can specify further processing (via exit module) for a file after its creation, by entering an XSLT program. For format trees of the tree type PAYM, you can additionally specify that an accompanying sheet is to be printed when the file is generated.
The system supports the printing of both simplified sheets and sheets with subtotals. If you specify an accompanying sheet with subtotals, you must maintain the key fields on the Sort/key fields tab. Levels Here you specify the number of levels in the format. In addition, you can define a repetition limit for each level.
This value specifies how often a certain level may be output. If this number is exceeded, the corresponding level cannot be output anymore. If the limit is reached for the uppermost level in the format tree and additional data is to be processed, a second file is generated. If the limit is reached for lower levels, the preceding level is repeated so that data can continue to be output for this level. Additional Documentation for SAP note 1062489: DMEE for outgoing XML payment files 2007 SAP AG.
All rights reserved Page 5 Sort/Key Fields Here you can specify how certain fields are to be sorted. For the payment program, for example, you can sort according to currency or account by specifying the appropriate source field. If a sort field is additionally marked as a key field, then a change to the value in this field causes the corresponding format level to end.
By activating both Key Field and No Sorting, you specify that data does not need to be sorted by this criterion (if, for example, it is already presorted in the Payment Medium Workbench); this results in additional space in the sort fields, which allows you to use additional fields as sort fields. If you indicate on the Format attributes tab that an accompanying sheet is to be printed, you maintain the key fields here, which define how the subtotals are calculated. File Data Here you specify whether segments are to be separated by carriage return or by line feed.
You can also enter your own format-specific characters that you wish to allow in or exclude from the file; enter them one after another, with no spaces between them. If you then select one of the following radiobuttons and choose the conversion function Exclude/allow defined characters for the affected elements, the system does the following: Do Not Allow These Charact.
The system removes the specified characters from the character string. Allow Only These Charact.
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The system removes all other characters from the character string except for the ones specified here. Creating Nodes 1.
For the first node, position the cursor on the root node and choose the pull- down menu next to the icon, or do a right mouse click on the root node and select the node you want to create. For successive nodes, double-click the node above where you want to insert the next node, which the tool highlights with a blue arrow ( ). You can then specify whether you want to insert the node on the same level or as a subnode. Certain restrictions apply to node relationships within a format tree, but the tool only offers you subsequent nodes that are permitted – provided you double-click the node you want to insert beneath. For instance, an element cannot have a segment as a subnode, so this is not an option when you insert a node that follows an element. Depending on the type of node you create, various data can be maintained in the detailed view to the right of the format tree.
For more information on the individual fields, choose the field help. Node Types for XML Files Below is an overview of node types used in the Data Medium Exchange Engine (DMEE) for defining outgoing DME files in the format of XML files: Node Use Element Represents one line of an XML file; can contain a value itself, or it can be used to group elements as subnodes Atom Used: 1) to output more than one value to a single element, or 2) to control which value is output to an element (based on conditions). Additional Documentation for SAP note 1062489: DMEE for outgoing XML payment files 2007 SAP AG. All rights reserved Page 6 Technical node Element that is not output to a target file; it stores values that are used in other tree nodes (elements, atoms) by a reference to this node XML attribute Represents a subnode of an element; provides detailed information for an element; can contain atoms as subnodes (for example, to map conditions) Data Mapping For each element in the DMEE format tree, we have to define how data is to be mapped.
Insert an element (or atom as a subnode to an element) in the format tree structure on the left. The system automatically displays the detailed view for the node in the right frame. This includes the following tabs: Attributes, Source, Aggregation, Conditions, and Comment.
After you enter the required attribute information, select a mapping procedure.