The IDoc is treated like an IDoc which was sent by an external system. The IDoc is first saved in the database, then the corresponding control records are compared with the inbound partner profiles and finally the business process determined using the process code is triggered (see
the IDoc is first saved in the database and can then be forwarded directly to the specified function module. The function module can be run in debugging mode. If the function module calls a transaction, it can be processed in the background, foreground or in the foreground from the point at which an error is found. To do so, however, the ABAP command
Function modules called directly must have theALE Interface (Release 3.0 onwards).
Generate or extend a sequential inbound file: The IDoc is first saved in the database with status 68 ("error, no further processing") and then in a file. Specify the name explicitly. The system proposes a name determined from the test port of the
You can write the test IDoc more than once in the file and thus also send them for inbound processing more than once (repetition factor).