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Lars Rueter

MDM Java API 2 - Matching Example

Posted by Lars Rueter in lars.rueter on Mar 29, 2007 10:38:45 PM

Description

You want to use the matching capabillities of the Referencing the MDM Java API during development and runtime. The application presented here demonstrates how easy it is to select and execute matching strategies from your own applications using the MDM Java API 2. The included Java source code can be used as an example for further customer developments. Please use the link above to download the application and the source code.

NOTE: You need SAP NetWeaver MDM 5.5 SP05 for this application. SAP NetWeaver MDM 5.5 SP05 Patch 0 is available for customers and partners under the terms specified in SAP Note 1025897.

Disclaimer

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Prerequisites

  • SAP NetWeaver 2004s
  • MDM Server 5.5 SP5
  • MDMJAVAAPI05_0.sca (MDM Java API, download from Service Marketplace)

Configuration

Only some basic steps are required to deploy and run the application:

  • Unarchive and mount the MDM repository Vendor_Matching_Example.a2a
  • Deploy MDMJAVAAPI05_0.sca (MDM Java API) with SDM
  • Deploy the Web Dynpro application sap.com~sap.mdm.matching.example.ear with SDM
  • Optional: Define additional MDM Matching Strategies for Master Data Consolidation.

The application can be configured to run with any MDM repository. Repository specific connection properties are defined in the Visual Administrator. The configuration entries Field_* have to match a main table field-code in your MDM repository. The entries Field_*_lbl are speaking names for these fields.

For example, your main table has a field with the field-code Name. If you want to use this field for matching set Field_1 to Name in the configuration. Also choose a display name for this field that will be shown above the input field in the Web Dynpro application. Set Field_1_lbl to Company Name.


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Run the application

http://localhost:53000/webdynpro/dispatcher/sap.com/sap.mdm.matching.example/Test

For example, enter Vishay Siliconix in the name field, shelton in the City field and execute the strategy to find matching entries in the repository.


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