SAP IDoc Connector

Version 24.1.8910


SAP IDoc Connector


The SAP IDoc connector supports sending and receiving IDoc files to and from a variety of SAP systems. It is a data container that is used to exchange information between SAP and another process that can understand the syntax and semantics of the data.

Overview

IDoc connectors can connect to SAP using the following methods:

Windows

  • NetWeaver RFC SDK
  • Classic RFC SDK
  • Classic RFC SDK with Unicode support
  • SOAP (send-only)

Java

  • Java connector (JCO)
  • SOAP (send-only)

IDoc connectors can send and retrieve files formatted either as raw IDoc or as IDoc XML.

Connector Configuration

This section contains all of the configurable connector properties.

Settings Tab

Host Configuration

Settings related to establishing the connection to the SAP system.

  • コネクタId コネクタの静的な一意の識別子。
  • コネクタの種類 コネクタ名とその機能の説明が表示されます。
  • コネクタの説明 コネクタとフローにおけるロールについて自由形式の説明を記載するオプションのフィールド。
  • Connect Type The method with which to connect to SAP. See the Establishing a Connection section for your method for additional information.
  • SAP Host Hostname or IP address of the target SAP system.
  • System Number The number by which the target SAP system is defined. Valid values are 0-99, and often this value should be 0.

Client Authentication

Settings related to authenticating against the SAP system.

  • Client The client that is authenticating to the SAP system.
  • User The username credential for authentication.
  • Password The password for the specified user.

Receiver Options

Settings related to receiving IDoc files.

  • IDoc Receiver Whether the connector should retrieve IDoc files from SAP.
  • Program ID A unique name that identifies CData Arc to the SAP system.
  • IDoc Format Whether to receive files as raw IDoc or IDoc XML.

Control Record Information Options

This section allows you to overwrite the control headers for IDoc files before sending them to SAP. This is useful when you are receiving IDoc files from one SAP system and sending them to another SAP system: in this situation you should change the control record without changing the IDoc file data. See Sending IDocs to SAP for more information.

Automation Tab

Automation Settings

Settings related to the automatic processing of files by the connector.

  • Send Whether files arriving at the connector are automatically sent.
  • Retry Interval The amount of time before a failed send is retried.
  • Max Attempts The maximum number of times a failed send is retried.

Performance

コネクタへのリソースの割り当てに関する設定。

  • 最大ワーカー数 このコネクタでファイルを処理するためにスレッドプールで消費されるワーカースレッドの最大数。設定された場合、これは設定 > オートメーションページのデフォルト設定をオーバーライドします。
  • 最大ファイル数 コネクタに割り当てられた各スレッドが送信するファイルの最大数。設定された場合、これは設定 > オートメーションページのデフォルト設定をオーバーライドします。

アラートタブ

アラートとサービスレベル(SLA)の設定に関連する設定。

コネクタのE メール設定

サービスレベル(SLA)を実行する前に、通知用のE メールアラートを設定する必要があります。アラートを設定をクリックすると、新しいブラウザウィンドウで設定ページが開き、システム全体のアラートを設定することができます。詳しくは、アラートを参照してください。

サービスレベル(SLA)の設定

サービスレベルでは、フロー内のコネクタが送受信すると予想される処理量を設定し、その量が満たされると予想される時間枠を設定できます。CData Arc は、サービスレベルが満たされていない場合にユーザーに警告するE メールを送信し、SLA を At Risk(危険) としてマークします。これは、サービスレベルがすぐに満たされない場合に Violated(違反) としてマークされることを意味します。これにより、ユーザーはサービスレベルが満たされていない理由を特定し、適切な措置を講じることができます。At Risk の期間内にサービスレベルが満たされなかった場合、SLA はViolated としてマークされ、ユーザーに再度通知されます。

サービスレベルを定義するには、予想処理量の条件を追加をクリックします。

  • コネクタに個別の送信アクションと受信アクションがある場合は、ラジオボタンを使用してSLA に関連する方向を指定します。
  • 検知基準(最小)を、処理が予想されるトランザクションの最小値(量)に設定し、フィールドを使用して期間を指定します。
  • デフォルトでは、SLA は毎日有効です。これを変更するには、毎日のチェックをOFF にし、希望する曜日のチェックをON にします。
  • 期間終了前にステータスを’At Risk’ に設定するタイミングを使用して、SLA がAt Risk としてマークされるようにします。
  • デフォルトでは、通知はSLA が違反のステータスになるまで送信されません。これを変更するには、‘At Risk’ 通知を送信のチェックをON にします。

次の例は、月曜日から金曜日まで毎日1000ファイルを受信すると予想されるコネクタに対して構成されたSLA を示しています。1000ファイルが受信されていない場合、期間終了の1時間前にAt Risk 通知が送信されます。

Advanced Tab

Language Settings

Settings related to communication language.

  • Language The language value to be used when connecting to the SAP system. Set this to the ISO 639-1 value for the language the SAP system uses.

Gateway

Settings related to communicating with SAP through a gateway.

  • Gateway Host The hostname or IP address of the gateway through which to connect.
  • Gateway Service The gateway service to use.

Logon Load Balancing

Settings related to logging in to the SAP system as a group to enable load balancing.

  • Message Server The service name of the load balancer.
  • System ID Identifies the SAP system.
  • Logon Group The group to use when load balancing.

Secure Network Communications (SNC)

Settings related to using an external security product to enhance the SAP connection security.

  • SNC Name The SNC name for the machine making the connection.
  • SNC Partner Name The SNC name of the SAP system the connector is connecting to.
  • SNC Quality of Protection Level The level of protection added by the SNC product.
  • SNC Library The path to the external security product’s library.

Advanced Settings

Settings not included in the previous categories.

  • 処理の遅延 インプットフォルダに置かれたファイルの処理を遅延させる時間(秒)。これは旧式の設定です。代替として、ローカルファイルシステムの管理にはFile コネクタの使用がベストプラクティスです。
  • Refresh Schema When enabled, the connector attempts to update the schema it uses for parsing when a parsing error occurs. The schema is updated by reaching out to the SAP system and querying for the appropriate schema.

Message

Message settings determine how the connector searches for messages and manages them after processing. You can save messages to your Sent folder or you can group them based on a Sent folder scheme, as described below.

  • Sent フォルダに保存 チェックすると、コネクタで処理されたファイルをコネクタのSent フォルダにコピーします。
  • Sent Folder Scheme Instructs the connector to group files in the Sent folder according to the selected interval. For example, the Weekly option instructs the connector to create a new subfolder each week and store all sent files for the week in that folder. The blank setting instructs the connector to save all files directly in the Sent folder. For connectors that process many transactions, using subfolders can help keep files organized and improve performance.

Logging

Settings that govern the creation and storage of logs.

  • Log Level The verbosity of logs generated by the connector. When you request support, set this to Debug.
  • Log Subfolder Scheme Instructs the connector to group files in the Logs folder according to the selected interval. For example, the Weekly option instructs the connector to create a new subfolder each week and store all logs for the week in that folder. The blank setting tells the connector to save all logs directly in the Logs folder. For connectors that process many transactions, using subfolders helps keep logs organized and improves performance.
  • Log Messages Check this to have the log entry for a processed file include a copy of the file itself. If you disable this, you might not be able to download a copy of the file from the Input or Output tabs.

Miscellaneous

Miscellaneous settings are for specific use cases.

  • Other Settings Enables you to configure hidden connector settings in a semicolon-separated list (for example, setting1=value1;setting2=value2). Normal connector use cases and functionality should not require the use of these settings.

Establishing a Connection

Using NetWeaver RFC SDK

The following libraries from the NetWeaver RFC SDK must be placed into the Arc www\\bin\\x64 folder (www\\bin\\x86 on 32-bit operating systems):

  • sapnwrfc.dll
  • icudt30.dll
  • icuin30.dll
  • icuuc30.dll
  • libicudecnumber.dll
  • libsapucum.dll

Notes:

  • The .dll names might be different based on the version of the SAP RFC SDK you have installed. The examples above are for version 3.0.

  • You need to add the sapgw00 service to your listed services for the NetWeaver SDK connection to work on your client machine. You can add it to the services file at C:\\Windows\\System32\\drivers\\etc\\services.

Using Classic RFC SDK

The non-Unicode library does not require anything other than librfc32.dll. Place librfc32.dll into the Arc www\\bin\\x64 folder (www\\bin\\x86 on 32-bit operating systems).

Note: These libraries are provided in both x86 and x64, so you must use the same platform that the process is using. If the application is running on on a 64-bit version of Windows, the process is 64-bit.

Using Classic RFC SDK with Unicode Support

The following libraries from the SAP RFC SDK must be placed into the Arc www\\bin\\x64 folder (www\\bin\\x86 on 32-bit operating systems):

  • librfc32u.dll
  • icudt30.dll
  • icuin30.dll
  • icuuc30.dll

Notes:

  • The .dll names might be different based on the version of the SAP RFC SDK you have installed. The examples above are for version 3.0.

  • These libraries are provided in both x86 and x64, so you must use the same platform that the process is using. If the application is running on on a 64-bit version of Windows, the process is 64-bit.

Using the Java Connector

To use the Java connector, add sapjco3.jar to the lib folder of your Java servlet container.

Using SOAP

SOAP can only be used to send IDocs to SAP. You must use a different connection type to receive IDocs from SAP.

Note: This requires enabling SOAP connections on the SAP system.

Configuring Services

In addition to the dependencies above, the following services must be added to %WINDIR%\\system32\\drivers\\etc\\services, or /etc/services if your system is running Linux or Mac OS X. If SAP NetWeaver is already installed on the machine, no further action is required.

Service Name Connector Number/Protocol
sapdp00 3200/tcp
sapdp01 3201/tcp
sapdp02 3202/tcp
sapdp03 3203/tcp
sapdp04 3204/tcp
sapdp05 3205/tcp
sapdp06 3206/tcp
sapdp07 3207/tcp
sapdp08 3208/tcp
sapdp09 3209/tcp
sapdp10 3210/tcp
sapdp11 3211/tcp
sapdp12 3212/tcp
sapdp13 3213/tcp
sapdp14 3214/tcp
sapdp15 3215/tcp
sapdp16 3216/tcp
sapdp17 3217/tcp
sapdp18 3218/tcp
sapdp19 3219/tcp
sapdp20 3220/tcp
sapdp21 3221/tcp
sapdp22 3222/tcp
sapdp23 3223/tcp
sapdp24 3224/tcp
sapdp25 3225/tcp
sapdp26 3226/tcp
sapdp27 3227/tcp
sapdp28 3228/tcp
sapdp29 3229/tcp
sapdp30 3230/tcp
sapdp31 3231/tcp
sapdp32 3232/tcp
sapdp33 3233/tcp
sapdp34 3234/tcp
sapdp35 3235/tcp
sapdp36 3236/tcp
sapdp37 3237/tcp
sapdp38 3238/tcp
sapdp39 3239/tcp
sapdp40 3240/tcp
sapdp41 3241/tcp
sapdp42 3242/tcp
sapdp43 3243/tcp
sapdp44 3244/tcp
sapdp45 3245/tcp
sapdp46 3246/tcp
sapdp47 3247/tcp
sapdp48 3248/tcp
sapdp49 3249/tcp
sapdp50 3250/tcp
sapdp51 3251/tcp
sapdp52 3252/tcp
sapdp53 3253/tcp
sapdp54 3254/tcp
sapdp55 3255/tcp
sapdp56 3256/tcp
sapdp57 3257/tcp
sapdp58 3258/tcp
sapdp59 3259/tcp
sapdp60 3260/tcp
sapdp61 3261/tcp
sapdp62 3262/tcp
sapdp63 3263/tcp
sapdp64 3264/tcp
sapdp65 3265/tcp
sapdp66 3266/tcp
sapdp67 3267/tcp
sapdp68 3268/tcp
sapdp69 3269/tcp
sapdp70 3270/tcp
sapdp71 3271/tcp
sapdp72 3272/tcp
sapdp73 3273/tcp
sapdp74 3274/tcp
sapdp75 3275/tcp
sapdp76 3276/tcp
sapdp77 3277/tcp
sapdp78 3278/tcp
sapdp79 3279/tcp
sapdp80 3280/tcp
sapdp81 3281/tcp
sapdp82 3282/tcp
sapdp83 3283/tcp
sapdp84 3284/tcp
sapdp85 3285/tcp
sapdp86 3286/tcp
sapdp87 3287/tcp
sapdp88 3288/tcp
sapdp89 3289/tcp
sapdp90 3290/tcp
sapdp91 3291/tcp
sapdp92 3292/tcp
sapdp93 3293/tcp
sapdp94 3294/tcp
sapdp95 3295/tcp
sapdp96 3296/tcp
sapdp97 3297/tcp
sapdp98 3298/tcp
sapdp99 3299/tcp
sapgw00 3300/tcp
sapgw01 3301/tcp
sapgw02 3302/tcp
sapgw03 3303/tcp
sapgw04 3304/tcp
sapgw05 3305/tcp
sapgw06 3306/tcp
sapgw07 3307/tcp
sapgw08 3308/tcp
sapgw09 3309/tcp
sapgw10 3310/tcp
sapgw11 3311/tcp
sapgw12 3312/tcp
sapgw13 3313/tcp
sapgw14 3314/tcp
sapgw15 3315/tcp
sapgw16 3316/tcp
sapgw17 3317/tcp
sapgw18 3318/tcp
sapgw19 3319/tcp
sapgw20 3320/tcp
sapgw21 3321/tcp
sapgw22 3322/tcp
sapgw23 3323/tcp
sapgw24 3324/tcp
sapgw25 3325/tcp
sapgw26 3326/tcp
sapgw27 3327/tcp
sapgw28 3328/tcp
sapgw29 3329/tcp
sapgw30 3330/tcp
sapgw31 3331/tcp
sapgw32 3332/tcp
sapgw33 3333/tcp
sapgw34 3334/tcp
sapgw35 3335/tcp
sapgw36 3336/tcp
sapgw37 3337/tcp
sapgw38 3338/tcp
sapgw39 3339/tcp
sapgw40 3340/tcp
sapgw41 3341/tcp
sapgw42 3342/tcp
sapgw43 3343/tcp
sapgw44 3344/tcp
sapgw45 3345/tcp
sapgw46 3346/tcp
sapgw47 3347/tcp
sapgw48 3348/tcp
sapgw49 3349/tcp
sapgw50 3350/tcp
sapgw51 3351/tcp
sapgw52 3352/tcp
sapgw53 3353/tcp
sapgw54 3354/tcp
sapgw55 3355/tcp
sapgw56 3356/tcp
sapgw57 3357/tcp
sapgw58 3358/tcp
sapgw59 3359/tcp
sapgw60 3360/tcp
sapgw61 3361/tcp
sapgw62 3362/tcp
sapgw63 3363/tcp
sapgw64 3364/tcp
sapgw65 3365/tcp
sapgw66 3366/tcp
sapgw67 3367/tcp
sapgw68 3368/tcp
sapgw69 3369/tcp
sapgw70 3370/tcp
sapgw71 3371/tcp
sapgw72 3372/tcp
sapgw73 3373/tcp
sapgw74 3374/tcp
sapgw75 3375/tcp
sapgw76 3376/tcp
sapgw77 3377/tcp
sapgw78 3378/tcp
sapgw79 3379/tcp
sapgw80 3380/tcp
sapgw81 3381/tcp
sapgw82 3382/tcp
sapgw83 3383/tcp
sapgw84 3384/tcp
sapgw85 3385/tcp
sapgw86 3386/tcp
sapgw87 3387/tcp
sapgw88 3388/tcp
sapgw89 3389/tcp
sapgw90 3390/tcp
sapgw91 3391/tcp
sapgw92 3392/tcp
sapgw93 3393/tcp
sapgw94 3394/tcp
sapgw95 3395/tcp
sapgw96 3396/tcp
sapgw97 3397/tcp
sapgw98 3398/tcp
sapgw99 3399/tcp

Logging on to SAP

The following settings are required to connect with your SAP system.

  • SAP Host Host name of the target system. Host names can be regular host names defined in a hosts file, an IP address like 123.123.123.123, or an SAProuter address such as /H/hostname/S/connector/H/host/S/connector/...
  • System Number The number by which the target system is defined. The valid range is 0 to 99, but in general this is 0.
  • Client The client authenticating to the SAP system.
  • User The user that is authenticating to the SAP system.
  • Password The password for the authenticating user.

Gateway

When connecting to SAP via a gateway, use the options in the Gateway section of the Advanced tab.

Load Balancing

To log on via load balancing, set the properties in the Logon Load Balancing section of the Advanced tab.

Secure Network Communications (SNC)

To enable secure network communications, check the Enable SNC box in the Secure Network Communications (SNC) section of the Advanced tab. Set SNC Library to the .dll of the SNC library you want to use to connect with SAP.

Sending IDocs to SAP

Once you have configured the IDoc connector to connect to your SAP system, you can begin sending IDoc files to SAP. The IDoc connector can send files formatted in raw IDoc or XML IDoc.

You can configure the connector to automatically insert control record information into the IDoc being sent to SAP: the DOCREL, SNDPOR, SNDPRT, and so on. This makes it easier to process outgoing IDocs to the configured system. Configure these settings in the Control Record Information Options section of the Settings tab.

Before sending an IDoc to your SAP system, make sure that you have properly configured a partner profile in SAP. If no partner profile in SAP matches the control record information in the IDoc you are sending, the data will not be processed by your SAP system. See Test Sending an IDoc to SAP for more information on setting up a partner profile.

Tip: You can use transaction code WE60 to search for segment documentation for different IDoc types.

Test Sending an IDoc to SAP

To test sending an IDoc to SAP, you first need to configure your SAP system to have a partner profile for Arc. The following steps describe how to do this with an ORDERS IDoc.

  1. Create a partner: Go to transaction code WE20 and define a partner profile. Set Partn Type to KU for Customer and Partner No to a valid customer number.

    Create a Partner

  2. Add an inbound parameter for the ORDERS document: The message type for this document is ORDERS. On the Inbound Options tab, set Process code to ORDE to tell SAP how to create a sales order when a purchase order ORDERS document is received by the SAP system.

    Set Parameters

  3. Assign the customer to a sales division: The customer configured in step one must be assigned to a sales organization, distribution channel, and division. Go to transaction VOE2 to configure these settings in the EDSDC table.

Receiving IDocs from SAP

Once you have configured the IDoc connector to connect to your SAP system, you can begin receiving IDoc files from SAP. The IDoc connector can receive files formatted in raw IDoc or XML IDoc.

To receive files from SAP, create an RFC destination for Arc. You can then check Enable IDoc Receiver in the Receiver Options section of the Settings tab, then enter the Program Id that you registered in your SAP system for Arc.

Test Receiving an IDoc from SAP

This example describes how to configure your SAP system to send a MATMAS IDoc to Arc.

  1. Define a logical system: First, go to transaction SALE. Then navigate to Basic Settings > Logical Systems > Define Logical System. Create a new entry with a valid name (for example, Arc) and description.
  2. Create an RFC destination: Open transaction code SM59. Click the create button and fill in the fields for the RFC destination described below.

    • RFC Destination A unique name for the new destination (for example, Arc_DEST).
    • Connection Type T for TCP/IP.
    • Description A description for the destination.
    • Program Id A unique name that will be set in Arc to identify the destination.
    • Activation Type Select Registered Server Program.

    After you save the settings, test the connection to make sure you can successfully connect to Arc.

  3. Create a processing connector: Go to transaction code WE21. Create a new Transactional RFC connector with a unique name and the same destination you created in step 2.

  4. Create a partner profile: Open transaction WE20. Create a partner profile for the logical system that you added in step 1. Next, add an outbound parameter for the MATMAS document. Set the Message Type to MATMAS. On the Outbound Options tab, set the Receiver port to the value of the connector you configured in step 3, set the Output Mode to Transfer IDoc Immed, and set the IDoc Basic type to MATMAS05.

  5. Send a test IDoc: Use transaction BD10 to send a test IDoc to Arc for a specified material number. You need to configure the Message Type and Logical System before sending the message. Use transaction BD87 to monitor outgoing messages and process them again if necessary.

Macros

ファイルの命名規則にマクロを使用することで、組織の効率とデータの文脈的理解を高めることができます。マクロをファイル名に組み込むことで、識別子、タイムスタンプ、ヘッダー情報などの関連情報を動的に含めることができ、各ファイルに有益なコンテキストを付与できます。これにより、組織にとって重要な詳細をファイル名に反映させることができます。

CData Arc はこれらのマクロをサポートしており、すべて次の構文を使用します:%Macro%

Macro 説明
ConnectorID コネクタのConnectorID を返します。
Ext コネクタが処理中のファイルの拡張子を返します。
Filename コネクタが処理中のファイルのファイル名(拡張子を含む)を返します。
FilenameNoExt コネクタが処理中のファイルのファイル名(拡張子なし)を返します。
MessageId コネクタがアウトプットするメッセージのMessageId を返します。
RegexFilename:pattern コネクタで処理中のファイルのファイル名にRegEx パターンを適用します。
Header:headername コネクタが処理中のメッセージのヘッダー(headername)の値を返します。
LongDate システムの現在の日時を長い形式(例:Wednesday, January 24, 2024)で返します。
ShortDate システムの現在の日時をyyyy-MM-dd 形式(例:2024-01-24)で返します。
DateFormat:format システムの現在の日時を指定されたフォーマット(format)で返します。使用可能な日付フォーマットについては、サンプル日付フォーマット を参照してください。
Vault:vaultitem 指定されたvault 項目の値を返します。
ARCKEY Evaluates to the key for the external message archive.
CIMTYP Evaluates to the custom extension defined by the user.
CREDAT Evaluates to the creation date of the IDoc.
CRETIM Evaluates to the creation time of the IDoc.
DIRECT Evaluates to the direction of the IDoc (it indicates if the IDoc is inbound or outbound).
DOCNUM Evaluates to the unique number assigned to the IDoc.
DOCREL Evaluates to the SAP release number for the IDoc.
EXPRSS Evaluates to the value of the EXPRSS flag.
IDOCTYP Evaluates to the name of the basic type of the IDoc.
MANDT Evaluates to the client number.
MESCOD Evaluates to the message code.
MESFCT Evaluates to the message function.
MESTYP Evaluates to the message type.
OUTMOD Evaluates to the output mode.
RCVLAD Evaluates to the recipient’s logical address.
RCVPFC Evaluates to the recipient’s partner function.
RCVPOR Evaluates to the receiver port value.
RCVPRN Evaluates to the receiver partner number.
RCVPRT Evaluates to the receiver partner type.
RCVSAD Evaluates to the recipient’s address.
REFGRP Evaluates to the message group (such as EDI Message Group).
REFINT Evaluates to the transmission file (such as EDI Interchange).
REFMES Evaluates to the message (such as EDI Message)
SERIAL Evaluates to the EDI serialization field.
SNDLAD Evaluates to the sender’s logical address.
SNDPFC Evaluates to the sender’s partner function.
SNDPOR Evaluates to the sender’s port.
SNDPRN Evaluates to the sender’s partner number.
SNDPRT Evaluates to the sender’s partner type.
SNDSAD Evaluates to the sender’s address.
STATUS Evaluates to the status of the IDoc.
STD Evaluates to a flag indicating the EDI standard.
STDMES Evaluates to the EDI message type.
STDVRS Evaluates to the EDI standard, version and release.
TABNAM Evaluates to the name of the table structure.
TEST Evaluates to the value of the test flag.

%Ext% や%ShortDate% などの引数を必要としないマクロもありますが、引数を必要とするマクロもあります。引数を渡すマクロはすべて次の構文を用います:%Macro:argument%

以下は、引数を渡すマクロの例です。

  • %Header:headername%:headername はメッセージのヘッダー名です。
  • %Header:mycustomheader% は、インプットメッセージで設定されたmycustomheader ヘッダーの値を返します。
  • %Header:ponum% は、インプットメッセージで設定されたponum ヘッダーの値に対応します。
  • %RegexFilename:pattern%:pattern は正規表現パターンです。例えば、%RegexFilename:^([\w][A-Za-z]+)% はファイル名の最初の単語と照合し、大文字と小文字を区別せずに結果を返します(test_file.xmltest に変換されます)。
  • %Vault:vaultitem%:vaultitem は、vault のアイテム名です。例えば、%Vault:companyname% はVault に保存されているcompanyname アイテムの値を返します。
  • %DateFormat:format%:format は使用可能な日付フォーマットです(詳細はサンプル日付フォーマット を参照してください)。例えば、%DateFormat:yyyy-MM-dd-HH-mm-ss-fff% はファイルの日付とタイムスタンプを返します。

以下の例に示すように、より詳細なマクロを作成することもできます。

  • 複数のマクロを1つのファイル名にまとめる:%DateFormat:yyyy-MM-dd-HH-mm-ss-fff%%EXT%
  • マクロの外側にテキストを含める:MyFile_%DateFormat:yyyy-MM-dd-HH-mm-ss-fff%
  • マクロ内にテキストを含める:%DateFormat:'DateProcessed-'yyyy-MM-dd_'TimeProcessed-'HH-mm-ss%