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Mapping custom(ZFields) Fields From CRM 7.0 (Ehp2) to ECC 6.0 (Ehp6) @ Sales Order Level

Hello,

We have added a few custom fields in CRM 7.0 (Ehp2) using AET. The BDoc BUS_TRANS_MSG has been automatically extended with these custom fields.

On ECC 6.0 (Ehp6) side also, same custom fields have been added to VBAK and VBAP, using APPEND STRUCTURE. Fields were added to ADDITIONAL DATA TAB B in VA01 / VA02 transactions.

Our issue is, when a sales order is created in CRM, it is getting replicated on ECC. But, only standard fields are getting replicated. The custom fields that we have added are remaining empty on ECC side.

In CRM --> txn SMW01, we can see that the BDOC is populated with custom fields also.

What is it that we have to do to ensure that custom fields are also replicated to ECC. Do we need to maintain field mapping between CRM and ECC, for custom fields, manually. How and where do we have to maintain the mapping. Also, please let me know the BADIs / exits that need to be implemented to achieve the above functionality

Could you please let me know (step by step process) how do mapping these fields vice versa.

Thanks,

Adi.

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    Posted on Aug 30, 2013 at 05:55 PM

    Hello Adi

    you can use BADI CRM_DATAEXCHG_BADI to transfer data for sales order from CRM to ECC and vice versa.

    You cna use method CRM_DATAEXCH_AFTER_BAPI_FILL.

    You can see the sample implementation CRM_BTX_EEW_DATAEXCH for your refrence purpose.

    Also go through the documenation of the BADI.

    regards

    Naresh

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