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Massive import of Relationships

Dear community,

We are using the standard import template on our Cloud for Customer to import customers.

In the available fields though I don't see the possibility to also upload relationships with already existing accounts (e.g. "has the ship to", ...). Did you had a similar requirement and how did you manage it?

Thank you and best regards,

Alessandra

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    Posted on Feb 13, 2018 at 07:03 PM

    Hi Alessandra

    In addition to Saurabh's input, you can also use Data Migration Template to exclusively upload BP Relationships. You can find this in BC Fine Tuning.

    If Saurabh's response has already answered your query please mark it complete, so that this thread can help others.

    Regards

    Dedeepya

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    Posted on Jan 17, 2017 at 10:53 AM

    Hello Alessandra,

    You can solve it via Data Workbench.

    All what you have to do it to create ODATA service on the Relationship node of the Customer Object. You can do it using Business user and then use the Data workbench CSV download and upload to manage the relationships.

    BR,

    Saurabh

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      Hello Saurabh,

      sorry I'm afraid that my question wasn't clear - I was able to create a custom ODATA service in the Data Workbench on the object Business Partner - Relationships, but I can only create relationships between two existing customers. Under the object Custoemrs I cannot find any "Relationship" node.

      My requirement is to create a new customer and at the same time also create a relationship with an existing customer.

      Thank you and best regards,

      Alessandra

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