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Company Code concept in SAP CRM

Hi All,

We are not able to find any place where company code can be created in SAP CRM.

Please help in understanding the concept of company code in SAP CRM.

Thanks,

Naresh

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  • Posted on Dec 15, 2013 at 05:35 PM

    Hi Naresh,

    As per my knowledge I do not think the Company codes are created in CRM, instead they are created in ECC and then replicated to CRM using Middle-ware.

    Table 'T001' in ECC is being Mapped to table 'CRMD_IC_CCODE' in CRM .

    Hope it helps,

    Thanks

    Kumar.

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    Posted on Dec 27, 2013 at 07:23 AM

    hello Naresh,

    the plants are assigned as partner function in the crm order, which when replicated to ecc will become the plant.

    in ecc the company code is determined based on the plant assignment to company code.

    let me know if this is useful or you need detailed info

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      Hello Naresh,

      Theres no such differentiation for intercompany or normal sales orders.

      plant and company code assignments are not there in CRM

      Are you going to have billing in CRM?

      you may have to explain a little more about your scenario so that I can help you

      regards

      Arya

  • Posted on Jan 02, 2014 at 03:04 PM

    Hi Naresh,

    The Company Codes arent created in CRM but they are fetched from ECC.

    I think you need to assign the company codes to the billing units, which later is assigned to the sales organisations.

    As you can see Plant is also assigned to the Organization Unit in this Path.

    Maybe it will serve your purpose.

    Regards,

    Devashish


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