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Data Conversion Objects for PLM WebUI

Hi,

I need inputs around what should be the data conversion strategy for objects such as Access Control Context, Assigning users and data objects to a context, Syncronization unit for e-BOM to m-BOM etc when migration to SAP PLM 7.03.

Also, what tools should be used to mass create or upload them.

Regards,

Zoheb Hasan

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  • Posted on May 31, 2014 at 11:14 AM

    Hello Zoheb,

    What exactly are you migrating from? If it's the case of a legacy PDM system, most of the stuff doesn't require any migration, as the base layer of the PLM framework is based on the same database objects...

    Tudor

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    Posted on Jun 02, 2014 at 10:26 PM

    Thanks for the response Tudor,

    My Client is currently using Agile PLM and they are already collaborating with external partners for documents, BOM’s,etc.

    Now, when we go live in SAP, I want know what are the options available to migrate this information in SAP PLM. We are using ACM, so I wanted know what tools or procedures are
    available to migrate the existing information to SAP PLM.

    Also, client is currently not using E-BOM, but there is a need to use E-BOM going forwards to use the E-BOM to M-BOM synchronization functionality. If we create the standalone E-BOM
    and M-BOM, how can we link them together to start using the synchronization functionality.

    Thanks once again
    for your valuable responses.

    Regards,

    Zoheb Hasan

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