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SXDA in CRM- Details

Hi:

I need to expeort the details from flat file to CRM Business partner.

I came to know we can use SXDA, Please help me, How to use this tool.

If any one have the reading material or link on this, Kindly forward

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    Posted on Nov 30, 2005 at 11:18 AM

    Hi

    The SAP System provides several workbenches to transfer data from legacy systems. Depending on the object type you want to transfer you use one of the following workbenches:

    Data Transfer Workbench

    The Data Transfer Workbench (SXDA) provides access to most of the SAP standard transfer programs and techniques. You can use the workbench in the following areas:

    Cross-application functions (CA)

    Financial Accounting and Asset Accounting (FI, FI-AA)

    Real Estate Management (RE)

    Logistics (LO)

    Sales and Distribution (SD)

    Material Management (MM)

    Logistics Execution (LE)

    Quality Management (QM)

    Plant Maintenance (PM)

    Production Planning and Control (PP)

    Human Resources (HR)

    External Data Transfer Tool

    You can use the External Data Transfer Tool in the following areas:

    Treasury (TR)

    Central Business Partner

    Executive Information System (EIS)

    Profitability Analysis (CO-PA)

    Bank Customer Accounts (BCA), Results and Risk Analysis in SAP Banking

    In the Environment, Health & Safety (EHS) and Enterprise Controlling (EC) areas you use other data transfer tools and techniques.

    http://help.sap.com/saphelp_crm40/helpdata/en/41/8d84382b852a56e10000009b38f842/frameset.htm

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