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S4 1511 On Prem Business Partner Master Data

I am implementing s4 1511 for a client. We are creating master data conversion programs as they do not run SAP. I have a good understanding of the new BP functionality. However, what i am NOT clear on is some of the details regarding customer partner function integration with BP. For example:

Business Partner General=100

FI Customer=100

Credit MGMT=100

FLCU01 Customer=100

Sold to=100

Bill to=100

Ship to=100

My question is how do i maintain other ship to's for this? From what i can tell, i would need to create a new "101" BP-FLCU01 similar to the above hierarchy for each ship to location and then go into FLCU01 Customer=100 and add the "101" as partner function ship to. I believe the master data would look like the following:

Business Partner General=100

FI Customer=100

Credit MGMT=100

FLCU01 Customer=100

Sold to=100

Bill to=100

Ship to=100

Ship to=101

Business Partner General=101

FLCU01 Customer=101

Sold to=101

Bill to=101

Ship to=101


This seems arguably more complex than "XD" methodology as there will be a new BP and Customer for every ship to location. Thoughts??

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    Posted on Aug 24, 2016 at 03:58 AM

    Business partner migration is little tricky. We are using Rapid Deployment solutions from SAP for S4HANA to migrate data. However For business partners migration please take look at this BAPI - RFC_CVI_EI_INBOUND_MAIN

    This function has pretty much has almost all of the businesspartner/customer/vendor fields

    For your particular partner functions case, there is segment in the above mentioned BP that you can use.

    P.S. - If you decide use this function module please share us your experience.

    Regards

    Krishna


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