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Cross referencing table in PO 7.4 Single Stack.

Hi experts,

We are planning to migrate from PI Dual Stack to PO 7.4 Java stack. We have RFC lookup tables developed and maintained in our current ABAP stack of PI. We would like to maintain the same RFC lookup tables when we migrate to PO 7.4 as well. Is there any way that we could maintain these RFC lookup tables on Single stack( Java stack) without maintaining those in ECC?

Also, we are using UKMS(Unified Key Mapping Service) approach in one of the existing interface and now client wants to implement the same in SAP PO. How can we implement approach similar to UKMS in SAP PO?

Did anyone has implemented a similar approach in their project?

I have searched SCN and find only one blog which seems similar to my requirement.

https://blogs.sap.com/2013/03/24/building-a-custom-lookup-service-for-cross-referencing-table-in-pi-731-single-stack/

Any detailed blog or document will be helpful. Thanks in advance!

Regards,

Sukhsimran Sodhi

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  • Posted on Jun 27, 2019 at 06:42 PM

    Hi Sukhisimran.

    If you re using the lookup tables for validation and duplication check etc. then in SAP PO 7.5 you can use REST lookup via parameterized map or JDBC Look ups.

    How many entries are there? Is this a kind of transactional look up?

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