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Quotes / Orders from ERP --> C4C huge data (10.000 and more segments)

Dear all,

following up on this (unfortunately unanswered till now) we found out that it is most probably Sales Quote / Sales Order Replication (ERP --> C4C) that accounts for the traffic.

We have COD_REPLICATE_SALES_ORDER IDocs with 300 or more items (Segment = E101COD_S_SLS_ITEM_DATA) and each item has about 50 Condition / Pricing records (Segment = E102COD_S_BAPICOND)

I'd like to know:

  • Are we doing it wrong? Especially, did we miss something in setup / customizing of ERP --> C4C connectivity that would limit pricing (E102COD_S_BAPICOND segment) e.g. to one or a few COND_TYPE entries per item?
  • Is there a general way to "minify" the output of an IDoc heading to C4C and it is even supported by C4C to minify an IDoc or would C4C always expect a "full set"

Many thanks and kind regards

Jens

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  • Posted on Sep 23, 2019 at 02:14 PM

    Hello Jens,

    If you are enabling pricing transfer from SAP to C4C. It is expected and it will based on your pricing procedure structure in SAP.

    Thanks,
    JP

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  • Posted on Sep 19, 2019 at 10:52 AM
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    • Hi Keshav,

      I might have come across that blog earlier (not completely sure though). So thank you.

      However, I believe while the blog laid out in quite some detail how to set up Sales Order / Quote Replication, there isn't some specific passage that deals with my explicit problem: "Huge IDocs"

      When we did the onboarding we used the connectivity wizard report "RCOD_CREATE_CONNECTIVITY_SIMPL". I did some random checks and all the artifacts the connectivity report created matched the ones that were described within the blog.

      Cheers

      Jens

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