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Retracting Planning data to R/3

Hi All,

I have to retract the APO Demand Planning data to R/3 from BW. Is there any standard retractors which will send data to R/3 or any other methods available for this.

Any help in this will be appreciated

thanks

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    Posted on Apr 13, 2006 at 02:24 PM

    Hi,

    I would think APO has some standard way of retracting demand planning data to R/3. However, if for some reason that is not possible. At a client of mine that was not using APO we retracted to R/3 by creating an infospoke that wrote to a table and then retracted to R/3 from that table.

    Mike.

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    • Former Member

      Hi ,

      I need to retract data from BW-BPS 7.1 to SRM.I am new to BW

      (3 months experience)

      Can anyone send me documentation , links or steps by steps guide to explain how

      to do the link please?

      If there are no standard retractors, what is the solution?

      This a challenging task for me and I really need to do it at work (there will be

      an evaluation at the end of this work).

      Thanks in advance for your help.

      I'll surely assign points if one can help me.

      My mail is aimk2@yahoo.fr

      Nevil

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