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Request: CRM BW Extraction

Hi Experts,

When i post the questions i receive lot of responses from you gurus and i also award points right now I would like to know what are the differences between the Extraction from SAP R/3 to BW (LIS, FI etc) when compared with CRM BW Extraction. And also why we are using the BW Adapters in CRM is there any other reason other than BDOCs? Please anyone could send me the good documentation on CRM Middleware and the Extraction process because I am new to CRM BW extraction. I appreciate your responses.You can mail me on ********* REMOVED BY ADMIN ************

Thanks a lot in Advance

With Regards

Nagamani.

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    Posted on May 17, 2006 at 09:38 PM

    Sree

    Please check your Mail and hope this helps

    Thanks

    Sat

    PS: If you post this in BI Forum you will get good response

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    • Former Member

      Can you please send documents if you have any on BW adapter, I am interested in creating a custom datasource using BDOC in BW adapter.

      Please send to ************ REMOVED BY ADMIN **************

      Thanks,

      BW_US

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    Posted on Jan 30, 2007 at 11:48 PM

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