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SLOC not transferred to lines items from Default Settings (SRM 3.0)

When creating a shopping cart via bbpsc01, an SLOC is selected via F4 help (reads from R/3 backend). The SLOC is not populated down to the line items in the Shopping Cart.

This functioned prior to application of BBPCRM support stack 8.

Response from SAP is that we must maintain these SLOCs and their appropriate matching nomenclature in SRM under Extended Attributes via entry and then a report. Unfortunately, we have over 290K of them, and users can add on the fly in SAP backend, so this is not feasible.

Any help is appreciated and will be rewarded!

Bill

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  • Aug 17, 2006 at 04:18 PM

    Hi Bill,

    The report enable you to download locally all locations.

    Then if you maintain a range in the extended attributes, user will be able to select one on the fly in bbpsc01.

    Kind regards,

    Yann

    Message was edited by: Yann Bouillut

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    Aug 17, 2006 at 04:49 PM

    Thanks so much for your prompt post!

    The report they provided was merely for updating the description, once you have maually added the SLOCs in ppoma_bbp via Extended Attributes> Storage Locations (report BBP_ATTR_TEXT_REFRESH).

    What report would allow me to download locally all Storage Locations? If I schedule this to run from time to time, does it just pick up the new slocs?

    I am fine with applying all SLOCs to my root structure, but do not know how to apply in ppoma_bbp other than manual entry.

    Thanks again for the prompt response!

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    • Hi Bill,

      Well i think i didn't clearly understood your issue.

      You have default location and storage location in your SC ?

      User can select another location and /or storage location if required.

      What else do you need ?

      Kind regards,

      Yann