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Vendor Replication

Hi everyone,

I am getting an warning when I try to replicate a vendor from the R3 system to SRM 5. I am in classic mode.

When I execute BBPGETVD, I get the warning "No Bank Master Data Maintained No Bank Data Transferred". The bank master information is there in the backend system. The replication creates a business partner however I cannot see the replicated vendor in PPOMA_BBP. There is no problem creating a shopping basket in EBP for this vendor. Also before replication I had to setup the table HPR1000. Without this setup BBPGETVD does not recognize the org# in the transaction. My question are:

- Is table HPR1000 setup standard in SRM5?

- In SRM5 can I not see the vendors in PPOMA_BBP?



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    Posted on Oct 13, 2006 at 08:05 PM


    If you are in SRM 5.0. The vendors are created in T-code PPOCV_BBP. Here you create your vendor root and all vendors get populated as a result of vendor replication in this org unit.

    To display this vendor root org, please use PPOMV_BBP.

    Pls assign points if answer is usefull


    Message was edited by: Sundeep Ravande

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  • Posted on Oct 13, 2006 at 08:09 PM

    Hello Venkat,

    These are the generic steps till SRM4.0

    1. Manaully create a org unit entry in the org structure.

    2. Now use the org unit id which is created during the replication of vendors(BBPGETVD).

    3. After replicating, you will see the vendors in the org structure.

    Also you can do what sundeep suggested for SRM5.0.

    Hope your problem will be solved.



    Message was edited by: Mani Sreedharala

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