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Upload of Pricing Conditions R3<>CRM Change Not Immediate

Hi,

We are uploading changes for pricing conditions from R3 (47) to CRM (50)using DNL_CUST_CNDALL via the middleware. The object(s) replicate without error and you can see the changes in the pricing condition (PRC_CONDTYPE_CRM).

For example we change a condition to unrestricted to allow for manual updates in the sales order pricing. This changes was not reflected however it seems that after a couple of hours (or even overnight) the changes are changed and we are now able to manually update the condition.

Has anyone experienced this and/or have suggestions?

Cheers

Wiktor

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    Posted on Oct 17, 2006 at 10:57 PM

    The IPC has a buffer refresh window that can be defined in its configuration. In order to make the CRM customizing visible to IPC faster you have 2 choices:

    1 - Restart the IPC service and the new customizing is immediatly available.

    2 - Make the refresh window smaller (I think the default is to refresh every 12 hours)

    PS: In prodution system the refresh window should be kept large for performance reasons.

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      Hi Joao,

      Thanks for all the help plus the where to see the setup in CRM50. We refreshed the IPC and the configuration changes took place immediately. Also have asked our basis team to schedule the refresh twice daily in our SBX environment.

      Thanks again.

      Cheers

      Wiktor

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