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sBDoc and mBDoc

I am new to CRM. my question is what kind of data do you synchronize to Mobile clients? Does everything that goes into CRM gets synchronized to mobile clients?

if so does that mean for every sBDoc there is a corresponding mBDoc.

Thanks,

Narsi

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    Posted on Oct 18, 2006 at 02:14 PM

    Hi,

    The mobile clients recieve only the data for which they have subscribed.

    The B'docs are grouped into publications and mobile clients subscribe to some of these Publications. So when the data is synchronized, the mobile client recieves the B'docs that it has subscribed to. So everything that goes into CRM does not get synchronized to mobile clients.

    For every S'bdoc there has to be a corresponding M'bdoc but the vice versa may not be true.

    Thanks,

    Rashmi.

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  • Posted on Oct 18, 2006 at 03:56 PM

    Hi

    we maintain mobile clients as a Separate sites in the admin console,so these sites can synchrnize the data with the CRM central server.While maintain the sites we define the replication objects for the particular business objects,than we define the publications for the particular replication objects,finally we give the subscription for the particular sites.so these what ever subscibed site will access CRM central data base.

    here the data coming from mobile site to CRM as a SBDOC's

    upto Mobile adapter,it converts the SBDOC's into Mbdoc's

    and sends to CRM.

    Naren..

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    Posted on Oct 19, 2006 at 03:05 PM

    thanks guys..

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