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Plant as a Vendor in Partner Determination

Hi

In the Partner tabs, I need to determine the Plant as a vendor.

Do I need to create a relationship of the Plant with BP. If yes, what should be the relationship category? I am using "has undefined relationship".

To determine the Plant in Partners tab as one of the Partner, In access sequence, I have used the source as "Business Partner relationships" with the details on the source as Partner function - Sold to party.

In the partner determination procedure, I have assigned this Access seq, with function as Vendor.

While executing the transaction, I am not getting the Vendor determined automatically.

Any inputs would be helpful.

thanks

Yash

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    Posted on Nov 27, 2006 at 02:34 PM

    Hi Experts,

    Any inputs please.

    Points gauranteed.

    thanks

    Yash

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  • Posted on Nov 27, 2006 at 02:46 PM

    Yash,

    In order to determine the plant as the vendor you need the following elements established:

    1. Plants setup as business partners in CRM

    2. Plant relationship to business partners in CRM. You will need to create a new relationship category in order to set this part up. Use transaction BUBA to setup the new category. The role of the corresponding partner should be "vendor". Now assign the plants to your business partner using the new relationship category.

    3. Configure your partner determination procedure to pickup the vendor from the relationship category you defined before.

    I have done something similar with a completely "custom" partner function so, this should probably work for something more standard like a vendor.

    Good luck,

    Stephen

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