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Org Unit Business Partner number missing

Hi Guy's

I have created some Org models with some Org units and positions in it... But for some reasons I could not able to see any business partner numbers assigned to these Org units..... I hope these numbers automatically come from CRM system...

Could you tell me is it a Technical issue or Functional issue???

Please let me know if you have any solution to resolve this

Thank you very much in advance....

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    Posted on Jan 08, 2007 at 01:22 PM

    Hi Sr,

    You had to integrate Business partner with Org units so hence

    Activate the integration between business partners and organizational units by setting the switch HRALX/OBPON to 'ON'.

    Path:IMG-CRM-BasicFunctions-Masterdata-Business Partner-Org mgmt-Integration BP-Org-Setup intgration.

    Hope Number assignment is already set If not you had set the number assignment

    Number assignment is set for organizational units using HRALX/ONUMB

    Warm Regards,

    Satish.

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    Posted on Jan 08, 2007 at 04:35 PM

    Hi Sr,

    Please refer to the similar thread, which has been answered by me

    problem-with-integration-of-organizational-units--

    Regards,

    Paul Kondaveeti

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      Hi Sr,

      To get the role 'organizational unit' for BP make sure you have HRALX - OPROL - BUP004

      You can mail to kkumar_kp@yahoo.com

      Regards,

      Paul Kondaveeti

      <b>Also see the help extract from customizing:</b>

      Set Up Integration with Organizational Management

      In this IMG activity, you integrate business partner data with HR master data (organizational model and employees).

      Activities

      1. Activate global HR integration by setting the main switch HRALX/HRAC to 'X'.

      2. Activate the integration between business partners and organizational units by setting the switch HRALX/OBPON to 'ON'.

      3. Activate the integration between business partners and employees by setting the switch HRALX/PBPON to 'ON'.

      4. Numbers can generally be assigned in three ways when creating business partners:

      a) Number is taken as before from the general internal interval for number range object BU_PARTNER.

      b) Number is taken from the special internal interval for the object.

      c) Number is taken from HR and given a prefix. A special external interval is used, which has to be defined as XX00000000 to XX99999999, where XX stands for any two letters.

      Number assignment is set for organizational units using HRALX/ONUMB, and for employees using HRALX/PNUMB.

      The number range object for all switch values is BU_PARTNER, the interval being dependent on the switch value. The internal standard interval is used for switch value 1, for switch values 2 and 3 the interval is defined by the switch HRALX/OSUBG or HRALX/PSUBG. For switch values 2 and 3, a grouping also needs be created for these intervals using transaction BUC2.

      To enable the system to connect the grouping and the number range interval, the name of the grouping must be exactly the same as that of the corresponding number range interval. The name of the grouping is in the first column of the table.

      If you choose number assignment type 3 for business partners with the role employee (switch HRALX/PNUMB = 3), create the switch HRALX/PSUBG manually in table T77S0.

      5. If you would like users to be informed by e-mail when errors occur, the recipient can be defined in switch HRALX/MSGRE (0=No messages, 1=Workflow administrator is notified, 2=User receives mail, 3=Both are informed).

      6. If addresses are required to generate business partners correctly, the switch HRALX/OADRE must be set to 'X'. The standard address to be assigned to every organizational unit without its own address can be defined using HRALX/OADBP.

      To create a standard address, create a business partner with an address and then enter this business partner's number in the switch.

      7. If qualifications for employees are also to be transferred, the switch HRALX/PQUAL must be set to 'X'.

      Effects on Existing Data

      If you have already transferred employees from a connected HR System in an earlier CRM Release and have now upgraded, the relevant employees (personnel numbers) must be transferred again to the CRM System by initial distribution. This enables important employee information to be stored in the target system, and changes to be transferred correctly to the business partner master records.

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    Posted on Jan 10, 2007 at 07:38 PM

    Hi Sr,

    I have seen the screen shots. Here are my comments:

    1) I am not able to see BP numbers for Org units except 1 or 2 which has only 1 BP number

    As per my understanding, the BPs are getting created, but unable to see them in the org structure. This is something new to me and need to do little research. I will get back to you on this later

    2) There are couple of BP numbers for the same Org unit....

    If you delete an existing organizational unit, the BP associated will not get deleted automatically. You need to delete it manually. Meanwhile if you create another org. unit with the same name then another duplicate BP will get created.

    3) I do not see some attributes like DC, Division, Tupel.... in Org Structure attributes tab...

    CRM 4.0 onwards the organizational attributes are not controlled by 'attributes' tab. You should have to add the attibutes via 'function' tab

    Reward if helps

    Regards,

    Paul Kondaveeti

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