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R3ProdHier,R3ProdTyp and R3Prod

Hello Everybody

Would anyone be kind enough to explain why we need the above terms in CRM ?

From my understanding, this is needed when craeting prods in CRM and also to map prods to R/3

Please correct me if I am wrong.

Cheers

Alicia

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    Posted on Jan 10, 2007 at 12:57 AM

    Hi Alicia,

    Your understanding is absolutely correct.

    A CRM product can't be created without a valid product hierarchy (e.g. r3prodhier), product category (e.g. finished product) and product type (e.g. material, service etc)

    To download the ERP materials into CRM, you need to first download the customizing objects DNL_CUST_PROD0, DNL_CUST_PROD1 and DNL_CUST_PROD3.

    Let me know, if you want further clarifications

    Regards,

    Paul Kondaveeti

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      Hi Alicia!

      I understand your question as you want a crash course in the usage of product hierarchies.

      There are a large number of reasons for which this concept is used. Category Hierarchies is a common way of grouping objects in SAP systems. It can be used in searches, transactions etc.

      One example when a hierarchy is quite useful is when you have an opportunity not for a specific product, but rather for a group of products. In the opportunity you could assign a group of products by choosing the lowest hierarchy node and all assigned products will be allocated. You could even do a generic assignment where you say that products in 1011* are involved in the specific opportunity you are working on.

      If you use ERP / R3 as the leading system you need to have the product hierarchy since it is a central part of the material master and replication to CRM cannot take place unless you have a matching structure in CRM.

      BR

      /Fredric

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