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Middleware issues

Hi ,

i have some clarifications in middleware concept,

1)what do u mean by defining r/3 back end parameters,like crmconsum and crmrfcpar table..what is the purpose of maintaining values in this table.

2)what are customising objects...whats the need of loading them,and if we are laoding them from r/3,what phyiscally happens in crm,do they create any structures in crm...

3)what do u mean request?what is the purpose of creating,defining it?

4)what is the purpose of reference customer?

5)what do u mean RFC user?any diffrence between normal user?

full points would be awarded ..

regards,

sanjana...

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    Posted on Mar 13, 2007 at 09:35 AM

    1) R/3 parameters give your backend the necessary information for it to route RFC calls. For example, you create a new partner, and R/3 needs to know the destination CRM system for this partner. They do other stuff but this is the basic one.

    2) Customizing objects ensure that some customization is the same in the R/3 and CRM system. For example DNL_CUST_PROD1 transports product hierarchy from R/3 to CRM. They don't create structures (well, only condition objects do), they transfer data between tables.

    3) This is out of context I can't answer

    4) When you create consumers, the system retrieves missing data (like sales area data) from the reference customer.

    5) RFC user is a normal user, but usually it has type "Communication" or "System" instead of "Dialog".

    Lets keep the answers in the forum please instead of users inboxes. If you have anything to share do it here.

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    Posted on Mar 12, 2007 at 05:45 AM

    Hi,

    pl. give your email id so that I can forward a document on CRM adaptor ,middleware Framework.

    regards,

    PD

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