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Syncronised numbers for confirmations in backend

Hi Folks,

Is there anyway to get the confirmation from SRM and the material document in backend syncronised?

Thanks in advance,


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    Posted on May 09, 2007 at 05:12 AM

    Hello Thomas,

    When you create a confirmation in SRM a matl doc is created in backend and attached to PO.

    You need to define a distribution model for this in SRM and distribute the same in

    ECC and generate partner profiles.

    An ALE IDOC MBGMCR carries this info and updates PO.



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    • Hi,

      The ECC number range is attched to a movement code (101...).

      If you copy the 101... into Z ones and pass the Z movmeent codes into the IDOC, then you should be able to reserve a special ECC number range for SRM confirmations.

      In that way, your SRM document number will be the same as the ones in ECC.

      For the ECC user, they will go on using the standard movement code 101....that point on a different number range.

      To be honest, i would try, if possible, to convince the customer that it is not as easy...Is there really added value... ?

      Kind regards,


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      Yann Bouillut

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