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Crm customer hierarchy to R3

Hello all,

We have a requirment where we need to move the customer hierarchy from crm to ECC, i am pretty much new to crm can any one tell me how i should start and proceed with.

Any documentation on this would be helpful

my mail id : kittu1234@yahoo.com

Thanks,

raju.

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    Posted on Aug 24, 2007 at 09:42 AM

    Raju,

    Do you want to perform initial load or delta download.?

    Please send me your mail id I will send you the document on how to download the Customer Hierarchy to ECC from CRM.

    Follow the steps:

    1. SAP Easy Access >/nR3AC1 -> Select CUST_HIERARCY.---> Double click ---> maintain the tables that you want transfer from CRM to R/3. --> Maintain the necessary function modules that map the data from CRM to R/3.

    2. Load the business object CUST_HIERARCHY for upload or download using the transaction: R3AS.

    3. Monitor SMQ1 and SMQ2.

    Regards

    Vijay Mudivedu

    R3AS

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    Posted on Dec 04, 2007 at 11:36 AM

    Hello everybody;

    Sorry if i'm pushing up this old thread but i need the some information. Does anybody have the documentions mentioned on this thread.

    I need to move a hieararchy from CRM to R3 and i don't know how to do that.

    Thank you all!

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      Hi F. Rocca,

      I am not sure whether the mentioned adapter object is available in CRM to upload the CRM BP group hierarchy into R/3

      You can download the R/3 customer hierarchy into CRM as BP hierarchy using standard middleware adapter object. I don't think you are allowed in the opposite direction. Personally, I haven't seen any such object.

      Regards,

      Paul Kondaveeti

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