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Synchronization of Materials from R/3 to SRM

Hi,

I am using SRM 4.0 (R/3 4.6c).

I am looking for a job to synchronize materials between R/3 and SRM (equal to the job BBP_VENDOR_SYNC used to synchronize vendors).

Also I am wondering if anyone has some advice for a batch job, running a material load, based on the filter in R3AC1?

As an example: If I have a filter with (low) NPR 10000 and (high) NPR 50000

Every time a material within this range is created in R/3, it should be replicated to SRM the following night.

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    Posted on Aug 28, 2007 at 03:12 PM

    Hi,

    The CRM middleware allows the following two methods for replication.

    -Initial loads:

    Launched manually (R3AS), the objects (customizing or business) are replicated between SRM and R/3, according to the filters you've put on the object (R3AC1 for Business objects like MATERIAL, R3AC3 for customizing objects like DNL_CUST_PROD0 and 1).

    -Delta loads:

    This option is only possible for Business objects, which is the case of MATERIAL.

    With this option a daemon is launched between the 2 servers. Every modification made on an object on SRM or R/3 is transfered as soon as this object is contained in the filter retrictions (creation and/or modification). this is done through transaction R3AC4.

    See the foll related threads:

    update-material-replication

    delta-download

    delta-download-of-material-masters-from-r3-to-ebp

    BR,

    Disha.

    Pls reward points for useful answers.

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