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how to load vendor into EBP

Hi friends,

I am new to EBP, my clint wants to load vendor into EBP, same vendor data existed in R/3. is it needed to flow idoc from R03 to EBP. if it is ok Please help how to find idoc in SRM server.

Please guide me what are the steps i need to fallow.

Regards,

Hari vijay

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    Posted on Nov 19, 2007 at 04:43 AM

    Hi Hari,

    To replicate Vendors form R/3 to SRM (EBP) the following steps need to be followed :

    1. The Vendor Root Org. has to be created in EBP using the transaction PPOCV_BBP.

    2. Assign the attributes for the vendor group using PPOMV_BBP transaction.

    3. Now replicate the vendors using BBPGETVD transaction by mentioning the source system, Vendors, P.Org & the Organizational I.D of the Vendor Root org (vendor Group).

    The replicated vendors can be seen in the VENMAP table using SE16 and also under the vendor root org.

    Hope this resolves your query. Clarifications are welcome.

    Award points for suitable answers.

    Rgds,

    Teja

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      Hello,

      In addition,

      These vendors will be transferred to SRM as external business partners.

      The BP nos can be seen in PPOSV_BBP.

      If for BP numbering you are using "internal no assignment only" option.

      You can link this BP to backend vendor via

      admin log in -->manage business partner >business partner data>edit -->vendor data -->link to backend system

      BR

      Dinesh

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