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SRM Upload contracts


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SRM 5.0

ECC 6.0

Please help me in finding out, How to upload Contracts (SRM) Locally...

Do we need to write a Zprogram or is there a way to upload the contracts locally using any Function modules ?

If so please provide me the code as well as the structure of the internal table..

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    Posted on Nov 22, 2007 at 10:22 AM


    <b>Try using Function Modules - B46B_CTR_CREATE for creation of contract.

    One helpful Note on contract.</b>

    <u>Note 646903 Global Ouline Agreement:Tips and tricks

    See note 734060, which provides you Excel macros to view the downloaded document.</u>

    <b>Sample useful code and links -></b>




    You can use this report to upload the contracts and scheduling agreements from an ERP system to an SRM system. A contract or a scheduling agreement from the SAP backend system is uploaded to the SRM system as a contract or a global outline agreement (GOA), based on the transaction type customized in the SRM or SAP backend systems.

    If you want to upload R/3 contracts to SRM you can run the below mentioned report using SA38 and can upload the contracts in SRM.</u>


    However any changes made in the contracts in R/3 after the upload will not get updated in SRM.

    Refer to this link for details.

    <b>Other SRM useful function modules for contract upload -></b>






    Do let me know.


    - Atul

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