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Middleware- Replicating followup transaction

Hi Experts,

We are creating a Quotation in CRM for which follow up document is a Sales Order.

When these two transactions are replicating to R/3 is the Sales order is created as follow up to the Quotation or these two transaction will be created as two different document types i.e no follow up from Quotation to Sales order.

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Nadh.

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    Posted on Nov 29, 2007 at 04:12 PM

    Hi Nadh,

    If u have a follow up sales order from Quotation in CRM which are two different transactions, they will be replicated to R/3 as two separate transactions.i.e. one will be quotation and the other will be sales order.

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    Shalini Chauhan

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    Posted on Nov 29, 2007 at 05:54 PM

    Hi Nadh,

    Have you already created quotation and followup sales order in CRM? Then I believe none of them are uploaded into R/3. After creating quotation and followup sales order, then you can upload both together into R/3 as separate documents with no relation. But if you first create a quotation in CRM and after uploading it into R/3, then you try to create a follow-up sales order in CRM then you will end up with some issues. Please read the below SAP help note :

    "You can transfer quotations that have been created in SAP CRM to the ERP system, and create follow-up documents there. If a quotation has been transferred to the ERP system, you can only create follow-up documents for it there and no longer in SAP CRM. You can create follow-on orders in SAP CRM for quotations that were created in the ERP system and replicated to SAP CRM. "

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    Paul Kondaveeti

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