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Migration Tool for Contract & PO from R/3 to SRM 5.0

Hi gurus,

I'm working on an implementation of SAP SRM 5.0 for the following scenario:

- Plan driven

- Contract Management

- Order Management

We actually have 2 R/3 system. We want to migrate contract and PO from this system to SRM and then manage contract & PO into SRM. Following changes on these documents became possible only on SRM. But we want to distribute these changes and new documents from SRM to R/3 systems, working with extended classic scenario (for contract we want to use GOA contract).

Moreover we have another activity to do few months after go-live. In fact we need to close 2 R/3 system and to switch to one new ECC system, in wich we have to migrate existing documents. So we have to convert on these documents organizational structures, vendors, back-end systems and so on...

Have somenone any idea to do it? There is a SAP tool?

Thank you in advance.

Best Regards

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    Posted on Dec 01, 2007 at 10:27 PM


    I think, you can look for Data Migration Manager and Ascential (ETL tool), which can be used here.

    As a hint, Search for these keywords in SAP site.


    - Atul

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  • Posted on Dec 03, 2007 at 06:21 PM


    ever heard of report BBP_CONTRACT_INITIAL_UPLOAD?

    Excerpt from the initial comment...


    *This program can be used to upload contracts from ERP to SRM. A

    *separate contract in SRM would be created for each successfully

    *transfrred ERP contract. Also the list of all the successfully

    *transfrred contracts would be maintained in SRM.

    Hope this helps,


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