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R/3 Material description not replicating in SRM CC-Hubwoo

Hi experts,

I have an issue with the material description,

I dont have much knowlodge in EBP and im new to SRM.

Material description in R/3 and CC-Hubwoo are not matching.

Can any body help me regarding the issue.....

Thanks in advance,

Krish.

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    Posted on Dec 24, 2007 at 03:44 PM

    Hi

    In SRM, use Transaction – SM30

    Go to Table - COMCHIERARCHY_

    Amend the setting so that the following is checked:

    Transfer 60 Character Description

    This will now ensure that the 60 character material group description is replicated to SRM.

    The OSS note (455949) SAP has given us long back works around CRM customizing path.

    *To access it in SRM use SM30 on COMCHIERARCHY to use long description instead of short one.*_

    Use

    In R/3 system - T023T has short description (20 char) and long description ( 60 char ).

    The description in SRM COMM_CATEGORYT has 80 char length.

    See related pointers ->

    overwriting-sap-standard-material-description

    material-group-description-in-srm

    how-can-i-change-the-description-of-material-when-

    Hope this will help. Do let me know.

    Regards

    - Atul

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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Dec 28, 2007 at 08:14 AM

    Hi ,

    What exactly the problem with description?

    Is it taking less charecter that R/3 data or is it completely different than R/3.

    Now if its less char problem then increase char length for perticualr field as said in last reply or if problem is with diff description then need to run initial downloading (R3AS) once again so that it will correct.

    Reward points if ans is suitable,

    Navneet.

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