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How to integrate R/3 and CRM Servers.

Hi Gurus,

We are setting up Servers in our company ad we have the following requirement.

I want to integrate IDES R/3 Server with IDES CRM Server.

My Question is

1) I want to know whether we can integrate IDES Servers

2) If we can integrate, Do we need SAP CRM Middleware

3) From where and how can i download the MIddleware Software.

Many thanks in Advance.

Answers will be awarded accordingly.

Thanks and Regards,

Devender

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  • Posted on Feb 19, 2008 at 12:40 PM

    Hi Devender,

    1) you can integrate the two systems.

    but the master data for CRM IDES and R/3 IDES might not corresponds to each other.

    for example, if a material in R/3 might not exist in CRM, and vice versa, but that should not be a problem, as you can use CRM middleware to synchronize those needed data;

    2) yes, you need CRM middleware

    3) CRM middleware is not a seperate tool, as long as you installed CRM, it is there,

    you might need to do a lot of customizing to have it running properly, that's it.

    You might need to check several notes, you may use key words:

    scenario A (sales order interchange between CRM and R/3)

    transaction mw_check, smoeac, sm59, r3ac1, r3ac3, r3ac5 .....

    table crmrfcpar, smof*.....

    to search for notes and check all the necessary steps you needed.

    Hongyan

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    Posted on Feb 19, 2008 at 01:19 PM

    Hi,

    Thank you for replay the mail.As per your mail i checked all transactions and table.But,still it is not communicating SAP R/3 IDES 4.7 to SAP CRM IDES 4.0.

    Please,help reg.communicating SAP R/3 IDES 4.7 to SAP CRM IDES 4.0.

    Thank in Advance.

    Regards,

    Devender

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