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SUS-ERP integration w/o XI

Hi!

We have an extended classic scenario already up and running between ERP->EBP system without XI usage. We are using BBP_EXTREQ_TRANSFER report. And we would like to Configure SUS system to make Suppliers able to see Sales Orders and create Confirmations and ASN for them.

Could anybody please tell me whether it is possible w/o XI usage? Or whether it is possible not to make harm to existed configuration if we will use XI for EBP->SUS and SUS->MM integration?

Thanks and Regards,

Siarhei

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    Apr 01, 2008 at 09:49 AM

    Hello,

    By solution design SUS will only accept dat in XML.

    Hence XI becomes mandatory for MM <--> SUS set up.

    You will have to define various integrating parameters for XI

    such as RFCs to integration server from the resp systems

    integration repository and import the business scenarios in integration server.

    XI consultant would be required for this job

    BR

    Dinehs

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    • PO will be send from EBP to SUS as XML message.

      you need to configure this in EBP --> you will set the output as XML for the purchase order.

      then vendor user will be able to work with the order created on SUS.

      reward points if usefull

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    Apr 01, 2008 at 12:21 PM

    Are you talking about ALE configuration? Will it not make harm to existed integration between EBP and ERP systems?

    BR,

    Siarhei

    Edited by: Siarhei Tsikhanenka on Apr 1, 2008 2:22 PM

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      1) XML message will go from EBP to SUS.

      2) Number of settings needs to be done to enable XML message transfer

      1) activate XI on both your EBP and SUS

      2) output control for the vendor in EBP should be XML

      3) content is available in XI with the required routing.

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      if you plan to use MM-SUS , there will be no EBP involed , direct flow of orders from MM to SUS

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    Apr 01, 2008 at 09:57 AM

    Good, thank you!

    BTW have any documention about this that could be more helpful that I have found on Service Market Place?

    Thanks and Regards,

    Siarhei

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  • Apr 01, 2008 at 10:03 AM

    XI is mandatory for both the scnearios

    EBP-SUS and MM-SUS

    In EBP-SUS --> XML message goes to SUS through XI

    In MM-SUS --> idoc is converted to XML by XI and send to SUS.

    please refer to the OSS note 573383 to get more details about the deployment options.

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    • Former Member

      Khan,

      could you please see my message above about XI integration w/o making harm to existed configuration?

      Thanks and Regards,

      Siarhei

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    Apr 01, 2008 at 04:16 PM

    Hi,

    XI is mandatory component on the design of SUS and MM/EBP. Since the document exchange is done through XML.

    But i wont say there no solution for it. Since there are few application in our business process running without XI (even though it is mandatory in SAP Design). This is our custom build application.

    Cheers, Renga

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