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Price condition from R3

Hi all,

I'm on SRM 5.0 ECS.

My focus is the PO. I need the same price condition (with the same access sequence) of R/3 on SRM.

There is a copy functionality or a direct relation with the backend?



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  • Posted on Apr 09, 2008 at 10:31 AM


    To replicate new pricing conditions from R/3 to EBP run the program BBP_UPLOAD_PAYMENT_TERMS

    Payment terms you can see in IMG:

    Supplier Relationship Management -> SRM Server -> Cross-Application Besic Settings -> Create Payment Conditions

    made part of maitenance view BBPV_PTERM_LOCAL.

    This view is only to maintain local payment terms, that means created in SRM, not in R/3.

    If you replicate your payment terms from R/3 backend (using report BBP_UPLOAD_PAYMENT_TERMS ), there are stored in table BBP_PAYTERM as being backend dependent (those seen in BBPV_PTERM_LOCAL are also stored in this table).

    Concerning texts for those payment terms, there are in table BBP_PAYTERM_TEXT, for all languages in which they exist in R/3. Check in R/3 with view T052.

    Be careful, i saw for SRM 5.0 that in order to have entries in BBP_PAYTERM_TEXT, corresponding data must exist in R/3 view T052U.

    This means that, in R/3 transaction OBB8 (change view "Terms of Payment"), your payment term must have had field "Own explanation" filled-in at one moment in order to create row in T052U.

    If not, T052U-TEXT1 is not updated, so payment term will not be created for the concerned language in SRM.



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  • Posted on Apr 09, 2008 at 11:36 AM

    Hi Enzo,

    Unfortunately, there is no program to replicate R/3 condition type to ECC.

    You will have to manually add new condition type in the SRM schema.

    Please be aware, that in standard, SRM condition type are not sent to ECC in the ECS scenario.

    Kind regards,


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