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RFC Adapters for EBP and SUS systems

Hi!

We have Extended Classic Scenario up and running and now configuring SUS integration. We have done SLD configuration already and via TR SLDCHECK (has been executed on SRM server) has seen that XI connection is fine.

Now we have a question whether we need to configure RFC adapters for SUS and EBP systems? If yes, how can we do this?

Best Regards,

Siarhei

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    Posted on Apr 14, 2008 at 07:22 AM

    you need to define RFC connections between SUS and EBP , only if you want user synchronization between the systems....

    connection should be of type --> ABAP CONNECTIONS --> type 3

    and this is only optional and not mandatory .

    you can find more details at the following customizing entry..

    TRANSACTION SPRO

    --> Supplier Relationship Management --> Supplier Self-Services --> Master Data --->

    Maintain Systems for Synchronization of User Data

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  • Posted on Apr 14, 2008 at 02:48 AM

    Hi,

    RFC adapter is not required. Communication type is XI (proxy).

    Please check the Business Scenario Configuration Guide for Service Procurement.

    [http://service.sap.com/ibc-srm|http://service.sap.com/ibc-srm]

    Regards,

    Masa

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