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RFC from ECC 6.0 to SRM 3.0

Hi experts i'd like to know if is possible to make a RFC frome ECC 6.0 to SRM 3.0 in order to read the Purchasing Groups in the Plant Structure of SRM (ppoma_bbp)

thanks a lot

regards

andrea

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    Posted on May 20, 2008 at 01:39 PM

    Hi,

    What is your exact requirement?You can copy the FM "BBP_OM_DETERMINE_RESP_PGRP" and create it as an RFC enabled to call from ECC and get all the Pgrps dfined in SRM.

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    Disha.

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      Hi,

      Use the FM mentioned in the previous reply.If you want to find all the p groups maintained under one single org unit/node,pass the org unit no of that node/org in the import parameter IV_ORGUNIT of the FM "BBP_OM_DETERMINE_RESP_PGRP".In the export parameter," ET_PURCH_DATA",you can see all the Pur groups maintained under that single node/Org unit.

      Only change you will hae to do for calling this FM from ECC,is make a copy of this FM in SRM and make it REMOTE enabled so that you can call this FM via RFC from ECC.

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      Disha.

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  • Posted on May 20, 2008 at 01:38 PM

    Simple. Write a FM (remote enabled) in SRM which reads the value of the desired object. Call this FM in the backend.

    Regards, IA

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