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CRM Organisation Model

Dear All,

I am working on a project where the Organisation model has already been set up and is now in production. The set up by the previous phase has not been done correctly (model is different in every client!) and I am now trying to find a way to correct the model for our phase. Bearing in mind that the production system does have transaction records using the current org model, can I create a new plan version and then transport to all clients? Will existing transactions continue to reference the previous model? Has anybody any experience of cleaning up this kind of mess! Any help much appreciated.

Thanks,

Dav

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    Posted on Jun 19, 2008 at 10:18 AM

    Thank for reply Ashish. However I worried about deleting the existing org model in production due to the transaction documents having org data relating to the current model. I am aware that new plan version can be created but wanted to know if this was the best way to supersede an existing org model.

    Thanks,

    Davinder

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    Posted on Jun 18, 2008 at 01:35 AM

    hi there

    since u said that u want to begin afresh and want the same set up in all clients

    just delete the existing org model in all clients if they don have any further usability,after u delete the org model manually

    run this report

    HRBCI_ATTRIBUTES_BUFFER_UPDATE

    it will refresh ur org buffer and all those previous instances will get deleted

    also run the t code for indeaxing the org

    CRMD_INDEX_OM

    and there give object type as O

    it will clear all the stuff ,then u just transport ur new version in all the clients,also when u create ur new org model try through the FM not manually.

    best regards

    ashish

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