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How to display a sales contract in SAP CRM?

We are BI developers and not familiar with SAP CRM. We know a sales contract number, and would like to display it's information like Preceding Doc or GUID of Preceding Opportunity and etc. Would be appreciated if anyone could give us the manual path in SAP CRM!

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    Posted on May 26, 2009 at 06:43 AM

    Dear Customer,

    you can also go into transaction CRMD_ORDER.

    Here you can enter your contract number and in the overview there is a button for the document flow.

    I hope that the information are helpful.

    regards

    Claudia

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    Posted on May 21, 2009 at 05:48 AM

    Hi Kevin,

    For Checking the Follow up Transactions for a Sales contract,

    You shall need the Contract No:

    Go to TCode:SE38

    Enter Program Name as :CRM_ORDER_READ

    Execute the Program (F8)

    Enter your Sales Contact Number in (Transaction Number)

    Execute Again (F8)

    Now check the Segment "ET_DOC_FLOW"

    Here you shall get the Details of the Follow up Transaction of your Sales Contract and all the GUID and Details as Required.For Detailed Description Select the Reference GUID and Select (Shift+F7)which shall present you the detailed Description of the same.

    Hope it Answered your Queries..

    Thanks and Regards,

    RK.

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    Posted on May 21, 2009 at 09:17 PM

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