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SRM add on to ECC config.

Hi Experts,

I got a requirement to configure SRM add on to ECC ( Single client solution).Can any body please post the config document .

Can we down load it from Market place?

I have some questions on SRM add on to ECC

1. What are the difference between confuguaration settings between normal SRM implementation to SRM Add on implementation

2. What is the procedure to replicate vendors , locations, Materilas etc. Is it the same procedure or different from normal ?

3. What are the technical scenarios possible to implement with Add on functionality?

4. What are the business scenarios possible can be possible with Add on?

5.Is it possible to integrate with SUS system?

Thanks in Advance,


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    Posted on Jun 30, 2009 at 02:06 AM


    These should help.

    Note 963000 - Usage and release of SRM as AddOn to ECC in ERP2005






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  • Posted on Jul 01, 2009 at 01:25 AM

    Hi Mahesh

    i am ansering your second question.

    Master Data Synchronization in mySAP ERP


    In order for the Supplier Relationship Management (SRM) application to run as add-on in a mySAP ERP environment, it is necessary to synchronize master data objects within this platform, that are similar from a business point of view, yet technically different.

    Master data objects on ERP and SRM side that need to be synchronized

    ERP (SAP ECC*)

    Corresponding object in SRM


    Business partner



    Material type/service type

    Product category

    • ECC: Enterprise Core Component


    Master data synchronization in ERP is carried out centrally.

    For more information, see: Master Data Synchronization

    Once you have set up master data synchronization for your objects using the Synchronization Cockpit, and after initial data synchronization and key mapping has been completed, delta reports that run in the background ensure that master data is always matched.

    The individual configuration steps are described in the IMG:

    Supplier Relationship Management ® SRM Server ® Master Data ® Master Data Synchronization in mySAP ERP (One Client)


    This function ensures that changes (create, change, delete) that are made to objects on one side cause immediate (bidirectional) update to the same objects on the other side. In this way, SRM and ECC data is permanently synchronized.

    Purchasing organizations are not included in the automatic bidirectional master data synchronization and, as is also the case with mySAP SRM, have to be matched manually or via an update report (ECC -> SRM).

    Replication (and the updates) from plant (MM) to business partner location (SRM) only occurs in one direction with the report BBP_LOCATIONS_GET_FROM_SYSTEM that is executed manually.

    · Where SAP Supplier Self-Services (SUS) runs together with mySAP SRM on one ERP platform, master data synchronization occurs as described above. If SUS runs separately of ERP, SAP NetWeaver XI is used to synchronize master data with SRM.

    you can find all your answer here in this following link and some notes are available consulting note add-on search

    and discuss on possiblities achievable by add-on SRM



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    • Former Member Mark Hallett

      Hi Former Member

      i replicate material group and material type by using mds_load_cockpit

      but i cant replicate some of materials

      the materials which are not replicated to SRM, are activated to be used in batch management processes.

      how can i solve it?



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