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Purchase orden from marketing campaign en CRM2007

Hi all,

I'm trying to customize the direct creation of purchase order from marketing campaign in my SAPCRM2007, but I have a few problems.

I have assgined a project profile, the PEP element is correctly created in PS, and purchase orden NB (standar purchase order) is assigned in customizing to this project profile. I fill out the following values in Purchase Goods/Services assignment block:

Good/Service ID

Material group




Estimated unit price


Then I release the marketing campaign and save it. In Messages assignment block I can see several error messages from ERP:

Enter valuation price

Enter Purchasing Org

Instance of object type could not be changed

Obviously the purchase order is not created in ERP, so I don`t know what configuration steps do I have to make in ERP order. Repect purchasing Org in CRM I don't know where they are, is there any mapping between Marketing Organization in campaign and Purchasing Org?

Thanks in advance

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    Posted on Feb 13, 2010 at 05:31 AM


    Maintain an inforecord in ECC for that material/Vendor so that valuation price is determined. Purchasing Org can either be the marketing organization or can be under the same company code as the marketing organization.

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      I had a question. How come you are creating a PO directly from a campaign. A PR needs to be created first and then converted to a PO. PR as in itself does not require a Pur Org.

      The determination in case it happens has to go via a company code.

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