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Is SAP PI a mandatory requirement?

Dear SRM 7.0 experts,

We are implementing SRM 7.0 and our back end system is ECC 6.0 with EHP4. I have 2 questions:

1) To replicate purchase requisitions from ECC 6.0 to SRM 7.0 using the BADI ME_REQ_SOURCING_CUST, do we need SAP PI as a mandatory requirement?

2) To implement the Central Contract Management scenario, do qwe need PI as a mandatory requirement?

Thank you

Pedzi

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    Posted on Sep 28, 2010 at 02:59 PM

    >

    > Dear SRM 7.0 experts,

    >

    > We are implementing SRM 7.0 and our back end system is ECC 6.0 with EHP4. I have 2 questions:

    >

    > 1) To replicate purchase requisitions from ECC 6.0 to SRM 7.0 using the BADI ME_REQ_SOURCING_CUST, do we need SAP PI as a mandatory requirement?

    > 2) To implement the Central Contract Management scenario, do qwe need PI as a mandatory requirement?

    >

    > Thank you

    > Pedzi

    Answer YES for both questions.

    SAP Note 1268821 - SRM 7.0 / ERP 6.04: Config. of Central

    Contract Management

    Note 1263876 - SAP SRM: Configuration of Procure-to-Pay Scenario

    Muthu

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Traditionally in the past PI has not been a mandatory component for integrating ERP and SRM (CRM, SCM, PLM) with a few exceptions like SRM - Enterprise Buyer. However, it appears the tide has turned. Can anyone clarify and provide a place where I can confirm where PI is required for integration among these applications and where it is optional, if still applicable?

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