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ABAP Mapbox CRM 7.0 for a Multiple Backend Scenario

Dear SDN community members,

In our project we have one CRM system connected to three ERPs. For this reason we try to use the ABAP MAPBOX functionality for the customizing and master data mapping. In the process of the initial download of CUSTOMER_MAIN object we take the following error :No table entry found: 'CUST_REL'/'CRTCLNT100', Service that caused the error: SMW3_OUTBOUNDADP_CALLADAPTERS. As we have read on the CRM 7.0 the ABAP MAPBOX is part of the ABAP stack of CRM and for this reason we do not create RFC connection for the MAPBOX. Is this correct ?

Does anyone have any idea about the problem above ? Also is there any technical documentation for the customizing steps that are needed for the scenario of multiple backend systems ?

Thanks in advance,

John Syrigos

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    Posted on Apr 18, 2011 at 05:58 PM

    Hi John, our project is facing the same requirement, multiple ECC 5.0/6.0 back ends. Were you successful in the integration and MapBox activation and can you give me any lessons learned in your experience?

    thanks

    Glenn

    Edited by: glstover on Apr 18, 2011 7:59 PM

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      Hi , our project is facing the same requirement, multiple ECC 5.0/6.0 back ends. Were you successful in the integration and MapBox activation and can you give me any lessons learned in your experience?

      thanks,

      Nazli

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