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Batch Master DATA in MDM

Dear All,

since I did not use MDM yet, I would like to ask following :

- is it possible to use the MDM also for the Batch Master File? I. e.: Can the Batch Numbering System be run within the MDM ?

Thank you,

Emeric

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  • Posted on Mar 15, 2004 at 01:24 PM

    Dear Emeric,

    So far, Batch Master Data have not been included in MDM (which does not necessarily mean that they never will).

    For more information on currently (SAP MDM 2.0) supported master data objects, see the SAP Help Portal: (http://help.sap.com/saphelp_mdm200/helpdata/EN/db/7086db21b6924d8a73ef1d28eee11e/frameset.htm).

    Kind regards,

    Markus

    Message was edited by: Markus Ganser

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    Posted on Mar 15, 2004 at 03:13 PM

    Dear Markus,

    thank you very much for the answer.

    Can You imagine that a future implementation of Batches in MDM, which You do not exculude I understand, may could help to solve the problem behind my initial question ? This problem is a customer requirement as follow :

    - from each Logistics-Prozess with Batch Creation involved, the Batch Numbering System ( SAP-standard or modified via User-Exit ) should run on a separate server and after the Batch Determination Pocess is completed the calling process must continue as usual.

    What do You think, is the BAPI-technique suitable to solve the problem ?

    Best Regards,

    Emeric

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