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Upload ECC Contracts to SRM

Hi Experts ,

Can anyone please confirm me, exactly in which situation , we upload ECC Contracts to SRM..by report BBP_CONTRACT_INITIAL_UPLOAD ?

We are deploying Classic scenario with ECC6 (EHP4) with SRM7.0.

Thank you in advance.

Regards

NAP

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  • Jan 13, 2011 at 08:45 AM

    Initial Upload of Central Contracts and Scheduling Agreements from SAP ERP to SAP SRM. This is just help aid report

    You can use program BBP_CONTRACT_INITIAL_UPLOAD to upload contracts and scheduling agreements from an SAP ERP system to an SAP SRM system. Depending on the settings you make, contracts and scheduling agreements are then uploaded from the SAP ERP system to the SAP SRM system as a central contract. Generally, this initial upload is a one-time activity performed at the time of installation in the SAP SRM back-end system. For more information, see the program documentation.

    Situation could be Some backend contracts wanted to use in Extended classic scenario . so Manual effort is reduced to create a Local contract. so that SAP gave option to reutilise the contract rather than creating from scratch.

    After you transfer a contract from backend to SRM , you must make them inactive other wise this contract will be active at both systems.

    now SAP recently developed some migration reports to convert GOA into CCTR .

    If you are upgrading from an earlier release of SRM / support package of ERP and you are already using SRM Globals Outline Agreements (GOAs) as source of supply in ERP you need to convert the replicated GOAs in ERP to replicated Central Contracts. Please refer to the program documentation of report MMBSI_CONTRACT_MIGRATION. For converting the GOAs created the lower releases in SRM to Central Contract in SRM 7.0 system please use the report /SAPSRM/MIGRATE_GOA_TO_CC. These reports have to be executed saperately in both the systems. The preferred sequence would be to run the migration report in SRM first to convert GOA to CC and then run the migration report in ERP. Running the report in ERP presupposes that the system connectivity regardings SOA services between ERP and SRM has been set up completely.

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      Hi Muthu /All ,

      Thanks for reply.

      We are configuring SRM7.0 with ECC6 ( Ehp4) having Classic Scenario and for Direct Mat., System creats Ext Classic PO as per SAP standard.

      From your below statement:Situation could be Some backend contracts wanted to use in Extended classic scenario . so Manual effort is reduced to create a Local contract. so that SAP gave option to reutilise the contract rather than creating from scratch.After you transfer a contract from backend to SRM , you must make them inactive other wise this contract will be active at both systems.

      How can we use Backend ECC Contract as a Souce of Supply for Direct Material (Just like Indirect Mat), since we want to use ECC Contract ONLY as a SoS and Contract will be only in ECC.

      Thanks

      Regards

      NAP