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Upload table R/3->CRM AND CRM->R/3

Hi experts,

Can anyone tell me how to upload a table to CRM from R/3 (and the same table R/3 to CRM) DAILY i.e.

1- Modify table in R/3 : I have a table in R/3 which does the results of R/3 interfaces for each material

2- R/3->CRM + Modify table in CRM : I want to use this same table in CRM to start interface if R/3 interface for this product is ok and put the crm result interface for each material.

3- CRM->R/3 : After final of program crm, it is necessary to upload this table to R/3

Example of my table :

Number Article|Fields modify in R/3|Fields modify in Crm

|(result r/3 interface)|(result crm interface)

xxxxx | Ok | ok

So, how to upload that table and its contents from R/3 to CRM?

I think it is not advice use RFC function. (RFC : Remote Function Call) ( The function RFC_READ_TABLE is limited in size and sap say in the note 382318 : “RFC_READ_TABLE : flagged as "not released for customer.”) But, I know it’s possible to define my own RFC function… But, I’m afraid use RFC for if the connection is not established… if there is timeout… And RFC is recommended

to connection between sap system and no sap system. (CRM and R/3 are a sap system)

I wonder if it is possible to create specific <u><b>B-Doc/file queue</b></u> for this table. But I can’t find documentation on that.

What do you think? What advise me?

Can anyone help me in this..

Many thanks,


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    Posted on Jan 17, 2005 at 10:46 AM

    I summarize my question:

    - is it possible/recommended to use RFC each day to maintain a ZTABLE between R/3 CRM? (if so, do you have examples? )

    - If not, it is necessary that I created specific B-Doc/queue? (where can I find documentation?)

    By advance, thank you


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