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Delivering plant replication from R3 to CRM

Hie Guys,

We have a requirement to replicate Delivering plant from R3 to CRM for Customers. has anyone done it before?

I dont have delivering plant for BP in CRM. I tried to check field groupings for BP role but delivering plant is not included in that.

Can anyone help me please?

regards,

Marry.

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    Posted on Sep 21, 2011 at 05:48 AM

    Hi,

    You have to use object DNL_PLANT via Tcode R3AS

    take it easy! It's object creating business partners!

    Denis

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    Posted on Sep 21, 2011 at 09:00 AM

    Hi Marry,

    ECC Plant in CRM comes with the Middleware Object DNL_PLANT.

    In CRM quotation or sales order you can use this plant as a Partner Function "Vendor"

    When you have downloaded object DNL_PLANT. you can find the plant in COMMPR01 in General Tab as "Delivering Location"

    Best Regards,

    Rajendra

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    • Hi Marry,

      No this is not possible - plants are not needed in CRM since you cannot deliver without transferring the document to ERP.

      The only time plants are needed are if an order is created in CRM and transferred to ERP and for this the workaround is using a vendor partner in CRM that maps to a plant in ERP. Table CRMM_LOCMAP is used to map the partner to a plant and this is read on transfer of the document to ERP and vice versa.

      I hope this explains plants in CRM - they are not like in ERP so cannot be assigned to a partner since a plant in CRM is a partner!

      Kind regards,

      Vanessa

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    Posted on Sep 29, 2011 at 12:58 PM

    this cant be fulfilled..

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