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CDB and PCUI fields

Hi All,

My client had mobile client application running for which they use CDB tables. I am using these fields when customizing PCUI apps. They are working fine as per the simple tests I performed. Still I want to check with you guys is anyone have the same concern.

"Can we use CDB table fields when we customize PCUI applications?"

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Murthy

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  • Posted on May 05, 2005 at 06:41 AM

    Hi surya,

    I have forwarded your query to one of the IMS colleague,

    hopefully you'll get some reply soon.

    regards,

    Vijaya Kumar M.

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      Murthy, as I stated in the other thread, what is the actual business reason of doing this. The CDB contains simplified structures based on the existing CRM datamodel. Changes in CRM automatically get reflected in the CDB. In stead of manipulating CDB fields through PC-UI, use the standard CRM functionality in stead. Tiest.

  • Posted on May 05, 2005 at 11:33 AM

    Hello Murthy

    CRM and CDB are two different data models.

    As you have said CDB is used for a mobile scenarios.

    Though these are integrated (including the customizing), it is not normal to use the CDB for PCUI customizing.

    Can you tell me the business scenario for this? I can help you better.

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      Murthy, what I am afraid of is what happens in case you replicate CDB info back into CRM and in the mean time updating a corresponding sales order. This is deemed to cause replication issues.

      Personally, I would ask the consultant who did the mapping to which fields in the CRM Online application the missing fields in the portal map. Again, the data structure in CDB also exists in CRM online. Lemme know what you find out. Tiest.

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