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PO confirmation from Customer Backend System

Dear experts,

I'm implementing SMI scenario with SAP SNC 5.1. I was traying to send a PO confirmation from Custoemr Backend system (ECC) to SNC.

The process is this:

1) Supplier creates and publish a Replenishment Order in SNC

2) SNC sends to Custoemr backend system (ECC) the message VendorGeneratedOrderNotification.XML that is converted by SAP PI in to ORDERSP.ORDERS05 message.

3) Customer backend system (ECC) receives this message and creates the PO.

4) Customer backend system sends a message to SNC to confirm the PO creation.

My question is about point 4, for this communication I'm using VendorGeneratedOrderConfirmation.XML (as described here http://help.sap.com/saphelp_scm2007/helpdata/en/46/77adcbf9cf0ad3e10000000a11466f/content.htm ), the IDOC I'm using is ORDRSP.ORDERS05 but I have a problem with mapping because there are some data missing.

Is this combination ( ORDRSP.ORDERS05 > VendorGeneratedOrderConfirmation.XML ) correct for this type of communication?

If not what kind of message should I use to send a PO confirmation from Customer backend system to SNC?

Thank you in advance for your support.

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    Posted on Feb 07, 2012 at 11:41 AM

    Hi Team,

    RO confirmation in SNC should be done with ReplenishmentOrderConfirmation_In as this is done by customer.

    If you see in help link

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    VendorGeneratedOrderConfirmation

    The customer back-end system sends a purchase order confirmation to SAP SNC. This is used, for example, when SAP SNC awaits purchase order number assignment from the customer back-end system.

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    VendorGeneratedOrderConfirmation is used when SNC needs purchase order number assignment.

    Regards,

    Nikhil

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