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Passing Pricing condition via BDoc to ECC

Hi Everyone,

In CRM a new Pricing condition type is created. Its a statistical value.

When a Service contract is released, an Internal order is created in ECC. This Internal order should have the newly created statistical value. Just for displaying.

I am creating a service contract with newly created statistical pricing Condition.

This pricing condition with its value is present in the BDoc structure.

But in ECC the value is not getting replicated.

My question here is, how is a value in BDoc fetched in ECC?

Is it through some RFC? As far as i have seen, there is no RFC carrying Bdoc structure.

Kindly clarify on how this value is sent to ECC.

Is there anything else that needs to be done from CRM side?

Please let me know.

Thanks

Regards,

Ramya

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    Posted on Jul 02, 2012 at 02:27 PM

    Hi Ramya,

    - the entire document document ECC is not created?

    - only the statistical pricing condition in ECC document is not created?

    If second option:

    - all other pricing condition are ok?

    - is the pricing condition defined in the ECC document pricing procedure ?

    - is there a recalculation of pricing of ECC document pricing according scenario (see post http://scn.sap.com/thread/1689560 )

    If you send screenshots, it would be helpful.

    Regards,

    Vincent

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    • Former Member

      Hi Ramya,

      You can try this option

      1. create a condition Type in ECC.For example - ZPSC

      2. Create Pricing Procedure in ECC.For example - ZPRPRC

      3.Replicate both to CRM. Download both through adaptor objects.

      4.Make sure in SPRO of ECC, maintain the RFC destination for maintaing the condition type ZPSC, i.e RCF destination of CRM so that the condition type can be maintained in CRM.

      Thanks

      Susheel

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