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CIF Updates do not update SPP

I am working on integrating ECC and SPP via CIF. When a Purchase Req or Purchase Order is created in SPP, it is transferred via CIF to ECC, then when ECC generates an order number, this is supposed to be transferred back to SPP to update the order number in SPP. This return update is not working. I am only catching the update in the CIF Comparison transaction (/SAPAPO/CCR). I get a CIF191 error, then I need to manually push the update to APO. Does anyone know if there could be a configuration I am missing, or any advice they can provide? It is hard to believe that you would need to run this manual process to update SPP. It also happens when I modify the PO quantity in ECC. This fails with error CIF188 and I manually push the update to APO again.

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    Posted on Dec 12, 2012 at 08:02 PM

    Eric,

    It is hard to believe that you would need to run this manual process to update SPP.

    In general, CIF is designed to allow automation. You should be able to configure your system to transparently move updates of transactional data without CCR intervention,

    Are you getting any queue errors (/SAPAPO/CQ)?

    FYI here is an old connectivity configuration guide, that I still find useful:

    http://help.sap.com/bp_bblibrary/470/documentation/B02_BB_ConfigGuide_EN_DE.doc

    Data Replication

    http://help.sap.com/bp_bblibrary/470/documentation/B05_BB_ConfigGuide_EN_DE.doc

    Best Regards,

    DB49

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