Monday, September 22, 2008

Checklist for Setting Up the CIF

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Object documentation Checklist for Setting Up the System Infrastructure

The following table shows the Customizing steps required for the technical integration via Core Interface (CIF).

If you work with SAP R/3 4.0B or higher, an Implementation Guide (IMG) is available for CIF Customizing in the ERP System. There is also an IMG for CIF Customizing in the SCM System. You find the relevant IMG activities in the corresponding IMG under the structure nodes Basic Settings for Creating the System Landscape and Basic Settings for Data Transfer.

CIF Customizing in the ERP System

Step

Transaction

Obligatory?

Check ALE settings and activate, as required:

Define the logical system

Assign logical system to client

SALE

Obligatory

Define the RFC destination

SM59

Obligatory

Set up the target system and assign the queue type

If you set the Inbound Queue queue type in the ERP system, you have to register CIF queues (CF*) in the QIN scheduler in the SCM system.

CFC1

Obligatory

Maintain SCM release

NDV2

Obligatory

Set number ranges for parallelization

CFC7

If needed

Activate BTEs for integration

BF11

If needed

Register CIF queues in the QIN scheduler if you have changed to inbound queues in the SCM system

SMQR

If needed

CIF Customizing in the SCM System

Step

Transaction

Obligatory?

Check ALE settings

Define the logical system

Assign logical system to client

SALE

Obligatory

Define the RFC destination

SM59

Obligatory

Maintain business system group

/SAPAPO/C1

Obligatory

Assign Logical System to Business System group

/SAPAPO/C2

SNSCLNT001 to BSG_01

Assign logical system and queue type

If you set the Inbound Queue queue type in the SCM system, you have to register CIF queues (CF*) in the QIN scheduler in the ERP system.

CFC1

Obligatory

Register CIF queues in the QIN scheduler if you have changed to inbound queues in the ERP system

SMQR

If needed

Register CIF queues in the QOUT scheduler, if you have configured outbound queues in the ERP system

SMQS

If needed

Maintain distribution definitions

/SAPAPO/CP1

Obligatory

Create customer exits for uniquely identifying master data. For more information, see the Implementation Guide (IMG) for SCM Basis.

CMOD (Customer Exits)

SE19 (Business Add-Ins)

If needed

1 comment:

Hai Zeng said...

CIF related Transaction:
Cfc1 – Maintain Queue Types
Cfc2 – User specific settings for Queues
Cfc9 – Master Data Settings for Online Transfer or Periodic Change Transfer
Cfm1 – Create Int.Model
Cfm2 – Activate Int. Model
Cfm4 – Display Int.Model
Cfm5 – Search for Int.Model
Cfm6 – Change Int.Model
Cfm7 - Delete Int.Model
Smq1 – Outbound Queue Monitor
Smq2 – Inbound Queue Monitor
Smqr – QIN Scheduler
Bd50 – Activate change pointers for message type
Bd52 – Define master data fields for message type.
Bd61 – Activate change pointers generally.
Bd22 – Delete Obsolete change pointers.
ALE customizing - Transaction : SALE
sapapo/c1 – BSG
Sapapo/c2 – Queue Types for BSGs
Sapapo/c3 – Application log
Sapapo/c4 – User specific settings for Queues
sapapo/loc3 – Location
sapapo/mat1 – Product
sapapo/res01 – Resource
sapapo/scc05 – PPM
Sapapo/rrp3 – Product View
Sapapo/rrpcust1 – customizing for integration strategies.
Smq1 – outbound queue monitor
Smq2 – inbound queue monitor
Sapapo/cq – SCM Queue Manager
SALE – ALE Customizing