EGN_5623 Systems Integration 10-29-11

EGN_5623 Systems - SystemsIntegration (ProfessionalMSEM Fall,2011 ERP&APOIntegration Theories&Concepts (ProfessionalMSEM Fall,2011

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    Systems Integration Systems Integration  EGN 5623   Enterprise Systems Optimization  EGN 5623   Enterprise Systems Optimization (Professional MSEM) (Professional MSEM) Fall, 2011  Fall, 2011 
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     EGN 5623   Enterprise Systems Optimization  EGN 5623   Enterprise Systems Optimization (Professional MSEM) (Professional MSEM) Fall, 2011  Fall, 2011 
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1. Core interface (CIF) CIF Overview CIF Configuration 1. Integration models for data transfer Object and data transfer Initial and delta transfer 1. Master data integration 2. Transactional data integration
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(Review) (Review) CIF Controls data transfer between ERP and SCM SAP ERP ECC 6.0 SCM 5.0 Master Data TransactionalData DP Forecastbased on data from BW SNP Supply Network Planning Deployment BW Aggregates data from varous sources Data from flat file SOP / DM / PP Alternative Scenario Base Scenario
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CIF Overview CIF Overview Core interface (CIF) is the central interface that connects SAP SCM to the existing SAP ECC system environment. Data transfer between the ECC and SCM systems is defined and controlled using the Core Interface (CIF). CIF is an integrated part of the ERP system (in S AP ECC 6.0 ) and also is an integrated part of SAP APO, 5.0 .
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CIF Overview CIF Overview CIF enables transferring master data from SAP ERP to SAP APO in one way only , and transferring transactional data in both ways between ERP and APO In the Core Interface , the user selects the objects to be transferred to SCM via the “ integration models .” Only the planning-required parameters are transferred from the SAP ECC dataset to SAP SCM. Technically, the transfer is performed via the queued remote function calls (qRFC) .
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Core Interface (CIF) (Review) Core Interface (CIF) (Review)
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APO Core Interface Data transfer between the ECC and SCM systems is defined and controlled using the APO Core Interface (CIF) . CIF is the central interface that connects SAP SCM to the existing SAP ECC system environment. It is available to the ECC systems through a plug-in. In the APO Core Interface you select the objects that you
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EGN_5623 Systems - SystemsIntegration (ProfessionalMSEM Fall,2011 ERP&APOIntegration Theories&Concepts (ProfessionalMSEM Fall,2011

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