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Integration Mechanisms

The following table gives you an overview of the mechanisms to integrate an SAP Global Batch Traceability (SAP GBT) system with other systems:

Source System

Where-Used Data

Master Data

Organizational Data

SAP ERP system

Via remote function call (RFC) using integration component GBTRINT

Via IDoc interface using Application Link Enabling (ALE)

Via RFC using integration component GBTRINT

Non-SAP ERP system

Via enterprise service or via report /GBT/R_EVENT_DI using SAP Legacy System Migration Workbench

Via SAP Legacy System Migration Workbench

Not supported

Business Objects (Where-Used Data)

The following table gives you an overview of the business objects (where-used data) that are supported by SAP GBT:

Object in SAP GBT

Type of Data

Object in SAP ERP

Integration Mechanism

Batch relationship

Where-used data

Table:

  • CHVW

  • CHVW_INC

  • CHVW_PRE

  • CHVW_INC_PUR (as of enhancement package 5 for SAP ERP 6.0)

  • Delta load via RFC (report),

  • Initial load via RFC (report) or file upload

  • File import using SAP Legacy System Migration Workbench

Sales order or sales order return

Where-used data

Sales order

Via batch relationship together with the delta load or initial load

Production order

Where-used data

Production order

Via batch relationship together with the delta load or initial load

Purchase order

Where-used data

Purchase order

Via batch relationship together with the delta load or initial load

Delivery

Where-used data

Outbound delivery

Via batch relationship together with the delta load or initial load

Material document

Where-used data

Material document

Via batch relationship together with the delta load or initial load

Order reservation

Where-used data

Table CHVW_PRE

Via batch relationship together with the delta load or initial load

Business Objects (Master Data)

The following table gives you an overview of the business objects (master data) that are supported by SAP GBT:

Object in SAP GBT

Type of Data

Object in SAP ERP

Integration Mechanism

Batch class and batch characteristics

Master data

Batch class and batch characteristics

Via IDoc interface using Application Link Enabling (ALE) or via file import using SAP Legacy System Migration Workbench

Batch master

Master data

Batch master

Via IDoc interface using Application Link Enabling (ALE) or via file import using SAP Legacy System Migration Workbench

Batch classification

Master data

Classification

Via IDoc interface using Application Link Enabling (ALE) or via file import using SAP Legacy System Migration Workbench

Customer as business partner

Master data

Customer or debitor

Via IDoc interface using Application Link Enabling (ALE) or via file import using SAP Legacy System Migration Workbench

Vendor as business partner

Master Ddata

Vendor or creditor

Via IDoc interface using Application Link Enabling (ALE) or via file import using SAP Legacy System Migration Workbench

Business Objects (Organizational Data)

The following table gives you an overview of the business objects (organizational data) that are supported by SAP GBT:

Object in SAP GBT

Type of Data

Object in SAP ERP

Integration Mechanism

Plant as business partner

Organizational data

Plant

Synchronization report as job