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SRM/HR Replication - Infotype 1010:signing authority

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Hello-

We are replicating the org plan and user info from our HR system to EBP. We would like to replicate the user data regarding signing authority to the spend/approval limit area in EBP.

However we have found that HR infotype (1010) which contains the approval info is not available in the HRMD_ABA IDOC thus making it more difficult to get the data from HR to EBP. We know we will need a custom process to update the user info on the EBP side, but the IDOC badis will work just fine for this.

We are looking for a way to get this additional infotype data sent to EBP with the existing IDOC. Has anyone else accomplished the transfer of infotype 1010? We are looking at extending the idoc or using custom RFCs to get the data, but we don't really like these options.

SRM4.0/EBP5.0 SP09

HR 4.7

Your advice is greatly appreciated.

Regards-

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Former Member
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Just closing this issue...we had to resort to a custom program as we didn't find a standard way to get the data in the standard idoc (w/out extensions.

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Brian,

We are facing a similar requirement with my client. Did you develop a custom program in SRM to map the IT1010 in SAP R/3 to the Spend/Approval Limit attribute int SRM or did you have to create a RFC call from SRM to R/3 during the workflow execution to read the IT1010 attribute?

-regards

Shaz

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Hi,

How did you resolve this in the end? We are starting discussions of exactly the same nature (how do we get banding/approval levels) from SAP HR into SRM and would appreciate the advice. Possibility of RFC were immediately shot down as thought to put too much load on system?

Cheers.

Former Member
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Hi,

How did you resolve this in the end? We are starting discussions of exactly the same nature (how do we get banding/approval levels) from SAP HR into SRM and would appreciate the advice. Possibility of RFC were immediately shot down as thought to put too much load on system?

Cheers.