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sits, publications, subscriptions, and replication objects ????????????????

Hello All

I am working on CRM 5.0

I opened the administration console but I couldn’t understand the relation between the sits, publications, subscriptions, and replication objects

I know what they are but I don’t know what the relation between them?


Jacopo François

Former Member
Former Member replied


You define publications in order to make them available to subscriptions. You can use these to subscribe to sites (data sets) for the predefined publications and you can state concrete values for the criteria fields.

You can determine the distribution of data to the current sites by creating subscriptions. For this reason you have to subscribe to a publication, and then you can assign one or more sites to the subscription.

A site is a physical dataset that exists outside the consolidated database (CDB). It is a receiver and/or supplier of data for the replication defined on the CRM Server. There are different site types, such as mobile terminals (mobile clients), an SAP backend system, or non-SAP systems.

eg: Sites ECC and CRM systems.. where data will flow.

publications : Business partners pricing..etc.

to publish these in the CRM or ECC, u first need to subscribe to the sites(nothing but getting permission from the sytems.)



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