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Configuration Sales Order Confirmation Adobeform in CRM Server


E-mail message informing a customer that an order has been confirmed. It is triggered in CRM. Need to configure the Adobeform in SPRO for Sales Order Confirmation.


Go to Transaction SPRO

Customer Relationship Management->Basic Functions->Actions->Actions in Transaction->Create Actions with Wizard


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Processing Time – Processing When Saving Document

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Enter Partner Function – 00000001 (Sold-to-Party)

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Click External Communication and then Continue


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Form Name – <Name of the Adobeform>

Form Type – PDF-Based Forms

Format – <Filter name of the BADI ‘DOC_PERSONALIZE_BCS’>


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Need to implement BADI ‘DOC_PERSONALIZE_BCS’ and enter in Format. It is a filtered BADI.

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Need to implement the logic to trigger the Adobeform in the IF_EX_DOC_PERSONALIZE_BCS~PERSONALIZE_PDF_DOC_PDFIF


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So from transaction CRMD_ORDER, for any Sales Order when saving any data, an email will be send to the Sold-to-Party email id set in BP.


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