After having written a few documents, I started getting some requests to unify all my documents so colleagues could follow them in a quicker way in addition to the fact that helped me to find my own documents in a quicker manner so, I decided to create this new blog! During my next experiences, I will continue updating it.
This document is about my first project experience working with functional and integration side of C4C. Here I share some feelings and advices in order to help others to speed up their ramp-ups into it.
This document explains how to create the Logical Port required when leveraging ERP-C4C integration.
This document explains a complete development for being able to syncronize standard Acount Group from ERP within custom field on C4C; covering development, mapping in PO, customizing, etc.
This document explains how to filter Products and Accounts when flowing from C4C into ERP. Also, it gives some insights on how to filter other objects. Finally, it explains how to filter objects on the opposite flow (ERP into C4C).
This document explains how to setup external pricing between C4C and ERP, going through all the configuration of the 3 systems (ERP, C4C and PO) and, also, explaining how to test it.
This document explains how to debug on ERP/CRM when doing remote calls from C4C side. It is really helpful when having integration issues and troubleshooting.
This document explains how is Lock concept applied to C4C, as well as it explains parallel processing..
This document explains several concepts related to Organizational Management which were making me some trouble and that, after writing them all down, things got a bit more clear as I started understanding differences. Some parts of this blog are copy-pasted from help.
On this blog I have shared my experience on my first C4C related certification, C4C10 (functional role), explaining how I got prepared, providing some advice and sharing feelings.
On this blog I have shared my experience on my C4C30 certification (technical role), explaining how I got prepared, providing some advice and sharing feelings. Also, I added a short comparison against my C4C10 certification.
Hopefully, I will be updating this blog soon with new experiences!