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Exporting to SAP


Connecting to SAP

SmartSoft Invoices connects directly to SAP. This way you can export document data directly to your SAP ERP. Direct connection to SAP can be made from File->Integration->SAP.
Once the ERP is set to SAP, the user must fill in their SAP connection settings.
Go to Tools->Settings->SAP. Please note that the SAP tab will appear only after the ERP has been changed to SAP.

SAP connection settings should be provided by your SAP partner. Below you will find a short overview of some of the settings and also explanation where to look for them in SAP.

Instance: SAP instances are defined during the installation of the SAP system. SAP instance number can be looked up in SAP log on pad->Connections.

Client ID can vary between 0 and 999. It can be looked up in the SAP system under System->Status.

Pool size: It’s a set of client-connections for specific destinations. The pool may automatically create new connections to the specified remote system or return an already existing one. If the connection is no longer used, then it will be back in the pool. This way it verifies periodically which connections are utilized and which need to be closed. This results in efficient system resource utilization. Usually its value is 5.

Company code: An organizational unit in SAP accounting software used to identify a business. The code should be developed accordingly with tax laws, commercial laws, and other financial criteria. A company code in the SAP system shows a legally independent company and can also represent a legally dependent operating system oversees if external reporting is required


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