BDocs are business documents, which like IDocs are used for synchronization, replication and realignment of data in SAP CRM. A replication object is a specific business object (Ex: customers, materials, sales area data etc.) for which the entire process of data replication logic -- the required BDocs, the data replication rules, the source tables and destination data tables, with data filters provision --is defined. For more information on BDocs and IDocs, browse SearchCRM.com's sister site, SearchSAP.com.
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