Transferring Catalog

Hi,
I'd like to know if there is an easy way to transfer my external punchout catalogs from one srm system to another? Is it as easy as exporting & importing to the new or is it more involved?
Thanks,

Hi
Since it is puchout catlogs, You can maintain the same parameters whatever you maintained in your old system SPRO-->Supplier relationship Management -->Master data --> Define external webservices (Catalog, vendor list) - maintain your out bound parameters. and Define the catalog in PPOMA_BBP via CAT attribute.
Regards
Muthu

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