Direct procurement always as extended classic -- why ?

Hi ,
As per SAP's specification , ' SRM Server is the leading server for direct procurement. This means the system behaves according to extended classic scenario' .
Is there any specific reason on why the scenario would always be extended classic for direct procurement ?
And does this also imply that in a classic scenario, if a SC is created for a direct material which refers to backend material , the PO created would be in accord with the extended classic scenario ?
Reasons/Answers --- Anyone ?
thanks-
Harmeet.

Hi Harmeet
Yes, even in classic scenario, if a SC is created for a direct material which refers to backend material , the PO created will be in accordance with the extended classic scenario by default i.e. a local SRM PO would be created which will be replicated to ECC. However you can alter this behaviour and force the system to create a PO in ECC (like classic scenario) by implementing BADIs.
Regards,
Nikhil

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