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Fundamentals of SAP Sales and Distribution (SD) Module:

SAP Sales and Distribution (SD) is one of the most popularly used modules that is imparted in SAP SD Certification program towards better data and work management in enterprises. SAP (System Application and Products) was initiated by SAP AG originated in Germany. It is an enterprise resource planning software product that enables organizations in integrating various business processes through a single unified system. Since SAP started its journey concentrating on inventory management, it has come a long way adopting various modules for different processes in an organization. Today, SAP has been adopted by host of companies from across the globe to enhance the process works in various departments. From human resource management to sales and distribution and from financial accounting to controlling, SAP has a wide range of modules for different job areas.


The SAP SD module is one of the primary ERP module developed by SAP. SAP service and distribution deals in better management of sales and customer distribution data and processes in organizations. It works closely with other SAP modules towards effective process work. Other modules that SAP SD integrates are financial accounting (FI), controlling (CO), materials management (MM), and production planning (PP) and so on. All these collaborate together and enhance the work process in enterprises.

SAP SD configuration requires adequate knowledge on handling SAP developed software products. It is widely advised by experts to undertake SAP SD training in order to build a strong base on SAP SD user. SAP SD module has multiple components that integrate different processes within the job area.

Components of SAP SD Module

SAP-SD-MD: Master Data

SAP-SD-BF: Basic Functions

SAP-SD-SLS: Sales

SAP-SD-SHP: Shipping

SAP-SD-TBA: Transportation

SAP-SD-FTT: Foreign Trade

SAP-SD-BIL: Billing

SAP-SD-CAS: Sales Support

SAP-SD-MD (Master Data): SAP SD user includes master data and the process involves tracking of each and every transaction within the data. The sales and distribution master data includes of customer master data, material master data, pricing conditions record, output records and credit management. From order to cash process, entire flow is being recorded in this module.

SAP-SD-BF (Basic Functions): SAP SD configuration results in an effective process across all basic functions involved in sales and distribution area. Here, examples of basic functions can be pricing, output etc. The amount of pricing used for a particular sale and the output result from the same and so on.

SAP-SD-SLS (Sales): As the term suggests, SAP SD sales handles minute details of every sale that is taken place. From recording the product to customer details, pricing, feedback and the sales process, everything is tracked through this module.

SAP-SD-SHP (Shipping): Sales are closely related to shipping and delivery. A Product needs to be rightly shipped and delivered to the customer. There are different methods of shipping and this module track each one used for each delivery. The entire process from being shipped to delivered or return back is recorded through this module.

SAP-SD-TBA (Transportation): This SAP SD component works closely with the above shipping module. A product can be either couriered or manually delivered. The mode of transportation is different for each one and is being tracked through this module.

SAP-SD-FTT (Foreign Trade): This component helps a department to handle the data related to foreign trade including both imported products and products exported outside. This module works best for enterprises involved with trade across nations.

SAP-SD-BIL (Billing): Billing is a major part in sales. Customers can pay either online using debit or credit card, through cash on delivery, or by using pay pal account and so on. To maintain a proper track for future reference, each bill detail is recorded through this module.

SAP-SD-CAS (Sales Support): From selling a product to maintaining it for a process, customers constantly interact with the sales team. The data exchanged between the sales team and customers while delivering support for a product is recorded and reported through this module.

These are some of the multiple components involved in SAP SD user for effective process work within sales and distribution job area. There are various advantages of SAP SD configuration and few of these are mentioned as below.

Advantages of SAP SD Configuration in Enterprises:

Track of sales transactions

Record or pre-sale and post-sale process

Tracks sales data along with team performance

Defined process for sales and distribution

Categorization of diverse sales and process

Effective management of sales documents in a unified system

Owing to all the above benefits and a lot more, SAP SD module is adopted by a huge number of enterprises across the globe and today it is one of the most popular of ERP systems globally used. As organizations are moving towards SAP implementation, the need for SAP training is growing immensely among professionals.

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INTRODUCTION

  • Introduction to ERP and SAP
  • Overview of SAP Modules and HR Sub Modules

STRUCTURES IN SAP HR

  • Enterprise structure
  • Personnel Structure
  • Organizational Structure

PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATION

  • Maintaining Master Data
  • Infotypes and Data Tables
  • Functions of Master Data
  • Time Constraints to Infotypes
  • Personnel Number Ranges and features
  • Configuration of Personnel Actions
  • Infogroups, user group and User Parameter
  • Infotype Menus process
  • Screen Modifications

RECRUITMENT

  • Maintenance of Applicant Number Ranges
  • Maintain Recruitment Infotypes
  • Setting up Features
  • Applicant Structure and Status flow
  • Configuration of Advertising and Instruments
  • Create Administrator and set up feature
  • Transfer Applicant data to Personnel Admin
  • Maintain Vacancy Status
  • Setting up Applicant Class
  • Executing Applicant Actions

ORGANIZATION MANAGEMENT

  • Organizational Objects
  • Objects in Org Management
  • Relationships and Object Characteristics
  • Org Managemt Related Infotypes
  • Organization and Staffing
  • Simple Maintenance
  • Infotype Maintenance
  • Organizational Structure
  • Reporting Structure

INTEGRATION

  • Maintain Integration OM to PA
  • Maintain Integration OM to Recruitment
  • Maintain Integration Switches

PAYROLL

  • Configuration of Payroll Area and

Control Record

  • Functionality of Control Record
  • Payroll Organization and Configuration
  • Payroll Status and Retroactive Accounting
  • Generation of Payroll Periods
  • Pay scale Structure
  • Setting up PCR and CAP Groupings
  • Wage type Configuration, Grouping and Characteristics
  • Indirect Valuation Concepts
  • Wage Type Valuation
  • Payroll Process Flow
  • Payroll Driver, Schemas
  • Payroll Cluster Tables and Internal Tables

PAYROLL

INDIA

Indian Specific Configuration

· Maintain India Specific Infotypes

· India Related Driver and Schema

· Proffestional Tax

· Housing

· Car and Conveyance

· Provident Fund

· ESI

· Section 80 and 88

PAYROLL USA

  • Maintain US specific Related Infotypes
  • US Payroll Driver and Schema
  • Resident Tax Areas
  • Work Tax Areas
  • Tax Authorities
  • Tax Levels
  • BSI Communication

PERSONNEL DEVELOPMENT

  • Configuration of Appraisal Catalogues
  • Configuration of Criteria groups and Criteria
  • Creating Qualification Groups and Qualifications
  • Setting up Integration Switch to Appraisals
  • Profile Match up

TRAINING AND EVENT MANAGEMENT

  • Configuring Business Event Catalogue
  • Working on Business Event Groups and Business Events
  • Pre Booking
  • Post Booking
  • Carrying out Day to Day Activities

TIME MANAGEMENT

  • Infotypes in Time Management
  • Holiday Classes and Day Types
  • Configuration of Holiday Calendars
  • Configuring Work Schedules,

Daily Work Schedules

  • Period Work Schedules and

Work Schedule Rules

  • Generating Work Schedules
  • Time Management Status and features
  • Configuration of Absences Quotas
  • Configuration of Counting Rules, Rounding Rules and

Deduction Rules

  • Base Entitlement Rules and Selection Rules
  • Run the Time Evaluation through RPTIME00

BENEFITS

  • Configuration of Benefit Areas
  • Benefit Providers
  • Plan Categories and Plan Status
  • Parameter Groups
  • Benefit Plans – Health Plans, Insurance Plans,

Saving Plans

  • Cost Variants and Cost Rules
  • Coverage Groupings
  • First Program Grouping and Second Program Grouping

ASAP METHODOLOGY

  • Explanation of Various Phases in ASAP Methodology right from Project Preparation Through Go live
  • Business Blue Prints, Configuration Documents

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The Critical Skills Work Visa emanates from the merger of the former Exceptional Skills and Quota Work visas. The latter was issued in line with the Quota List of 2009, which had skills categories, requirements, and the quota of skills targeted in the Republic of South Africa. The Critical Skills work visa is issued in accordance with the critical skills list. The list was developed in conjunction with the ocupations in high demand and the scarce skills lists of the Department of Higher Education and Training (DHET). The main objective of the critical skills work visa is to assist the government to realise the achievement of the National Infrastructure Project, the Strategic Infrastructure Projects and Key National Strategic Projects in support of the Department of Trade and Industry

REQUIREMENTS FOR A CRITICAL SKILLS WORK VISA

Section 19(4) of the ACT

  • Duly completed online form. Handwritten forms will not be accepted by department of home affairs.
  • Passport valid for no less than 30 calendar days after expiry of the intended visit.
  • A medical report not older than 6 months
  • A radiological report not older than 6 months
  • Marriage certificate or in the case of a foreign spousal relationship, proof of official recognition thereof issued by the authorities of the foreign country of the applicant (where applicable).
  • The affidavit where a spousal relationship to a South African citizen or resident is applicable as well as documentation proving cohabitation and the extent to which the related financial responsibilities are shared by the parties and setting out the particulars of children in the spousal relationship.
  • Proof of a union recognised in terms of the recognition of customary marriages act, 1998 (act no. 120 of 1998), where applicable.
  • Divorce decree, where applicable.
  • Proof of court order awarding custody, where applicable.
  • Death certificate, in respect of late spouse, where applicable.
  • Written consent from both parents and/or sole custody parent, where applicable, with proof of sole custody.
  • Proof of legal adoption where applicable.
  • Legal separation order, where applicable.

Police clearance certificate issued by the police or security authority in each country where the relevant applicant resided for 12 months or longer after attaining the age of 18 years, in respect of criminal records or the character of that applicant, which certificate shall not be older than six months at the time of its submission: (provided that the certificate shall not be required from a foreign country in the case of renewal or extension of a visa but from the republic)

  • A yellow fever vaccination certificate if that person travelled or intends travelling from or transiting through a yellow fever endemic area: (provided that the certificate shall not be required where that person travelled or intends travelling in direct transit through such area)
  • A written undertaking by the employer accepting responsibility for the costs related to the deportation of the applicant and his or her dependent family members, should it become necessary (where there is no employer: proof of sufficient financial means to the value of a minimum of r3 000 in the form of three months bank statements)
  • A written undertaking by the employer to ensure that the passport of his or her employee is valid at all times for the duration of his or her employment (where there is no employer: a written undertaking by the applicant to ensure that the passport of the applicant shall be valid at all times for the duration of his or her temporary visa)
  • Proof that the applicant falls within the critical skills category by specifically indicating the occupation/critical skill for which the application is being made. The occupation/critical skill must be on the critical skills list.
  • Proof of evaluation of the foreign qualification by SAQA and translated by a sworn translator into one of the official languages of the republic
  • If required by law, proof of application for a certificate of registration with the professional body, council or board recognised by SAQA in terms of section 13(1)(i) of the national qualifications framework act;
  • A confirmation, in writing, from the professional body, council or board recognised by saqa in terms of section 13(1)(0 of the national qualifications framework act, or any relevant government department confirming the skills or qualifications of the applicant and appropriate post qualification experience, (if not attached, VFS official to check directive 22 of 2014)
  • Proof of payment of the applicable fee

CRITICAL SKILLS WORK VISA – RENEWAL

SECTION 19(4) OF THE ACT

  • Duly completed online form. Handwritten forms will not be accepted by department of home affairs.
  • Passport valid for no less than 30 calendar days after expiry of the intended visit.
  • A medical report not older than 6 months
  • A radiological report not older than 6 months
  • Marriage certificate or in the case of a foreign spousal relationship, proof of official recognition thereof issued by the authorities of the foreign country of the applicant (where applicable).
  • The affidavit where a spousal relationship to a south african citizen or resident is applicable as well as documentation proving cohabitation and the extent to which the related financial responsibilities are shared by the parties and setting out the particulars of children in the spousal relationship
  • Proof of a union recognised in terms of the recognition of customary marriages act, 1998 (act no. 120 of 1998), where applicable
  • Divorce decree, where applicable.
  • Proof of court order awarding custody, where applicable
  • Death certificate, in respect of late spouse, where applicable.
  • Written consent from both parents and/or sole custody parent, where applicable, with proof of sole custody.
  • Proof of legal adoption where applicable.
  • Legal separation order, where applicable.
  • Police clearance certificate issued by the police or security authority in each country where the relevant applicant resided for 12 months or longer after attaining the age of 18 years, in respect of criminal records or the character of that applicant, which certificate shall not be older than six months at the time of its submission: (provided that the certificate shall not be required from a foreign country in the case of renewal or extension of a visa within the republic)
  • A yellow fever vaccination certificate if that person travelled or intends travelling from or transiting through a yellow fever endemic area: (provided that the certificate shall not be required where that person travelled or intends travelling in direct transit through such area)
  • A written undertaking by the employer accepting responsibility for the costs related to the deportation of the applicant and his or her dependent family members, should it become necessary (all renewals must be accompanied by an offer of employment or employer contact. no renewal without employment contract except for the occupations listed under the category of life and earth sciences and academics and researchers)
  • A written undertaking by the employer to ensure that the passport of his or her employee is valid at all times for the duration of his or her employment (where there is no employer: a written undertaking by the applicant to ensure that the passport of the applicant shall be valid at all times for the duration of his or her temporary visa)
  • For the occupations listed under the category of life and earth sciences and academics and researchers, where there is no employment contract, proof of financial means. (applicant to also submit additional proof of financial means every 12 months thereafter)
  • Proof that the applicant falls within the critical skills category by specifically indicating the occupation/critical skill for which the application is being made as it appears on the critical skills list.
  • Proof of evaluation of the foreign qualification by SAQA and translated by a sworn translator into one of the official languages of the republic.
  • If required by law, proof of application for a certificate of registration with the professional body, council or board recognised by SAQA in terms of section 13(1)(i) of the national qualifications framework act;
  • A confirmation, in writing, from the professional body, council or board recognised by saqa in terms of section 13(1)(0 of the national qualifications framework act, or any relevant government department confirming the skills or qualifications of the applicant and appropriate post qualification experience, (if not attached, VFS official to check directive 22 of 2014)
  • Proof of payment of the applicable fee

CRITICAL SKILLS WORK VISA (EXTENSION OF VISA INITIALLY ISSUED FOR 12 MONTHS)

SECTION 19(4) OF THE ACT

  • Duly completed online form. Handwritten forms will not be accepted by Department of Home Affairs.
  • Passport valid for no less than 30 calendar days after expiry of the intended visit.
  • Police clearance certificate (Not required if person has been in the Republic for less than 12 months at the time of extension)
  • Contract of Employment or Offer of Employment signed by both applicant and the employer stating the condition that the contract will only be valid provided the applicant obtains a valid critical skills work visa)
  • A written undertaking by the employer accepting responsibility for the costs related to the deportation of the applicant and his or her dependent family members, should it become necessary
  • A written undertaking by the employer to ensure that the passport of his or her employee is valid at all times for the duration of his or her employment
  • Proof that the applicant falls within the critical skills category by specifically indicating the occupation/critical skill for which the application is being made. The occupation/critical skill must be on the Critical Skills list.
  • Copy of the Critical Skills Work Visa recently issued to the applicant for 12 months.
  • Proof of payment of the applicable fee
  • NB
  • Proof to substantiate critical skills, such as publications and research documents are not required and should therefore not be submitted along with your application.
  • No need for employment contract if not employed (to be submitted once employed – see section on Critical Skills Work Visa extension)
  • No need for a certificate from the Department of Labour
  • No need to apply for an endorsement to study part time

SAP HANA ADMINISTRATION ONLINE TRAINING|USA|UK|HYDERABAD

SAP HANA Administration

SAP HANA is a powerful database from SAP built on In-memory technology. SAP HANA usually needs less administration than other databases, SAP is suggesting their customers to migrate from other traditional databases to HANA Database which is 3500 times faster Analytics and 4500 faster reporting speed.The SAP HANA Studio is the main GUI tool for SAP HANA Admin 2.x Training, So the future would be the HANA database with most of the customers.

Each SAP HANA Administration Online Training Module builds on top of the preceding Module so that the learning process is progressive. The examples given in this training are practical, and you will be able to see the immediate result of your efforts. We will first cover setting up HANA Platform i.e pre and post installations, Direct extractor configuration and much more, followed by project. By end of our SAP HANA Administration training, students can confidently update their profiles with knowledge and Hands on experience.

SAP HANA Administration Training Curriculum

Introduction to SAP HANA

SAP HANA Basics, In-Memory Strategy, HANA compare to BWA, In-Memory Computing, Hardware-Innovations, Software-Innovations, SAP HANA simplified Architecture, SAP HANA Extended Architecture, Business Intelligence Clients with HANA, HANA Columnar Store, SAP HANA row store vs Columnar Storage.

Different HANA Versions and Editions

HANA .0 SPS03, HANA .0 SPS04—NEW Features, HANA .0 SPS05—NEW Features, HANA .0 SPS06—NEW Features, HANA .0 SPS07—NEW Features, HANA .0 SPS08—NEW Features, HANA .0 SPS09—NEW Features.

SAP HANA Platform Edition, SAP HANA Enterprise Edition, SAP HANA Enterprise Extended Edition.

Sizing HANA

SAP HANA In-Memory Database Sizing elements, RAM, Disk, CPU, Memory Sizing, CPU Sizing, SAP HANA Scale Out

Pre and Post Installations

Preparing SAP HANA Installation, Reviewing SAP HANA Installation, Post-Installation steps

Configuring Look and Feel

In-Memory Computing Studio, Administration view, HANA Navigator View, System Monitor in HANA, Information Modeler

HANA System Architecture

Architecture Overview, IMCE and Surroundings, HANA Row Store, Column Store, Loading data into HANA, Data Modeling in HANA, Persistent Layer in HANA, Backup & Recovery.

SAP HANA Hardware Requirements

Prepare HANA Installation parameters, Users created during HANA Installation, HANA Required Installation media, Prepare Installer Configuration file.

SAP HANA Installation

SAP HANA unified Installer Tool Unified Installer to install the Sap HANA SERVER, HANA Components installed by Installer, Command based Installation, GUI based HANA Installation.

SAP HANA Tool Overview

SAP HANA Studio, DBA Cockpit, HDBSQL Command Line Tool

Install HANA Studio

System Requirements, Supported Platforms, Install SAP HANA Studio

HANA Post-Installation Steps

Starting and Stopping SAP HANA System, Displaying Process List, Logging on to HANA system using HANA studio, HANA User Security, Monitoring HANA Landscape.

SAP HANA Operations

Starting & Stopping SAP HANA, Starting SAP HANA Database, Stopping SAP HANA Database, Displaying Process List, Monitoring HANA Landscape, Periodic Manual Tasks.

Data Provisioning using Slt

Positioning and benefit of SLT for SAP HANA, Key benefits of Trigger-Based Approach, Architecture and building Blocks, Architecture for SAP Source Replication, Architecture for NON-SAP Source Replication, Set-up of LT replication server, Installation Aspects, Configuration Steps for SLT replication server, Setup Data Replication, Database-Supportability, Landscape strategy of SLT replication server, SLT replication server Installation Options, Technical Requirements and system setup.

Information

Configuring HANA Studio for importing Metadata, Importing Metadata, Mass Import, Selective Import, Load Data Via Data services into SAP HANA.

SAP HANA Direct extractor configuration, Connection (Dxc)

Introduction to SAP HANA Direct Extractor, Limitations of DXC, Setup and Configurations, Enabling Services, HTTP Connection and Test Connection

Maintaining Users & Authorizations (Saphana Security)

Create Users, User and Role Concept, Creating Roles, Assigning Privileges to Roles, Privileges, SQL Privileges, System Privileges, Analytic Privileges, Reporting and Privileges, Modeling required Privileges.

SAP HANA Db Backup and Recovery

System Configuration Parameters, Monitoring and system state parameters, Backup & Recovery SAP HANA, Need of Backup, Backup Types, Data Backup, Log Backup, Recovery Options, Recovery in Replication Scenarios, Backup to External Backup Destinations, Recovery Scenarios, Power Failure, Disk Failure.

Monitoring and Troubleshooting

Configuring Remote Support, Solution Manager Integration, Remote Service Connection, Availability Monitoring, Setting up Monitoring, System Monitoring Setup, Status Overview, Services Overview, System Load History, Disk Usage Details, Checking System Configuration, Alerts.

SAP HANA Logs & Traces

This module presents, how to troubleshooting performance in SAP HANA and also configuration to manage log file.

Regular administration tasks, Troubleshooting, Analyzing performance, Auditing SAP HANA, Global Audit Configuration, Manage Audit Policies, Audit Events, Audit Trail.

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SAP TM – SAP Transport Management

SAP Transport Management System is a process within an SAP instance, which allows you to manage transports. It can be started by typing “/nSTMS” into the SAP GUI console. If offers an easy and convenient way to provide any transports for the given SAP instance Most TMS software is not provided by SAP where SAP is not considered to be leader of any kind in this area. This article stub appears to be an attempt to provide a free ad for an SAP commercial offering.

OverView

  • Introduction to SAP TM
  • TM 8.0 Focus
  • TM 8.1 Focus
  • TM 9.0 Focus
  • TM 9.1 Focus
  • Limitation of LE-TRA
  • NWBC and SAP GUI
  • TM Landscape and Architecture
  • TM Processes and Scenarios
  • SAP TM End to End – Standard Process Flow
  • FTL V/s LTL
  • Truck Load V/s Intermodal
  • Single Pick Single Drop V/s Multi Pick Multi Drop Scenarios
  • Master Data Core Interface
  • Generate and Activate Integration Models
  • Repeat Generation and Activation of IMs
  • Change Transfer – Online
  • CIF Customers, Vendors, Carriers, Plant, Shipping Point, Materials
  • Hands-on Exercise

Organizational Units in SAP TM

  • Enterprise Structure in SAP ECC
  • Enterprise Structure in SAP TM
  • Business Partner Creation for TM Org Units
  • Assignment of Business Partners and Org Units
  • Hands-on Exercise

Transportation Relevant Master data in SAP TM

  • Means and Mode of Transport
  • Location Master
  • Transportation Lanes
  • Transportation Zones
  • Vehicle Resource
  • Hands-on Exercise

ECC Sales Order Integration

  • Relevant Business Functions
  • Config Behind Sales Order Integration
  • Service Interfaces Choreography
  • Understanding XML Message for Analysis and Errors
  • Hands-on Exercise

ECC PO/STO Integration

  • Relevant Business Functions
  • Config Behind PO/STO Integration (Inter/Intra company)
  • Service Interfaces Choreography
  • Understanding XML Message for Analysis and Errors
  • Hands-on Exercise

Transportation Requests in SAP TM

  • Personal Object Work Lists
  • Transportation Request Types
  • Understanding Order Based Transportation Requirement
  • OTR Type Determination
  • OTR Type Control Data
  • Hands-on Exercise

Freight Units in SAP TM

  • Freight Unit Building Rule – Strategies
  • FU Type Control Data
  • Hands-on Exercise

Conditions in SAP TM

  • Condition Types
  • Data Access Definitions
  • Relationship between Condition type and data access definition
  • Create Condition using “BRF Plus Decision Table” Technique
  • Create Condition using “Direct BO Access” Technique
  • Hands-on Exercise

ECC Outbound Delivery Integration

  • Relevant Business Function
  • Config Behind Outbound Delivery Integration
  • Service Interfaces Choreography
  • DTR Type Determination
  • Impact on DTR FU on OTR FU
  • Hands-on Exercise

Transportation Planning

  • Understanding Transportation cockpit
  • Selection and Planning profiles
  • Planning in SAP TM
  • Hands-on Exercise

Freight order Management

  • Freight Order Types
  • Understanding SAP TM Freight Order
  • Freight Order in 2PLs Scenario and Impact on TM process
  • Freight Order For 3PLs Scenario and Impact on TM process
  • Freight Order with Multiple Service Providers
  • Hands-on Exercise

Charge Calculation On SAP TM

  • Freight/Forwarding Agreement
  • Transportation Charge Calculation Sheets
  • Rate tables
  • Scales
  • Scale base and Calculation Base
  • Agreements
  • Charge category, Subcategory and Charge types
  • Use of templates
  • Charge Calculation Profiles
  • Hands-on Exercise

Supplier Freight Invoice Request(TM 8.0 and onwards)

  • SFIR Standard Process
  • Creating the FSD from FO
  • Creating the FSD from POWL
  • Partial FSD
  • Collective FSD
  • Post Accruals in SAP ERP
  • Invoice Verification
  • Configuration Required
  • Service Interfaces Choreography
  • Hands-on Exercise

Scenario Run – Shippers’ Basic Process FTL

  • SO < OTR < FU < Planning < FO < Charge Calc < SFIR < Accruals Posting < MIRO

Queries handling; SAP TM Implementation basics

  • Process Flow: TM 8.1 Basic Vanila process – 3PL Scenarios (FWO < Charge Calc < FU < Planning < CFIR < Customer Billing

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Variant Configuration

To get an understanding of what Variant Configuration actually is let’s read the description offered by the SAP Online Help:

1. Variant Configuration

Variant configuration is for manufacturing complex products in which customer determines the features of the product. Objective of variant configuration is to react quickly to customers’ requirements.

Here it needs not to create separate material for each variant of a product. When companies introduce variant configuration this often goes beyond a business process re-engineering project. Variant configuration offers an opportunity to restructure product structures for which then processes are defined. This has a direct impact to the core areas such as marketing and product data management.

2. Advantages of VC

· No need to Create separate material master for each variant combination.

· Super BOM and Super Routing is enough for representing all possible Variants and Operations.

· Able to react more flexible to customer demands.

· Increase Information exchange between sales, engineering and production.

3.What is Configurable Material?

· A material with different features or characteristics and options is known as configurable material. Example: PC, Car.

· Configurable materials are either created in a material type that allows the configuration (n the standard system, the material type KMAT) or they are given the indicator Configurable in the material master record.

4.Master Data used for VC

Following Objects are used as Master data for Variant configuration.

1. Super BOM

2. Super Routing

3. Characteristic

4. Class

5. Object Dependencies

6. Configuration Profile

7. SD Condition records

4.1 Super BOM

Super BOM Contains all the components for producing configurable product. It contains both variant as well as non-variant parts required for producing configurable product.

4.1.1 Super BOM configuration

Super BOM can be created either one of the following methods.

· Create BOM with class Item of 200-class type that contains all characteristic of a configurable material.

· Create BOM with all possible materials as its components. Then assign /define dependencies to each component.

The different between this two method is

· BOM with class item, no need to assign or define object dependencies. Instead of that each material is classified in material master itself using class 200.

· For both cases all characteristics are assigned to class 300 which is again assigned to KMAT material in order to trigger configuration in configuration profile.

4.1.2 Super BOM with Class Item

Class items used to control the selection of variant parts in a BOM. Variant parts are classified in a class, and the class is entered in the BOM as a class item. When you configure the material, the class is replaced by a suitable variant part.

4.1.3 Advantages of using Class Item in BOM

· Only one item for the class is enough, instead of several items for the individual variant parts.

· No need to create and assign selection conditions.

· Able to classify additional objects in the class at any time, without having to change the BOM.

4.1.4 Steps involved in super BOM with Class

? Define all Characteristics and its Values assign it to Class with type 200.

? Assign characteristic Values to materials by Classification material

? Assign class 200 with material instead of assigning all BOM items.

? Create and Assign class 300 (with same characteristics) with configurable product using configuration profile.

4.1.5 Super BOM with Material Components

This bill of material (BOM) of a configurable material contains all the components that are required to manufacture the material. The BOM contains components that are only used in specific variants (variant parts), as well as components that are used in all variants (non-variable parts).

4.1.6 Steps involved in super BOM with Material Components

? Define all Characteristics and its values assign it to Class with type 300.

? Assign Class with configurable material in Configuration profile.

? BOM is created with all variant and non-variant items.

? Define interdependency between objects (Characteristic, BOM item, Routing Operation etc?) by using Object Dependencies.

? Assign class 300 with configurable product using configuration profile.

4.2 Super Routing

A configurable routing describes the production process for all variants of a product. Instead of creating a routing for each variant of a product, you can create operations for one routing, or a “super” routing.

It is possible to maintain Object dependencies for following in super routing:

· Sequences

· Operations/sub-operations

· Production resource/tool assignments

The routing is configured by system, when order is created for KMAT material.

4.3 Characteristic

Characteristic is used to define the features of a configurable material. To enable to use characteristics to configure a material, assign the material to a class of class type 300. The customer can choose from among different options for each characteristic.

· Characteristics describe the properties of objects. The values of a characteristic specify these properties.

· Value assignment to characteristic may be single value or multiple value with required entry or restrict able entry.

· In characteristic it is also possible to use table name and its field name in order to change the Object quantity or values. I.e. BOM item quantity or Operation time, which is known as ?reference characteristic?.

· In Restriction screen allowed Class types are entered i.e. for what are the class this characteristic may used. In general for Variant configuration class 200 and 300 are used.

· It is also possible to assign Dependency to characteristic values maintained in Characteristic.

4.4 Variant Class

· In Variant configuration, Class is used to hold the characteristics that describe about configurable material. Class type to determine which object types can be classified.

· Class is used in variant configuration if the class has a class type that supports variant configuration. In Customizing for Classification, the Variant class type indicator must be set for the class type. In the standard system, this is class type 300.

4.5 Dependencies

· Dependencies restricts the combinations of options i.e. characteristic that are not allowed. It also select exactly the right BOM components and operations to produce a variant.

· It also describe the interdependencies between characteristics and characteristic values

· It control which components are selected from a bill of material (BOM) and which operations are selected from a task list

· It also changes the values of fields in BOM items and operations during configuration.

4.5.1 Global and Local Dependencies

Global dependencies have the following properties:

· They are independent of any object.

· They are identified by a name that you assign, and are maintained and managed centrally.

· If you change a global dependency, the change affects all the objects where the dependency is used

Local dependencies have the following properties:

· They are only available to the object for which you create them

· You cannot use the central maintenance functions on these dependencies, and you cannot allocate them to other objects

· They are identified by a number assigned by the system, not an external name

Local dependencies are only used where certain dependency will not be needed elsewhere

The differences between global and local dependencies are as follows:

· Global dependencies are created centrally and can be assigned to several objects.

· Local dependencies are created for one object and can only be used with this object

4.5.2 Declarative and Procedural Dependency

· In Declarative dependencies the result are explained logically

· Declarative dependencies are easier to trace than procedural dependencies, because the point in time when the dependency is processed and the sequence in which the dependencies are processed are not relevant.

· Example for Declarative dependency:

Constraint

Actions

Preconditions (provided that they contain no non-declarative expressions)

Selection conditions (provided that they contain no non-declarative expressions)

· In Procedural Dependency result depends on the processing sequence and the point in time when the dependency is processed.

Procedures

Preconditions (only if they contain non-declarative expressions)

Selection conditions (only if they contain non-declarative expressions)

4.5.3 Dependencies Types

The SAP System supports the following types of dependencies:

· Preconditions

· Selection conditions

· Procedures

· Actions (obsolete)

· Constraints

4.5.4 Preconditions 

Preconditions can be allocated to the following objects:

· A characteristic that you want to hide

· A characteristic value that you want to hide

Preconditions are used to hide characteristics and characteristic values that are not allowed and thereby ensure that the configuration of an object is consistent. In the precondition, it is also possible define the circumstances under which a characteristic or value is hidden.

A precondition is fulfilled if the condition you enter is either true or not violated.

4.5.5 Selection Conditions 

Selection conditions used to ensure that all the objects relevant to a variant are selected:

· Selection conditions determine which variants require a specific component or operation

· Selection conditions determine when it is mandatory to assign a value to a characteristic

Selection conditions may allocate to the following objects:

· Characteristics

· BOM items

· Operations in task lists

· Sub-operations

· Sequences of operations

· Production resources/tools (PRTs)

A selection condition is fulfilled if the condition in it is unambiguously true.

4.5.6 Procedure

Procedures can be assigned to the following objects:

· The characteristic value that triggers the procedure

· The characteristic that triggers the procedure

· The configuration profile of the configurable object

Procedure is used for following purposes.

· A procedure is used to infer a value for a characteristic, you enter the variable $SELF before the characteristic.

· Procedures can overwrite values that are set by other procedures.

· Procedures are always used for pricing (see Variant Conditions).

Processing Sequences of Procedure

If an object has more than one procedure, a processing sequence is used to define the point when the procedure is processed.

4.5.7 Action

Actions are used to infer characteristic values. An action is processed as soon as the characteristic to which it is assigned has a value. It is not possible to overwrite the characteristic values that are set by an action.

The following Objects can assign to action:

· The characteristic value that triggers the action

· The characteristic that triggers the action

· The configuration profile of the configurable object

· Configuration profile

· BOM items ? to change the quantity

· Operations in task lists ? to change the standard values

Since Action is lead to serious system performance problems, it is replaced by Procedure and Constraint.

4.5.8 Constraint

This dependency type is mainly for intensively interactive configuration tasks and for configuration tasks in which you need to take into account the dependencies between the characteristics of several objects. The main purpose of a constraint is to monitor the consistency of a configuration.

Constraints have the following distinguishing features:

· Constraints are used to describe the dependencies between completely different objects and their characteristics.

· Constraints are used to store information on which conditions must be fulfilled if the configuration is to be consistent.

· Constraints are not directly allocated to individual objects. They are grouped together to form dependency nets and allocated to a configurable material in the configuration profile.

· In constraints, you enter objects in their general form of expression, without using $SELF, $ROOT, or $PARENT to identify objects. As a rule, you refer to objects in constraints by entering the class to which the objects are allocated.

· Constraints are declarative dependencies. The processing sequence of constraints and the point in time when constraints are processed is not relevant.

· Constraints are not processed in a specific order. You cannot determine when a specific constraint is used.

In any processing situation, a constraint is only processed once. If a value that is relevant to the constraint is changed, the constraint is triggered again.

4.5.8.1 Structure of Constraints

There are four sections in a constraint. Each part is identified by a keyword. A colon follows the keyword. Each section ends with a period.

OBJECTS:

In this section, you enter the objects that are relevant to the constraint. You must enter the relevant objects in all constraints. You can also define variables for objects or characteristics.

CONDITION:

The condition entered here must be fulfilled in order for the constraint to be used. You do not need to enter a condition in a constraint. You can leave out the keyword CONDITION: if required. However, if you enter the keyword you must enter a condition.

RESTRICTIONS:

In this section, you enter the relation that must exist between the objects and characteristics if the configuration is to be consistent. You must enter a restriction in a constraint.

INFERENCES:

In this section, you enter the characteristics for which characteristic values are to be inferred. The main purpose of constraints is to check the consistency of a configuration. Usually, values are only inferred if you make an entry in this section.

For reasons of performance, only use constraints to infer values if it is really necessary. Constraints are grouped together to form dependency nets. The dependency net is allocated to a configurable material in the configuration profile.

4.5.9 Dependency Net:

Constraints are grouped together in dependency nets. For this reason, the variant configuration menu does not support a function for creating constraints directly. So that only constraints are defined within a dependency net.

5 Configuration Profile

The configuration profile for a material controls the configuration process in sales order. Configurable profile also used to define central settings for configuring the object. Using this profile it is possible to hide some of the characteristic value defined during characteristic creation. We can assign any number profile for a configurable material in which selection is based on either priority or manual selection during configuration.

By defining a filter in the configuration profile, possible to determine the scope of the BOM items to improve system performance when exploding the BOM. The filter is active in high-level configuration, in result-oriented BOMs, and in SET processing.

5.1 Filters in Configurable Profile

Following objects can be used as filter:

· Object type

Class, material, document, text

In the standard system, all object types are selected and therefore exploded in the configuration. Deselect the object types that you do not want to be displayed.

· Item category, for example, stock or non-stock item

All item categories in the configuration are exploded in the standard system. Remove the selection for the item categories you do not want to be displayed.

· Item status

You maintain the status of a BOM item in maintain BOM dependent on its usage.

All items are displayed regardless of their item status in the standard system. However, only the items with this status are displayed when you select specific item statuses. Items are not displayed that do not have the selected status.

· Sort string

You can assign sort strings for BOM items in maintain BOM. You can restrict the display of the BOM items by using these sort strings.

Only items that carry sort strings are checked and only those that match are displayed. Items that have no sort string are always displayed.

5.2 Component availability in the configuration profile

The availability check is just a snapshot, telling that whether the materials required are in stock at this moment. Several users can access the same material at once. This means that supply problems can sometimes be overlooked.

Example: Only 2 pieces of a material are in stock, but the material is used in 3 BOMs. The availability check does not detect a supply problem. The availability check for all 3 BOMs shows 2 pieces in stock.

5.3 Process Overview

There are different processes for configurable materials in sales documents. These processes can be defined on the Configuration initial screen tab in the configuration profile, by choosing the Configuration parameter tab.

The Process are described in the following scenarios:

Planned/Production orders

This processing type is used to describe variant products whose configurable materials are assembled using planned and production orders. The bill of material (BOM) can have single-level, multi-level, or no explosion.

Sales Order (SET)

This processing type is used to describe variant products that comprise salable configurable materials. These products are supplied together, but are not assembled in a production order. Only sales-relevant BOM items are exploded in the sales order.

Order BOM.

You use this processing type if you want to make customer-specific changes to the BOM of a material that you configure in the sales order. In the sales order, you assign values to the characteristics of the header material, but the BOM is not exploded in the sales order.

6 Material Variant and Planning Material

6.1 Material Variant

· Material Variant is an material that can arises from individual Configuration of a configurable product and can be kept in stock

· For variants that are required frequently, we can create material variants, which can be produced without a sales order and kept in stock. When a sales order is received, it is possible to check whether the variant required is in stock, so that it can deliver immediately.

· For material variants, a separate material master record is created with a material type that is kept in stock.

· Separate BOM and routing for a material variant, or you can link the material variant to the BOM and routing of the configurable material. The correct BOM items and operations are determined from the characteristic values assigned to the variant.

6.2 Planning Material

· Planning Material is a material, which contains all the non-variant parts.

· By using planning material all non-variants are procured / produced before sales order.

· It is also possible for Planing the Planning Materials without reference to any sales requirement.

· Planning material is planned separately using strategy 65 and produced before sales order creation.

7 Planing in VC

The following strategies are used for planning configurable materials and its variant parts.

Make to Order production of Variants

? Make to Order for Material Variant. – 26

? Planning Variants without final Assembly- 55

? Planning Variants with planning Material – 65

? Make to order with configurable material.- 25

? Characteristic Planning with dependent requirement – 56 and

? Assembly Processing with Characteristic Planning – 89

8 Variant Configuration: (Object Diagram)

9 Variant Pricing and Surcharges

9.1 Sales BOM

A bill of material (BOM) describes the different components that together create a product. A BOM for a bicycle, for example, consists of all the parts that make up the bicycle: the frame, the saddle, wheels, and so on.

When you enter the material number of a bill of materials that is relevant for sales order processing, the system displays the material that describes the whole bill of materials as a main item. The individual components are displayed as lower-level items.

There are two ways to process a bill of materials in Sales. Once you have entered a bill of material in a sales order, the system runs pricing, inventory control, and delivery processing at: Main item level if the material is assembled, or – Component level if the material is not assembled.

9.2 Processing at Main Item Level (ERLA)

If you want the system to carry out pricing, inventory control, and delivery processing at main item level, enter ERLA in the Item category group field of the Sales: sales org. 2 screen in the material master record of the finished product. This means that the components only function as text items and are not relevant for delivery.

9.3 Processing at Component Level (LUMF)

If you want the system to carry out pricing, inventory control, and delivery processing at the component level, enter LUMF in the Item category group field of the Sales: sales org. 2 screen in the material master record of the finished product. In this case, only the components are relevant for delivery. During processing the system automatically creates a delivery group. The latest delivery date among all the components becomes the delivery date for the entire delivery group.

10 Configuration of VC

10.1 Production Planning and Control

10.1.1 Creating Material

Use

The purpose of this activity is to create the material masters for the materials required in this scenario.

Procedure

Access the activity using one of the following navigation options:

SAP Menu Logistics ® Materials Management ® Material Master ® Material ® Create (General) ® Immediately

Transaction Code MM01

In Material Master of KMAT material following settings are maintained:

· Configurable material indicator in Basic Data must set.

· MRP type is PD.

· Lot size ? EX ( Lot for lot size)

· Availability check ? 02

· Planning Strategy 25 is entered in MRP 3 screen view.

· Item category group 0002 or 0004 is to be given in sales view.

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1.0. SAP OVERVIEW

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. Quality set up at Client Level qs41

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. Sandbox

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. Production

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. Database

. Application

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2.0 Overview of QM

. Overview of QM in Domain industries

. Role of QM in supply chain management

3. MASTERDATA OF QM.

. Overview

· Creation of Material Master

· Activation of material with Quality view

· Creation of Master inspection characteristics (Quantitative)

. Creation of Master inspection characteristics (Qualitative)

. Edit catalogue

. Edit selected set

. Sampling procedure

. Sampling scheme

4. PLANNING &amp; Execution

· Creation of inspection plan

. Assigning of Master inspection characteristics

. Creation of inspection lot

. Results Recording

. Usage Decision

5. Various QM Scenarios

. In coming inspection

. In process inspection

. Final inspection

. Service inspection

. Audit Inspection

. Calibration Inspection

. Physical sample inspection

. Direct assignment of MIC`S to material

. Defect notification process

. Statistical process control process

. Quality certificate

6. in coming inspection Scenario

. Activation of inspection type for Incoming material

. Creation of inspection plan

. Inspection lot creation or generation

. Results Recording

. Usage Decision

7. in process inspection Scenario

. Activation of inspection type for in process inspection for material

. Assignment of MIC`s in Operations in routing

. Production order creation &amp;Inspection lot generation

. Results Recording

. Usage Decision

8. Final inspection Scenario

. Activation of inspection type for final inspection for material

. Creation of inspection plan

. Inspection lot generation at the time of Goods receipt for Production order

. Results Recording

. Usage Decision

9. Service inspection Scenario

. Creation of material as Service

. Creation of inspection plan

. Inspection lot creation or generation

. Results Recording

. Usage Decision

10. AUDIT inspection Scenario

. Creation of department as material

. Activation of inspection type for audit inspection for department as material

. Creation of inspection plan

. Inspection lot creation

. Results Recording

. Usage Decision

11. Calibration order QM integration with PM

. Creation of equipment

.Creation of task list with inspection point

.Assign of MIC`s to operation

. Creation of maintenance calibration plant

.Scheduling of plant to generate maintenance order to get inspection lot

. Results Recording

. Usage Decision

12. Physical sample inspection process Scenario

. Activation of inspection type for material

. Creation of inspection plan

. Creation of physical sample

. Creation of physical sample lot

. Results Recording

. Usage Decision

13. Direct assignment of MIC`S to material Scenario

. Activation of quality view with inspection with material specs

. Direct assignment of MIC`S to material

.Inspection lot creation

. Results Recording

. Usage Decision

14. Defect notification process Scenario

. Activation of inspection type for material

. Creation of inspection plan

. Inspection lot creation

. Results Recording

. Rejection of MICS

. Generation of notification

.Processing and closing the notification

. Usage Decision

15. Statistical process control process Scenario

. Activation of inspection type for material

. Creation of MIC`S with SPC control indicator

.Define control charts

.Assigning in sampling procedure with spc inspection

. Creation of inspection plan

. Inspection lot creation or generation

. Results Recording

. Acknowledge

.Solution