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SAP SD From net Where do we maintain "Item Category Usage" at the master level?

Spro --> Sales and Distribution --> Sales --> Sales Documents --> Sales Document Item --> Define Item Category Usage Item Category Usage: item category usages which control the usage of an item. Item category usage controls, for example, the system response if during document processing an item does not refer to a material but to a text item. Item category usage can also be maintained via the item categories In contracts we are creating quantity contract and value contracts in that we only put the validity period after validity period that contract will close,but customer want before one month closing the period system should alert with popup box like this contract is going to close, for this sales manager can follow up the customer for renual the contract. Getting a pop-up when the Contract is going to expire is not a Standard SAP thing. For this you need to do some programming. Instead of this the Std system has a reminder system where in the open Contracts and Quotaions are popped up when you about to create a sales order. This setting is in the Sales order header , Goto -- VOV8 --- Quotation and Outline agreement messages If you want to have different number range for different sales area where the settings to be done. Number Rage are use to define what number to be assign to sales document type. Number range can be assign Internal or external. In internal number range system automatically assign a number to sales document according to number range define in system. In External number range user manually assign number to sales document. For Assigning Number Range use T-Code VN01 Choose Intervals ---- Define your number range Posted by Doe at 8:19 AM 0 comments

Task Specifc SD Transaction Codes 1

How to configure tax?

Use the following Tcodes: OBQ1 --- CONDITION TABLE OBQ2 --- ACCESS OBQ3 --- TAX PROCEDURE CAL OBBG --- ASSIGN COUNTRY TO TAX PROC OVK3 --- CUSTOMER TAX CATEGORY OVK4 --- MATERIAL TAX CATEGORY OVK1 --- TAX DETERMINATION RULES OVK6 --- ASSIGN DELIVERY PLANTS and thenVK11 to maintain the condition record for the tax rate. I raise a sales order and is getting a error stating that "sales area is not defined". 1) At SPRO-->SD-->Sales header-->Assign Sales area to Sales document - Combine your Sales Organisations, Distribution Channels & Divisons 2) At VOPA-->Assign Partner Determination procedure to your Account Group of Customer Master you are using. 3) At VOPA--> Assign Partner Functions to your Account Group & Partner Determination procedure Steps to create a Vendor Master Data at the client level and how do we extend it to different company codes? Follow the following steps: 1. Create a vendor account group OBD3 2. Define no. range for vendor account group XKN1 3. Assign number range to Vendor account group OBAS 4. Define tolerance Group for vendor OBA3 5. Create 2 GL accounts FS00 a) Purchases A/c b) S. creditors A/c 6. Create Vendor master data XK01 7. change/block vendor master data XK02/XK05 8. Define document type and no. range OBA7 a) KA b) KG c) KR d) KZ *-- Vandna How to find the strategy group in sap sd? Menu path for Strategy Group is:

Spro --> Production --> Production Planning --> Demand Management --> Planned Independent Requirements --> Planning Strategy --> Define Strategy Group. OPPT -- Maintain Starategy Group We can see Strategy Group in Material Master Record - MRP 3 - Planning -- Strategy Group. 10 - For Make to Order 20 - For Make to Stock Posted by Doe at 8:18 AM 0 comments
SAP SD Transaction cod es List

I found a way to know hidden customizing Tcodes. Before executing customizing task you desire, point it and go to Edit-Display IMG Activity. Then mark activity. Go to T.Code se16 and type in CUS_IMGACH table. Execute. Paste IMG Activity and run. You will see Tcode that belongs to IMG Activity. SAP SD Tips by: Javier The most frequently used transaction codes are as follows: 1. VS00 - Master data 2. VC00 - Sales Support 3. VA00 - Sales 4. VL00 - Shipping 5. VT00 - Transportation 6. VF00 - Billing Others as follows: At Configuration: 1. VOV8 - Define Sales documents type (header) 2. OVAZ - Assigning Sales area to sales documents type 3. OVAU - Order reasons 4. VOV4 - Assign Item categoreies(Item cat determination) 5. VOV6 - Scedule line categories 6. OVAL - To assign blocks to relevant sales documents type 7. OVLK - Define delivery types 8. V/06 - Pricing 9. V/08 - Maintain pricing procedure 10.OVKP - Pricing proc determination 11.V/07 - Access sequence

Enduser: 1. Customer Master Creation-VD01 and XD01 (for full inclu company code) VD02 - Change Customer VD03 - Display Customer VD04 - Customer Account Changes VD06 - Flag for Deletion Customer XD01 - Create Customer XD02 - Modify Customer XD03 - Display Customer 2. Create Other material ----MM00 3. VB11- To create material determination condition record 4. CO09- Material availability Overview 5. VL01 - Create outbound delivery with ref sales order 6. VL04 - Collective processing of delivery 7. VA11 - Create Inquiry VA12 - Change Inquiry VA13 - Display Inquiry Sales & Distribution Sales order / Quote / Sched Agreement / Contract VA01 - Create Order VA02 - Change Order VA03 - Display Order VA02 - Sales order change VA05 - List of sales orders VA32 - Scheduling agreement change VA42 - Contract change VA21 - Create Quotation VA22 - Change Quotation VA23 - Display Quotation Billing VF02 - Change billing document VF11 - Cancel Billing document VF04 - Billing due list FBL5N - Display Customer invoices by line FBL1N - Display Vendor invoices by line Delivery VL02N - Change delivery document VL04 - Delivery due list VKM5 - List of deliveries VL06G - List of outbound deliveries for goods issue VL06P - List of outbound deliveries for picking VL09 - Cancel goods issue

VT02N - Change shipment VT70 - Output for shipments General VKM3, VKM4 - List of sales documents VKM1 - List of blocked SD documents VD52 - Material Determination Posted by Doe at 8:03 AM 0 comments

Important Tables for SAP SD

Sales and Distribution: Table Customers acct) KNB4 KNB5 KNBK KNKA KNKK limits) KNVV KNVI KNVP KNVD KNVS KLPA Sales Documents VBAKUK VBUK VBAK VBKD VBUP VBAP VBPA VBFA VBEP VBBE LIPS LIKP VBRK VBRP Sales Area Data (terms, order probability) Customer Master Tax Indicator Partner Function key Output type Customer Master Ship Data Customer/Vendor Link VBAK + VBUK Header Status and Administrative Data Sales Document - Header Data Sales Document - Business Data Item Status Sales Document - Item Data Partners Document Flow Sales Document Schedule Line Sales Requirements: Individual Records Delivery Document item data, includes referencing PO Delivery Document Header data Billing Document Header Billing Document Item Customer Customer Customer Customer Customer Payment History Master Dunning info Master Bank Data Master Credit Mgmt. Master Credit Control Area Data (credit KNA1 KNB1 Description General Data Customer Master Co. Code Data (payment method, reconciliation

SD Delivery Doc Billing Document

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Reports in Sales and Distribution modules (LIS-SIS):

Sales summary - VC/2 Display Customer Hierarchy - VDH2 Display Condition record report - V/I6 Pricing Report - V/LD Create Net Price List - V_NL List customer material info - VD59 List of sales order - VA05 List of Billing documents - VF05 Inquiries list - VA15 Quotation List - VA25 Incomplete Sales orders - V.02 Backorders - V.15 Outbound Delivery Monitor - VL06o Incomplete delivery - V_UC Customer Returns-Analysis - MC+A Customer Analysis- Sales - MC+E Customer Analysis- Cr. Memo - MC+I Deliveries-Due list - VL04 Billing due list - VF04 Incomplete Billing documents - MCV9 Customer Analysis-Basic List - MCTA Material Analysis(SIS) - MCTC Sales org analysis - MCTE Sales org analysis-Invoiced sales - MC+2 Material Analysis-Incoming orders - MC(E General- List of Outbound deliveries - VL06f Material Returns-Analysis - MC+M Material Analysis- Invoiced Sales - MC+Q Variant configuration Analysis - MC(B Sales org analysis-Incoming orders - MC(I Sales org analysis-Returns - MC+Y Sales office Analysis- Invoiced Sales - MC-E Sales office Analysis- Returns - MC-A Shipping point Analysis - MC(U Shipping point Analysis-Returns - MC-O Blocked orders - V.14 Order Within time period - SD01 Duplicate Sales orders in period - SDD1 Display Delivery Changes - VL22 Posted by Doe at 8:02 AM 0 comments

Serial Number Management In SAP SD

I am following the below step: 1. Serial number profile is created. 2. Assigned sales order procedure (SDAU) and delivery proceedure to serial number (SDLS). 3. Profile is assigned in material master record 4. Assume there is a stock of 10 quantity without serial number (you can do 561 for initial stock posting ) 5. IQ01 created serial number for all the 10 stock. 6. VA01 created sales order for one quantiy 7. Assigned one serial number for this material 8. Sales order is saved and delivery and PGI is done for the same serial number and material 9. MMBE stock is reduced with one quantity 10. MB51 if check the material document in serial number TAB i can see a message that "The material is managed in serial numbers" So now my question is why I can't see serial number in material document? How can able to see that? what is the configuration required? Whatever settings you have maintained is correct. I shall share as to what happens in our business process. VA01- Sales order Vl03 - Delivery LT03- Transfer Order After transfer order there is a transaction used ZL02 where in the delivery number is entered and on executing, a screen pops up asking for the serial number. Here we enter the serial number maintained for the material and is got from MMBE. And the serial number is captured for the material. Pls check for the serial numbers in MMBE and I suppose a program needs to be created by an ABAPer for the serial number to be fetched and a transaction to be created and associated with the program. I need Serial Number Profile tables as soon as possible. T377P - Serial Number Management Profiles T377P_T Texts for Serial Number Management Profiles T377X Documents Allowed for Serial Number Management T377X_T Texts for Serial Number Management Documents T5KSN ROE Serial Number

SERI Serial Numbers EQBS Serial Number Stock Segment EQSE Serial Number Records IQ09 - Check Material Serial No In outbound delivery, post goods issue failed because of serial number, but this serial number was not assigned to any other material. Check the serial number and material with IQ03. Serial number is material specific. When I looked at the IQ03, for the serial no "#162559019S.", I realized that the status is still remain as EDEL and ESTO. Supposingly, the status should only has ESTO. Is there a way to remove the status "EDEL"? Go to IQ02, do the following steps: 1. Go to edit -> Special serial number function -> manual transaction 2. Choose "to stock" The status should be ESTO now. Try it. EDEL status shows that it is assigned to a delivery. Change it by going into IQ02 --> Edit --> Sp.Serial number Functions --> Manual Transaction and make it 'to stock' If the serial number has status EDEL ESTO that means the serial number is assigned to the Delivery, reversal PGI has not been completely performed. Once you do that then only this will come as ESTO. Please check your SD document flow if all the documents have been reversed. Click the Status of Serial Number Master record. - ESTO status In the warehouse. means .. open.. - EDEL (Assigned in delivery note). According to this status, transaction 'Goods issues' is not allowed. - ECUS At customer site Posted by Doe at 8:01 AM 0 comments Older Posts Home Subscribe to: Posts (Atom)


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