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Tuesday, February 28, 2012

Definition and Usage of 16 fields in the Pricing Procedure

In one of my previous posts, we discussed how condition technique works in SAP (Click here to view more details). There we identified all condition types are grouped in a basket called "Procedure". Same functionality is used in output determination, tax determination, pricing, revenue account determination, listing and exclusion, etc.

Today let's see what fields are available in a pricing procedure and the use of each field. You should be able to identify below 16 fields in a standard pricing procedure. They are;
1) Step No
2) Counter
3) CTyp - Condition type
4) Description
5) From
6) To
7) Manual
8) Required
9) Statistics
10) Print
11) SuTot - Sub Total
12) Reqt - Requirement
13) CalTyp - Condition formula for alternative calculation type
14) BasTyp - Alternative formula for condition base value
15) AccKey - Account Key
16) Accruals

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Definition and Usage of 16 Fields in the Pricing Procedure

Thursday, February 16, 2012

How to create a Sample Work Flow in SAP

A workflow is an automated electronic representation of a Business Process. Main reasons why companies implement workflows are to improve the SPEED, CONSISTENCY and QUALITY of a business processes.

What can workflow do?

Workflow is taking a process and automating it by:
• Directing the tasks to the correct person when it needs to be directed.
• Having the system do tasks where no-one needs to be involved.
• Telling user what he has to do, and here’s the information needed to do it and this is where he has to add his data, etc
• Making the process visible to everyone
• Making sure that the process finishes on time (i.e. escalating processes) and that everyone is kept informed
• Removing the task from task list when it’s done or no longer necessary

Transaction: SWDD

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How to Create a Sample Work Flow in SAP

Friday, February 3, 2012

Open and Close Periods for MM - OMSY, MMRV, MMPV

You might have seen the error message; “Posting only possible in periods 2009/05 and 2009/04 in company code XXXX", when trying to post any Material documents in SAP.
Message no. M7 053
Eg: in MB1C transaction

If my current calendar month is 05/2009; by looking at this error message, you might get confused as why you can’t post it for the current month (05/2009), if the possible posting periods are 2009/05 and 2009/04. This is due to the fiscal year configuration attached to your company code. Let's see how we can identify relevant fiscal year and posting period in SAP.


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Open and Close Periods for MM - OMSY, MMRV and MMPV