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Materials Management in SAP ERP (SAP Press)

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en Limba Engleză Carte Paperback – February 2013
Work smarter with Materials Management in SAP ERP! Are you ready to wow your client or supervisor with your new and improved MM knowledge and techniques? Here you go: SAP PRESS equips you with "100 Things" that unlock the secrets of Materials Management in SAP ERP!

With this book, users of all levels will:. Save time: With the shortcuts and workarounds provided, you'll learn how to complete your daily Materials Management tasks faster and more elegantly.. Learn quickly: Full of screenshots and instructions, this book will help you pick up new tips and tricks in no time, such as how to evaluate your vendors or work with MM user exits. . Develop new skills: You'll discover new ways of doing your work and find yourself saying, "I wish I'd known how to do this a long time ago!"

Tip 15: You can add documents to a material master record!Sometimes there's relevant information that can't be entered into the material master file, such as a CAD drawing or scanned document. Rather than figuring out how to send them to all parties that may need to view them, you can easily attach documents to the material master so that they can be viewed. Find out more on page 50!
Highlights:

  • Master data
  • Planning
  • Inventory management
  • Purchasing
  • Configuration
  • Scheduling
  • Warehousing
  • Invoicing

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    Specificații

    ISBN-13: 9781592294381
    ISBN-10: 1592294383
    Pagini: 316
    Dimensiuni: 179 x 234 x 23 mm
    Greutate: 0.57 kg
    Editura: Rheinwerk Verlag GmbH
    Seria SAP Press


    Notă biografică

    A native of London, England, Martin Murray joined the computer industry upon his graduation from Middlesex University in 1986. In 1991, he began working with SAP R/2 in the Materials Management area for a London-based multi-national beverage company. In 1994, he moved to the United States to work as an SAP R/3 consultant. Since then, he's been implementing the Materials Management (MM) and Warehouse Management (WM) functionality in projects throughout the world. He works for IBM Global Business Services.Martin is the author of six best-selling books from SAP PRESS: Materials Management with SAP ERP, Warehouse Management with SAP ERP, Discover Logistics with SAP ERP, Maximize Your Warehouse Operations with SAP ERP, Understanding the SAP Logistics Information System, and SAP Transaction Codes: Your Quick Reference to T-Codes in SAP ERP.

    Cuprins


    Introduction ... 11
    PART 1. Master Data ... 13


    1 ... Extending Materials for Additional Views ... 15
    2 ... Deactivating a Vendor ... 17
    3 ... Deleting an Obsolete Material ... 19
    4 ... Changing the Price of a Material ... 22
    5 ... Changing a Material's Base Unit of Measure ... 24
    6 ... Changing the Valuation Class in the Material Master ... 26
    7 ... Changing the Moving Average Price for a Material ... 28
    8 ... Manually Entering a Safety Stock Value in the Material Master ... 31
    9 ... Setting Up Automatic Creation for the Storage Location Data of a Material ... 33
    10 ... Creating Default Storage Locations in Production ... 36
    11 ... Blocking Sales Orders for a Material from Being Created ... 39
    12 ... Defaulting a Profit Center Assignment to a Sales Order ... 42
    13 ... Working with the Availability Check Scope ... 44
    14 ... Using Material Master User Exits to Create a New Material ... 47
    15 ... Adding Documents to the Material Master Record ... 50

    PART 2. Purchasing ... 53


    16 ... Reversing a Goods Receipt after an Invoice ... 55
    17 ... Blocking a Vendor ... 57
    18 ... Creating a Purchase Order for a Material with No Price ... 60
    19 ... Adding an Attachment to a Purchase Order ... 62
    20 ... Adding Returns to a Purchase Order for a Frequently Used Vendor ... 64
    21 ... Defaulting the Last Purchase Order Price for the Material ... 66
    22 ... Configuring Purchase Order Conditions to Reflect the Correct Material Price ... 69
    23 ... Automatically Default Purchase Order Text ... 71
    24 ... Maintaining Purchase Orders en Masse ... 74
    25 ... Maintaining Purchase Requisitions en Masse ... 77
    26 ... Setting Up Vendor Free Goods on the Purchase Order ... 80
    27 ... Copying Purchase Requisition Text to a Complete PO ... 84
    28 ... Identifying Inactive Vendors by Period ... 87
    29 ... Editing Configuration Fields to Generate a Purchase Order Reprint ... 89
    30 ... Automatically Converting a Requisition to a PO ... 91
    31 ... Posting Invoices en Masse ... 94
    32 ... Choosing Vendors by Analyzing Vendor Evaluation Reports ... 96
    33 ... Understanding the Confirmation Control Key ... 99
    34 ... Configuring Automatic Purchase Order Creation during Goods Receipt ... 102
    35 ... Changing the Purchase Order List Display ... 105
    36 ... Skipping Inspection for Vendors ... 108
    37 ... Defining Standard Details of Forms for Company Codes ... 111
    38 ... Limiting a User's Authorization to Create Purchase Orders ... 114
    39 ... Creating a One-Time Vendor ... 117
    40 ... Assigning a Reference Purchasing Organization to a Local Level ... 119

    PART 3. Inventory Management ... 123


    41 ... Manually Blocking a Storage Location ... 125
    42 ... Blocking Materials from Inventory Posting ... 128
    43 ... Blocking a Storage Location from Further Posting ... 130
    44 ... Preventing an Inventory Back Posting to a Previous Period ... 133
    45 ... Performing Month-End Closing ... 135
    46 ... Performing Year-End Closing ... 137
    47 ... Enabling the Use of Negative Stocks ... 139
    48 ... Using Change Records to Formally Monitor and Document Changes ... 142
    49 ... Configuring Criteria and Cycle Counts for ABC Analysis ... 145
    50 ... Changing the Level of Inventory Management System Messages ... 148
    51 ... Adding Multiple Manufacturer Part Numbers to a Material ... 150
    52 ... Performing a Goods Receipt without Delivery ... 153
    53 ... Processing Mass Changes to Multiple Batches ... 156
    54 ... Setting Up Split Valuation with Batches ... 158
    55 ... Creating a System Check for the Shelf Life Expiration Date ... 161
    56 ... Configuring the Reversal of Goods Receipt after Invoice ... 164
    57 ... Activating Storage Location Authorization ... 166
    58 ... Processing a Free-of-Charge Delivery ... 169
    59 ... Reviewing Inventory Turnover ... 171
    60 ... Clearing Differences between Inventory and Warehouse Management Inventories ... 173
    61 ... Setting Up Early Warnings to Improve Warehouse Efficiency ... 176
    62 ... Re-Opening a Period Closing to Make a Change ... 179
    63 ... Creating Automatic Scheduling Agreement Lines ... 181
    64 ... Changing the Layout of the Stock Overview Report ... 184
    65 ... Resetting Count Totals to Zero in Count Documents ... 187
    66 ... Setting Up an Alternative Unit of Measure for a Material ... 189

    PART 4. Planning ... 193


    67 ... Creating a Factory Calendar for a Specific Plant ... 195
    68 ... Defining the Planning Calendar into Different Periods ... 198
    69 ... Understanding and Entering Lead Times Correctly ... 201
    70 ... Planning for External Processing Time for Vendors ... 204
    71 ... Adjusting the Rescheduling Horizon ... 207
    72 ... Changing the Material Master to Trigger Assembly Subcontracting ... 209
    73 ... Setting Reorder Point Planning for Different Materials ... 213
    74 ... Configuring Your System to Allow Backflushing ... 215
    75 ... Creating a Storage Location for the MRP Area ... 218
    76 ... Excluding a Storage Location from MRP Planning ... 221
    77 ... Running MRP for Multiple Plants with a Planning Scope ... 224
    78 ... Setting Up an MRP Area for a Subcontractor ... 227
    79 ... Creating MRP Profiles with Default Values ... 230
    80 ... Maintaining Different Production Versions for a Material ... 233
    81 ... Transferring the Use of Discontinued Materials to Updated Materials ... 235
    82 ... Accessing Material Consumption Statistics to Improve Purchasing Practices ... 238

    PART 5. Configuration ... 241


    83 ... Creating a New Movement Type by Copying an Existing Movement Type ... 243
    84 ... Deactivating Standard Movement Types ... 246
    85 ... Configuring the System to Allow Consignment Stock ... 249
    86 ... Creating a New Purchase Order Document Type to Establish Different Purchases ... 252
    87 ... Configuring the System to Assign a Valuation Class to a Specific Material Group ... 254
    88 ... Freezing Stock for a Physical Inventory Count ... 257
    89 ... Creating Views for User Groups in the Batch Information Cockpit ... 259
    90 ... Restricting Batches for Batch Determination ... 262
    91 ... Configuring Time-Based Material Substitution ... 265
    92 ... Excluding Materials from Being Sold to Certain Customers ... 268
    93 ... Scheduling the Period Close to Run Automatically with Dynamic Variation ... 270
    94 ... Maintaining the GR/IR Account to Process Variances ... 273
    95 ... Editing the Field Display in the Service Master Record ... 275
    96 ... Defining Default Values for Buyers in Common Documents ... 278
    97 ... Configuring Non-Standard Payment Terms After Negotiation ... 281
    98 ... Setting Up Different Numbering Schemas for Material Types ... 284
    99 ... Configuring the Views in the Plant-Specific Material Master ... 287
    100 ... Manually Creating an Inspection Lot ... 289

    Glossary ... 293
    Materials Management Transaction Codes ... 299
    The Author ... 307
    Index ... 309