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  • EHP4 for SAP ERP 6.0

    March 2011

    English

    Sales Order with Cross-Company Stock Transfer and Automated Invoice (A62)

    SAP AGDietmar-Hopp-Allee 1669190 WalldorfGermany

    Business Process Documentation

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    Contents

    1 Purpose............................................................................................................................................ 7

    2 Prerequisites..................................................................................................................................... 8

    2.1 Master Data and Organizational Data........................................................................................8

    2.2 Business Conditions.................................................................................................................11

    2.3 Roles........................................................................................................................................ 13

    2.4 Defining Queries for Personal Object Worklist (POWL) (Optional)...........................................16

    2.5 Preliminary Steps.....................................................................................................................17

    2.5.1 Supplier Process: Product Costing Run.............................................................................17

    2.5.2 Supplier Process: Creating Product Cost Collectors..........................................................19

    2.5.3 Supplier Process: Preliminary Cost for the Product Cost Collector....................................21

    2.5.4 Supplier Process: Posting Goods Receipt for Component Material...................................22

    3 Process Overview Table.................................................................................................................25

    4 Process Steps................................................................................................................................. 29

    4.1 Supplier Process: Sales Order Processing..............................................................................29

    4.2 Supplier Process: MRP Single Level.....................................................................................31

    4.3 Supplier Process: Evaluating the Stock/Requirements List......................................................32

    4.4 Supplier Process: MRP Multi-level........................................................................................34

    4.5 Supplier Process: Evaluating the Stock/Requirements List......................................................36

    4.6 Supplier Process: Backflushing to Repetitive Manufacturing...................................................37

    4.7 Supplier Process: Confirming Transfer Order..........................................................................39

    4.8 Supplier Process: Processing the Delivery List........................................................................40

    4.9 Supplier Process: Displaying Outbound Delivery.....................................................................42

    4.10 Supplier Process: Picking/Creating Transfer Order................................................................43

    4.11 Supplier Process: Confirming the Transferring Order.............................................................44

    4.12 Supplier Process: Goods Issue Posting.................................................................................45

    4.13 Supplier Process: Displaying Material Document for Cross-Company Replenishment Delivery....................................................................................................................................................... 46

    4.14 Supplier Process: Displaying Stock Overview........................................................................47

    4.15 Supplier Process: Changing Delivery Date............................................................................48

    4.16 Supplier Process: Goods Receipt (in Main Plant)...................................................................49

    4.17 Supplier Process: Creating Transfer Order............................................................................50

    4.18 Supplier Process: Carrying out Inter-company Billing............................................................51

    4.19 Supplier Process: Displaying Inter-company Billing Document..............................................53

    4.20 Supplier Process: Invoice Receipt (in Main Plant)..................................................................55

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