Inter Company Billing Tutorial: Automatic Posting To Vendor Account

Automatic posting to vendor account is done by EDI. In our case where both companies are proccessed in the same system (& client), it is sufficient to create Idoc.

This document covers following steps for this process

  1. Creating a Customer to represent the receiving Company.
  2. Creating a Vendor to represent the supplying company.
  3. Creating a Port
  4. Maintain an Output Type
  5. Creating a Logical Address
  6. Creating a Partner Profile for both Customer & Vendor
  7. The relevant MM customizing is maintained.
  8. The relevant FI customizing is maintained.

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Creating Basic Reports with the SAP Query Tool

The SAP Query tool, in its standard form, is designed so that an end user with no technical skills can create a report from scratch. This document describes how to create basic list SAP reports by using the SAP Query tool. It introduces everything you need to know to create basic list type reports in any application module of SAP. The step-by-step setup of this guide makes it easy for any user, regardless of technical skill level, to create custom reports by using the SAP Query tool. Read more

Solution Manager 7.0 Work Centers FAQ

This document contains a list of frequently asked questions regarding technical operations in SAP Solution Manager work centers. The relevant work centers are System Landscape Management, System Administration and System Monitoring. Answers to questions are categorized under;

  • General Questions
  • Setup of the Technical Operations Work Centers
  • Roles and Authorizations
  • Using the SAP NetWeaver Business Client as Frontend for SAP Solution Manager
  • Managing and Monitoring Systems using the Technical Operations Work Centers
  • Supported Platforms in Managed Landscapes

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Comprehensive SAP Configuration Guide

This is the most comprehensive Customization Guide i have ever met which consists of step step advise for each topics with screen prints and very clear definitions under:

  • General Settings

Define Countries, Set Currencies, Set Calendar etc…

  • Enterprise Structure

Define Company, Maintain Controlling Area, Define Location, Maintain Sales Office, Maintain Storage Location, Assign Company code to company/credit control area/controlling area, Assign Plant to Company code, Assign Sales Organization to Company code, Assign Purchasing Organization to Company code etc…

  • Logistics-General

Configuring Material Master,Field Selection, Maintain Company Codes for Materials Management, Material Types, Define Material Groups/Divisions/Material Statuses/Number Ranges for EANs/UPCs (Barcode), Maintain Authorizations and Authorization Profiles etc…

What is a Statistical Key Figure (SKF) in SAP?

The ‘Statistical Key Figure (SKF)’ is used as the basis (tracing factor) for making allocations (assessments/distributions). They are the statistical data such as number of employees, area in square meters, etc. You will make use of a SKF when you are faced with a situation where it is not possible to use any other conventional method or measure to arrive at the share of costs to be allocated to cost centers. Read more

Bank Director in SAP

SAP stores the master data (details such as bank key, bank name, bank country, bank address, and so on) relating to the banks in the ‘Bank Directory’ (Table: BNKA). Remember, the ‘bank masters’ are not created in the application but in the implementation side using the IMG. (Of course, you can also create the bank master in the application side in FI-TR and not in FI-GL or AP or AR.) However, if you are in the process of creating a master record for a vendor or a customer and you enter some bank details, which the system does not find in the ‘Bank Directory,’ then the system automatically brings in the relevant screens for you to maintain and update the bank details in the bank directory.
You may create the bank directory in two ways:

  1. Manually (IMG path: Financial Accounting>Bank Accounting>Bank Accounts>Define ‘House Banks’)
  2. Automatically (by importing the bank details using a special program)