SAP SD Billing Document Consolidation and Splitting Guide

Introduction:

Most organizations run the billing due list nightly to create billing documents. Quite often there are questions related to how and why certain deliveries or orders combine, or fail to combine, on billing documents. This document will explain how the standard system works and provide examples of how the standard logic can be enhanced. Read more

SD Documents Pack

Materials inside the pack:

01 – Basic Functions and Master Data in SD Processing
02 – Pricing and Conditions
03 – Availability Check and Requirement in SD Processing – Done
04 – Output Determination – Done
05 – Credit and Risk Management – Done
06 – Sales
07 – Billing Plan – Done Read more

Business Processes in Sales Order Management

SCM600 mySAP ERP Sales and Services

Contents:

Organizational structures in sales and distribution
Working with customer master data and material master data in sales
Overview of the process chain for sales order processing
Presales activities, order processing, procurement, delivery, billing, payment
Introduction to pricing in sales and distribution
Introduction to the availability check Read more

SAP SD Functional Level Training Presentations

Sales and Distribution functional presentations by a leading consulting company

Contents:

Part 1

Process View & SAP R/3 Overview
SAP Sales & Distribution (SD) Module
Organization Structure
Business Partners & Customer Master
Material Master Read more

SAP SD Sales Order Process Tutorial

Sales order processing steps in SAP SD covered in this tutorial, very informative and detailed;

1. Create an Inquiry
2. Create a Sales Order from an Inquiry
3. Create a Delivery for the Sales Order
4. Picking the order
5. Post Goods Issue
6. Invoice the Customer
7. Receive payment from the Customer
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Condition Types

Condition Types:

>    The condition type determines the category of a condition and how it is used.
>    The calculation type and the scale base type can be controlled for each condition type.
For Example: Scale for Condition Type PROO

 

1 Pieces 800 Unit
10 Pieces 750 Unit
100 Pieces 700 Unit

>    Possible scale base types       Possible calculation types
Value                            Percentage from an initial value  Fixed amount
Quantity                        Amount per unit of measure
Weight                          Amount per unit of weight
Volumes                        Amount per unit of volume
Time period                   Quantity per unit of time Read more

Condition Tables

Condition Table:

  • Condition records are always created using a specific key.
  • Use tables for help in defining the structure of condition record keys
  • The most important fields used in pricing at header and item level are available in the standard system.
  • As of R/3 Release 4.5, you can also add non-key fields to the condition tables. This is the case, for example, in condition table 144, which is used within the price book (condition type PBUD).
  • The key fields of a condition table must appear at the start of the table, in other words, non-key fields must not appear between any two key fields.
  • Condition table: The definition of the key of the condition record.