Split Valuation in SAP: Configuration & End User Manual with Practical Examples

This document, created by an SAP MM consultant, Khaled Fouda, provides a comprehensive guide on configuring and using split valuation in SAP Materials Management (MM). Split valuation allows companies to maintain separate stock values for the same material based on different criteria such as procurement type, country of origin, or quality. This feature is particularly useful when a company sources the same material from multiple suppliers or locations with varying costs or when dealing with materials of different qualities or conditions. The document covers the concept behind split valuation, the necessary customizing settings, and a step-by-step walkthrough of the configuration process. It also illustrates the practical application of split valuation through examples involving the creation of materials, purchase orders, and stock transfers between valuation types.

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Release Strategy on PR in SAP: Configuration & End User Manual

This document provides a comprehensive guide on configuring and implementing a release strategy for Purchase Requisitions (PR) in SAP ERP. The author, Khaled Fouda, an SAP MM consultant, explains the components involved in release strategy configuration with step-by-step instructions, including characteristics, classes, procedures, release groups, release codes, release indicators, and release strategies.

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Release Strategy on PO in SAP: Configuration and End User Manual

This document, created by an SAP MM consultant, Khaled Fouda, provides a comprehensive guide on configuring and implementing a release strategy for purchase orders (POs) in SAP ERP. It covers the necessary components, such as characteristics, classes, procedures, and codes, required to establish an approval workflow for POs. The release strategy ensures that POs are blocked until they are fully reviewed and approved by responsible individuals within the company, adhering to predefined criteria and authorization levels. By following the step-by-step instructions outlined in the document, users can effectively control and govern the PO creation and approval process, mitigating risks and maintaining compliance with organizational policies.

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SAP PP Scheduling: Intro Guide for Beginners

This document, created by Ajay Nagargoje, provides a comprehensive overview of the SAP Production Planning (Scheduling) module, which is a critical component in the manufacturing process. Scheduling plays a crucial role in determining the start and end dates/times for production orders or operations, enabling efficient resource allocation and planning.

The document delves into the concept of scheduling in SAP PP, discussing the two primary methods: Basic Date Scheduling and Lead Time Scheduling. It also explores various scheduling types, such as Backward, Forward, Current Date, and Capacity Requirement Scheduling, each serving a specific purpose in the production planning process. Additionally, the document covers the concept of Scheduling Margin Keys, which allow for the inclusion of buffer times and float periods, ensuring accurate scheduling calculations.

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AMDP in SAP S4HANA: A to Z Procedural Guide

This document, created by Bantee Kumar, is a comprehensive guide on ABAP-Managed Database Procedures (AMDPs) in the context of S/4HANA. AMDPs allow developers to push down complex calculations, aggregations, and data manipulations from the ABAP layer to the database layer, leveraging the full potential of the SAP HANA database. This approach offers significant performance benefits, especially when dealing with large datasets, and enables the utilization of native SAP HANA capabilities such as advanced SQL Script functions, text search, spatial operations, and predictive algorithms.

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SAP PP MTO Planning Strategy 20 User Manual

This document, created by Ajay Nagargoje, provides a comprehensive guide to the Make-to-Order (MTO) production planning scenario in SAP’s Production Planning (PP) module. It explains the MTO strategy, where manufacturing is initiated only after receiving a customer or sales order, as opposed to producing goods based on forecasts. This approach is suitable for highly customized or expensive products, where holding inventory is not desirable.

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