Setting Up Scheduling Agreements in SAP MM

This document provides an overview of how to set up and use scheduling agreements with release documentation in SAP MM for forecast and just-in-time (JIT) delivery schedules. It covers creating the necessary master data, generating the different schedule types, and how creation profiles control schedule aggregation.

Key Sections from the document are:

  • Material master data setup with JIT indicator
  • Creation profiles for release documentation
  • Assigning creation profile to vendor master
  • Creating a scheduling agreement with release documentation
  • Generating forecast and JIT delivery schedules
  • How creation profile controls aggregation of forecast vs JIT schedules
  • Reviewing schedule release documents

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SLED in SAP MM: Configuration and End User Guide

This document provides an overview of shelf life expiration date (SLED) configuration and functionality in SAP Materials Management (MM) module. It covers how to set up and activate SLED checks, define minimum and total shelf life in material master records, and enter SLED dates during goods receipt. Four scenarios are explained with examples to illustrate system behavior based on whether minimum and total shelf life values are maintained.

  • Introduction to shelf life expiration date and its importance for perishable goods inventory management
  • Prerequisites for enabling SLED checks such as configuration settings and material master data
  • Explanation of total shelf life vs minimum remaining shelf life fields and how they impact SLED calculations
  • Four case studies analyzing system behavior when minimum/total shelf life values are blank or populated in material master
  • Step-by-step configuration guide with screenshots for activating SLED checks and period indicators
  • Examples of SLED entry during goods receipt and resulting system validations for each case study scenario
  • Conclusion summarizing learnings on how minimum and total shelf life settings impact GR process

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Negative Stock Configuration in SAP MM

Negative stock is a concept in SAP that allows inventory to be issued or sold even when there is no physical stock available. This can be useful in some scenarios, such as:

  • When there is a delay in updating the inventory records due to technical or operational reasons, but the business needs to continue the sales or production process.
  • When there is a temporary shortage of stock due to high demand or supply disruptions, but the business expects to receive replenishment soon and wants to avoid losing customers or orders.
  • When there is a planned negative stock situation, such as when a consignment vendor delivers goods directly to the customer, but the business still wants to record the sales and revenue in SAP.

This document provides an overview of negative stock handling in SAP MM (Materials Management). It covers the prerequisites and configuration steps required to allow negative stocks at the plant and storage location level. Two scenarios are presented to demonstrate how negative stocks can be utilized when a goods issue needs to be completed before the corresponding goods receipt is posted.

List of topics covered in the document are;

  • What is Negative Stock Handling
  • Prerequisites for Negative Stock Handling
  • Scenario 1: Goods issue with movement type 201, goods receipt with movement type 101
  • Scenario 2: Goods issue with movement type 201, stock transfer between locations with movement type 311
  • Important points to remember about negative stocks

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SAP MM-FI Integration: A Presentation to Understand Key Concepts

This document provides an overview of integration between Materials Management (MM) and Financial Accounting (FI) modules in SAP. It covers fundamentals like goods movements, movement types, transaction keys, and account determination. The process flow from MM transaction to FI journal entry is explained. Configuration, master data setup, and key transaction codes are listed. Exercises demonstrate customizing a new movement type and modifier for specific integration requirements.

Key FI-MM integration topics covered in the document are;

  • Introduction to current FI-MM transactions and processes
  • Fundamentals – goods movements, movement types, transaction keys
  • Understanding MM to FI integration process flow
  • Advanced topics like purchase accounts, variance accounts
  • Configuration and master data for FI-MM integration
  • Key transaction codes
  • Exercises to customize movement type and modifier

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Subcontracting Scrap Return Process in SAP MM

This document provides an overview of the scrap return process in subcontracting procurement using a real-time business scenario with challans in SAP. The key sections covered are:

Introduction: Defines subcontracting and provides a business scenario of a manufacturing company outsourcing metal sheet cutting to vendors and receiving back finished sheets and scrap.

Process Steps in SAP: Outlines the SAP transactions for subcontracting procurement – creating a purchase order specifying child and scrap materials, issuing materials to vendor with a challan, goods receipt of finished materials and scrap, and moving scrap to company storage.

Configuration: Highlights SAP configuration required for subcontracting like document types, pricing procedures and movement types.

Stock Monitoring: Shows tracking of material stock at various stages during subcontracting procurement.

Key transactions like ME21N, MIGO, J1IGSUBCON, MBLB are explained along with their purpose. The document provides a clear understanding of the integrated procure-to-pay subcontracting process flow in SAP.

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Source List in SAP MM: Step-by-Step Guide to Preferred Vendors & Time-Bound Ordering

This training document provides an overview and instructions for using the Source List functionality in SAP. The purpose of a source list in SAP MM is to specify the possible sources of supply for a material. A source list can contain one or more sources, such as vendors, contracts, or scheduling agreements. A source list helps to streamline the procurement process by enabling automatic source determination, quota arrangement, and source selection. A source list also helps to ensure compliance with purchasing policies and contracts. Key sections covered include:

  • Overview: Explains what a Source List is and what it is used for in SAP purchasing.
  • Source List Transactions: Covers transactions like creating/changing source lists (ME01), displaying (ME03), generating (ME05), analyzing (ME06) and deleting (ME07).
  • Source List Reporting: Discusses generating source list reports by material (ME0M).

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Subcontracting Process in SAP MM: Key Steps Guide with Demo Scenarios

This PDF document provides an overview of the subcontracting process in SAP MM (Materials Management). Subcontracting is the process of outsourcing certain manufacturing processes to an external vendor. The key sections covered in this training material include:

  • Introduction to Subcontracting: Definition, overview diagram, steps involved.
  • Scenario 1 – Simple subcontracting cycle without BOM
  • Scenario 2 – Subcontracting with BOM
  • Scenario 3 – Sending materials directly from supplying vendor to subcontractor
  • Scenario 4 – Subcontracting through MRP
  • Scenario 5 – Subsequent adjustments for over and under consumption
  • Scenario 6 – Receiving by-products/scraps from subcontractor
  • Scenario 7 – Returning materials to plant if PO is deleted
  • Scenario 8 – Recursive subcontracting

Each scenario walks through an example with screenshots demonstrating the steps for master data setup, purchase order creation, goods issues, receipt of finished goods, and accounting entries. Key transactions like ME21N, MIGO, MB1B are explained. The document covers important concepts like stock transfers, consumption, and recursive subcontracting.

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