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In this chapter you will start your road map with SAP We will begin with basic data such as how SAP functions and where it access the information in the system We will go through the different versions of master data, material, customer, organizational, and all related data
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< xml version="10" encoding="UTF-8" > Page xiv We will cover basic fields and tables, their usage, and how to make the most of them We will also cover what master data is transferred into the sales order and various forms of master data grouping
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This is one of the largest sections, it covers all different types of sales documents, starting where we left off in the previous chapter We learn about the different document types, how they are set up as well as what makes them function We learn about item categories how they control the item being sold and schedule lines and how they control critical data such as deliveries and how they impact other modules We also deal with copying control between documents in SAP, leading the reader through to the delivery stage
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In this chapter we cover the deliveries and invoicing functions, this includes route determination and packing You will learn how the system controls a delivery, as well as collective invoicing and collective deliveries It is in this chapter that we cover the availability checking process and the transfer of requirements You will also cover the intercompany business scenarios, and how they function
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This chapter alone is extensive enough to have its own book, it is not as basic as it sounds In it we cover virtually all the extras that make up the sales process This includes pricing and the condition technique As well as the determination of partners, texts, output and the all too important credit management We end off with a look at requirements and formulas, and how they integrate into pricing and copying control
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5 Cross Functionality
A large proportion of what you need to know involves cross functionality, namely, how the SD module interfaces with other modules In this chapter we will learn about basics in the logistics information system, how to create reports using the standard structures SAP has, and how to create our own structures, to report on what we would like to see We also learn about user exits and new fields in pricing As well as various ABAP enhancements, for example the creation of ones own user menus We finish off with batch jobs, ABAP queries and a list of sundry tips which we are sure will be useful to you
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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
A book of this proportion would not have been possible without the support of family, friends and colleagues I would thus like to say thank you to my darling wife, Wendy, for her support in the creation of this book Wends, you are an angel Sincere thanks to one of the best SD consultants, Keenan Jones, for his superb proofreading and advice throughout the stages of this book Special mention also goes to Keenan for the work he contributed in 5 with regards to Batch inputs and ABAP Queries I would like to thank Casim Mithani, and my colleagues at Avnet, Germany, for their enthusiasm and support of this project, as well as to say thank you to SAP South Africa, especially to Chris Holden and Ingrid Johanson for permitting me to work on their systems in order to meet the deadlines for this book Special thanks also to Simon Yates and Sharon Linsenbach of McGraw-Hill, as well as to Beth Brown, for their support and assistance And finally to my Lord Jesus, thank you for everything
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