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IS-Retail : TCODES

Posted on April 3, 2008 by jiteshdua R11 Merchandise Related Master Data


Transaction code SU3 MM41 MM42 MM43 WSL11 WSO7 MASS_MARC REFSITE WSL1 MR21 MB1C MB1B MB03 RWBE transaction text Maintain User Profile Create Article Chang Article Display Article Evaluation of listing condition Display Assortment Module Assignment to Assortment Logistic/replenishment Mass Maintenance Reference Sites Mangement Listing conditions Price Change Enter Other Goods Receipts Enter Transfer Posting Display Transfer Posting Stock Overview

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Transaction code SU3 VKP5 WPMA WMB1 WKK1 SPRO WVA3 WVA7 WEV3 MEKE ME21N V-61 V-64 VK13 V/LD VA01 MEI4 BD22 WVN0

Retail Pricing
transaction text Maintain User Profile Create Price Calculation Direct Request For POS Outbound Create Price Entry Create Market-basket Price Calculation Assign Price Point Group to Org. Level/Merchandise Category Display VKP Calcultion Sur Display VKP Calcultion Sur Display Ret. Markup SP Ca Conditions By Vendor Create Purchase Order Create Customer Discount Condition Display Customer Discount Display Condition Records Execute Pricing Report Create Sales Order Create Automatic Document worklist Delete Change Pointers Generate Pricing Worklist

WVN1

Release Worklist

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Transaction code SU3 WSOA3 WSOA1 WSOA2 WSOA6 REFSITE WSL5 MM41 MM42 WSL1 WSP4 WSO1 WSO5 SE38 WLWB WPLG WLCN WSOA1 WSK1 WSPL WSL0 WSP6 WSM8 WSM4A WSL11 WB02 MB1C WSE4 WSM9 SE16

Assortment Management
transaction text Maintain User Profile Assortment Display Assortment Create Assortment Change Assortment Assignment Tool Reference Sites Mangement Modules In Assortment Create Article Chang Article Listing conditions Create Individual Listing Material / Assortment Assortment Module Create Maintain Assortment Module assignment to Assortment ABAP Editor Space Management: Layout Workbench Display Article In Layout Module Delete All Listing Conditions From Layout Module Assortment Create Assortment Copy Display / edit article master segments that cannot be generted Merchandise Categories Article Assortments Consistency Check Delete Individual Listing Material/Assortment Reorganize Listing Conditions By Merchandise Category Automatic Relisting Via Change to Assortment Master Data Evaluation of listing condition Site Change Enter Other Goods Receipts Article Discontinuation( Article / Site Discontinuation) Deletion of Obselete Listing Conditions Data Browser

R21
Transaction code

Procurement of Replenishable Merchandise


transaction text

SU3 MM42 MP30 MP33 MD21 MD03 MD05 MD04 MB01 ME01 ME51 ME52 ME59 ME21N MIGO ME13 ME31K ME33K RWBE MB1C WWP1 WWP3 SPRO WB02 MK02 MD04 WLB1 WLB6 WLB2 WLB13 WLB4 WLB5 ME2L ME23N ME61 ME63 ME64 ME65 ME6B

Maintain User Profile Chang Article Execute Forecast: Initial Forecast Reprocessing Display Planning File Entries Requirements Planning Single-Item, Single-Level RP List Stock/Requirements List Enter Other Goods Receipts Maintain Source List Create Purchase Requisition Change Purchase Requisition Automatic Creation of Purchase Orders from Requisitions Create Purchase Order Goods Receipt for Purchase Order Display Info Record Create Contract Display Contract Stock Overview Enter Other Goods Receipts Planning Workbench Planning Workbench Maintain Rounding Profile Site Change Change Vendor Display Stock/Requirements Situation Determining Requirements for Investment Buying ROI-Based PO Proposal for Purchase Price Changes Investment Buying Analysis Automatic Load Building Results List for Automatic Load Building Run Combine a Number of POs to Create a Collective Purchase Order Purchasing Documents per Vendor Display Purchase Order Maintain Vendor Evaluation Calculate Scores for Semi-Automatic and Automatic Subcriteria Evaluation Comparison Ranking List of Vendors Ranking List of Vendor Evaluations Based on Material/Material Group

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Transaction code SU3 MM41 MM42 WSL1 MR21 ME51 ME41 ME47 MB1C ME49 ME1E ME48 ME4M ME21N ME28 MB01 ME2L ME23N SPRO MD03 MD04 RWBE WLB13 WLB4 WLB5 ME63 ME61 ME64 ME65 ME6B

Procurement of Non-replenishable Merchandise


transaction text Maintain User Profile Create Article Change Article Listing conditions Price Change Overview Create Purchase Requisition Create RFQ Maintain Quotation Other Goods Receipts Price Comparison List Quotation Price History Display Quotation Purchasing Documents for Article Create Purchase Order Release (Approve) Purchasing Documents Goods Receipt for Purchase Order Display Purchasing Documents per Vendor Display Purchase Order Maintain Rounding Profile Single Item, Single Level Stock/Requirements List Stock Overview Automatic Load Building Results List for Automatic Load Building Run Bundle multiple orders logically Calculate Scores for Semi-Automatic and Automatic Subcriteria Maintain Vendor Evaluation Evaluation Comparison Ranking List of Vendors Ranking List of Vendor Evaluations Based on Material/Material Group

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Transaction code SU3 WDBI WDFR MB1C

Fresh Items Procurement


transaction text Maintain User Profile Assortment List: Initialization and Full Version Perishables Planning Other Goods Receipts

MIGO WF30 VL06O MB0A WDFR VL10B MB01 RWBE ME61 ME63 MEKH ME64 ME65 ME6B

Goods Receipt Purchase Order Merchandise Distribution: Monitor Outbound Delivery Monitor Goods Receipt-PO Unknown Perishables Planning Fast Display Purchase Orders, Post Goods Receipt for PO Stock Overview Maintain Vendor Evaluation Calculate Scores for Semi-Automatic and Automatic Subcriteria Market Price Evaluation Comparison Ranking List of Vendors Ranking List of Vendor Evaluations Based on Material/Material Group

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Transaction code SU3 MEB3 MEU2 MEB4 MEB3 MEB1 ME21N MB01 ME81 MIRO MEB8 SECATT SECATT

Subsequent Settlement
transaction text Maintain User Profile Display Rebate arrangement Perform Comparison of Business Volumes Create Settlement Document Via Report Create Service Notification-Malfn. Create Agreement Create Purchase Order Goods Receipt for Purchase Order Analysis of Order Values Enter Invoice Detailed Settlement Generating business volume with CATT Generating business volume with CATT

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Transaction code SU3 ME21N MB01 ME81 MIRO MIR4 MIR7

Invoice Verification
transaction text Maintain User Profile Create Purchase Order Goods Receipt for Purchase Order Analysis of Order Values Enter Incoming Invoice Display Invoice Document Park Invoice

MIRA WC23 MRRL ME22N MRNB MIR6 MRBR

Enter Invoice for Invoice verification in Background Invoice Verification-Background Check Evaluated Receipt Settlement (ERS) Retroactive Price Changes in Purchase Order Revaluation with Log. Invoice Verification Invoice Overview-Selection Criteria Release Blocked Invoices

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Transaction code SU3 VV32 VV31 MB1C ME21N VV32 RWBE VV31 VA01 MM42 VA03 RWBE VL01N LT03 LT12 ME5A ME81 MIRO VA02 SECATT WFRE V_V2 VA05 V_R2 SECATT VF01 VF05 VF02 VF04 V.21 F-29 F-39

Sales Order Management


transaction text Maintain User Profile Change Export Billing Document Create Export Billing Document Enter Other Goods Receipts Create Purchase Order Change Export Billing Document Stock Overview Create Export Billing Document Create Sales Order Chang Article Display Sales Order Stock Overview Enter Other Goods Receipts Create Transfer Order for Delivery Note Confirm Transfer Order Displaying Purchase Requisition Analysis of Order Values Enter Invoice Change Sales Order Backorder Processing Distribution of Returns Among Backorders Rescheduling sales and stock transfer documents List of Sales Order Rescheduling of sales and stock transfer documents Generating Processing Document(s) via CATT Create Billing Document List of Billing Documents Change Billing Doc Maintain Billing Due List Log of Collective Run Post Customer Down Payment Clear Customer Down Payment

VL02N VF31 MB1B VL06O VBO3 VBO2 VBO1 VBOF LT03 LT12 VA02 VL01N VA01 VA03 VA41 VA43 CV01N MM42 MM43 WWM1 XD02 OVKK SPRO WWM2 WAK2

Outbound Delivery Single Document Output from Billing Enter Transfer Posting Outbound Delivery Monitor Displaying the Status of Rebate Agreement Settlement of the Agreement Creating Rebate Agreement Update Billing Documents Create Transfer Order for Delivery Note Confirm Transfer Order Releasing Credit Memo Request for the Partial Rebate Settlement Create Outbound Delivery with Order Reference Create Sales Order Display Sales Order Create Contract Display Contract Create Document Chang Article Display Article Create product catalog Customer Display Define Pricing Procedure Determination Maintain Pricing Procedures Change Product Catalog Promotion Change

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Transaction code SU3 SICF ME5A ME21N MIRO VF01 VF02

Instore Customer Relationship Management


transaction text Maintain User Profile HTTP Service Hierarchy Maintenance List Display of Purchase Requisitions Generating a Purchase Order on the Basis of the Purchase Requisition Entering an Incoming Vendor Invoice Create Billing Document Change Billing Doc

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Transaction code SU3 WPMI

Service - Return Processing


transaction text Maintain User Profile POS Outbound:Initialization

WPMA WPER WPMU WE02 MM42 VD02 WB60 WB66 WAK1 WE02 WDBI WDBM RWBE MB1C WPUK WPUF FB03 FAGLL03 WPCA F-06 WVFB WE02 VL10B VL02N WPUW MB0A MB1B ME23N MIRO WR60 ME27 WRP1 VL02N LT12 RWBE WB02 MB1C MI01 MI31 MI02 WVFD WVFI

Direct request for POS ountbound POS Interface Monitor Creating Change Message Displaying Created IDocs in POS Monitor Chang Article Customer Change Creating Site Group Maintain Assignment of Sites Create promotion Displaying Idoc Initialization and Full Version Manual Selection Assortment List Stock Overview Other Goods Receipts POS Simulation:Selection Cash Removal Displaying Accounting Document Displaying Clearing Account Execute Settlement Post Incoming Payments:Header Data Simulation Store Orders:Header Data Selection Displaying Confirmation Order Fast Display Purchase Orders, Outbound Delivery Single Document Goods Movements Returning Goods to Vendor Posting Goods to Unrestricted Use Displaying Purchase Order Invoice Verification Replenishment:Parameter Overview Create Purchase Order Replenishment:Planning Change Outbound Delivery Confirm Transfer Order Stock Overview Site Change Enter Other Goods Receipts Create physical inventory document Selected Data for Phys. Inventory Docmts W/O Special Stock Change physical inventory document Send physical inventory document Simulation:Store Physical Inventory/Sales Price Change

MI03 MI20 MIDO WPUW WPUS WE19 MM41 VBG1 VBK1

Display physical inventory document List of Inventory Differences Display Physical Inventory Overview Goods Movements Simulation:Inbound Processing Test tool for IDoc processing Create Article Create Article Grouping Create bonus buy

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Transaction code SU3 SICF WB02 WSOA6 WSM8 WDBI WA01 WA08 VL02N WAK1 WAK5 WPUK MM42 VL10B VL02N WMBE MB1C VKP1 VKU6

Store Business online


transaction text Maintain User Profile HTTP Service Hierarchy Maintenance Site Change Assortment Assignment Tool Reorganize Listing Conditions By Merchandise Category Assortment List:Initialization and Full Version Create allocation table:Initial Follow-On Document Generation Allocation Table Change Outbound Delivery Create Promotion Promo. Subsequent processing POS Simulation Change Article Fast display Purchase Orders Change Outbound Delivery Stock Overview Enter Other Goods Receipts Change Price Calculation Revaluation at Retail

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Transaction code SU3 RWBE MB1C WB60 WB66 WA21 WAK1

Promotion Management
transaction text Maintain User Profile Stock Overview Enter Other Goods Receipts Creating Site Group Maintaining Site Group Allocation Rule Create Create promotion

WAK5 WAK2 WA08 VL06O MB0A WAK15 WAK14 VA01 VL01N VL06P VL06C VL03N VF01

Promo. Subsequent processing Change Promotion Follow-On Document Generation Allocation Table Outbound Delivery Monitor Goods Receipt-PO Unknown Promotions per Site Promotions per article Create Sales Order Create Outbound Delivery with Order Reference Outbound Deliveries for Picking Confirming Transfer Order and Post Goods Issue Display Outbound Delivery Create Billing Document

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Transaction code ME21N VL31N WAP2 VL41 WAP2 MB0A MB03 MBRL MB02 MB90 VL01NO LT03 LT12 VL02N VL01NO VL35 VL06P LT42 LT25N VLSP VL06G MI01 MI31 MI04

Distribution Center Logistics with Lean-WM


transaction text Create Purchase Order Creating Inbound Delivery Create Purchase Order Create Rough Goods Receipt Create Purchase Order Goods Receipt PO Unkown Display Article Document Enter Return Delivery Change Article Document Output from Goods Movements Create Output Delivery Without Order Reference Create Transfer Order for Delivery Note Confirm Transfer Order Posting Goods issue Create Outbound Delivery Without Order Reference Create Piching Waves According to Delivery Compare Times Outbound Deliveries for Picking Create TOs by Mult.Processing Transfer Order for Each Group Subsequent Outbound-Delivery Split Outbound Deliveries for Goods Issue Create physical inventory document Selected Data for phys.Inventory Docmts W/o Special Stock Enter inventory count

MI20 MIDO VL06O VL37 VLLG

List of Inventory Differences Display Physical Inventory Overview Outbound Delivery Monitor Wave Pick Monitor Rough Workload Estimate

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Transaction code SU3 RWBE LS26 SPRO ME21N VL31N WAP2 VL41 MB0A LT06 LT12 LRF1 LM00 LRF1 MB03 MBRL MB02 MB90 LB12 LP21 LB10 VL01NO LT03 LRF1 LRF1 VL02N VL35 VL06P LT42 LT25N VLSP

Distribution Center Logistics With Lean Warehouse Management


transaction text Maintain User Profile IM Stock Overview WM Stock Overview Assign Processor to Queues Create Purchase Order Creating Inbound Delivery Create Purchase Order Create Rough Goods Receipt Goods Receipt PO Unknown Create Transfer Order for Article Document Confirm Transfer order Resource Planning with the RF Monitor Mobile Data Entry Monitoring with the RF Monitor Display Article Document Enter Return Delivery Change Article Document Output from Goods Movements Process Article Document Replenishment for Fixed Bins in WM Display Transfer Requirement: List for Storage Type Create Outbound Delivery Without Order Reference Create Transfer Order for Delivery Note Resource Planning in the Monitor for Mobile Data Entry Monitoring from the Mobile Data Entry Monitor Posting Goods Issue Create Picking Waves According to Delivery Compare Times Outbound Deliveries for Picking Create TOs by Mult. Processing Transfer Orders for Each Group Subsequent Outbound-Delivery Split

VL06G LX16 LI11N LI14 LI20 LI21 LX18 LX25 LL01 VL06O VL37 VLLG

Outbound Deliveries for Goods Issue Carry out Continuous Inventory Enter Inventory Count Start Recount Clear Differences in WM Clearing of differences in Inventory Management Statistics for Inventory Differences Inventory status Warehouse Activity Monitor Outbound Deliveries for Picking Wave Pick Monitor Rough Workload Estimate: Total Overview

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Transaction code SU3 ME21N ME31K WA21 WA01 WA11 WA04 WA08 MB01 WF10 MB01 WF30 VL06O VL02N WF50 WF70 LT23 WF60 WA01

Merchandise Distribution
transaction text Maintain User Profile Create Purchase Order Create contract Allocation Rule Create Create Allocation Table Allocation Table Message Bundling / Notification Creation Create Notification Create Follow-On Documents Goods Receipt for Purchase Order Create Purchase Order Create Purchase Order Adjusting Distribution and Generating an Outbound Delivery Outbound Delivery Monitor Outbound Delivery Single Document Adjusting Distribution Creating Distribution Order Display Distribution Order Generating Outbound Delivery Create allocation table:Initial

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Transaction code PRICAT PRICATCUS1

ECR-Compliant Procurement Processes


transaction text Initial Screen: Price Catalog Maintenance Change View Assignment of ILN-VendorPurchasing group: Overview

PRICATCUS2 PRICATCUS3 WE19 WE20 ME21N WE02 ME23N MB0A MIR4 WVM2

Change View Assignment of ILN-merch.catgrySAP merch.catgry: Ove Change View Assignment of SAP merchandise category - purchasing group Test tool for IDoc processing Partner profiles Create Purchase Order Idoc list Display Purchase Order Goods Receipt - PO Unknown: Initial Screen Display Invoice Document Transfer of Stock and Sales Data

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Assortment and listing


Posted on April 1, 2008 by jiteshdua TCODES - WSM3 (Mass maintenance), WSP4 (Individual listing)
This component allows you to create merchandise assortments and assortment modules and assign articles to them. Articles can be automatically assigned directly to assortments as a result of checking rules during article maintenance or assortment maintenance functions. Alternatively, you can manually assign articles to assortment modules and then in turn assign the modules to assortments. In both cases, the system automatically generates listing conditions for each valid combination of article and assortment. By assigning assortments to sites you control which assortments and which articles a store can purchase or sell. A site cannot purchase or sell an article that is not contained in one of its assortment. When you create listing conditions, you also specify a listing period. This determines the timeframe during which sites can procure and sell the articles. Listing conditions The assignment of the individual articles to assortments is recorded in what are called listing conditions. These listing conditions contain the following:

The periods of time for which an article is to be assigned to an assortment Inclusive or exclusive assignment (that is, whether an article is to be listed or excluded from listing) The number of the module which caused the listing conditions to be generated Whether the listing is for a promotion listing Whether the module is assigned to a rack jobber Whether an article is listed as a component of a structured article

In the case of manual listing using manually created assortment modules, the system creates listing conditions based on the assignment of the assortment module to an assortment. In the case of automatic listing, the system uses listing rules to create listing conditions.

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Allocation
Posted on April 1, 2008 by jiteshdua
Retailers often have to centrally distribute merchandise among a large number of recipients (for example, stores). One example would be fashion merchandise or promotional items. Using allocation tables, you can plan the distribution of this type of merchandise and then trigger the necessary goods movements. You can have the merchandise delivered directly from the vendor to the recipient, from the vendor to a distribution center and then to the recipient, or from a distribution center to a recipient. After you have completed the planning stage, you can then have the system automatically create documents for procuring or delivering the goods. Allocation table - wa01, wa02, wa03 Allocation Rule - wa21, wa22, wa23

Follow-on documents - wa03, wa08 Components of an Allocation Table The allocation table in made up of various components. The following is a short description of the main ones:

Allocation Table Header

An allocation table has one header. The header contains information such as the allocation table number, the organizational levels for which it is valid (purchasing organization and purchasing group) and a header text.

Allocation Table Item

An item is assigned to the header. Each allocation table can have a number of items. An item contains information such as the items category, the article number, the planned quantity, the allocation rule or site group used and the item status.

Site Group

A site group is assigned to an allocation table item. The information displayed on the site group includes the number of the site group, the number of sites assigned to it, the quotas and the planned quantities.

Site

A site is assigned to a site group. The information displayed on the site includes the number of the site, the planned quantity for the site and supply source.

Distribution Center

A distribution center is assigned to one or more sites. The information displayed on the distribution center includes the number of the distribution center, the planned quantity and the external vendor supplying the distribution center.

Delivery Phase for a Site or Distribution Center

A delivery phase is assigned to a site/distribution center. The information displayed on the delivery phase includes the delivery date, the order date and the delivery quantity. Allocation Table Set-Up The following is a simplified example of how an allocation table can be set up. Allocation rule 17 is used to determine how merchandise in a particular merchandise category is split up among the sites in site group R0021. The merchandise is split up in the ratio 6:4 between the two sites R151 and R152 in the site group. Variants 1 and 2 are to be allocated for the generic article 1.

Item 10

Article Single article 1

Alloc. rule 17

Site group

Site

Quantity 2000

R0021 R151 R152 20 Generic article 1 17 R0021 R151 R152 30 Variant 1 of item 20 17 R0021 R151 R152

2000 1200 800 1000 1000 600 400 700 700 420 280

40

Variant 2 of item 20

17 R0021 R151 R152

300 300 180 120

Synchronising Allocation table for Order changes You usually define allocation tables at an early stage in your business processes because you plan and order fashion goods, for example, with a long lead time. If your requirements change after you have created a purchase order but before the goods are delivered, for example, due to new stores opening, you can change the existing purchase order. The system updates allocation-relevant changes in purchase orders to the relevant allocation tables. Integration You make changes to allocation-relevant purchase order items in purchase order processing for Seasonal Procurement. A log provides you with information about changes and about the synchronization of the allocation table. The system synchronizes an allocation table in the background when purchase orders are changed. Prerequisites You have generated a vendor order (Seasonal Procurement) as a follow-on document for an allocation table, manually created an allocation table with reference to a purchase order (Seasonal Procurement), or generated an allocation table with reference to a purchase order based on operational assortment planning and control. Apart from the vendor order there are no other follow-on documents for recipients of the corresponding allocation table item. Direct delivery orders cannot be synchronized.

The purchase order item that you change must be uniquely linked to a delivery phase of the distribution center for an allocation table, otherwise synchronization is not possible. Features When the following data is changed, the system updates the changes to the allocation table: Purchase order quantity and order unit Delivery date in distribution center Distribution center Flag for allocation table relevance Deletion of a purchase order item You can use a Business Add-In (BAdI) to specify that when the allocation table is synchronized, the data for the distribution center be adjusted, but not the data for the recipient. For more information, see Customizing for Logistics General under Merchandise Distribution - Allocation - Allocation Table - Business Add-Ins for the Allocation Table - BAdI: Synchronizing Allocation Table for Changes to PO Items. Activities If you change purchase order items in purchase order processing for Seasonal Procurement and confirm your changes, the system first simulates synchronization of the corresponding allocation items. The changes are only effective in the database once you have saved them. In both cases, you can check the results of changes in a log. Synchronization is performed in several steps: 1. The system checks whether follow-on documents exist for recipients of the allocation table item. If they do, the system cannot change the allocation table and it issues a message to purchase order processing stating this.

2. The system copies the changes in the purchase order item to the distribution center of the relevant allocation table item. 3. The system copies changes that are relevant for the allocation table item from the purchase order item. While changes to the delivery date are not relevant, changes to quantities, for example, are. 4. The system transfers changes that are relevant for recipients for the individual allocation items . You can use a BAdI to deactivate synchronization of recipient data. 5. It is possible that after the system transfers changes from the purchase order item to the allocation table items, these allocation table items will be incomplete. To ensure that the items are complete again and you are able to generate follow-on documents, you must post process incomplete allocation table items in the item overview of the allocation table. Deleting Allocation Table

Choose the Delete Allocation Table screen. 1. In the Deletion for frame, choose Alloc tbl. 2. Enter the required criteria for selecting the allocation tables to be deleted, for
example purchasing organization, purchasing group or the allocation table number 3. Enter the status of allocation tables you want to select. A distinction is made between:
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Status Not active

An allocation table has this status if no follow-on documents have been generated for it. This type of deletion is used in cases where you have just created an allocation table but you realize immediately that it is not required (because the data entered was not correct or the allocation is not needed after all) and can be deleted.
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Status Done

An allocation table has this status if all follow-on documents have been generated for it.

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