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Enterprise Structure (101)


Building Block Configuration Guide

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Contents
1 Purpose..................................................................................................................................6 2 Preparation............................................................................................................................6 2.1 Prerequisites...................................................................................................................6 3 Configuration..........................................................................................................................6 3.1 Defining Transportation Zones........................................................................................6 3.2 Creating Controlling Area................................................................................................7 3.3 Creating Credit Control Area...........................................................................................7 3.4 Creating Company Code.................................................................................................8 3.5 Entering Global Parameters for Company Code.............................................................8 3.6 Checking for Duplicate Invoices......................................................................................9 3.7 Configuring Price Change in Previous Period/Year.......................................................10 3.8 Assigning Company Code to Controlling Area..............................................................10 3.9 Assigning Company Code to Financial Management Area...........................................11 3.9.1 Assigning Company Code to Credit Control Area...................................................11 3.9.2 Creating Personnel Area.........................................................................................11 3.9.3 Creating Personnel Subareas.................................................................................12 3.10 Defining and Assigning Sales Organization.................................................................12 3.10.1 Defining Sales Organization..................................................................................12 3.10.2 Assigning Sales Organization to Company Code.................................................13 3.11 Defining Distribution Channel......................................................................................13 3.12 Assigning Distribution Channel to Sales Organization.................................................14 3.13 Creating Divisions........................................................................................................14 3.14 Assigning Division to Sales Organization....................................................................15 3.15 Setting up Sales Area..................................................................................................15 3.16 Defining Common Distribution Channels ....................................................................16 3.17 Defining Common Divisions........................................................................................16 3.18 Creating Purchasing Organization...............................................................................17 3.19 Assigning Purchasing Organization to Company Code...............................................17 3.20 Creating Plant..............................................................................................................18 3.20.1 Defining Plant........................................................................................................18 3.20.2 Defining Plant Parameters....................................................................................18 3.20.3 Assigning Plant to Company Code.......................................................................19 3.20.4 Assigning Standard Purchasing Organization to Plant..........................................19 3.21 Assigning Sales Organization - Distribution Channel - to Plant...................................20 3.22 Assigning Purchasing Organization to Plant................................................................20 3.23 Defining Shipping Points.............................................................................................21 3.24 Assigning Shipping Point to Plant................................................................................22 SAP AG Page 4 of 33

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3.25 Defining Loading Groups.............................................................................................22 3.26 Defining Transportation Groups...................................................................................22 3.27 Defining Shipping Conditions.......................................................................................23 3.28 Shipping Point Determination......................................................................................24 3.29 Creating Storage Location...........................................................................................25 3.30 Defining Storage Conditions........................................................................................26 3.31 Assigning Picking Locations........................................................................................26 3.32 Creating Sales Office...................................................................................................27 3.33 Assigning Sales Office to Sales Area..........................................................................27 3.34 Maintaining Sales Group.............................................................................................28 3.35 Assigning Sales Group to Sales Office........................................................................28 3.36 Maintaining Transportation Planning Point..................................................................29 3.37 Creating Purchasing Group.........................................................................................29 3.38 Defining Business Place .............................................................................................30 3.39 Assigning Business Places to Plants...........................................................................32 3.40 Activating Business Places..........................................................................................32

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Enterprise Structure 1 Purpose


This configuration guide provides the information that you need to manually set up configuration of this building block. If you do not want to configure manually and prefer to use an automated installation process using BC sets and other tools, refer to the installation guide for this building block.

2 Preparation
2.1 Prerequisites
Before you start installing this building block, you must install prerequisite building blocks. For more information, see the building block prerequisite matrix (Prerequisites_Matrix_[xx]_EN_IN.xls; the placeholder [xx] depends on the SAP Best Practices version you use, for example, BL refers to the SAP Best Practices Baseline Package: Prerequisites_Matrix_BL_EN_IN.xls). This document can be found on the SAP Best Practices documentation DVD in the folder ..\...\BL_IN\Documentation\.

3 Configuration
3.1 Defining Transportation Zones
Use
In this activity, you define transportation zones according to country and depending on your company's needs. Transportation zones represent delivery recipient (ship-to party) regions or delivery shipper (vendor) regions.

Procedure
1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Transaction code IMG menu OVR1 Alternative IMG paths: Sales and Distribution Basic Functions Routes Route Determination Define Transportation Zones OR Logistics Execution Shipping Basic Shipping Functions Routes Route Determination Define Transportation Zones OR Logistics Execution Transportation Basic Transportation Functions Routes Route Determination Define Transportation Zones 2. On the Change View Customers: Transportation Zones: Overview screen, choose New Entries to enter: Ctry SAP AG TranspZone Description Page 6 of 33

SAP Best Practices IN IN IN IN IN IN 3. Choose Save. 110020 396191 400705 500043 560025 600004

Enterprise Structure (101): Configuration Guide New Delhi Vapi I E Navi Mumbai Hyderabad Bangalore Melnallathur

3.2 Creating Controlling Area


Use
In this step, you define your controlling area. The controlling area is an organizational unit in Accounting used to subdivide the business organization from a cost accounting standpoint.

Procedure
1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Transaction code IMG menu OX06 Enterprise Structure Definition Controlling Maintain Controlling Area

2. On the Change View Basic data: Overview screen, choose New Entries to enter the following data: Controlling Area 1000 Name Controlling area 1000 CoCd>CO Area Crosscompanycode cost accounting Currency Type 30 Currency INR Chart of Accts YAIN FY Variant V3

3. Choose Save.

3.3 Creating Credit Control Area


Use
In this step, you define your credit control areas. The credit control area is an organizational unit that specifies and checks a credit limit for customers.

A credit control area can include one or more company codes. It is not possible to assign a company code to more than one control area. Within a credit control area, the credit limits must be specified in the same currency.

Procedure
1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Transaction code IMG menu OB45 Enterprise Structure Definition Financial Accounting Define Credit Control Area Page 7 of 33

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2. On the Change View Credit Control Areas: Overview screen, choose New Entries to enter the following data: Credit Control Area 1000 3. Choose Save. Description Credit control area 1000 Currency INR Update 000012 FY Variant V3

3.4 Creating Company Code


Use
In this activity you create your company code. The company code is an organizational unit used in accounting. It is used to structure the business organization from a financial accounting perspective. If you would like to create several company codes, its recommended to create it as a copy of an existing company code. This has the advantage that you also copy the existing company code-specific parameters. If necessary, you can then change certain data in the relevant application.

Procedure
1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Transaction code IMG menu OX02 Enterprise Structure Definition Financial Accounting Edit, Copy, Delete, Check Company Code

2. On the Choose Activity dialog box, choose Edit Company Code Data. 3. On the Change View Company Code: Overview screen, choose New Entries to enter the following data. Company Code 1000 4. Choose Save. 5. Maintain the address data for your Company Code. Company Name SAP Best Practices City Bangalore Country IN Currency INR Language EN

3.5 Entering Global Parameters for Company Code


Use
In this activity, you can make various global specifications for the company code. In addition, you can look at the most important specifications of the company code at any time in the overview. This includes, among other things, the chart of accounts and the fiscal year variant.

Procedure
1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Transaction code IMG menu OBY6 Financial Accounting Financial Accounting Global Settings Company Code Enter Global Parameters

2. On the Change View Company Code Global Data: Overview screen, switch the screen to Change mode, if necessary. SAP AG Page 8 of 33

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3. Select the line with Company Code 1000. 4. Choose Details. 5. On the Change View Company Code Global Data: Details screen, enter the following data: Accounting organization Chart of accts Company Credit control area Fiscal Year Variant VAT Registration No. Processing parameters Field status variant Pstng period variant Max. Exchange rate deviation Workflow variant CoCd CO Area Negative postings Cash Management activated 6. Choose Save. 0010 0010 10 0001 2 X X 1000 V3 2940058451 YAIN

3.6 Checking for Duplicate Invoices


Use
In this step, you specify for each company code that the system is to check for duplicate invoices when invoices are entered. This check prevents incoming invoices being accidentally entered and paid more than once.

Procedure
1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Transaction code IMG menu SM30 with Customizing Object V_169P_DC Materials Management Logistics Invoice Verification Incoming Invoice Set Check for Duplicate Invoices

2. On the Change View Duplicate Invoice Check: Overview screen, switch the screen to Change mode, if necessary. 3. Select the line with CoCd (Company Code) 1000. 4. Choose Details. 5. On the Change View Company Code Global Data: Details screen, enter the following data: CoCd 1000 Name SAP Best Practices Check co. code X Check reference X Check inv. date X

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3.7 Configuring Price Change in Previous Period/Year


Use
In this IMG activity, you configure price changes in the previous period or year. Within the framework of inflation accounting in Materials Management (MM), the system can post the replacement cost resulting from replacement cost valuation (Market Price Determination or Inflation Index Adjustment) as a price change in Financial Accounting (FI). You make the system settings in this IMG activity if you want a price change that was posted in the previous period to be carried forward to the current period.

Procedure
1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Transaction code IMG menu OMRN Materials Management Valuation and Account Assignment Balance Sheet Valuation Procedures Determine Re-acquisition price adjusting for inflation Price Changes Configure Price Change in Previous Period/Previous Year

2. On the Change View Price Change in Previous Period, not in Current Period: Overview screen, switch the screen to Change mode, if necessary. 3. Select the line with CoCd (Company Code) 1000. 4. Enter the following data: CoCd 1000 5. Choose Save. Price carr. over [check box empty]

3.8 Assigning Company Code to Controlling Area


Use
In this step you assign the company codes for which you want to carry out common cost controlling to a controlling area. You may carry out cross-company code cost accounting only by explicitly assigning the company codes to a controlling area.

Procedure
1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Transaction code IMG menu OX19 Enterprise Structure Assignment Controlling Assign company code to controlling area

2. On the Change View Basic data: Overview screen, select the line with COAr (controlling area) set to 1000. 3. Double-click the folder Assignment of company code(s). 4. Enter the following data: CoCd 1000 SAP AG Company name SAP Best Practices Page 10 of 33

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3.9 Assigning Company Code to Financial Management Area


3.9.1 Use
In this step, you assign company codes to a credit control area.

Assigning Company Code to Credit Control Area

Procedure
1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Transaction code IMG menu OB38 Enterprise Structure Assignment Financial Accounting Assign company code to credit control area

2. On the Change View Assign company code credit control area: Overview screen, find the lines with CoCd (Company Code) set to 1000. 3. Enter the following data: CoCd 1000 4. Choose Save. Company Name SAP Best Practices City Bangalore CCAr 1000 Overwrite CC area X

3.9.2 Use

Creating Personnel Area

In this step, you assign personnel areas. The personnel area is an organizational unit that represents a specific area of the enterprise and is organized according to aspects of personnel, time management and payroll. A personnel area is divided into several personnel subareas.

Procedure
1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Transaction code IMG menu SM30 with Customizing Object T500P Enterprise Structure Definition Human Resources Management Personnel Areas

2. In the Choose Activity dialog box, choose Human Resources definition | Personnel areas. 3. On the Change View Personnel Areas: Overview screen, choose New Entries. 4. Enter the following data: Personnel area 1000 1100 5. Choose Save. Region 1000 Region 1100

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3.9.3 Use

Creating Personnel Subareas

In this step, you assign personnel subareas. A personnel subarea is an organizational unit that represents a specific area of the company organized according to certain aspects of personnel, time management and payroll.

Procedure
1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Transaction code IMG menu SM30 with Customizing Object V_T001P Enterprise Structure Definition Human Resources Management Personnel Subareas

2. In the IMG activities overview dialog box, choose Human Resources definition |Personnel subareas. 3. In the Choose Activity dialog box, choose Create Personnel subareas. 4. In the Determine Work Area: Entry dialog box, enter 1000, and choose Enter. 5. On the Change View Personnel Area/Subarea: Overview screen, choose New Entries. 6. Enter the following data. Personnel subarea 1010 1020 7. Choose Save. Pers. Subarea text City 1 City 2

3.10 Defining and Assigning Sales Organization


3.10.1 Use
In this step, you define the sales organizations in your company.

Defining Sales Organization

Procedure
1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Transaction code IMG menu OVX5 Enterprise Structure Definition Sales and Distribution Define, copy, delete, check sales organization

2. On the Change View Sales organizations: Overview screen, choose New Entries. 3. Enter the following data: Field Sales Organization (Description) Statistics currency Address text name SAP AG Value entered 1000 Dom. Sales Org INR YBIN_ADR1 Page 12 of 33

SAP Best Practices Letter header text Footer lines text Greeting text name Cust. Inter-co.bill 4. Choose Save and Back. 5. Choose New Entries. 6. Enter the following data. Field Sales Organization (Description) Statistics currency Address text name Letter header text Footer lines text Greeting text name Cust. Inter-co.bill

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Value entered 1100 Int. Sales Org INR YBIN_ADR1 YBIN_HEAD1 YBIN_FOOTER ADRS_SIGNATURE

7. Maintain the Address Data for each sales organization. 8. Choose Save.

3.10.2 Use

Assigning Sales Organization to Company Code

In this step, you assign a sales organization to your company code. You can use this step to define the allocation of sales organizations to company codes. This establishes a link between the SD and FI systems. A sales organization belongs to just one company code.

Procedure
1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Transaction code IMG menu OVX3 Enterprise Structure Assignment Sales and Distribution Assign sales organization to company code

2. On the Sales Organizations -> Company Code: Overview screen, select Sales Organization 1000 and 1100 and assign both to Company Code 1000. 3. Choose Save.

3.11 Defining Distribution Channel


Use
In this step, you define the distribution channels in your company, adapting the functional scope of a distribution channel to your organization.

Procedure
1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: SAP AG Page 13 of 33

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2. In the Choose Activity dialog box, choose Define distribution channel. 3. On the Change View Distribution Channels: Overview screen, choose New Entries. 4. Enter the following data. Distr. Channel 10 20 30 5. Choose Save. Name Direct Sales Wholesale Other Sales

3.12 Assigning Distribution Channel to Sales Organization


Use
In this step, you allocate the distribution channels to a sales organization. In this case as many distribution channels as desired can belong to a sales organization. In addition, a distribution channel can be valid for several sales organizations.

Procedure
1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Transaction code IMG menu OVXK Enterprise Structure Assignment Sales and Distribution Assign distribution channel to sales organization

2. On the Sales Organization Distribution Channels: Overview screen, choose New Entries and maintain the following assignments: SOrg 1000 1000 1000 1100 1100 1100 3. Choose Save. Name Dom. Sales Org Dom. Sales Org Dom. Sales Org Int. Sales Org Int. Sales Org Int. Sales Org DChl 10 20 30 10 20 30 Name Direct Sales Wholesale Other Sales Direct Sales Wholesale Other Sales

3.13 Creating Divisions


Use
In this step, you define the divisions at your company. You use divisions to group together materials, products, or services. The system uses the division to determine the sales areas and business areas to which a material, product, or service is assigned.

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Procedure
1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Transaction code IMG menu OMSP Logistics - General Material Master Settings for Key Fields Define Divisions

2. On the Change View Divisions: Overview screen, choose New Entries. 3. Enter the following data: Division 10 20 4. Choose Save. Name Product Division 10 Product Division 20

3.14 Assigning Division to Sales Organization


Use
In this step, you allocate as many divisions as desired to a sales organization. Any one division can belong to several sales organizations.

Procedure
1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Transaction code IMG menu OVXA Enterprise Structure Assignment Sales and Distribution Assign division to sales organization

2. On the Assignment Sales Organization - Division: Overview screen, choose New Entries and create the following entries: SOrg. 1000 1000 1100 1100 3. Choose Save. Name Dom. Sales Org Dom. Sales Org Int. Sales Org Int. Sales Org Dv 10 20 10 20 Name Product Division 10 Product Division 20 Product Division 10 Product Division 20

3.15 Setting up Sales Area


Use
In this step, you set up the sales areas. You can create a sales area for any combination of sales organization, distribution channel and division.

Procedure
1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Transaction code OVXG

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2. On the Assignment Sales Org. Distribution Channel Division screen, choose New Entries and create the following entries: SOrg. 1000 1000 1000 1100 1100 1100 3. Choose Save. Name Dom. Sales Org Dom. Sales Org Dom. Sales Org Int. Sales Org Int. Sales Org Int. Sales Org DChl 10 20 30 10 20 30 Name Direct Sales Wholesale Other Sales Direct Sales Wholesale Other Sales Dv 10 10 10 10 10 10 Name Product Division 10 Product Division 10 Product Division 10 Product Division 10 Product Division 10 Product Division 10

3.16 Defining Common Distribution Channels


Use
In this menu option, you define common distribution channels. You use this menu item to define distribution channels which have common master data. The allocation is valid within a sales organization.

Procedure
1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Transaction code IMG menu VOR1 Sales and Distribution Master Data Define Common Distribution Channels

2. On the Change View Dist.Channel per Sales Org.- Assign Master Data: Overview screen, make the following entries. SOrg. 1000 1000 1000 1100 1100 1100 3. Choose Save. DChi 10 20 30 10 20 30 Name Direct Sales Wholesale Other Sales Direct Sales Wholesale Other Sales DChConds 10 20 30 10 20 30 Name Direct Sales Wholesale Other Sales Direct Sales Wholesale Other Sales DChCust/Mt 10 20 30 10 20 30 Name Direct Sales Wholesale Other Sales Direct Sales Wholesale Other Sales

3.17 Defining Common Divisions


Use
In this step, you define the divisions that common master data should apply to. The definition is valid within each sales organization.

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Procedure
1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Transaction code IMG menu VOR2 Sales and Distribution Master Data Define Common Divisions

2. On the Change View Org.Unit: Divisions per Sales Org Assign Master Data: Overview screen, make the following entries: SOrg. 1000 1000 1100 1100 3. Choose Save. Dv 10 20 10 20 Name Product Division 10 Product Division 20 Product Division 10 Product Division 20 DivCon 10 20 10 20 Name Product Division 10 Product Division 20 Product Division 10 Product Division 20 DivCus 20 20 20 20 Name Product Division 10 Product Division 20 Product Division 10 Product Division 20

3.18 Creating Purchasing Organization


Use
In this step, you create a purchasing organization in your company.

Procedure
1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Transaction code IMG menu OX08 Enterprise Structure Definition Materials Management Maintain purchasing organization

2. On the Change View Purchasing Organizations: Overview screen, choose New Entries. 3. Enter the following data: Purch. Organization 1000 4. Choose Save. Purch. org. descr. Purchasing Org. 1000

3.19 Assigning Purchasing Organization to Company Code


Use
In this step, you assign purchasing organizations to company codes.

Procedure
1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Transaction code OX01

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2. On the Purchasing Organizations -> Company Code: Overview screen, select Company Code 1000 and assign it to Purchasing organization 1000. 3. Choose Save.

3.20 Creating Plant


3.20.1 Use
In this step you assign each plant to a company code. A plant can only belong to one company code.

Defining Plant

Procedure
1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Transaction code IMG menu OX10 Enterprise Structure Definition Logistics - General Define, copy, delete, check plant

2. In the Choose Activity dialog box, choose Define Plant. 3. On the Change View Plants: Overview screen, choose New Entries, and make the following entries. Plnt 1000 1100 5. Choose Save. Name 1 Plant 1 Plant 2

4. Maintain the address data for each plant.

3.20.2 Use

Defining Plant Parameters

In this step, you make general plant settings.

Procedure
1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Transaction code IMG menu SM30 with Customizing Object V_159L Materials Management Inventory Management and Physical inventory Plant Parameters

2. On the Change View General plant settings in inventory Management: Overview screen, choose New Entries. 3. Select Plant 1000, and make the following entries: Field Del. Compl. Default BBD/Prod Date SAP AG Entry X X Page 18 of 33

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5. Repeat steps 2 to 4, replacing 1000 with 1100. 6. Choose Save.

3.20.3 Use

Assigning Plant to Company Code

In this step, you assign each plant to a company code. A plant can only belong to one company code.

Procedure
1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Transaction code IMG menu OX18 Enterprise Structure Assignment Logistics - General Assign Plant to Company Code

2. On the Allocation of Plants -> Company Code: Overview screen, make the following assignments. CoCD 1000 SAP Best Practices Plnt 1000 Plant 1 1100 Plant 2 3. Choose Save.

3.20.4 Use

Assigning Standard Purchasing Organization to Plant

In this step, you assign a standard purchasing organization to a plant. If several purchasing organizations procure for a certain plant, you can define one of them as the standard purchasing organization for the transactions.

Procedure
1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Transaction code IMG menu OMKI Enterprise Structure Assignment Materials Management Assign Standard Purchasing Organization to Plant

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2. On the Change View Default Purchasing Organization: Overview screen set 1000 as the Standard Purchasing Organization, as follows. Plnt 1000 1100 3. Choose Save. POrg 1000 1000 Name 1 Plant 1 Plant 2

3.21 Assigning Sales Organization - Distribution Channel - to Plant


Use
In this step, you assign any number of plants to a combination of sales organization and distribution channel. A plant can be assigned more than once.

Procedure
1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Transaction code IMG menu OVX6 Enterprise Structure Assignment Sales and Distribution Assign sales organization distribution channel plant

2. On the Plants Sales Organization/Distribution Channel: Overview screen, make the following assignments. Sales organization/distribution channel 1000 10 Dom. Sales Org Direct Sales Assign to Plants 1000 Plant 1 1100 Plant 2 1000 20 Dom. Sales Org Wholesale 1000 Plant 1 1100 Plant 2 1000 30 Dom. Sales Org Other Sales 1000 Plant 1 1100 Plant 2 1100 10 Int. Sales Org Direct Sales 1000 Plant 1 1100 Plant 2 1100 20 Int. Sales Org Wholesale 1000 Plant 1 1100 Plant 2 1100 30 Int. Sales Org Other Sales 1000 Plant 1 1100 Plant 2 3. Choose Save.

3.22 Assigning Purchasing Organization to Plant


Use
In this step, you assign purchasing organizations to the plants for which they are responsible. You have the following options: SAP AG Page 20 of 33

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One purchasing organization procures for one plant. This is plant-specific purchasing. One purchasing organization procures for several plants. Several purchasing organizations procure for one plant.

Procedure
1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Transaction code IMG menu 0X17 Enterprise Structure Assignment Materials Management Assign purchasing organization to plant

2. On the Plants Purchasing Organization: Overview screen, make the following assignments. POrg 1000 1000 3. Choose Save. Description Purch. Org 1000 Purch. Org 1000 Plnt 1000 1100 Name 1 Plant 1 Plant 2

3.23 Defining Shipping Points


Use
In the step, you define the shipping points and adapt them to your organization.

Procedure
1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Transaction code IMG menu OVXD Enterprise Structure Definition Logistics Execution Define, copy, delete, check shipping point

2. In the Choose Activity dialog box, choose Define Point. 3. On the Change View Shipping Points: Overview screen, choose New Entries, and make the following entries. Shipping Point 1000 100R 1100 100R 4. Choose Save. Description Shipping Point 1000 Shipping Point 100R Shipping Point 1100 Shipping Point 110R Departure/Transportation Zone 0000000001 0000000001 0000000001 0000000001 Factory Calendar 01 01 01 01

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3.24 Assigning Shipping Point to Plant


Use
In this step you allocate as many shipping points as desired to the plants. Any one shipping point can belong to several plants.

Procedure
1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Transaction code IMG menu OVXC Enterprise Structure Assignment Logistics Execution Assign shipping point to plant

2. On the Shipping Points Plants: Overview screen, make the following assignments. Plants 1000 Plant 1 1100 Plant 2 Assign to Shipping Points Shipping Point 1000 Shipping Point 100R Shipping Point 1100 Shipping Point 110R 3. Choose Save.

3.25 Defining Loading Groups


Use
In this step you define the loading groups. You enter the loading groups defined here in the material master record for the sales data for each plant.

Procedure
1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Transaction code IMG menu OVSX Logistics Execution Shipping Basic Shipping Functions Shipping Point and Goods Receiving Point Determination Define Loading Groups Description Crane Forklift Manual

2. On the Routes:Loading Groups: Overview screen, make the following entries. LGrp 0002 0003 0004 3. Choose Save.

3.26 Defining Transportation Groups


Use

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In this step you define the transportation groups. You specify the transportation groups defined here in sales/plant data of the material master record. The transportation group is copied into the delivery item.

Procedure
1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Transaction code IMG menu OVSY Sales and Distribution Basic Functions Routes Route Determination Define Transportation Groups

2. On the Change View Deliver Scheduling: Transportation Groups: Overview screen, make the following assignments. Trans. grp 0001 0002 0003 0004 0005 3. Choose Save. Description On pallets In liquid form Container Parcel Bulk Product

3.27 Defining Shipping Conditions


Use
In this step you enter the shipping conditions defined in the customer master record in the sales data for each sales area. The SAP system copies the shipping condition into the sales document header.

Procedure
1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Transaction code IMG menu OVSF Logistics Execution Shipping Basic Shipping Functions Shipping Point and Goods Receiving Point Determination Define Shipping Conditions

2. On the Change View Shipping Conditions: Overview screen, make the following assignments. SC 01 02 03 04 RE Description Standard Pick-up Immediately Transport Service Returns

3. Choose Save.

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3.28 Shipping Point Determination


Use
In this step you allocate the shipping points to the desired combinations of shipping condition and loading group for each plant.

Procedure
1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Transaction code IMG menu OVL2 Logistics Execution Shipping Basic Shipping Functions Shipping Point and Goods Receiving Point Determination Assign Shipping Points

2. On the Change View Shipping Point Determination: Overview screen, make the following assignments. SC 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 02 02 02 02 02 02 02 02 03 03 03 03 03 03 03 03 04 LGrp 0001 0002 0003 0004 0001 0002 0003 0004 0001 0002 0003 0004 0001 0002 0003 0004 0001 0002 0003 0004 0001 0002 0003 0004 0001 Plnt 1000 1000 1000 1000 1100 1100 1100 1100 1000 1000 1000 1000 1100 1100 1100 1100 1000 1000 1000 1000 1100 1100 1100 1100 1000 PrShP 1000 1000 1000 1000 1100 1100 1100 1100 1000 1000 1000 1000 1100 1100 1100 1100 1000 1000 1000 1000 1100 1100 1100 1100 1000

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SAP Best Practices SC 04 04 04 04 04 04 04 RE RE RE RE RE RE RE RE 3. Choose Save. LGrp 0002 0003 0004 0001 0002 0003 0004 0001 0002 0003 0004 0001 0002 0003 0004

Enterprise Structure (101): Configuration Guide Plnt 1000 1000 1000 1100 1100 1100 1100 1000 1000 1000 1000 1100 1100 1100 1100 PrShP 1000 1000 1000 1100 1100 1100 1100 100R 100R 100R 100R 110R 110R 110R 110R

3.29 Creating Storage Location


Use
In this step you create a storage location, which is the place where stock is physically kept within a plant.

Procedure
1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Transaction code IMG menu OX09 Enterprise Structure Definition Materials Management Maintain Storage Location

2. On the Determine Work Area: Entry screen, enter 1000, and choose Enter. 3. On the Change View Storage Locations: Overview screen, enter the following: Plant 1000 SLoc 1020 1030 1040 1050 1060 1100 1030 1040 1060 SAP AG Description Shop floor Shipping (L WM) Shipping w/o LWM Stores (Lean) Returns Shipping (L WM) Shipping w/o LWM Returns Page 25 of 33

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3.30 Defining Storage Conditions


Procedure
1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Transaction code IMG menu SM30 Logistics Execution Shipping Picking Determine Picking Location Define storage conditions Description storage condition1 storage condition 2

2. On the Change View Storage conditions: Overview screen, enter the following: SC 01 02 3. Choose Save.

3.31 Assigning Picking Locations


Use
In this step you assign the picking locations to the combinations of shipping point and storage condition for every plant.

Procedure
1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Transaction code IMG menu OVL3 Logistics Execution Shipping Picking Determine Picking Location Assign Picking Location

2. On the Change View Picking Location Determination: Overview screen, enter the following: ShPt 1000 1000 1000 100R 100R 100R 1100 1100 1100 3. Choose Save. Plnt 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1100 1100 1100 10 20 10 20 10 20 SC SLoc 1030 1030 1030 1060 1060 1060 1130 1130 1130

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3.32 Creating Sales Office


Use
In this step you define the sales offices in your company.

Procedure
1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Transaction code IMG menu OVX1 Enterprise Structure Definition Sales and Distribution Maintain sales office Description Sales Office 100 Sales Office 110

2. On the Change View Sales offices: Overview screen, enter the following data: Sales Office 100 110 4. Choose Save.

3. Maintain the Address Data for each Sales Office.

3.33 Assigning Sales Office to Sales Area


Use
In this step you allocate as many sales offices as desired to the sales areas. Any one sales office can belong to several sales areas at the same time. The sales areas previously defined are automatically proposed as defaults for allocation.

Procedure
1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Transaction code IMG menu SPRO Enterprise Structure Assignment Sales and Distribution Assign sales office to sales area

2. On the Sales Offices Sales Area: Overview screen, make the following assignments: SOrg. 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1100 SAP AG Name Dom. Sales Dom. Sales Dom. Sales Dom. Sales Dom. Sales Dom. Sales Int. Sales DChl 10 20 30 10 20 30 10 Name Direct Sales Wholesale Other Sales Direct Sales Wholesale Other Sales Direct Sales Dv 10 10 10 20 20 20 10 Name Product Division 10 Product Division 10 Product Division 10 Product Division 20 Product Division 20 Product Division 20 Product SOff. 100 100 100 100 100 100 110 Name Sales Office 100 Sales Office 100 Sales Office 100 Sales Office 100 Sales Office 100 Sales Office 100 Sales Page 27 of 33

SAP Best Practices SOrg. 1100 1100 1100 1100 1100 Name Int. Sales Int. Sales Int. Sales Int. Sales Int. Sales DChl 20 30 10 20 30

Enterprise Structure (101): Configuration Guide Name Wholesale Other Sales Direct Sales Wholesale Other Sales Dv 10 10 20 20 20 Name Division 10 Product Division 10 Product Division 10 Product Division 20 Product Division 20 Product Division 20 110 110 110 110 110 SOff. Name Office 110 Sales Office 110 Sales Office 110 Sales Office 110 Sales Office 110 Sales Office 110

3. Choose Save.

3.34 Maintaining Sales Group


Use
In this step you define sales groups in your company. The definition of sales groups is optional. You can use the SD system without creating sales groups.

Procedure
1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Transaction code IMG menu OVX4 Enterprise Structure Definition Sales and Distribution Maintain sales group Description Sales Group 100 Sales Group 110

2. On the Change View Sales Groups: Overview screen, enter the following data: Sales group 100 110 3. Choose Save.

3.35 Assigning Sales Group to Sales Office


Use
In this step you assign as many sales groups as desired to the sales offices. Any one sales group can belong to several sales offices.

Procedure
1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Transaction code IMG menu OVXJ Enterprise Structure Assignment Sales and Distribution Assign sales group to sales office

2. On the Sales Groups Sales Office: Overview screen, make the following assignments. SOff. SAP AG Description SGrp Description Page 28 of 33

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100 110 3. Choose Save.

Sales Office 100 Sales Office 110

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Sales Group 100 Sales Group 110

3.36 Maintaining Transportation Planning Point


Use
In this step you define a transportation planning point. The transportation planning point is responsible for planning shipments with particular features. A shipment is assigned to one transportation planning point.

Procedure
1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Transaction code IMG menu OVX4 Enterprise Structure Definition Sales and Distribution Maintain sales group Description Transp. 1000 CoCd 1000

2. On the Change View Sales Groups: Overview screen, enter the following data: TPPt 1000 3. Choose Save.

3.37 Creating Purchasing Group


Use
In this step you create purchasing groups. A purchasing group can be an individual or a group of individuals.

Procedure
1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Transaction code IMG menu OME4 Materials Management Purchasing Create Purchasing Groups Desc. Pur. Grp Group 100 Group 101 Group 102 Group 103 Group 110 Group 111 Group 112 Group 113 Tel. No. Pur. Grp 770 840 9421 770 840 9421 770 840 9421 770 840 9421 770 840 9421 770 840 9421 770 840 9421 770 840 9421 Fax number 770 840 9000 770 840 9000 770 840 9000 770 840 9000 770 840 9000 770 840 9000 770 840 9000 770 840 9000 Tel. Ext. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Page 29 of 33

2. On the Change View Purchasing Groups: Overview screen, enter the following data: Purchasing group 100 101 103 103 110 111 112 113 SAP AG

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3.38 Defining Business Place


Use
In this step you define business places used in tax accounting. A business place is an organizational unit below company code level that is primarily used for reporting taxes on sales/purchases. The field Tax Number 1 must contain the VAT TIN (Tax Identification Number).

Procedure
1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Transaction code IMG menu SM30 with Customizing Object J_1BBRANCV Cross-Application Components General Application Functions Cross-Application Document Numbering Philippines Business Place Define Business Places

2. On the Determine Work Area: Entry screen, enter company code 1000. 3. On the Change View Business Places: Overview screen, choose New Entries. 4. Make the following entries. Business Place 1000 Name 1 Production Plant Tax Number 1 25040101333

5. Choose Address (Shift+F5) and enter the following: Address Name1 Name2 Search terms Search term 1 Search term 2 Street address Street 2 Street 3 Street Postal Code City Country Region Time zone Transportation zone Communication Language SAP AG Selection 2 EN Page 30 of 33 Text Text Text Text Text Selection Selection Selection Selection 40 40 40 10 40 3 3 6 10 Plot No. BB, 3rd Phase Dist: Valsad 7/4 Brunton Road 560025 Bangalore IN GJ INDIA 560025 Text Text 20 20 Text Text 40 40 Production Plant Production Plant

SAP Best Practices Telephone Extension Mobile Phone Fax Fax Extension E-Mail Standard Comm. Method 6. Choose Save. Text Text Text Text Text Text Selection

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7. On the Change View Business Places: Overview screen, choose New Entries. 8. Make the following entries. Business Place 1100 Name 1 Distribution Center Tax Number 1 28800314812

9. Choose Address (Shift+F5) and enter the following: Address Name1 Name2 Search terms Search term 1 Search term 2 Street address Street 2 Street 3 Street Postal Code City Country Region Time zone Transportation zone Communication Language Telephone Extension Mobile Phone Fax Fax Extension SAP AG Selection Text Text Text Text Text 2 30 10 30 30 10 Page 31 of 33 EN Text Text Text Text Text Selection Selection Selection Selection 40 40 40 10 40 3 3 6 10 Survey No. XXX, Medak Road Gagillpur Village 7/4 Brunton Road 560025 Bangalore IN GJ INDIA 560025 Text Text 20 20 Text Text 40 40 Distribution Center Distribution Center

SAP Best Practices E-Mail Standard Comm. Method 10. Choose Save. Text Selection

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In customer implementation project, for example, you may want to copy 1000 to 1021, 1100 to 1051 and so on. For example, business place codes are same as the plant codes.

3.39 Assigning Business Places to Plants


Use
In this step you assign business places to plants.

Procedure
1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Transaction code IMG menu SM30 with Customizing Object J_1BT001WV Cross-Application Components General Application Functions Cross-Application Document Numbering Philippines Business Place Assign Business Places to Plants

2. On the Change View Assign Business Places to Plants: Overview screen, make the following entries. Plant 1000 1100 3. Choose Save. Business Place 1000 1100

3.40 Activating Business Places


Use
In this activity, you activate the business place per country, by entering the country and setting the BP Active indicator.

Procedure
1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Transaction code IMG menu SM30 with Customizing Object VIDBUPLA_ACTIVE Cross-Application Components General Application Functions Cross-Application Document Numbering Philippines Business Place Activate Business Place

2. On the Change View Activate Business Places to Plants: Overview screen, make the following entries. SAP AG Page 32 of 33

SAP Best Practices Country Key IN 3. Choose Save.

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