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2. Open the Controlling folder.

3. Open the Internal Orders folder


4. Open the Master Data folder.
5. The goal is to create an internal order with Easy Cost Planning. Double click where shown.
6. Choose the Create button.
7. Choose "Button".
8. Enter: [Procurement IT (PCs)] via the keyboard.
9. Enter business area [9900] via the keyboard.
10. Enter cost center [1000] via the keyboard.
11. Click where shown.
12. Create an Easy Cost Planning. Choose Costing.
13. Choose the planning form Computer Equipment
14. This is a simple model for computer equipment. Enter the number of computers [10] via the keyboard.
15. To define the harddisk size in GB, choose the dropdown listbox.
16. Choose 9 GB.
17. Define the MHz by choosing the dropdown listbox.
18. Choose 700 MHz.
19. Confirm your entries to valuate the materials and internal activities.
20. To see the line items, click where shown.
21. Click where shown.
22. Save the internal order.
23. Choose the newly created internal order 65000242 in the worklist.
24. ...and change it.
25. Enter the calculation again.
26. Now, it is possible to use the Easy Execution Services. Click where shown.
27. The result is a new frame, where the service can be selected by using the dropdown listbox.
28. Choose Purchase order.
29. The system selects the materials in the costing structure. In order to create a purchase order, enter a planned
delivery date [170502] via the keyboard.
30. Click where shown.
31. Mark the line.
32. The selected line item can now be ordered by clicking the "Post" button.
33. To see the posted line items, click where shown.
34. It is possible to drill down to the document from here, but we will not do this. Click where shown to go back.
35. Leave the transaction.
36. Confirm the changes.
37. Close the Accounting folder.
38. Open the Logistics folder .
39. Open the Materials Management folder .
40. Open the Purchasing folder.
41. Open the Purchase Order folder .
42. Open the Follow-On Functions folder.
43. Start the Goods Receipt transaction.
44. Use F4-help to search for the purchase order.
45. Enter the number of the internal order [65000424] via the keyboard.
46. Confirm.
47. Choose the purchase order by double clicking.
48. Confirm.
49. The material can be seen. Set the Item OK checkmark.
50. Post the goods receipt.
51. Leave the transaction.
52. Close the Logistics folder.
53. Open the Accounting folder again.
54. Open the Information System folder for the internal orders.
55. Open the Line Items folder.
56. Start the report "Orders: Actual Line Items" .
57. Execute the report.
58. To start the Document Relationship Browser from a report, choose Environment.
59. Choose Relationship Browser from the menu.
60. Open the Material document folder to see the documents that are related to the material document of the goods
receipt that was posted some steps ago.
61. Open the Purchase Order folder.
62. To see the document, double click where shown.
63. Leave the purchase order.
64. Change the layout of the browser.
65. Choose Logical System.
66. Click where shown.
67. Choose Name of the Logical System.
68. Click where shown.
69. Choose Object Type.
70. Click where shown.
71. Confirm.
72. The systems also displays the documentat that are stored in systems that are linked via ALE or documents that
are already archived. Leave the transaction.
73. Leave the line item report.
74. Confirm.
75. Leave the transaction.
76. Create another favorite by clicking where shown.
77. Enter the transaction code for the Document Relationship Browser [alo1] via the keyboard.
78. Confirm.
79. Start the transaction.
80. This is the selection screen for the Document Relationship Browser. You can choose all kinds of document
types.
81. Click on the Execute button.
82. Enter date [100402] via the keyboard.
83. Enter date [120402] via the keyboard.
84. Confirm.
85. Execute the report.
86. All selected documents are displayed. The relationships can be displayed by double-clicking.
87. This is the end of this i-Tutor session on "Easy Cost Planning, Easy Execution Services and the Document
Relationship Browser". I hope you enjoyed it.