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Contents 1. Introduction ..1 1.1 What is ERP ? 1.2 Introduction about SAP 1.3 What Makes SAP Difference 1.4 SAP R/3 Core Business Process 1.5 What is the meaning R in R/3 System 1.6 What is SAP System Landscape 2. Enterprise Structure6 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5 2.6 Define Company Define Company Code Define Business Area Define Credit Controlling Area Assign Company Code to Company Assign Credit Controlling Area to Company Code

3. Financial Accounting Global Settings ..10 3.1 Company Code Global Setting 3.2 Activate Extended Withholding Tax 3.3 Define Additional Local Currencies 3.4 Set Company Code to Productive 3.5 Business Area Global Setting 3.6 Fiscal Year Variant 3.6.1 Maintain Fiscal Year Variant 3.6.2 Assign Fiscal Year Variant to Company Code 3.7 Enable Fiscal Year Default 3.8 Enable Default Value Date 3.9 Posting Period Variant 3.9.1 Define Variant for Open Posting Periods 3.9.2 Open & Close Posting Periods 3.9.3 Assign Variant to Company Code 3.10Field Status Variant 3.10.1 Maintain Field Status Variants 3.10.2 Assign Company code to Field Status Variants 3.11Document 3.11.1 Define Document Number Ranges 3.11.2 Copy to Company Code 3.11.3 Copy to Fiscal year 3.11.4 Define Maintain Exchange Rate Differences 3.11.5 Per Foreign Currency 3.12Tolerance Group 3.12.1 Define Tolerance Group for Employees. 3.12.2 Assign Users/Tolerance Groups. 3.12.3 Screen Variant for Document entry 3.12.4 Maximum Exchange rate difference 3.12.5 Define Text for Line Items.

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4. General Ledger Accounting22 4.1 Define Chart of Depreciation 4.2 Define Account Groups 4.3 Retained earnings Account 4.4 Assign Company Code to Chart of Accounts 4.5 G/L Master Records 4.5.1 Creation Of G/L Master Records 4.5.2 Edit Chart of Accounts Data 4.5.3 Edit Company Code Data 4.5.4 Delete G/L Accounts 4.5.5 Delete Chart of Accounts 4.5.6 Create Additional sort key 5. Cash Journal.29 5.1 Create G/L Account for Cash Journal 5.2 Define Document types for Cash Journal 5.3 Define Number Ranges for Cash journal 5.4 Define Number Range intervals for cash journal 5.5 Set up cash journal 5.6 Define Business Transactions 5.7 Setup Print Parameters for cash journal 5.8 Special cash journal designed for the User 6. Foreign Currency Valuation38 6.1 Check Exchange Rate Type 6.2 Define Valuation methods 6.3 Assign G/L Accounting for foreign currency valuation 6.4 Foreign currency valuation at closer 6.5 Foreign Translation Loss/Gain 7. counts Receivable40 7.1 Define Account Groups 7.2 Define Number ranges 7.3 Assign number ranges to vendor account groups 7.4 Dunning 7.4.1 Define Dunning Area 7.4.2 Define Dunning Key 7.4.3 Define Dunning Block Reasons 7.4.4 Dunning Procedures 7.5 Bill of Exchange Receivable 7.5.1 Define Alternative Reconciliation Accounts for Bill of Exchange Receivable. 7.5.2 Define Accounts for Bill of Exchange Transactions 7.5.3 Define Bank Sub Account 7.6 Down Payments 7.6.1 Define Reconciliation Accounts for Customers Down Payments. 7.6.2 Dealer Deposits 8. Accounts Payable 49 8.1 Define Account Groups 8.2 Define Number ranges
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8.3 Assign number ranges to customer account groups 8.4 House Bank 8.4.1 Define House Bank 8.4.2 Configuration Bank Accounts 8.5 Terms Of Payment and cash discount 8.5.1 Maintain Terms of Payments 8.5.2 Creation of G/L Account for Cash discount 8.5.3 Define Automatic Posting for cash discount received 8.5.4 Assign Terms of Payment in Vendor Master Records 8.6 Bill Of Exchange Payable 8.6.1 Define Alternative Reconciliation Account for Bill of Exchange Posting 9. Interest Calculation ..59 9.1 Define Interest Calculation Types 9.2 Define Number ranges for Interest Forms 9.3 Prepare Interest on Arrears calculations 9.4 Prepare Account Balance Interest Calculations. 9.5 Prepare SPL. G/L Transaction Interest Calculations 9.6 Define Reference Interest Rates 9.7 Define Time Based Terms 9.8 Enter Interest Values 9.9 Specify functional module for Interest rate Determination 9.10A/R : Calculation of Interest on Arrears 9.11A/R: Balance Interest Calculation 9.12A/P : Balance Interest Calculation 9.13Assign Forms for Interest Indicators 10. Tax on Sales and Purchase ..72 10.1Check Calculation Procedure 10.2Assign Country to Calculation Procedure. 10.3Check and Change Setting for tax processing 10.4Specify structure for Tax Juristic Code 10.5Define Tax Jurisdiction 10.6Define Tax Codes for Sales & Purchase 10.7Specify Base Amount 10.8Change Foreign Currency Translation 10.9Define Tax Accounts 10.10 Assign Tax Codes for Non Taxable Transaction 11. Extended Withholding Taxes .81 11.1Basic Settings 11.1.1 Check Withholding Tax Countries 11.1.2 Define Official Withholding Tax Code 11.1.3 Define Reasons for Exemption 11.1.4 Check Recipient type 11.1.5 Check Income Type 11.2Calculation 11.2.1 Withholding Tax Type 11.2.1.1 Withholding Tax type for Invoice Posting 11.2.1.2 Define Withholding Tax Type for Payment posting 11.2.1.3 Define Rounding Rule for Withholding Tax Type 11.2.2 Withholding Tax Code10.2.2.1 Define Withholding Tax Code
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11.3Accounts for withholding Tax 11.3.1 Define Accounts for withholding Tax to be paid over 11.3.2 Define Accounts for withholding Tax for Gross Up offsetting Entry 11.4Certificate Numbering for Withholding Tax 11.4.1 Define Numbering Classes 11.4.2 Define Numbering Groups 11.4.3 Define Number Ranges 11.4.4 Assign Numbering Group to Numbering Class 11.4.5 Assign Number Concept to company code country 11.4.6 Numbering Concept Option 1 Assign Numbering Class 12. Creating Balance Sheet & profit and loss Accounts.90 12.1Define Financial Statement Version 13. Integration Between 13.1 Integration Between MM and FI 93 13.2 Integration Between SD and FI .117

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1. Introduction 1.1 What is ERP? Enterprise resource planning software, or ERP, doesnt live up to its acronym. Forget about planningit doesnt do much of thatand forget about resource, a throwaway term. But remember the enterprise part. This is ERPs true ambition. It attempts to integrate all departments and functions across a company onto a single computer system that can serve all those different departments particular needs. ERP is the acronym of Enterprise Resource Planning. ERP utilizes ERP software applications to improve the performance of organizations' resource planning, management control and operational control. ERP software is multi-module application software that integrates activities across functional departments, from product planning, parts purchasing, inventory control, product distribution, to order tracking. ERP software may include application modules for the finance, accounting and human resources aspects of a business. 1.2 Introduction About SAP SAP - Systems, Application, Products in Data Processing. ERP software facilitates the flow of information among all the processes of an organizations supply chain . ERP products are available from several vendors, such as SAP AG, Oracle . The ERP software market leader is SAP AG with the SAP R/3 System SAP was founded in 1972 in Walldorf, Germany. It stands for Systems, Applications and Products in Data Processing. Over the years, it has grown and evolved to become the world premier provider of client/server business solutions for which it is so well known today. The SAP R/3 enterprise application suite for open client/server systems has established a new standards for providing business information management solutions. SAP product are consider excellent but not perfect. The main problems with software product is that it can never be perfect. The main advantage of using SAP as your company ERP system is that SAP have a very high level of integration among its individual applications which guarantee consistency of data throughout the system and the company itself. 1.3 What makes SAP different? One information system in an enterprise All applications access common data Real events in the business initiate transactions Accounting is done automatically by events in sales and production Sales can see when products can be delivered Production schedules are driven by sales The whole system is designed to be real-time and not historical SAP R/3 History SAP R/3 is an ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) software Package. In the acronym SAP: S Systems
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A Applications P Products in Data Processing In 1972, five former IBM programmers formed the company called SAP AG in Germany and released the first version of SAP. Timeline: 1972: SAP AG founded in Germany. 1979: SAP R/2 introduced for mainframe computers. 1992: SAP R/3 released as client-server application. 1996: SAP R/3 became partially Internet enabled. 1997: Developed and launched the new dimension product line including CRM, SCM, and Data Warehousing solutions. 1999: SAP announced mySAP.com, the next generation of its Enterprise Application System, based on the Internet architecture. 2000-2005: Introduced mySAP business Suite, NetWeaver, and XApplications. 1.4 SAP R/3 Core Business Processes

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