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Plant Maintenance Customizing

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Plant Maintenance Customizing
IMG \u2013 Implementation guide for (R/3) customizing
Implementation Guide for R/3 Customizing (IMG)
The IMG (Implementation Guide for R/3 Customizing)
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Lists all actions required for implementing the SAP System
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Helps you to control and document the implementation
Please note that the paper version of the IMG is shorter than the online version. In the online
system, additional information is provided.
The SIMG_ALL structure is the library that contains all sections for implementing the various
components (for example, Materials Management, Sales & Distribution, Financial Accounting).
Plant Maintenance and Customer Service
This section contains all the information required for the implementation of Plant Maintenance
and Customer Service.
Topics
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Master Data in Plant Maintenance and Customer Service
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Maintenance of Plans, Work Centers, Task Lists and PRT\u2019s (Production Resource
Tools).
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Maintenance and Service Processing
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Information System for Plant Maintenance and Customer Service
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Work Clearance Management.
See next page
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1.1. Master Data in Plant Maintenance and Customer Service
Topics : Basic Settings, Technical Objects and Bill of Materials
This menu contains the information for the implementation of Plant Maintenance.
You must have defined the plant maintenance organizational structure in your system before you

proceed with customizing.
This involves maintaining the planning plants and maintenance plants as organizational units.
A distinction is made in Plant Maintenance between planning plants and maintenance plants.

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Maintenance plant
You can manage technical objects and the work centers responsible for for carrying out the work
in a maintenance plant.
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Planning plant

The planning plant is a plant where you define maintenance task lists, carry out materials planning on the basis of the BOMs in task lists and perform maintenance orders, manage and schedule maintenance plans, enter maintenance notifications and process maintenance orders for the associated maintenance plants.

Recommendation

You should always use planning plants when maintenance planning is to be carried out centrally in one plant for several plants. If each plant is independent from a maintenance point of view, each plant is then also a planning plant.

Note on the implementation of Plant Maintenance

Note that there are many areas that will overlap with the implementation of components 'MM' (Materials Management) and 'PP' (Production Planning) when you are customizing the system for Plant Maintenance.

If you discover settings that are not relevant to Plant Maintenance, you should only change or
delete these after consultation with the appropriate project groups.
1.1Basic Settings
In this step, you maintain the settings that cannot be directly assigned to any master data area.
1.1.1.a Maintain Authorizations for Master Data

In this section, you see which authorization objects are defined in the standard system for the
individual application functions. You can maintain authorizations for these objects in the R/3
System.

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The easiest way to maintain authorizations is by using roles.
Note that the maintenance of authorizations using roles is a new function. The previous
procedure is still supported and is described below.
This step is used to create Activity groups and generate authorization profiles using the Profile
Generator.
Activities
To assign an authorization profile to a user, do the following:

1. Create an activity group
2. Enter a description
3. Select transactions
4. Create and edit authorizations
5. Assigns users and compare the user master (in doing so, the profile is entered in the user's
master record)
6. Transport activity groups, if desired

Detailed documentation
For more information about the procedures, see transaction documentation
Note

You can also use authorization profiles you created manually or were delivered by SAP, in activity groups. You can create an activity group without a menu and include the corresponding profile in the authorization data of the activity group.

In the fourth step, choose "Edit -> Add authorization -> From profile" to add the authorization
profile data to the activity group.
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