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.
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.
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 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.
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
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
6. Transport activity groups, if desired
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.
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