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Batch Mgmt

Batch Mgmt

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Q02 - Batch Management (incl. Batch Derivation)
This Building Block contains all necessary settings for Batch Management
(incl. Batch Derivation).

In SAP Best Practices for Chemicals all materials except packaging materials
(material type VERP) and spare parts for Plant Maintenance (material type
ERSA) are managed by batches. Batches are unique at material level (class
type 023).

Internal number will be assigned to all batches during goods receipt and
manufacturing. The appropriate batch number will be generated
automatically by using standard user exits.

For analysis of stock and batch data Batch Information Cockpit (BIC) is used.
The selection screen for BIC is designed according to the needs of the
chemicals industry. Batch Information Cockpit is a powerful tool for selecting
and displaying the available information about individual batches. You can use
this information to react quickly to inquiries or problems and to meet legal

SAP Best Practices for Chemicals also shows how Batch Derivation can be
used. In SAP R/3 the expiration date is based on the production date and the
total shelf life. This refers for purchased materials (the date of production is
entered at goods receipt), as well as internal production of materials (date of
production from a process order). The shelf life of a material is a fixed time
span in the material master and cannot be defined on the batch level. In SAP
R/3, the production date is defined as the date of goods receipt from a
production order.

This does not comply with the requirements in the chemicals industry, where
the production date is defined as the date when the bulk material was
manufactured first time. If a bulk is used in the production of the finished
product (e.g. packaging of paint or granulte into boxes), the expiration date of
the finished product is usually the expiration date of the bulk material,
independent of the shelf life determined in the Material Master of the finished

Function List
The following functions are provided to support the Batch Management
(incl. Batch Derivation) Building Block:
Upload of standard Batch Management objects from client 000
Batch level definition
Expiry date activation
Setting up user exit for batch number generation
Setting up Batch-Where-Used-Lust
Activation of Batch Derivation
Number ranges for derivation and condition record
Access sequences
Creation of additional batch characteristics and classes
Creation of classification view in material master
Derivation recipient record for material types

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