Master Guide

SAP for Discrete Industries and SAP for Mill Products

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................................1 Make to Order OEM ....Implementation Sequence .............2....................1..........3...........2...2 Supplier Portal ...................................1 Maintenance and Service Planning – Installation .....................3.....3 Maintenance and Service Planning – Configuration ..........Implementation Sequence.......................3 Packaging Logistics ......3....... 28 2............................. 16 2...................1 Packaging Logistics .... 33 2...............2.............2....................2 SAP for Automotive Overview.. 40 2...........................2..............3 Supplier . 15 2......................1 Maintenance and Service Planning.1. 27 2..4....1 Operational Procurement & Inbound Logistics ......1.....................1...3..........................5...............1...2.................................................Installation.........3 History of Changes..................................4............................... 28 2..............3..............5.....................3...................................................2............................1 Supplier Portal ....1........... 21 2...........2........................ 37 2................1 Operational Procurement & Inbound Logistics ..1.2..... 8 1...............2................1.....2 Maintenance and Service Planning – Upgrade. 36 2.........................3 Maintenance and Service Planning – Implementation Sequence ...2.........1.....................Overview ......2.........................1..................Installation .......Overview.... 14 2 SAP for Discrete Industries and Mill Products.....................................Overview .........Installation...............................2.........3.......... 27 2................. 33 2...................................................1 Packaging Logistics ......4..............2 Technical System Landscape for Packaging Logistics ..............................5 Packaging Logistics................3................. 28 2......3.. 10 1.2...1 Related Information.................. 20 2.............2...........5.........2.........................3 Supplier Portal ............. 36 2.............................................Implementation Sequence .2 Technical System Landscape for Operational Procurement & Inbound Logistics ........... 25 2..4 Supplier Portal .......... 41 4 .................................. 30 2........................3 Operational Procurement & Inbound Logistics – Implementation Sequence31 2......3... 20 2. 19 2........................3.......1 Maintenance and Service Planning – Overview ...................................................5.2....................1..............2................................2.............................................1.........................................3............2........3...............................1...................................1..Installation.... 41 2..........................................................1.....2...........................2.....................4.............2............................4...........Installation ..............................................................2...................2 Technical System Landscape for Maintenance and Service Planning...........................2 Important SAP Notes ......................3 Make to Order OEM ...................Overview.2......2 Make to Order OEM – Upgrade ........1 SAP for Aerospace & Defense Overview ....3..............................1 Supplier Portal .. 38 2.... 33 2.......................... 31 2.................1............2 Operational Procurement & Inbound Logistics... 26 2.................... 32 2........ 35 2.1 Make to Order OEM .........................................1 Getting Started Contents SAP for Discrete Industries and Mill Products – Master Guide... 19 2..........3 Make to Order OEM – Configuration ......................2..2............ 36 2................... 34 2..........................Configuration ..........................................................1 Make to Order OEM ...................3. 31 2............2..1..............2..1..............................2 Technical System Landscape for Supplier Portal. 8 1 Getting Started.2 Technical System Landscape for Supplier .. 18 2....... 29 2.. 39 2........1 Supplier ....................2.................................1 Supplier ...Overview ......................Implementation Sequence .......................... 19 2....3 Supplier ....1.. 11 1...........2.......................................................................2........................... 33 2............. 19 2....2 Technical System Landscape for Make to Order OEM ............

3..2..3..3...............2.............4 MES for Fabless Manufacturers............2...............2.............................8 Interaction Center for Automotive.........Implementation Sequence .2........1 DRM for Distributors/Resellers Overview ....3 Software Management Configuration .................................2 DRM for Distributors/Resellers..3................1 DRM for Manufacturers/Suppliers Installation ................. 67 2......Implementation Sequence..........................................3...1 Vehicle Management System ............2...............2.... 58 2.......................................................1....................................4................... 46 2..................2 Technical System Landscape for Warranty.................. 61 2........................ 60 2............3..2.............7..................................3.......... 43 2.....2 DRM for Distributors/Resellers Upgrade..1................. 42 2............2............2................................................ 45 2..............................4....................1 Warranty ...............Installation.............. 58 2...........3 Software Management ........7...................8.6.3.....1 DRM for Distributors/Resellers Installation .............................................. 50 2.. 45 2............3.....3 Warranty ............Overview....2 DRM for Manufacturers/Suppliers Upgrade. 62 2................3 Vehicle Management System . 58 2.. 66 2..........................Configuration......................................3..........3......................3.......8..........................2.......................6............ 49 2.......................................................................................Installation...2 Technical System Landscape for MES...3.........6...7 Vehicle Management System.........7........2 Interaction Center for Automotive ....... 62 2.....3...................4......2.....1 Getting Started 2......1 Software Management Overview...........................2 Technical System Landscape for DRM ....3......2...............1 Warranty .3..3.............. 41 2...................3..1 Interaction Center for Automotive .3.................................1...................................3....3......2....3 DRM for Manufacturers/Suppliers Configuration .2....3 Interaction Center for Automotive ............3....... 64 2............. 48 2.......... 47 2...8.......2 Technical System Landscape for Vehicle Management System ..........3 DRM for Distributors/Resellers Configuration ........... 65 2.. 48 2............2......6 Warranty ....3...................Installation ......................... 67 2...... 45 2...........3.....2 Technical System Landscape for Interaction Center for Automotive ...............3.........................3..2 Vehicle Management System ................2 Technical System Landscape for DRM ...........................................3.................8........ 52 2..................................3...........2.....................7...............Overview .1 DRM for Manufacturers/Suppliers Overview ..2..........8................2.................... 59 2.............3..... 61 2.....................3.3........................3 SAP for High Tech Overview .6..3 DRM Implementation Sequence...3................................Configuration ...... 64 2............................3......3..Configuration .....3........... 61 2........1 MES for Fabless Manufacturers Overview .......3... 64 2...........3.......................... 65 2................................. 52 2.........................1.....3 Software Management Implementation Sequence.. 63 2..........2.........................................Implementation Sequence.2..........2......3 DRM Implementation Sequence............. 51 2.3......1 Vehicle Management System .........2 Warranty – Configuration ........3.... 48 2.................................. 48 2..................................................................5........Overview............... 50 2.... 67 5 .............. 45 2......3............3........7..........3 MES Implementation Sequence ..3....1 Software Management Installation. 57 2....................3.. 64 2......................1...............2 Technical System Landscape for Software Management .......................................6..2 Packaging Logistics ......... 61 2.... 58 2....3...................1 Interaction Center for Automotive ....2 Software Management Upgrade ...1.................2..................3................................................2.....1 DRM for Manufacturers/Suppliers ..................3.......2...3....... 54 2.... 59 2.......

..................1 MES Installation ........................................1 Make-to-Stock .....................................4.........................................................................3...1......3 ETM Implementation Sequence ......Implementation Sequence .........3 Homebuilding........... 76 2.................................5...4.............................3......4....4...................5 SAP for Industrial Machinery & Components Overview .......4.....2.....4................................... 73 2...3............................................................... 86 2.. 90 2.1...3........................................3.......................2 Make-to-Order ..5. 94 2..............2 Technical System Landscape for BOS .....................5......1 Engineer-to-Order – Project Manufacturing .......................4......................... 80 2.5......3...4....4....4...........5..................................5.Project Manufacturing ..2 Technical System Landscape for Make-to-Stock .5...5.........................................4 SAP for Engineering........................................................................................................... 77 2..............4.........5......4...........4....................3...............................................1 Engineer-to-Order ................. 81 2..Installation....... 67 2.....3 Homebuilding Implementation Sequence......................................................4....... 89 2...........3..............3.. 70 2.......5......... 71 2...............5...1.... 81 2.............3 BOS Implementation Sequence .......1 Getting Started 2.....5...........1 MTO with Order BOM Installation ..5..................................4.........4.......................Implementation Sequence ..........................5.........3...................Installation .....1 Make-to-Order . 73 2....5 After Market Sales and Service...1 Bill of Services (BOS) ..................2....... 73 2.........4. 81 2....................Overview ..........2 Technical System Landscape for Engineer-to-Order ................1 ETM – Installation ....................2 Technical System Landscape for Homebuilding ............5.........2.. 73 2......................................................3.........1.. 67 2......2.1 Make-to-Stock ...1 Homebuilding Overview....1 Scenario Overview Make-to-Order ............................5......................1.......... 74 2.. 76 2............................................2 Technical System Landscape for ETM....................................................................3.......... 72 2.........................Project Manufacturing ......................................................... 85 2.................... 81 2.1 BOS – Installation ..........................3..........2 Equipment and Tools Management (ETM) .3 Make-to-Order with Order Bill-of Material ..........4........................3..........................3........ 75 2..........1.............3........3....5..............3 Make-to-Order ............. 71 2............ 85 2.........4........ 71 2..................................5...........2 Homebuilding – Configuration....... 94 2.........2............3..... Construction & Operations Overview .......3 Engineer-to-Order ....... 94 2......... 68 2.............2.......................5..................1............................3.................. 90 2............................4................ 76 2..................... 76 2..........2 Technical System Landscape for MTO with Order BOM................. 93 2............ 84 2...................2......................2 ETM – Configuration .1 Homebuilding – Installation .......................3...... 97 6 .......1 BOS Overview ...............4 Engineer-to-Order – Project Manufacturing ......... 85 2..4.........................................3 MES Configuration .............................3 Make-to-Stock ...............3 MTO with Order BOM Implementation Sequence ......................3..3..............................................1 Scenario Overview MTO with Order BOM............................................................. 71 2....2 Technical System Landscape for Make-to-Order .... 90 2........................4..........4.......................4..........5................................3......2 BOS – Configuration ................................1 ETM Overview .............................................................5...................1 Scenario Overview Make-to-Stock .. 73 2........................2.........1...........2.3........................... 90 2........ 94 2..3................4. 67 2..........Implementation Sequence .1...............................Project Manufacturing ...............................................................................Installation ...2 MES Upgrade...... 71 2.

........... 118 2........6........6...................5....6...1......6..................3....................................................................3..........................6..3.. 105 2.............. 122 3.........6......3...............6..1 SAP Components........................5................. 110 2......3.............................................. 102 2...........6...........................Implementation Sequence................ 102 2...6..2.............3........Installation ......................... 98 2.Installation ..................... 101 2........1....5............. 110 2.....2..6...........................................3 Multiple Output Planning – Implementation Sequence........2 Metal Pricing in Purchasing – Configuration .3 Metal Pricing in Purchasing – Implementation Sequence ................................2 Metal Pricing in Sales – Configuration ..6..........6.3 Technology Components .......1 Metal Pricing in Sales – Overview ..... 110 2.6..................1 Multiple Output Planning (MOP).............. 102 2............ 108 2.......................1....2........................1...................2 Technical System Landscape for Metal Pricing in Sales..............5........3..... 109 2................... 121 3 Software Components Overview ....... 116 2..............3 After Market Sales and Service .....1 Multiple Output Planning – Overview ............................. 112 2.................................................. 117 2.....................5................................ 127 7 ... 115 2..............................1 Metal Pricing in Purchasing – Overview ................3 Metal Pricing in Sales – Implementation Sequence ... 126 4 References: Related Implementation / Configuration Guides ......... 98 2...6........3.......... 115 2...........1 Metal Pricing in Purchasing – Installation ............2 Technical System Landscape for Multiple Output Planning .................. 122 3.......1 Scenario Overview After Market Sales and Service.............................3.............2.... 98 2..3 Multiple Output Planning – Configuration ...2 Non-Ferrous Metal Pricing in Sales..................2 Non-SAP Components...1 Getting Started 2..5...............1.................5...... 120 2...3............... 115 2......3 Service Parts Management ............5.2 Multiple Output Planning – Upgrade ...................5......6........................................5......2............................. 98 2.1........ 125 3........................................3...........1.............5.....5...6............1 Service Parts Management .....1...6.. 122 3.........6...............................2 Industry-specific Components . 113 2............................ 109 2....5....6...................................................3................................................1 Application Components ... 124 3...2 Technical System Landscape for Service Parts Management..............................3...1 Scenario Overview Service Parts Management ..................................6..1 Metal Pricing in Sales – Installation .........................................................................................3 Non-Ferrous Metal Pricing in Purchasing ..6 SAP for Mill Products Overview .... 120 2................................2 Technical System Landscape for Metal Pricing in Purchasing.........1 Multiple Output Planning – Installation....1 After Market Sales and Service ...............1..................6 Service Parts Management ..Implementation Sequence .....2 Technical System Landscape for After Market Sales and Service.................6... 120 2..... 111 2.................................. 102 2............6....6......3.................................

# References to related installation and configuration guides. # Information about the overall installation sequence and subsequent steps. SAP for Discrete Industries and Mill Products consists of the following industry solutions: ! SAP for Aerospace & Defense [Page 16] ! SAP for Automotive [Page 21] ! SAP for High Tech [Page 54] ! SAP for Engineering. In the Software Components Overview [Page 122] section. • • • 8 . many different installation and configuration guides are required during the business scenario implementation process. Depending on the specific business scenario and the number of processes to be implemented. you can find an overview of all required documentation referenced in this Master Guide. all information within this document is ordered under scenario-based aspects. you get valuable information about using this document and related information (documentation and SAP Notes) crucial to the installation and upgrade. # Information about the component's software releases. Upgrade information for business scenarios is available in separate upgrade documentation that is referenced within the Master Guide in the respective sections. The SAP for Discrete Industries and Mill Products Master Guide provides the information about which components and which guides are required during this process. you get a short description of every software component that is part of SAP for Discrete Industries and Mill Products. and what protocols and interfaces are used (technical infrastructure examples). the real infrastructure might be different. # References to scenario-based upgrade guides. references to related documentation. In the References: Related Implementation / Configuration Documentation [Page 127] section. Construction & Operations [Page 68] ! SAP for Industrial Machinery & Components [Page 77] ! SAP for Mill Products [Page 105] To facilitate the implementation and upgrade process. # Information about mutual dependencies that affect two or more components within the business scenario. SAP Notes. These guides provide information about the overall upgrade sequences. It contains all activities for the installation and configuration of SAP for Discrete Industries and Mill Products. and additional upgrade information. In the SAP for Discrete Industries and Mill Products [Page 15] section. • In the Getting Started [Page 8] section. # Examples of how the different components interact. Depending on the actual business processes that have to be implemented and other aspects (such as security or performance). a short introduction is given to the industry solutions of SAP for Discrete Industries and Mill Products and to every business scenario in an enclosed subsection: # An overview of each business scenario including its technical components (mandatory and optional components).1 Getting Started 1 Getting Started The SAP for Discrete Industries and Mill Products Master Guide was developed to provide a central starting point for the technical implementation and upgrade of SAP for Discrete Industries and Mill Products. You can choose from several generic business scenarios and find all the information that is relevant for the technical implementation of a specific business scenario in an enclosed section.

com/instguides We strongly recommend that you use the documents that are available on these pages. 9 . These guides are updated on a regular basis.1 Getting Started For the most current information about the technical implementation of SAP for Discrete Industries and Mill Products and the latest installation and configuration guides. see the in SAP Service Marketplace: http://service.sap.

1 Related Information The following list contains links to crucial information for implementing Discrete Industries and Mill Products.com/message http://service.com/ha http://service. List of Related Documentation Content Information about the latest version of installation and upgrade guides for SAP for Discrete Industries and Mill Products Information about SAP Notes Information about released platforms Information about sizing.sap.sap.sap.com/platforms http://service.com/ti http://service.com/performancemap http://help.1 Related Information 1.sap.sap.1.sap.sap.com/notes http://service.sap.sap.com/instguides http://service.com/securityguide http://service. disk and memory resource) with the Quick Sizer tool Information about network security – SAP Security Guide Information about network integration Information about technical infrastructure Information about high availability Information about creating error messages Performance Map Documentation on SAP Help Portal Location http://service.sap.com/sizing http://service.com/ 10 . calculation of hardware requirements (such as CPU.sap.com/network http://service.

71 for these components. you cannot install DIMP 4. Read the installation SAP Notes before beginning the installation.2 Important SAP Notes 1.1. For more information.71.sap. These contain the most recent information regarding the installation. When you install DIMP 4.71 CRTs for Add-On DIMP Material number output length (domain MATNR) in DI/DIMP Authorization role for the SAP SCM SAP R/3 List of SAPAPO COM object builds for APO 3 1 11 . Make sure that you have the most recent version of each SAP Note.71.71.71 modifies the components SAP_APPL and EAAPPL. Helps you with sizing problems in SAP GUI 620 59 64 36 59 64 48 45 54 92 72 78 39 45 54 57 Upgrade to R/3 Enterprise 4. see the SAP Service Marketplace http://service.R/3 Frontend.com/notes) or SAPNet . List of Related SAP Notes SAP Note Number Title Description General 57 08 61 60 11 79 59 64 35 Checking the size between subscreens and elements Current release restrictions for DIMP 4. They are located on the SAP Service Marketplace (http://service. Before importing support packages for the components SAP_APPL and EAAPPL. If you have already imported support packages that are not yet supported by CRTs.70 with DIMP 4. verify that these support packages are supported by CRTs for DIMP 4.sap.com/ocs-schedules under Discrete Industries/Mill Products Support Package Schedule.71 for ramp up Additions to Add-On installation DIMP 4.71 The add-on DIMP 4. as well as corrections to the installation documentation.2 Important SAP Notes This section contains important SAP Notes for the implementation of Discrete Industries and Mill Products. ensure only to import support packages that are supported by CRTs (Conflict Resolution Transports) for DIMP 4.

2 This SAP Note is required to install the SAP R/3 Plug-In. see SAP Service Marketplace at: http://service. This SAP Note is crucial for the mySAP SCM installation.71 CRTs ECN: Upgrade problem with effectivity types Only needed. Category Revenue Recognition Overview of C i Information on how to set equipment category to be relevant for IS-HT-SW processes Relevant for customers upgrading f 45B ISSW 20 Wh th i th 33 94 03 12 .sap. For more information. For more information. It contains: Any information relating to mySAP SCM that was not available when the Master Guide was published (for example.0 SCM Support Package 02 for SAP SCM Release 4.0: Importing an optimizer version SCM Support Packages 01 for SAP SCM Release 4. if you use parameter effectivity in ECN.1 59 75 81 43 62 31 DI-WI 3.0: Add-on Installation (6.20) Installation/Delta upgrade PI/PI-A 2001. see SAP Service Marketplace at: http://service.1.sap.0 Master Guide 6 69 71 60 99 94 60 38 28 62 17 57 63 95 00 63 43 68 APO 4.0 LCA Build 03 SAP for Industrial Machinery & Components 60 98 46 Collective Note: Make-to-Order with Order BOM SAP for Automotive 61 87 57 65 16 67 IPPE 2.0 Support Packages and DIMP 4.1 19 69 98 SAPGUI resources (APO): Hardware and software Supported frontend platforms mySAP SCM 4.2 Important SAP Notes APO 3.com/r3-plug-in This SAP Note is required to install the SAP R/3 Plug-In.0 SCM 4.com/r3-plug-in Platform support & system requirements for the SAP GUI for SAP APO Supported Microsoft Windows releases for the standard SAP GUI. latest component version requirements) and correction to this mySAP SCM Master Guide 59 76 35 R/3 Plug-In: Installation Delta-Upgrade PI 2003. SAP for High Tech 51 00 72 Decouple IS-HT-SW functionality based on Equip.

13 . prior to upgrade. Parameter to set partner inheritance for IS-HT-SW processes. When there is the need to perform a revenue recognition conversion. 49 11 61 20 88 59 6 38 41 Partner Inheritance Switch Release strategy note for the Add-On DI Release Information of R/3 Add-On IS-SW & IS-HT Overview information of release strategy for IS-HT component SAP for Mill Products 15 64 41 52 55 71 Overview: Notes on the R/3 add-on IS Mill Products MOP: Function restrictions This note refers to all relevant notes of the Multiple Output Planning.1.2 Important SAP Notes Conversion form 45B ISSW 20.

3 History of Changes The Master Guide is updated on a regular basis in SAP Service Marketplace at: http://service.com/instguides Make sure you have the latest version of the Master Guide by checking SAP Service Marketplace right before the installation.1. The following table provides an overview on the most important changes that were made within the latest versions. Master Guide Version 1.00 (June 2003) 1.10 (November 2003) New Scenarios Interaction Center for Automotive [Page 50] Enhancements Additional Notes for SAP for Automotive in Important SAP Notes [Page 11] Required software components for the scenario Make to Order with OEM [Page 21] Updated scenario data for Release SCM 4.00 (June 2004) 14 .sap.3 History of Changes 1.10 Important Changes 2.

2 SAP for Discrete Industries and Mill Products 2 SAP for Discrete Industries and Mill Products SAP for Discrete Industries and Mill Products (DIMP) includes the following industry solutions: • • • • • • SAP for Aerospace & Defense [Page 16] SAP for Automotive [Page 21] SAP for High Tech [Page 54] SAP for Engineering. Construction & Operations [Page 68] SAP for Industrial Machinery & Components [Page 77] SAP for Mill Products [Page 105] 15 .

General Description The Implementation Guide is a tool for configuring the SAP System to meet customer requirements. where the relevant system settings are made. Windows Terminal Server must be installed on your front end host. The hierarchical structure of the IMG is based on the application component hierarchy and lists all the documentation that is relevant to implementing the SAP System.1 SAP for Aerospace & Defense Overview 2. maintain.71. CRT03 PI 2004_1_470 SAP SCM 4. or operate products and assets in the aerospace and defense industry. Software Component SAP for A&D Business Scenario Maintenance and Service Planning (MSP) (X = mandatory / (X) = optional. You can also document projects in the IMG such as: • • • The SAP Reference IMG The Enterprise IMG The Project IMG Implementation Process The following table provides an overview of the main installation steps and the related documents for an R/3-System with an Add-on. The solution is valid for all sizes of companies from major operators and manufacturers to small airlines and component manufacturers. The Implementation Guide (IMG) explains all the steps in the implementation process. tells you the SAP standard (factory) Customizing settings and describes the system configuration activities. The main section is IMG Customizing activities. 16 .1 SAP SCM LC/LCAPPS 4.= not part of the business scenario) X X X X X X SAP GUI 620 SAP R/3 Enterprise 47X110 DIMP 4. SAP for A&D provides you with the scenario Maintenance and Service Planning./ .2. SAP for A&D Components This section provides an overview of the business scenario and corresponding components.1 SAP for A&D Implementation .1 SAP for Aerospace & Defense Overview SAP for Aerospace & Defense (SAP for A&D) addresses the business needs of companies who produce. Software to be Installed Subsequent Steps 1 Make sure that the following prerequisite is met: If you want to use the SAP GUI 620 with a terminal server.

Installation of SAP SCM LC/LCAPPS 4.com/r3-plug-in Installation of SAP SCM 4. configure the processes according to the corresponding IMG created in accordance with the general description above.70 Installation on <operating system>: <database> Installation of DIMP 4.com/instguides → SAP R/3 Enterprise → SAP R/3 Enterprise → Inst. (BCCTS-LAN) 3 4 5 6 After performing the installation steps. You can find an overview of related installation guides on page 4 References: Related Implementation/Configuration Guides [Page 127]. (Guide: Language Transport.71 with CRT03 You can find detailed information about the installation of DIMP 4.1 for SAP APO Installing the required languages.1 You can find detailed information in SAP APO Installation on <Operating System>: <Database> located on the mySAP Supply Chain Management Installation/Upgrade Guide CDROM. Installation of SAP R/3 Plug In PI 2004_1_470 You can find detailed information about the required R/3 Plug-Ins in SAP Service Marketplace: http://service.71 in note 59 64 35.1 SAP for Aerospace & Defense Overview 2 Installation of SAP R/3 ENTERPRISE 47X110 You can find detailed information on http://service.sap. Guide SAP R/3 Enterprise Core 4.sap.2. 17 .

1.1 Maintenance and Service Planning For Maintenance and Service Planning.1.1 Maintenance and Service Planning 2. the following topics are covered: • • • Maintenance and Service Planning overview [Page 19] Technical system landscape for Maintenance and Service Planning [Page 19] Overview of the implementation sequence of Maintenance and Service Planning [Page 19] 18 .2.

No 1 Action [Corresponding Documentation] Installation of SAP R/3 Enterprise 47X110 Remarks and Subsequent Steps [Corresponding Documentation] You can find detailed information at 19 . which can be passed to production planning for final refinement prior to execution.1 Maintenance and Service Planning – Overview 2.2.1.1. Other goals of this planning phase are to optimize the utilization of each aircraft and balance the resource load within your aircraft bays.1. workers. repair. This plan includes a slot plan to reserve the required bays in the available hangar facilities as well as predefined work packages. 2. see section 4 References: Related Implementation/Configuration Guides [Page 127].sap. see the documentation Maintenance and Service Planning (MSP): Business Scenario Description at http:service. The scenario supports your maintenance. application configuration) required to implement the business scenario.1. Maintenance and Service Planning (MSP) also enables you to evaluate your plan from a long-term perspective.1. You can determine the resources (hangar space.com/ibc → Industry Solutions → SAP for Aerospace & Defense → Maintenance and Service Planning. Using this scenario you can plan scheduled maintenance events for the aircraft and significant components that you maintain/service. technical configuration. and so on) that are necessary to meet future maintenance demands. Simulating different what-if scenarios enables you to evaluate different planning situations to make business decisions. You use the aircraft operator’s maintenance program.1.1 Maintenance and Service Planning 2. you must implement the following components: • • • • • SAP R/3 Enterprise 47X110 SAP DIMP 4. and overhaul/maintenance engineering (MRO/M&E) organization in establishing an executable short.1 Maintenance and Service Planning – Installation For documentation referenced in the following table.1 Maintenance and Service Planning – Overview For more information.1. 2.1.1. as the basis for defining the maintenance requirements in the system.3 Maintenance and Service Planning – Implementation Sequence This section lists the sequence of steps (installation. which has been approved by the regulating authorities (such as the Federal Aviation Authority).1 2.2 Technical System Landscape for Maintenance and Service Planning To be able to use the scenario Maintenance and Service Planning.1.to mid-term maintenance and service plan that is compliant with the airline maintenance program.3.71 with CRT03 PI 2004_1_470 SAP SCM 4.1 SAP SCM LC/LCAPPS 4.1.

2.sap.70 / Ext.1.com/r3-plug-in You can find detailed information at http://service.2 Maintenance and Service Planning – Upgrade See the Business Scenario Upgrade Guide for Maintenance and Service Planning under http://service.com/notes → Note Number 59 64 35.3. see the Scenario Security Guide for Maintenance and Service Planning at http://service.sap.sap.1 Maintenance and Service Planning 47X110 http://service. You can find detailed information about the required R/3 Plug-Ins at http://service. 20 . configuration and operations. 2 Installation of SAP DIMP 4.com/instguides → SAP R/3 Enterprise → SAP R/3 Enterprise Core 4.1 4 5 Installation of SAP SCM LC/LCAPPS 4.com/ibc → Industry Solutions → SAP for Aerospace & Defense → Maintenance and Service Planning.71 with CRT03 3 Installation of SAP R/3 Plug In PI 2004_1_470 Installation of SAP SCM 4.sap.1.1.sap.1.com/ibc → Industry Solutions → SAP for Aerospace & Defense → Maintenance and Service Planning.3.Set 1.1 for SAP SCM For more information about security issues during installation.com/instguides → mySAP SCM → Using SAP SCM.2.3 Maintenance and Service Planning – Configuration See the documentation Maintenance and Service Planning: Configuration Guide for the corresponding release under http://service.sap.sap.1.10 You can find detailed information about the installation of DIMP 4. 2.com/ibc → Industry Solutions → SAP for Aerospace & Defense → Maintenance and Service Planning.71 at http://service.

2 SAP for Automotive Overview 2.70 with SP06 DIMP 4. and SAP SCM enlarged with some industry specific components from DIMP 4. Software Component SAP for Automotive Business Scenarios (X = mandatory / (X) = optional / = not part of the business scenario) Operational Procurement & Inbound Logistics SAP GUI 620 SAP R/3 Enterprise Core 4.71 to enable the modeling of business processes for the automotive industry. scalable and reliable SAP client-server-architecture.3.1 → Using SAP SCM 4.1 in the SAP Service Marketplace at http://service.com/instguides → mySAP SCM 4.sap. which consists of presentation client.2 SAP for Automotive Overview SAP for Automotive offers a user friendly. Please note that there are software requirements for each component below which are not explicitly mentioned in this documentation. For more information about the business scenarios Supplier Managed Inventory and Release Processing for SAP for Automotive. One of the big pillars on which the IT architecture of most business scenarios of SAP for Automotive is based. powerful and competitive solution that uses approved standard components from SAP R/3 Enterprise. see the Master Guide for mySAP SCM 4. They are documented in the relevant installation guides. is the secure.2.1 Server. SAP CRM.4.71 with CRT 03 SAP R/3 Plug-In 2003_1_470 SP01 SAP R/3 Plug-In PI_Basis 2003_1_620 SP01 EA-IPPE 200 with SP06 SAP SCM 4. All related implementation guides are listed in 4 References: Related Implementation / Configuration Guides [Page 127].0 B3 X Supplier Supplier Portal X X X X X X -- X -- X -- -- -- -- --- --- --- -- -- -- 21 .1 / SCM Server SAP liveCache 7. SAP for Automotive Components This section provides an overview of the business scenarios and corresponding components mentioned above.21/ liveCache Application Server 4. application server and database server.

71 with CRT 01 DIWI 3.0 SAP CRM Broadcast Messaging Server X X X 22 .1 DIMP 4.70 DIMP 4.= not part of the business scenario) Interaction Center for Automotive SAP GUI 620 SAP CRM 4.1.71 with SAP R/3 Extension Set 1.2. EA-IPPE 200.1 with EA-IPPE 300 SAP SCM Basis 4.= not part of the business scenario) Make to Order for OEM SAP GUI 640 SAP SCM 4.1 SAP SCM Optimizer 4.2 SAP for Automotive Overview Software Component SAP for Automotive Business Scenarios (X = mandatory / (X) = optional / .0 X X X -- Software Component SAP for Automotive Business Scenarios (X = mandatory / (X) = optional / . and CRT 04 or higher SAP R/3 Plug-In 2004_1_470 SAP R/3 Basis-PlugIn 2004_1_640 X X X X X X X X Software Component SAP for Automotive Business Scenarios (X = mandatory / (X) = optional / = not part of the business scenario) Packaging Logistics Warranty Vehicle Management System X X X X X X X X SAP GUI 620 SAP R/3 Enterprise Core 4.1 SAP SCM LiveCache/LiveCache Apps 4.

tells you the SAP standard (factory) Customizing settings and describes the system configuration activities.20 IPC 4.0 (X) X (X) X (X) X X (X) (X) (X) (X) SAP for Automotive Implementation – General Description The Implementation Guide is a tool for configuring the SAP system to meet customer requirements. 23 . Software to Be Installed Remarks and Subsequent Steps 1 Make sure that the following prerequisites are met: If you want to use the SAP GUI with a terminal server. The main section. where the relevant system settings are made.2.70 DIMP 4. The hierarchical structure of the IMG is based on the application component hierarchy and lists all the documentation that is relevant for implementing the SAP system. The Implementation Guide (IMG) explains all the steps in the implementation process. is IMG Customizing activities.0 SAP J2EE Engine 6.71 with CRT 01 SAP R/3 Plug-In 2003_1_470 SAP R/3 Plug-In PI_Basis 2003_1_620 IPC 3. Windows Terminal Server must be installed on your front-end host. You can also document projects in the IMG such as: ! The SAP Reference IMG ! The Enterprise IMG ! The Project IMG Implementation Process The following table provides an overview of the main installation steps and the related documents for an R/3 system with an add-on.20 TREX 6.2 SAP for Automotive Overview SAP CRM IC WebClient CRM Software Agent Framework (SAF) SAP Basic Java Libs 6.0 SAP R/3 Enterprise Core 4.

4.0 For detailed information.com/instguides → mySAP SCM → mySAP SCM 4.0 → Inst.70 For detailed information. 8 After performing the installation steps.sap.0 → SAP liveCache Installation for mySAP SCM 4.SAP R/3 Enterprise Core 4. 24 .com/instguides → mySAP SCM → mySAP SCM 4.2 SAP for Automotive Overview 2 Installation of SAP R/3 Enterprise Core 4.sap. Installation of SAP APO Optimizer For detailed information. (BC-CTS-LAN) 3 4 5 6 7 The installation of SAP APO Optimizer is optional.70 Installation on <operating system>: <database>.com/instguides → SAP R/3 Enterprise → SAP R/3 Enterprise → Inst.sap. see SAP Note 59 64 35.sap.com/instguides → mySAP SCM → mySAP SCM 4. Installation of SAP liveCache 7. Installation of SAP SCM Server 4. Guide .3 for mySAP SCM For detailed information. configure the processes according to the corresponding IMG created according to the general description above.sap. see http://service.0.2. see http://service.1 (or higher) on the OLTP For detailed information about the required R/3 PlugIns.0 → Optimizer Installation for mySAP SCM.71 For detailed information about the installation of DIMP 4. For an overview of related installation guides. see http://service.sap.70 Installation on <operating system>: <database> Installation of DIMP 4. Install the required languages (Guide: Language Transport. see http://service.com/r3-plug-in See also SAP Note 59 76 35. see 4 References: Related Implementation / Configuration Guides [Page 127]. Installation of SAP CRM 4.0 For detailed information. Installation of SAP R/3 Plug In 2003.com/instguides → mySAP CRM.SAP R/3 Enterprise Core 4. see http://service. see the SAP Service Marketplace: http://service.71. Guide .

1 Make to Order OEM 2. the following topics are covered: • • • Make to Order OEM – Overview [Page 26] Technical system landscape for Make to Order OEM [Page 27] Overview of the implementation sequence of Make to Order OEM [Page 27] 25 .2.1 Make to Order OEM For Make to Order OEM.2.2.

2.1 Make to Order OEM .1.1 Make to Order OEM .1 Make to Order OEM 2.Overview 2. time-specific calculation of component requirements. The complete planning and production execution is based on the integrated Product and Process Engineering (iPPE) which you use to record your master data.2. The scenario includes order scheduling.1. Process Overview Make to Order OEM OEM SAP R/3 Create class. characteristics and mater master records Create iPPE data Check and complete data SAP SCM Create sales orders Transfer sales orders Execute model mix planning run Execute matrix explosion for the iPPE data Create planning matrix for every finished product Execute MRP to determine parts requirements Execute MRP to determine parts requirements Implement action control in production Create backflush Post backflush 26 .2. date-specific procurement of components and backflushing.Overview This business scenario shows how OEMs can overcome the problems posed by multiple variants and a very high order volume and plan and execute their production quickly.2.

SAP liveCache and the backend OLTP system. For the sake of simplicity and clearness the graphic contains icons for whole SAP systems. 2.3 Make to Order OEM . Remember that every SAP system may consist of several hosts with different tasks. Use the internal features of the SAP Web Application Server to provide high availability and load balancing to the SAP SCM system and SAP R/3. For a short description of every component.1 This graphic shows a standard Make to Order OEM business scenario with an SAP DIMP 4.Implementation Sequence This section lists the sequence of steps (installation.1 PI_Basis 2004_1_640 OLTP (Non-SAP) Business Connector CIF XML BAPI ALE EDI SAP SCM 4.2.1.2. This includes all active and passive network devices. such as Windows Load Balancing Server (WLBS). see section Software Components Overview [Page 122].2.1 Make to Order OEM 2.71 Plug-In 2004.2. Some load balancing mechanisms. application configuration) required to implement the business scenario. Other mechanisms avoid SPOF by redundancy.2. technical configuration. not for single hosts.1. Redundant network infrastructure should be used to ensure availability of the service. Technical Infrastructure of SAP for Automotive Make To Order OEM SAP R/3 DIMP 4.1.2 Technical System Landscape for Make to Order OEM The following graphic shows exemplary the technical infrastructure of Make to Order OEM including its components and the communication between them.2 Technical System Landscape for Make to Order OEM 2.71. 27 . have no SPOF by design. SAP SCM system.

09 for mySAP SCM For detailed information.com/instguides → mySAP SCM → mySAP SCM 4.2.3.2.sap. 28 . see http://service. see SAP Note 59 64 35.71 with CRT 04 For detailed information about the installation of DIMP 4. 4 2.com/ibc → Industry Solutions → SAP for Automotive → Make to Order OEM. Installation of SAP SCM Server 4. see the SAP Service Marketplace: http://service. 6 Installation of SAP APO Optimizer 4. No 1 Action [Corresponding Documentation] Installation of SAP R/3 Enterprise Core 4. For more information about SAP Solution Manager.1.com/instguides → mySAP SCM → mySAP SCM 4. see http://service. see http://service.sap.1 Make to Order OEM 2.com/ibc → Industry Solutions → SAP for Automotive and as part of SAP Solution Manager. and operations.1 → Optimizer Installation for mySAP SCM.sap. For more information about security issues during installation.1.2.Installation For documentation referenced in the following table.com/r3-plug-in.71.2.sap.3.3. see the scenario security guide for Make to Order OEM in the SAP Service Marketplace at http://service.sap.3 Make to Order OEM – Configuration The Configuration Guide Make to Order OEM describes how to configure the business scenario in the corresponding systems.2. 5 Installation of SAP liveCache 7. see http://service.com/instguides → mySAP SCM → mySAP SCM 4.1.2 Make to Order OEM – Upgrade 2. configuration. 2.2.0.sap.0 → SAP liveCache Installation for mySAP SCM 4.sap.5. see section 4 References: Related Implementation / Configuration Guides [Page 127].0.com/ibc → Industry Solutions → SAP for Automotive → Make to Order OEM.sap.1.2 Make to Order OEM – Upgrade For information about the upgrade of Make to Order OEM. see http://service. The configuration guide is available on the SAP Service Marketplace at http://service.1 For detailed information.com/solutionmanager.1 For detailed information. Installation of SAP R/3 Plug In 2004_1_470 on the OLTP For detailed information about the required R/3 Plug-Ins.1.1 Make to Order OEM . Guide – SAP R/3 Enterprise Core 4.70 with SP16 For detailed information.3.com/instguides → SAP R/3 Enterprise → SAP R/3 Enterprise → Inst. see the Make to Order OEM: Upgrade Guide on the SAP Service Marketplace at http://service.sap.70 Installation on <operating system>: <database> 2 3 Installation of DIMP 4.

the following topics are covered: • • • Operational Procurement & Inbound Logistics – Overview [Page 30] Technical system landscape for Operational Procurement & Inbound Logistics [Page 31] Overview of the implementation sequence of Operational Procurement & Inbound Logistics [Page 31] 29 .2.2 Operational Procurement & Inbound Logistics 2.2 Operational Procurement & Inbound Logistics For Operational Procurement & Inbound Logistics.2.2.

2. OP&IL enables the OEM to: • • • • • • • plan materials on parts level via material planning based on vehicle demand or special demand like CDK. difference quantity. open replenishment and demand at the supply area (assigned to work center or line segment) and recognizing missing quantities. They map the business processes in Procurement of stock managed material (especially direct material) that the original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) process together with their first tier suppliers and second tier suppliers. Proof of delivery (POD) • • • • • • • • • • Verification of actual quantity received. release quantities from the suppliers according to planned material demands process and track incoming ASN of the suppliers and make them visible to the material planner execute the goods receipt on arrival of the goods manage inventory and warehouse. based on quantities or handling units (HU) manage accounts of returnable packaging fulfill supply-to-production Short description of the supply-to-production process Supply-to-production starts with monitoring stock. used for internal replenishment by stock transfer out of warehouse or for external replenishment done by a supplier or a logistics service provider. responsible for supplier’s stock. The replenishment is initiated by summarized JIT calls.2 Operational Procurement & Inbound Logistics 2. reason for deviation POD process occurs after goods issue has been posted for outbound delivery POD only supports delivery confirmations for external customers Ship-to-party uses IDocs to transfer POD in SAP System Carry out goods receipt in several steps and only post partial goods receipt at first Consistent postings in MM and LE Goods receipt posting for individual inbound delivery items as well as for partial quantities of inbound delivery items Goods receipt posting via confirmation of transfer orders Integration of packing instructions in KANBAN control cycles Replenishment to WM-based storage locations with KANBAN and simple inventory function Two-step Goods Receipt KANBAN in Automotive 30 .1 Operational Procurement & Inbound Logistics .2.2.1 Operational Procurement & Inbound Logistics Overview The Operational Procurement (OP) and Inbound Logistics (IL) are applications in SAP for Automotive. The monitoring of stock in production on supply area level could be managed using the Warehouse Management with its storage bins. The posting of goods receipt fulfills the supply-to-production process.2.Overview 2. Monitoring and recognizing could be done by visual check of stocks or using the supply-toproduction table with its replenishment proposals as user interface for manual replenishment or in background task for automatic replenishment.2. spare parts etc.2.

71 based on SAP R/3 Enterprise Core 4.2 Operational Procurement & Inbound Logistics 2. 2.3 Operational Procurement & Inbound Logistics – Implementation Sequence This section lists the sequence of steps (installation.2. see SAP Note 59 64 35. when changing an inbound delivery New layout for forecast/JIT releases using SAP Smart Forms (VDA4904) Manage confirmations in scheduling agreements Additional data in scheduling agreement releases New functions for posting quantity difference at time of GR Dynamic stopping of scheduling releases Parallel processing for release creation and output (high volume) Inventory at ESA included during MRP Inbound delivery to ESP storage location Manage ESP inventory Enhancements to scheduling agreements External Service Agent 2.70 Installation on <operating system>: <database> For detailed information about the installation of DIMP 4. see http://service.2.71.2.6C2. you require SAP DIMP 4. 1 Action [Corresponding Documentation] Installation of SAP R/3 Enterprise Core 4.6C2 only tracking of inbound deliveries) Enter and display tracking events in the same way inbound deliveries are handled Documenting original notified quantity. Guide – SAP R/3 Enterprise Core 4. application configuration) required to implement the business scenario. 2. inbound tracking includes the tracking of shipments (before DI 4.2.1 Operational Procurement & Inbound Logistics Installation No. technical configuration.2.sap. 2 Installation of DIMP 4.2.70 Remarks and Subsequent Steps [Corresponding Documentation] For detailed information.com/instguides→ SAP R/3 Enterprise → SAP R/3 Enterprise → Inst.71 31 .70.2 Technical System Landscape for Operational Procurement & Inbound Logistics In order to use the Operational Procurement & Inbound Logistics scenario.3.2.2.2.2.2 Technical System Landscape for Operational Procurement & Inbound Logistics Tracking history for inbound shipments • • • • • • • • • • • • From Release DI 4.

2. the following topics are covered: • • • Supplier – Overview [Page 33] Technical system landscape for Supplier [Page 33] Overview of the implementation sequence of Supplier [Page 33] 32 .3 Supplier 2.3 Supplier For Supplier.2.2.

SD Scheduling Agreement • • • • EDI monitor New tolerance checks during EDI inbound processing EDI stop indicator Customer specific descriptions of additional fields 2.3.2. The vendor checks the self-billing documents against the deliveries and their corresponding receivables in the SAP system. the items do not have any reference to the finished product and are not delivered in sequence.2 Technical System Landscape for Supplier In order to use the Supplier scenario. see SAP Note 59 64 35 2 Installation of DIMP 4. These selfbilling documents are usually transmitted electronically via EDI.2.Overview SD Self-Billing • In the self-billing procedure.3.70.70 Remarks and Subsequent Steps [Corresponding Documentation] For detailed information. The reference number of the call controls all follow-up processes. see http://service.2. 2.sap.3.Overview 2. Guide – SAP R/3 Enterprise Core 4.2.3 Supplier 2.2.3.1 Supplier .Installation No.71. stating the deliveries and corresponding amounts that are settled and paid. 2. the customer sends self-billing documents to the vendor. you require SAP DIMP 4.2.71 based on SAP R/3 Enterprise Core 4. application configuration) required to implement the business scenario. 1 Action [Corresponding Documentation] Installation of SAP R/3 Enterprise Core 4. technical configuration.1 Supplier . In practice the reference number is often called Delivery Order Number (DON). Summarized JIT Call This type of call is for the receipt of JIT calls with one or several items represented as date and quantity. The system processes both normal self-billing documents and retro billings (retroactive price changes) • Just in Sequence processing (sequenced JIT call) This type of call is for the receipt of JIT calls.3.2. JIT-Inbound supports the entire business process from the receipt of the forecast signal right up until the creation of the delivery.3 Supplier . such as the delivery.3. which you deliver with fully configured components with reference to an order and in sequence.71 33 .70 Installation on <operating system>: <database> For detailed Information about the installation of DIMP 4.1 Supplier .com/instguides→ SAP R/3 Enterprise → SAP R/3 Enterprise → Inst.Implementation Sequence This section lists the sequence of steps (installation.

2.2.4 Supplier Portal 2.4 Supplier Portal For Supplier Portal. the following topics are covered: • • • Supplier Portal – Overview [Page 35] Technical system landscape for Supplier Portal [Page 36] Overview of the implementation sequence of Supplier Portal [Page 36] 34 .2.

whereby quantity and date are varied. Packing instructions The supplier can access the manufacturers' packing instructions in the manufacturer's system over the Internet and compare them with the data in the supplier's system. discounts and freight costs. change or display shipping notification using this Internet application.Overview As of Release 2. Goods receipts are entered for purchase orders and can be viewed through the respective purchasing document in the Supplier Workplace. Price information The supplier can view the price agreements.4 Supplier Portal 2.1 Supplier Portal . the SAP Automotive System includes the Supplier Workplace. that is the manufacturer. If necessary. scheduling agreement. the supplier can create. It also displays logistical data such as underdelivery and overdelivery tolerances for each purchasing document.4. the supplier's system is updated. The system displays JIT delivery schedules and forecast delivery schedules and the respective schedule lines for each purchasing document. validity dates. Tracking The Tracking component in the Automotive System processes information about the place and timing of a delivery for a shipment in a shipping notification and calculates the arrival time. Alternatively. The Supplier Workplace includes the following functions: • Purchasing document information The system displays business data such as terms of delivery and payment. which exist between the supplier and the customer.0. The supplier can confirm the scheduling agreement releases over the Internet.2. The packing instructions for the scheduling agreement or for the purchase order are accessed. The system displays invoices for purchasing documents that have been entered manually or have been created by automatic goods receipt settlement or by the test self-billing procedure. JIT delivery schedule • • • • • • • • 35 .4.2.2. target quantity and target value. Scheduling agreement releases The supplier gets information from the manufacturer about quantity and delivery dates of ordered products from the scheduling agreement releases. the user can get more precise information such as the type of handling units that were used. such as surcharges.Overview 2.1 Supplier Portal . Shipping notifications The manufacturer usually receives shipping notification over EDI or as a fax. Goods receipt history The supplier can use the Internet application to analyze the goods receipts entered and to compare them with deliveries. The gross price. for example. without time delay. Credit memos The supplier can use this function to check the settled quantities and values for deliveries. The user can also run a price simulation for the scheduling agreements. which is then entered into the manufacturer's system as an inbound delivery. The supplier can use the Internet application to enter or update tracking information such as arrival and departure times in the shipping notification. In a detail screen.2. net price and effective price are displayed. The supplier can use this Web Internet technology enables them to access information in a customer's system. The system displays one or more packing instructions for each purchasing document.

The planner can use the alerts to decide whether the dates or quantities of the procurement element should be changed. 2 Installation of DIMP 4. Returnable packaging accounts Returnable packaging accounts represent the relationship for exchanging returnable packaging between the two trade partners.0. The supplier can view the alerts in the customer's system using the Internet application and thereby react quickly to new customer requirements. whether new procurement elements have to be created or whether old procurement elements should be deleted. see SAP Note 59 64 35. The returnable packaging account can be accessed using the corresponding account posting or the postings for a reference document. 2.4. Previously.70 with extension set 1.com/instguides→ SAP R/3 Enterprise → SAP R/3 Enterprise → Inst.2. sequence and unloading point. the system accesses the JIT-Inbound component in the SAP Automotive System. The supplier can check the account balance and flow of returnable packaging.Implementation Sequence This section lists the sequence of steps (installation.70 Installation on <operating system>: <database> For detailed information about the installation of DIMP 4. For the manufacturer – supplier scenario. application configuration) required to implement the business scenario. it was only possible to manage returnable packaging accounts in an internal system and to compare accounts over an EDI connection. The alerts are accessed using customer and product numbers.4.2 Technical System Landscape for Supplier Portal This delivery schedule is a special Automotive function.sap. 1 Action [Corresponding Documentation] Installation of SAP R/3 Enterprise Core 4. technical configuration.1 Supplier Portal . see http://service. • 2.2.subsupplier scenario.71.4. the system accesses the APO system and for the supplier . Guides – SAP R/3 Enterprise Core 4.0 Remarks and Subsequent Steps [Corresponding Documentation] For detailed information. The supplier can use the Internet function to access relevant returnable packaging information in the manufacturer's system. 2.2. The manufacturer uses this to transmit information about the materials to be delivered to the supplier or sub-supplier.71 based on SAP R/3 Enterprise Core 4.2.4.3.2. adjust planning accordingly and inform the suppliers' own suppliers of the changes.2.71 36 .70 with extension set 1. you require SAP DIMP 4. delivery time.4 Supplier Portal 2.2 Technical System Landscape for Supplier Portal In order to use the Supplier Portal scenario. The supplier or sub-supplier can access information on the manufacturers' requirements by displaying JIT delivery schedules in the Internet application.3 Supplier Portal . The supplier/sub-supplier has access to all relevant data such as delivery schedule components.Installation No. • Alerts Alerts are exception messages in MRP such as material shortage or excess material situations.

2. 37 .2.Configuration For information on Supplier Portal and the Customizing settings required.2. see the SAP Library for DIMP 4.3 Supplier Portal .Implementation Sequence 2.2 Supplier Portal .3.2.4 Supplier Portal 2.4.71 under SAP Automotive → Supplier Workplace.4.

2.2.5 Packaging Logistics 2.5 Packaging Logistics For Packaging Logistics.2. the following topics are covered: • • • Packaging Logistics – Overview [Page 39] Technical system landscape for Packaging Logistics [Page 40] Overview of the implementation sequence of Packaging Logistics [Page 41] 38 .

Returnable Packaging Logistics Some industry sectors work mainly with reusable packaging.71+ in Enterprise 4.7) # Goods receipt with HUs in repetitive manufacturing (DIMP 4.71 only) # Combined confirmation and goods receipt with HUs (DIMP 4. pack goods automatically according to packing instructions and track the movements of packaged goods as handling units in the R/3 system.7) # Packing for production order (DIMP 4. represents a physical package in R/3. This packing instruction can be used to create handling units automatically. These requirements are reproduced in a packing instruction.7) # Confirmation to a operation via HUs (DIMP 4.71 and Enterprise 4. which circulates between business partners as returnable packaging.71+ in Enterprise 4.2. Each handling unit has a unique identification number.Overview The Packaging Logistics functions enable you to manage returnable packaging materials.5.7) # Goods receipt with HUs for production order (DIMP 4. You track the movements of groups of individual materials. Automatic packing with packing instructions You can specify the material and the quantity that is to be packed in certain packaging. by using MM inventory management.2. The "Handling Unit".5 Packaging Logistics 2. you can reproduce these exchange relationships by means of returnable packaging accounts. that is.71) Packing Instructions (DIMP 4.2. Handling Unit Management (HUM) You use Handling Unit Management to control logistical processes using handling units. You also have the option of managing stocks of specific returnable packaging materials at plant or storage location level.Overview 2.71+ in Enterprise 4.2. which is typically printed as a barcode on a material tag.71only) • 39 . The scenario Packaging Logistics is using the following functions: • • Management of Returnable Accounts (complete function only available in DIMP 4.5. A handling unit consists of one load carrier.1 Packaging Logistics . one or more packed goods and an unlimited quantity of packaging materials.1 Packaging Logistics . In Packaging Logistics.7) # Packing Instruction & Packing Instruction Determination # Reference Packing Instruction Packing in Production # Packing in repetitive manufacturing (DIMP 4. in one handling unit.71+ in Enterprise 4. by tracking the handling units that contain them. Integration You can implement Packaging Logistics in the following areas • • • • inbound delivery outbound delivery production (repetitive and discrete manufacturing) quality management • warehouse management Packaging Logistics was developed within SAP Automotive and is therefore particularly geared to the requirements of the automotive industry.

Packing and unpacking results in stock movement between the HU storage location and it's partner non-HU storage location.5 Packaging Logistics 2.) with relation to sales order.71 based on SAP R/3 Enterprise Core 4.71) # Packing of stock (Packing of material that is already goods receipt posted) # Packing of stock without relation (Enterprise 4.. 40 .2. where it now represents a storage unit. you require SAP DIMP 4. (4.7) # Customer specific packing of stock with relation to sales order.6C and up) • • • 2. Prod.71) # Display documents due to deliver with HUs already intended for # Create delivery with selected HUs (WM as well) # Update existing not complete packed delivery with HUs (WM as well) # Update existing deliveries with HUs and possibility to increase delivery quantity (WM as well) # Picking HUs from WM according to a packing instruction # Scanning transaction to assign HUs to a shipment # Manual assigning of HUs to the delivery (Enterprise 4.2. (4.2 Technical System Landscape for Packaging Logistics In order to use the Packaging Logistics scenario.70. Manuf.71only) Easy changing of quantity (HU) (DIMP 4.2. The handling unit has been fully integrated into Warehouse Management. stock transport order. stock transport order. Ord. You can create inspection lots within the inbound delivery.7) Integration # Integration with Warehouse Management.5.5.71) # Packing in Production (Repet. For HU storage locations the stock can only be managed by moving handling units.6C and up) # Integration with MM Inventory Management.2 Technical System Landscape for Packaging Logistics Scenario: creating planned HUs (for early label printing) (DIMP 4. (4.6C and up) # Integration with Quality Management.2. The inspection stocks are managed from the handling unit.71only) # # • Customer Specific Packing in Production (DIMP 4. delivery # Customer specific packing in production with automatic determination of the packing demand # Scenario: creating planned HUs (for early label printing) # Easy changing of quantity (HU) Packing of Stock (DIMP 4. delivery # Customer specific packing of stock with automatic determination of the packing demand # Scenario: creating planned HUs (for early label printing) # Easy changing of quantity Delivering Handling Units (DIMP 4. The system now differentiates between HU and non-HU storage locations.

1 Action [Corresponding Documentation] Installation of SAP R/3 Enterprise Core 4.1 Packaging Logistics .2.5.2. see the SAP Library for DIMP 4.2.70 Remarks and Subsequent Steps [Corresponding Documentation] For detailed information.com/instguides→ SAP R/3 Enterprise → SAP R/3 Enterprise → Inst.Installation No.2. technical configuration. see http://service.2.3.70 Installation on <operating system>: <database> For detailed information about the installation of DIMP 4.3. 2. Guide – SAP R/3 Enterprise Core 4.71. see SAP Note 59 64 35 2 Installation of DIMP 4. application configuration) required to implement the business scenario.71 2.2 Packaging Logistics . 41 .sap.Implementation Sequence This section lists the sequence of steps (installation.3 Packaging Logistics .Configuration For information on Packaging Logistics and the Customizing settings required.5.5 Packaging Logistics 2.2.5.Implementation Sequence 2.3 Packaging Logistics .71 under SAP Automotive → Packaging Logistics.5.

the following topics are covered: • • • Warranty – Overview [Page 43] Technical system landscape for Warranty [Page 45] Overview of the implementation sequence of Warranty [Page 45] 42 .2.6 Warranty 2.2.2.6 Warranty For Warranty.

2. analyzed and used for statistical purposes. where he is also kept informed of the current processing status of the claim. depending on which partner (dealer.6 Warranty 2. An Internet application can be used to enter the warranty claim when there is no EDI connection.Overview 2. The objects used to remedy damages incurred by the customer can be labor values.1 Warranty . importer. This builds up a history that later enables the claim process to be reconstructed. The claim is sent to the importer or distributor’s processing system via Electronic Data Interchange (EDI). spare parts. This enables the dealer’s service employee. distributor.2. OEM.2. or other services. The versions are grouped in four different categories. responsible for looking after the customers. to create warranty claims directly in the importer’s system.1 Warranty .6. supplier) has just processed the claim: • • • Category 1: inbound claims from the claimant Category 2: outgoing claims to the reimbursing party (OEM) Category 3: inbound claims from the reimbursing party after processing • Category 4: outgoing claims to the claimant after the claims have been processed A category can contain several versions.6. 43 .2. importer and OEM. g Customer Dealer Interface Importer Interface OEM In the first step.Overview The standard warranty processing system reproduces the central process between the dealer. the dealer creates a warranty claim for the customer with one or more items of different types. Processing and change statuses are stored as versions of the warranty claim.

2.2.6 Warranty 2.2.6.1 Warranty - Overview

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When the dealer sends the claim to the importer, the system automatically generates an inbound version from the claimant (category 1). It makes sense to keep this first inbound version as an original version. The original version can be copied for further processing and a working version can be created. Depending on the process flow, a new outgoing version is created for the dealer or OEM: If the importer or distributor immediately redeems the warranty claim from the dealer (precrediting), a version is created for the dealer (category 4) from the dealer’s processing version (category 1). The amount reimbursed depends on the dealer’s conditions in this case. This version may also include items that were rejected after the checks. When sending the version to the claimant, automatic postings can be made in Financial Accounting and Controlling. In Controlling, accounts can be assigned to orders, cost centers and profitability segments. If the importer decides to wait for the OEM’s decision before redeeming the warranty claim (post-crediting), an outgoing version is created for the OEM (category 2). The amount applied for depends on the OEM’s conditions in this case. When the OEM has processed the claim, the result is sent to the system as a new version from the OEM (category 3). This version can be checked again and either accepted or reprocessed. Depending on the settings, postings can be made in Financial Accounting and Controlling at this stage in the process. In the final step, a reply is sent to the dealer as an outgoing version (category 4). Various actions control the automatic processing of the claim. The functions of the checking tool form an important action. The tool runs through a number of checks, which are defined and combined by the importer. Other possible actions include pricing, copying versions, and determining messages. The selection and combination of the actions depends on each process flow. Individual actions take place consecutively and can be made up of several subactions. The flexible, modular structure means the functions can easily be adapted to different processes and customer requirements. All the functions for warranty processing are grouped on an ergonomic interface and are adapted to suit the needs of the person processing the claim. The categories and versions are arranged clearly in a navigation tree.

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2.2.6 Warranty 2.2.6.2 Technical System Landscape for Warranty

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In order to use the Warranty scenario, you require SAP DIMP 4.71 based on SAP R/3 Enterprise Core 4.70 and DIWI 3.0.

2.2.6.3 Warranty - Implementation Sequence
This section lists the sequence of steps (installation, technical configuration, application configuration) required to implement the business scenario.

2.2.6.3.1 Warranty - Installation
No. 1 Action [Corresponding Documentation] Installation of SAP R/3 Enterprise Core 4.70 Remarks and Subsequent Steps [Corresponding Documentation] For detailed information, see http://service.sap.com/instguides→ SAP R/3 Enterprise → SAP R/3 Enterprise → Inst. Guide – SAP R/3 Enterprise Core 4.70 Installation on <operating system>: <database> For detailed information about the installation of DIMP 4.71, see SAP Note 59 64 35. For detailed information about the installation of DIWI 3.0, see SAP Note 59 75 81.

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2.2.7 Vehicle Management System

2.2.7 Vehicle Management System
For Vehicle Management System, the following topics are covered: • • • Vehicle Management System – Overview [Page 47] Technical system landscape for Vehicle Management System [Page 48] Overview of the implementation sequence of Vehicle Management System [Page 48]

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7. The VMS is used by the car importer as a central tool for managing. The vehicle is then delivered to the dealer as in the make-toorder process. but in which an end customer can also already be assigned. the importer then posts the vehicle to stock and can deliver it to the dealer. in which the customer is the dealer. a vehicle is produced without an existing sales order. selling/distributing. With a goods receipt. 47 .2. BAPI.Overview The Vehicle Management System (VMS) maps the business processes in Sales & Services that the car importers process together with their original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) and the dealers that have been assigned in new car sales. in other words. searching for. This configured vehicle receives a sales order. VMS in a Make-to-Stock Environment In this scenario. and tracking vehicles for their end customers.2. as well as keeping track of vehicles..2. Interfaces (XML. The manufacturer sends an order confirmation with a delivery date to the importer. This vehicle is ordered from the manufacturer.7. The importer creates the invoice and posts the goods issue. the vehicle is transferred to the importer's warehouse stock after production.2. The dealers use it for configuring.1 Vehicle Management System .1 Vehicle Management System . the process is finished.. Importer OEM Dealer Vehicle Procurement OEM 2 OEM 3 Vehicle Sales Dealer 2 Vehicle Database Vehicle Management System Dealer 3 Dealer4 Dealer5 Dealer6 Dealer. procuring.Overview 2. Once the vehicle has been delivered to the end customer after delivery to the dealer. the dealer can create a sales order for this vehicle or reserve this vehicle for a particular period. Pull strategy: The requirement/sale can trigger the procurement (MTO = Make-to-Order Production) Push strategy: Procurement can take place before the sale (MTS = Make-to-Stock Production) VMS in a Make-to-Order Environment The make-to-order production process starts with the creation of a vehicle with the configuration required by the customer. IDoc) This process is supported by the VMS in both directions: • • Dealer. buying. If a customer then searches for a vehicle and a vehicle with the required configuration already exists in the importer's vehicle stock.7 Vehicle Management System 2.

71 based on SAP R/3 Enterprise Core 4.3.3 Vehicle Management System .7 Vehicle Management System 2.com/instguides→ SAP R/3 Enterprise → SAP R/3 Enterprise → Inst. see http://service.1 Vehicle Management System . 48 .71.70 Remarks and Subsequent Steps [Corresponding Documentation] For detailed information.70 Installation on <operating system>: <database> For detailed information about the installation of DIMP 4.0 2. 1 Action [Corresponding Documentation] Installation of SAP R/3 Enterprise Core 4.Implementation Sequence This section lists the sequence of steps (installation.2. 2 3 Installation of DIMP 4.0.71 under SAP Automotive → Vehicle Management System.7. For detailed information about the installation of DIWI 3.7.2.71 Installation of DIWI 3. Guide – SAP R/3 Enterprise Core 4.2.2. technical configuration.2 Technical System Landscape for Vehicle Management System In order to use the Vehicle Management System scenario.2 Technical System Landscape for Vehicle Management System 2. 2.0. you require SAP DIMP 4.7. 2.sap.2.7.2 Vehicle Management System .70 and DIWI 3.Configuration For information on Vehicle Management System and the Customizing settings required.Installation No. see the SAP Library for DIMP 4.7. application configuration) required to implement the business scenario. see SAP Note 59 75 81.2. see SAP Note 59 64 35.3.2.

2.2.2.Overview [Page 50] Technical system landscape for Interaction Center for Automotive [Page 50] Overview of the implementation sequence of Interaction Center for Automotive [Page 51] 49 .8 Interaction Center for Automotive 2.8 Interaction Center for Automotive For this business scenario. the following topics are covered: • • • Interaction Center for Automotive .

2.0 SAP CRM Broadcast Messaging Server SAP CRM IC WebClient* CRM Software Agent Framework (SAF) SAP Basic Java Libs 6.1 Interaction Center for Automotive .Overview General Overview As an Interaction Center agent.2. for example.8.20* IPC 4.0 SAP J2EE Engine 6. For more information.2. The business scenario has been designed for Interaction Center agents who work at a car manufacturer’s or importer’s site. The Interaction Center for Automotive offers you the following advantages: • • Orderly processing and follow-up of customer contacts and minimization of the number of escalations Consistent vehicle and customer data.0 “*” indicates that this prerequisite is necessary for the Interaction Center WebClient.sap. If you want to copy vehicle-related data from the Vehicle Management System in SAP DIMP to SAP CRM. You can edit vehicle data manually or import it from another system. It has two user interfaces: the Interaction Center WinClient and the Interaction Center WebClient.8. 2.Overview 2. for marketing campaigns. you also need: 50 . for example. The vehicles can be your own company cars or external.2 Technical System Landscape for Interaction Center for Automotive For Interaction Center for Automotive. The Interaction Center for Automotive is an enhancement of the Interaction Center in SAP CRM with a workspace especially for Automotive. sales and service activities and data analyses Optimization of existing customer relationships and therefore an increase in customer satisfaction and thus also turnover/revenue • Exchange of Vehicle-Related Data You can exchange vehicle data between SAP DIMP or an external system and SAP CRM. see Interaction Center for Automotive in the SAP Help Portal under help. but not for the Interaction Center WinClient. you can use this business scenario to create and edit the vehicle data of business partners.0 → Industry-Specific CRM → Manufacturing and Distribution Industries → Automotive.20* TREX 6.2. reuse vehicles and attributes that you have created in the Vehicle Management System in the SAP CRM Interaction Center for the automotive industry sector. distributors and car dealers. which can be used collaboratively by OEMs.1 Interaction Center for Automotive .com → SAP Cross-Industry Solutions → SAP Customer Relationship Management → SAP CRM 4. By doing this you can. you need the following technical system landscape: • • • • • • • • SAP CRM 4.8 Interaction Center for Automotive 2.8. It is especially useful if you wish to transfer data from the Vehicle Management System in SAP DIMP to SAP CRM.2. importers.

2. see SAP Note 631753. The minimum server landscape is one SAP DIMP and one SAP CRM server.2. Growth possibilities Apply standard Middleware tactics for the data exchange between SAP DIMP and SAP CRM.8. Scalability Use the standard approach for SAP CRM Middleware.70 with Support Package 03 DIMP 4. 51 . technical configuration.0 SAP R/3 Adapter SAP CRM Middleware iObject SAP R/3 Plug-In 2003.3 Interaction Center for Automotive Implementation Sequence This section lists the sequence of steps (installation. High availability requirements Use the standard approach for SAP CRM Middleware.0 For more information about the necessary Support Packages for the SAP R/3 Plug-Ins.71 Vehicle Management System SAP CRM 4.1 XIF Adapter SAP R/3 Core 4. System Landscape for Interaction Center for Automotive with Vehicle Data Exchange SAP DIMP 4.8.7 Interaction Center for Automotive For more information about the following topics. application configuration) required to implement the business scenario.3 Interaction Center for Automotive .2.2.8 Interaction Center for Automotive 2. 2.Implementation Sequence • • • • SAP Enterprise Core 4. see the Master Guide for mySAP CRM: • • • • Security Use the standard approach to security for RFC connections.71 SAP R/3 Plug-In 2003_1_470 SAP R/3 Plug-In PI_BASIS 2003 2003_1_620 • IPC 3.

2.com/instguides → mySAP CRM → SAP CRM 4. use the SAP Solution Manager.3.sap.71 (optional only) Installation of SAP R/3 Plug-In 2003.2. For more information. 1 Action [Corresponding Documentation] Installation of SAP CRM 4. for example.8.0 in the SAP Service Marketplace at http://service.71. see the CRM Master Guide 4.2.2 Interaction Center for Automotive .com/instguides→ mySAP CRM → SAP CRM 4.1 Interaction Center for Automotive .Implementation Sequence 2. For more information about the required SAP R/3 Plug-Ins.com/automotive→ Media Library → CRM Knowledge Corner. For more information.8 Interaction Center for Automotive 2. You can also configure DIMP 4. 2 Installation of SAP Enterprise Core 4.sap.71 (or a third-party system) and SAP CRM so that they can exchange vehicle data: • For more information about the interface and the mappings. see the documentation in the SAP Service Marketplace at http://service. 2.1 (optional only) The optional components are only necessary if you want to copy vehicle-related data from the Vehicle Management System in SAP DIMP to SAP CRM.3 Interaction Center for Automotive .2. see SAP Note 596435.sap.0 and related components for the Interaction Center Remarks and Subsequent Steps [Corresponding Documentation] For more information. For more information about the installation of DIMP 4. see the documentation in the SAP Service Marketplace at http://service. For more information. 52 .2.0 → Installation & Upgrade Guides.8.sap.com/r3-plug-in and SAP Note 631753.8.com/instguides → SAP R/3 Enterprise → SAP R/3 Enterprise → Inst.sap. see the documentation in the SAP Service Marketplace at http://service.Configuration Configuring Interaction Center for Automotive For configuring the Interaction Center for Automotive in SAP CRM.Guide – SAP R/3 Enterprise Core 4.0 → Installation & Upgrade Guides.0 in the SAP Service Marketplace at http://service.Installation Components and Corresponding Documentation No. see the CRM Master Guide 4. see the documentation in the SAP Solution Manager under Basic Settings for mySAP CRM → Data Replication → Master Data Replication Between SAP R/3 and SAP CRM Server → Replication of Materials → [Automotive:] Set Up Data Exchange of Single Objects.3.70 Installation on <operating system>: <database>. Implementing Vehicle Enhancements and Vehicle Data Exchange You can enhance the Interaction Center for Automotive scenario by adding your own categories and attributes and by adding your own screens.7 (optional only) 3 4 Installation of SAP DIMP 4.

2.2.sap.8 Interaction Center for Automotive • For more information about the import of vehicles. see the documentation in the SAP Service Marketplace at http://service. 53 .com/automotive→ Media Library → CRM Knowledge Corner.

networks. and other electronic devices. including recognition of accounting revenue for intangible products. peripherals. Manufacturing & Execution System for Fabless Semiconductor Manufacturers With SAP for High Tech. • • SAP for High Tech Components This section provides an overview of all available Business Scenarios and corresponding components. distribution. 1. you can: • • Track the stock and flow of your products with your distribution partners. manufacturing. SAP for High Tech includes the scenarios: . Distributor Reseller Management (DRM) for Manufacturers 2. prototyping.3 SAP for High Tech Overview 2. Compensate your partners for the value they add to your business in a transparent manner. semiconductors. Scenario/Business Processes Distributor Reseller Management for Manufacturers Tracking product flow and stock in the indirect distribution channel: • • Sell-in Transmission management & sellthrough Reconciliation of partner inventory Manual (partner) inventory maintenance SAP-HT-DRM See above SAP-HT-DRM DRM for Manufacturers/Suppliers [Page 57] Software Components Implementation and Configuration Process • • Partner compensation and claims management: • • • Agreement negotiation Ship-and-debit claims management. Bill-ups Price protection 54 . marketing. This includes compensation for selling at lower prices to key customers as well as in the event of price cut decisions made by you.3 SAP for High Tech Overview SAP for High Tech provides software components to give automation support for additional key business processes in the High Tech industry.2.. software. Software Management 4.. High Tech industry players include business entities involved in design. Distributor Reseller Management (DRM) for Distributors 3. and post sales support of computer systems. Manage your contracts and licenses with customers of your software products. Use additional functions for material handling and inventory management required by fabless manufacturers of electronic products.

SAP R/3 Enterprise Core 4.70 SAP-HT-SW SAP-HT-SW Software Management [Page 63] See above See above SAP-HT-SW See above SAP-HT-MES MES for Fabless Manufacturers [Page 66] 55 .2.3 SAP for High Tech Overview Distributor Reseller Management for Distributors Management of vendor’s stock: • • Sell-in Sell-through. Transmission management Manual maintenance of vendor’s stock SAP-HT-DRM See above SAP-HT-DRM DRM for Distributors/Resellers [Page 60] • Management of compensations and claims on vendor: • • Ship-and-debit Price protection Software Management Management of software license sales and subsequent processes: Sale of software license and associated time-based revenue recognition Splitting a license Sale of an upgrade (version change) for existing license and subsequent installed base maintenance Software Maintenance Management: managing delivery of changes and maintenance (bump) of an existing software license Manufacturing & Execution System for Fabless Semiconductors Material staging and goods issue Rework following negative test results Order split following testing Goods receipt processing including characteristic inheritance from the component batch Material traceability/batch genealogy SAP-HT-SW. including assemble to order & make to stock scenarios.

Software to be Installed Subsequent Steps 1 2 R/3 System SAP R/3 Enterprise Core 4. where the relevant system settings are made. After performing the installation steps. The main section is IMG Customizing activities.71 Installing the required languages. You can also document projects in the IMG such as: ! The SAP Reference IMG ! The Enterprise IMG ! The Project IMG Implementation Process The following table provides an overview of the main installation steps and the related documents for an R/3 System with an add-on. tells you the SAP standard (factory) Customizing settings and describes the system configuration activities. configure the processes according to the corresponding IMG.70 Installation of DIMP 4.General Description The Implementation Guide is a tool for configuring the SAP System to meet customer requirements. The Implementation Guide (IMG) explains all the steps in the implementation process.2. 56 . created according the general description above.3 SAP for High Tech Overview SAP for High Tech Implementation . The hierarchical structure of the IMG is based on the application component hierarchy and lists all the documentation that is relevant to implementing the SAP System. You can find an overview of related installation guides in 4 References: Related Implementation / Configuration Guides [Page 127].

3.3.1 DRM for Manufacturers/Suppliers For Distributor Reseller Management (DRM) for Manufacturers/Suppliers. the following topics are covered: ! DRM for Manufacturer/Supplier Overview [Page 58] ! Technical system landscape for DRM [Page 58] ! Overview of the implementation sequence for DRM [Page 58] 57 .1 DRM for Manufacturers/Suppliers 2.2.

1. They rely upon distributors and resellers to identify and create demand for their products.. Price protection 2. DRM enhances SAP Sales & Distribution in the manufacturer/supplier variant. Inventory reconciliation 7.3. 1. and manufacturing. and the distributor or reseller on the other.1.com/instguides →SAP R/3 Enterprise →SAP R/3 Enterprise →Inst.3. Accordingly.3. Ship-and-debit contract negotiation 5. and to pass on demand and consumption intelligence on these products.71. These products are characterized by price sensitivity. falling prices). The processes supported by DRM for Manufacturers/Suppliers include: .1. the two variants automate a complex. they will also require an Internet Transaction Server.2. 2. Action [Corresponding Documentation] Remarks and Subsequent Steps [Corresponding Documentation] You will find detailed information on http://service. two variants of the DRM solution have been rolled out by SAP: one aimed at supporting the manufacturers and suppliers of High Tech products and the other at supporting the distributors and resellers.3. collaborative business scene between the manufacturer or supplier on the one hand. design. quick technological obsolescence (and. Together. In the High Tech business. including inbound sell-through transmission management 3.Guide – SAP R/3 Enterprise Core 4.1 DRM for Manufacturers/Suppliers Overview Distributor Reseller Management (DRM) is particularly aimed at High Tech businesses to manage the challenges associated with the distribution and resale of their products. technical configuration.1. If customers choose to use SAP GUI for HTML. Automated channel inventory tracking (also manual maintenance and adjustments) 4.1. application configuration) required to implement the Business Scenario.3 DRM Implementation Sequence This section lists the sequence of steps (installation. Ship-and-debit claims processing. Sell-in of components to distribution 2. 2.1 DRM for Manufacturers/Suppliers Overview 2.3. Sell-through of components to end customers.2 Technical System Landscape for DRM SAP R/3 Enterprise Core 4.70 58 .70 with DIMP 4.3.3. therefore. the manufacturers and suppliers concentrate upon research.1 DRM for Manufacturers/Suppliers 2.70 Installation on <operating system>: <database> 1.1 DRM for Manufacturers/Suppliers Installation No. bill-ups 6.. Installation of SAP R/3 Enterprise Core 4.sap.

Installation of DIMP 4.3 DRM Implementation Sequence 2.com Industry Solutions.71 You will find detailed information about the installation of DIMP 4.3. 2.2. In SAP Library. 2.1.71 in SAP Note 59 64 35.3.3.1.1 DRM for Manufacturers/Suppliers 2.3 DRM for Manufacturers/Suppliers Configuration See the Distributor Reseller Management (DRM) documentation in the SAP Library and in the Implementation Guide.2 DRM for Manufacturers/Suppliers Upgrade There is currently no upgrade guide available for DRM. DRM documentation is under mySAP.1.3. mySAP HighTech IMG documentation is available under the following path: IMG → Logistics General → Distributor Reseller Management → Manufacturer/Supplier 59 .3.3.

3.2 DRM for Distributors/Resellers 2.2 DRM for Distributors/Resellers For DRM for Distributors/Resellers. the following topics are covered: ! DRM for Distributors/Resellers Overview [Page 61] ! Technical system landscape for DRM [Page 61] ! Overview of the implementation sequence of DRM for Distributors/Resellers [Page 61] 60 .3.2.

Sell-in of products from manufacturer/supplier 2.3.1 DRM for Distributors/Resellers Installation No.2.2 Technical System Landscape for DRM SAP R/3 Enterprise Core 4.. Automated maintenance of manufacturer/supplier’s inventory aggregates based on sell-in price (manual maintenance and adjustments is also supported) 6. the manufacturers and suppliers concentrate upon research. Action [Corresponding Documentation] Installation of SAP R/3 Enterprise Core 4.2.2 DRM for Distributors/Resellers 2.2. collaborative business scene between the manufacturer or supplier on the one hand.70 with DIMP 4.2. therefore. Assemble-to-order.2. technical configuration. and make-to-stock sell-through 4. The processes supported by DRM for Distributors/Resellers include: . 2. If the customer chooses to use SAP GUI for HTML. Together. they will also require an Internet Transaction Server. Ship-and-debit claims processing.3. and to pass the demand and consumption intelligence on these products. and manufacturing. quick technological obsolescence (and. and the distributor or reseller on the other.70 Installation on <operating system>: <database> 1. bill-ups 7.com/instguides →SAP R/3 Enterprise →SAP R/3 Enterprise →Inst.3.1 DRM for Distributors/Resellers Overview 2.70 Remarks and Subsequent Steps [Corresponding Documentation] You will find detailed information on http://service. Sell-through of products to end customers. 1.3. Price protection 2.Guide – SAP R/3 Enterprise Core 4.3. including automated search for best shipand-debit agreement applicable on the sell-through 3. Accordingly..1 DRM for Distributors/Resellers Overview Distributor Reseller Management (DRM) is particularly aimed at High Tech businesses to manage the challenges associated with the distribution and resale of their products.2. In the High Tech business. 61 . They rely upon distributors and resellers to identify and create demand for their products. application configuration) required to implement the Business Scenario.3. 2.71. These products are characterized by price sensitivity. two variants of the DRM solution have been rolled out by SAP: one aimed at supporting the manufacturers and suppliers of High Tech products and the other at supporting the distributors and resellers. DRM enhances SAP Sales & Distribution and SAP Materials Management. design. Outbound sell-through and ship-and-debit claim transmission management to manufacturer/supplier 5.sap.3.3 DRM Implementation Sequence This section lists the sequence of steps (installation. the two variants automate a complex. In the distributor/reseller variant. falling prices).

com Industry Solutions. mySAP HighTech IMG documentation is available under the following path: IMG → Logistics General → Distributor Reseller Management → Distributor/Reseller 62 .2.2 DRM for Distributors/Resellers 2.3 DRM Implementation Sequence 2. 2.3.3.71 in SAP Note 59 64 35.2.3.3.3 DRM for Distributors/Resellers Configuration See the Distributor Reseller Management (DRM) documentation in the SAP Library and in the Implementation Guide. DRM documentation is under mySAP.2. Installation of DIMP 4.71 You will find detailed information about the installation of DIMP 4.3. 2.3.2. In SAP Library.2 DRM for Distributors/Resellers Upgrade There is no upgrade guide available at present.

3 Software Management 2.3.2.3. the following topics are covered: ! Software Management Overview [Page 64] ! Technical system landscape for Software Management [Page 64] ! Overview of the implementation sequence of Software Management [Page 64] 63 .3 Software Management For Software Management.

70 Remarks and Subsequent Steps [Corresponding Documentation] You will find detailed information on http://service.1 Software Management Installation No. Manage version changes (upgrades) and license splits. including billing and revenue recognition. Perform maintenance contract management for the software license. Software Management supports processes that manage the initial sale and subsequent management of the intangible software license.3. It focuses on the fact that the software license is an intangible good that needs to be sold and maintained.71 in SAP Note 59 64 35. Therefore.3.3. 2.3. If the customer chooses to use SAP GUI for HTML. installed base and contract management. and the subsequent time-based revenue recognition. this scenario enables you to manage software license sales to your customers and the subsequent management of these licensing agreements. You can: • • • • • Manage the initial software sale.71 64 .Guide – SAP R/3 Enterprise Core 4.3.3 Software Management 2.3.70 with DIMP 4.sap.3. Action [Corresponding Documentation] Installation of SAP R/3 Enterprise Core 4.2.1 Software Management Overview 2.71. software products are largely responsible for the explosion of information and data in companies worldwide.com/instguides →SAP R/3 Enterprise →SAP R/3 Enterprise →Inst.3.2 Technical System Landscape for Software Management SAP R/3 Enterprise Core 4. software maintenance processing. 1. Manage license changes. and the fact that there are many activities that are dependent on the software license after the initial sale.3. 2. Installation of DIMP 4. they will also require an Internet Transaction Server. technical configuration. application configuration) required to implement the Business Scenario. yet the very software companies that manufacture these products often have difficulty managing their own internal operations.3 Software Management Implementation Sequence This section lists the sequence of steps (installation.3.3.70 Installation on <operating system>: <database> You will find detailed information about the installation of DIMP 4.3. Critical information regarding software product licensing. Maintain the features of the license using variant product configuration. 2.1 Software Management Overview In today's market. 2. and revenue recognition is often missing or patched together from various systems.

3 Software Management 2.2. In SAP Library.3. 2. mySAP HighTech IMG documentation is available under the following path: IMG → Sales & Distribution → ISHT Software Specific Customizing 65 .3.2 Software Management Upgrade There is no upgrade guide available at present.3.com Industry Solutions.3.3 Software Management Implementation Sequence 2.3.3.3. documentation is under mySAP.3.3 Software Management Configuration See the Software Management documentation in the SAP Library and in the Implementation Guide.3.

4 MES for Fabless Manufacturers 2.3.3.4 MES for Fabless Manufacturers For Manufacturing & Execution System for Fabless Manufacturers. the following topics are covered: ! Manufacturing & Execution System overview [Page 67] ! Technical system landscape for Manufacturing & Execution System [Page 67] ! Overview of the implementation sequence of Manufacturing & Execution System [Page 67] 66 .2.

Lot genealogy is maintained by the system to give you inventory visibility and enable you to track potential quality problems throughout production. 2.3.3. 2. mySAP HighTech IMG documentation is available under the following path: IMG → Production Planning for Process Industries → IS-HT-MES (Manufacturing Execution System) 67 .4.2. the receiving lot in the inventory inherits the properties determined during testing.3.3.1 MES for Fabless Manufacturers Overview 2.3.70 2.3. Action [Corresponding Documentation] Remarks and Subsequent Steps [Corresponding Documentation] You will find detailed information on http://service.com Industry Solutions. application configuration) required to implement the Business Scenario.4.com/instguides →SAP R/3 Enterprise →SAP R/3 Enterprise →Inst.3.3 MES Configuration See the Software Management documentation in the SAP Library and in the Implementation Guide.1 MES for Fabless Manufacturers Overview This scenario enables you to manage batches of semiconductor materials.2 Technical System Landscape for MES SAP R/3 Enterprise Core 4. The material quantities are packed and labeled according to the test result for each device. Installation of SAP R/3 Enterprise Core 4. documentation is under mySAP.4 MES for Fabless Manufacturers 2.4.3. 2.2 MES Upgrade There is no upgrade guide available at present. • • • You can split a process order according to test results for a batch of materials. In SAP Library.3 MES Implementation Sequence This section lists the sequence of steps (installation.71 2.70 with DIMP 4. Post testing and packaging. they will also require an Internet Transaction Server.71. Installation of DIMP 4. genealogy and other information for them.sap.70 Installation on <operating system>: <database> You will find detailed information about the installation of DIMP 4.4.1 MES Installation No. 1.3. and determine and maintain classification.4. technical configuration.4.3.71 in SAP Note 59 64 35. 2.4.Guide – SAP R/3 Enterprise Core 4. If the customer chooses to use SAP GUI for HTML.3.

The following part of the solution is covered within the DIMP releases: • • • Entire sales and subcontractor processes bases on a bill of services Rental process for equipment (Equipment and Tools Management) Real estate sales as specific solution for the homebuilding companies SAP for Engineering. fabrication and assembly. e. Construction. Maintenance SAP R/3 Depending on the details of the scenario implementation. procurement and materials handling. SAP BW. further software components like SAP CRM. Maintenance Engineering. You can find an overview of the major solutions in the Solution Map for SAP for Engineering. SAP Enterprise Portals. shipbuilding and homebuilding.2. Operation. engineering & lifecycle collaboration. Important scenarios like project management. The solution covers the processes from project management.4 SAP for Engineering. Scenario/Business Processes Engineering. and SAP cPoject Suite might be required. Construction & Operations addresses the business needs of project oriented businesses. Procurement. procurement & material management are covered in SAP R/3. for plant construction. construction site management. Construction & Operations Overview SAP for Engineering. Operation. construction site management till facility and plant operations. SAP CRM or SAP PLM. Construction. Construction & Operations edition 2003. Construction & Operations – Software Components This section provides an overview of the business scenarios and corresponding components.4 SAP for Engineering. construction. Procurement. Construction & Operations Overview 2. Software Components Implementation and configuration process Sales Process with Bill of Services Bill of Services Equipment and Tools Management Equipment and Tools Management Homebuilding Homebuilding DIMP Homebuilding [Page 74] DIMP Equipment and Tools Management (ETM) [Page 72] DIMP Bill of Services (BOS) [Page 70] 68 .g.

Installation of SAP R/3 Enterprise Core 4. (BC-CTS-LAN) 2 3 After performing the installation steps.71. The main section is IMG Customizing activities. see the SAP Service Marketplace under http://service. configure the processes according to the corresponding IMG created according the general description above.2.70 Installation on <operating system>: < database> Installation of DIMP 4. Guide . Construction & Operations Implementation – General Description The Implementation Guide is a tool for configuring the SAP System to meet customer requirements. see SAP Note 59 64 35. Windows Terminal Server must be installed on your front-end host. You can also document projects in the IMG such as: • • • The SAP Reference IMG The Enterprise IMG The Project IMG Implementation Process The following table provides an overview of the main installation steps and the related documents for an R/3 system with an add-on.SAP R/3 Enterprise Core 4. You can find an overview of related installation guides in 4 References: Related Implementation / Configuration Guides [Page 127]. where the relevant system settings are made.71 For detailed information about the installation of DIMP 4.4 SAP for Engineering. Install the required languages (Guide: Language Transport. The Implementation Guide (IMG) explains all the steps in the implementation process. tells you the SAP standard (factory) Customizing settings and describes the system configuration activities. 69 .sap.com/instguides → SAP R/3 Enterprise → SAP R/3 Enterprise → Inst.70 For detailed information. Construction & Operations Overview SAP for Engineering. The hierarchical structure of the IMG is based on the application component hierarchy and lists all the documentation that is relevant to implementing the SAP System. Software to Be Installed Remarks and Subsequent Steps 1 Make sure that the following prerequisites are met: If you want to use the SAP GUI 620 with a terminal server.

the following topics are covered: • • • Bill of Services overview [Page 71] Technical system landscape for Bill of Services [Page 73] Overview of the BOS implementation sequence [Page 71] 70 .1 Bill of Services (BOS) For Bill of Services (BOS).2.4.1 Bill of Services (BOS) 2.4.

1.4.1. Construction & Operations → Bill of Services and the Implementation Guide for Sales and Distribution under Bill of Services. sales orders and the entire billing process using lump sum contracts together with billing plans or unit price contracts together with service entry sheets.1.2 BOS – Configuration See the SAP Library for SAP Discrete Industries and Mill Products under SAP Engineering.1 Bill of Services (BOS) 2.4. 2.3 BOS Implementation Sequence This section lists the sequence of steps (installation.com/eco → Construction → Solution Overview → Bill of Services.71.4. Additionally the SAP GUI and when using Enterprise Portals the SAP GUI for HTML are required.1 BOS Overview Bill of Services (BOS) is a structure of services which are sold to a customer.1.sap. to quotations.4. see SAP Service Marketplace under http://service.4.com/instguides → SAP R/3 Enterprise. Interfaces are available to create an inquiry or a quotation from an external system. When the order is received the quotation is copied together with the bill of services to the sales order. application configuration) required to implement the business scenario. 2 Installation of DIMP 4.1. 71 . For detailed information about the installation of DIMP 4.4. A quotation can be calculated and priced. see SAPNet under http://intranet.1. The solution for Bill of Services in SAP for Engineering.1 BOS – Installation No. 1 Action [Corresponding Documentation] Installation of SAP R/3 Enterprise Core 4.71 2.2 Technical System Landscape for BOS Bill of Services requires a DIMP system. For more information.2. Portions of the entire bill of services can be passed on to purchasing in order to find suitable subcontractors.3. see SAP Note 59 64 35.4.3.sap.1 BOS Overview 2. 2. Construction & Operations covers the entire sales process from an initial inquiry. The execution process is supported with service entry sheets and integration into the billing process. technical configuration. 2.70 Remarks and Subsequent Steps [Corresponding Documentation] For detailed information.

2. the following topics are covered: • • • ETM overview [Page 73] Technical system landscape for ETM [Page 73] Overview of the ETM implementation sequence [Page 73] 72 .4.2 Equipment and Tools Management (ETM) 2.4.2 Equipment and Tools Management (ETM) For Equipment and Tools Management (ETM).

1 ETM Overview Equipment and Tools Management (ETM) is a solution for internal and limited external renting of equipments. 2.com/eco → Construction → Solution Overview → Equipment and Tools Management.2. Equipments can be settled flexibly. Major benefits of Equipment and Tools Management are the visibility of equipment at any time.1 ETM – Installation No.sap.70 Remarks and Subsequent Steps [Corresponding Documentation] For detailed information. better availability.2 Technical System Landscape for ETM Equipment and Tools Management requires a DIMP system.2.2.2 ETM – Configuration See the SAP Library for SAP Discrete Industries and Mill Products under SAP Engineering. which was sent to him by the responsible side manager.4.3. It covers the rental process from the planning of equipments via shipping.4. see SAP Note 59 64 35. Using a time sheet (performance-based document).2 Equipment and Tools Management (ETM) 2. ETM supports also the sales and automated repurchase of consumable and non-consumable material. either manually or through the system. For detailed information about the installation of DIMP 4. application configuration) required to implement the business scenario. either on a daily. Because of the flexible assignment multiple catalogs can be used in a company. Additionally the SAP GUI and when using Enterprise Portals the SAP GUI for HTML are required. see SAP Service Marketplace under http://service.4.4.71 2. costs and revenue. Construction & Operations → Equipment and Tools Management (ETM) and the Implementation Guide for Logistics .3 ETM Implementation Sequence This section lists the sequence of steps (installation. technical configuration. 2. settlement to billing of single and multipart equipments.2. weekly or monthly base or performance-based on a hourly basis depending on the equipment type.4. 73 .3. It supports internal and external catalogs.1 ETM Overview 2. visibility of down time. the responsible administrator of an equipment can assign any equipment to a requirement. 2 Installation of DIMP 4. improved utilization and reduced maintenance costs.71. 2. Prices can be handled either directly in an equipment master (characteristics) or via a Bill of Services as well as though condition records using sales and distribution (SD module).com/instguides → SAP R/3 Enterprise.2.2.and PBE calendar the customer has a good overview of manually entered or missing entries with respect to activity types in the settlement. the performed time on an equipment will be recorded using measurement documents. According to the shipping document the equipment (credited side) will be sent and settled to the requested location (debited side). For more information. Using the graphical planning board.4.sap.2.General under Equipment and Tools Management (ETM). see SAPNet under http://intranet. With the functionality of the settlement.4. 1 Action [Corresponding Documentation] Installation of SAP R/3 Enterprise Core 4.

2.4.4. the following topics are covered: • • • Homebuilding overview [Page 75] Technical system landscape for Homebuilding [Page 76] Overview of the Homebuilding implementation sequence [Page 76] 74 .3 Homebuilding 2.3 Homebuilding For Homebuilding.

com/eco → Construction → Solution Overview → Homebuilding Solution. building. in a multi-family situation.4.3 Homebuilding 2.1 Homebuilding Overview 2. The Homebuilding solution also includes fit-list and community rules functionality where the homebuilder will document in the system which house plans fit on which lots in a community as well as look-alike rules that they do not want broken during the sales order process.sap.3. quotation issued. As an added benefit for this industry. As sales orders are created. 75 . procurement. service. The other structures are used depending on the specific business processes in place. The icons will enable the sales agent to tell at a glance which of the following statuses exist on each lot: Not in portfolio. for a single-family homebuilder. there will be a one-to-one relationship between the lot.4. In addition.3. However. but the lot is again available for sale to another prospect. For example. the subcontractor can see iViews with information on the purchase orders from this homebuilder as well as the payment status for work they have already performed. there is functionality which allows a cancellation of a sales order and conversion of the order into a spec home. available for sale. sales agents are prevented from selling configurations that either don’t fit on the lot or break the community rules. an Enterprise Portal Business Package exists which consists of iViews for the Construction Manager as well as the Subcontractor. many times after construction has already started. A typical homebuilder will use the business entity as the community in which they are building. which exist for homebuilding. Because it is common in the homebuilding industry for buyers to back out of sales contracts. and financials). The community rules may consist of look-alike clauses that disallow homes next to each other to be the same house plan or have the same exterior color. and sales unit. spec/model home. see SAPNet under http://intranet. In addition. The real estate sales browser displays the lots in the community with icons to represent their current status. Construction of the home can continue with the same project schedule. The Construction Manager can see pending starts and construction status of homes to which he is assigned in his portal iViews. For more information. the remainder of the business process is executed using standard SAP functionality (from variant configuration of the home. there can be many sales units per building and lot. through project management.2.1 Homebuilding Overview Organizational structures. This same information is available to the subcontractor for the homes they will be doing work in. The availability of follow on activities such as creating quotes or sales orders will depend on the current status of a lot. sold.4. Real Estate Sales for Homebuilding connects the property master of the community to the sales orders created as homes are sold. Besides the property master integration on the front end of the sales process. and sales unit. lot. include a business entity. there is a report titled “Where can I put?” where sales agents can enter a buyer’s requested configuration and the report will list the lots in the community which this configuration could be built on without breaking fit-list or community rules. building. sold with contingency.

Additionally the SAP GUI and when using Enterprise Portals the SAP GUI for HTML are required.4.4. 1 Action [Corresponding Documentation] Installation of SAP R/3 Enterprise Core 4. technical configuration.2 Technical System Landscape for Homebuilding Real Estate Sales for Homebuilding requires a DIMP system.3.2 Homebuilding – Configuration See the SAP Library for SAP Discrete Industries and Mill Products under SAP Engineering.70 Remarks and Subsequent Steps [Corresponding Documentation] For detailed information.3.1 Homebuilding – Installation No.4.2 Technical System Landscape for Homebuilding 2.3.71 2.com/instguides → SAP R/3 Enterprise. 2 Installation of DIMP 4. Construction & Operations → Real Estate Sales and the Implementation Guide for Real Estate Sales. see SAP Service Marketplace under http://service.3 Homebuilding 2. application configuration) required to implement the business scenario.3. For detailed information about the installation of DIMP 4.4.71.3 Homebuilding Implementation Sequence This section lists the sequence of steps (installation. 76 .3.4. see SAP Note 59 64 35.3. 2.sap.3.4. 2.2.

release of SAP necessary Make-to-Stock R/3 APO 3.1 SAP APO 3.1 SAP R/3 Plug-In 2004. (X) = optional.1 X R/3 SCM 4.0 X R/3 SCM 4.0 X R/3 SCM 4.1 CRM 4.1 CRM 4. Software Component SAP for Industrial Machinery & Components Business Scenarios X = mandatory.2 SAP R/3 Plug-In 2003. (P) = available on project basis.1 CRM 3.6C or SAP R/3 Enterprise 47X110 or SAP R/3 Enterprise 47X200 SAP R/3 Plug-In 2001.1 SAP CRM 4.0 X Make-to-Order R/3 APO 3. Major scenarios and business processes are: • • • • • • Make-to-Stock Make-to-Order Make-to-Order with Order BOM Engineer-to-Order – Project Manufacturing After Market Sales and Service Service Parts Management SAP for Industrial Machinery & Components – Software Components This section provides an overview of all available business scenarios and corresponding components.1 SAP CRM 3.0 CRM 4.1 CRM 3.1 SAP GUI 620 SAP R/3 4.0 X R/3 SCM 4. The business is typically product centric.0 CRM 4.0 SAP SCM 4.2.5 SAP for Industrial Machinery & Components Overview SAP for Industrial Machinery & Components addresses the business needs of industrial machinery manufacturers as well as component manufacturers.5 SAP for Industrial Machinery & Components Overview 2.0 X X X X X X X (X) --(X) --(X) -- -(X) --(X) --(X) --(X) --(X) -(X) (X) --(P) --(P) -- -(X) --(X) --(X) --(X) --(X) -(X) 77 .1 SAP SCM 4.

1 CRM 3. (X) = optional.1 X X (X) --(X) --(X) -R/3 SCM 4.1 SAP SCM 4.0 CRM 4.1 CRM 4.0 X X Service Parts Management R/3 APO 3.1 SAP R/3 Plug-In 2004.1 SAP CRM 4.1 SAP APO 3.1 CRM 4.0 X X SAP GUI 620 SAP R/3 4.1 SAP CRM 3.1 R/3 SCM 4.1 CRM 3.1 X X R/3 SCM 4. (P) = available on project basis. (P) = available on project basis.1 CRM 4.1 CRM 3.0 R/3 SCM 4. (X) = optional.1 CRM 4.0 CRM 4.1 SAP CRM 3.2.1 SAP APO 3.2 SAP R/3 Plug-In 2003.6C or SAP R/3 Enterprise 47X110 or SAP R/3 Enterprise 47X200 SAP R/3 Plug-In 2001. release of SAP necessary After Market Sales and Service R/3 APO 3.0 SAP SCM 4.0 X X R/3 SCM 4.0 X X --(X) --(X) -(X) Engineer-to-order – Project Manufacturing R/3 APO 3.0 X X -(X) --(P) --(P) Software Component SAP for Industrial Machinery & Components Business Scenarios X = mandatory.0 X X --(X) --(X) -(X) SAP GUI 620 SAP R/3 4.6C or SAP R/3 Enterprise 47X100 or SAP R/3 Enterprise 47X200 SAP R/3 Plug-In 2001.1 SAP SCM 4.0 X X -(X) --(X) --(X) R/3 SCM 4.0 CRM 4. release of SAP necessary Make-to-Order with Order BOM R/3 SCM 4.0 X X R/3 SCM 4.0 SAP SCM 4.0 CRM 4.1 SAP R/3 Plug-In 2004.2 SAP R/3 Plug-In 2003.5 SAP for Industrial Machinery & Components Overview Software Component SAP for Industrial Machinery & Components Business Scenarios X = mandatory.1 SAP CRM 4.0 X X (X) (X) (X) - (X) (X) (X) (X) (X) (X) (X) (X) (X) - (X) (X) (X) (X) (X) (X) 78 .

The hierarchical structure of the IMG is based on the application component hierarchy and lists all the documentation that is relevant to implementing the SAP System.1 After Market Sales and Service . After performing the installation steps. where the relevant system settings are made.5.5.Installation [Page 85] 2. You can find an overview of related installation guides in 4 References: Related Implementation / Configuration Guides [Page 127].3.1 Service Parts Management . configure the processes according to the corresponding IMG created according to the general description above.3.5 SAP for Industrial Machinery & Components Overview SAP for Industrial Machinery & Components Implementation – General Description The Implementation Guide is a tool for configuring the SAP system to meet customer requirements.5. The main section is IMG Customizing activities. tells you the SAP standard (factory) Customizing settings and describes the system configuration activities.3.3. 79 .3. The Implementation Guide (IMG) explains all the steps in the implementation process.2.Installation [Page 81] 2.3.2.1 MTO with Order BOM Installation [Page 90] 2.6.1 Make-to-Stock .1 Make-to-Order .1. You can also document projects in the IMG such as: • • • The SAP Reference IMG The Enterprise IMG The Project IMG Implementation Process The following links provides overview of the main installation steps and the related documents for the following scenarios 2.5.Installation [Page 98] 2.5. You will find more information in the technical system landscape overview of the scenario.Installation [Page 102] You can also combine other releases of the components cited for the business scenarios.5.

1 Make-to-Stock For Make-to-Stock.1 Make-to-Stock 2.5.2.5. the following topics are covered: • • • Scenario Overview Make-to-Stock [Page 81] Technical System Landscape for Make-to-Stock [Page 81] Overview of the Make-to-Stock Implementation Sequence [Page 81] 80 .

1 (optional) # SAP CRM 3.1/CRM 3.SCM 4.Installation Installation for SAP R/3 – APO 3.1. see SAP Service Marketplace under http://service.0 (optional) # SAP CRM 4.1 No.1 (optional) # SAP SCM 4.5.1 (optional) R/3 . technical configuration.APO 3.Implementation Sequence This section lists the sequence of steps (installation.5.5.6C or SAP R/3 Enterprise 47x110 or SAP R/3 Enterprise 47x200 # SAP R/3 Plug-In 2004.6C or SAP R/3 Enterprise 47x110 or SAP R/3 Enterprise 47x200 # SAP R/3 Plug-In 2001.5.1/CRM 3.1.0/CRM 4.1 Make-to-Stock 2.5.1.SCM 4. The scenario covers: • • • • Product demand planning Production planning and scheduling Production and procurement execution Order processing.2. Action [Corresponding Documentation] Remarks and Subsequent Steps [Corresponding Documentation] 1 Installation of SAP R/3 4.6C SR2 → SAP R/3 Installation on <operating system>: <database> 81 .1. application configuration) required to implement the business scenario.6C or SAP R/3 Enterprise 47x110 or SAP R/3 Enterprise 47x200 # SAP R/3 Plug-In 2003.2 Technical System Landscape for Make-toStock In order to use the Make-to-Stock scenario.1 Make-to-Stock .0 # SAP R/3 4.0 (optional) R/3 .1 (optional) # SAP CRM 4. you need to use the following components in one of the combinations described: • R/3 . 2.6C For detailed information.sap.5.1.0 (optional) • • 2.1 Scenario Overview Make-to-Stock 2.com/instguides → SAP R/3 → Release 4.1/CRM 4.2 (optional) # SAP APO 3.1 Scenario Overview Make-to-Stock Make-to-Stock offers an integrated process covering the make-to-stock manufacturing model.1 (optional) # SAP SCM 4.1 # SAP R/3 4. shipping and billing 2.3 Make-to-Stock .0 # SAP R/3 4.3.

Set 2.com/instguides → SAP R/3 Enterprise → SAP R/3 Enterprise Core 4. see SAP Service Marketplace under http://service. see SAP Service Marketplace under http://service. see SAP Service Marketplace under http://service.10 (SR) or Installation of SAP R/3 Enterprise 47X200 For detailed information.sap.2 For detailed information about the required R/3 Plug Ins.com/instguides → mySAP CRM optional 3 optional 4 optional Installation for SAP R/3 – SCM 4.sap. Action [Corresponding Documentation] Remarks and Subsequent Steps [Corresponding Documentation] 1 Installation of SAP R/3 4. Set 1.3 Make-to-Stock .com/instguides → SAP R/3 → Release 4. see SAP Service Marketplace under http://service.6C For detailed information.00 Installation of SAP R/3 Plug In 2003.0 No.sap.sap.6C SR2 → SAP R/3 Installation on <operating system>: <database> or Installation of SAP R/3 Enterprise 47X110 For detailed information.1 For detailed information see SAP APO Installation on <operating system>: <database> located on the mySAP Supply Chain Management Installation/Upgrade Guide CDROM.com/instguides → SAP R/3 Enterprise → SAP R/3 Enterprise Core 4.70/Ext.70/Ext.0/CRM 4.70/Ext.Implementation Sequence or Installation of SAP R/3 Enterprise 47X110 For detailed information.com/instguides → SAP R/3 Enterprise → SAP R/3 Enterprise Core 4. see SAP Service Marketplace under http://service.com/instguides → SAP R/3 Enterprise → SAP R/3 Enterprise Core 4.10 (SR) or Installation of SAP R/3 Enterprise 47X200 For detailed information. see SAP Service Marketplace under http://service. Set 1.2.1. see SAP Service Marketplace under http://service.1 For detailed information about the required R/3 Plug Ins.5.70/Ext.1 Make-to-Stock 2. Installation of SAP CRM 3.com/R3plug-in Installation of SAP APO 3.com/R3plug-in optional 2 82 . Set 2.sap.1 For detailed information. see SAP Service Marketplace under http://service.00 2 Installation of SAP R/3 Plug In 2001.sap.sap.5.sap.

see SAP Service Marketplace under http://service.0 For detailed information.sap.3 Make-to-Stock .sap. Set 1.com/instguides → SAP R/3 → Release 4.6C For detailed information.1/CRM 4.00 Installation of SAP R/3 Plug In 2004.5.com/R3plug-in Installation of SAP SCM 4.10 (SR) or Installation of SAP R/3 Enterprise 47X200 For detailed information. Installation of SAP CRM 4.Implementation Sequence 3 Installation of SAP SCM 4.sap.com/instguides → mySAP CRM optional 4 optional Installation for SAP R/3 – SCM 4.0 For detailed information see SAP APO Installation on <operating system>: <database> located on the mySAP Supply Chain Management Installation/Upgrade Guide CDROM.0 For detailed information.0 No.sap.com/instguides → SAP R/3 Enterprise → SAP R/3 Enterprise Core 4. Installation of SAP CRM 4. see SAP Service Marketplace under http://service. see SAP Service Marketplace under http://service.1 For detailed information about the required R/3 Plug Ins.sap.com/instguides → SAP R/3 Enterprise → SAP R/3 Enterprise Core 4.sap. see SAP Service Marketplace under http://service. see SAP Service Marketplace under http://service.com/instguides → mySAP CRM optional 2 3 optional 4 optional 83 .1 Make-to-Stock 2.70/Ext. see SAP Service Marketplace under http://service.5.70/Ext.1.2. Set 2. Action [Corresponding Documentation] Remarks and Subsequent Steps [Corresponding Documentation] 1 Installation of SAP R/3 4.1 For detailed information see SAP SCM Installation on <operating system>: <database> located on the mySAP Supply Chain Management Installation/Upgrade Guide CDROM.6C SR2 → SAP R/3 Installation on <operating system>: <database> or Installation of SAP R/3 Enterprise 47X110 For detailed information.

5.2.2 Make-to-Order For Make-to-Order. the following topics are covered: • • • Scenario Overview Make-to-Order [Page 85] Technical System Landscape for Make-to-Order [Page 85] Overview of the Make-to-Order Implementation Sequence [Page 85] 84 .5.2 Make-to-Order 2.

The scenario covers: • • • • • Demand planning for product components based on the product characteristics Sales process using configurable products Production planning and scheduling using the order specific BOM Order driven production and procurement execution Shipping. assembly and order billing 2.0 # SAP R/3 4.Implementation Sequence This section lists the sequence of steps (installation. A release by SAP is required.6C or SAP R/3 Enterprise 47x110 or SAP R/3 Enterprise 47x200 # SAP R/3 Plug-In 2004.1 (optional) # SAP SCM 4.1 and SAP CRM 3. technical configuration.1 # SAP R/3 4.0/CRM 4.2.1 (optional) # SAP CRM 4.2.1 Scenario Overview Make-to-Order Make-to-Order offers an integrated process covering the make-to-order manufacturing model.6C or SAP R/3 Enterprise 47x110 or SAP R/3 Enterprise 47x200 # SAP R/3 Plug-In 2001. application configuration) required to implement the business scenario.1/CRM 4.6C or SAP R/3 Enterprise 47x110 or SAP R/3 Enterprise 47x200 # SAP R/3 Plug-In 2003.2.APO 3.5.2 (optional) SAP APO 3.2.3 Make-to-Order .0 (optional) # SAP CRM 4.2.2 Make-to-Order 2.1 are available on customer project base only.SCM 4.5.5. you need to use the following components in one of the combinations described: • R/3 .0 # SAP R/3 4.5.1/CRM 3.0 (optional) R/3 .1 Scenario Overview Make-to-Order 2.0 (optional) • 2.2 Technical System Landscape for Make-toOrder In order to use the Make-to-Order scenario.5.SCM 4.1 (optional) # SAP SCM 4. 85 . # • R/3 .

3.sap. see SAP Service Marketplace under http://service.com/instguides → SAP R/3 Enterprise → SAP R/3 Enterprise Core 4.2.sap.1/CRM 3.com/instguides → mySAP CRM SAP CRM 3.2 For detailed information about the required R/3 Plug Ins. see SAP Service Marketplace under http://service.com/instguides → SAP R/3 Enterprise → SAP R/3 Enterprise Core 4.6C For detailed information.6C For detailed information.1 For detailed information.5.1 For detailed information see SAP APO Installation on <operating system>: <database> located on the mySAP Supply Chain Management Installation/Upgrade Guide CDROM. see SAP Service Marketplace under http://service. A release by SAP is required optional Installation for SAP R/3 – SCM 4.sap. Set 1.00 Installation of SAP R/3 Plug In 2001.5.2.sap. Action [Corresponding Documentation] Remarks and Subsequent Steps [Corresponding Documentation] 1 Installation of SAP R/3 4.6C SR2 → SAP R/3 Installation on <operating system>: <database> or Installation of SAP R/3 Enterprise 47X110 For detailed information.1 is available on customer project base only.1 is available on customer project base only.sap.1 No. see SAP Service Marketplace under http://service.5. see SAP Service Marketplace under http://service.2.sap.Installation Installation for SAP R/3 – APO 3.70/Ext.Implementation Sequence 2.com/instguides → SAP R/3 → Release 4.0/CRM 4.2 Make-to-Order 2.3 Make-to-Order . optional 2 3 SAP APO 3. Action [Corresponding Documentation] Remarks and Subsequent Steps [Corresponding Documentation] 1 Installation of SAP R/3 4.70/Ext.10 (SR) or Installation of SAP R/3 Enterprise 47X200 For detailed information. A release by SAP is required 4 Installation of SAP CRM 3. Set 2.0 No.com/instguides → SAP R/3 → Release 86 .com/R3plug-in Installation of SAP APO 3.1 Make-to-Order . see SAP Service Marketplace under http://service.

0 For detailed information see SAP APO Installation on <operating system>: <database> located on the mySAP Supply Chain Management Installation/Upgrade Guide CDROM.com/instguides → mySAP CRM optional 3 optional 4 optional Installation for SAP R/3 – SCM 4.6C SR2 → SAP R/3 Installation on <operating system>: <database> or Installation of SAP R/3 Enterprise 47X110 For detailed information.1/CRM 4.sap.3 Make-to-Order .70/Ext.6C SR2 → SAP R/3 Installation on <operating system>: <database> or Installation of SAP R/3 Enterprise 47X110 For detailed information.10 (SR) or Installation of SAP R/3 Enterprise 47X200 For detailed information.10 (SR) or Installation of SAP R/3 Enterprise 47X200 For detailed information. see SAP Service Marketplace under http://service.sap.sap. see SAP Service Marketplace under http://service.2 Make-to-Order 2.0 For detailed information.6C For detailed information. see SAP Service Marketplace under http://service.com/instguides → SAP R/3 Enterprise → SAP R/3 Enterprise Core 4. Set 2.Implementation Sequence 4. Installation of SAP CRM 4. see SAP Service Marketplace under http://service.com/instguides → SAP R/3 → Release 4.0 No.70/Ext.70/Ext. Set 1.com/instguides → SAP R/3 Enterprise → SAP R/3 Enterprise Core 4.com/instguides → SAP R/3 Enterprise → SAP R/3 Enterprise Core 4.00 2 Installation of SAP R/3 Plug In 2003. Set 1. Set 2.sap. see optional 2 87 .2. see SAP Service Marketplace under http://service. see SAP Service Marketplace under http://service.2.sap.70/Ext.1 For detailed information about the required R/3 Plug Ins.5.sap.com/R3plug-in Installation of SAP SCM 4. see SAP Service Marketplace under http://service.com/instguides → SAP R/3 Enterprise → SAP R/3 Enterprise Core 4.5.sap. Action [Corresponding Documentation] Remarks and Subsequent Steps [Corresponding Documentation] 1 Installation of SAP R/3 4.00 Installation of SAP R/3 Plug In 2004.1 For detailed information about the required R/3 Plug Ins.

Installation of SAP CRM 4.2 Make-to-Order SAP Service Marketplace under http://service.5.1 For detailed information see SAP SCM Installation on <operating system>: <database> located on the mySAP Supply Chain Management Installation/Upgrade Guide CDROM.com/instguides → mySAP CRM optional 4 optional 88 .com/R3plug-in 3 Installation of SAP SCM 4.0 For detailed information. see SAP Service Marketplace under http://service.2.sap.sap.

5.5.2. the following topics are covered: • • • Scenario Overview MTO with Order BOM [Page 90] Technical System Landscape for MTO with Order BOM [Page 90] Overview of the Implementation Sequence of MTO with Order BOM [Page 90] 89 .3 Make-to-Order with Order Bill-of Material 2.3 Make-to-Order with Order Bill-of Material For Make-to-Order with Order Bill-of-Material (MTO with Order BOM).

5. assembly and order billing 2.5.0/CRM 4.SCM 4.6C or SAP R/3 Enterprise 47x110 or SAP R/3 Enterprise 47x200 # SAP R/3 Plug-In 2004. application configuration) required to implement the business scenario.3. see SAP Service Marketplace under http://service.5.1 (optional) # SAP SCM 4.2.5.3. A release by SAP is required.0 # SAP R/3 4. # • R/3 .6C SR2 → SAP R/3 Installation on <operating system>: 90 .com/instguides → SAP R/3 → Release 4.0 No.0 are available on customer project base only.6C For detailed information.0/CRM 4.5.1 (optional) # SAP CRM 4.1/CRM 4.0 and SAP CRM 4. Action [Corresponding Documentation] Remarks and Subsequent Steps [Corresponding Documentation] 1 Installation of SAP R/3 4.3 MTO with Order BOM Implementation Sequence This section lists the sequence of steps (installation. The scenario covers: • • • • • • Demand planning for product components based on the product characteristics Sales process using configurable products Additional customer-specific engineering using an order-specific bill-of-material Production planning and scheduling using the order specific BOM Order driven production and procurement execution Shipping.0 (optional) 2. 2.sap.2 Technical System Landscape for MTO with Order BOM In order to use the Make-to-Order with Order BOM scenario.1 (optional) # # SAP SCM 4.3. you need to use the following components in one of the combinations described: • R/3 .5.1 Scenario Overview MTO with Order BOM 2.SCM 4.3.1 MTO with Order BOM Installation Installation for SAP R/3 SCM 4. technical configuration.3.3.0 # R/3 4.3 Make-to-Order with Order Bill-of Material 2.6C or SAP R/3 Enterprise 47x110 or SAP R/3 Enterprise 47x200 # SAP R/3 Plug-In 2003.1 Scenario Overview MTO with Order BOM Make-to-Order with Order BOM offers an integrated process covering the make-to-order manufacturing model including additional customer-specific design/engineering.

6C SR2 → SAP R/3 Installation on <operating system>: <database> or Installation of SAP R/3 Enterprise 47X110 For detailed information.com/instguides → mySAP CRM SAP CRM 4. see SAP Service Marketplace under http://service. A release by SAP is required Installation for SAP R/3 – SCM 4. see SAP Service Marketplace under http://service.70/Ext.5.5. see SAP Service Marketplace under http://service.70/Ext.com/instguides → SAP R/3 Enterprise → SAP R/3 Enterprise Core 4.com/instguides → SAP R/3 → Release 4.70/Ext.sap. see SAP Service Marketplace under http://service.sap.sap.1 For detailed information about the required R/3 Plug Ins.00 2 Installation of SAP R/3 Plug In 2003.1/CRM 4. see SAP Service Marketplace under http://service.com/instguides → SAP R/3 Enterprise → SAP R/3 Enterprise Core 4.0 No.sap.0 For detailed information see SAP SCM Installation on <operating system>: <database> located on the mySAP Supply Chain Management Installation/Upgrade Guide CDROM optional 3 SAP SCM 4.com/R3plug-in Installation of SAP SCM 4. Action [Corresponding Documentation] Remarks and Subsequent Steps [Corresponding Documentation] 1 Installation of SAP R/3 4.10 (SR) or Installation of SAP R/3 Enterprise 47X200 For detailed information.10 (SR) 91 .3 MTO with Order BOM Implementation Sequence <database> or Installation of SAP R/3 Enterprise 47X110 For detailed information. Set 2. Set 1.0 is available on customer project base only.sap.sap. see SAP Service Marketplace under http://service. A release by SAP is required 4 Installation of SAP CRM 4.2.3 Make-to-Order with Order Bill-of Material 2.com/instguides → SAP R/3 Enterprise → SAP R/3 Enterprise Core 4.0 For detailed information.0 is available on customer project base only.6C For detailed information.3. Set 1.

com/instguides → SAP R/3 Enterprise → SAP R/3 Enterprise Core 4.sap. Set 2.sap. see SAP Service Marketplace under http://service.com/R3plug-in Installation of SAP SCM 4.3 Make-to-Order with Order Bill-of Material or Installation of SAP R/3 Enterprise 47X200 For detailed information.1 For detailed information see SAP SCM Installation on <operating system>: <database> located on the mySAP Supply Chain Management Installation/Upgrade Guide CDROM.0 For detailed information.1 For detailed information about the required R/3 Plug Ins.com/instguides → mySAP CRM optional 3 optional 4 optional 92 .sap.70/Ext.00 2 Installation of SAP R/3 Plug In 2004. see SAP Service Marketplace under http://service.2. see SAP Service Marketplace under http://service. Installation of SAP CRM 4.5.

4 Engineer-to-Order – Project Manufacturing For Engineer-to-Order – Project Manufacturing.5.5.4 Engineer-to-Order – Project Manufacturing 2.2. the following topics are covered: • • • Engineer-to-Order – Project Manufacturing – Overview [Page 94] Technical System Landscape for Engineer-to-Order – Project Manufacturing [Page 94] Overview of the Engineer-to-Order – Project Manufacturing Implementation Sequence [Page 94] 93 .

6C Installation for SAP R/3 Enterprise 47X110 – APO 3. application configuration) required to implement the business scenario.5.4. you need to use the following components in one of the combinations described in SAP for Industrial Machinery & Components Overview [Page 77].4. 2.5.Project Manufacturing scenario.4 Engineer-to-Order – Project Manufacturing 2.5.Project Manufacturing .Project Manufacturing offers an integrated process covering the engineer-to-order manufacturing model.Overview 2.5.2 Technical System Landscape for Engineer-toOrder .1 Engineer-to-Order .5.5.6C For more information.1 Engineer-to-Order .4. Action [Corresponding Documentation] Remarks and Subsequent Steps [Corresponding Documentation] 1 Installation of SAP R/3 EnterpriseCore 47X110 94 .1 No.1 Engineer-to-Order – Project Manufacturing Installation Installation for SAP R/3 4.Project Manufacturing To use the Engineer-to-Order .4. technical configuration.6C No.sap. see SAP Components → SAP R/3 Enterprise → SAP R/3 → Release 4.4.Project Manufacturing Implementation Sequence This section lists the sequence of steps (installation. The scenario covers • • • • • • • Project planning Advance procurement Engineering Project-driven production planning and scheduling Purchase order processing Manufacturing execution Project execution 2. 2.com/instguides. in the SAP Service Marketplace at service. Action [Corresponding Documentation] Remarks and Subsequent Steps [Corresponding Documentation] 1 Installation of SAP R/3 4.3.3 Engineer-to-Order .1/CRM 3.2.Project Manufacturing Overview Engineer-to-Order .

see mySAP Business Suite Solutions → mySAP SCM → Using SAP APO 3.com/instguides. Action [Corresponding Documentation] Remarks and Subsequent Steps [Corresponding Documentation] 1 Installation of SAP R/3 EnterpriseCore 47X110 For more information.1 For more information.1 Installation of SAP CRM 3.sap.com/R3plug-in Installation of SAP SCM 4.10 Installation of SAP R/3 Plug In 2003. see SAP Components→ SAP R/3 Enterprise → SAP R/3 Enterprise Core 4.sap.sap.2. in the SAP Service Marketplace at service. see mySAP Business Suite Solutions → mySAP SCM → Using SAP SCM 4.5.sap.5. Set 1. in the SAP Service Marketplace.com/instguides.Implementation Sequence For more information.Project Manufacturing . Installation for SAP R/3 Enterprise 47X110 – SCM 4.70 / Ext.1 For more information about the required R/3 Plug Ins.com/instguides.0/CRM 4.0 No. in the SAP Service Marketplace at service.com/R3plug-in Installation of SAP APO 3. in the SAP Service Marketplace at service.10 2 Installation of SAP R/3 Plug In 2001.sap.2 For more information about the required R/3 Plug Ins.70 / Ext.0 For more information. in the SAP Service Marketplace see service. A release by SAP is required. see SAP Components → SAP R/3 Enterprise → SAP R/3 Enterprise Core 4.1 and SAP CRM 3.4 Engineer-to-Order – Project Manufacturing 2.sap.com/instguides.4. Set 1.com/instguides. in the SAP Service Marketplace at service.sap. see mySAP Business Suite Solutions → mySAP CRM optional 2 3 optional 4 optional 95 .1 are available on customer project base only.3 Engineer-to-Order . see service. in the SAP Service Marketplace at service.0 Server Installation of SAP CRM 4.sap.0 For more information.com/instguides. in the SAP Service Marketplace at service. see mySAP Business Suite Solutions → mySAP CRM optional 3 optional 4 optional SAP APO 3.1 For more information.

A release by SAP is required. in the SAP Service Marketplace at service.com/R3plug-in Installation of SAP SCM 4.1/CRM 4. Action [Corresponding Documentation] Remarks and Subsequent Steps [Corresonding Documentation] 1 Installation of SAP R/3 Enterprise Core 47X200 For more information.0 and SAP CRM 4.1 Server optional 2 optional 4 Installation of SAP CRM 4.1 For more information.1 No.5. in the SAP Service Marketplace at service. 96 . in the SAP Service Marketplace. see mySAP Business Suite Solutions → mySAP SCM → Using SAP SCM 4.1 are available on customer project base only. Installation for SAP R/3 Enterprise 47X200 – SCM 4.com/instguides.70 /Ext. in the SAP Service Marketplace at service.Set 2. see mySAP Business Suite Solutions → mySAP CRM.00 Installation of SAP R/3 Plug-In 2004.com/instguides. see service.0 are available on customer project base only.sap.2.sap.sap.sap.1 and SAP CRM 4.1 For more information about the required R/3 Plug-Ins. optional SAP SCM 4.1 For more information.4 Engineer-to-Order – Project Manufacturing SAP SCM 4. see SAP Components → SAP R/3 Enterprise → SAP R/3 Enterprise Core 4.com/instguides. A release by SAP is required.

5 After Market Sales and Service For After Market Sales and Service. the following topics are covered: • • • Scenario Overview After Market Sales and Service [Page 98] Technical System Landscape for After Market Sales and Service [Page 98] Overview of the Implementation Sequence of After Market Sales and Service [Page 98] 97 .5 After Market Sales and Service 2.2.5.5.

1/CRM 3.0 (optional) • • 2.5.1 After Market Sales and Service .5.0 (optional) R/3 .1 # SAP R/3 4.5.1 Scenario Overview After Market Sales and Service After Market Sales and Service offers integrated processes for industrial machinery and components manufacturers covering: • • • • Service Forecasting and Optimization Service Parts Management Service Execution Management Service Analytics 2.APO 3.0/CRM 4. 2.5 After Market Sales and Service 2.1/CRM 4.5.SCM 4.5. you need to use the following components in one of the combinations described: • R/3 .1 (optional) # SAP SCM 4.2 Technical System Landscape for After Market Sales and Service In order to use the After Market Sales and Service scenario.6C or SAP R/3 Enterprise 47x110 or SAP R/3 Enterprise 47x200 # SAP R/3 Plug-In 2003.5.5. see SAP Service Marketplace under http://service.3 After Market Sales and Service Implementation Sequence This section lists the sequence of steps (installation.6C SR2 → SAP R/3 Installation on <operating system>: 98 .2 (optional) # SAP APO 3.5.3.6C or SAP R/3 Enterprise 47x110 or SAP R/3 Enterprise 47x200 # SAP R/3 Plug-In 2001.6C For detailed information. technical configuration.2.1 (optional) R/3 .5.1 (optional) # SAP CRM 3.5.0 (optional) # SAP CRM 4.1 (optional) # SAP SCM 4. application configuration) required to implement the business scenario.0 # SAP R/3 4.Installation Installation for SAP R/3 – APO 3.1/CRM 3.1 No.0 # SAP R/3 4. Action [Corresponding Documentation] Remarks and Subsequent Steps [Corresponding Documentation] 1 Installation of SAP R/3 4.1 Scenario Overview After Market Sales and Service 2.5.com/instguides → SAP R/3 → Release 4.sap.1 (optional) # SAP CRM 4.6C or SAP R/3 Enterprise 47x110 or SAP R/3 Enterprise 47x200 # SAP R/3 Plug-In 2004.SCM 4.

2.5.5 After Market Sales and Service 2.5.5.3 After Market Sales and Service - Implementation Sequence

<database> or Installation of SAP R/3 Enterprise 47X110 For detailed information, see SAP Service Marketplace under http://service.sap.com/instguides → SAP R/3 Enterprise → SAP R/3 Enterprise Core 4.70/Ext. Set 1.10 (SR) or Installation of SAP R/3 Enterprise 47X200 For detailed information, see SAP Service Marketplace under http://service.sap.com/instguides → SAP R/3 Enterprise → SAP R/3 Enterprise Core 4.70/Ext. Set 2.00 2 Installation of SAP R/3 Plug In 2001.2 For detailed information about the required R/3 Plug Ins, see SAP Service Marketplace under http://service.sap.com/R3plug-in Installation of SAP APO 3.1 For detailed information see SAP SCM Installation on <operating system>: <database> located on the mySAP Supply Chain Management Installation/Upgrade Guide CDROM. Installation of SAP CRM 3.1 For detailed information, see SAP Service Marketplace under http://service.sap.com/instguides → mySAP CRM optional

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plug-in 3 Installation of SAP SCM 4.0 For detailed information see SAP SCM Installation on <operating system>: <database> located on the mySAP Supply Chain Management Installation/Upgrade Guide CDROM. Installation of SAP CRM 4.0 For detailed information, see SAP Service Marketplace under http://service.sap.com/instguides → mySAP CRM optional

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2.5.6 Service Parts Management
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1 Service Parts Management .6 Service Parts Management 2.2 (optional) # SAP APO 3.1/CRM 3.1 No.1 (optional) # SAP SCM 4.0 (optional) # SAP CRM 4.2.5.1/CRM 3.5.5.SCM 4.0 (optional) R/3 .3.sap. Action [Corresponding Documentation] Remarks and Subsequent Steps [Corresponding Documentation] 1 Installation of SAP R/3 4.com/instguides → SAP R/3 → Release 102 . see SAP Service Marketplace under http://service.APO 3.6.0 (optional) • • 2.5.6. application configuration) required to implement the business scenario.1 (optional) # SAP CRM 4.6.1 (optional) # SAP SCM 4.1/CRM 4. 2.1 Scenario Overview Service Parts Management Service Parts Management offers integrated processes for industrial machinery and components covering: • • • • • Demand and consumption forecasting Parts planning and optimization Parts procurement Global parts logistics Van stock management 2.6C For detailed information.3 Service Parts Management .6.1 (optional) R/3 .6C or SAP R/3 Enterprise 47x110 or SAP R/3 Enterprise 47x200 # SAP R/3 Plug-In 2004.5.1 Scenario Overview Service Parts Management 2.SCM 4. technical configuration.6C or SAP R/3 Enterprise 47x110 or SAP R/3 Enterprise 47x200 # SAP R/3 Plug-In 2001.1 (optional) # SAP CRM 3.0/CRM 4.2 Technical System Landscape for Service Parts Management In order to use the Service Parts Management scenario.Installation Installation for SAP R/3 – APO 3.0 # SAP R/3 4.6C or SAP R/3 Enterprise 47x110 or SAP R/3 Enterprise 47x200 # SAP R/3 Plug-In 2003. you need to use the following components in one of the combinations described: • R/3 .5.6.0 # SAP R/3 4.Implementation Sequence This section lists the sequence of steps (installation.1 # SAP R/3 4.

sap. Installation of SAP CRM 3.70/Ext. Set 1.com/instguides → SAP R/3 Enterprise → SAP R/3 Enterprise Core 4.6C SR2 → SAP R/3 Installation on <operating system>: <database> or Installation of SAP R/3 Enterprise 47X110 For detailed information. see SAP Service Marketplace under http://service.0 No.2. see SAP Service Marketplace under http://service.00 Installation of SAP R/3 Plug In 2003.Implementation Sequence 4. Set 1.6C For detailed information.10 (SR) or Installation of SAP R/3 Enterprise 47X200 For detailed information. see SAP Service Marketplace under http://service. Action [Corresponding Documentation] Remarks and Subsequent Steps [Corresponding Documentation] 1 Installation of SAP R/3 4.sap.sap.3 Service Parts Management .2 For detailed information about the required R/3 Plug Ins. see SAP Service Marketplace under http://service.00 2 Installation of SAP R/3 Plug In 2001. see SAP Service Marketplace under http://service.sap. see SAP Service Marketplace under http://service.10 (SR) or Installation of SAP R/3 Enterprise 47X200 For detailed information.70/Ext. Set 2. see SAP Service Marketplace under http://service. see optional 2 103 .5.com/instguides → SAP R/3 → Release 4.1 For detailed information see SAP SCM Installation on <operating system>: <database> located on the mySAP Supply Chain Management Installation/Upgrade Guide CDROM.70/Ext.sap.sap.6C SR2 → SAP R/3 Installation on <operating system>: <database> or Installation of SAP R/3 Enterprise 47X110 For detailed information.com/instguides → SAP R/3 Enterprise → SAP R/3 Enterprise Core 4.com/instguides → mySAP CRM optional 3 optional 4 optional Installation for SAP R/3 – SCM 4. Set 2.6.sap.1 For detailed information.0/CRM 4.com/instguides → SAP R/3 Enterprise → SAP R/3 Enterprise Core 4.5.com/R3plug-in Installation of SAP APO 3.6 Service Parts Management 2.1 For detailed information about the required R/3 Plug Ins.70/Ext.com/instguides → SAP R/3 Enterprise → SAP R/3 Enterprise Core 4.

Installation of SAP CRM 4.sap. Action [Corresponding Documentation] Remarks and Subsequent Steps [Corresponding Documentation] 1 Installation of SAP R/3 4.0 For detailed information see SAP SCM Installation on <operating system>: <database> located on the mySAP Supply Chain Management Installation/Upgrade Guide CDROM. see SAP Service Marketplace under http://service.com/instguides → mySAP CRM optional 2 3 optional 4 optional 104 .70/Ext.1 For detailed information see SAP SCM Installation on <operating system>: <database> located on the mySAP Supply Chain Management Installation/Upgrade Guide CDROM.0 For detailed information.com/instguides → SAP R/3 Enterprise → SAP R/3 Enterprise Core 4.sap.10 (SR) or Installation of SAP R/3 Enterprise 47X200 For detailed information.com/instguides → SAP R/3 → Release 4.sap. see SAP Service Marketplace under http://service.5.com/R3plug-in 3 Installation of SAP SCM 4. Installation of SAP CRM 4. Set 1.com/instguides → SAP R/3 Enterprise → SAP R/3 Enterprise Core 4.sap.6C SR2 → SAP R/3 Installation on <operating system>: <database> or Installation of SAP R/3 Enterprise 47X110 For detailed information.sap.1/CRM 4.70/Ext.com/instguides → mySAP CRM optional 4 optional Installation for SAP R/3 – SCM 4.0 For detailed information. see SAP Service Marketplace under http://service.1 For detailed information about the required R/3 Plug Ins.00 Installation of SAP R/3 Plug In 2004. Set 2.2.6C For detailed information.com/R3plug-in Installation of SAP SCM 4.sap.sap. see SAP Service Marketplace under http://service. see SAP Service Marketplace under http://service.0 No. see SAP Service Marketplace under http://service.6 Service Parts Management SAP Service Marketplace under http://service.

see the SAP Library under SAP Mill Products. Software Component SAP for Mill Products Business Scenarios (X = mandatory / (X) = optional / -. wood.6 SAP for Mill Products Overview The SAP for Mill Products solution supports companies in the metal.71 – SCM 4.6 SAP for Mill Products Overview 2. and – through costing – links to Financial Accounting and Controlling. Application Overview SAP for Mill Products provides the following scenarios: • • Multiple Output Planning (MOP) [Page 108] Non-Ferrous Metal Pricing in Sales [Page 112] • Non-Ferrous Metal Pricing in Purchasing [Page 117] In addition to these scenarios. and production and delivery. SAP for Mill Products Components This section provides an overview of the business scenarios and corresponding components mentioned above.0 SAP GUI 640 SAP R/3 4. The applications provide costing and inventory management.6C X X DIMP 4. integrated quality management functions.71 – SCM 4. from product design and configuration to preliminary planning and order processing.1 X -- 105 . paper. capacity planning. production and materials management. textiles. SAP for Mill Products provides you with additional functions for handling materials with many variants quickly and clearly in sales. For more information on the SAP for Mill Products functions. SAP for Mill Products applications accompany the entire supply chain cycle.2. cable and building materials industries with industry-specific enhancements in logistical business processes.0 X -DIMP 4.6C1 – SCM 4.= not part of the business scenario) Multiple Output Planning (MOP) MP 4.

= not part of the business scenario) Non-Ferrous Metal Pricing in Sales Non-Ferrous Metal Pricing in Purchasing X X X SAP GUI 620 SAP R/3 Enterprise Core 4.6C1 DIMP 4.2. The Implementation Guide (IMG) explains all the steps in the implementation process. You can also document projects in the IMG such as: ! The SAP Reference IMG ! The Enterprise IMG ! The Project IMG Implementation Process The following table provides an overview of the main installation steps and the related documents for an R/3 system with an add-on.1 or higher SAP R/3 Plug-In 2004. where the relevant system settings are made.6 SAP for Mill Products Overview SAP R/3 Enterprise Core 4.0 SAP SCM 4.71 SAP R/3 Plug-In 2003.70 DIMP 4. is IMG Customizing activities. tells you the SAP standard (factory) Customizing settings and describes the system configuration activities.1 SAP liveCache -X -X -X -X X -X X -X -X X -X -X -X X Software Component SAP for Mill Products Business Scenarios (X = mandatory / (X) = optional / -.71 X X X SAP for Mill Products Implementation – General Description The Implementation Guide is a tool for configuring the SAP system to meet customer requirements. The main section.70 SAP Mill Products 4. 106 .1 or higher SAP SCM 4. The hierarchical structure of the IMG is based on the application component hierarchy and lists all the documentation that is relevant for implementing the SAP system.

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Make sure that the following prerequisites are met: If you want to use the SAP GUI with a terminal server, Windows Terminal Server must be installed on your front-end host. Installation of SAP R/3 Enterprise Core 4.70 For detailed information, see http://service.sap.com/instguides → SAP R/3 Enterprise → SAP R/3 Enterprise → Inst. Guide - SAP R/3 Enterprise Core 4.70 Installation on <operating system>: <database> Installation of DIMP 4.71 For detailed information about the installation of DIMP 4.71, see SAP Note 59 64 35. Installation of SAP R/3 Plug In 2004.1 For detailed information about the required R/3 PlugIns, see the SAP Service Marketplace: http://service.sap.com/r3-plug-in Installation of SAP SCM 4.1 For detailed information, see http://service.sap.com/instguides → mySAP SCM → Using SAP SCM 4.1 Server → Installation Guide – SCM Server 4.1 <Operating System>: <Database> Installation of SAP liveCache for SAP APO Install the required languages (Guide: Language Transport, (BC-CTS-LAN)

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2.6.1 Multiple Output Planning (MOP)
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2.6.1.1 Multiple Output Planning – Overview
The Multiple Output Planning (MOP) scenario allows you to plan and carry out a production in which one product is divided (cut, split etc.) into several other products. The scenario enhances the functions of standard order generation in Production Planning and Detailed Scheduling (PP/DS). This is particularly interesting for branches of industry with surface or length oriented materials (for example, foil or paper). Multiple Output Planning provides all the required functions: • • • • • Selection of production receipts or stocks to cover the requirements of an order Creation of additional receipts produced, for example, offcuts in cutting operations Value assignment of the characteristics of additional receipts Consideration of component receipts and customer-specific requirements when creating planned orders Single requirement combination using which an MOP order can cover several requirements (for example, from different sales orders)

For more information, see the documentation Business Scenario: Multiple Output Planning (MOP).

You can use Multiple Output Planning at different levels of complexity. If you want to implement a complex scenario with Multiple Output Planning – as described in the scenario delivered by SAP – we advise you to embark on a project in cooperation with SAP. For further information, see Note 52 55 71 – MOP: Function restrictions.

2.6.1.2 Technical System Landscape for Multiple Output Planning
In order to use the Multiple Output Planning scenario, you need to use the following components in one of the combinations described: • DIMP 4.71 – SAP SCM 4.1 # SAP R/3 Enterprise Core 4.70 # DIMP 4.71 # SAP R/3 Plug In 2004.1 or higher # SAP SCM 4.1 # SAP liveCache DIMP 4.71 – SAP SCM 4.0 # SAP R/3 Enterprise Core 4.70 # DIMP 4.71 # SAP R/3 Plug In 2003.1 or higher # SAP SCM 4.0 # SAP liveCache Mill Products 4.6C1 – SCM 4.0 # SAP R/3 4.6C # SAP Mill Products 4.6C1

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application configuration) required to implement the business scenario.3.com/instguides → mySAP SCM → Using SAP SCM 4.6.6.6.3 Multiple Output Planning – Implementation Sequence SAP R/3 Plug In 2001.com/ibc → Industry Solutions → SAP for Mill Products → Multiple Output Planning.71 3 Installation of SAP R/3 Plug In 2004.70 Installation on <operating system>: <database> For detailed information about the installation of DIMP 4.1 Server → Installation Guide – SCM Server 4. in addition.1.1 4 Installation of SCM 4.0.1 5 Installation of SAP liveCache for SAP APO 2. 2.sap.1.1 Multiple Output Planning (MOP) 2.com/instguides → SAP R/3 Enterprise → SAP R/3 Enterprise → Inst.2. see http://service.sap.1 <Operating System>: <Database> 1 2 Installation of DIMP 4.6.71 – SCM 4. technical configuration. see http://service.1. see SAP Service Marketplace: http://service.3 Multiple Output Planning – Implementation Sequence This section lists the sequence of steps (installation.71 – SAP SCM 4. SAP Note 48 07 27.3. see SAP Note 596435.1.sap. 2. No. Action [Corresponding Documentation] Installation of SAP R/3 Enterprise Core 4.70 Remarks and Subsequent Steps [Corresponding Documentation] For detailed information.sap.71.6. For detailed information about the required R/3 Plug-Ins.1 Multiple Output Planning – Installation This section only describes the installation of the components for the combination DIMP 4.2 Multiple Output Planning – Upgrade See the Business Scenario Upgrade Guide for Multiple Output Planning under http://service.1 for Multiple Output Planning. 110 .0 SAP liveCache # # # See.Guide – SAP R/3 Enterprise Core 4.2 or higher SAP SCM 4. SAP recommends using the combination DIMP 4.com/r3-plug-in For detailed information.

3 Multiple Output Planning – Implementation Sequence 2.1 Multiple Output Planning (MOP) 2.6.6.com/ibc → Industry Solutions → SAP for Mill Products → Multiple Output Planning.1. 111 .sap.6.2.1.3 Multiple Output Planning – Configuration See the documentation Multiple Output Planning: Configuration Guide for the corresponding release under http://service.3.

2 Non-Ferrous Metal Pricing in Sales For Non-Ferrous Pricing in Sales.6.6.2.2 Non-Ferrous Metal Pricing in Sales 2. the following topics are covered: ! Non-Ferrous Pricing in Sales overview [Page 113] ! Technical system landscape for Non-Ferrous Pricing in Sales [Page 115] ! Overview of the implementation sequence of Non-Ferrous Pricing in Sales [Page 115] 112 .

average rates and pricing arrangements. as they are traded on exchanges. from sales processing to invoice creation. It is a planned value. represents the complete Business Process for non-ferrous materials as regards price determination in the logistics chain in sales. Within this Business Process.2 Non-Ferrous Metal Pricing in Sales 2. Predefined value of a non-ferrous material for calculating prices on the basis of a long-term exchange rate. in particular. for example. fixed rates. Non-Ferrous Metal Pricing in Sales.1 Metal Pricing in Sales – Overview 2. key date rates. specific and flexible pricing arrangements such as provisions (that is. 113 . the use of metals that belong to or are provided by the customer). This enables you to react flexibly to changes in price determination at short notice.6.2. Non-Ferrous Metal Pricing in Sales provides the following: • • • • • • • • • • • • • Definition of listed raw materials with base quantities and procurement surcharges specific to non-ferrous metals Definition of different base values and reporting bases specific to non-ferrous metals Definition of different rate determination methods using general function modules Definition and assignment of different exchanges Definition of different metal contents of a material Maintenance and analysis of metal rates also using datafeed providers Mapping of default values at different levels Definition of prices Agreements regarding metal rates to be used Provision of materials by customers Coverage (pricing arrangements) Integration in the sales information system Evaluation of all documents with non-ferrous metals 2 3 1 1 2 Quantity to which the exchange rate of a non-ferrous metal relates. Materials that contain non-ferrous metals are described as nonferrous materials (NF materials).6. The Business Scenario.6. There are various different rate determination methods (methods for determining exchange rates) available for non-ferrous metals in the Business Scenario. The rates in the Business Scenario can be maintained automatically in an Internet interface using datafeed providers. 3 Value of a non-ferrous metal that is used in accounting. Non-Ferrous Metal Pricing in Sales also covers.1 Metal Pricing in Sales – Overview Non-ferrous metals (NF metals) frequently undergo considerable fluctuations in price.2.2.

2 Non-Ferrous Metal Pricing in Sales 2.05 Coverage on specific rate date NF Metal Coverage Material M1 2000m Coverage quantity: 150 kg (75 kg/1000 m) NF metal: Valid unit: Coverage key: Fixed rate: Coverage quantity: 001 Copper 31.2.12.150 kg 01.10.6.2.6.1 Metal Pricing in Sales – Overview Material Master Relevant non-ferrous materials: $ Copper 320 kg/1000m $ Alumin. 10kg/1000m Customer Relevant exchange Default values $ LME $ SIEFSA Sales Order Rate Determination Rate Table 230 210 190 170 150 130 110 90 70 50 Aug 99 Copper Aluminium Lead $ Date of order $ Average rate for month $ Fixed rate $ Etc.10. Figure 2 Non-Ferrous Metal Coverage (Bulk Agreement) in Sales 114 . Sales $ Manual rate Feb 00 Oct 99 Dec 99 Figure 1 Non-Ferrous Metal Pricing in Sales Sales Order er ad He ms Ite F N NF Metal: 001 Copper Rate determination key: .00 05 $412 500 kg Coverage Tracing + 500 kg . 25.04 Coverage at fixed rate .

2.2.1 Metal Pricing in Sales – Installation No. Issue posting 100 kg 3 4 Figure 3 Non-Ferrous Metal Provision in Sales 2.2.3.2 Technical System Landscape for Metal Pricing in Sales In order to use the Non-Ferrous Metal Pricing in Sales scenario.71 3 Customizing of the NF Metal Processing 115 .2 Non-Ferrous Metal Pricing in Sales 2.100 kg 2 Sales order creation with reference to provision by means of rate determination key Automatic posting of consumed provision quantity in the billing document Provision history Billing Document History PO Issue 200 kg 03.2 Technical System Landscape for Metal Pricing in Sales Customer: Copper provision 200kg for 2000m material Sales Order 1 Current provision stock Provision stock + 500 kg .6. see the SAP Library for DIMP 4.71 based on SAP R/3 Enterprise Core 4. see http://service. technical configuration. you require SAP DIMP 4.71.2. 2. application configuration) required to implement the business scenario.100 kg . see SAP Note 596435. You make the required settings in Customizing for Logistics .com/instguides→ SAP R/3 Enterprise → SAP R/3 Enterprise → Inst.6. 2 Installation of DIMP 4.General under NF Metal Processing.70.3 Metal Pricing in Sales – Implementation Sequence This section lists the sequence of steps (installation. Issue posting 100 kg 2.70 Remarks and Subsequent Steps [Corresponding Documentation] For detailed information.70 Installation on <operating system>: <database> For detailed information about the installation of DIMP 4.6.02.Guide – SAP R/3 Enterprise Core 4.sap. For more information. 1 Action [Corresponding Documentation] Installation of SAP R/3 Enterprise Core 4. Billing Document 1. 2.6.71 under SAP Mill Products → NF Metal Processing.6.2.

2 Metal Pricing in Sales – Configuration For information on non-ferrous metal processing and the Customizing settings required.2. 116 .6.3. see the SAP Library for DIMP 4.2.3 Metal Pricing in Sales – Implementation Sequence 2.2 Non-Ferrous Metal Pricing in Sales 2.2.6.71 under SAP Mill Products → NF Metal Processing.6.

6.3 Non-Ferrous Metal Pricing in Purchasing 2.3 Non-Ferrous Metal Pricing in Purchasing For Non-Ferrous Metal Pricing in Purchasing.6.2. the following topics are covered: ! Non-Ferrous Metal Pricing in Purchasing overview [Page 118] ! Technical system landscape for Non-Ferrous Metal Pricing in Purchasing [Page 120] ! Overview of the implementation sequence of Non-Ferrous Metal Pricing in Purchasing [Page 120] 117 .

There are various different rate determination methods (methods for determining exchange rates) available for non-ferrous metals in the Business Scenario. Predefined value of a non-ferrous metal for calculating prices on the basis of a long-term exchange rate. key date rates. represents the complete Business Process for non-ferrous materials as regards price determination in the logistics chain in purchasing.3.2.6.1 Metal Pricing in Purchasing – Overview 2. in particular. Within this Business Process.6. Non-Ferrous Metal Pricing in Purchasing.6.3. 118 . The Business Scenario. for example. It is a planned value. 6 Value of a non-ferrous metal that is used in accounting. the use of metals that belong to or are provided by the customer). This enables you to react flexibly to changes in price determination at short notice . as they are traded on exchanges. Non-ferrous Metal Pricing in Purchasing also covers. Materials that contain non-ferrous metals are described as nonferrous materials (NF materials).1 Metal Pricing in Purchasing – Overview Non-ferrous metals (NF metals) frequently undergo considerable fluctuations in price. average rates and pricing arrangements. Non-Ferrous Metal Pricing in Purchasing provides the following: • • • • • • • • • • • • • Definition of listed raw materials with base quantities and procurement surcharges specific to non-ferrous metals Definition of different base values and reporting bases specific to non-ferrous metals Definition of different rate determination methods using general function modules Definition and assignment of different exchanges Definition of different metal contents of a material Maintenance and analysis of metal rates also using datafeed providers Mapping of default values at different levels Definition of prices Agreements regarding metal rates to be used Provisions of materials by customers Coverage (pricing agreements) Integration in the purchasing information system Evaluation of all documents with non-ferrous metals 5 6 4 4 5 Quantity to which the exchange rate of a non-ferrous metal relates. specific and flexible pricing arrangements such as provisions (that is.3 Non-Ferrous Metal Pricing in Purchasing 2. The rates in the Business Scenario can be maintained automatically in an Internet interface using datafeed providers. from purchase order processing to logistics invoice verification. fixed rates.

150 kg 01.05 Coverage on specific rate date NF Metal Coverage Material M1 2000m Coverage quantity: 150 kg (75 kg/1000 m) NF metal: Valid unit: Coverage key: Fixed rate: Coverage quantity: 001 Copper 31.6. 10kg/1000m Vendor Relevant exchange Default values $ LME $ SIEFSA Purchase Order Rate Determination Rate Table 230 210 190 170 150 130 110 90 70 50 Aug 99 Copper Aluminium Lead $ Date of order $ Average rate for month $ Fixed rate $ Etc.04 Coverage at fixed rate .10.10.1 Metal Pricing in Purchasing – Overview Material Master Relevant non-ferrous materials: $ Copper 320 kg/1000m $ Alumin.00 05 $412 500 kg Coverage Tracing + 500 kg .3. Figure 2 Non-Ferrous Metal Coverage (Bulk Agreement) in Purchasing 119 .3 Non-Ferrous Metal Pricing in Purchasing 2.6.12.2. Purchasing $ Manual rate Feb 00 Oct 99 Dec 99 Figure 1 Non-Ferrous Metal Pricing in Purchasing Purchase Order er ad s He m Ite F N NF Metal: 001 Copper Rate determination key: . 25.

3.1 Metal Pricing in Purchasing – Installation No.71.6.3. You make the required settings in Customizing for Logistics – General under NF Metal Processing. 1 Action [Corresponding Documentation] Installation of SAP R/3 Enterprise Core 4. 2 Installation of DIMP 4.70 Remarks and Subsequent Steps [Corresponding Documentation] For detailed information. application configuration) required to implement the business scenario. 2.3.02.6.6. you require SAP DIMP 4. see SAP Note 596435. Issue posting 100 kg 3 Automatic posting of consumed provision quantity in the invoice 4 Provision history Figure 3 Non-Ferrous Metal Provision in Purchasing 2.71 3 Customizing of the NF Metal Processing 120 .2 Technical System Landscape for Metal Pricing in Purchasing Vendor: Subcontract1 Copper provision 200 KG for 2000m material Purchase Order 1 Current provision stock Provision stock + 500 Kg .2. INVOICE 1.3 Non-Ferrous Metal Pricing in Purchasing 2.3. see the SAP Library for DIMP 4.6.70 Installation on <operating system>: <database> For detailed information about the installation of DIMP 4.71 under SAP Mill Products → NF Metal Processing.100 kg 2 Purchase order creation with reference to provision by means of rate determination key Invoice History PO Issue 200 kg 03. 2.3. technical configuration.3 Metal Pricing in Purchasing – Implementation Sequence This section lists the sequence of steps (installation.2 Technical System Landscape for Metal Pricing in Purchasing In order to use the Non-Ferrous Metal Pricing in Purchasing scenario. For more information. see http://service.70. Issue posting 100 kg 2.Guide – SAP R/3 Enterprise Core 4.sap.71 based on SAP R/3 Enterprise Core 4.6.com/instguides → SAP R/3 Enterprise → SAP R/3 Enterprise → Inst.100 kg .

2 Metal Pricing in Purchasing – Configuration For information on non-ferrous metal processing and the Customizing settings required.6.6.71 under SAP Mill Products → NF Metal Processing.3. 121 .3.2.3 Non-Ferrous Metal Pricing in Purchasing 2. see the SAP Library for DIMP 4.

It is an advanced planning and scheduling tool that enables realtime decision support and collaborative network optimization across the extended supply chain. For more information concerning liveCache technology infrastructure. The main capabilities of SAP’s new memory-resident object oriented technology are the following: • • Application logic execution right where the data is stored in order to avoid network load.70.1. liveCache is SAP’s state of the art memory based computing technology for real-time. Built-in business functionality in form of C++ object methods.6C. SAP R/3 runs on SAP Basis.sap.1 SAP Components 3. see the SAP Statement about SAP APO/liveCache availability at http://service.0A on request. liveCache has an SQL interface that is used to communicate with the SAP instances. which is the successor of SAP R/3 4. requirements and performance recommendations. With native SQL. Aggregation of relational data structures retrieved from the database into application specific. liveCache is a required SAP APO architecture component. COM Routines for SAP APO ABAP Programs and the SAP APO optimizers use native SQL for communicating through the standard SAP database interface to liveCache.com/scm.1 Application Components SAP R/3 Enterprise Core 4. optimized data representations in main memory. ABAP programs call stored 122 . SAP APO helps companies synchronize supply chain activities with their partners and excel at customer service and order fulfillment. Only a subset of these components is required for the installation of a specific business scenario.70. 3. see the SAP Service Marketplace at http://service.3 Software Components Overview 3.1.70 You can use SAP R/3 Enterprise Core 4.1 Application Components 3 Software Components Overview This section provides additional information about the most important SAP for Discrete Industries and Mill Products software components.sap. SAP liveCache liveCache for SAP APO liveCache is based on SAP DB technology and ensures the highest mySAP SCM performance. For more details. For a scenario-specific overview of components. high speed processing of very large data volumes.com/scm. As a result optimization and planning tasks can be performed in minutes or seconds. SAP Advanced Planning and Optimization SAP Advanced Planning and Optimization (SAP APO) is part of the mySAP Supply Chain Management solution suite. • • • Ready to exploit 64-Bit technology. liveCache is available on NT/Intel and Windows 2000 and supported on 64-Bit UNIX as of SAP APO 3. SAP R/3 Enterprise Core 4. contains mainly the same functionality but has been optimized as far as performance and Unicode compatibility is concerned. Semantic synchronization with the SAP database. see the section Business Scenario Overview.

The optimization technology integrates four different planning methods in one planning system to fulfill optimization requirements: • • Heuristics. and production lines for use in repetitive and flow manufacturing.com/platforms With SAP Web Application Server 6.20. Supply Network Planning. process structure and factory layout – in which you can maintain data for BOMs.20. Do not install the CRM Server on Windows NT 4. The COM routines are part of a dynamic link library that runs in the process context of the liveCache instance. The SAP Optimizer server is supported on NT/Intel and Windows 2000. the J2EE Engine delivers a proven e-business environment with native Java support for easy deployment. This manipulation includes creation and deletion of objects in the liveCache.3. It consists of three areas – product structure.20). SAP Basis 6. You can find detailed information about the released platforms in SAP Service Marketplace: http://service.20 must be installed on Windows 2000 or dedicated UNIX platforms. The COM routines have direct access to the objects stored in the liveCache and can manipulate them. External optimizers can be called from the SAP APO.1 SAP Components 3. SAP APO Optimizer is optional. As an integral part of the SAP Web Application Server 6. All this data is maintained in an environment called the iPPE workbench. In case of highly complex planning scenarios. Integrated Product and Process Engineering (IPPE) A master data model for configurable products/materials that have many variants.com. This strategy enables mySAP SCM customers to take advantage of both the mySAP SCM existing set of optimizers and company-specific optimization software.sap. User specific heuristics. Optimizers. 123 . An SQL class provides access from the COM routine to the SQL data. from the design phase and production through to operative use.1. SAP APO Optimizer SAP has developed an innovative and flexible APS optimization solution which opens SAP APO’s advanced planning and scheduling capabilities to external optimization technology: The Optimization Extension Workbench.1 Application Components procedures in the liveCache that point to Component Object Model (COM) routines written in C++. Sequencing. Capable-To-Match. based on local optimization criteria. Integrated Product and Process Engineering enables the continual description of a product. a J2EE standards-based Application Engine is shipped and supported by SAP as a runtime environment for the Java-based components of mySAP. CRM Server The CRM Server is the central SAP system within CRM system landscapes. optimization results improve with increasing CPU time. Network Design.0. guided by global objective function based on key performance indicators. also as batch job. It is based on the SAP Web Application Server (SAP Basis Release 6. routings. Transportation Planning and Vehicle Scheduling. SAP APO Optimizers can be used for Detailed Production Scheduling. which create instant working plans taking specific business constraints into account. • • User specific optimizers. external optimizers.

You can provide access to shared data held in the Discrete Industries System and seamlessly integrate the dealers in key processes such as vehicle ordering.6C.1. configuration. It includes industryspecific enhancements of the following industry solutions: • • • • • • SAP for Aerospace & Defense SAP for Automotive SAP for High Tech SAP for Engineering.1. coupled with full life-cycle support for Javabased e-business components. 3.1 SAP Components 3. Construction & Operations SAP for Industrial Machinery & Components SAP for Mill Products Discrete Industries Web-Interface (DI-WI 3. which increases customer satisfaction and reduces processing costs Service parts ordering with catalog integration and real-time availability and pricing information Mill Products 4. which reduces finished inventory and therefore capital cost Highly automated warranty claim processing.6C1 Software Component that is based on SAP R/3 4.2 Industry-specific Components straightforward installation and administration. monitoring. With new integration features it is possible to link the SAP Web Application Server to the Exchange Infrastructure. and warranty claim processing. The homogeneous infrastructure for J2EE and ABAP environments of SAP Web Application Server 6. and load balancing for both programming environments. security. the cross component process management through WebFlow has been enhanced.2 Industry-specific Components DIMP 4. including recall management and return parts logistics.0) The Discrete Industries Web-Interface is designed for OEMs.70. 124 . It includes industry-specific enhancements of SAP for Mill Products. In particular. The Discrete Industries Web-Interface provides: • • • Increased visibility and transparency of the vehicle supply chain for the relevant parties. wholesalers. service parts ordering.3. Improvements in life-cycle management and enhanced security features reduce the complexity and cost of solution management.71 Software component that is based on SAP R/3 Enterprise Core 4.20 guarantees centralized and unified installation. These features also help to make the direct connection between applications easier. Further developments include new functions for document processing and business communication for better support of business applications. or importers who want to support collaborative processes with their entire dealership network using a webbased channel solution.

They also make it possible to use mySAP. For SAP R/3 3.1. certain SAP R/3 Support Package levels are required to install the SAPR/3 Plug-In.6B or higher SAP R/3 releases require SAP R/3 Plug-Ins. which enable the exchange of data between one or several SAP R/3 systems and other mySAP. SAP Internet Transaction Server Interface between the SAP system and the Internet. 125 . as well as SAP CRM Internet Sales. only PI is available.1I with SAP R/3 4.6C. The benefit of this downward compatibility is that you can simply install a new SAP GUI release instead of patching an old one.com components with transaction data and master data in real time. The PI-A versions of the SAP R/3 Plug-In releases are generally non-modifying. the PI versions of the SAP R/3 Plug-Ins are non-modifying.0B.3.1I. For more information and for download.5B. and SAP SEM) as well as with mySAP. the PI versions of the SAP R/3 Plug-In releases are modifying. and SAP SEM.com industry-specific components based on SAP R/3 4.com components. For SAP R/3 3. Customers can order the most recent SAP R/3 Plug-In releases free of charge or download them from the SAP Service Marketplace.1I. As a result.0B. For SAP R/3 4. a PI-A version also supports SAP BBP 2. see SAP Service Marketplace (http://service.6C. Depending on the combination of the SAP R/3 Plug-In release and version and the SAP R/3 release. The SAP front end software release must always be at least the same as SAP R/3. you cannot use SAP GUI 3.6B or higher SAP R/3 releases. SAP R/3 Plug-Ins are add-ons to SAP R/3. SAP R/3 Plug-Ins are shipped with mySAP.com application components like SAP APO or SAP CRM together with certain mySAP. SAP CRM. the recommendation is to install a new SAP GUI release. EBP. All mySAP.0B to 4. SAP BBP/Enterprise Buyer.com industry-specific components. there are two versions of each SAP R/3 Plug-In release. In many problem situations.1I up to 4. and there fore require Conflict Resolution Transports (CRTs) for their installation. SAP BW.20) can be used with all previous SAP R/3 releases (such as 4.com application components (SAP APO. The SAP GUI maintenance strategy takes advantage of this feature. For SAP R/3 4. Use For SAP R/3 3. The SAP R/3 Plug-Ins supply the mySAP. SAP APO.6B and 4. older SAP systems can also benefit form the features that are only available in the newer SAP GUI releases – for example. SAP BBP. the latest release of the SAP GUI software (such as SAP GUI 6.com/r3-plug-in).0. a PI version and a PI-A version.sap.com industryspecific components based on SAP R/3 4. the look and feel of EnjoySAP and support for Windows 2000.0B and Enterprise Buyer 2.1.3 Technology Components 3. which means that they modify SAP R/3 standard objects.3 Technology Components SAP R/3 Plug-Ins Definition SAP R/3 Plug-Ins (PI) are interfaces. SAP CRM. For example. SAP GUI Generally. because patches cannot always be provided for older SAP GUI releases even if SAP still maintains the SAP R/3 System with the same release number. The PI version supports SAP BW.0B). PI-A is a subset of PI and contains interfaces for SAP BW and SAP BBP 1.1 SAP Components 3.

3. which creates a connection to the SAP system. function modules. The ITS then controls the communications and data exchange between the SAP system and the Web server. 126 . When a user calls an application. the request passes to the Web server with which the Web browser is connected. The Web server transmits the request to the ITS.3. and reports from a Web browser.2 Non-SAP Components There are no obligatory non-SAP components to build up the scenarios described.2 Non-SAP Components The SAP Internet Transaction Server (ITS) enables users to communicate with SAP R/3 directly by running business transactions. The ITS consists of two main components – the WGate (Web gateway) and the AGate (application gateway).

sap.com/securityguide SAP Service Marketplace http://service.70 on <Operating System>: <Database> Master Guide SCM 4.1 <Operating System>: <Database> Note 59 64 35 Business Scenario Description Maintenance and Service Planning Installing the SAP SCM System Purpose Where to find SAP Service Marketplace http://service.com/ibc → Industry Solutions → SAP for Aerospace & Defense → Maintenance and Service Planning SAP Service Marketplace Installing the DIMP 4. Guide – SAP R/3 Enterprise 4.71 System Detailed description of this scenario Configuration Guide Setting up the business 127 .70 SAP Service Marketplace http://service.sap.com/notes SAP Service Marketplace http:/service.com/r3-plug-in SAP Service Marketplace http://service.sap.sap.com/ti SAP Presentation CD-ROM SAP Service Marketplace http://service.1 Server SAP Service Marketplace http://service.0 For Maintenance and Service Planning (MSP) Title Information about Plug-In Installation for OLTP R/3 Systems Installation Guide – SCM Server 4.1 Installing the SAP GUI Installing the SAP R/3 Enterprise Core 4.sap. For all Business Scenarios Title Several network and infrastructure documents SAP Front End Installation Guide Inst.1 Server SAP Service Marketplace http://service.sap.70 System Purpose Where to find SAP Service Marketplace http://service.com/instguides → SAP R/3 Enterprise → SAP R/3 Enterprise Core 4.4 References: Related Implementation / Configuration Guides 4 References: Related Implementation / Configuration Guides List of additional implementation and configuration documentation for SAP for Discrete Industries and Mill Products and its business scenarios.1 Component Security Guide Master Guide – mySAP CRM 4.sap.sap.com/instguides → mySAP SCM → Using SAP SCM 4.com/instguides → mySAP SCM → Using SAP SCM 4.sap.com/instguides → mySAP CRM → Installation and Upgrade Guides SAP SCM 4.

com/r3-plug-in SAP Service Marketplace http://service.com/ibc → Industry Solutions → SAP for Mill Products → Multiple Output Planning SAP Service Marketplace http://service.com/instguides → mySAP SCM → Using SAP 128 .com/notes SAP Service Marketplace http://service.sap.com/r3-plug-in SAP Service Marketplace http://service.sap.4 References: Related Implementation / Configuration Guides Maintenance and Service Planning scenario Maintenance and Service Planning in the corresponding systems http://service.sap.com/ibc → Industry Solutions → SAP for Aerospace & Defense → Maintenance and Service Planning SAP Service Marketplace http://service.com/instguides → mySAP SCM → Using SAP SCM 4.sap.sap.sap.1 <Operating System>: <Database> Note 59 64 35 Business Scenario Description Multiple Output Planning Installing the SAP SCM System Purpose Where to find SAP Service Marketplace http://service.1 <Operating System>: <Database> Installing the SAP SCM System Purpose Where to find SAP Service Marketplace http://service.com/ibc → Industry Solutions → SAP for Mill Products → Multiple Output Planning SAP Service Marketplace http://service.com/ibc → Industry Solutions → SAP for Mill Products → Multiple Output Planning Installing the DIMP 4.com/ibs → Industry Solutions → SAP for Aerospace & Defense → Maintenance and Service Planning Scenario Security Guide Maintenance and Service Planning For Multiple Output Planning (MOP) Title Information about Plug-In Installation for OLTP R/3 Systems Installation Guide – SCM Server 4.71 System Detailed description of this scenario Configuration Guide Multiple Output Planning Setting up the business scenario Multiple Output Planning in the corresponding systems Scenario Security Guide Multiple Output Planning For Make to Order for OEM Title Information about Plug-In Installation for OLTP R/3 Systems Installation Guide – SCM Server 4.sap.1 Server SAP Service Marketplace http://service.sap.sap.sap.

com/ibc → Industry Solutions → SAP for Automotive → Interaction Center for Automotive Business Scenario Description Interaction Center for Automotive Detailed description of this scenario Configuration Guide Interaction Center for Automotive Setting up the business scenario Interaction Center for Automotive in the corresponding systems 129 .com/r3-plug-in SAP Service Marketplace http://service.sap.com/ibc → Industry Solutions → SAP for Automotive → Make to Order for OEM SAP Service Marketplace http://service.sap.71 System Detailed description of this scenario SCM 4.1 Server SAP Service Marketplace http://service.com/ibc → Industry Solutions → SAP for Automotive → Make to Order for OEM Configuration Guide Make to Order for OEM Setting up the business scenario Make to Order for OEM in the corresponding systems Scenario Security Guide Make to Order for OEM For Interaction Center for Automotive Title Information about Plug-In Installation for OLTP R/3 Systems CRM Server – <Operating System>: <Database> Installing the SAP CRM System Purpose Where to find SAP Service Marketplace http://service.sap.sap.com/ibc → Industry Solutions → SAP for Automotive → Make to Order for OEM SAP Service Marketplace http://service.4 References: Related Implementation / Configuration Guides System>: <Database> Note 59 64 35 Business Scenario Description Make to Order for OEM Installing the DIMP 4.sap.sap.com/instguides → mySAP CRM → Installation and Upgrade Guides SAP Service Marketplace http://service.sap.com/notes SAP Service Marketplace http://service.sap.com/ibc → Industry Solutions → SAP for Automotive → Interaction Center for Automotive SAP Service Marketplace http://service.

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