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SAP PP - Shop Floor Control Configuration

SAP PP - Shop Floor Control Configuration

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As you know, a bill of material is a complete structure list of the components (or raw
material/semi-finished) that make up a product (Finished Good).

In SAP, you create the BOM level by level with Tcode “CS01”. The system can cater for
different type of BOM (referring to the different modules of SAP). For production you’ll
choose BOM usage 1. This BOM will be copied into the Production Order whenever
a new Order is created.

As you can see after you enter the screen, you define the BOM level by level.

A Step-by-Step Guide to the SAP PP Shop Floor Control Configurations

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Now, let us look at a simple example:

FERT requires the raw materials RAW 1 and semi-finished goods SEMI.
SEMI requires the raw materials RAW 1 and RAW 2.
Therefore, you’ll define two single BOM with Tcode CS01.

The SAP system automatically LINK the Multi-level BOM structure for you.

Now, when a user create a Production Order for FERT, two different Production Order
will be created
. One for FERT, and the other for SEMI. The reason is because FERT
and SEMI requires different manufacturing process to be completed.

You can used Tcode CSMB to view the Multi-level BOM. Click the button Start the
Material BOM Browser.

RAW 1

SEMI

RAW 1

RAW 2

FERT

The system will quickly find the BOM relationship automatically for you.

A Step-by-Step Guide to the SAP PP Shop Floor Control Configurations

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