R/3 Enterprise 1.

470 June 2004 English

P26 - Plant Maintenance
Building Block Installation Guide

SAP AG Neurottstr. 16 69190 Walldorf Germany

SAP Best Practices

Plant Maintenance: Installation Guide

Copyright
© Copyright 2003 SAP AG. All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or for any purpose without the express permission of SAP AG. The information contained herein may be changed without prior notice. Some software products marketed by SAP AG and its distributors contain proprietary software components of other software vendors. Microsoft®, WINDOWS®, NT®, EXCEL®, Word®, PowerPoint® and SQL Server® are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation. IBM®, DB2®, DB2 Universal Database, OS/2®, Parallel Sysplex®, MVS/ESA, AIX®, S/390®, AS/400®, OS/390®, OS/400®, iSeries, pSeries, xSeries, zSeries, z/OS, AFP, Intelligent Miner, WebSphere®, Netfinity®, Tivoli®, Informix and Informix® Dynamic ServerTM are trademarks of IBM Corporation in USA and/or other countries. ORACLE® is a registered trademark of ORACLE Corporation. UNIX®, X/Open®, OSF/1®, and Motif® are registered trademarks of the Open Group. Citrix®, the Citrix logo, ICA®, Program Neighborhood®, MetaFrame®, WinFrame®, VideoFrame®, MultiWin® and other Citrix product names referenced herein are trademarks of Citrix Systems, Inc. HTML, DHTML, XML, XHTML are trademarks or registered trademarks of W3C®, World Wide Web Consortium, Massachusetts Institute of Technology. JAVA® is a registered trademark of Sun Microsystems, Inc. JAVASCRIPT® is a registered trademark of Sun Microsystems, Inc., used under license for technology invented and implemented by Netscape. MarketSet and Enterprise Buyer are jointly owned trademarks of SAP AG and Commerce One. SAP, SAP Logo, R/2, R/3, mySAP, mySAP.com, and other SAP products and services mentioned herein as well as their respective logos are trademarks or registered trademarks of SAP AG in Germany and in several other countries all over the world. All other product and service names mentioned are the trademarks of their respective companies.

© SAP AG

Page 2 of 29

screen titles. paths and options. Example text EXAMPLE TEXT Emphasized words or phrases in body text. Screen output. These include field names. Pointed brackets indicate that you replace these words and characters with appropriate entries. pushbuttons as well as menu names. when surrounded by body text. upgrade and database tools. These are words or characters that you enter in the system exactly as they appear in the documentation. program names. This includes file and directory names and their paths. Keys on the keyboard. function keys (such as F2) or the ENTER key.SAP Best Practices Plant Maintenance: Installation Guide Icons Icon Meaning Caution Example Note Recommendation Syntax Typographic Conventions Type Style Example text Description Words or characters that appear on the screen. for example. titles of graphics and tables. Cross-references to other documentation. transaction codes. Exact user entry. table names. SELECT and INCLUDE. Variable user entry. for example. Names of elements in the system. source code. messages. These include report names. Example text EXAMPLE TEXT Example text <Example text> © SAP AG Page 3 of 29 . and individual key words of a programming language. names of variables and parameters as well as names of installation.

.................21 Configuring Order Types..2........3 Assigning Maintenance Planning Plant to Maintenance Plant......12 Creating Allocation Structure............2 Uploading the Installation Role..........................................4...............4..............17 .................................................7 ..............4........................................6 Defining Planner Groups................6 ..............17 ........4....18 ...................................17 Assigning Notification Types to Order Types..............................9 ...........................4..........................................................................13 ...................................................6 1 Purpose...................27 Maintaining Indicator for Notification and Order Data...................................4...................19 Defining Catalog Profile............................13 .......................................................................................................15 ...........................................26 Defining Default Order Types for Maintenance Items.............................................................................6 3 Requesting the Installation Status......6 2 Preparation....15 .............................................4.......4.............................10 ....4.........................6 4 Configuration....14 ..............................................................................20 Changing Catalogs and Catalog Profile for Notification Type..................................................................4.....7 ...........................................4...............................16 .............12 ..4......28 Assigning Costing Parameters and Results Analysis Keys..........................7 ......4...................................................................................................4......4................................................13 Creating Settlement Profile....................................2.................9 Configuring Planner Groups...24 Creating Default Value Profiles for External Procurement...................................................................11 Defining Profiles With Default Values..............25 Defining Default Values for Task List Data and Profile Assignment..................18 .................4...................9 ........14 Maintaining Value Categories.........22 Assigning Order Types to Maintenance Plants...........................................................................................................18 Maintaining Catalogs..................................................11 ..1 Defining Location...SAP Best Practices Plant Maintenance: Installation Guide Content Installation Guide.......................................................................................................8 ..................................11 ........................................................4........4.............8 Defining Business Views for Equipment Categories...........................5 Defining Plant Sections......4..................................4..............16 ..........................................................10 ..........4................................................7 Creating Structure Indicator for Reference Functional Locs/Fun.....................12 ..................18 © SAP AG Page 4 of 29 .....................4.................................2 Maintaining Maintenance Planning Plant..16 Setting Screen Templates for the Notification Type.......10 Assigning Maintenance Plan Number.......................................10 ..........................4............................4.......4............................4 Defining Permit Categories...........................................14 ............................................................................................4..15 ..............................................................4..............................................15 Assigning Cost Elements to Value Categories...................................................14 .........23 Defining Default Value for Planning Indicator for Each Order Typ..1 Prerequisites.............................................................................................................................4.............................8 ...6 ........................

..........1 Import LSMW Project...............................................19 .....................5....................................24 ...................................4.........27 ..............33 Defining Default Values for Units for Operation.5 Creating Equipment.26 ..................................26 ....5......11 Creating Equipments BOM Position............28 ............... Collective Purchase Requisition Indicator...............30 Defining Scope of Check.......................................................5....23 .............4........................5..................9 Creating BOM Header...................26 .....................................4 Creating Function Locations....................22 ......4..........37 Defining Currency for Maintenance Statistics.......................SAP Best Practices Plant Maintenance: Installation Guide ....................22 .....................................5..21 ...23 .................................38 Assigning Value Categories to Maintenance Cost Key Figures..........................................4........................................................................................................20 ..........................32 Defining Default Values for Component Item Categories..............27 ..........20 ..................................28 ...............................................................................................................2 Creating Materials for PM.......................................28 ............................21 .........35 Defining Control Parameters for Completion Confirmations...4........29 Defining Change Docs.............................23 .....................................................4..............6 Changing Equipment by Installing Functional Location...............................................................................4... Operations................................................5..........................................................10 Creating BOM Items............................................8 Creating Equipment BOM............5.............31 Defining Checking Control.........4.................................5.........................................................19 ...............5..........27 .................3 Creating Workplace...............................................................................5.7 Creating PM Ass'Y Group...................23 5 Master Data..................................34 Setting Scheduling Parameters.......................................29 © SAP AG Page 5 of 29 .......................................................................................................4...............................5............................................4...........12 Setting the Installation Status.36 Defining Causes for Variances.................................................5..

2. The Building Block Plant Maintenance provides an installation role for each mySAP. If you are not familiar working with BC Sets or CATTs. If you prefer executing some of the steps manually.SAP Procedure For details how to upload the installation roles to the system and how to work with the roles please refer to building block Essential Information. 2 Preparation . refer to the section Working with CATTs and Working with BC Sets in the documentation Building Block Essential Documentation.com component that is involved in this installation.1 Prerequisites To use the Plant Maintenance. If you do not want to use the automated installation process but prefer to manually set up the Plant Maintenance configuration within the system landscape that has already been installed refer to the configuration guide of the Plant Maintenance.SAP Best Practices Plant Maintenance: Installation Guide Installation Guide 1 Purpose This Installation Guide provides you with the information you need to set up the configuration of the Plant Maintenance using automated configuration tools.2 Uploading the Installation Role Use Before you can start with the installation using the automated procedures described in this Installation Guide. or SAP CRM.2. © SAP AG Page 6 of 29 . This enables you to keep track of the installation process. such as SAP APO. please refer to the Configuration Guide of the Building Block Plant Maintenance. install the following Building Blocks in your SAP system: Building Block # P00 Component SAP R/3 Description Pharmaceuticals Basics . The following roles are available: Technical name /SMB28/P26_01I Description Plant Maintenance File name for upload P26_01I. such as BC Sets or CATT Procedures. The installation role enables you to comfortably access all transactions required for the installation from the relevant system. 3 Use Requesting the Installation Status This activity checks whether the current building block has already been installed. SAP R/3. you need to upload the installation role and assign it to your user.

A location allows a plant to be classified according to spatial or situation criteria. BP01) 4. for some reason. you want to redo some or all of the completed installation of the current building block. (for example. The installation status information is displayed (incomplete. 3. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: SAP R/3 Role Menu Transaction Code Get Status for Building Block P26 /SMB28/T001_P26_26 3. Activate the BC Set /SMB28/V_T499S_B001_P26.2 Maintaining Maintenance Planning Plant Use This activity defines the maintenance planning plant.SAP Best Practices Plant Maintenance: Installation Guide Procedure 1. you can proceed to the next building block.4. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: SAP R/3 Role Menu Transaction Code Configuration → Defining Location /SMB28/B001_P26_01 2. Result If the installation of the current building block is incomplete and you want to complete it now. . successfully installed (complete). Then make your changes before returning to the activity Setting the Installation Status to set the status to complete again. 0001) Enter your plant.4. If. first go to the activity Setting the Installation Status to reset the status to incomplete. Procedure 1. go back to the installation role and proceed with the next step. © SAP AG Page 7 of 29 . or reset to incomplete). In the Enter Variable Field Values screen. 4. change the values of the following fields: Key field Location Plant Value (description) Enter your location. Complete the activation of the BC Set and go back to the installation role. If the installation of the current building block is complete. Choose Execute to start the eCATT procedure.1 Defining Location This activity defines locations within a plant. (for example. 4 Use Configuration .

Activate the BC Set /SMB28/V_T399I_B002_P26. . (for example. In the Enter Variable Field Values screen. In the Enter Variable Field Values screen. Division of permits into logical groups. Procedure 1. Complete the activation of the BC Set and go back to the installation role. BP01) 4. .3 Assigning Maintenance Planning Plant to Maintenance Plant Use This activity assigns planning plant to plant.4. BP01) 4. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: SAP R/3 Role Menu Transaction Code Configuration → Maintaining Maintenance Planning Plant /SMB28/B002_P26_01 2. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: SAP R/3 Role Menu Transaction Code Configuration → Assigning Maintenance Planning Plant to Maintenance Plant /SMB28/B003_P26_01 2.4 Defining Permit Categories Use This activity defines a regulation or condition that must be observed when maintenance work is to be executed on a technical object. Procedure 1. change the values of the following fields: Key field Planning Plant Plant Value (description) Enter your planning plant. Complete the activation of the BC Set and go back to the installation role. (for example. change the values of the following fields: Key field Planning Plant Value (description) Enter your plant. Activate the BC Set /SMB28/V_T001W_I_B003_P26. 3.SAP Best Practices Plant Maintenance: Installation Guide Procedure 1.4. (for example. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: © SAP AG Page 8 of 29 . 3. BP01) Enter your plant.

4. © SAP AG Page 9 of 29 . BP01) 4. 3. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: SAP R/3 Role Menu Transaction Code Configuration → Defining Planner Groups /SMB28/B006_P26_01 2. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: SAP R/3 Role Menu Transaction Code Configuration → Defining Plant Sections /SMB28/B005_P26_01 2. (for example. 3. Procedure 1. In the Enter Variable Field Values screen.5 Defining Plant Sections Use This activity defines plant sections which let you subdivide the maintenance plant from the point of view of production responsibility. (for example. 3. Activate the BC Set /SMB28/V_T024I_B006_P26. . Activate the BC Set /SMB10/V_T352T_B004_P26. Complete the activation of the BC Set and go back to the installation role. . Complete the activation of the BC Set and go back to the installation role. Procedure 1.SAP Best Practices SAP R/3 Role Menu Transaction Code Plant Maintenance: Installation Guide Configuration → Defining Permit Categories /SMB01/B004_P26_01 2. In the Enter Variable Field Values screen. Complete the activation of the BC Set and go back to the installation role. change the values of the following fields: Key field Plant Value (description) Enter your plant. Activate the BC Set /SMB28/V_T357_B005_P26.4.6 Defining Planner Groups Use This activity defines planner groups or maintenance planning groups separately for each planning plant. The person responsible for the plant section is the contact for coordination between production and plant maintenance. BP01) 4. change the values of the following fields: Key field Planning Plant Value (description) Enter your planning plant.

.7 Creating Structure Indicator for Reference Functional Locs/Fun Use This activity creates the structure indicator that determines the edit mask and the number of the hierarchy levels when you create functional location structures.9 Configuring Planner Groups Use This activity determines the planner groups for each plant. Complete the activation of the BC Set and go back to the installation role. Activate the BC Set /SMB28/V_T024A_B009_P26. change the values of the following fields: © SAP AG Page 10 of 29 . Activate the BC Set /SMB10/V_T370S_B007_P26. In the Enter Variable Field Values screen. Procedure 1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: SAP R/3 Role Menu Transaction Code Configuration → Creating Structure Indicator for Reference Functional Locs/Fun /SMB10/B007_P26_01 2. Complete the activation of the BC Set and go back to the installation role.4.4. 3. A planner group is responsible for maintaining task list data.4. Procedure 1. Activate the BC Set /SMB10/V_T370T_A_B008_P26.SAP Best Practices Plant Maintenance: Installation Guide . Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: SAP R/3 Role Menu Transaction Code Configuration → Defining Business Views for Equipment Categories /SMB10/B008_P26_01 2. .8 Defining Business Views for Equipment Categories Use This activity automatically maintains the assigned data fields and screens if you activate the serial data view. 3. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: SAP R/3 Role Menu Transaction Code Configuration → Defining Planner Groups /SMB28/B009_P26_01 2. 3. Procedure 1.

11 Defining Profiles With Default Values Use This activity defines profiles. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: SAP R/3 Role Menu Transaction Code Configuration → Assigning Maintenance Plan Number /SMB10/C001_P26_01 2. Complete the activation of the BC Set and go back to the installation role. (for example. . BP01) 4. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: SAP R/3 Role Menu Transaction Code Configuration → Defining Profiles with Default Values /SMB28/B010_P26_01 2. Choose Execute to start the CATT procedure /SMB10/IP20_C001_P26.10 Assigning Maintenance Plan Number Use This activity assigns every maintenance plan a unique number. organization. Q) Enter your plant. (for example. In the Enter Variable Field Values screen.SAP Best Practices Key field Planner group Planner group Planner group Plant Plant Maintenance: Installation Guide Value (description) Enter your planner group. Organization Value (description) Enter your purch. © SAP AG Page 11 of 29 . BP01) 4. (for example. Activate the BC Set /SMB28/V_TCA41_I_B010_P26.4.4. . 3. 1) Enter your planner group. 3. Procedure 1. 2) Enter your planner group. Complete the activation of the BC Set and go back to the installation role. (for example. (for example. Check the CATT log (optional) and go back to the installation role. You can simplify data entry as follows in task list maintenance: • • Data is proposed or used as a reference from the work center Data is proposed from the profile Procedure 1. change the values of the following fields: Key field Purch.

Procedure 1.4. In the Enter Variable Field Values screen.SAP Best Practices Plant Maintenance: Installation Guide . Complete the activation of the BC Set and go back to the installation role. (for example. change the values of the following fields: Key field Controlling Area Value (description) Enter your controlling area. 3. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: SAP R/3 Role Menu Transaction Code Configuration → Creating Settlement Profile /SMB10/B012_P26_01 2. BP01) 4. © SAP AG Page 12 of 29 . Complete the activation of the BC Set and go back to the installation role. Activate the BC Set /SMB28/CO_SSTRUC_B011_P26. Ignore the warning message: Object CO_SSTRUC CO_SSTRUC Message long text View CO_SSTRCV5 : View cluster CO_SSTRUC does not contain data at all levels Activation of Customizing object CO_SSTRUC ended with warning Activation of BC Set /SMB28/CO_SSTRUC_B011_P26 ended with warnings . You must define the settlement profile before you can enter a settlement rule for a sender. you settle using the appropriate original cost element.4. Activate the BC Set /SMB10/TKB1V_B012_P26. Procedure 1.12 Creating Allocation Structure Use This activity creates an allocation structure. 3. costs incurred under the primary and cost element by a sender are allocated to one or more receivers. During settlement. When you settle by cost element.13 Creating Settlement Profile Use This activity defines a range of control parameters for settlement in the settlement profile. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: SAP R/3 Role Menu Transaction Code Configuration → Creating Allocation Structure /SMB28/B011_P26_01 2.

.4. (for example. 3. Complete the activation of the BC Set and go back to the installation role.4. (for example. These are required to update the: • • Plant Maintenance Information System Customer Service Information System Procedure 1.15 Assigning Cost Elements to Value Categories Use This activity defines a cost element. Procedure 1. Activate the BC Set /SMB28/V_TPIK3_B014_P26. In the Enter Variable Field Values screen. BP01) 4. change the values of the following fields: Key field Controlling Area Value (description) Enter your controlling area.14 Maintaining Value Categories Use This activity maintains value categories.SAP Best Practices Plant Maintenance: Installation Guide . In the Enter Variable Field Values screen. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: SAP R/3 Role Menu Transaction Code Configuration → Assigning Cost Elements to Value Categories /SMB28/B014_P26_01 2. a cost element interval or a cost element group as a value category. Complete the activation of the BC Set and go back to the installation role. © SAP AG Page 13 of 29 . Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: SAP R/3 Role Menu Transaction Code Configuration → Maintaining Value Categories /SMB28/B013_P26_01 2. BP01) 4. Value categories are intervals for cost elements. 3. Activate the BC Set /SMB280/V_TPIR2_PM_B013_P26. change the values of the following fields: Key field Controlling Area Value (description) Enter your controlling area.

Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: SAP R/3 Role Menu Transaction Code Configuration → Assigning Notification Types to Order Types /SMB10/B016_P26_01 2.4. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: SAP R/3 Role Menu Transaction Code Configuration → Maintaining Catalog Groups /SMB10/B017_P26_01 2. © SAP AG Page 14 of 29 . Procedure 1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: SAP R/3 Role Menu Transaction Code Configuration → Setting Screen Templates for the Notification Type /SMB10/B015_P26_01 2. Procedure 1.16 Setting Screen Templates for the Notification Type Use This activity assembles the screens for the notification types individually. with view “System availability”.17 Assigning Notification Types to Order Types Use This activity defines which order type is generated from which notification type.4. . Complete the activation of the BC Set and go back to the installation role.18 Maintaining Catalogs Use This activity maintains Code groups and Codes for notifications. Activate the BC Set /SMB10/V_TQ80_A_B016_P26. Complete the activation of the BC Set and go back to the installation role. Activate the BC Set /SMB10/V_QPGR_CL_B017_P26.SAP Best Practices Plant Maintenance: Installation Guide . Complete the activation of the BC Set and go back to the installation role. notification type M2. Activate the BC Set /SMB10/V_TQSCR_B015_P26. Procedure 1. Malfunction report. 3. .4. In the first step code groups are to be maintained. 3. 3.

SAP Best Practices Plant Maintenance: Installation Guide . 3. Procedure 1.4. . Activate the BC Set /SMB10/V_T352B_CL_B018_P26. In the second step code groups are to be defined.4. there are also technical controls which depend on the order type and may require the creation of different order types.21 Configuring Order Types Use This activity configures order types. Complete the activation of the BC Set and go back to the installation role. Procedure 1. Complete the activation of the BC Set and go back to the installation role. . Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: SAP R/3 Role Menu Transaction Code Configuration → Defining Catalog Profile /SMB10/B018_P26_01 2. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: SAP R/3 Role Menu Transaction Code Configuration → Changing Catalogs and Catalog Profile for Notification Type /SMB10/B019_P26_01 2. Activate the BC Set /SMB10/V_T003O_I_B020_P26. In addition to the business reasons for configuring several order types. 3. Procedure 1. © SAP AG Page 15 of 29 .20 Changing Catalogs and Catalog Profile for Notification Type Use This activity defines the catalog profile for notifications. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: SAP R/3 Role Menu Transaction Code Configuration → Configuring Order Types /SMB10/B020_P26_01 2.19 Defining Catalog Profile Use This activity defines the catalog profile for notifications. Activate the BC Set /SMB10/V_TQ80_C_B019_P26.4. In the first step catalogs are to be defined.

In the Enter Variable Field Values screen. BP01) 4.4. Complete the activation of the BC Set and go back to the installation role. (for example. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: SAP R/3 Role Menu Transaction Code Configuration → Defining Default Value for Planning Indicator for Each Order Type /SMB10/B022_P26_01 2. Activate the BC Set /SMB10/V_T350_P_B023_P26.SAP Best Practices Plant Maintenance: Installation Guide 3. . Complete the activation of the BC Set and go back to the installation role. 3. © SAP AG Page 16 of 29 . Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: SAP R/3 Role Menu Transaction Code Configuration → Assigning Order Types to Maintenance Plants /SMB28/B021_P26_01 2. The order planning indicator is used for selection and statistical analyses in the Plant Maintenance and Customer Service Information System.23 Defining Default Value for Planning Indicator for Each Order Typ Use This activity defines a default value for each order type for the order planning indicator. Complete the activation of the BC Set and go back to the installation role. (for example.4. 3. change the values of the following fields: Key field Planning Plant Plant Value (description) Enter your planning plant. BP01) Enter your plant.22 Assigning Order Types to Maintenance Plants Use This activity determines the allowed maintenance order types for the individual maintenance plants. Activate the BC Set /SMB28/V_T350W_B021_P26. . Procedure 1. Procedure 1.

In the external processing profile. you have maintained a profile for the procurement of material.24 Creating Default Value Profiles for External Procurement Use This activity defines the profiles for external procurement of services and materials. 3. In the previous steps. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: SAP R/3 Role Menu Transaction Code Configuration → Creating Default Value Profiles for External Procurement /SMB28/B023_P26_01 2. Procedure 1. Activate the BC Set /SMB28/V_TPMP_A_B025_P26. you can store default values to generate purchase requisitions from maintenance orders. Organization Enter your purch.SAP Best Practices Plant Maintenance: Installation Guide . BP01) 4. Activate the BC Set /SMB28/V_TPEXT_PM_B024_P26. . In the Enter Variable Field Values screen. (for example. 3. Complete the activation of the BC Set and go back to the installation role. Complete the activation of the BC Set and go back to the installation role. external processing profiles and a general order profile. Procedure 1.4. (for example.25 Defining Default Values for Task List Data and Profile Assignment Use This activity defines which default values are copied into the order data during the order processing. BP01) 4.4. change the values of the following fields: Key field Plant Value (description) Enter your plant. In the Enter Variable Field Values screen. © SAP AG Page 17 of 29 . Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: SAP R/3 Role Menu Transaction Code Configuration → Defining Default Values for Task List Data and Profile Assignment /SMB28/B024_P26_01 2. organization. change the values of the following fields: Key field Value (description) Purch.

here you can define the order types for which these functions should be used and which notification type the system should use. which you can maintain completely if desired. In the Enter Variable Field Values screen.27 Maintaining Indicator for Notification and Order Data Use This activity defines whether you want to maintain notification data and order data in the one screen.26 Defining Default Order Types for Maintenance Items Use This activity defines default values for the creation of maintenance items for the maintenance order types. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: SAP R/3 Role Menu Transaction Code Configuration → Maintaining Indicator for Notification and Order Data /SMB10/B026_P26_01 2. you find some central data fields for the notification. . Activate the BC Set /SMB10/V_T350_NOTDAT_B027_P26. Complete the activation of the BC Set and go back to the installation role.4. 3.4.SAP Best Practices Plant Maintenance: Installation Guide . . Procedure 1. 3. (for example.4. BP01) 4. Because the notification is created automatically by the system. © SAP AG Page 18 of 29 . In the order header data screen. change the values of the following fields: Key field Planning Plant Value (description) Enter your planning plant. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: SAP R/3 Role Menu Transaction Code Configuration → Defining Default Order Types for Maintenance Items /SMB28/B025_P26_01 2. Procedure 1. This means that you can create another notification directly when entering the order.28 Assigning Costing Parameters and Results Analysis Keys Use This activity sets the costing parameters for maintenance orders. Complete the activation of the BC Set and go back to the installation role. Activate the BC Set /SMB28/V_T024I_W_B026_P26.

. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: © SAP AG Page 19 of 29 . BP01) 4. Complete the activation of the BC Set and go back to the installation role. Activate the BC Set /SMB28/V_T399X_K_B028_P26. Activate the BC Set /SMB28/V_T399X_S_B029_P26. Procedure 1.4. (for example.4. In the Enter Variable Field Values screen. In the Enter Variable Field Values screen. Checking group and checking rule together specify the scope of the check. BP01) 4.29 Defining Change Docs. Collective Purchase Requisition Indicator. Collective Purc. . Req. Operation No Interval /SMB28/B028_P26_01 2. change the values of the following fields: Key field Plant Value (description) Enter your plant.30 Defining Scope of Check Use This activity defines the scope of check. 3. Operations Use This activity specifies in which plant and for which order type specific functions are active. 3. Indicator. (for example. change the values of the following fields: Key field Plant Value (description) Enter your plant. Complete the activation of the BC Set and go back to the installation role. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: SAP R/3 Role Menu Transaction Code Configuration → Defining Change Docs. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: SAP R/3 Role Menu Transaction Code Configuration → Assigning Costing Parameters and Results Analysis Keys /SMB28/B027_P26_01 2.SAP Best Practices Plant Maintenance: Installation Guide Procedure 1. Procedure 1.

4. order type. Procedure 1. 3. The checking rule as well as the actual check itself depend on the following parameters: • Plant.31 Defining Checking Control Use This activity defines the check control. 3. Complete the activation of the BC Set and go back to the installation role. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: SAP R/3 Role Menu Transaction Code Configuration → Defining Default Values for Component Item Categories /SMB28/B031_P26_01 2.4. . BP01) 4. change the values of the following fields: Key field Plant Value (description) Enter your plant. In the Enter Variable Field Values screen. The proposal values can be determined dependent on the material type and the maintenance plant. In the Enter Variable Field Values screen. Activate the BC Set /SMB10/V_441V_B030_P26. Activate the BC Set /SMB28/V_T418V_B032_P26. (for example. . release(d) order. Activate the BC Set /SMB28/V_TCO11_B031_P26. change the values of the following fields: © SAP AG Page 20 of 29 . scope of the check. operation The operation can have the following characteristics: • order created. Complete the activation of the BC Set and go back to the installation role. Procedure 1.SAP Best Practices SAP R/3 Role Menu Transaction Code Plant Maintenance: Installation Guide Configuration → Defining Scope of Check /SMB10/B029_P26_01 2.32 Defining Default Values for Component Item Categories Use This activity determines the proposal values for the item categories of the order components. 3. The checking rule together with the checking group specify the scope of the check. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: SAP R/3 Role Menu Transaction Code Configuration → Defining Checking Control /SMB28/B030_P26_01 2.

In addition to the scheduling type. Activate the BC Set /SMB28/V_T399I_E_B033_P26. Activate the BC Set /SMB28/V_TCX00_FAUF_B034_P26. BP01) 4.33 Defining Default Values for Units for Operation Use This activity specifies the default values for units of the duration and the work output of an operation. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: SAP R/3 Role Menu Configuration → Setting Scheduling Parameters Transaction Code /SMB28/B033_P26_01 2. you can determine further scheduling parameters: • • • • • • Automatic scheduling Display scheduling log automatically after scheduling Maximum number of days for start in the past Automatic adjustment of the start/finish dates Shift order indicator Scheduling to incorporate breaks (breaks at the work center are taken into account when scheduling is created) Procedure 1. Complete the activation of the BC Set and go back to the installation role. . change the values of the following fields: Key field Planning Plant Value (description) Enter your planning plant. © SAP AG Page 21 of 29 . Complete the activation of the BC Set and go back to the installation role. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: SAP R/3 Role Menu Transaction Code Configuration → Defining Default Values for Units for Operation /SMB28/B032_P26_01 2. (for example.SAP Best Practices Key field Plant Plant Maintenance: Installation Guide Value (description) Enter your plant. Procedure 1. In the Enter Variable Field Values screen.4. .34 Setting Scheduling Parameters Use This activity sets scheduling parameters for every maintenance order type and every maintenance plant. (for example. 3.4. BP01) 4.

4. Activate the BC Set /SMB28/V_TRUG_B036_P26. In the Enter Variable Field Values screen.35 Defining Control Parameters for Completion Confirmations Use This activity maintains the control parameters for completion confirmations in maintenance orders. change the values of the following fields: © SAP AG Page 22 of 29 . . Complete the activation of the BC Set and go back to the installation role. In the Enter Variable Field Values screen. BP01) 4. . 3. change the values of the following fields: Key field Plant Value (description) Enter your plant. you define: • • • Which data is proposed for entry The severity with which inspections should be performed How the completion confirmation processes are controlled Procedure 1. You can set control parameters for each order type. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: SAP R/3 Role Menu Transaction Code Configuration → Defining Control Parameters for Completion Confirmations /SMB28/B034_P26_01 2. Procedure 1. In the Enter Variable Field Values screen. (for example. Using the completion parameters. Activate the BC Set /SMB28/V_TCORU_P_B035_P26.SAP Best Practices Plant Maintenance: Installation Guide 3.4. (for example. change the values of the following fields: Key field Plant Production Scheduler Value (description) Enter your plant. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: SAP R/3 Role Menu Transaction Code Configuration → Defining Causes for Variances /SMB28/B035_P26_01 2. 3. (for example. *) 4. BP01) Enter your production scheduler.36 Defining Causes for Variances Use This activity defines reasons or causes for deviations. Complete the activation of the BC Set and go back to the installation role.

Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: SAP R/3 Role Menu Transaction Code Configuration → Assigning Value Categories /SMB10/B037_P26_01 2. . Already existing projects or subprojects will be marked with a cross and will be overwritten during the import.4. Complete the activation of the BC Set and go back to the installation role. (for example. Complete the activation of the BC Set and go back to the installation role.SAP Best Practices Key field Plant Plant Maintenance: Installation Guide Value (description) Enter your plant. The value category generally groups several cost element accounts together. © SAP AG Page 23 of 29 .1 Import LSMW Project The LSMW project needs to be imported only once.5. BP01) 4. 3. . Activate the BC Set /SMB10/V_PMCO2_B038_P26. Complete the activation of the BC Set and go back to the installation role. 5 Master Data . Check whether the LSMW project BP_AIO already exists. 3. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: SAP R/3 Role Menu Transaction Code Configuration → Defining Currency for Maintenance Statistics /SMB28/B036_P26_01 2.4. Activate the BC Set /SMB28/V_T399J_S_B037_P26.37 Defining Currency for Maintenance Statistics Use This activity defines in which currency plant maintenance statistical data is managed. Procedure 1. Procedure 1.38 Assigning Value Categories to Maintenance Cost Key Figures Use This activity allocates value categories to PM cost key figures predefined by SAP.

Enter the following values and Execute. Import the LSMW project SAP Best Practices Master Data into the system. Procedure 1. Prerequisites For detailed information regarding the import of master data using the Legacy System Migration Workbench.txt file from the LSMWFiles directory on the Best Practices Documentation CD and choose Open. Select the LSMW_BP_AIO. 3.SAP Best Practices Plant Maintenance: Installation Guide Use This procedure describes the general process of importing the LSMW project for SAP Best Practices.2 Creating Materials for PM Use This activity creates material master records for PM. Procedure To import the LSMW project into the SAP system. Result The LSMW project SAP Best Practices Master Data has been created in the system. please refer to the document Essential Documentation. 3. . Access the activity using the following navigation options: SAP R/3 Role Menu Transaction Code Master data → Create materials for PM LSMW 2. Field name PROJECT SUBPROJ OBJECT Description Project Subproject Object User action and values BP_AIO MM MATREC Notes © SAP AG Page 24 of 29 .5. 4. 2. choose: Import LSMW Project Transaction code SAP Menu R/3 LSMW No menu entry Then carry out the following steps: 1. Confirm the information screen. Choose the menu item Extras  Import Projects. Confirm the Welcome to the Legacy System Migration Workbench screen.

8. marked as red lines. On the LSM Workbench: Specify Files (Display) screen choose Display<->Change. 6.conv 2 N W Check required fields Notes default value Display of critical messages only 23. 21. Maintain the following values and choose Execute. 7. Double click on the first line (highlighted in blue) in the Legacy Data section. On the File on Front End: Maintain Properties screen maintain the following values: Field name File Name File Contents Separators File Structure File Type Code Page User action and values SMB28_LSMW_MM_81. 12. 15. are shown in the result list. 13. 20. File) Tabulator Field Order Matches Source Structure Definition Record End Marker (Text File) ASCII Notes 9. 10. Choose Back. 19. Check whether error messages. 18. 14. Plant Maintenance: Installation Guide Choose Execute. © SAP AG Page 25 of 29 . Choose Execute. Choose the Direct Input Program radio button. Choose the Execute button without entering any values.txt PM Data for Multiple Source Structures (Seq. 11. 5. MATREC: Material Master Record screen. Choose the Convert data radio button. 16. Choose Specify files. Go back to the Process Step list. MM. Choose Execute. 17. 22. Choose Program RMDATIND and proceed with Enter. Choose the Execute button without entering any data.SAP Best Practices 4. Save file settings and go back to the LSM Workbench: BP_AIO. Go back to the Process Step list. Confirm the following messages and check the results.lsmw. Chose Execute. Field name Using physical file name Message level Lock Mode Fields not ready for input Status control User action and values BP_AIO_MM_MATREC. Choose the Import data radio button.

TXT 2. Maintain the external CATT file: SMB28_IR01_C002_P26_01. Check the CATT log (optional) and go back to the installation role. These warning messages can be ignored.TXT 2.TXT 2. Procedure 1. Choose Execute to start the CATT procedure /SMB10/IR01_C002_P26. Result Material master records for PM have been created. 5. Maintain the external CATT file: SMB28_IE01_C004_P26_01.5 Creating Equipment Use This activity creates equipment.5. They will not have an impact on the quality of the data.4 Creating Function Locations Use This activity creates function locations.3 Creating Workplace Use This activity creates a workplace. . Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: SAP R/3 Role Menu Master Data → Creating Function Locations Transaction Code /SMB28/C004_P26_01 3. .TXT 4. Check the CATT log (optional) and go back to the installation role. Enter the correct path for the file: SMB28_IL01_C003_P26. Procedure 1.5. Maintain the external CATT file: SMB28_IL01_C003_P26.TXT 4. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: © SAP AG Page 26 of 29 . . Choose Execute to start the CATT procedure /SMB10/IL01_C003_P26. Procedure 1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: SAP R/3 Role Menu Transaction Code Master Data → Creating Workplace /SMB28/C003_P26_01 3.SAP Best Practices Plant Maintenance: Installation Guide Warning messages will not be displayed using Message level 2. 5.5. Enter the correct path for the file: SMB28_IR01_C002_P26_01.

Check the CATT log (optional) and go back to the installation role.5. 5. Maintain the external CATT file: SMB28_IE02_C005_P26.6 Changing Equipment by Installing Functional Location Use This activity changes equipment by installing functional location. Choose Execute to start the CATT procedure /SMB28/IE01_C004_P26. Enter the correct path for the file: SMB28_IE02_C005_P26.8 Creating Equipment BOM Use This activity creates an equipment BOM. Procedure 1. Check the CATT log (optional) and go back to the installation role.TXT 4.TXT © SAP AG Page 27 of 29 . Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: SAP R/3 Role Menu Master Data → Changing Equipment by Installing Transaction Code /SMB28/C006_P26_01 3. Maintain the external CATT file: SMB28_IB01_C008_P26.TXT 4.TXT 4.TXT 2. . Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: SAP R/3 Role Menu Transaction Code Master Data → Creating PM Ass'Y Group /SMB10/C007_P26_01 3. . 5. Choose Execute to start the CATT procedure /SMB10/IE02_C005_P26.7 Creating PM Ass'Y Group Use This activity creates the PM Ass'Y Group. Choose Execute to start the CATT procedure /SMB10/MMP1_C007_P26.SAP Best Practices SAP R/3 Role Menu Transaction Code Plant Maintenance: Installation Guide Master Data → Creating Equipment /SMB28/C005_P26_01 3.5. Procedure 1.TXT 2. 5. Procedure 1. Check the CATT log (optional) and go back to the installation role.5. Maintain the external CATT file: MMP1_C007_P26. Enter the correct path for the file: MMP1_C007_P26. Enter the correct path for the file: SMB28_IE01_C004_P26_01. .

.TXT 2. . Choose Execute to start the CATT procedure /SMB10/IB01_C008_P26.SAP Best Practices Plant Maintenance: Installation Guide 2. Check the CATT log (optional) and go back to the installation role.TXT 4. Enter the correct path for the file: SMB28_IB01_C008_P26.TXT 4.10 Creating BOM Items Use This activity creates BOM items. Enter the correct path for the file: SMB28_CS01_C009_P26.5. Check the CATT log (optional) and go back to the installation role. Check the CATT log (optional) and go back to the installation role. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: SAP R/3 Role Menu Transaction Code Master Data → Creating BOM Items /SMB28/C010_P26_01 3. Enter the correct path for the file: SMB28_CS02_C002_P09_04.9 Creating BOM Header Use This activity creates BOM header. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: SAP R/3 Role Menu Transaction Code Master Data → Creating BOM Header /SMB28/C009_P26_01 3. Choose Execute to start the CATT procedure /SMB10/CS01_C009_P26. Maintain the external CATT file: SMB28_CS02_C002_P09_04. 5.5. Maintain the external CATT file: SMB28_CS01_C009_P26.TXT 4. Procedure 1. 5. © SAP AG Page 28 of 29 . 5.11 Creating Equipments BOM Position Use This activity creates equipments BOM position.5. Procedure 1. Choose Execute to start the CATT procedure /SMB10/CS02_C002_P09. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: SAP R/3 Role Menu Transaction Code Master Data → Creating Equipment BOM /SMB28/C008_P26_01 3.TXT 2. .

Maintain the external CATT file: SMB28_IB02_C011_P26. Choose Execute to start the eCATT procedure. © SAP AG Page 29 of 29 . 5.TXT 4. .5. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: SAP R/3 Role Menu Transaction Code Set Status for Building Block P26 /SMB28/T002_P26_26 2. Procedure 1. This status is then used when building block installation status requests are made. Enter the correct path for the file: SMB28_IB02_C011_P26. Choose Complete if all steps in the installation role for this building block have been completed successfully. you have the option of resetting it to incomplete if you want to redo part or all of the installation of the building block for some reason. Result The installation status is now set to complete. Note that if the installation status is already complete. and therefore enables you to keep track of the installation process. 3. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: SAP R/3 Role Menu Transaction Code Master Data → Creating Equipments BOM Position /SMB28/C011_P26_01 3. Check the CATT log (optional) and go back to the installation role.SAP Best Practices Plant Maintenance: Installation Guide Procedure 1.12 Setting the Installation Status Use This activity sets the installation status for the current building block to complete.TXT 2. Choose Execute to start the CATT procedure /SMB10/IB02_C011_P26.

Sign up to vote on this title
UsefulNot useful