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Project BRAMHA Implementation At

ADVIK Hi-Tech Pvt. Ltd., Chakan, Pune.

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User Instruction Manual Plant Maintenance
Prepared by

Pankaj U. Nimkar

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DOCUMENT CONTROL SHEET GENERAL INFORMATION
Project Name Key User Consultant Reviewed By SAP R/3 Implementation Anil Mahamuni Pankaj U. Nimkar
Key Users & Consultant

Document Version No Document Version Date Preparation Date Review Date

1.0 18.03.2008 18.01.2008

DOCUMENT TRACKING Version V 1.0 Date 18.03.2008 Author Pankaj U.Nimkar Reviewed by Aruna Kumar B. Changes from previous version

ACCEPTANCE: In witness there of the parties, in signing this acceptance, have agreed that Unisoft InfoTech has successfully completed the Business Blue Print and has met all the deliverables as mentioned in the contract. Name Mr. Amol Dagwade Mr. Anil Mahamuni Mr. Pankaj U. Nimkar Mr.Mukund Kulkarni Title, Department Project Co-coordinator PM Key User PM Consultant Project Manager Date Signature

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Creating a Functional Location
1. In the initial screen, choose Logistics Choose FunctLocation Initial is displayed. Plant maintenance Technical objects. The screen Technical Objects is displayed. Create. The screen Create Functional Location:

Enter Functional Location, Check StrIndicator.

2. Enter the structure indicator you require and choose Continue. The system displays the edit mask for the functional location number as well as its hierarchy levels.

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Enter the name of the functional location.

3. Enter the functional location number and a technical location as a reference if necessary, and choose Continue. The screen Create Functional Location: Location Data is displayed. 4. Make all the necessary entries in this screen. Choose Continue. The screen Create Functional Location: PM Data is displayed. 5. Make all the necessary entries in this screen. If you want to classify the functional location, choose Goto Classification. You go to the classification processing function. 6. Save the master record.
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Changing and displaying a Functional Location
Prerequisites
Changes should only be made in certain cases, for example, if you made a mistake when entering the data, or if certain data has changed and the master record has to be updated.

Changing a Functional Location
1. In the main menu, choose Logistics objects. The screen Technical Objects is displayed. 2. Choose FunctLocation Change. The screen Change Functional Location: Initial is displayed. Plant maintenance Technical

Enter the functional location

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3. Enter the number of the functional location or use a match code to search for it. 3. Choose Continue. The master record of the functional location is displayed.

Change the data if required

5. Make necessary changes and save the records.

Displaying a Functional Location
In the main menu, choose Logistics objects. The screen Technical Objects is displayed.
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Choose FunctLocation

Display.

The screen Display Functional Location: Initial is displayed. Enter the number of the functional location or use a match code to search for it. Choose Continue.

The master record of the functional location is displayed. If necessary, you can switch from the display mode to the change mode. In the screen Display FunctLocation, choose FunctLocation Display Change.

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List Editing Using a Reference Location as Copy Reference
Prerequisites
You can only use this list editing function for functional locations. With this list editing option, you refer to an existing reference functional location.

Procedure
1. In the main menu, choose Logistics objects. The screen Technical Objects is displayed. 2. Then choose FunctLocation List editing Create. The list entry screen is displayed. Plant maintenance Technical

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3. Choose Edit displayed.

Copy reference.

The dialog box Create FunctLocation Structure using Copy Reference is 4. Enter the number of a reference functional location to be used as a copy reference, and the number of the new location structure. In this dialog box, the functions Structure list and Structure graphic are also available. 5. The system enters all the locations or those with the new number, in the list. Using this option, the functional locations that are created refer in their master records to the reference functional location that you specified when creating them. The function Change structure also helps you with this form of list editing when creating new functional locations. You can use it to change and enter a structure branch of the copy reference into the new functional location.

Creating a Piece of Equipment
Prerequisites
Before you create a master record for a piece of equipment, you must know the following: • How are the equipment numbers assigned? • • • Internally, meaning automatically by the system Externally, meaning manually, possibly according to a companyspecific system Do you have to enter equipment descriptions according to a particular company-specific method, in order to simplify the search process?

Procedure
1. In the main menu, choose Logistics objects.
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The screen Technical Objects is displayed. 2. Choose Equipment Create. The initial screen is displayed.

3. Make all the necessary entries. If you want to use another piece of equipment or material as a reference for the new piece of equipment, enter its number in the block Reference. 4. Choose Continue.

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If you have specified a piece of equipment as a reference, the system displays a dialog box, in which you specify which data of the reference equipment should be copied to the new equipment. Then choose Continue and you return to the screen General Data.

5. Make all the necessary entries in this screen. 6. Select further master data screens, such as the location and maintenance data, serialization or partner data screens. Make all the required entries in these screens too.

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If you want to classify the equipment master record, choose Goto Classification. You go to the classification processing function. 7. Save the master record.

Using List Editing for Equipment
Use
In addition to the individual entry of equipment master records, you can also use the list editing function. This allows you to enter quickly a large number of pieces of equipment in the system with their essential data, using existing equipment or material master records as a reference where necessary.
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Procedure
1. From the main menu, choose Logistics Technical objects Equipment Plant maintenance Create. List editing

The screen Equipment List Entry is displayed. 2. In the upper section of the screen, enter the equipment category and the maintenance plant. These entries will be valid for all the pieces of equipment that you create using this transaction.

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3. If you want to use a reference when creating the pieces of equipment, enter either a piece of equipment or a material in the section Reference. If you are using a reference, you can specify the number of pieces of equipment that you want to create. The description of the reference equipment or material is copied into as many of the list entry fields as you specify here. 4. In the list entry part of the screen, enter the following data for each equipment master record that you want to create: – The equipment number (only if you are using external number assignment) – The equipment description (if this has not been copied from the reference)

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5. Save the new equipment master records. Depending on the fields in the equipment master record that have been defined as obligatory fields, processing continues in one of the following ways: A .The system saves the master records and issues a message informing you of the numbers of the pieces of equipment created B. The system branches into the individual master records in which you must enter particular data that has been defined as obligatory data.

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After you have made all the required entries, the system saves the master records and issues a message informing you of the numbers of the pieces of equipment created.

Changing a Piece of Equipment
Prerequisites
In certain circumstances, you may have to make changes to the data in the equipment master record. For example, if you made mistakes when the data was entered or if certain data has changed and has to be updated in the master record.

Procedure
1. In the screen Technical Objects choose Equipment The screen Change Equipment: Initial, is displayed. Change.

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2. Enter the number of the equipment master record or use a matchcode to search for it. 2. Choose Continue. The screen Change Equipment: General Data. 3. Make all the necessary changes in this screen. To change further data, go to the required screens.

4. If necessary, you can change the equipment category. Choose Edit Change category.

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5. The dialog box Change Equipment Category is displayed. Enter the required data. 6. Save the changes.

Displaying the Structure List and the Structure Graphic
Use
You can display a structure graphic or a structure list for a piece of equipment. This is useful in the following cases: • • • When a bill of material exists for the piece of equipment When the piece of equipment is part of an equipment hierarchy When the piece of equipment is installed at a functional location

The system displays the piece of equipment and the surrounding structure in either graphic or list form. Procedure 1. Select the master record for the piece of equipment you require. 2. In any of the master data screens, choose: – For the structure list Structure Structure list OR ctrl F8 Structure graphic OR ctrl F7 – For the structure graphic Structure

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3. Depending on your choice, the system displays a structure list or structure graphic, which you can hide or break down further using the function keys, and in which you can see the following: • • The materials in the bill of material, if one exists for the piece of equipment The superior and/or sub-pieces of equipment, if the piece of equipment is part of an equipment hierarchy

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The structure of the functional location, if the piece of equipment is installed at a functional location.

Installing Sub-Equipment in a Piece of Equipment
1. Create master records for all the pieces of equipment you want to process. To do this, processed as described in creating a Piece of Equipment. 2. Call up the master record of the piece of equipment that you want to define as the superior equipment. In the screen Technical Objects use the menu bar sequence Equipment functions. 3. In any master record screen, use the menu bar sequence Structure Sub-equipment.
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The screen Installation Location: Install Equipment is displayed.

4. Enter the pieces of sub-equipment that you want to install in the list. 5. When you have installed all the pieces of sub-equipment required, you can display all the pieces of installed equipment in an overview. To do this use the menu bar sequence Installation location overview The screen Installation Location: Equipment Overview is displayed. Equipment

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6. Return to the master data screen from which you called up the subequipment installation function. 7. Save the equipment master record.

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Displaying the Whole Hierarchy
1. In the screen Technical Objects, choose Equipment Structure. The screen Equipment Structure: Selection is displayed.

2. Make the selection field entries you require. 3. Choose Program Execute. You will see a display of the piece of equipment and also any functional location structure in either graphic or list form, depending on your entries in the selection screen.
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4. You can explode the display as required. To do this, use the options in the Edit menu bar.

Creating Data for the Permit
1. In the screen Technical Objects, choose Environment Permits. The screen Change View "Maintain Permits" is displayed. 2. Enter a permit category for each permit. You can enter a long text by choosing Goto Detail. Long text. 3. To process a Detail screen, select the required permit and choose Goto

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Go to the Menu for Maintaining Bills of Material
Maintenance bills of material (BOMs) are maintained in the Technical Objects menu. To go to this menu, use one of the following menu bar sequences: Logistics or Logistics Service Management Technical Objects You will see the menu bar BOM. All the transactions for maintaining BOMs are contained in the pull-down menus under this menu bar. Plant maintenance Technical Objects

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Performing the First Steps
If you want to create a new bill of material (BOM) without a reference, perform the following four steps: 1. In the Technical Objects menu, use one of the following menu bar sequences:

To create a material BOM equipment BOM functional location BOM

use the menu bar sequence BOM BOM BOM Material BOM Equipment BOM FunctLocation BOM Create Create Create

You are now on the initial screen for creating new BOMs. 2. Make all the necessary entries: - Object name - BOM usage - Plant The online documentation and possible entries button will help you.

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Creating BOM Items
To create bill of material (BOM) items, perform the following two steps: 1. In the New Material items (1-line) screen, enter the components making up the object. One entry line is available for each component. The table below shows you the item categories possible in the standard system. The online documentation and possible entries button will also help you when entering item data. You must enter a quantity and the item category for each item. Item Category Document item Enter: d Press ENTER PM Structure element i Press ENTER Stock item l Press ENTER Non-stock item n Press ENTER Variable-size Item r Press ENTER Text Item t Press the screen Item: Variable-size Data the screen Item: Status/Long text item text size and formula key the screen New Material Items (1-line) the screen New Material Items (1-line) the screen Item: Purchasing Data material group You will see the screen Item: General Data Enter document information

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ENTER.

When you have entered all your BOM items, you can • Save your BOM

Displaying Bills of Material
To display a normal maintenance bill of material (BOM) or an individual variant BOM, perform the following five steps: 1. In the Technical Objects menu, depending on the BOM type, use one of the following menu bar sequences: - BOM - BOM Material BOM Equipment BOM Display Display
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FunctLocationBOM Display

- BOM

You are now on the initial screen for displaying BOMs. 2. Make all the necessary entries. See the table below: To display a: BOM Enter: - BOM usage - Technical Object number - Plant BOM, valid for a particular change number - BOM usage - Technical Object number - Plant - Change master record number BOM, valid on a particular day - BOM usage - Technical Object number - Plant - Date in the Valid from field - Same date in the Valid to field BOM, valid from a particular date - BOM usage - Technical Object number - Plant - Date in the Valid from field BOM, valid to a particular date - BOM usage - Technical Object number - Plant - Date in the Valid to field

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3. Press ENTER. You are now on the Material Item Overview screen. 4. Use the Goto and Details menu bars to page through the various screens of the BOM. 5. To leave the transaction, depending on the BOM type, use one of the following menu bar sequences: • • • Material BOM Equipment BOM FunctLocation BOM Exit Exit Exit
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Creating Maintenance Task Lists: Initial Screen
If you want to create a maintenance task list, first perform the following four steps: 1. Use the menu bar sequence: Logistics Plant maintenance Maintenance task lists. The screen Maintenance Task Lists is displayed. 2. To create an equipment task list, choose: Task lists Task lists For equipment Create. Create. To create a functional location task list, choose: For functional location

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To create a general task list, choose: Task lists General task list Create. You are now on the initial screen for creating maintenance task lists.

3. Make all the necessary entries, as described in the table below.

To create... Equipment task list

Enter... Equipment number Press ENTER.

You will go to... a) TL Overview, if an equipment task list

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already exists b) Header General View, if no equipment task list exists Equipment number and existing profile number Press ENTER. a) TL Overview, if an equipment task list already exists b) Header General View, if no equipment task list exists

Functional location task Functional location list number Press ENTER.

a) TL Overview, if a FL task list already exists b) Header General View if no FL task list exists

Functional location number and existing profile number Press ENTER.

a) TL Overview, if FL task list already exists b) Header General View if no FL task list exists

General task list

Nothing Press ENTER.

Header General View

Existing group number TL Overview Press ENTER. External alphanumerical group number Press ENTER. Header General View

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Existing profile number Header General View only Press ENTER.

4. Task List Overview

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In the TL Overview screen you can create a new maintenance task list by using the following menu bar sequence: Edit New Lines. You are now on the Header General View screen where you can process all the relevant data.

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Creating Operations
Operations are components within a maintenance task list that describe the individual maintenance tasks to be performed. Specify time, work center and other control information required for the maintenance task. The task list is linked with the maintenance order during order processing and the operations become operations in the order. These operations are used as the basis for performing the maintenance tasks. (See Operation Types).

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Procedure
To create operations for a maintenance task list, perform the following three steps: 1. In the Header General View screen, use the menu bar sequence Goto Operation overview. You are now on the screen for entering operations.

2. Make all the necessary entries for all the operations you require. The online documentation and possible entries button will help you. 3. When you have entered all the data for the operations, you can either: • • Save the data entered and exit the transaction, or Create further data for the operations

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Procedure: Entering Detail Data
To create detail data for internally or externally processed operations, perform the following six steps: 1. In the Operation Overview screen, select the operation(s) for which you want to enter detail data.

2. To create detail data for internally processed operations, use the menu bar sequence Operation Internal processing. You are now on the screen for maintaining detail data for internally processed operations.

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To create detail data for externally processed operations, use the menu bar sequence: Operation External processing You are now on the screen for maintaining detail data for externally processed operations.

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3. Make all the necessary entries. 4. The online documentation and possible entries button will help you. You can: - Go to the next selected operation to enter detail data (see step 4). - Go to the screen for maintaining the other group of detail data. If you have just entered detail data for internally processed operations, enter the detail data for externally processed operations and vice versa (see step 5).
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- Go back to the Operation Overview (see step 6). - Save your entries and exit the transaction. 5. To go to the next selected operation, use the menu bar sequence Operation Add. Operations Next operation. You go to the same data entry screen for the next selected operation. You can only go to the operations you have selected in the Operation Overview screen. The system will issue a message when you reach the last selected operation. 6. To go to the other detail screen, use one of the following menu bar sequences Operation or Operation External processing depending on the detail screen you are currently maintaining. Make all the necessary entries as described in step 3 onwards. 7. Goto To go back to the Operation overview screen, use the menu bar sequence Back. You can then: Internal processing

• Either save your entries and exit the transaction.

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Creating Sub-Operations
In the PM system, you can create sub-operations for all the operations in a maintenance task list. Sub-operations form a further level of detail for an operation. You can divide the operation "Inspection" into two sub-operations: • • Motor inspection Building inspection

You can also add a sub-operation to your operation if it is to be processed externally. For example, the sub-operation "motor inspection" could be performed by a third party. In this case, the suboperation will contain a purchase requisition for the external labor. The duration of sub-operations is not taken into account in scheduling; within maintenance order processing, only operations are relevant for scheduling.
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However, you can plan the sub-operations within the schedule relative to the start or end of the corresponding operation. Sub-operations, however, are relevant for capacity planning and costing of the maintenance orders in which the task lists are included.

Sub-Operation Types
As with operations, there are two types of sub-operations in the PM System: • • • • • Sub-operations for internal processing Sub-operations for external processing Work center allocation Control key Start and end dates You cannot allocate material components or maintenance packages to sub-operations. You can create different types of sub-operation for one operation. For example, you can create externally processed sub-operations for an internally processed operation and vice versa.

Sub-operations can contain the same information as operations, for example:

Procedure
To create sub-operations for the operations in your maintenance task list, perform the following seven steps: 1. In the Operation Overview screen, enter an operation as described in Creating Operations. Press ENTER. 2. In the data entry line below the operation you have just entered, the system has proposed the next sequential number. You have just created the operation with the number 0030. In the next operation line you will see the number 0040. 3. Overwrite the number proposed by the system with the number of the operation you have just created (in the above example 0030). Enter the sub-operation number in the SbOp column. Make all the necessary
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entries in the other fields. The online documentation and possible entries button will help you. 4. To create more sub-operations for the same or another operation, repeat step 3 as often as required. 5. To insert a sub-operation in a list of existing operations, position your cursor on the operation line following the operation for which you want to create a sub-operation. If you want to create a sub-operation for operation 0030, position your cursor on the operation 0040. Use the menu bar sequence Edit Insert. The system inserts a line that is ready for input and you can make all the necessary entries as described in the above steps.

6. To display your entries, use the menu bar sequence Goto Operation Overview

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7. If you allocate a sub-operation to the wrong operation, you can easily change it by overwriting the operation number with the number of the operation to which the sub-operation should be allocated, and pressing ENTER. 8. When you have created all the sub-operations you require, you can either: • • Save your entries and exit the transaction, or Enter further data for the sub-operations.

Allocating Material Components
To allocate material components to a maintenance task list, perform the following two steps: 1. Select all the operations to which you want to allocate material components in the Operation Overview. Use the menu bar sequence: Operation Components.

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You are now on the Component Overview PM screen of the first selected operation. You cannot allocate material components to a sub-operation.

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2. Allocate the material components you require to each selected operation in the task list. There are three different methods of allocating material components to the operations in your task list: • • • Allocating components by entering the material number (see a) Allocating components using the structure graphic (see b) Allocating components using the structure list (see c)

a) Allocating Components by Entering the Material Number
When you know the number of the material (stock item or bill of material item) you want to allocate, enter the number in the field Material and press ENTER.

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The system automatically enters further data for the material. For example: • • • • Bill of material number Item number Unit of measure Item category

Allocate all the required components to the operation. If you like, you can sort the components differently in the list Save your entries If you allocate an extra material, the item will automatically be assigned the sort term Standard. This indicates that the item is not
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from the object bill of material. If you want to include these materials in the object bill of material, you can look for these items using the sort term.

b) Allocating Components Using the Structure Graphic
If you do not know the number of the material you want to allocate, you can select it using the structure graphic for the bill of material. To call up the structure graphic, use the menu bar sequence: Extras Component selection Structure graphic The system displays a graphic of the material components in the bill of material allocated to the maintenance task list. You can explode or hide the individual levels within the bill of material using the appropriate function buttons. Select the material components you require and allocate them to the task list. To do this, use the menu bar sequence: Extras Choose. For more information about the structure graphic, see Working With the Structure Graphic. In the Component Overview PM you will see the components you selected in the graphic. Save your entries.

c) Allocating Components Using the Structure List
Instead of working with the structure graphic, you can also allocate components using the structure list. To call up the structure list, use the menu bar sequence: Extras Component overview Structure list.

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The system displays a list of the material components in the bill of material allocated to the maintenance task list. You can explode or hide the individual levels within the bill of material using the appropriate function buttons.

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Select the material components you require and allocate them to the task list. In the Component Overview PM you will see the components you selected from the list.

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Save your entries.

Relationships
Definition
You can use relationships to network operations for maintenance task lists (PM task lists). A relationship describes the chronological interdependence between two operations in a maintenance task list. A relationship specifies, for example, that one operation can only begin once another operation has been completed, or that an operation can only be completed when another operation is also completed. You can use relationships to make an operation a predecessor or successor of another operation.

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Prerequisites for Creating Relationships
You can only connect operations using relationships. You cannot connect suboperations. In maintenance task list processing, you must first create a task list with operations, before you can connect the individual operations. You can create relationships for all three types of maintenance task list. However, you can only connect the operation within one individual task list. The following prerequisites must be met, before you can create and maintain relationships: • The profile for standard networks and networks must be set using the Customizing function so that the profile group, name, relationships and the specifications for graphic display appear on your screen. • • • A maintenance task list must be created. The maintenance task list must contain several operations. The group in which the operations are to be connected must not be for regular maintenance. As soon as a maintenance strategy is entered in the header, you can no longer connect the operations using relationships.

Creating a Relationship in the Graphic
Procedure
1. Choose: Goto

Network graphic.

You reach the SAP Graphical Editor screen. It displays all the operations which have been entered previously for the maintenance task list. 2. Press the Connect push-button. 3. Press and hold the left mouse button on the operation from which you want to create a relationship. The position of the pointer specifies the type of relationship (see the figure "Maintaining Relationships in the Graphic" below). A dotted line appears on the screen.
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4. Drag the line to the operation, for which you want to create the relationship. The position of the pointer specifies the type of relationship (see the figure "Maintaining Relationships in the Graphic" below). 5. Release the mouse button. The system will connect the two operations with a line and will record the type of relationship above the line. The line extends from the right edge of the predecessor to the left edge of the successor, and therefore only shows that a relationship exists; the type of relationship is always written above the line.

Creating a Relationship in the List
Procedure
1. In the Operation Overview screen, select the operations for which you want to create relationships. 2. Then choose Operation Relationship. You reach the screen Operation Relationships. 3. In the screen Operation Relationships in the upper part of the screen, you will see the first operation selected from which you want to create the relationship. In the data section Relationships, enter the operations with which you want to connect the operation mentioned above, enter the type of relationship and any additional data. The help functions support you when entering data. From the list, you can call up the screens for the data from internally and externally processed operations, enter or change the data and then return to the relationships list. 4. To call up the next selected operation, choose Operation operation Next operation. Add

5. Proceed in the same way for all the other operations you selected.

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When you reach the last selected operation, the system will issue a message informing you of this. You can either return to the Operation Overview screen by using Go to 6. Save the maintenance task list. Back, and call up further functions for the maintenance task list, or perform step 6 immediately.

Creating Maintenance Strategies
Purpose of Maintenance Strategies
It is recommended that you create all the maintenance strategies you require when you begin maintenance planning in the PM application component. Maintenance strategies contain general scheduling information, which you will require in all of your strategy-based maintenance plans and maintenance task lists. Once you have created a maintenance strategy and included it in different maintenance plans or maintenance task lists, any changes you make will affect all the maintenance plans and maintenance task lists to which it has been assigned. If in your company you want to perform simple preventive maintenance, for which it is sufficient to specify one maintenance cycle, then you can work with single cycle plans. You create single cycle plans without a strategy.

Purpose of Cycle Sets
When you create multiple counter plans, you can use cycle sets as a copy model for the maintenance cycles.

Process Flow
1. Create the strategy header. 2. Then choose one of the following options: – Creating Maintenance Packages – Creating a Cycle Set 3. Save your maintenance strategy or cycle set.
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Result
The following results are possible: • • You have created a maintenance strategy which you can assign to maintenance plans and maintenance task lists. You have created a cycle set which you can use in multiple counter plans as a copy model for the maintenance cycles.

Creating a Strategy Header
1. Choose Logistics Plant maintenance Change. Maintenance planning Prev.MaintStrategies

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You reach the maintenance strategy overview screen.

2. To create a new strategy, choose Edit header data.

New Entries.

You reach the maintenance strategy detail screen, where you can enter

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3. Enter the necessary data. 4. Save the maintenance strategy header. 5. Return to the overview screen using Goto Back.

Creating Maintenance Packages
Prerequisites
You have created a strategy header.

Procedure
1. Select the maintenance strategy for which you want to create maintenance packages.

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2. Choose Table view A dialog box appears.

Other view

3. Place the cursor on the field Packages and choose Choose. You reach the maintenance packages overview screen.

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4. To open the entry fields for the maintenance packages, choose Edit New lines. You will see that the maintenance entry fields are ready for input. 5. Enter the necessary data. 6. To save the maintenance packages, choose Table view Save.

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Go Back

7. Return to the overview screen using Goto

Back.

To create a one-time package, proceed as described above, but leave the field for the cycle duration blank, and enter the offset at which maintenance is to be performed, for example, one year and once only.

Creating a Cycle Set
Prerequisites
You have created a strategy header.

Procedure
1. Select the maintenance strategy you want to create as a cycle set. 2. Choose Table view A dialog box appears. 3. Place the cursor on the field Packages and choose Choose. You reach the maintenance packages overview screen. other view.

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4. To open the entry fields for the maintenance packages, choose Edit New lines. You will see that the maintenance entry fields are ready for input. Enter the necessary data. In contrast to strategy packages, you cannot assign any hierarchies or define scheduling parameters for the packages you create in a cycle set. 5. Save the cycle set. 6. Return to the overview screen using Goto Back.

Result
You have created a cycle set which you can use as a copy model for creating a multiple counter plan.

Creating Maintenance Items
1. In the Maintenance Planning menu, choose Prev.MaintPlans MaintItems Create.

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You reach the initial screen for creating a maintenance item.

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Continue

2. Enter the necessary data. If you want to allocate the maintenance item to a time-based or performance-based maintenance plan, you must enter the associated maintenance strategy. If you do not enter a strategy for your maintenance item, you will only be able to allocate it to a multiple counter plan. 3. Choose Continue.

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Equipment or functional Location

Item Description

Find Task list
4. Enter a description for the maintenance item. You should make a meaningful entry in the description field, as this will make it easier to recognize the appropriate maintenance item when allocating it to a maintenance plan (see Assigning Maintenance Items to a Maintenance Plan). 5. Enter the necessary data in the item data screen. 6. To maintain the location and account assignment data for a maintenance item, choose Goto Location data.

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Item Location Data

If you have assigned a reference object to the maintenance item, you can only display the data which the system has copied from the reference object. 7. To maintain a settlement rule, choose Goto Settlement rule.

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Create Settleme nt Rule

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Go Back

Enter Respective Cost centre as per function like Mechanical or Electrical.

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SAVE

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Rules for Processing an Object List
You must observe these rules if you want to: • • Enter objects in the object list Process entries in the object list Then The system shows you the functional location at which it is installed. This field is not ready for input. If the equipment is not installed, the field for the functional loacation is blank. A functional location A combination of material and serial numbers The system displays no more data for the location. You can only do this if the reference object view is set for it. In an object list, in which technical objects (pieces of equipment; functional locations) have already been entered, you cannot enter any combination of material and serial numbers. A material number You can only do this if the reference object view is set for it. In an object list, in which technical objects (pieces of equipment; functional locations) have already been entered, you cannot enter any combination of material and serial numbers.

If you enter A piece of equipment

Assigning Technical Objects to a Maintenance Item
Use
You can assign one or more technical objects to a maintenance item: • • You assign one technical object directly in the item data screen. You assign several technical objects in the object list.

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Creating a Maintenance Plan
Purpose
The type of maintenance plan that you create depends on how you want preventive maintenance to be carried out on your technical object.

Process Flow
1. You create a maintenance plan. When creating, you reach the item data screen directly. This means that a maintenance plan always automatically contains at least one maintenance item. To create a maintenance item, you have the following options: – Creating Single Cycle Plans – Creating Time-Based Maintenance Plans – Creating Performance-Based Maintenance Plans – Creating Multiple Counter Plans Alternatively, you can create a maintenance plan for service procurement in Purchasing. An extensive description of how to create such a maintenance plan is given there, since the process flow differs from the one outlined here. Creating a maintenance plan for service procurement in purchasing. 2. You assign a task list to the maintenance item in the maintenance plan. You have the following options: – Assigning a Functional Location or Equipment Task List – Assigning a General Maintenance Task List – Creating a General Maintenance Task List from the Maintenance Item 3. You assign additional maintenance items to the maintenance plan if necessary by: – Creating a Maintenance Item in the Maintenance Plan – Assigning Maintenance Items to a Maintenance Plan
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4. You schedule the maintenance plan by: • •

Scheduling a Maintenance Plan for the First Time Rescheduling a Maintenance Plan Monitoring Maintenance Plan Dates and Scheduling Automatically

Creating Time-Based Maintenance Plans
1. Choose Logistics Prev.MaintPlans Plant Maintenance Create Maintenance planning.

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You reach the initial screen for creating a maintenance plan.

CONTINUE

Maintenance Plan Category MAINTENANCE STRATEGY

2. Enter the necessary data: – If your company uses external number assignment, enter an alphanumeric sequence for the maintenance plan. – Enter a maintenance plan category. – Enter a time-based strategy. 3. Choose Continue. You reach the item data screen.

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4. Enter a short text to describe the maintenance plan and its first maintenance item. If necessary, you can also enter a long text.

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FIND TASK LIST

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CYCLES

5. If you want to distinguish the maintenance plan text and the text for the first maintenance item from one another, then proceed as follows: a. In the item data screen, choose Goto You reach a dialog box. b. Enter the new name of the maintenance plan in the section Maintenance plan and choose Continue. The system changes the maintenance plan text, the maintenance keeps the name which previously applied to the maintenance item and the maintenance plan. 6. Maintain the scheduling parameters for the maintenance plan. For this, choose Goto Sched. parameters. Additional data.

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SCHEDULLING PARAMETER

CHECK CHECK

Displaying a Maintenance Plan
1. In the Maintenance Planning menu, choose Prev.MaintPlans Display

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You reach the initial screen for displaying maintenance plans.

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2. Enter the number of the maintenance plan you want to display and choose Continue. Dependent on the number of maintenance items assigned to the maintenance plan, you reach one of the following screens: If the maintenance plan has A maintenance item More than one maintenance item Then you reach The item data screen The maintenance plan overview Select the maintenance item you want to edit and choose Goto MaintItemDetail. 3. Use the various menu bars to display the different screens in the maintenance plan.

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If you want to move between the individual maintenance items, choose Edit <Next item/Previous item>. Back. 4. To leave the display, choose Goto

Scheduling a Maintenance Plan for the First Time
Use
When you schedule a maintenance plan for the first time, you are initiating the maintenance cycle. The system uses the scheduling information contained in the maintenance plan to calculate which maintenance package is due next. The procedure depends on the type of maintenance plan. You have the following options: • • • Scheduling a time-based maintenance plan for the first time Scheduling a performance-based maintenance plan for the first time Scheduling a multiple counter plan for the first time For information on how to reverse scheduling before saving, see Reversing the Scheduling Function. Prerequisites If you schedule a maintenance plan, the following conditions must be fulfilled: • • • The scheduling data is maintained. The maintenance plan contains at least one maintenance item. Task lists are assigned to the maintenance items.

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Scheduling a Time-Based Maintenance Plan for the First Time
Prerequisites
If you schedule a maintenance plan, the following conditions must be fulfilled: • • • The scheduling data is maintained. The maintenance plan contains at least one maintenance item. Task lists are assigned to the maintenance items.

Procedure
1. In the Maintenance Planning menu, choose Time scheduling Schedule.

CLICK HERE

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You reach the initial screen for scheduling a maintenance plan.

NAME OF THE MAINT. PLAN.

2. Enter the maintenance plan you want to schedule and choose Continue. You reach the maintenance schedule screen.

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START

3. To start the scheduling function, choose Edit

Start.

The system displays the Start of cycle field as ready for input. 4. Enter the date on which you want the scheduling to start, and choose Continue. The system automatically calculates the planned dates and call dates on the basis of the maintenance packages and the scheduling parameters. 5. To display the results and to make any changes before you save, see: Call History Special Scheduling Functions
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Save.

6. To save the scheduled maintenance plan, choose MaintPlan

Scheduling a Performance-Based Maintenance Plan for the First Time
Prerequisites
If you schedule a maintenance plan, the following conditions must be fulfilled: • • • • The scheduling data is maintained. The maintenance plan contains at least one maintenance item. Task lists are assigned to the maintenance items. The overall counter reading of the counter assigned to the maintenance plan is current.

Procedure
1. In the Maintenance Planning menu, choose Time scheduling Schedule. You reach initial screen for scheduling a maintenance plan. 2. Enter the maintenance plan you want to schedule and choose Continue. You reach the maintenance schedule screen. 3. To start the scheduling function, choose Edit Start. The system displays the Start of cycle field as ready for input. 4. Enter the counter reading at which you want the scheduling to start, and choose Continue.

Scheduling a Multiple Counter Plan for the First Time
Prerequisites
If you schedule a maintenance plan, the following conditions must be fulfilled: • The scheduling data is maintained.

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• • •

The maintenance plan contains at least one maintenance item. Task lists are assigned to the maintenance items. The overall counter reading of the counter assigned to the maintenance plan is current.

Procedure
1. In the Maintenance Planning menu, choose Time scheduling Schedule. You reach the initial screen for scheduling a maintenance plan. 2. Enter the maintenance plan you want to schedule and choose Continue. You reach the initial screen for scheduling a multiple counter plan. 3. To start the scheduling function, choose Edit Start. The system takes the current date as the start date and automatically calculates the planned dates on the basis of the maintenance cycles, the scheduling parameters, the annual estimates and the last counter readings and displays the following: – Counter units – Last counter readings – Next planned counter readings and the planned dates The planned date which will be used for generating a maintenance order depends on the operation type of the maintenance plan. In the case of an OR operation, the system will select the earliest of the planned dates. In the case of an AND operation, the system will select the last of the planned dates. 4. To display the results and to make any changes before you save, see: Call History Special Scheduling Functions 5. To save the scheduled maintenance plan, choose MaintPlan Save. The system automatically calculates the planned date and call date on the basis of the maintenance packages, the scheduling parameters, the
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annual estimate and the counter reading at the start of the cycle and displays the: – Counter unit – Counter reading at the planned date The first planned date cannot be in the past. If it is in the past, then the system sets the planned date as the current date. 6. To display the results and to make any changes before you save, see: Call History Special Scheduling Functions 7. To save the scheduled maintenance plan, choose MaintPlan Save.

Monitoring Maintenance Plan Dates and Scheduling Automatically
Procedure
1. In the Maintenance Planning menu, choose Time scheduling monitoring. Date

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You reach the initial date monitoring screen.

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EXECUTE

2. Enter the maintenance plans or maintenance strategies for which you want scheduling to be performed. 3. If you want to call up all due maintenance dates and reschedule the plan simultaneously, select the field Include Reschedule. 4. Choose between the modes Call transaction or BDC session (batch input) by selecting the appropriate field. The Call Transaction mode is proposed as a default value.

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5. To start the report, choose Program

Execute.

Output
The system provides a list of all the maintenance plans that were processed when the deadline monitoring report ran. You can request a list of all the maintenance calls generated during the deadline monitoring. To do this, proceed as follows: 1. Choose one of the following options: Logistics Change. Logistics Display. You reach the selection screen for PM orders. 2. Select a status in the field Order Status. 3. In the field Creator, enter the group name that the system suggests in the initial scheduling report screen. 4. Choose Program Execute. The system displays a list of all maintenance plans which were edited using the date monitoring function. Plant Maintenance PM processing Orders List editing Plant Maintenance PM processing Orders List editing

Activating or Deactivating a Maintenance Plan
1. In the Maintenance Planning menu, choose Prev.MaintPlans Change.

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You reach the initial screen for changing maintenance plans. 2. Enter the maintenance plan you want to change and choose Continue. You reach the item data screen.

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3. Choose Preventive maintenance plan Inactive <Deactivate/Activate>.

Functions

Active <->

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The system sets the status Inactive or activates the maintenance plan. 4. Save the maintenance plan.

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Creating and Processing Maintenance Notifications
To call up the individual functions in the table, choose Logistics Maintenance Maintenance processing. Plant

Function Creating a malfunction report

Menu path Notifications (special) Create

What you should know If you are creating a malfunction report after

Malfunction

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report having rectified a malfunction, create the malfunction report and, at the same time, enter all the activities that were performed to rectify the problem

Creating an activity report

Notifications (special) report

Create

Activity

Creating a maintenance request

Notifications (special)

Create

Maintenance request Create a userspecific maintenance notification Notifications (general) Create Here, you create notifications • for all notification types differing from the standard type, that are used are used in your company • for standard notification types Specify the notification type and the notification number in the initial screen. If internal number assignment for

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maintenance notifications is used at your company, do not enter a number.

Creating a maintenance notification with reference

Notifications (general)

Create

To reduce the amount of data that needs to be entered, you can use an existing maintenance notification as a copy reference. You can use any notification type as a reference, independent of which notification type the new notification should have. When you save the maintenance notification, the notification that serves as a reference is saved at the same time in the notification. This means that later, you have the option of selecting maintenance notifications that were created using certain references. For more information on which data is copied, see Data From the Copy Reference.

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Notifications Change

Changing a maintenance notification Displaying a maintenance notification Defining user default values

Notifications

Display

On every screen: Extras Setting Default values..., and then General, Reference object or Sales data.

Here, you define default values to help you when performing data entry (see Setting User Default Values).

Creating an Order from a Notification in the Background
1. Call up the notification header in the create or change mode. The screen < Create/Change> PM Notification: <Notification Type> is displayed.

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CHOOSE CREATE

2. Choose PM notification

Functions

Order

Create....

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CHOOSE CONTINUE

The system displays a dialog box containing fields for the order type and the main work center with the corresponding plant. The order type is proposed as a default value, based on the notification type, and the work center on the basis of the piece of equipment or functional location entered. You can overwrite these default values. If there is no default entry for the work center, you must enter one 3. Choose Continue.

Result
The system saves the maintenance notification, creates the maintenance order, and creates an object list where necessary. It then displays a corresponding message.
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The maintenance notification now has the statuses assigned to an order and in process. The new maintenance order number is entered by the system in the field Order in the notification header data screen. The new order contains the start/end dates and the reference object that you specified in the maintenance notification. The maintenance notification number is contained in the order object list.

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Creating an Order from a Notification for Immediate Processing
1. Call up the notification header in the create or change mode. The screen < Create/Change> PM Notification: <Notification Type> is displayed. 2. Choose PM notification Functions Order Create for notification.

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a. If the plant was not previously entered, the screen Create PM Order for PM Notification: Initial is displayed. Enter the plant and choose Enter. The central header data screen of the order is displayed. b. If the plant was already entered, the screen Create PM Order: Central Header is displayed. 3. Enter the short text and the main work center, together with any other data you need.

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The number of the maintenance notification is entered automatically in the object list of the order. For more information on the functions in the object list of the maintenance order, see PM - Maintenance Orders. 4. Choose Order Save to save the order.

Result
The system saves the maintenance notification, the order, and the object list. The maintenance notification, which up until now had the status outstanding, is given the statuses assigned to an order and in process. The new maintenance order number is entered by the system in the field Order in the notification header data screen.

Creating a PM Order Directly from a PM Notification
1. To create a PM notification, choose Logistics Plant Maintenance Maintenance processing in the initial screen and then choose the required maintenance notification type to create a maintenance notification under Notifications. 2. Complete the screens of the maintenance notification as described in PM - Maintenance Notifications. 3. You now have the following options: • Creating the order from the notification Functions Order Create. In the unsaved PM notification or in the saved notification, choose Notification Complete the dialog box as required and choose Continue. The system saves the maintenance notification and creates a maintenance order for it. The system copies the reference object of the notification as the reference object of the order as well as other data, for example, text, maintenance planner group and start/end dates. The system informs you of the order number in an online message. You can

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now select it in change mode and start the order planning. To find out how to do this, see Planning in the PM Order. • Creating and immediately processing the order from the notification In the unsaved PM notification or in the saved notification, choose Notification Functions Order Create/notification. Complete the dialog box as required and choose Continue.

Creating a PM Order without First Creating a Notification
1. In the initial SAP screen, choose Logistics Maintenance processing Orders Create. Plant Maintenance

You reach the screen Create PM Order: Initial Screen. 2. Complete the screen according to your requirements. Note that you have the option of entering a reference order and changing the view of the reference object. Reference order You can also enter another order on the initial screen, which you want to use as a reference for the new order. The system copies the planning data for operations, material components, production resources/tools and external services from the reference order as default values for the new order. You cannot use historical orders as a reference. View of the reference object – To display each business process appropriately, you can set the view of the reference object in the initial SAP screen by choosing Extras Settings Reference object view. In the standard system, different versions are available, for example: – Functional location, equipment and assembly
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– Material number and serial number – Equipment – Without reference object 3. Press ENTER. You see the screen Create Maintenance Order: Central Header. 4. If you entered a specific object for the new maintenance order, for example, a functional location or piece of equipment, this is the reference object of the new maintenance order. The system completes some of the header data fields with data from the object master record. Check the data and complete any other relevant fields. 5. If you need more lines for the description than are available in the short text, call up the long text editor with Header Long text. You reach the text editor screen, where you can enter a long text for the order header. Save the long text and return to the header data screen with Goto Back. 6. Save the maintenance order.

Scheduling a PM Order in the Header Data Screen or the Operation Overview
To schedule a maintenance order in the header data screen or the operation overview, carry out the following two steps: 1. Enter all the necessary scheduling data in the header data screen, the operation overview and the detail data screens of the maintenance order, as described in Maintaining Scheduling Data. 2. In the header data screen or the operation overview, Order Functions Schedule. The system schedules the order.

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If the system is unable to carry out scheduling, you can display the reason for this in a log, with the menu option Goto Protocols Scheduling.

Scheduling a PM Order in the Structure Graphic
To schedule a maintenance order, in the structure graphic, perform the following steps: 1. Select the maintenance order in Change mode. 2. Enter all the necessary scheduling data in the header data screen, the operation overview and the detail data screens of the maintenance order as described in Maintaining Scheduling Data. 3. In the operation overview, choose Goto structure. You see the structure graphic, containing the operations of the order and its networked orders and any relations created between the operations Graphic Network

Entry of Completion Confirmations for Orders
Purpose
You use this process if you enter completion confirmations for maintenance or service orders.

Prerequisites
You can only enter completion confirmations if the order to which you are referring is released for execution.

Confirming a Particular Order Operation
Procedure
1. From the initial SAP menu, choose one of the following menu paths:

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Maintenance processing Enter. Completion Service processing Enter.

Completion confirmation confirmation

Individual entry

You reach the initial completion confirmation screen. 1. Enter the order number. If the order is a standing order, you can also enter the technical object, in whose master record the standing order was entered, instead of the order number. 2. You can use the confirmation parameters to do the following: - Restrict the operations selected - Request default values for the detail screen for the operation confirmation - Request logs - Activate or deactivate checks To do this, choose Goto parameters. Choose Continue. You return to the initial confirmation screen. 3. Press ENTER . You reach an overview of all the operations and sub-operations of the order that satisfy the parameters set. 4. Select the operations/sub-operations for which you want to enter the completion confirmation and choose Edit Choose. Parameters in the initial confirmation screen. The system displays a dialog box in which you can enter the required

Result
You reach the actual data confirmation screen for the first operation/suboperation selected. Here you enter the required confirmation data.

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Confirming Operations Using the General Operation List
Procedure
1. From the initial SAP menu, choose Logistics Maintenance processing With operation list. You reach the selection screen for order operations. 2. Enter the required selection criteria. Make sure that the field Multiple entry is not selected. If you select the field Multiple entry in the selection screen, you go directly to the multiple entry (see Confirming Operations from Different Orders Collectively) after the program has been executed. 3. Choose Program Execute. The system creates a list of all the maintenance operations corresponding to your selection criteria. 4. Select the operations you want to confirm in the operation list. 5. Choose Operation Individual confirmation. Plant maintenance Multiple entry Completion confirmation

Result
You reach the actual data confirmation screen for the first operation/suboperation selected. Here you enter the required confirmation data

Confirming Operations Using the General Operation List
Procedure
1. From the initial SAP menu, choose Logistics Maintenance processing Plant maintenance Multiple entry Completion confirmation

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With operation list. You reach the selection screen for order operations. 2. Enter the required selection criteria. Make sure that the field Multiple entry is not selected. If you select the field multiple entry in the selection screen, you go directly to the multiple entry (see Confirming Operations from Different Orders collectively) after the program has been executed. 3. Choose Program Execute. The system creates a list of all the maintenance operations corresponding to your selection criteria. 4. Select the operations you want to confirm in the operation list. 5. Choose Operation Individual confirmation.

Result
You reach the actual data confirmation screen for the first operation/suboperation selected. Here you enter the required confirmation data.

Confirming Operations from Different Orders Collectively
For this multiple entry, you work with two Table Controls. Note the following: • In the top Table Control, you enter data that is valid for all the operations in the list. You can save this data specific to the user so that it is proposed again when you choose the multiple entry function. • In the bottom Table Control, you enter the data for the individual operations. The default data from the top block will be set in the entry fields of the bottom block if you press ENTER.

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For both Table Controls, you can set individually which columns should be visible and in which sequence they should appear. When printing, you can also decide individually which columns should be printed.

Choosing Multiple Entry Directly
1. From the initial SAP menu, choose one of the following menu paths: • • Logistics Logistics Plant maintenance Service management Maintenance processing Direct. Direct. Service processing

Completion confirmation Completion confirmation

Multiple entry Multiple entry

You reach the list screen for the multiple entry of confirmation data. If necessary, use the pool function. This is useful if you need to process specific maintenance orders or operations several times. You can call them up for processing again using the work list. For more information about the pool function, see Using the Pool Function for Multiple Entry. 1. Make all the necessary entries. 2. Select the operations for which you want to enter additional data in the confirmation screen for actual data: 3. Choose Goto selected. Actual data. You reach the actual data confirmation screen for the first operation

Choosing Multiple Entry Using the General Operation List
1. From the initial SAP menu, choose one of the following menu paths: • • Logistics Logistics Plant maintenance Service management multiple entry Maintenance processing With operation list. Completion Service processing with operation list.

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You reach the selection screen for order operations. 1. Enter the selection criteria you require. When you select the field multiple entry, the system lists the operation you selected directly in the collective confirmation screen without displaying an additional selection list. If you have selected this field, perform step 3 and then continue from step 6. 2. Choose Program Execute. The system creates a list of all the maintenance operations corresponding to your selection criteria. 3. In the operation list, select the operations that you want to confirm using multiple entries. 4. Choose Operation Collective confirmation. You reach the list screen for the multiple entry of confirmation data. The system has already copied the data from the selected operations to the list. 5. Enter the required data for the operations. In multiple entry, the functions Attend./Absences and Time collation are also available under Environment. For more information, see Entering General Data on Attendance and Absence and Time Collation. 1. Select the operations for which you want to enter additional data from the screen Create PM Order Confirmation: Actual Data. 2. Choose Goto selected. Using the Pool Function for Multiple Entry You need to distinguish between the following functions when using the pool function in the collective confirmation: • • Generating a pool Calling up a pool for processing
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You reach the actual data confirmation screen for the first operation

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Calling up a pool for post processing Deleting a pool

Generating a Pool
You can generate a pool in one of two ways: A When using the multiple entry function. B When using the general operation list.

A: Generating a Pool When Using the Multiple Entry Function
1. Choose the multiple entry function from the initial SAP menu using one of the following menu paths: • • Logistics Logistics Plant maintenance Service management Multiple entry Maintenance processing Direct. Completion Service processing

Completion confirmation confirmation

Multiple entry Direct.

You reach the list entry screen for collective confirmations. 1. You now have the following options: – Make all the necessary entries in the screen and save the operations entered as a pool. To save the pool, first select the operations you want to assign to the pool. Then choose Confirmation Create pool. Give the pool a name and save it. – The system creates a pool itself. This is the case if, for example, errors occur whilst transferring PDC data. The system groups all the incorrect data records in a single work list which you can later call up for post processing.

B: Generating a Pool While Using the General Operation List
1. From the initial SAP menu, choose one of the following menu paths:

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Maintenance processing With operation list. Completion Service processing with operation list.

Completion confirmation confirmation

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You reach the selection screen for order operations. 1. Enter the required selection criteria. 2. Choose Program Execute. The system creates a list of all the maintenance operations corresponding to your selection criteria. 3. In the operation list, select the operations you want to assign to the pool. 4. Choose Operation Create conf. pool. The system displays a dialog box. 5. Give the pool a name and save it.

Calling up a Pool for Processing
1. Choose the multiple entry function from the initial SAP menu using one of the following menu paths: • • Logistics Logistics Plant maintenance Service management Multiple entry Maintenance processing Direct. Completion Service processing

Completion confirmation confirmation

Multiple entry Direct.

You reach the list entry screen for collective confirmations. 1. Choose Confirmation Open pool. The system displays a dialog box. 2. Make all the necessary entries. 3. Press ENTER. The pool data is displayed in the list entry screen for collective confirmations, where you can edit it.
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Calling up a Pool for Post processing
1. From the initial SAP menu, choose one of the following menu paths: • • Logistics Logistics Plant maintenance Service management Post processing Maintenance processing Error pool. Completion Service processing Error pool.

Completion confirmation confirmation

Post processing

If there are error records in your system, the system displays a list of these records. 1. Choose one of the pools displayed in the list. The system puts the completion confirmations to be post processed in the list entry screen for collective confirmations. 2. If you want to display the system message given when the pool was generated, select the required line in the collective confirmation screen and choose Edit in the status line. – If the error has been removed from the line in the meantime, the system indicates in the list that the line is now correct. 3. Make all the necessary entries. 4. Save the completion confirmations. Check Comp Confirmations. – If the error has still not been removed, the system issues a message

Deleting a Pool
1. Choose the multiple entry function from the initial SAP menu using one of the following menu paths: • • Logistics Logistics Plant maintenance Service management Multiple entry Maintenance processing Direct. Completion Service processing

Completion confirmation confirmation

Multiple entry Direct.

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You reach the list entry screen for collective confirmations. 1. Choose Confirmation Delete pool. The system displays a dialog box. 2. Enter the name of the pool to be deleted. 3. Press ENTER. The system deletes the pool. You return to the list entry screen for collective confirmations.

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