Definition: Item Category Advertising Management (IS-M-AM) Characteristc that defines sales-relevant features of document items including planning

, pricing, production, billing, contract or commission relevance. Examples of possible item categories include Offer item, standard item full credit memo or barter deal . An offer item can be relevant to pricing and the contract but unlike a standard item, does not have to be relevant to planning, production, billing commission or the contract. Item categories and their features can be defined by the user. Billing Engine (CA-BE) An object that classifies a billing due list item or billing item, and defines how this item is processed during input processing and billing in a Billing Engine Application (BEA). Item categories are defined in the Application Customizing of a BEA by maintaining attributes (for example, relevance to billing, versioning flag and partner determination procedure for the billing due list). Purchasing (MM-PUR) An identifier indicating the characteristics of an item. The item category determines whether the following are mandatory or permitted for an item: • • • • • Material number Additional account assignment Inventory management in the SAP system Goods receipt Invoice receipt

Production Planning and Control (PP) An object that defines items in a BOM according to criteria, such as theobject type of the component, for example, material master record or document info record. The item category controls the following: • • Screen sequence Field selection


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Default values Material entry Inventory management Sub-items

Examples of item categories are: stock item, non-stock item, and document item. Sales and Distribution (SD) An indicator that defines the characteristics of a document item. For example, the item category controls the type and scope of: • • • • • Pricing Billing Delivery Inventory posting Transfer of requirements

Items in stock, and value and text items are item categories. Funds Management (PSM-FM) A control parameter in the commitment item master record. It is used in: • • Cash Budget Management to differentiate between actual and commitment values and plan values in inventory, revenue, and expenditure items Commitment Accounting to differentiate between actual and commitment values and budget values in revenue and expenditure items

Return -> Definition: item_category


Maintain the respective specifications of the detail screen. item categories and schedule line categories. The SAP system automatically transfers the item category that was found for the sales document item into the delivery item. all the specifications of the existing item category are copied . the data for example concerning partner determination. Activities If you only need to make minor changes to the existing item categories (e. Create a new item category. When copying sales document types. you can test the new item category for the settings made without having to edit the other menu options. Enter an alphanumeric key with a maximum of four characters. changed description). Minor changes refer to parameters that have no controlling character. the keys should begin with the letter Z since SAP keeps this range free in the standard system and protects it from being overwritten during release upgrades. In this case. then you change this as appropriate. If you need to make further changes.even the assignment to the sales document types. pricing or document flow which you do not edit on the detail screen of the item category is also copied. you can for example define an item category for which a certain type of pricing is carried out. Note If you create or copy a new item category that is to be used for a delivery. proceed as follows: 1. If you want to create an item category. or for which the data must not differ at header and item level but which otherwise matches an existing item category. The item categories that are contained in the standard SAP R/3 System together with the sales document types represent the usual business transactions.Define Item Categories In this menu option. Consequently. In this way. Using the log. define a new item category by copying a similar item category supplied in the standard system and then change this according to your requirements.g. you define item categories for sales documents. the SAP system automatically creates a log with the copied data. If you define your own item categories. Recommendation If you define your own item categories. You have the following options for defining your own item categories: • • Copy an existing item category and change it according to your requirements. you can check whether all of the copied data applies to your item category or whether you must make changes. 2. you should copy similar item categories that are defined by SAP and make the required changes there. you must also define a delivery item category with the same name. 3 . In particular.

The system uses the completion rule to determine the status of a quotation or contract that has been referenced by other documents (by subsequent sales orders. For example. for example.3. for example). Item type A way of classifying items that require different kinds of processing by the system. Use You can. 4 . Sales document item category A classification that distinguishes between different types of item (for example. you must first select the Update document flow field in document flow control in SD Customizing using the following menu path: Sales and Distribution --> Sales --> Maintain copy control for sales documents --> Copy control: Sales document to sales document (at item level). Use The system processes items that refer to a specific material differently than items that do not refer to a material. Dependencies If you want the system to apply the completion rule. you tell the system. Procedure The system proposes an item category. in this case. specify that a quotation is complete only after its quantity has been fully referenced by subsequent documents. text items do not require processing for pricing. you can change the item category manually in the sales document . you identify an item as a free or charge item. Completion rule for quotation / contract The rule for establishing when a quotation or contract is complete. to ignore normal pricing procedures. and weight calculations. taxes. Also consider the additional functions on item category level and the item-specific settings in the general sales and distribution functions. If alternatives are defined for your system. Example If. free of charge items and text items) and determines how the system processes the item. for example.

status according to order quantity Billing is based on the sales document. the stock type in question is defined using this indicator. consignment stock) of a material. The requested delivery quantity determines the billing status. Return -> Definition: vendor consignment stock Relevant for Billing Indicates what the basis for billing should be. Item categories REN (Returns) and BVN (Cash sales items) are set up with billing relevance "B" in the standard system. Use If you need to separately manage certain stock (for example. Billing status is only updated in the outbound delivery.Definition: special stock Inventory Management (MM-IM) Stock of materials that must be managed separately for reasons of ownership or location. An example is consignment stock from vendors. Return -> Definition: special stock Special Stock Indicator Specifies the special stock type. 5 . A: Delivery-related billing document Billing is based on the outbound delivery. B: Relevant for order-related billing . Definition: vendor consignment stock Inventory Management (MM-IM) Stock made available by the vendor that is stored on the purchaser's premises but remains the vendor's property until withdrawn from stores for use or transferred to the purchaser's valuated stock.

status according to invoice quantity Relevant for order-related billing documents based on the invoice receipt quantity (third-party business transaction). Item category TAS (Third party item) is set up with billing relevance "F" in the standard system. (In Customizing. H: Delivery-related billing .no zero quantities You can use this category to avoid items with a value of zero being included in the billing document. The system transfers the order into the billing due list only after the vendor invoice has been received and processed in the purchasing department.status according to target quantity Billing is based on the sales document.) G: Order-related billing of the delivery quantity The order is relevant for billing. a customer invoice is created for the quantity that appears on the vendor invoice. Indicator "D" can also be used as follows for cross-company-code business processing: In the case of a free-of-charge outbound delivery. . After the receipt of each invoice.C: Relevant for order-related billing . The target quantity determines the billing status.billing plan Billing occurs by way of the billing plan and its status. I: Order-relevant billing . the company code that is responsible for the delivery should be granted an internal settlement. The order has status "Billed" until the next vendor invoice is received. 6 . More specifically. D: Relevant for pro forma The billing relevance indicator must contain a value (not be blank) in order to be able to create pro forma invoices. then select an item category. The status of the order item is seen as the sum of the billing plan status and the billing status. the cumulated delivery quantity that was already delivered is relevant for billing. Item categories G2N (Credit memo) and L2N (Debit memo) are set up with billing relevance "C" in the standard system. You can use this category to bill for multiple partial deliveries at once. choose Sales and Distribution -> Billing -> Billing documents -> Maintain Copying Control for Billing Documents -> Copying Control: Delivery to Billing Document -> Item. You can make the control setting as to whether the invoice receipt quantity or the goods receipt quantity should be relevant for billing in the copy control for billing on the item level in the billing quantity field. This process can also be related to the quantity of goods receipt. You can use indicator "D" to record free-of-charge outbound deliveries and grant internal settlements to the relevant company code. F: Order-related billing doc.

Q: Relevant for delivery-related CRM billing You can use this indicator if you use CRM billing to invoice the items delivered and goods-issueposted in the R/3 OLTP system. Block Indicates if the item is blocked for billing. J: Relevant for deliveries across EU countries The outbound delivery is only relevant for billing if: 1. The following options have been defined • • Periodic billing . 7 . Milestone billing is used to bill projects. MVN (Lease item) and TAO (Milestone billing) are set up with billing relevance "I" in the standard system. K: Delivery-related invoices for partial quantity You can use this indicator if you want to select both items and partial quantities for billing.the total value to be billed is distributed between the individual billing plan dates (the value billed on each date can be fixed amount or a percentage) Example Periodic billing is used to bill rental or maintenance contracts. Country of departure (country where the plant is located) and destination country (country where the ship-to party is located) are different EU countries. KAN (Consignment Pick-up) and NLN (Standard Stock Transfer Item) are set up with billing relevance "J" in the standard system. It also specifies how billing is performed for the billing dates in a billing plan of this type. Item categories KBN (Consignment fill-up). Contract Item).the entire value to be billed is billed in full plan date on each billing Milestone billing . The Plants abroad active field is selected (found in Customizing under Financial Accounting -> Financial Accounting Global Settings -> Tax on Sales/Purchases -> Basic Settings -> Plants Abroad -> Activate Plants Abroad) 2. Billing plan/invoice plan type Use Controls which fields are offered for processing.Item categories WVN (Maint.

You can change the block for individual schedule lines. In the case of text items. however. There are four possible entries: No value Revenue for this item is recognized at the time of invoice creation (standard). 'A' The value of this item is recognized for the same amounts according to the accrual period. If the system does not propose a block. Statistical values Indicates whether the system takes the value of an item into account when it determines the total value of a document. pricing would not make sense. Example The system carries out pricing for standard items in a sales order. If the item has more than one schedule line. returns.Use The system can automatically propose a billing block for sales documents that must be checked before billing (for example. 'D' The value of the item is implemented in equal amounts in accordance with the accrual period for this item (billingrelated). 'B' Revenue is recognized based on business transactions such as goods receipt for delivery-relevant items or posting sales orders for items that are not relevant to delivery. Carry out pricing Indicates whether the system automatically carries out pricing at the item level. you can change the block manually for each item. the block applies to each line. enter one of values predefined for your system. 8 . Revenue recognition category Specifies the releveant revenue recognition category for this item. credit and debit memo requests). Procedure If the system proposes a block.

the billing date of the first milestone In a periodic billing plan. You have the following options: • Proposal based on contract start date Revenue recognition proposes the start date of the sales contract for the item as the accrual start date. 9 . the earlier of the following dates: Billing plan start date Start date of first settlement period Business data allowed at item level? Indicates whether. the business data that you enter for an item is allowed to differ from the business data in the header. • Definition: business data Sales and Distribution (SD) The data at header or item level of a sales document that is relevant for sales. Proposal based on billing plan start date Revenue recognition proposes one of the following dates as the accrual start date: o o In a milestone billing plan. during sales order processing. shipping and billing. Start date Proposed start date for accrual period Selects the start date for the accrual period The accrual start date determines the start of the period in which revenues should be recognized.Delimit. Return -> Definition: business_data Schedule lines allowed Indicates whether you can create schedule lines for the item.

the system creates four schedule lines and determines the appropriate quantities and delivery dates for each schedule line. can always have schedule lines. Return -> Definition: schedule_line Item is relevant for delivery Indicates whether a text or value item is relevant during delivery processing. Definition: schedule line Sales and Distribution (SD) The division of an item in a sales document according to date and quantitiy. they can have schedule lines . text items can be copied into a delivery. such as items in contracts and credit memo requests. 10 . Text items are an exception. do not have schedule lines.Use Items that are relevant for delivery. On the other hand. Dependencies Usually. items that are not relevant for delivery. Note The functions for documentary payments can also be used for item categories with this indicator. if the total quantity of an item can only be delivered in four partial deliveries. Example For example. delivery. Use The item itself is not delivered. You can create text items with or without schedule lines (in the standard version. but serves only for information purposes. Relevant for weight/volume Indicator that controls whether the system calculates weight and volume for the item. ID: Item with active credit function / relevant for credit Indicates whether the credit management functions (credit checks and updating statistics) are active for the order. such as sales order items. you can refer to a text item as relevant for delivery so that the system copies it from a sales order into a delivery note. With or without schedule lines. or invoice can change this in SD Customizing when you define item information). For example. items that do not have schedule lines cannot be copied into a delivery.

the system may then determine a considerably earlier delivery deadline as no separate make-to-order production is required. 11 . Run ATP check on material variants Specifies whether the system should run an ATP check for the material variants. The configuration strategy is a group concept which can also be used for item categories. the system determines the cost (stock value) of a sales document item. Use When you enter a material handled in batches in a sales order or in a delivery to which an item category with this indicator is assigned. during pricing. Action when material variant determined during configuration Controls how the system reacts when it determines that an existing configuration is already used as a stockable type. activate this field. You can set various fine-tune controls for each strategy. Strategy Form of configuration processing Controls which checks and processing are run automatically or are allowed during configuration.Determine cost Indicates whether.1) Automatic batch determination Procedure If you want to use automatic batch determination for materials handled in batches with the specified item category. When defining a stockable type. for instance whether the system is to run a check for required characteristics or for multiple selections of characteristics. Use The system checks the cost determination indicator as a requirement before applying the condition type that calculates the cost (condition type VPRS in the standard version of R/3 1. Config. the batch or batches of this material that match the customer's requirements are determined automatically.

trim. Configurable materials contain a super bill of material (BOM) that contains all components for producing each variant of the material. Use In order to select the right alternative for a specific application area.Structural scope of a material with bill of material Procedure Make an entry here to indicate how a bill of material is processed in a sales order involving this item category. the following criteria are defined for each application: • • • • Priority for BOM usage Priority of a specific alternative for a particular material BOM Production version from the material master Checking of certain status indicators 12 . When you are using configurable materials . only the components and operations needed for a variant are chosen. In the item category. and engines. Example You can specify the extent to which non-configurable materials should be exploded in the sales order. Return -> Definition: configurable_material Application This key represents a process for automatic determination of alternatives in the different organizational areas within a company. the level up to which subitems should be created for the bill of material components. Definition: configurable material Variant Configuration (LO-VC) A substance that can have variants such as a car can have different paint. or the Material is configurable indicator is activated in the material master record. you must enter either C or D as the structure scope for configurable materials. When configuring a material. the structure scope determines whether it is possible to configure the material in the sales document. that is. material type KMAT in the standard system. Configurable materials are created in a material type that is designated for the configuration.

for example. Return -> Definition: alternative_BOM Definition: BOM usage Production Planning and Control (PP) A tool that allows you to enter BOMs. The search process is controlled by the "application" entered and additional selection criteria as appropriate. production. for example. for material LAMP. all items in BOMs with a certain usage are relevant to production. for specific sections of your company. so that each section only processes the items relevant to that section. 13 . you can define which item statuses can be used in which BOM usage. These alternative BOMs are grouped in a multiple BOM. that controls automatic explosion of BOMs. are to be combined in a delivery group.Definition: alternative determination Production Planning and Control (PP) The system automatically determines which alternative in a multiple BOM is required with a multilevel BOM explosion. The usage is an important selection criterion in the BOM application. different production processes are used for different lot size ranges. For example. One product can be represented by several (alternative) BOMs if. and which resulted from a BOM explosion. You can enter a separate BOM for each section in your company. for example. Return -> Definition: alternative_determination Definition: alternative BOM Production Planning and Control (PP) A tool that used to identify one bill of material in a BOM group. In customizing functions. Return -> Definition: BOM_usage Create delivery group Form delivery group and correlate BOM components Here you can determine whether sub-items that belong to a main item. The applications are defined in Customizing.

when all items in a bill of material are available. In this case. you can determine. On the first date. Indicator: Assign values for parameter effectivities This indicator controls that the item can be maintained with parameter effectivity . Indicator X means that a delivery date is created for the delivery group.Use You use a delivery group to determine a common delivery date for all the items that it contains. Examples The effectivity type SERNR (serial number) has the following parameters allocated to it: • • Material number of parameter type S (single value) Serial number of parameter type O (open interval) If you choose the effectivity type SERNR in the channge master record. you reach an alternative selection screen with specifications on the lot size range. for each item type. the system creates a correlated schedule line. a confirmed quantity is issued. If no complete delivery is required. Effectivity Type Definition Determines the conditions that the object changes are effective under. then the order quantity for the sub-item will also be doubled. Use If a multiple BOM occurs during bill of material explosion in SD. as soon as all the items in a bill of material are available. Use Allocating an effectivity type means that the effectivity of changes is not determined by a valid from date. whether you want to select the alternative manually. Manual selection for BOM alternatives This indicator shows that you can select the alternative manually. but by the parameter of the effectivity type. you must maintain the following values: • Material number 14 . If you double the quantity ordered for the main item. The system uses the last date (chronologically) of an item in this group to create the schedule line date. Indicator A means that the system generates correlated schedule lines.

Dependencies You can process the following objects with reference to a change number whose effectivity conditions are determined by an effectivity type: • • • • • BOMs Routings Characteristics Characteristics of class Classification Value contract material The system copies the material specified here to the value contract item. Response on reaching release order value in value contract This indicator controls how the system reacts when the value of your release order for a value contract item reaches or exceeds the open target value of the value contract item. permitted with warning D As for 'A' but value contract is not blocked The following lock logic takes place if you activate D or leave the field blank (No response if target value is exceeded): 15 . The following settings are available: • • • • • ´ ´ No response if target value is exceeded A Warning if target value is exceeded B Error message if target value is exceeded C First time target value is exceeded. if a material has not already been specified by the user for that item. Use The material entered here provides technical control of the value contract item with regard to tax determination. divisions and other figures derived from the material master.• • • Serial number: lower limit Serial number: upper limit Indicator for interpreting the lower limit as an open interval. statistical updates.

This summarization is controlled by the dynamic item processor profile. repair goods. send temporary replacement) By assigning actions to stages. so both releases can be activated and the value contract is not blocked. a warning did not appear because they were created at the same time. the dynamic items can be transferred into sales documents (for example. repair registration) Actions (for example. Afterwards. Example: Release order A and B are created at the same time. or goods movements) from defined sources (for example. neither release A or B exceed the target value of the value contract but together. Billing form The billing form specifies whether a flat rate or the dynamic items are invoiced individually when performing billing using a resource-related billing document. actual costs line items or actual costs totals records) into dynamic items. The system summarizes data (for example. Use In the standard system. their combined value does. Definition: dynamic items Customer Service (CS) Summarized intermediate level of data that is produced during processing (for example. Individually. However. during resource-related billing or quotation creation). Key D has been activated in Customizing. billing requests or quotations). you cannot create a release order for a value contract while someone else is processing it). you set up the rules by which the system determines what subitems are required during a particular phase of repairs processing. the system does not issue a warning if several release orders are created for the same contract at once. repair procedures are assigned to each item category which is used in repairs processing.If the source document is being processed itself. The repair procedure consists of the following: • • Stages (for example. Repair procedure: Procedure Set of rules according to which sub-items are created in the repair order. 16 . you cannot create a release order (for example. line items that result from confirmations. Note: Because the value contract is not blocked when a release order exceeds the target value.

the dynamic items can be transferred into sales documents (for example. and how the system should process the dynamic items further. totals records) into dynamic items in sales price calculation. or data determination. The system summarizes data (for example. Definition: dynamic item processor profile Customer Service (CS) Control that defines how particular data (for example. line items that result from confirmations. The DIP profile can be defined for different usages (for example. line items that result from postings of goods movements) should be summarized into dynamic items. Afterwards. Return -> Definition: dynamic item processor profile Definition: dynamic items Customer Service (CS) Summarized intermediate level of data that is produced during processing (for example. resource-related billing. quotation creation or billing). This summarization is controlled by the dynamic item processor profile. line items. A DI processor profile can have different usages. during resource-related billing or quotation creation).Return -> Definition: dynamic items Dynamic Item Processor Profile Name of the dynamic item processor profile (DI processor profile). Return -> Definition: dynamic items Usage of the DI profile Definition You can use the dynamic item processor profile (DI processor profile) for the following: 17 . It is defined for each usage in the dynamic item processor profile (DIP profile) how the dynamic items should appear. or goods movements) from defined sources (for example. billing requests or quotations). actual costs line items or actual costs totals records) into dynamic items. The dynamic item processor is a tool that the system uses to summarize data (for example. The DI profile controls how the system summarizes the data into dynamic items.

line items that result from postings of goods movements) should be summarized into dynamic items. and how the system should process the dynamic items further. Materials could be service materials for describing services that have been performed or for times to be worked. actual costs. sales document types for service orders Definition: dynamic item processor profile Customer Service (CS) Control that defines how particular data (for example. Return -> Definition: dynamic item processor profile Incompletion procedure for sales document The number that uniquely identifies the incompletion procedure. The incompletion procedure defines a number of fields in which the user must enter information. It is defined for each usage in the dynamic item processor profile (DIP profile) how the dynamic items should appear.• • Billing and results analysis Quotation creation For each usage you can define the following: • • Which sales document type the system should create From which sources (for example. • You can maintain default values for the profile: • • For the item of a sales document: Define item categories For a service order: Credit limit checks. In SD Customizing. line item totals records) the system should determine the data. 18 . you can specify an incompletion procedure for each type of sales document. and which characteristics should be available for further processing Which materials the system should determine for a dynamic item for processing (billing or quotation creation). The DIP profile can be defined for different usages (for example. Use The system uses the incompletion procedure to determine which fields appear in the incompletion log when the user does not enter information during sales order processing. quotation creation or billing).

the system first proposes partners from the customer master record of the sold-to party.General (LO) The rights and responsibilities of each partner in a business transaction.Example Validity periods and customer purchase order numbers are required entries for both contracts and scheduling agreements. Use You define partner determination procedures in SD Customizing through Functions -> Partner determinat. you can specify the partner determination procedure according to sales document type and item category. for example. In this case. For billing documents. If this information does not exist in the customer master. the system automatically proposes the mandatory partners from the partner determination procedure that you specify in the document header. for example. Partner functions in Sales and Distribution include: • • Sold-to party Ship-to party In Materials Management the following partner roles exist: • • Ordering address Supplier of goods 19 . Partner Determination Procedure A grouping of partner functions. The procedure specifies which partner functions are allowed for a particular business transaction (for example. • In sales documents. for processing a sales order) and which of those partner functions are mandatory. you can specify a partner determination procedure where the sold-to party. and payer are mandatory but the ship-to party is not (for billing. bill-to party. you are more interested in who orders and pays for the goods than in who receives them). During order entry. the system automatically proposes the same incompletion procedure for both types of document. • Definition: partner function Logistics .

that describes a person or organization with whom you do business. the function or responsibility) that the holder of the role has to the appropriation request. such as sales or service orders. or payer. The system includes predefined partner functions. The standard SAP partner functions (sold-to party. are possible: • • • Applicant Person responsible Approver Customer Relationship Management (CRM) a term. and you can also define your own in Customizing for Partner Processing. A billing document comprises • • • A billing header One or more billing items Optional components such as additional texts 20 . The following partner functions. Partner functions are defined in the Application Customizing of a Billing Engine Application. bill-to party. Return -> Definition: partner_function Definition: billing document Advertising Management (IS-M-AM) Generic term for all sales documents created by the system in the areas of Billing and Settlement. for example) can be supplemented with further user-defined partner functions (recipient of duplicate invoice. for example). In transactions. for example. such as "sold-to party" or "payer".Investment Management (IM) The objects that specify the relationship (for example. Billing Engine (CA-BE) A document that is the result of the billing subprocess in a Billing Engine Application. Billing Engine (CA-BE) A definition of the rights and responsibilities of a business partner in a business process. partner functions are carried out by business partners that you have entered in the system.

Return -> Definition: billing_document Definition: sold-to party Sales and Distribution (SD) A person or company that places an order for goods or services. The open items of all accounts with the same payer are cleared and paid together via a one-time bank collection or a one-time payment. 21 . or ship-to party. Contract Accounts Receivable and Payable (FI-CA) Business partner different to the contract partner. Return -> Definition: sold-to_party Definition: bill-to party Sales and Distribution (SD) A person or company that receives the invoice for a delivery or service. The header contains data that applies to the whole document. bill-to party. debit memos. and cancellation documents. The sold-to party can perform the functions of the payer. and a number of items. The bill-to party may not necessarily be the payer of the bill. The payer may not be the bill-to party. used to clear and pay the items due from a contract account in a debit memo procedure. credit memos. pro forma invoices. A billing document is made up of a header. Return -> Definition: bill-to_party Definition: payer Sales and Distribution (SD) A person or company that pays the bill.Sales and Distribution (SD) A generic term for invoices.

for example. the bill-to party.Return -> Definition: payer Definition: ship-to party Sales and Distribution (SD) A person or company that receives goods. Example The text procedure for a sales document header could include the following text types: • • • A standard header text that the system automatically includes in the document Standard terms of delivery Standard terms of payment Definition: text type Project System (PS) A classification for texts that the user can define as PS texts in the Project System. The ship-to party may not necessarily be the sold-to party. The text procedure also determines the sequence in which the text types appear in the document. a sales document header. Text types include: • • Sales texts Shipping texts 22 . Example • • Descriptions of functions Activity lists Sales and Distribution (SD) Classification for the texts that the user can define in master records or documents. Return -> Definition: ship-to_party Text determination procedure Identifies a group of text types that you can use in. or the payer.

the system uses the combination of specified statistics groups to determine the appropriate update sequence. Screen sequence group for document header & item Controls which screens you see during a particular transaction (for example. say. 23 . In this case.• Internal notes Basic Functions (CRM-BF) Classification of different texts that can be defined. Return -> Definition: text_type Statistics group for the item category Definition Specifies a statistics group for this item category and helps determine which data the system updates in the logistics information system. header note. the screens and their sequence would differ from the screen sequence for. Example: Internal note. description. Example You can specify a screen sequence group for the processing of inquiries and quotations. creating a quotation) and in which sequence they appear. The update sequence in turn determines for exactly which fields the statistics are generated. creating a sales order. Use You can assign statistics groups to each of the following: • • • • Item category Sales document type Customer Material When you generate statistics in the logistics information system.

we recommend that you carry out the consistency checks for your third-party material. To avoid errors caused by incorrect system settings. should any errors occur. you will receive workflow objects in your inbox.Definition: Status profile Cross-Application Components (CA) A profile used to control user statuses. In a status profile you can: • • • Define the sequence in which user statuses can be activated Define initial statuses Allow or prohibit certain business transactions Return -> Definition: Status_profile Create purchase order automatically If you activate this field. If you assign tasks 8097 (create)and 8114 (change) (by choosing "Extras -> Employee assignment -> Maintain"). This function has been designed for Application Link Enabling (ALE) but you can also use it when working with distributed systems. 24 . A status profile is created by the user in general status management. the system automatically generates both a purchase order requisition for third-party schedule lines as well as a purchase order in the background when you save the sales order.

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