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SAP Sales Order Management Scenario 1

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206604137.doc Document SAP Sales Order Manangement Scenario 1 - Consignment Process Usage guidelines and Specific Instructions: • • • Document Flow- The flow of the document is generic. Specific changes to the flow will e re!uired to e done " the compan" team to suit the compan" conte#t. Document Content-The content e#plains the functional specification in a generic manner. Specific changes are re!uired to e made to meet compan" re!uirement. Section 1 – The overall usiness re!uirements along with the assumptions$ dependencies$ target audience$ processing method$ output t"pe and volume of transactions are to e clearl" specified in this section. Section 2 – This section caters to the detailed functional re!uirement. The process flow diagram is to e compulsoril" designed and documented here. %iner details li&e the section and sorting criteria$ SAP transaction are to e furnished in this section. Section 3 - All the configuration steps to carr"ing out the functional design needs to e documented here. Section 4 – The section needs to cover all the &e" usiness test conditions that the design has to satisf". Section section. – All issues that have cropped up so far and their present status are to e highlighted in this

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.. 1................................... ........................................... 1.................cop-ing standard item categor........................................................................2 Dependencies / Constraints........)................................................................................................................................................................& +ecurit( and "ut..............................................................1 Design 0or Consignment Fill9up....................................................................................................................!% Sales document *+..!% Document t-pe *+6 must (e made cop................................................................................t-pe *..........................................................................3 created (............2# &'e (elow con)iguration need to (e carried out:........................................relevant )or deliver........ Design .......................................................2 Process Flo2 Diagram..............................................................................................! Data 8aintenance -e'uirements.......................................................................!% Document t-pe *+...............& 8ulti9compan(.............................................. needs to (e created )rom t'e standard document t-pe +...............................................................................)......206604137.......... -etention -e'uirements........................................................................................................................................................6 *t............................ 1..............2! $.............................................................................................................................................................2! 2..................11 2.......................... 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All Rights Reserved.................................................................." and (illing t-pe *"!..........) *utput $(pe (*nline/Print/+preads.......................................... .........................doc Document SAP Sales Order Manangement Scenario 1 .................................................. of 28 ©2012 Accenture............" and (illing t-pe *"/ 0pro)orma invoice1!% 2tem categor............................2 7atc.................& Fre'uenc( and $iming...........................................................!% !.................................................................21 2.............6 Processing $(pe..............................................22 2...............................................................................*+...............................)..........................................) Processing and *perational Considerations................................ 1.....................................ange 8anagement -e'uirements............22 2.......... "udience and Distri/ution.............................12 2...................................ssue ...relevant )or deliver............................... must (e made cop...............22 2.. 8ulti9:urisdiction Considerations...22 2.......................................................................2# &'e (elow con)iguration need to (e carried out:..........................................................................................................................................10 2.................................................................................................................................. -e'uirements...............................................................................)..............................................! "ssumptions............22 2.........................................................................................6 6anguage details..........................................................................................................................................eet)..............!% !.1 Per0ormance............................2# &'e (elow con)iguration need to (e carried out:..................................................6 1.................................1 Functional Description....! Design 0or Consignment -eturn .. !............22 2.........................................!% Sales document *+6 needs to (e created )rom t'e standard document t-pe +6......................................er.................................................................... 1..................# -e9use Details.........# 3rror 4andling...ori5ation.....................22 2.............................34 t'is will (e made pricing relevant )or trans)erring prices and e5cise duties in t'e pro)orma invoice and )urt'er in t'e e5cise invoices.............................................................................22 2......................................t-pe *..........................................................................................................................+............................................# $ransaction %olume.......................... 1..........................................)................................................... Overview and Scope............................................1 Functional +peci0ication. 1....................................!% Page ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................2 Design 0or Consignment .......!% !...! +"P $ransaction.................).......................................................................................Consignment Process Contents 1.........22 2.............................................. Detailed "unctional Re#uirements.................!% Sales document *+R needs to (e created )rom t'e standard document t-pe +R..................................

.............................................. &'e categordetermines 'ow t'e s-stem processes t'e sc'edule line......................relevant )or deliver..............................3 'as (een created )rom t'e standard item categor.................................................................................................................................. 2t can (e c'anged in individual s'ipping transactions.......# Design 0or Consignment Pick9up..........................................2 "dditional +upporting/-e0erence Documentation............................................206604137...........!9 Sc'edule line ............................................. Outstanding 2ssues.................................... A num(er range is provide )or all document t-pe and will (e uni#ue )or eac' o) t'em..........................................................................!9 ?oods movement ...!9 Sc'edule line categor...................................... "or e5ample4 i) t'e total #uantit......!7 Document t-pe *+A must (e made cop............................................2& &'e (elow con)iguration need to (e carried out:...........................................................................t-pe *....................... &esting Re#uirements......................... &'e item categories contained in t'e standard SAP R=$ S-stem4 toget'er wit' sales document t-pes> represent t'e most common (usiness transactions...R and (illing t-pe *R6 0Credit memo )or Returns1... . A classi)ication t'at distinguis'es (etween di))erent <inds o) sc'edule line.......................................+......................................!9 Sales Document 2tem ...........................................................................................!9 6............................. All Rights Reserved............................................... ................doc Document SAP Sales Order Manangement Scenario 1 ..................4+64+R4+A1.................!9 3um(er ranges ....o) an item can onl........................................................2 Page / of 28 ©2012 Accenture...............! -isk and Controls $est Conditions.................................... ......................!% !..........................................!7 %.........................................................1 <e( 7usiness $est Conditions..............................................................................!8 ...............................................................dates )or eac' sc'edule line......................... ..........! #................................26 #......26 7........... 0"or e5ample4 2tem categor..........indicating t'e t-pe o) material movement 0)or e5ample4 goods receipt4 goods issue4 p'-sical stoc< trans)er1.............................................c'ec< )or sales ............................................................R............................ A p'-sical or logical movement o) materials leading to a c'ange in stoc< levels or resulting in t'e consumption o) t'e material.........................................relevant )or deliver.......................................................................................... Appendi5.........................2 Sales Document :eader ...................................................# $esting Considerations/Dependencies ..................................................Consignment Process Document t-pe *+R must (e made cop................ ....................................... &'e sales document t-pes represent t'e di))erent (usiness transactions in sales4 suc' as in#uir...............*+.......................................................................................................................................................one restriction is e))ective........................!7 Sales document *+A needs to (e created )rom t'e standard document t-pe +A.........................................31................................................................................................. A classi)ication <e....t-pe *............!9 Movement t-pe ...............................................................................................26 #...........................................................................26 #. 0"or e5ample4 Sales order document t-pe can 'ave %000000000 to %/////////1..................................... 0"or e5ample4 Document t-pes *+.................2 $ec.............1 =lossar( o0 $erms......................................................................!9 Availa(ilit......nical $est Conditions............................... &'e division o) an item in a sales document according to date and #uantit-..........................................processing4 #uotation processing4 and consignment stoc< processing............................................................(e delivered in )our partial deliveries4 t'e s-stem creates )our sc'edule lines and determines t'e appropriate #uantities and deliver...............!9 6.... .................................... &'e indicator is determined as a proposal in con@unction wit' t'e respective re#uirements t-pe........................................4 *+64 *+R and *+A 'as (een created )rom t'e standard document t-pes +... 2tem categories toget'er wit' t'e sales document t-pes represent t'e di))erent (usiness transactions in t'e SAP s-stem....... :owever4 onl.......................................

The stoc& also needs to e distinguished from other stoc& located at compan" warehouses in SAP. Transaction to send the stoc& from a client warehouse to a customer place as consignment stoc&. This action o liges the customer to pa" for the consumed stoc&. 'onsignment issue3 'onsignment issue is stoc& withdrawal from consignment stoc& for customer4s use.  #um"er range: o 789 :'onsignment fill1up. 1. . 2.3 0000000001 1 0.&!er!iew and Scope 1. 1. All Rights Reserved. The consignment process is divided into following . . 'onsignment pic&up and returns Indi!idual re.. 5n order to support this scenario$ client needs following functions. 'onsignment pic&up3 'onsignment pic&up is stoc& transfer ac& to compan"4s warehouse from customer location.uirements on consignment issue Sales order t"pes =78>= will e created " cop"ing standard SAP sales order t"pe =8>? and ma&e use of it as glo al template for the scenario.<<<<<<<< Form: o 6rder confirmation3   Indi!idual re.1 Functional Description 0Provide a high1level description of the usiness re!uirement that will e addressed. The stoc& needs to e seen and controlled " SAP due to that the stoc& remains the propert" of compan" even it e#ists ph"sicall" at the customer location. And credit memo is involved to pa" the amount ac& to the customer. That means that compan" can create invoices once the withdrawal is agreed " oth parties.  #um"er range: o 78> :'onsignment 5ssue. +.206604137.<<<<<<<< Page A of 28 ©2012 Accenture. 'onsignment issue 2.3 0000000001 @ 0. The returned stoc& is controlled as consignment stoc& once again.uirements for Consignment fill-up Sales order t"pe 789 will e created " cop"ing standard SAP sales order t"pe 89 and ma&e use of it as template for this scenario. 'onsignment returns3 'onsignment return is a return from consumption to consignment stoc&. 'onsignment fill1up3 'onsignment fill1up is stoc& transfer from compan"4s warehouse to customer location owing to shortage of stoc& at the customer location. The customer is not o liged to pa" for the stoc& ecause consignment stoc& remains the propert" of compan" until the" are withdrawn from the customer special stoc&.Consignment Process 1.doc Document SAP Sales Order Manangement Scenario 1 . actions.2 'onsignment stoc& is merchandise that is stored at the customer location. 'lient would li&e SAP to support the whole consignment process. 6ther consignment processes than consignment fill1up are as elow3 1.

206604137..   #um"er range for sales order: o 78R :'onsignment return.  Sales order t. Status of pic0ed up stoc0 o Pic&ed up stoc& should e returned to '6DPAEF with loc&ed status. order t.  Deli!er.uirements for Consignment )eturn Be will create following order t"pes for sales$ deliver"$ and illing " cop"ing standard SAP and ma&e use of them as template for the scenario.pe: o 7R> copied from R>. order: o 7CR :Returns deliver".doc Document SAP Sales Order Manangement Scenario 1 .3 0<00000000 1 0<<<<<<<<< Deli!er.<<<<<<< #um"er range for deli!er.  Deli!er.pe: o 7CR copied from CR.    SAP does not have a proper movement t"pe to realiGe this re!uirement.  Sales order t.of 28 ©2012 Accenture. All Rights Reserved.pe: o 78A copied from 8A.uirements for Consignment pic0-up 6rder t"pes for sales and deliver" elow will e created " cop"ing standard SAP and ma&e use of them as template for the scenario.3 0<00000000 1 0<<<<<<<<< /illing "loc0 o 9illing loc& should not e set " default ecause approval is performed outside the s"stem. .pe: o 7CR copied from CR. /illing document t. order t. Page .3 0A00000000 1 0A.    Indi!idual re.3 0A00000000 1 0A.3 0<00000000 1 0<<<<<<<<< #um"er range for "illing document: o 7R> :'redit for Return. Hence$ personnel of logistics department manuall" changes stoc& status from unrestricted to loc& " using a function of transfer posting as wor&around.<<<<<<< #um"er range for deli!er. Personnel of the sales department needs to specif" storage location for return at P(R. order: o 7CR :Return deliver".pe: o 78R copied from 8R. "loc0 o *eliver" loc& should not e set " default ecause approval is performed outside the s"stem.Consignment Process Indi!idual re.  #um"er range for sales order: o 78A :'onsignment pic&up.

at must run prior to e@ecution.. -eal $ime etcA 1.at is t.5 Frequency and Timing >C.e 0ormD A 1.e 0orm. 0or 2.* Audience and Distri+ution >.at 0ormat. in terms o0 re'uirements 0rom internal or e@ternal applications or teams. Bhat functionalit" is e#pected of configuration or other developments that pass information to this development and.e t(pe o0 processing used /( t. t. t.g. "lso indicate an( arc.e reportE i. "lso include an( securit(/access restrictions.ods emplo(ed.roug..e 0ormE i.ere is no retention period 0or t. 1.3 Assumptions 0*escri e an" assumptions made while completing this design.e e@pected num/er o0 users and distri/ution met. 7atc. and i0 kno2n.or retrieve the information processed " it :e.e t(pe o0 output re'uired 0or t.edule dependencies e.( )etention )equirements >.4 Transaction Volume >C. 1.2 Dependencies / Constraints >.e. and in 2.at is t. !rocessing Type >Please indicate t.e. All Rights Reserved.ndicate 2.is re'uires a -eal time. Dan" activities are involved for consignment process especiall" for consignment issue such as calculating actual goods issue !uantit"$ creating sales order and deliver order$ post good issue and etc.g.o t.. inter0ace or /atc. limited access to legac( s(stem. 2.A Page 8 of 28 ©2012 Accenture. .e e@pected ?olume o0 data e@pected to /e read and outputted t. 1.e document itsel0. not 7atc.I2 %or sales department$ it ma&es heav" wor&load to manage this consignment process due to following reasons. :o/s t.206604137.at ma( impact de?elopment.e 0orms. 0ile 0ormat.Consignment Process 1. report) 1.$ performance$ triggers$ e#ceptions$ etc. e@cel e@port etcA +a?e to File F +end to Print Do2nload to 3@cel (BoteG $.denti0( an( re'uirement to retain t.at period o0 time. please speci0( sc.i?ing re'uirements.e intended audience is 0or t.e e@pected 0re'uenc( and timing o0 processing A 1. time constraints or data restrictions. The place is ph"sicall" far from Plant and stoc& movements cannot e seen. 1. "lso.ndicate an( dependencies or constraints t.A Bot applica/le.doc Document SAP Sales Order Manangement Scenario 1 .A $." #utput Type $#nline/!rint/%preads&eet' >Please indicate t. printout.

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'ustomers store the consignment goods at their own warehouses. Creating a consignment )ill. The goods remain the propert" of '6DPAEF. Creating a consignment issue 'onsignment issue represents the customer consumption of consignment goods. The ne#t step is deliver" creation. 5n order to perform this step$ personnel of the sales department chec&s consignment stoc& information at a customer and stoc& movements involved.Detailed Functional )e. This process is called the consignment fill1up.uirements 2. As a result of out ound processing is carried out$ the following actions are made. The ne#t step is proforma invoice creation and then the last step is to create the >#cise 5nvoice. This scenario starts from chec&ing !uantit" consumed from consignment stoc&.ication 0Provide a high1level description of the functional re!uirements and steps2 The usiness delivers stoc& to a customer on consignment. Then he or she returns it to the personnel of sales department. The personnel of the sales department chec& the stoc& and fills in the stoc& information on the screen or upload an e#cel sheet and saves the information. Bhen "ou ship consignment stoc& to the customer$ "ou need to create a consignment fill1up order :order t"pe 789. Hence$ the total valuated stoc& for the plant remains the same. The customer can access the goods in the consignment warehouse at an" time. All Rights Reserved. The" are onl" illed for the goods when the" are removed from the special stoc&.doc Document SAP Sales Order Manangement Scenario 1 . Then he or she prints out the information and sends it to the customer. 6nce customer receives the report " email$ fa#$ or etc$ he or she chec&s ph"sical stoc& and fill in the information on the sheet. as the first step. Page 10 of 28 ©2012 Accenture.up The consignment fill1up process is used to replenish the customer4s consignment stoc&. • • The relevant !uantit" is transferred under the same plant from regular inventor" to special stoc& for customer. This t"pe of stoc& is referred as special stoc&. Then the add1on program calculates the actual !uantit" consumed " the customer and creates sales order. 'lient 'ompan" maintains ownership of consignment inventories. After saving a document$ "ou can print out an order confirmation and send it to the customer if necessar".1 Functional %peci. 'onsignment processing offers the participating partners several advantages. 5n some cases$ the personnel of the sales department go to the customer place and conducts ph"sical chec& on current stoc& with the customer. . The transaction is relevant for pricing as client wants to pass on the e#cise duties. (oods issue of the appropriate stoc& is posted from the unrestricted1use stoc& to consignment stoc& :special stoc&. 'onsignment stoc& is monitored in the s"stem " individual customer and material..Consignment Process 2. The consignment fill1up process is used to replenish the customer4s consignment stoc&.206604137.

Then the personnel of the sales department creates consignment pic&up order. This scenario doesn4t involve illing process ecause the transfer of inventor" ownership doesn4t occur. Pic&ing list is used to chec& !uantit" of actual stoc& pic&ed from customer location and deliver" note is sent to the customer as proof of this transaction. All Rights Reserved. . The illing department personnel conducts a final chec& on the credit note and sends it to the customer. This scenario starts when a customer re!uests returning a product to the '6DPAEF sales department. The last step of this scenario is posting a credit memo for the return. Bhen customer sends a proof which indicates the stoc& is received properl" as consignment once again$ the personnel of sales department chec&s that there is no difference etween the proof and SAP post good receipt !uantit" and forward vouchers to personnel of the illing department. The operator needs to chec& on SAP the increase of consignment stoc&. %or approval process$ authoriGed person needs to verif" and approve the return outside the s"stem efore '6DPAEF accepts it.206604137. 'redit memo is manuall" created in the s"stem " personnel of the illing department and the credit note is printed out automaticall". Consignment Return The consignment return ta&es place when a customer wants to return product under customer possession to '6DPAEF as consignment stoc& and to receive a credit for the return. This scenario starts when a customer re!uests '6DPAEF sales department the return of consignment stoc& to '6DPAEF4s ph"sical location.up The consignment pic&1up process ta&es place for various reasons such as in the case '6DPAEF stops trading with a customer.doc Document SAP Sales Order Manangement Scenario 1 . The operator creates deliver" order for the consignment pic&up order and prints out pic&ing list and deliver" note. Page 11 of 28 ©2012 Accenture. AuthoriGed personnel of sales department chec&s the achieved condition for the transaction first and informs to personnel of the sales department whether the authroiGed personnel approves it. 5f '6DPAEF accepts$ then an operator of sales department creates consignment return order$ the deliver" order$ and conducts post goods receipt in se!uence ased on the agreed return condition such as !uantit".Consignment Process Consignment Pic<.

. The total valuated stoc& for the plant remains the same.Diagram 05nsert a flow diagram descri ing the screen se!uences .Consignment Process 2.2 !rocess Flo. data retrieval se!uences2 1rocess Flow Diagram for Consignment fill-up Bhen "ou ship consignment stoc& to the customer$ the relevant !uantit" is removed from regular inventor" in "our plant and is added to the special stoc& for the customer. All Rights Reserved. Page 12 of 28 ©2012 Accenture.206604137. The transaction is relevant for pricing since the compan" wants to pass on the e#cise duties to the customer at this point.doc Document SAP Sales Order Manangement Scenario 1 .

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5n this case$ the customer receives a credit memo for the returned goods To credit a return$ "ou must first approve the re!uest for a credit memo. . All Rights Reserved.Consignment Process 1rocess Flow Diagram for Consignment )eturn 5f "our customer wants to return goods to the consignment stoc&$ the relevant !uantit" is added to the customer4s special stoc& at the plant where the goods are returned Since the ownership of the goods is passed from the customer ac& to "our compan"$ the transaction is relevant for illing. Page 1A of 28 ©2012 Accenture.206604137.doc Document SAP Sales Order Manangement Scenario 1 .

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doc Document SAP Sales Order Manangement Scenario 1 . . Four total valuated stoc& remains the same since the returned stoc& was regarded as part of "our own inventor" even while it was at the customer4s premises.Consignment Process 1rocess Flow Diagram for Consignment pic0-up 5f the customer returns consignment stoc& to "ou$ the relevant !uantit" is deducted from the customer4s special stoc& and is added ac& into "our regular stoc& at the plant where the goods are returned. This transaction is not relevant for illing. All Rights Reserved.206604137. Page 18 of 28 ©2012 Accenture.

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. The underl"ing goods movement t"pe is a stoc& transfer. 2 JC01E 'reate a deliver" as the su se!uent document for this sales order and$ after pic&ing has een completed successfull"$ post goods issue.doc Document SAP Sales Order Manangement Scenario 1 .. 1.Consignment Process 2.3 %A! Transaction 0SAP transaction that is re!uired to e#ecute this process2 Steps for creating a consignment fill-up: Sr. This goods issue also reduces "our total stoc&. Eo. . The goods are then reduced " the relevant !uantit" in the special stoc& assigned to the customer. All Rights Reserved. 5nvoice the deliver" which issues the consignment goods. This ensures that when goods issue is posted$ consignment special stoc& is created for the customer concerned. 2 JC01E 'reate a deliver" as the su se!uent document for this sales order and$ after pic&ing has een completed successfull"$ post goods issue. +. >nter all other relevant data and save the order. 5f special stoc& of this &ind alread" e#ists in the delivering plant for this customer$ the goods are posted to this special stoc&. SAP Transaction 'ode JA01 *escription 'reate a sales order using order t"pe 23/>nter the re!uired data on the customer$ the consignment goods and the delivering plant. 'reate a proforma invoice using 7%< illing t"pe to pass on the e#cise duties. J%01 K155E Steps for creating a consignment issue Sr. SAP Transaction 'ode JA01 *escription 'reate a sales order using order t"pe 234>nter the re!uired data on the customer$ the consignment goods and the delivering plant. 'reate e#cise 5nvoice to post the e#cise duties. + J%01 Page 20 of 28 ©2012 Accenture. 1. >nter all other relevant data and save the order. Eo.206604137.

Consignment Process Steps for creating a consignment return: Sr. . Page 21 of 28 ©2012 Accenture. SAP Transaction 'ode JA01 *escription 'reate a sales order using order t"pe 23$ . The transaction is completed " the goods issue posting which initiates a transfer posting from the customerLs special stoc& to "our plant stoc&. SAP Transaction 'ode JA01 *escription 'reate a sales order using order t"pe 23) . 1. Eo.. >nter the re!uired data for the customer$ the consignment goods and the plant to which the goods are to e returned. Steps for creating a consignment pic0-up: Sr.206604137. 1. 2 JC01E 'reate a returns deliver" for the sales order :the s"stem automaticall" chooses deliver" t"pe 25). +. >nter the re!uired data on the customer and the consignment goods. >nter all other relevant data and save the order. J%01 'reate a credit memo for the consignment return "ou created in 1.doc Document SAP Sales Order Manangement Scenario 1 . This posting records the return of the goods to the plant where goods receipt was carried out. 2. JC01E 'reate a returns deliver" for the sales order :the s"stem automaticall" chooses deliver" t"pe 25). All Rights Reserved. Eo. >nter all other relevant data and save the order.. The goods issue posting cancels the goods issue posting which was carried out when the consignment goods were issued.

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(For example.$ppendi7 . Eum er ranges 1 A num er range is provide for all document t"pe and will e uni!ue for each of them. :%or e#ample$ 5tem categor" 789E has een created from the standard item categor" 89E. Availa ilit" chec& for sales 1 The indicator is determined as a proposal in con)unction with the respective re!uirements t"pe.2 Additional %upporting/)e. All Rights Reserved. • • • • • • • .. The categor" determines how the s"stem processes the schedule line. However$ onl" one restriction is effective. %or e#ample$ if the total !uantit" of an item can onl" e delivered in four partial deliveries$ the s"stem creates four schedule lines and determines the appropriate !uantities and deliver" dates for each schedule line. Schedule line categor" 1 A classification that distinguishes etween different &inds of schedule line.1 :lossary o. (oods movement 1 A ph"sical or logical movement of materials leading to a change in stoc& levels or resulting in the consumption of the material. Sales order document type can have 4000000000 to 4999999999). Terms &erm De)inition • Sales *ocument Header 1 The sales document t"pes represent the different usiness transactions in sales$ such as in!uir" processing$ !uotation processing$ and consignment stoc& processing.erence Documentation Standard &e5t 2D Content Page 28 of 28 ©2012 Accenture. 5t can e changed in individual shipping transactions. Schedule line 1 The division of an item in a sales document according to date and !uantit".206604137. Dovement t"pe 1 A classification &e" indicating the t"pe of material movement :for e#ample$ goods receipt$ goods issue$ ph"sical stoc& transfer.+ S"stem$ together with sales document t"pesM represent the most common usiness transactions. :%or e#ample$ *ocument t"pes 789$ 78>$ 78R and 78A has een created from the standard document t"pes 89$8>$8R$8A. Sales *ocument 5tem 1 5tem categories together with the sales document t"pes represent the different usiness transactions in the SAP s"stem.Consignment Process 6. . The item categories contained in the standard SAP R.doc Document SAP Sales Order Manangement Scenario 1 .