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SAP SD - SAP Sales & Distribution

1 Introduction to ERP 2 Introduction to SAP
 Importance of ERP and
Advantage of SAP
 Overview of Technical,
Functional Modules
 SAP R! Architecture
 "ife #$cle of SAP
3 Enterprise Structure and
Global Settings
4 Master Data
 Enterprise Structure related to
SAP S%,"E in detail and ,MM
and FI in &rief
 #ustomer Master data
and 'um&er ranges
 Material master data
 #onditions master data
 #ustomer material info
 Advantage of #ommon

5 Sales Document Processing Pricing
 Sales document t$pe and co(
relation of each field influences
 'um&er ranges
 #op$ controls
 Item categories
 Schedule lines categories
 Outputs

 Pricing Techni*ue and
Each Elements
 Re*uirement routines and
 #ondition t$pe
functionalit$ and
! Special "unctionalities # Re$enue account
 Free goods
 +OM
 Material determination
 "isting and e,clusion
 Revenue account
 Partner determination

% S&ipping Process 1' (redit Management
 %eliver$ creation
 #op$ controls
 P-I and Reversal
 Transfer order
 )Shipping documents
 ) list
 Outputs
 'um&er ranges

 #redit Management

11 )illing 12 Special Sales
 +illing process
 Functionalit$
 #op$ controls
 #ash Sales
 Rush Orders
 'um&er ranges
 Outputs

13 Special )usiness scenarios 14 )asic *unctions
 Third part$ scenario
 Inter compan$ scenario

 "og of incompletion
15 )atc& +ob 1 SAP )asic ,ables
 +atch /o&s and procedure

 SAP +asic Ta&les

1! *unctional spec preparation 1# Additional ,opics
 Functional spec preparation
 Testing &asic concepts
 0TSITSSFT1"%2s""%2s
 Integration of S% ,MM
and FI
 Implementation
 Interfaces with SAP
 Real time +usiness
 Month3ear End Activities
4 #hec. list
 Performance Testing
 Test Scripts
 Resume Preparation
 Moc. interviews
In -&ic& scenario o" SAP SD s&ould PGI
be carried out -&en t&e pic. up
/uantit0 is 1ero and gra0ed out2
updated %ec 5, 5676 75899 am : 7!,9;! views
<hen a =F56 is done and the part$ returns the material as he doesn>t want the material,
then the return order is done with reference or without reference) <hile we do the return,
deliver$ the s$stem will &$ default show the pic. *uantit$ field as =ero and it is gre$ed)
In which scenario of SAP S% should P-I &e carried out when the pic. up *uantit$ is ?ero
and gra$ed out@
Answer8 P-I ( Post -oods Issue)))) which means atlest A6 *uantit$ of good should &e
involved Bpic.edC) so P-I cannot &e done when the *uantit$ D6)))) Moreover in
#onsigment pic.up onl$ P-R( Post goods returns should &e done not a P-I)))) moreover
the movement t$pes is different) this is the answer as for as i .now))
thanks & regards %eva)M)Mahi&an
It>s in returna&le pac.aging topic when the customer doesn>t return the returna&le
pac.aging item we raise va67, E"67' where we do not have an$ pic. up *uantit$ that is
?ero and gra$ed out and we still carr$ out P-I which, in m$ opinion, is a uni*ue conditon
in SAP S% whole module)
The depends on the item categor$) If the item categor$ is not relevant field in gra$ed out in this caseC, $ou can do the P-I without To chec.
which item categor$ is relevant go to logistic e,ecution in SPRO) Select shipping
rather than deliver$) 'ow select %efine item categor$ for %eliveries) 1ere unchec.
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