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Chapter 1 Chapter 2 2.1 2.1.1 2.1.2 2.1.3 2.2 2.2.1 2.2.2 2.3 2.4 2.4.1 2.4.2 2.5 Chapter 3 3.1 3.1.1 3.1.1.1 3.1.2 3.1.3 3.1.4 3.1.5 3.1.6 3.1.6.1 3.2 3.2.1 3.2.1.1 3.2.2 3.2.2.1 3.2.3 3.2.3.1 3.2.3.2

Important Information About this Document . . . . . . . . . . Basic Settings for Self-Service Procurement . . . System Connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . Catalog-Specific Role Maintenance in SAP MDM . . . Setting Up External Web Services in SAP SRM . . . . More Information About System Connections . . . . Organizational Management . . . . . . . . . . Enhancing the Organizational Plan . . . . . . . . Where to Find the Documentation for Team Purchasing Set Up Workflow for Business Scenarios . . . . . . Procurement Card . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Setting Up Procurement Card Payment . . . . . . More Information About Procurement Card . . . . Reports in Self-Service Procurement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Self-Service Procurement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Self-Service Procurement Classic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Processing Shopping Carts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Configuration Content for Processing Shopping Carts . . . . . . . . . Processing Purchase Requisitions in SAP ERP . . . . . . . . . . . . Processing Purchase Orders in SAP ERP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Inbound Processing and Receipt Confirmation with Warehouse Management Verifying Logistics Invoices Online . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Analyzing Self-Service Procurement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Reports in Self-Service Procurement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Self-Service Procurement Extended Classic . . . . . . . . . . . . . Processing Shopping Carts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Configuration Content for Processing Shopping Carts . . . . . . . . . Searching for Sources of Supply Centrally . . . . . . . . . . . . . Configuration Content for Searching for Sources of Supply Centrally . . . Processing Purchase Orders in SAP SRM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Basic Settings for Processing Purchase Orders in SAP SRM . . . . . . . . More Information About Processing Purchase Orders in SAP SRM . . . .

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The complete configuration content and tool support is only available in SAP Solution Manager. SAP Notes. To implement and configure SAP SRM.sap.com/instguides under Installation & Upgrade Guides SAP Business Suite Applications SAP SRM SAP SRM Server 7. It provides you with a quick overview of the required SAP SRM configuration settings.1 Important Information About this Document 1 Important Information About this Document The configuration documentation for SAP Supplier Relationship Management (SAP SRM) is delivered with the SAP Solution Manager content. and SAP ERP documentation. 10/26/2009 PUBLIC 5/32 . This guide contains only the SAP SRM configuration documentation and references to other documentation. see SAP Note 1230438 and the SAP SRM Master Guide at http://service. Caution This guide is a supplement to the SAP Solution Manager content and does not replace it. For more information on the SAP Solution Manager content.0 . you must use SAP Solution Manager. which contains the complete configuration documentation including links to Customizing.

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You configure this Web service in Customizing under SAP Supplier Relationship Management SRM Server Master Data Content Management Define External Web Services n Responsible for setting up user-specific configuration for users who are assigned the Catalog User role.1. and classifying product and contract data in the MDM Import Manager and MDM Data Manager.1 Catalog-Specific Role Maintenance in SAP MDM To use the SRM-MDM Catalog. Responsible for approving or rejecting catalog items in the SRM-MDM Catalog workflow. n Responsible for configuring the search UI.1 System Connections 2. you need to assign catalog-specific roles in SAP MDM Console. The owner of this role is authorized to configure the Java-based Web Dynpro search UI and the open catalog interface (OCI) mapping.2 Basic Settings for Self-Service Procurement 2 Basic Settings for Self-Service Procurement 2. the field selection of the Advanced Search Approve catalog content Catalog Content Approver Launch catalog search Catalog User Configure catalog search UI UI Configuration Manager 10/26/2009 PUBLIC 7/32 . This role refers to the search users assigned to the catalog Web service. managing. for example. You assign the corresponding roles for the following tasks: Task Manage catalog content Role Catalog Manager Comment Responsible for importing.

2. If the product data has changed. the field NEW_ITEM-EXT_PRODUCT_ID must be filled with the catalog database key of the product when the product is transferred for the first time from the product catalog to the SRM Server System.1 Basic Settings for Self-Service Procurement System Connections or the mapping of catalog fields to OCI fields. you must set up external Web Services in SAP SRM. 8/32 PUBLIC 10/26/2009 . product details are displayed. and if the price is still up to date. For this feature to work. 2.2 Setting Up External Web Services in SAP SRM To use the SRM-MDM Catalog with SAP Supplier Relationship Management (SAP SRM). such as SRM-MDM Catalog.1. The system checks if products are still available in the catalog. choose Integrated Call Structure. 4. Note Do not define a call structure for your catalog. taking into account the additional information.2 2. in Customizing for SAP Supplier Relationship Management under SRM Server Master Data Content Management Define External Web Services . Maintain the parameters listed below. n Validate Product Data From SAP SRM Enables the use of the OCI validate feature. To assign the catalog to a particular purchasing organization. and to access the SRM-MDM Catalog via URLs from SAP SRM applications. enter the organization in the Purch. the current data is transferred to SAP SRM. set the following indicators: n Display Product Data Again in Catalog Enables using the detail feature for the Open Catalog Interface (OCI) so that when the Details option is selected in the overview list of catalog items. as these catalogs are designated to be displayed as integrated catalogs. n Cross-Catalog Search Enables all catalogs with this indicator set to be searched by a keyword search. Procedure 1. Create a Web Service with an ID. 3. In the navigation tree of the Customizing transaction. Under Additional Functions in the Product Catalog. Organization field.

namedsearch <your_named_search_name> Fixed Value Optional Note If you do not specify a named search. Optional Note username <your_user_name> Fixed Value Refers to the user in SAP MDM (not the end user starting the catalog search in SRM).2 2. all users have the same unrestricted access to the catalog. Required The system uses the logon language of SRM. Required This setting controls the language dependent fields of your catalog repository.1 Basic Settings for Self-Service Procurement System Connections Parameter Name Parameter Value Type Additional Information n.a http://<J2EEserver: J2EEport>/SRM-MDM/SRM_MDM URL Required <J2EEserver> is the host on which the J2EE server is installed. Required The value can be that of any user maintained for the catalog repository in SAP MDM Console Admin Users. <J2EEport>is the http port of the J2EE server. <your_password> Fixed Value password server repositoryType <your_MDM_server>[:<MDM Fixed Value Server Host n>] <Repository Type>[:<Repository Type n>] SRM_MDM_CATALOG Fixed Value catalog Fixed Value unilanguage SY-LANGU SAP-Field datalanguage For example <EN> or SY-LANGU <your_mask_name> Fixed Value Or SAP-Field Fixed Value mask If you do not specify a mask. HOOK_URL Return URL Required 10/26/2009 PUBLIC 9/32 . all users have the same unrestricted access to the catalog. Required Required See SAP Note 1170807 Optional See SAP Note 1170807 Required The name of your catalog repository in SAP MDM.

Deactivate the checks in the message layer in Customizing for SAP Supplier Relationship Management under SRM Server Cross-Application Basic Settings Message Control Influence Message Control Employees that are assigned to the line organization of the HR organizational model and simultaneously work as purchasers in a SAP SRM purchasing organization can be assigned to the new relationship type "Is Purchaser of. 10/32 PUBLIC 10/26/2009 .3 More Information About System Connections The following SAP Note applies: 1287412 — Prerequisites for OCI Integration in SAP SRM 7.2 Basic Settings for Self-Service Procurement Organizational Management Parameter Name Parameter Value Type Additional Information returntarget _parent Fixed Value Required.0... 2.2 2. you can reduce the hierarchical restrictions of the organizational model. if you do not want to use Fixed Value left-hand wildcards 2. In the Purchasing View of transaction PPOMA_BBP you have several possibilities to assign the purchaser to a purchasing group: n Via drag and drop within the hierarchy n Via drag and drop from the selection area into the hierarchy n Using the Assign button and the search help to find the object to be assigned to the selected unit in the hierarchy. For more information.1.1 Enhancing the Organizational Plan To make the connection between purchasing organizations and purchasing groups more flexible. This parameter determines and informs the catalog to which target OCI data has to be returned. For more information. see Creating the Organizational Plan [external document] Procedure 1.2 Organizational Management 2. Prerequisites You have created an organizational plan. see SAP Note 1147662 1hwc_search False.". Optional.2.

The Business Rule Framework (BRF) can be applied to control further the process flow. n Application-controlled workflow framework These are approval workflows based on SAP Business Workflow in which the application is in control over the SAP Business Workflow templates. see Customizing for SAP Supplier Relationship Management under SRM Server Cross-Application Basic Settings Define Transaction Types . and not the application itself.0 and lower. To do so. A unified workflow template is used and a process is evaluated by way of a process schema containing a set of distinct process levels. Process Perform the following steps: n Check which workflow framework is active in your system. Prerequisites You have performed the basic workflow Customizing as described in SAP Solution Manager under <project name> Configuration SAP SRM <release> Basic Settings for SAP SRM Cross-Application Settings Business Workflow . The process-controlled workflow framework is the default framework in the SAP SRM system. Multiple workflow templates can be used. The application-controlled workflow framework is the framework that was available in SAP SRM 5.3 Set Up Workflow for Business Scenarios You use this process to set up the workflow for your business scenario. using defined start conditions.2 Where to Find the Documentation for Team Purchasing To find the documentation for team purchasing in SAP SRM. All Customizing steps necessary for 10/26/2009 PUBLIC 11/32 . It is only intended to be used if you are upgrading from SAP SRM 5. see SAP Help Portal at http://help.2. SAP Supplier Relationship Management (SAP SRM) supports the following workflow frameworks: n Process-controlled workflow framework These are approval workflows based on SAP Business Workflow in which the modeled or configured process. you do not have to perform any scenario-specific Customizing steps. controls the process flow.sap. n If your workflow framework is the process-controlled workflow framework. For more information about the workflow frameworks.3 Basic Settings for Self-Service Procurement Set Up Workflow for Business Scenarios 2.2 2. The configuration steps depend on the workflow framework you use. Select Show Current Settings and choose Execute.com under SAP Supplier Relationship Management Functions Business Workflow .0 or lower and you need to continue using your existing workflows. 2. go to Customizing for SAP SRM under SRM Server Cross-Application Basic Settings Business Workflow Select Workflow Framework .

Enter your procurement card details using the Create User transaction. Accounting is set up. adjust the start conditions for the relevant workflows. you can specify procurement cards as the payment method when you purchase items. and invoices and transaction figures are transferred from the SAP SRM system to the back-end system by the ALE interface. check whether there is any workflow documentation specific to your scenario in addition to this document in SAP Solution Manager. The settlement files are transferred to the SAP SRM system. More Information The following scenario-specific workflow documentation is available: Setting Up Application-Controlled Workflow for Confirmations and Invoices [external document] Setting Up Application-Controlled Workflow for Strategic Sourcing [external document] Setting Up Application-Controlled Workflow for Operational Contract Management [external document] 2. n You have set up the ALE distribution model in Customizing for SAP Supplier Relationship Management under SRM Server Technical Basic Settings ALE Settings ALE Settings (Logical System) Procedure 1. n If your workflow framework is the application-controlled workflow framework. or implement a Business Add-In (BAdI).4. 12/32 PUBLIC 10/26/2009 . you might have to activate certain workflow templates.4 Procurement Card 2.2 2.1 Setting Up Procurement Card Payment In SAP Supplier Relationship Management (SAP SRM). Prerequisites n You are using the Materials Management functions in SAP SRM. For example. n In the back-end system. provided you are using the Materials Management functions in SAP SRM. and the card company is created as a supplier. see SAP Solution Manager under <project name> Configuration SAP SRM <release> Basic Settings for SAP SRM Cross-Application Settings Business Workflow Application-Controlled Workflow . For general configuration information. you can manage settlements for purchases made using a procurement card.4 Basic Settings for Self-Service Procurement Procurement Card this workflow framework are described in SAP Solution Manager under <project name> Configuration SAP SRM <release> Basic Settings for SAP SRM Cross-Application Settings Business Workflow Process-Controlled Workflow . In addition. This means you can transfer the settlement file that the bank or card company sends you to SAP SRM to check that the contents are correct and specify account assignments.

Prerequisites n You have completed all the configuration steps for SAP NetWeaver BW in SAP Solution Manager under Basic Settings for SAP SRM Basic Settings for Analytics . do so in Customizing for SAP Supplier Relationship Management under SRM Server Procurement Card Manage Commitments More Information See SAP Help Portal at help. n You have installed and activated all the relevant business content for this scenario. and carry out updates in Accounting in the back-end system 2.2 2. If you want to create commitments.5 Reports in Self-Service Procurement This document lists all the relevant queries for reports in Self-Service Procurement. 2. Features The following is a list of queries that are relevant for this scenario: Query Description Shopping Carts Still to be Approved Shopping Carts per Approver Shopping Carts per Catalog Query Name 0BBP_SCA_Q003 0BBP_SCA_Q0012 0BBP_SC_Q006 10/26/2009 PUBLIC 13/32 .4.com under SAP Business Suite SAP Supplier Relationship Management .2 More Information About Procurement Card Perform the following activities in Customizing for SAP SRM: n n n n n SRM Server SRM Server SRM Server SRM Server SRM Server Procurement Card Procurement Card Procurement Card Procurement Card Procurement Card Process Procurement Card Define Number Ranges Allocate Company Code Define Card Company Define Blocking Reasons 2.sap. For a list of the data source and ODS objects that you must install.5 Basic Settings for Self-Service Procurement Reports in Self-Service Procurement Note You must set the procurement cards up so that the system can transfer the settlement information from the card company. see SAP Solution Manager under Basic Settings for SAP SRM Basic Settings for Analytics .

shopping carts Excessive Invoices Goods and Services Confirmations per Document Number Invoice Document Overview Invoice Status Query Name 0SR_PO_C1_Q0006 0SR_MC02_Q2001 0SR_C02_Q0002 0SR_PO_C1_Q0005 0SR_MC02_Q0006 0SR_MC01_Q0715 0SR_MC02_Q3002 0SRCF_D2_Q0001 0SR_MC02_Q3001 0SRIV_D3_Q0003 14/32 PUBLIC 10/26/2009 .5 Basic Settings for Self-Service Procurement Reports in Self-Service Procurement Shopping Carts per Contract Shopping Carts per Cost Center Shopping Carts per Order Shopping Carts per Product / Product Category Shopping Carts per Purchasing Organization / Purch.Current Values for Req. based on shopping cart requisitions: Query Description Accepted Purchase Order Quantities per PO and Item Confirmation Document Overview Cost Center Overview Deadline Monitoring .2 2. Delivery Date Delivery Delays Document count .POs.Overview of Approvals Number of Shopping Cart Items Shopping cart values by purchasing groups Shopping cart values for top spending value purchasing group 0BBP_SC_Q011 0BBP_SC_Q009 0BBP_SC_Q010 0BBP_SC_Q004 0BBP_SC_Q005 0BBP_SC_Q003 0BBP_SC_Q001 0BBP_SC_Q002 0BBP_SC_Q007 0BBP_SCA_Q001 0BBP_SCA_Q002 0BBP_SCA_Q004 0BBP_SC_Q014 0BBP_SC_Q008 0SR_MC01_Q0708 0SR_MC01_Q0710 The following are queries for purchase order and confirmation reports. Group Shopping Carts per Requester Shopping Carts per Shopping Cart Number Shopping Carts per Shopping Cart Number with Items Status of Shopping Carts Approval Times Overview of Approved Shopping Carts Overview of Shopping Carts per Approver SRM Manager .

5 Basic Settings for Self-Service Procurement Reports in Self-Service Procurement Invoices per Contract Invoices per Invoice Number with Items Invoices per Product / Product Category Invoices per Supplier Key Performance Indicators Maverick Buying Analysis Number of Suppliers per Country Number of categories where PO value w/o contract >X Number of suppliers by category Open Approvals: Confirmations Open Items (Confirmations) Open Items (Invoices) Open Items Confirmations Overview of Purchase Order Value per Requester Overview of Return Deliveries 0SRIV_D3_Q0005 0SRIV_D3_Q0004 0SRIV_D3_Q0002 0SRIV_D3_Q0001 0SR_MC01_Q0004 0SR_MC02_Q0002 0SR_MC01_Q0006 0SR_MC01_Q0711 0SR_MC01_Q0709 0SRCF_D2_Q0003 0SR_MC02_Q2002 0SR_PO_C1_Q0003 0SR_PO_C1_Q0002 0SR_C02_Q0001 0SRCF_D2_Q0004 Pareto Analysis According to PO Volume per Category 0SR_MC02_Q0005 Pareto Analysis According to Purchase Order Volume 0SR_MC02_Q0004 (Chart) Purchase Order Document Analysis Purchase Order Values per Procurement Card Purchase Orders per Order Number with Items Purchase Orders per Product /Product Category Purchase Values per Order Status of Goods and Services Confirmation Documents Variance Invoice Value .2 2.Order Value Workload per Purchasing Group Purchase Order Status 0SR_MC02_Q0001 0SR_C01_Q0001 0SRAC_D4_Q0002 0SRAC_D4_Q0004 0SR_C02_Q0003 0SRCF_D2_Q0002 0SR_PO_C1_Q0004 0SR_MC02_Q0003 0SRAC_D4_Q0001 10/26/2009 PUBLIC 15/32 .

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The SAP SRM 7. 3. Create shopping cart Search for products or services Select items and add to shopping cart Display overview Display account assignment Order shopping cart Check shopping cart status Approve shopping cart You can find a process description in SAP Solution Manager under <project name> Scenarios Self-Service Procurement Classic Business Processes Processing Shopping Carts .3 Self-Service Procurement 3 Self-Service Procurement 3.1 Processing Shopping Carts The process Processing Shopping Carts consists of the following process steps: 1. Select the Documentation tab.com SAP Supplier Relationship Management Business Scenarios . 7. 3. 5. 2.1.0 scenario and process descriptions are also available on SAP Help Portal at http://help. 3. 6.1 Configuration Content for Processing Shopping Carts Create Shopping Cart Perform the following activities in Customizing for SAP SRM: SRM Server Business Add-Ins Responsible Purchasing Group(s) n SRM Server Business Add-Ins Company Code n SRM Server Business Add-Ins BE System n Shopping Carts and Requirement Items Shopping Carts and Requirement Items Shopping Carts and Requirement Items Shopping Cart: Determine Determine Backend System / Determine Target Object in 10/26/2009 PUBLIC 17/32 . 8. 4.sap.1. Select the Documentation tab.1.1 Self-Service Procurement Classic You can find a scenario description in SAP Solution Manager under <project name> Scenarios Self-Service Procurement Classic .

1. Supplier Lists and so on) Shopping Cart from Catalog n SRM Server Business Add-Ins External Web Services (Catalogs. To find the process-related configuration content. 3. Create or process purchase orders Release purchasing documents Find new source of supply Compare quotations Generate or manage versions of purchase orders Monitor the output of messages Monitor or view list display of purchase orders 18/32 PUBLIC 10/26/2009 . 2.3 3. 3. 5. 7. 2. select the Configuration tab. Select the Documentation tab. 5. 4.2 Processing Purchase Requisitions in SAP ERP The process Processing Purchase Requisitions in SAP ERP consists of the following process steps: 1. Create or process purchase requisitions Release purchase requisitions Assign source of supply to purchase requisitions Generate or manage versions of purchase requisitions Monitor or view list display of purchase requisitions You can find a process description in SAP Solution Manager under <project name> Scenarios Self-Service Procurement Classic Business Processes Processing Purchase Requisitions in SAP ERP . 6.1 Self-Service Procurement Self-Service Procurement Classic SRM Server Business Add-Ins Object n SRM Server Business Add-Ins User-Interface Content n Search for products or services Shopping Carts and Requirement Items Shopping Carts and Requirement Items Shopping Cart Monitor: Modify Shopping Cart Monitor: Adjust Perform the following activities in Customizing for SAP SRM: SRM Server Cross-Application Basic Settings Roles Define Roles SRM Server Business Add-Ins External Web Services (Catalogs.3 Processing Purchase Orders in SAP ERP The process Processing Purchase Orders in SAP ERP consists of the following process steps: 1. 4.1. Supplier Lists and so on) Additional Parameters n n Run the following system transactions in SAP SRM: Change Attributes (PPOMA_BBP) Transfer Transfer 3. 3.

Receive advanced shipping notification Create inbound delivery (optional) Post goods receipt Create Warehouse Management transfer order Confirm Warehouse Management transfer order Send proof of delivery (POD) You can find a process description in SAP Solution Manager under project name Scenarios Plan-Driven Procurement with Plant Maintenance Business Processes Inbound Processing and Receipt Confirmation with Warehouse Management . 2. Select the Documentation tab.4 Inbound Processing and Receipt Confirmation with Warehouse Management The process Inbound Processing and Receipt Confirmation with Warehouse Management consists of the following process steps: 1. 7. 5. To find the process-related configuration content. 3. 5.1 Self-Service Procurement Self-Service Procurement Classic You can find a process description in SAP Solution Manager under <project name> Scenarios Self-Service Procurement Classic Business Processes Processing Purchase Orders in SAP ERP . 4. 6.1.1. select the Configuration tab. 3.6 Analyzing Self-Service Procurement The process Analyzing Self-Service Procurement consists of the following process steps: 10/26/2009 PUBLIC 19/32 .5 Verifying Logistics Invoices Online The process Verifying Logistics Invoices Online consists of the following process steps: 1. 3.3 3. 2. Select the Documentation tab.1. 6. Park invoice Create or process invoices in background Release invoice Cancel invoice Transmit invoice View list display of invoices Perform Revaluation You can find a process description in SAP Solution Manager under <project name> Scenarios Plan-Driven Procurement with Plant Maintenance Business Processes Verifying Logistics Invoices Online . 3. Select the Documentation tab. 4. 3.

View reports 3. For a list of the data source and ODS objects that you must install. 3. Features The following is a list of queries that are relevant for this scenario: Query Description Shopping Carts Still to be Approved Shopping Carts per Approver Shopping Carts per Catalog Shopping Carts per Contract Shopping Carts per Cost Center Shopping Carts per Order Shopping Carts per Product / Product Category Shopping Carts per Purchasing Organization / Purch. n You have installed and activated all the relevant business content for this scenario.6. see SAP Solution Manager under Basic Settings for SAP SRM Basic Settings for Analytics .1. Group Shopping Carts per Requester Shopping Carts per Shopping Cart Number Shopping Carts per Shopping Cart Number with Items Status of Shopping Carts Approval Times Query Name 0BBP_SCA_Q003 0BBP_SCA_Q0012 0BBP_SC_Q006 0BBP_SC_Q011 0BBP_SC_Q009 0BBP_SC_Q010 0BBP_SC_Q004 0BBP_SC_Q005 0BBP_SC_Q003 0BBP_SC_Q001 0BBP_SC_Q002 0BBP_SC_Q007 0BBP_SCA_Q001 20/32 PUBLIC 10/26/2009 . System collects data 2. Select the Documentation tab.1 Self-Service Procurement Self-Service Procurement Classic 1.1 Reports in Self-Service Procurement This document lists all the relevant queries for reports in Self-Service Procurement.3 3. Work with reports You can find a process description in SAP Solution Manager under <project name> Scenarios Self-Service Procurement Classic Business Processes Analyzing Self-Service Procurement . Prerequisites n You have completed all the configuration steps for SAP NetWeaver BW in SAP Solution Manager under Basic Settings for SAP SRM Basic Settings for Analytics .

shopping carts Excessive Invoices Goods and Services Confirmations per Document Number Invoice Document Overview Invoice Status Invoices per Contract Invoices per Invoice Number with Items Invoices per Product / Product Category Invoices per Supplier Key Performance Indicators Maverick Buying Analysis Number of Suppliers per Country Number of categories where PO value w/o contract >X Number of suppliers by category Open Approvals: Confirmations Open Items (Confirmations) Query Name 0SR_PO_C1_Q0006 0SR_MC02_Q2001 0SR_C02_Q0002 0SR_PO_C1_Q0005 0SR_MC02_Q0006 0SR_MC01_Q0715 0SR_MC02_Q3002 0SRCF_D2_Q0001 0SR_MC02_Q3001 0SRIV_D3_Q0003 0SRIV_D3_Q0005 0SRIV_D3_Q0004 0SRIV_D3_Q0002 0SRIV_D3_Q0001 0SR_MC01_Q0004 0SR_MC02_Q0002 0SR_MC01_Q0006 0SR_MC01_Q0711 0SR_MC01_Q0709 0SRCF_D2_Q0003 0SR_MC02_Q2002 10/26/2009 PUBLIC 21/32 .Overview of Approvals Number of Shopping Cart Items Shopping cart values by purchasing groups Shopping cart values for top spending value purchasing group 0BBP_SCA_Q002 0BBP_SCA_Q004 0BBP_SC_Q014 0BBP_SC_Q008 0SR_MC01_Q0708 0SR_MC01_Q0710 The following are queries for purchase order and confirmation reports.1 Self-Service Procurement Self-Service Procurement Classic Overview of Approved Shopping Carts Overview of Shopping Carts per Approver SRM Manager .POs.Current Values for Req. Delivery Date Delivery Delays Document count .3 3. based on shopping cart requisitions: Query Description Accepted Purchase Order Quantities per PO and Item Confirmation Document Overview Cost Center Overview Deadline Monitoring .

2 Self-Service Procurement Self-Service Procurement Extended Classic Open Items (Invoices) Open Items Confirmations Overview of Purchase Order Value per Requester Overview of Return Deliveries 0SR_PO_C1_Q0003 0SR_PO_C1_Q0002 0SR_C02_Q0001 0SRCF_D2_Q0004 Pareto Analysis According to PO Volume per Category 0SR_MC02_Q0005 Pareto Analysis According to Purchase Order Volume 0SR_MC02_Q0004 (Chart) Purchase Order Document Analysis Purchase Order Values per Procurement Card Purchase Orders per Order Number with Items Purchase Orders per Product /Product Category Purchase Values per Order Status of Goods and Services Confirmation Documents Variance Invoice Value . 3. 6.2 Self-Service Procurement Extended Classic You can find a scenario description in SAP Solution Manager under <project name> Scenarios Self-Service Procurement Extended Classic .com SAP Supplier Relationship Management Business Scenarios . 2. 3.1 Processing Shopping Carts The process Processing Shopping Carts consists of the following process steps: 1.2. 5. Create shopping cart Search for products or services Select items and add to shopping cart Display overview Display account assignment Order shopping cart Check shopping cart status Approve shopping cart 22/32 PUBLIC 10/26/2009 .0 scenario and process descriptions are also available on SAP Help Portal at http://help. The SAP SRM 7. Select the Documentation tab. 8. 7. 4.Order Value Workload per Purchasing Group Purchase Order Status 0SR_MC02_Q0001 0SR_C01_Q0001 0SRAC_D4_Q0002 0SRAC_D4_Q0004 0SR_C02_Q0003 0SRCF_D2_Q0002 0SR_PO_C1_Q0004 0SR_MC02_Q0003 0SRAC_D4_Q0001 3.sap.3 3.

2.2 Searching for Sources of Supply Centrally The process Searching for Sources of Supply Centrally consists of the following process steps: 1. 4.2. Select the Documentation tab. 6.1. 5.2. Supplier Lists and so on) Additional Parameters n n Run the following system transactions in SAP SRM: Change Attributes (PPOMA_BBP) Transfer Transfer 3. 3. 7.3 3. Supplier Lists and so on) Shopping Cart from Catalog n SRM Server Business Add-Ins External Web Services (Catalogs. Start sourcing application Search for appropriate source of supply Assign contract Assign supplier Create RFx from sourcing application Create auction from sourcing application Process workload distribution Create purchase order from sourcing application 10/26/2009 PUBLIC 23/32 . 8.1 Configuration Content for Processing Shopping Carts Create Shopping Cart Perform the following activities in Customizing for SAP SRM: n n n n n SRM Server Business Add-Ins Responsible Purchasing Group(s) SRM Server Business Add-Ins Company Code SRM Server Business Add-Ins BE System SRM Server Business Add-Ins Object SRM Server Business Add-Ins User-Interface Content Shopping Carts and Requirement Items Shopping Carts and Requirement Items Shopping Carts and Requirement Items Shopping Carts and Requirement Items Shopping Carts and Requirement Items Shopping Cart: Determine Determine Backend System / Determine Target Object in Shopping Cart Monitor: Modify Shopping Cart Monitor: Adjust Search for products or services Perform the following activities in Customizing for SAP SRM: SRM Server Cross-Application Basic Settings Roles Define Roles SRM Server Business Add-Ins External Web Services (Catalogs. 3.2 Self-Service Procurement Self-Service Procurement Extended Classic You can find a process description in SAP Solution Manager under <project name> Scenarios Self-Service Procurement Classic Business Processes Processing Shopping Carts .

3 Processing Purchase Orders in SAP SRM The process Processing Purchase Orders in SAP SRM contains the following process steps: n n n n n n n Select source of supply Create or update purchase order Process workload reassignment Approve purchase order Send purchase order to supplier Create purchase order response Compare purchase order response with purchase order You can find a process description in SAP Solution Manager under <project name> Scenarios Service Procurement External Staffing Business Processes Processing Purchase Orders in SAP SRM . Select the Documentation tab.3.3 3. 3.1 Configuration Content for Searching for Sources of Supply Centrally Perform the following activities in Customizing for SAP SRM: n n n n n n SRM Server SRM Server SRM Server SRM Server SRM Server SRM Server Business Add-Ins Changes to Purchasing Document Data Business Add-Ins RFx Control of RFx Publication Business Add-Ins RFx Subsequent Split of Grouping Cross-Application Basic Settings Configure Priorities Business Add-Ins Interface Configuration Appearance of Priorities Business Add-Ins Sourcing Redetermination of the Contract To Be Used (Quota Arrangement) Run the following system transaction in SAP SRM: ABAP Editor (se38) 3. web transactions.2.2 Self-Service Procurement Self-Service Procurement Extended Classic 9.2.2. 24/32 PUBLIC 10/26/2009 . 3.2.1 Basic Settings for Processing Purchase Orders in SAP SRM This section of the SAP Solution Manager structure contains the process documentation. Create contract from sourcing application You can find a process description in SAP Solution Manager under <project name> Scenarios Self-Service Procurement Extended Classic Business Processes Searching for Sources of Supply Centrally . and configuration information for the business process Processing Purchase Orders in SAP SRM.

3.2. under Configuration SAP SRM 7.3 3.2. ensure that you have already completed the basic settings for Service Procurement and Plan-Driven Procurement.2 Self-Service Procurement Self-Service Procurement Extended Classic Before you carry out the configuration steps contained in this section.0 Basic Settings for Service Procurement/Basic Settings for Plan-Driven Procurement .4 Analyzing Self-Service Procurement The process Analyzing Self-Service Procurement consists of the following process steps: 1.3. You can find these steps in SAP Solution Manager. System collects data 2. View reports 3.2 More Information About Processing Purchase Orders in SAP SRM Select source of supply Perform the following activities in Customizing for SAP Supplier Relationship Management: n n n SRM Server SRM Server SRM Server Sourcing Define Sourcing for Product Categories Business Add-Ins Sourcing Find and Check Sources of Supply Business Add-Ins Sourcing Define Execution of Sourcing Create or update purchase order Perform the following activities in Customizing for SAP Supplier Relationship Management: n n SRM Server SRM Server Backend System Cross-Application Basic Settings Set Tolerance Checks Business Add-Ins Follow-On Document Generation in the Backend System Purchase Order in Run transaction Schedule Background Job (SM36). Work with reports 10/26/2009 PUBLIC 25/32 . Process workload reassignment Perform the following activity in Customizing for SAP Supplier Relationship Management: n SRM Server Business Add-Ins Changes to Purchasing Group and Purchasing Organization Assignments Send purchase order to supplier Perform the following activities in Customizing for SAP Supplier Relationship Management: SRM Server Cross-Application Basic Settings Set Output Actions and Output Format Define Actions for Document Output n SRM Server Technical Basic Settings Assign RFC Destinations Dependent on Scenario n 3.

2.2 Self-Service Procurement Self-Service Procurement Extended Classic You can find a process description in SAP Solution Manager under <project name> Scenarios Self-Service Procurement Classic Business Processes Analyzing Self-Service Procurement .1 Reports in Self-Service Procurement This document lists all the relevant queries for reports in Self-Service Procurement.3 3. 3. Prerequisites n You have completed all the configuration steps for SAP NetWeaver BW in SAP Solution Manager under Basic Settings for SAP SRM Basic Settings for Analytics . Select the Documentation tab.Overview of Approvals Query Name 0BBP_SCA_Q003 0BBP_SCA_Q0012 0BBP_SC_Q006 0BBP_SC_Q011 0BBP_SC_Q009 0BBP_SC_Q010 0BBP_SC_Q004 0BBP_SC_Q005 0BBP_SC_Q003 0BBP_SC_Q001 0BBP_SC_Q002 0BBP_SC_Q007 0BBP_SCA_Q001 0BBP_SCA_Q002 0BBP_SCA_Q004 0BBP_SC_Q014 26/32 PUBLIC 10/26/2009 . Group Shopping Carts per Requester Shopping Carts per Shopping Cart Number Shopping Carts per Shopping Cart Number with Items Status of Shopping Carts Approval Times Overview of Approved Shopping Carts Overview of Shopping Carts per Approver SRM Manager . For a list of the data source and ODS objects that you must install. see SAP Solution Manager under Basic Settings for SAP SRM Basic Settings for Analytics . Features The following is a list of queries that are relevant for this scenario: Query Description Shopping Carts Still to be Approved Shopping Carts per Approver Shopping Carts per Catalog Shopping Carts per Contract Shopping Carts per Cost Center Shopping Carts per Order Shopping Carts per Product / Product Category Shopping Carts per Purchasing Organization / Purch. n You have installed and activated all the relevant business content for this scenario.4.

2 Self-Service Procurement Self-Service Procurement Extended Classic Number of Shopping Cart Items Shopping cart values by purchasing groups Shopping cart values for top spending value purchasing group 0BBP_SC_Q008 0SR_MC01_Q0708 0SR_MC01_Q0710 The following are queries for purchase order and confirmation reports.3 3. Delivery Date Delivery Delays Document count .POs. shopping carts Excessive Invoices Goods and Services Confirmations per Document Number Invoice Document Overview Invoice Status Invoices per Contract Invoices per Invoice Number with Items Invoices per Product / Product Category Invoices per Supplier Key Performance Indicators Maverick Buying Analysis Number of Suppliers per Country Number of categories where PO value w/o contract >X Number of suppliers by category Open Approvals: Confirmations Open Items (Confirmations) Open Items (Invoices) Open Items Confirmations Overview of Purchase Order Value per Requester Query Name 0SR_PO_C1_Q0006 0SR_MC02_Q2001 0SR_C02_Q0002 0SR_PO_C1_Q0005 0SR_MC02_Q0006 0SR_MC01_Q0715 0SR_MC02_Q3002 0SRCF_D2_Q0001 0SR_MC02_Q3001 0SRIV_D3_Q0003 0SRIV_D3_Q0005 0SRIV_D3_Q0004 0SRIV_D3_Q0002 0SRIV_D3_Q0001 0SR_MC01_Q0004 0SR_MC02_Q0002 0SR_MC01_Q0006 0SR_MC01_Q0711 0SR_MC01_Q0709 0SRCF_D2_Q0003 0SR_MC02_Q2002 0SR_PO_C1_Q0003 0SR_PO_C1_Q0002 0SR_C02_Q0001 10/26/2009 PUBLIC 27/32 .Current Values for Req. based on shopping cart requisitions: Query Description Accepted Purchase Order Quantities per PO and Item Confirmation Document Overview Cost Center Overview Deadline Monitoring .

Order Value Workload per Purchasing Group Purchase Order Status 0SR_MC02_Q0001 0SR_C01_Q0001 0SRAC_D4_Q0002 0SRAC_D4_Q0004 0SR_C02_Q0003 0SRCF_D2_Q0002 0SR_PO_C1_Q0004 0SR_MC02_Q0003 0SRAC_D4_Q0001 28/32 PUBLIC 10/26/2009 .2 Self-Service Procurement Self-Service Procurement Extended Classic Overview of Return Deliveries 0SRCF_D2_Q0004 Pareto Analysis According to PO Volume per Category 0SR_MC02_Q0005 Pareto Analysis According to Purchase Order Volume 0SR_MC02_Q0004 (Chart) Purchase Order Document Analysis Purchase Order Values per Procurement Card Purchase Orders per Order Number with Items Purchase Orders per Product /Product Category Purchase Values per Order Status of Goods and Services Confirmation Documents Variance Invoice Value .3 3.

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