Object Variables used in Multi level configurations

Variant Configuration

Source: SAP

1

Allowed Dependency Types
• Preconditions are allowed for characteristics and characteristic values. • Selection conditions are allowed for characteristics, BOM items, operations, and production resources/tools. • Procedures & Actions are allowed for characteristics, characteristic values, BOM items, operations, and configuration profiles. • Constraints can only be linked to a configuration profile via dependency nets.

Variant Configuration

Source: SAP

2

Processing Sequence for Dependencies

• Each time you enter a value for a characteristic on the value assignment screen and confirm the value, the system processes all the dependencies. • The dependencies are processed in the following sequence: 1. All actions several times, until no more values can be inferred. 2. All procedures exactly once in the following sequence: a) Procedures for the configuration profile in the order you defined

Variant Configuration

b) Procedures for characteristics c) Procedures for characteristic values The procedures for each characteristic or value are processed in the order you defined. 3. Actions Values set by procedures can also trigger actions. For this reason, all actions are processed again. 4. Preconditions 5. Selection conditions for characteristics Constraints are processed in parallel with points 1–3, if all the objects in the OBJECTS section are present, and if all the conditions in the CONDITIONS section are fulfilled
Source: SAP

3

Transfer to Production Planning (Demo)

4

2. Checking Requirements Using MRP

(T Code :MD04)

Step1 to create sales order has already been discussed earlier. 2. Stock Requirements List: • The sales order is displayed as a separate planning segment (sales order stock required on material availability date and sales order).

Variant Configuration

Source: SAP

5

3. Requirements Planning

(T Code :MD50)

The sales order will now be converted into a planned order. Planned Orders represent the first step toward an actual production schedule for the Shop Floor.

Variant Configuration

Source: SAP

6

4. Convert the Planned Order into a Production Order
(MD04)

• Planned Orders are a result of MRP run and serve to provide an initial Production Schedule. • Production Orders contain comprehensive information to support a shop floor schedule and provide a method to confirm operations performed. • Production orders can be created with reference to a Planned Order.

Variant Configuration

Source: SAP

7

4. Convert the Planned Order into a Production Order
(MD04)

Object Dependency: BoM Selection Condition ensures only necessary material components are taken.

Variant Configuration

Source: SAP

8

4. Convert the Planned Order into a Production Order
(MD04)

Object Dependency: Routing Selection Condition ensures only necessary operations are taken.

Variant Configuration

Source: SAP

9

4. Convert the Planned Order into a Production Order
(MD04)

Prior to release of order, it is not possible for anyone to enter confirmations for the operations in the order. Release the Order and Save it. Display the operation scheduling overview, choose Goto ® Graphic ® Gantt chart.

Variant Configuration

Source: SAP

10

4. Convert the Planned Order into a Production Order
(MD04)

Display the planned costs, choose Goto → Costs → Analysis

Variant Configuration

Source: SAP

11

5. Confirming Production Order

(CO11N)

Production Control → Confirmation → Enter → For Operation → Time Ticket

Variant Configuration

Source: SAP

12

5. Confirming Production Order
• • • • •

(CO11N)

Back flushing (posting of an issue of components or material withdrawals) Storage of the finished product in the warehouse to sales order stock Goods Movements are posted (errors if any can be corrected in COGI) Actual costs are calculated Just in case, to close the order without yielding a product, perform Restrict Processing -> Technical Completion for Production Order in CO02.

Variant Configuration

Source: SAP

13

5. Confirming Production Order

(CO11N)

Sample Material Document and FI document entries are shown below

Variant Configuration

Source: SAP

14

6. Checking the Settlement of the Production Order
From the Production Control node, choose Period-End Closing → Settlement → Individual Processing (KO88) Perform order settlement to transfer the costs of the production order to sales order. Analyze the current cost situation for the Production Order

Variant Configuration

Source: SAP

15

7. Creating a Delivery
delivery)

(VL10G for delivery due list, VL01N for single

Assign a serial number to the material. Pick and post the goods issue. Movement type will be 601 E indicating delivery from sales order stock. Accounting document will be generated to capture the change in inventory.

Variant Configuration

Source: SAP

16

8. Creating Billing Document
single invoice)

(VF04/VF06 for due list, VF01 for

VF01: Create the invoice – sample accounting entries (without tax) are shown below F-28: Receive the payment from the customer

Variant Configuration

Source: SAP

17

Other Information
• CRM: It is possible to have configurable products among your Online Store offerings using the IPC (Internet Pricing and Configurator). It allows customers to interactively choose product options via an easy-to-use interface. Customers can mixand-match these options to build the exact product they wish to purchase. • ECC 5.0: Single transaction PMEVC – Modeling Environment for VC

Variant Configuration

Source: SAP

18

Thank You
19

Sign up to vote on this title
UsefulNot useful