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  • Organisational units will be explained on the following pages. Client and company code: The client structure is a system structure for segregating the different SAP installations around the world. The company code structure is a financial structure which the PP and MM structures are assigned to. The main structures for PP-PI are: Plant Storage location Purchasing organization
  • Plants are the central organizational unit for PP, as this is the level where stock is valuated and reported upon. Links: Plants link to the following objects: Company code (one company code to many plants) Purchasing organizations (many purchasing org to many plants) Storage locations (many storage locations to one plant) Because of the many links, the plant structure will be found in almost all modules.
  • Master data is data in the R/3 System which remains unchanged over an extended period of time. It contains information that is used in the same manner for similar objects. The material is the central master record in Logistics. In general, SAP defines a material as a substance or commodity that is bought or sold on a commercial basis, or is used, consumed or created in production. A batch is a subset of a material with unique specifications. The batches of one material are managed separately in stock. With regard to the production process, a batch is a quantity of a material produced in a given production run. This quantity, therefore, represents a non-reproducible unit with unique specifications. The PI-specific master data of the resource describes all means of production and persons involved in the production process. The PI-specific master data of the master recipe describes the manufacture of one or more materials in one production run without relating to a particular order .
  • A material master record contains data of a descriptive nature (such as size, dimension, weight) and data with a control function (such as master type). In addition to this data, which can be maintained by the user, the material master record also contains data that is automatically updated by the system (such as stock levels). An alphanumeric material number identifies a material master record in the system. The material number is unique at client level. Depending on its function or usage, master record data is assigned to different organizational levels (such as plant, storage location, sales organization). A material master record comprises different views. A view groups all data on a material created by a particular department (such as Purchasing, MRP, work scheduling). Depending on their usage and requirements, material master records are grouped into material types.
  • The data contained in a BOM is managed at different levels: Header data is data which is relevant for the whole BOM Item data is data with is relevant for a specific item within the BOM. BOM sub-item allows partial quantities, installation points, and text to be defined for a BOM item. Sub-items have no control functions and are for informational data only.
  • The figure shows the structure of a bill of material (BOM) for a material. The product is assigned to the BOM header. A base quantity is defined in the BOM header and the quantities of the material components entered in the BOM items refer to this base quantity. Multiple BOMs can be maintained for the same product. This defines the different sets of input materials or input material quantities that can be used to produce the same end product. The different versions of BOMs are stored as alternative BOMs.
  • Lists generated via BOM reporting can be printed out directly. For more information, look under the menu path Help®Getting Started with R/3. In Customizing under Production®Basic Data®Bom®User-Specific settings you can determine whether the print dialogue box for print parameters should be displayed. This is done by making an entry in the box marked PrDia . The list may be printed in batch. This allows the user to control various printing characteristics.
  • BOM explosion answers the question: What makes up a product? You need to know what a product is made up of in different situations: Calculating material requirements Taking into account the whole structure of a product Defining an overview of required materials and parts Calculating costs or cost changes The application PP01 is used to define the following criteria for the search procedure: Priority for each of the BOMs usages Priority of a certain alternative in a multiple BOM By setting a PID under user profile, it is possible to store a default value in the field application. This value is defined as the SET/GET parameter.
  • The where-used list shows all the places a material is used and in what quantity it is used. This is especially useful for multiple usage parts and material. The information provided by this reporting function is needed to: Calculate material requirements Determine which products are affected when a component part changes. Determine the repercussions of a late delivery of a raw material (which products will be produced late). Calculate the effects of a change in raw material price on a finished product.
  • Resources are central planning instruments of production planning and control. For example, the data you maintain for a resource is used for: Scheduling process orders Capacity requirements planning Product and order costing Resources are grouped in resource categories on the basis of their usage and function. You can define your own resource categories in Customizing.
  • The reports shown above can be run from the resource main menu using the ‘Evaluations’ pull down menu. These reports contain useful information about resources, where they are used, and the objects to which the resources are allocated.
  • The recipe header contains data valid for the entire recipe. You can allocate a resource network and the material to be produced to the recipe header. Operations describe the different steps necessary for the production of a material. For a more detailed description of the steps in the production process, operations can be subdivided into phases. The time-based sequence of phases is determined by relationships. Relationships link the start and finish points of phases. An operation has only one primary resource allocated to it: this is where the operation is to be carried out. The same allocation of the primary resource is allocated to all phases subordinate to the operation. If required, you can allocate additional secondary resources to operations and phases. If at certain points materials enter the production process, exist temporarily, or are discharged, you allocate these as material list components to the corresponding operations and phases. Process instructions are structures used to transfer data from R/3 process planning to process control. Process instructions are assigned to the phases of the master recipe. Process instruction characteristics are assigned to process instructions. Together with the corresponding characteristic values, they define the content of the process instructions. Inspection characteristics specify the in-process quality inspections to be performed. They can be assigned to operations and phases.
  • The master recipe contains control information in the form of process instructions and process instruction characteristics. The process instructions and process instruction characteristics are copied to the process order and passed on to a process control system or line operator via process management. Additionally, information on cost accounting and MRP is defined in the master recipe.
  • Operations describe the different steps required during the production process. For a more detailed description of these steps, operations can be subdivided into phases. You must enter a control key for each operation and phase. The control key determines how an operation or phase is to be processed in functions such as process orders, costing and capacity requirements planning. Control keys are defined in Customizing. You can set a number of indicators specifying, for instance: Whether scheduling is to be carried out for the phase Whether capacity load records are to be written for the phase Whether the phase is costed Whether a goods receipt is to be posted automatically for the process order when a confirmation is received Whether time tickets are to be printed for the operation or phase Whether inspection characteristics have to be maintained for the phase. Note: Scheduling, determination of capacity requirements, and costing take place at phase level. The dates and capacity requirements for operations are derived from the corresponding phases.
  • The production version defines a unique combination of a BOM and a master recipe for the production of a material for a key date. It links together a material to be produced, a set of operations and instructions and a BOM alternative to be used The production version contains detailed information on: Alternative BOM, BOM usage Task list type, recipe group and recipe Lot-size range and validity Cost apportionment for co-products If several production versions are valid on one key date, you can select the appropriate one when creating a process order. One material can have a few production version. Production version maintained in master recipe or material master.

PP 01 (Maintain PP Master Data) V1.0 PP 01 (Maintain PP Master Data) V1.0 Presentation Transcript

  • PP-01 Maintain PP Master Data Train the Trainer – Production Planning 15 December 2008
  • Course Agenda
    • Course objectives
    • Course outlines
    • SAP functionalities & System walkthrough
    • Exercises
    • Wrap up
  • 1. Course Objectives
    • By the end of this training course, the audiences should be able to:
      • Understand and able to describe the meaning and function of master data
        • Bill of Material
        • Resource
        • Master Recipe
        • Production Version
        • Engineering Change Management
  • 2. Course Outlines Topics Timing 1. Maintain Bill of Material 1.30 Hours 2. Maintain Resource 1.30 Hours 3. Maintain Master Recipe 1.30 Hours 4. Maintain Production Version 1.30 Hours 5. Engineering Change Management 1 Hour
  • 3. SAP Functionalities
    • Transactions to be covered:
    • BOM
      • CS01 - Create BOM
      • CS02 - Change BOM
      • CS03 - Display BOM
      • CS11 - BOM Level by Level
      • CS12 - Multilevel BOM
      • CS13 - Summarized BOM
      • CS14 - BOM Comparison
      • CS15 - Where - Used List BOM
      • CS80 - Change Documents BOM
  • 4. SAP Functionalities
    • Transactions to be covered:
    • Resource
      • CRC1 - Create Resource
      • CRC2 - Change Resource
      • CRC3 - Display Resource
      • CR05 - Resource List
      • CR06 - Cost Center Assignment
      • CA81 - Where - Used List Resource
      • CR10 - Change Documents Resource
  • 4. SAP Functionalities
    • Transactions to be covered:
    • Master Recipe
      • C201 - Create Master Recipe
      • C202 - Change Master Recipe
      • C203 - Display Master Recipe
      • C298 - Delete Recipe - Without Archiving
      • C251 - Recipe List
      • C260 - Recipe Changes
      • C261 - Change Documents Recipe
  • 4. SAP Functionalities
    • Transactions to be covered:
    • Production Version
      • C223 - Create Production Version
      • C223 - Change Production Version
      • C223 - Display Production Version
      • C252 - Production Version List
  • 4. SAP Functionalities
    • Transactions to be covered:
    • Engineering Change Management
      • CC01 - Create Change Number
      • CC02 - Change Change Number
      • CC03 - Display Change Number
      • CC07 - Information System
      • CC05 - Change Overview
  • Organizational Structures
  • Organizational Structures Valuation Area Company Codes Controlling Area Company
    • Plants
    • Demand Management • Production Control
    • MRP • Inventory Management
    • Process Order
    Storage Locations / Batches / Special Stock Sales Organization Purchasing Organization
  • Plants in SAP R/3
    • A Plant is an object in SAP used to logically divide a company according to it’s production, planning, maintenance and materials planning requirements
    • The plant makes materials available for stocking and issuing and can be used for procurement of materials and services
    • Each manufacturing site will require at least one plant in SAP
    • Every plant has the following essential characteristics:
      • Address
      • Language in which it operates
      • Country assignment
      • Workday calendar
    • Integration
      • Plants links to company codes, purchasing organization, storage locations, shipping and loading points
      • Plants are relevant to all modules (PP, MM, PM, QM, SD and FI/CO).
    Plant codes are four (4) digits in length
  • Production Plant SAP Plant Code Plant Description 1002 I-1 OLEFINS PLANT 1003 I-1 OLEFLEX PLANT 1022 I-1 HDPE PLANT 1023 I-4/1 OLEFINS PLANT 1004 I-4/2 OLEFINS PLANT 1102 TOCGC PLANT 1202 TEA PLANT 1402 TEX PLANT 1502 TOL PLANT 1602 TFA PLANT 1702 BPE PLANT 1703 BPEX PLANT
  • PP Master Data
  • Master Data : Overview Master Recipe Resource Material BOM Batch Batch Batch . . .
  • Material Substance or commodity that is bought or sold on a commercial basis, or is used, consumed, or created in production; a material can also be a service Material
  • Material Master Overview
    • Each material is maintained in a Material Master record
    • The Material Master is organized by views or specific screens where similar data is entered
      • For example, with sourcing, the MRP, Purchasing and Accounting views are the most important
    • Each plant can have its own plant-specific data for the same material
      • For example, MRP - reorder point, Purchasing - purchasing group, Accounting - moving average price
  • Material Master Data
    • Master Data for materials is stored in the Material Master
    • T he Material Master is comprised of data records that contain all the basic information required to manage a material
    • Material Masters may be deleted yet can remain on the SAP system for historical purposes
    SAP Material Master Material Master Data
    • Material Information:
    • Material Number
    • Material Description
    • BOM
    • Material Dimensions
    • Material Status
  • Material Master and Other SAP Modules Material Master Production Planning (GR/GI) Supply Chain (GR/GI) Reqn & PO FI/CO (Costs) Sales & Distribution (GR, GI) Plant Maintenance (GR, GI) Safety & Sustainability (GR, GI) Project Systems (GR, GI) IM & WM (GR, GI Transfers)
  • Views in the Material Master Material Master MRP 1,2 Stocks in plant/warehouse Accounting 1,2 Plant / Storage Loc. Stock Basic Data Plant Stock Forecast Plant Data / Storage Sales and Distribution Purchasing
  • Bill of Material (BOM)
  • Bill of Material : Definition
    • A BOM is a complete, formal structured list of the components that make up a material or an assembly
    • It contains:
      • Description
      • Reference number
      • Quantity
      • Unit of measure of each component
    • A BOM is a central source of data for various production planning activities
      • MRP calculates component quantity requirement for specific dates
      • Process Order management use BOM to plan material provisions
  • BOM Usage BOM Construction/ Technical Data Costing/Price Production/ Operations Plant Maintenance/ Location Data Sales/ Order Quantity Sales Order
  • BOM Structure Item Header Item
    • Status
    • Lot size
    • BOM usage
    • Base Quantity
    • Material number
    • Quantity
      • + = Input material
      • - = Output Material
    General Long Text
  • Example : 7000F PRIME V.001 8500-0000014 Ethylene 1,088 Kg. 8500-0000011 Butene-1 8.992 Kg. 8500-0000016 Hydrogen 8.992 Kg. 7505-1000005 PZ-CAT 0.106 Kg. 7505-1000002 AK-STABILIZER 0.512 Kg. … 7000F PRIME V.001 Base qty: 1,000 kg. Product Mat. Components BOM Header BOM Items
  • Multi Level BOM Ethylene Hydrogen PZ Cat. HD 7000F Prime 25 Kg. 7000F Semi V.001 Bag 25 Kg Pallet Level 1 Level 2
  • Reporting Which BOM contains … ? ? ? ? ?  BOM explosion  Where-used list  Print
  • BOM Explosion
    • The BOM explosion answers the question: What does a product consist of? This question arises in various situations, such as when:
      • You need to determine requirements for a product
      • The engineering department needs to look at the overall structure of a product
      • You need an overview of all the necessary parts and materials
      • You need to calculate costs or effects of cost changes
    Res - a Res - b A9 A10 Mother a Intel 500 BA - C Mother b XYZ Solder-1 1 1 1 2 2 .005 1 1 2 2 3 3 .005 1 ABC
  • Where-Used List
      • The where-used list provides an answer to the question:
      • Where is a material used and in what quantity?
      • This question arises especially where there are a lot of multiple-use parts and materials.
      • Examples of why the information is required are:
      • - To calculate the requirements for a particular material.
      • - To find the products that are affected by changes to the individual parts.
      • - To find the assemblies produced late due to delayed delivery of a raw material for example.
      • - To calculate the cost effects on a product if raw materials costs change.
    Res - a Res - b A9 A10 Mother a Intel 500 BA - C Mother b XYZ Solder-1 1 1 1 2 2 .005 1 1 2 2 3 3 .005 1 ABC
  • Bill of material : Summary
    • Bill of M aterial contain s important basic data used in many different organization areas .
    • It contains:
      • Description
      • Reference number
      • Quantity
      • Unit of measure of each component
    • BOM data is important for:
      • MRP
      • Material staging during production
      • Product costing
  • BOM Maintenance (CS01, CS02, CS03)
    • Access:
    • Logistics  Production  Master Data  Bills of Material  Bill of Material  Material BOM  Create / Change / Display
    Material Code Plant BOM Usage
  • BOM - Item Component Item Categories Unit
    • Quantity
    • + = Input material
      • - = Output Material
      • (By-product & Co-product)
  • BOM – Item detail Co-Product indicator (For Co-product only)
    • Sort String
      • (For Customized report only)
  • BOM - Header Base Quantity BOM Status Base Unit ( Same unit as UOM in Material Master)
  • Material Master – Main Product Co – Product Indicator Cost Allocation
  • Material Master – Joint Production Cost Proportion to be allocated Main Product & Co-Product Assignment Assignment Structure
  • BOM Level by Level (CS11) Multi Level BOM (CS12) Summarized BOM (CS13) Plant Material Alternative BOM BOM Application
  • CS11 CS12 CS13
    • BOM Explosion
    • BOM explosion report – To show Component or Structure of product (Top Down) Consists of
    • Structural (BOM level by level (CS11)
    • Multi-level BOM (CS12))
    • Quantity-based (summarized BOM)(CS13)
  • BOM Comparison (CS14) Plant Material Usage Alternative
    • BOM Comparison
    • BOM Comparison Report – To compare 2 Product in Case of
    • 1. Comparing Alternative BOM
    • 2. Comparing BOM of different Product
    • The BOM comparison is useful if:
      • - Several BOMs exist for a material,
      • - With different uses,
      • - And/or with different change statuses.
    • The comparison can be single-level or multi-level.
    • You can select which fields you want to compare.
    BOM Comparison (CS14)
  • Where-Used List BOM (CS15) Component Direct Material BOM
  • Where-Used List BOM (CS15) Plant
  • Where used list - Material Where Used List report – To show the components that use in which product and how much quantity (bottom-up) Single-level Multi-level The system only determines the BOMs where the material is used in directly as a component. The BOMs are all shown with explosion level 1.
      • The system will display where the BOM is used at any level. A BOM that contains the material directly is shown with explosion level 1. If the material is used in sub-assemblies, the list explodes the entire BOM hierarchy, with a number showing the successive explosion levels.
  • Change Document BOM (CS80) Material Plant BOM Usage
  • Change Document BOM (CS80) DATE Default date = Today’s date - 90 days
  • Change Document BOM (CS80)
  • 4. Exercises
    • Refer to this information for your exercises:
    System ID CEQ/620 User ID Your own SAP user ID Exercises PP-01 Data Preparation
  • BOM Practices
  • Resource
  • Resource : Definition
    • Resource are essential master data for Production Planning
    • A Resource is an organizational unit that has a specific capacity that defines when an operation must be performed
    • The activities performed at the Resource are valuated by charge rates which are determined by cost centers
    • Resource indicate where and by whom work is carried out at each stage of production
    • Resource have a finite capacity to perform a task
  • Resources Means of production and persons in the production process which have capacities assigned to them. Resources are subdivided into resource categories. Resource Processing Unit Labor Waste disposal facility Energy Transport
  • Resource Code Structure (8 Char.) Running Number Utility type/ Labor type /Production Unit X - XX 1 = Main Resource, 2 = Secondary Resource, 3 Secondary Resource (Sim. Cost) XXXX Description TEX reactor 01R001 TEX Electricity HDPE Batch Process HDPE Bagging Process Resource Code 1REAC-01 2ELEC-01 1PROC-01 1BAG-01
  • Primary Function of Resource Resource Scheduling Data and Available Capacity Costing Data Default Values for Task Lists Task Lists 2724,00 1200,00 124,00 4048,00 Costing Lead Time Scheduling, Capacity Planning
  • Resource Usage All Task List Types All Task List Types Master Recipe and Process Order Master Recipe & PO Only Maintenance Task Lists Maintenance Task List Only Networks Network Only Master Recipes Master Recipe
  • Relationship between Resources and Operation Operation 10 Activity Types Default Values Control Key Standard Value Key
  • Cost Center / Activity Type / Resource Production SET $20 per LAB $40 hour MAH $40 kWh $20 Set-up Labour Man Hours Kilowatt Hours Costs for In-House Production Set-up PP-SET Machine PP-MAH Labour Milling Unit 5 Lathe P7 Saw 2 10 20 30 40 Cost Center Activity Types for the Cost Center Resource with Activity Types Recipe with Standard Values
  • Evaluations (Reports) Resource List Cost Center Allocation Change Document Resource Where-Used List Resource Capacity
  • Resource : Summary
    • Resources are means of production and persons in the production process which have capacities assigned to them.
    • A resource can have several capacities allocated to it.
    • To calculate costs, execution time and capacity requirement, formulas can be defined for resources
  • Resource Maintenance (CRC1, CRC2, CRC3)
    • Access:
    • Logistics  Production-Process  Master Data  Resources  Resource  Create / Change /Display
    Plant Resource Resource Category
  • Resource Creation Basic data Description Person Responsible Usage Standard Value Key
  • Resource Creation Default values Control Key Standard Value Unit Standard Text Key
  • Resource Creation Capacities Capacity Category Other Formula * * Note : Only main resource required
  • Resource Creation Header Description Capacity Planner Group Base Unit Capacity Utilization No. of Individual Capacities Factory Calendar = T2 Start /Finish /Break time
  • Resource Creation Scheduling Capacity Category Other Formula * * Note : Only main resource required
  • Resource Creation Cost center assignment Cost Center Activity Type Formula Key
  • Resource List (CR05) Plant
  • Resource List (CR05)
  • Cost Center Assignment (CR06) Plant
  • Cost Center Assignment (CR06)
  • Where-Used List Resource (CA81) Resource Plant Overview Var.
  • Where-Used List Resource (CA81)
  • Change Document Resource (CR10) Plant Resource
  • Change Document Resource (CR10)
  • Resource Practices
  • Master Recipe
  • Master Recipe
    • Master Recipe are an integral part of Production Planning
    • Enable the manufacture of products
    • Used as the path or work steps to complete Process Orders
    • Contain information about the following that relates to the manufacture of a product:
      • Operations involved
      • Sequence in which the operations should be performed
      • Resource with the manufacturing activities
      • Material components
    • Master Recipe is a description of the production process used to manufacture plant materials or provide services in the production industry
  • Structure of a Master Recipe Operations Process instructions PI characteristics Inspection characteristics Resource network Recipe header Relationships Phases Primary resource Secondary resource Material Components Material (product)
  • Functions of a Master Recipe Operations Process instructions PI characteristics Recipe header Phases Resource Master Recipe Process Order MRP Cost accounting
  • Phases
    • Phases are structured hierarchically under an operation. They are used to obtain a more detailed planning view for one operation and for the generation of control recipes. Both operations and phases are used for capacity planning and costing.
    • During process planning, scheduling is always carried out on the operation and phase level.
    Phase 10/10 Metering Operation 10 Operation 20 Phase 10/30 Moulding Phase 10/20 Mixing Mat ----- ------ ------- ----- - ----- -- ------- ------- --------- Material
  • Master Recipe : Summary
    • Master recipes contain the operations necessary to carry out production.
    • Operations can be broken down into phases. Phases describe the activities during an operation on a more detailed level
    • Resources can be allocated to operations or phase. The resource allocated to the operation is the primary resource and is automatically the primary resource for each of the phases within that operation. Besides the primary resource, further required resources can be allocated to an operation or phase.
    • Each material list component can be allocated to one operation or phase. When a process order is released, any non-allocated components are automatically allocated to the first operation.
  • Recipe Maintenance (C201, C202, C203)
    • Access:
    • Logistics  Production-process  Master data  Master recipes  Recipe and Material List  Create / Change / Display
    Recipe Group Recipe
  • Recipe Creation Header Description Status Usage Default Base Qty at Operation level
  • Recipe Creation Operations & Phase Main Resource Destination = G1 Superior Operation Phase Indicator Double Click (20)
  • Recipe Creation Phase details Base Quantity Standard Value Secondary Resources Standard Value Unit Activity Type
  • Recipe Creation Secondary Resources Item no. Secondary Resource
  • Recipe Creation Secondary Resources Base Quantity Standard Value Standard Value Unit Activity Type
  • Recipe Creation Material Assignment Material Plant Recipe Counter
  • Delete Recipe – Without Archiving (C298) Material Plant
  • Delete Recipe – Without Archiving (C298) Select Master Recipe to DELETED
  • Recipe List (C251) Plant Material Task List Type
  • Recipe List (C251)
  • Recipe Change (C260) Plant Task List Type = 2 Recipe Group Material
  • Recipe Change (C260)
  • Change Document Recipe (C261) Recipe Group Period
  • Change Document Recipe (C261)
  • Master Recipe Practices
  • Production Version
  • Production Version
    • A production version determines which alternative BOM is used together with which task list/master recipe to produce a material or create a master production schedule.
    • For one material, you can have several production versions for various validity periods and lot-size ranges.
  • Production Version Production version BOM Master Recipe
  • Production Version (C223)
    • Access:
    • Logistics  Production-process  Master data  Production Version
    Plant Material Create
  • Production Version (C223) Material Description Production Version CHECK Task List Type Recipe Group Recipe Group Counter Alternative BOM BOM Usage
  • Production Version List (C252) Material Plant
  • Production Version Practices
  • Engineering Change Management
    • Changes to objects (i.e., BOM, Master Recipe etc.) can be carried out with or without history in the SAP system. This history can be captured using engineering change management.
      • Change without history
        • During the time a product is being developed and may be subject to many changes, these are not documented. This continues until you decide the product has reached a “Live” state.
      • Change with history
        • These are changes that may require follow-on activities in the company and that have to be documented (for example, Material Master change  BOM change). The status of the objects before and after the change is stored. Engineering change management makes continuous documentation of changes possible.
    • Engineering change management provides the following functionality:
      • It allows the user to document the reason for a change.
      • It provides the ability to plan changes for objects in the future.
  • Engineering Change Management With History Tracking Without History Tracking 2008
  • Documentation of a Change When does the change occur? What is the status before the change? After the change What was the reason for the change A B C B D A 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30
  • Change Number (CC01, CC02,CC03) Change No. Plant No._DDMMYY Change Master Profile = Plant No.
    • Access:
    • Logistics  Production-process  Master data  Engineering Change Management  Change Number  Create / Change / Display
  • Change Master Header Change Description Change Reason Valid from date Change Status 1 = Active 2 = Inactive Change Reason
  • Example – Change BOM (with Change No.) Change No. Date will be automatically change to “ VALID DATE in Change No.”
  • Example – Change BOM (with Change No.) Detail description of this Change
  • Example – Change BOM (with Change No.) After Change at any item, system will display CHANGE NO . at that item After Change at any item, system will display CHANGE NO . at that item Change Effective Date
  • BOM Display Old Value (Valid to date change New value (Valid from date change
  • Information System (CC07)
    • Selection Criteria
    • Change No.
    • Valid from / to
    • Created by
    • Access:
    • Logistics  Production-process  Master data  Engineering Change Management  Reporting  Information System
    • Selection Criteria
    • Change No.
    • Valid from / to
    • Created by
  • Information System Detail in each Change No.
  • Change Overview (CC05)
    • Access:
    • Logistics  Production-process  Master data  Engineering Change Management  Reporting  Change Overview
    • Selection Criteria
    • Change No.
    • Valid from date
    • Created by
    • Authorization Group = Plant code
  • Change Overview Result
  • Engineering Change Management
  • 5. Wrap up
    • Review objectives of the course:
      • Understand and able to describe the meaning and function of master data (BOM, Master Recipe, Resource, Production Version) including how to maintain the data
      • Understand the process of Engineering Change Management
    • Questions and Answers