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Variant Configuration Overview

  1. 1. VARIANT CONFIGURATION OVERVIEW Prepared b 7 Arun prasadJ C R *Please place your comments
  2. 2. Variant Configuration Introduction: ° Variant Configuration is useful if you have a large number of combination of parts that go into a product. It means different permutations and combinations of the parts for same material. - If you maintain a unique material code for each possible combination of parts, you require a large number of material numbers. ° Usually involves Make to Order Production Process Examples: - A customer ordering a computer can choose different combinations of monitor, CPU, keyboard. ° A customer ordering a car can choose different combinations of accessories and color. - In a business involving steel manufacturing. the customer may order steel involving different physical properties like tensile strength, diameter. Variant Configuration Source: SAP
  3. 3. Industries for Configurable Products .2. +“. ""‘f? "."‘ i_/ .. » ' I / 'r ‘ ’ 4-" ' -O-__1") . - *3. '. _'g ,1 _ t J _ Automotive Food Elevators ' 1. , ' N. ‘M . ': E7:"" - AL ‘I -X’ v -'“’<. : A°'°5P°°° Machinery High Tech E T *‘i. ’:; .(‘»i. '4l. .‘fig r . ?». ’«-'? ~'‘’’‘3'.3. * if: i ‘l : — {U I. ‘ 1:] ” A ‘T v A-A - (.1-aft ~ Steel chemicah Telecommunicauons Source: SAP
  4. 4. Cross Module Integration Variant Configuration Variant configuration is integrated with the following applications: CA Classification LO Material Master PP Bill of Material PP Routings PP Material Requirements Planning (MRP) PP Production Orders PP—Pl Master Recipes CO Costing SD Sales SD Conditions MM Purchasing Source: SAP
  5. 5. Overview of Terms C '. -iii]; .ir'-. iii ~; «i'i i’- ‘:2: '14 F’ ivrl ’I 3 Parts in stock Materials i . MARA . /T '. .. -4 an > ” _-- Routing BOM Instructions for Individual parts ji Ob| ect Ohiect assembling required ‘ dependencies dependencies the product I M Logic for Logic for Jutennining vxhich determining 1, (‘h 3- / i‘1|H‘3‘. N operations and wlich parts pU. - 5, M ‘A3915, _PRTs are reqLlred are required (‘it 1‘ ‘/ i'1li| ‘r‘. ‘— I li_. ‘I ' . - . ' ‘ _ Pur': -tvpe Wetcrt ' . - , - (‘h 1‘ ‘/ i‘1liI. “’. '- li‘i‘i ' ' F€3tIlI'e3 ‘ N 31:. n . ’. Dump '-gr C. | A . -‘ump ", r:i= i-‘lung-3' Obie" * specific pump Rm “Imp mi 3' configured product‘ dependencies Source: SAP
  6. 6. Overview of Terms Variant Configuration ° A configurable material has a special bill of material called the Super BOM in which all possible combinations are stored. ° The product is configured in the sales order by choosing the required Characteristic Values. ' The requirements are passed on Production Planning. On Explosion of the Bill of Material, the system selects the components assigned to the characteristics values in the order. - After production, the material is assigned as sales order stock for delivery to customer. Source: SAP
  7. 7. Sales Order Processing
  8. 8. IDES Demo Process Steps to be used in the demo: - Creating a Sales Order - Checking Requirements Using MRP ° Requirements Planning ° Converting the Planned Order into a Production Order - Confirming the Production Order ° Checking the Production Order Settlement ° Creating a Delivery ' Creating a Billing Document / a riant Conflgu ration Soiree: SAP
  9. 9. Enterprise Structure used for demo Company Code 1000 Sales Org 100 Distribution Channel 12 Division 00 Plant 1000 O H Storage Location 0001 {ant Confiq ~. I[’i‘it, i Shipping Point 1000 V a source: SAP
  10. 10. MTO Process Overview Make-To-Order Production With a Configurable Product: In this process, you create a sales order in SD and transfer the requirements to PP. The requirements are checked using MRP. before a production order is generated. This production order is created in PP. Shipping and billing both occur in SD. Finally. you check the costs and revenues in CO. MMIPP MRP iv Production -» ‘ wt '. . I Goods Receipt Reduces sales ' 7 o'der stock Source: SDN
  11. 11. Creating a Sales Order (T Code : VA01) ° After entering the sales data, a configuration screen pops up. ° Configure the material by selecting the characteristics. - Note that the value of Variant Conditions changes as per selection. Cl‘~. ‘.‘: t<. ‘ 3tm1(i: ll'(iOl'(iti'2 Ci'iSIl'. ‘iCfL’i’i‘. -ii-T ‘-Jaluc AS’—; |-fll1lIl(‘l‘: T.' H37 5036-ID I3?? ? Lni 9 F | i."~vIr 41- i3’J( '. 'r . ' 'i1hfV{| .IrlI‘; um 1-r. -)1 miiiy i ’| .' II 'n 1U RI [Iii »I‘-‘ 5} LI kJU‘ I‘ . II vi": -I J ‘"-4 » iv‘ iii)'lI‘II‘l ictrsr. caacvlct an [tr ems ue - floi. my ‘:41 it 'i-2' ’_~- . _ ~ . .. . 75.; ,d. L-; ..- (‘ca-. :ra C~. "Z-‘. '.'J1..3:7>‘-'1 ‘ " ' ” " > ; “|l| r l _ W4ji".85 ‘*i‘n3-6 :3-7.": -. *‘»_>: “ * 5L', ‘uu tug 4 , ih l - ll Egr ; u;_' 9+ i'J‘? ‘ 7‘? i T >7 Ar‘ null Jul-. L| - r rut - v 7 Tupi ‘IS? Hiil1I'! .| is; il -v- vii’ i m'~_6} : ‘-‘t‘CL’2l; -'33,? IE1. nor . iu; ' h‘If Jar std Chnn‘? Ht i}, i-:71’, ,, ‘x list‘/5'49 . ' I. Source: SAP
  12. 12. Creating a Sales Order (VA01) ° The system allows analysis of Object Dependencies and Variant Conditions. ° Item Category determined in Sales Order is TAC. - Note the Material Availability Date and save the sales order (for test11048 and 11059). : < 1-K um ‘NF. Ln: VIII)! In-non I I. t5'. IlL : ml. nr; u¢m- : nr'.1; II I" I -vrr ‘I1 | '~! Q»t! mate v ' I -an-lulu ii [I h : ?3m 5:3 «ns -9; as E at - I I ‘ .3! ‘pk! n Tiuuirlu. ‘mu II» I I #l. i5I. '§ 3 I ‘. ll iii. it I I ‘IPIOOIIHIU SICCODJI -I50:-niimn ‘-‘I l aulii Vin InlI"mI Iiiiin . '.vr: I.'dMnr'1lrr 35,, 'S_"_", Click to we Objuct ca opendonclu Duo Plico - Vain! Pulse ml ‘ ‘_, s‘. ' 1: _ ' Ltjfm Click to can Variant Condtions 5-’ n res II | a.n Source: SAP Variant Configuration
  13. 13. Configuration for VC
  14. 14. Configuration Details: Material Type OMS2: In definition of KMAT Material Type, indicator ‘Material is Configurable’ is set Other material types like FERT (Finished Product) can also be used if the indicator is set in material master i. i.ale‘: ‘: r/ :2 i: iI. I1 t; o'n: au‘ an :3 rr,3ie-‘ia 1-. u.r4 I1., . i'i= i‘ 7FiP'PrIItF '1|'V'| >5-ri '4nir' all = fI'si= i sRc‘ ‘ne'er at we ‘(r non zatcaconv «mun I-‘J22 rU1|I)i| Z.H zn t_| l‘: IJ| I | _j‘. ‘iiti' I231 911-4 tu '. - I7, : Ii| '}'"lfl no 0". '."-l}lI"lI‘! ’I1‘-Nil] r. ~~. ~.i: F] riiai 5:11.5- ; pc: uIrn. 'r. ~Ila inc: U711iZl. ‘|Cl'imLI':4V i _ W [7 l‘4tI~Ill‘. ll': ?crr£1Ll: l': l0 : m1u: I1-nu pm» C tlatsnalf . 'll’I‘RSS h"li. '<. '.i1Rl1 lung 7 I“ = :I3i| l‘r1‘ m: «n: a'. c»rr A-. uL-u bug : :. [ ll irI. luIlul‘hI| I»iil #-. Ia3.= .*: =s1I: n PFP i| L<iiI4i. 'U". :ii| :1i[, |Jil. ‘es ul-Jere _p”"‘r‘5'"3 I-7, P "M" n, .,. __ _ Prnrju‘. tI‘J' n= ,3cI, iIrw§)'[r'I z in‘. C'l’cl”4‘§9 : -roars 2 _C‘’‘‘'‘ 9 E-. ::Ic mic: Source: SAP
  15. 15. Configuration Details: Item Category in sales order VOV4: Item Category determination is set to determine item category TAC II-. '.i ‘Iii-:5 : u.n-: n I ‘M’ '‘an aim’. 0 ‘fi'l‘4 at on 'r'1CF' CP FF Lu ‘I - I I - : Ir-~ ‘Ci II: —. «c. 3-‘? 0303 ‘*3 ”~“‘ . III. » ocnr gI. Ia; Ie L-El'| (f: : : =. 0302 ‘"0 In -o. I= Fl-‘lma'-‘n ‘S: mn> ‘HF H3 ‘AF I’. ‘4.Ii'I_1LIa. |u Eieirite if-. 0302 ‘an ll: Mil '.0|I- C~Cr.3l| ( Atllili ‘D l'l"lfll TA‘ M‘. .'l< MCIC it 0‘? i0’PfCd. :3 9391 mg 155 ‘ill i'. 'rI‘. srl. -lg l". hpr'r-rl _I. g UJUQ II" Mg II“; —3L3 97:-‘(laid {EDT 3L3 ' 0.-. n=_ II- ".3-i. '1 Au vmiulr ll: ill It VOV8: Item Category TA Cliuiigv: Vic. » 'ru1LIIIllcllliit: lllCLt1cLJUllt: b—£ Details ‘. °="I BI l_‘| I'= ‘tI| ‘i-. ‘$Ia'*‘-‘BI IL’! "3? "= ~E'5!. --, , 3: B. _-_-I_l5:1 E-’1.II_£3 llmn . aleuu ( IN. V: ail-1. I'IquI. u‘. _I Bill l. Ii. 'aII$lI.1 ‘iuiirv. -.I: |lun C‘mI‘1 Eital-‘-fir U‘ Ba c . = C': ;IS'I. 'i-‘-rn ‘TAC'- Mat . .= I ant ‘_'1l0n 7' Z. variant uatzhin-3 AT? ’ 'I' 'I‘II. 'i' -. :.Ilnh' Slru; ‘um I. I . LU '3 C‘: glu C ¥. Il'UlY 2-ruup In; - 2'. on ! -I- ll "IlaI_. -It~Jt': I '. -'- z —'I 5.73.! " Oll= ‘.1luI‘= = Source: SAP
  16. 16. Configuration Details: Condition typefor Pricing Condition types VA00 and VA01 (%) are available in Standard SAP for Variant Pricing conxaroe 'IIAo3f~; -mu; ;. ;¢¢»; ;¢o¢_ midi -, -am-as -I uII. l I: as: E Diotunrlur w'c' was l'! nl'. Iil. r we I} I. ‘hIm'h 00lI1:fl¢_fl'_f_: imzinzo 8 = .tLc: .:: m:. . _ Accra IIIBOI IIOI wriomc 4" Tutu '37 I urianls (U , , I. 3 CD . E4: saI: oI. 'ro: vuzaon C mr‘. 4 cm rurr )si1i>. ItoIIf. ‘.hm'ei O In 4 ken -rm’: =iI: na'crnssIom L) (Mun. 1 fiwv H faavui 4.2 C (U "C 9 Sowco: SAP
  17. 17. Configuration Details: Requirement type KEK Variant Configuration The requirement class controls the MRP and the requirements consumption strategy as well as the relevancy for planning, settlement profile for costing. Requirements type KEK is determined for strategy group 25 and also for item category TAC. Change View "Reqtiemems Types": Overview gin. - c-. ~n: . are-or I_1lo‘I'lll'I0 I5 _nocm: ncstIIflI —v I 1- -5.. .. .: . -.. -lI. .I. ' -- I I :5 tier I rmsr"'“"' """‘--' . _ u I 3 , ,_, ,,, _,, ,;, Change View equir Classes : Overvlew '5'‘ 7'‘‘''‘‘°‘'‘'‘' ESE WEE} E] E3 I]-IE "V Hake»-zidei I in mw. :ietri IEfE[| F3’fi7Ifj7E'J3lK'iIE11lEIHlIZfiEfl%W"”""'""“"“‘"V"“‘ I - . o-ad: 'lq. l'ltl Ifi 3:! I 7' ;3$VU’l‘. li§'d. ' I 1'5 acoomum ' U "- . "~"-‘*1'~"‘1'£: " ' I III‘-'_a’§e§o"iibNM: :i I -11 Maroon rnct-IcnI: nt . IE ,2] - ' ' ctmn. n:IoIicaouou I I 3:_y: eewrc. w III. _uIL-I. -—»‘. urm~: n-u- IBI2 II: 3 I ocmmmon o'|0'. aIC"It| :c ' ‘ AI; -.'u‘in‘. iu. wllIn. IuI. i|'. ’pr-ju. .I'-517 iiI.1lt-n. :|i'V. jV. s7v. |i7II7l. m“‘“A ‘S5 moowm-pIrn: ¢ orcor =9! A: o:m: mIInIi 0'30‘ U ' I. Ha| "E~‘0-'lI‘I= llll’. I pI'1‘M. ' LII. iiI»«M-oniIrI'I'Iil! '| I W , ii}I§. ;»--III II-ililiiia}-I': I; PI’-Lt tor-04--auto-u. I *0 IuaI: e:o-: I¢orci. :ro-: no~a< For Ittioaconuvvit
  18. 18. Classification System: Characteristics Variant Configuration Exhaust Antitheft device Other Options V8113?! PIOGIJCII 071 Enflhe Eurlras I ~ 0' ‘.0 IAn—“. I 180: - Z 1 Se C01!‘-3| 3- 0: / ' I-v~: a'. :.a was ur«_. n.- . . . ' . .«- - _ -' TI’Hl$l| ‘IISEIGl I I-_-val '. A. I -E: 92:: automatic ‘S31! '-'-Pee‘: _ : '-pen: I I-»‘3‘htaIo‘. ; winds . - gear a- Mm: -.I: -= am an I Panic ark --_ em: alo-. ' ’! Y7:Cl5 -ruin‘ -~ vnr-iln-In I :15: ' ‘ I = II. .o Source: SAP
  19. 19. Classification System: Characteristics -‘t um. ,. o- 7:: .: I. I14‘- <'I"| l fa“! 1:: — -r‘-fr . .1‘ -. J . .n! (A-, h:-n I . -. u r'Ilrg- r. '[I-1 » r in Fun in _ F 1 . ' " mm- >011‘-1 ‘I ’ "‘ ‘F’ em. .. -A * r r‘| N ‘ . Mfltlvliii I1.| —— . ... |. ,., _.» it [4 mi rv : . . nmJ. >.n‘. . -_. '-Ur! ‘ )‘¢H| }- lh'Fl Ol. “I(r«s - xrr marl r """""‘ . ‘,, J4(‘q . ii. .u: 5.. .. 7‘? C t s’. _ . -' Source: SAP
  20. 20. Classification System: Characteristics : Configuration Profilr ea: l .9 ~ e— —r l ‘r 42 2 ' C1.r: r‘nr1v1l<' Cntypg “OH, cogm, ' ‘ . .iluc~-_ an 1 ' . .;I rulibr , Char: -:tcr¢: .‘. c' C: -r aolor ‘Ir’ l Bocv: cowvrrmlc l vmu um: mm } D‘ 5: ‘dmc’ , ma 3,. _.| ,, ‘ nu. ;. x cu-or silsv '03’ IPRDI i ll . ‘ )firl ‘ ‘ , .,, A,__, ,‘. .,, .-, _,. .4 | Ch1ra‘Irri' C‘ Car ~ng'ri- N’ l 'U’-r'<" 0'10?‘ A | L ‘ - ‘ ‘ V. ‘ ‘ V. :3: Iullrl-t ‘ VI v fly, ‘ ‘ P. 'U1€'C‘| liI ' ‘ Ch: u;. :t(n3:c: Cotl: I ottoc-‘I’ i Vim‘ Mnrc lv-I): ¢ vii’; Source: SAP
  21. 21. Classification System: Characteristics CT04: Create characteristics - Data type can be CHAR, NUM, DATE, TIME, CURR cm. n: n—-»ie Hl‘_J‘1U| JH ‘’-<}, ]' | L’lIo'f )8 NU "’IL)£If vs : 'pc~1 fl‘ R. ‘ f‘l'lfl7 I ‘I . " 7 cut : :'p1or . an JU. mar JJK1 ' ; .m-11-; »r . -‘mt’ I'Ii; : I‘L. ui: :|i~. -i Em. ii: ‘grams ‘)! JU. -J C I-E 3 -:2 1 Sim: ‘Prli. .~u I . '-ii"-v‘yI| 'crr*u= v1 Va us Azolqr 1:: r‘ ‘. . u '>, :u: 36-39. C ar3:', ai'Fc ma’. -' XI. nits 'o1'_1: *2 t L L 53? £. =n*31r-% Ieir alabe E tum: Heq-. "ed List of values and default value for characteristics can be stored in Value tab. U331? Z1-‘J3’: L‘*? ECl'l. '"l'Zl’i? " ' i 7 V N1|$t: ‘C3[5 V‘-E"31l‘l3C 0|’? i_ mac‘. oral V3|L(? fi -‘-‘ on-Ed ‘us ca 9 | Lnar venue I--: -azntt or [y [J it L we Euu: i'v-323c<J’ZGW-I i i '" moo Enizlrc 5-isowao im Fl Source: SAP
  22. 22. Reference Characteristics Reference characteristics are characteristics that refer to table fields. Zrr-n*.1'ii'.1' ‘EEC I322 I : :mu: 'a I'Vl! ' i ‘ahillnrl 7' V7 -"0’ ‘alumna (rut hzhan Kill? Tables / Structures whose filed values can be changed by dependencies: SDCOM - Communication between SD and Variant Configuration VCSD_UPDATE - Table for Updating Sales Documents from the Configuration MMCOM, STPO, PLPO, PLFH, PLFL Tables I Structures whose filed values can be read by dependencies: VBAK. VBAP. VBKD, VBPA_AG. VBPA_WE. VBPA_RE. VBPA_RG VEDA, MAEPV, MAAPV Va riant Configuration Source: SAP
  23. 23. Variant Configuration Classification System: Characteristics CT04: Create characteristics ° Object dependencies like pre conditions, selection condition, action. procedures can be created for characteristics - Object dependencies like pre conditions, action, procedure can be created for characteristic values Mliuu l, BIlE_, &_| I)'lI_PfiICE Sslbll It an fu nut: .‘:1s*xle'ix'i’ iiI. 'JlJll. I€ Pg rn-. I ' I 2‘ . 'l I I I ‘ u R I TAKE -0 ‘SK N012 P‘ (K. H013 ‘ 3$E|1.HD ‘IJHF 30-020‘ fiicltlflfii - 3SELf. $l£3il'! £E2i . . i . '.l -«—m'—: ‘. 1 trgo: onrnnoum. 1‘ _Man Irv vi-fin NC II» I J Sou-olucdclno U utrruawoxmeit = rcco'¢l: n ‘_i M ucnlzlc Hide option 11 if t. — ~. a~. u~u-~i«. -4-. 'or. _rmnm i3;u. u-. ~ °P5°| ‘' 10 '3 arr vane '1 iwroeruslc Mrmece already ’ ’ 9€| G¢T€d . - . ,5 f . 4 . 5 ' 3°€°" 9
  24. 24. Classification System: Class CL01 / CL02: Create class under class type 300 for Variants ‘. :I-vex Ti: :: - | «.; ,~{ ; 1 ]"; i ‘. 'I= I:'>' ex: TH ‘c. -IIa‘Is ‘ha ‘an Iiirrn ‘ ‘-aldltu I 1' "I-‘ 5'": ] _ .41‘ : :j—: .: 05:1. I: I: lo: -.u -rum : I; l¢". I -I 1". » | :I: —.<n>1:I- cl: -as I: I I-lZI8_. '.D 3:-' i, -oi: I‘-It-In)-in‘ ~ cqg; 3 3"; II-: '. 'n IIu<- 0:, -n: :1>‘a‘. :7 l—L. r-: ,-I: -‘I: ‘. ".I ‘ ‘frln I’ II l9:>‘ -'. lIII‘ . l . "s. :%¥= Assign the characteristics to the class. During Material Master creation for Super Bolvl, this class will be used in the Classification view. I: .292 34,- U. J £g{ I I [D] l, .'u- I’-pa‘ ‘JIM ‘. ';. i «III» I‘ am; a Iii. -nor .3; [)1] III I. t'Il. ' j . I haur 121:: -'2'/ tr ll-‘ "3 1~: *r>' l’. :' . I 1-H" ‘:11 _: I_1 7 I I. :‘ Ilir I | IrIi ii It-i. I“7I’I'(J. ‘It‘. ] . r . If| "Il . | TI C(U‘ITF" fir unity . ‘I":5§ X 1 II-) IiC'Jl’. Ciglfc‘ 3| PT» ‘ J : "-‘ l5l| -JP? CC 3’ 21 FT 2 J I- I lib-D -I Cum -. ‘ ltil '. I A7 I J i‘ 3_53H'| O. -1-l '. I . I'~ 2 3 74v ; _' <Vi(l| " In I I t . .b- 'S— : J 74! ')_. |~'] Tl E"! I-rhlhrh 1¢‘. ‘ln', ‘. I: I-. 'l-~u I I )_0l"J0DI5 arr u‘. I-, '-s I ——J Source: SAP
  25. 25. Material Master of Super BoM (MM02) ° Basic Data 2 Screen: Set ‘Material is Configurable‘ Indicator ° To determine item category TAC in sales order. maintain a suitable item category group such as 0002 - MRP 2 View: Procurement type ‘E: In house Production’ - MRP 3 View: Strategy Grp. ’25: Make-to-order for configurable’ used for demo - MRP3 View: Availability Check ‘O2: Individual Requirement’ - Classification view: Attach the variant class _, . -—. —?-rt . “, Source: SAP
  26. 26. Bill of Materials (cso1 / cso2 I cso3) Variant Configuration I993; 1 3-180 _ DE an Imonuan run Ill! Wotnnq __iI! _'! I_| _)_’_Qg___"L Sgt 90' I343 . |II£iIiuIl I': I-guano «I Am II-I’ Irvine»-Qeussizis-; It el. kDII'. "I‘arIut1Ic0 "-'. °!-P_°. ¢"_3'. ‘9'. "'“' Source: SAP
  27. 27. Object Dependency in BoM (cso2) Components in Production Order can be selected using Object Dependency type Selection Condition Display n1atI= .rialBOl. l:Generallrem Ox Dlaplav Drmmemv SJ)-ikl’: - A 4:- Ir "6 ; 'ii'~.3iZ~. i'; 'Ii‘s 1303-’ 0 -ll. '- 3LNZ- 3:>‘rI-aw. _ 1 ml: “LU m_m_“ LU‘ 9-. -l. zutltic-I 3.7!’ _ I If, i. ’ 3¢: |,'Iil(III(2‘t mi emusl A. .. . Iii. mIi I "““ ' """" , -_= -I "ii I 1‘1l‘I-‘fl I III. i. iLk. iLU‘7 nhvnti. cl . 3 - 3 . _a_ . 5 . 5 :3 -‘Mm It‘-' I" I _)I_1-_-Jr If it it mm ~? IIl3DL 1233-12: i. ;I. ;,»_; Ia-yronni: -74us FE il. il I994 ‘. '.l‘JUL lu-—l-l I-3e_, -‘.08-; ‘,‘. ‘;; iig; :,:73ds ’ H. 14.11 1994 _-"W" W‘ '7' I -“I -r'i'U'I~ L Mu-‘U-<v SoIect13C0-131 componentonly if -3040! EIig'-I-. - chaiacteristii: 1'8 is selected Source: SAP
  28. 28. Routings (CA02) Operations in Production Order can be selected using Object Dependency type Selection Condition Display Dependency w: _<n I c - 3 not‘. 'lll"| l| Hll-Ill . III? Ulfl : :' ZJIITWIIMIIO Iil'| ).C0l . 009’ -'. ¢iIru':1il . - -w A H‘ H . . . . . . . . . .s . ; ' __ _ ___ an ‘--nu m_nP M - . .1 ! Fn'nfin“___'M_ -iwiuu Solon Opomdoo 'I'| t(‘h| ono mr ' “ , only U7." Fluuuux Ki’ li'| C¢O0IIt'l. UI‘¢ ': .-. ooiocmuuun ll-: ~M _ . , . _1*°! .'”’ ' ‘flit ' _ 71: wnim-amsreu _'4J lfiflflfl Variant Configuration sown: SAP
  29. 29. Configuration Profile: Process Plannedlproductlon Order; explosion indicator None (others Single level or Multiple level) The material has a BOM that is not relevant to the sales order. Only the characteristics that describe the variant are required. The components are determined later during material requirements planning or production. so there is no need to explode the BOM in the sales order. Sales order (SET): See next slide also In the sales order, sales-relevant components are shown as sub-items of the header material. Requirements are transferred and pricing is calculated at component level, not at header material level. Order BOM You create a sales order. In order BoM, you can Insert extra items or delete items manually. The changed BOM is stored as a separate BOM for the sales order. Chang 1:‘ Cc-nligul ~tlIO' [ZlOlIlr. - IOI Inuto. -r I-1|: Delull '3CfE°: n Ann‘ n.1r. .:~» -1.1;. u. -tr -. -I Ill - DJC I . r-)- om wt; 'nflgII . -. sir I-infln ran»: II: J Iaxlciewa 'v, ""-. "T_ —'-i" "“‘. "' I y_. . VII . _', '_'I | l_-u' PI 1- . --. -; E ‘.012. vlu-. .m .2‘. .-. Illiv-‘I -r -)1 1 ~_'Jr. I In If . "‘: »w. «- -v1rI -m- . "new. I '. ~rl :2. 21:14‘ u-2-A nu l’| -: ..-I C'telf_I'(‘ l'li’3 70-! u. Jun II ‘vv In-Ii‘, source: SAP
  30. 30. Configuration Profile: SET This processing form means that in the sales order you can only process sales-relevant BOM items. You can use the item category group like 0004 at configurable material level to define that requirements transfer and pricing are at component level. For example. a PC is made up of the components monitor. CPU. keyboard. and printer. These components are all salable materials that are manufactured separately. In the sales order, you want to see the individual components that make up the computer as order items, as well as the whole computer. In the sales order, these products are grouped together in a SET. For this reason. this type of processing is also referred to as set processing. 1-ell tn paw “““ _ Ilrqmmli-II ulllhrvny _. IIO Variant Configuration Source: SAP
  31. 31. Configuration Profile: Dependencies Dependencies like Actions and Procedure can be assigned to Configuration Profile. ly‘. f1'lll. ‘1i| 'lDt"| I~‘lIFl-*l'l1‘VfD‘; ‘:l4‘lll| lIt’lll‘~l-'|0llll"'l‘€ DI. -;J: I 1-1' tr-. d.". I' B'lSt; '-"4 FT U’-'4"-' l‘-'J~"-W3 TIES Chi Ewr. I'; .*-h-.4 Prc! ':: ’. .'r; .'_‘ . :l As; _1"s-rt; I EIIE A CILU: PFJIE 8(tf». 'I: r‘. 'u: ‘J'¢oc‘ lulu’! E 7 §tr: £ A c: L~n: -r rzrcs scrzum-u: -.vuo. r.~. At; l.r-. .'1 3 Eli: A E-Iuuil Pitt: sr_: :‘. ~(r; 'u: 'u ( r; i:r Jul-vi 3 BIKE I lIIl'€°. P9lIE 6cl: vi. '(ru/ U2‘) rr: I:r Attic": 3 ill}: A 03f10S P3 8ctc~. '(n: 'u: ';- -': T': rc Actuvr E 7 EIIE 1351' ‘HI? ’5r, Z:, '(r’. 'u; ‘;: '. :) . lkl| |.‘| E EIFE ). ‘FEEL FREE S£“l’$I. '(h: 'u: ‘»)'w'c: -I lcli-. ’r 3 Edit D-: pt-: llLit: lIL“_, ' :44 <: [:4 L-".1. IZUI'. uuu°sp ‘J. Ul Z_irr. .:u Itlu b. l. . A;Iun Ell E_»’~_C0-0‘_‘l*‘l'3E SU. '=IJl| .1ll>lgd| L' . ulu rrlxpinl ll~l JUU l‘-F-Fl '! 3-‘ Flrvrnir'; iir'= l‘: - Prctr c narr»: 302 . .I I . ' .2 '. J. «I. '. '9. I. .I: ‘. . I.li. ' . 'l}B_E ltl I326 (OLD? ’fl l-1' UJLIJR ’ $SELF l-II COLD? OTIJITTT ‘FIFCHJPPIE - ‘3§ElF <aI: ‘l‘. HAii'uE'. ‘) U-UL. - Source: SAP
  32. 32. Configuration Profile: Variant Table - Tables are used to store combinations of values for different characteristics ' A table HD_1300_COLOR_PR is created in CU62 transaction. It has 2 fields: HD_COLOR (key field) and SURCHARGE. The selected characteristic will be transferred to HD_COLOR and surcharge to SURCHARGE2. - The table contents are given below (see transaction CU60) 1-. ‘IhiI'iu'l. 'Ii| WillI. |I('t’ '“‘.2_-JTLI-. Du--. I.: :L§Ll'Th; T: til - l<ll-_l. ‘Tl~"l_l'1l‘lF_F= Y 3:iI : ii ll! ;: I:r: --: f: arcr: ar5J- -n I': ‘.r r) Ilr$<_II1 314-. - I . -OE‘) 02' ‘£3 P)-UL3_U$ VK30: Has description entries for the surcharge column listed above VK12: Will pick up pricing value based on condition type VA00 'lnw~. Eli: jut‘ Izul, I'll: bi . '¢lIl| u N1‘. “ii'. l' . P'Iw~ ‘ii I“-M‘ valid H. l'l : I. II. E»; 3.l'-C I;13[2 ‘I? r: rim LVJJL l. '.l. i . » Dela-r >e t: ‘able r e it '31!-‘-I Niliié Cf Ill. ‘ - r . +— jcnrilcn: . F)! '.3Tl£ Source: SAP '1 DH
  33. 33. Pricing Check definition of characteristic SURCHARGE2 - Additional data tab -> reference table and field 2:! -iz'. I'ii-.1 - lilt IEFXS ! Z [F ‘Q : :niu: 'c rim’ l 'NillHII‘l in r; sin! $! .'iéIa; §v ‘airman trait mini loll -— Simple method to achieve Variant Pricing is given below: ton Variant Config (9 ° Create multiple value characteristic SURCHARGE2 referring to SDCOM-VKOND. x_ 3 ' Put this characteristic In the class HD-000 which was used for the configurable material - Now go to CT04 and change the Characteristic HD_COLOR Go to values tab and select Red. Go to Extras-> Object Dependencies->Editor and then select Procedure. In front of 000010 Enter $seIf. surcharge2='HD-003_03'. Similarly Select Black to enter $self. surcharge2='HD-003_02‘. Same way ’HD-003_01‘ for Silver ' VK30: Has description entries for the surcharge column listed above - VK12: Will pick up pricing value based on condition type VA00 Soiree: SAP
  34. 34. Pricing VK30: Maintain descriptions for variant price conditions (optional step; done while creating dependencies for surcharges; maintains consistencies of configuration) Clniiigie Viigw "V. ii lillll C«; iIiililiiiiI:5": One: view ‘; >’ kowtntiicz (3 L4. . "-; - : ’_L‘ Li] ‘Li-‘. LIe; :.r pt ; ‘ IE] Cu: [in -rill| J>| lVl| J Fl l1|’oZlECI»lt‘dC. hl3lC ljl I". |ii'iii’-. lu' 746:: w. 4.51 . 'Lc: i e: <'a-st 33cm in 4.51 VK11 / VK12: Maintain actual condition record for variant price surcharges C, li. iri«. l»* Vtllltilll‘ I‘. <;iritIII. Iun (. ‘.r-. IJU; i : (-)'r“l‘. "I"'. V '. I’ ‘Ti E 1: (*1? I15 | El ‘T. .7? 31% 3.32 mil [51 Males . 'm-_; arr. -z-Ir 1 ICJFI tear ~ra-_rliai-L1 ir I'r. 'llVIfI in: mrl II -A I-via-. .'lr l’ . iI. -Ir: H. -191‘ Des ': |1lL‘ U| .', ‘l'I. f II. ‘ . II; al. - ‘Av L/ .III I‘ il' ‘Mr I -I < il ‘ l-’; rI. : ‘r fies‘: 7.11 1n Err-i I" llnrr I. {ar I. I ‘inf La 7'2‘: 1 -‘rr 1’ 5.’; Ir tr l lr, ‘l)- I : ... ..-~. -in will I ‘II- Ill. I I I ~ . IE1‘: J3 " I-'i‘Ix: ~. . ~.: 'p'iilI_' swwlv; ‘ ‘ ‘HF 1H» - ‘I l "<' I ‘ ‘ ‘ I -III! It I ~u"urI. vl 3 3) I'll’ HT. 2 26 J7 Z3"| C.'l. |'. ‘ 2'33’? l " -if")-f1J'_? % rs-ii. .>1~ airs‘ ? ’.)J : iir. Irc : 2s. :iJ. :)-. -c: i.i: .:c3s l ir»c37_c2 ii; -up . ,r-mg-. ‘/ '| J; .~l- Ill. ’ . :92 2/ '. ;~IL'. I.I. ' '. .I. J“ Source: SAP
  35. 35. Pricing Factors Pricing factors can only be maintained on characteristic level. The syntax of pricing factors is as follows: $3E'1‘_PRICING_FAC'. l.‘OR (SSELF, <chatact: erist: ic>, <van'. ant key>, <£act: or>) This expression contains the following information: - The characteristic that refers to stmcture SDCOM, in which variant conditions are defined. The variant key used to infer the condition for a characteristic value. The factor by which the surcharge increases. Va riant Configuration Soiree: SAP
  36. 36. Material Variant - For variants that are required frequently. create material variants, which can be produced without a sales order and kept in stock. - When a sales order is received, check whether the variant is in stock and deliver immediately. ° The material master record of a material variant is linked to the configurable material and configured using the characteristics of the configurable material. [T-u: -. | lr-. II: -an «main ‘| ! Isl . If . ' l'wia. 'r-Ir fllfllff I re ‘III 'Ieer Page ‘l’I“‘IH' r: ] I T r. -u’. in ~. a11~ nee 1 -nine-Ce I l . aural cc innlbad: wulle l I I; :-. . 141 . ... .i. i- i. ~. lil luu~ravue I. ‘Iru. i|»'i~ruiJ Jflfll‘ IO--“II'C| iO'li| IIlU_ . ’ I. ‘1.e. rruu H. ' Eff I. ‘-L _. l'! .". l 1-'. -A-. "". ':_‘, -K __ _| "l 0-- 7--v In any L1:-are, r | .'L? .I'IUII I JJ. 'tl ' - ' . I. ''. . I JII. .dII. . . -.9;-_' :32». -:. . l . I . I»'. .-. -:. ~1»: u= l . .1-2ie_. I.r-. .0. J I :1-2-i. -2.-. -Iv- . ..". '-‘AIIUI ‘USN U-‘ JJIUJVIS -‘ . ' I. 'uJ. r gI. r|. I.'| ‘ [H--' -‘I'I' ] I in wuui -. lL! lIJJ'Jl¢ll‘ I-‘T--= '2 *- _ | On Basic (la: 2 0! MRP I vlewl Specify Ihe c herecrerletlca for Make 00 Stool: Product Soiree: SAP
  37. 37. Material Variant in Sales Order On the value assignment screen. you can check whether the values assigned match the configuration of a material variant. ‘Ar-.1’ ‘I-. I | lD-' R0 | Il! -- (eta: I-r-; vnmyrnnm In all; I’ I’; 1 1' J I MK 15'“ ‘RI Sir; I-. - 0' 5 . :l~‘. '.‘r us NI ‘(II vtuulrd ‘ HI'1nI~r'I OM Jet re at _ II : tIIIir I31: -Irina I’? ‘$1 Idfflilfl O01) I-. rr_ an vJh. _- ape '. I: is are any Cr: 1u'_i'dI III I J 9) «or «'00: briaeie‘ Variant Configuration Soiree: SAP
  38. 38. Material Variant Replacement of configurable material by a material variant Create Standard Order: Overview ’I I " : I.: .I: . l _.1i, ,- oianmi ear I l-etvdire l we | -.u< | Stld-to nsllv ’ J &Pf'. |eselst1sset4f| ’.E. 'IJ1E6Cuascei: o' E S-I1:-in rum; ' . |4‘lPl'IeselsIiviIet4fl'. F.‘l-‘I131’: l‘. iIesuiel'n" Puma ljl Variant Configuration
  39. 39. Material Variant Item category gets changed to TAN: Pricing will also change as per new MTS product. Create ereneuui Order: Otew "re 5]" T‘. r; r.: I firm eieecn no: i’ '1 near l O7.O7]'[7Q , (LI! 1 autuuanma-Azmmunumnr I ll E-Han-iv lnl. l 4m&fie L9.)W* 7 7777 7 7 7 V7 7 7 7 Variant Configuration Soiree: SAP
  40. 40. Summary of day 1 Va riant Configuration By now. you should be comfortable with the following topics: ° Explain what Variant Configuration is and its use in make to order scenario ° Using Variant Configuration during sales order processing - Configuration details like item category and condition types Classification System - Characteristics and Classes Super BoM, Configuration Profile, Object Dependencies Pricing Surcharges in sales order processing Using Material Variants for make to stock scenario Soiree: SAP
  41. 41. ' Day 2: Understanding Object Dependencies in detail
  42. 42. Dependency Types Va riant Configuration Dependency Types Till} SAP $3310"! SU| I'IZCll$ U10 "3lbVlll0 Oi diX)0fKIiOllC7K!5' O Prcmrid rims‘. ‘selection corcriions Actions (obsolete; PIULDLI .185 Cnrrsrrni Ts GIODGI and LOCGI DOPOFIOOHCIOS Tiiu cillcrciruuz. bclw-. x.i' guru aid local tlupuitlc-iit'It: s IJIU . I:; lul-M-. ; O '. '.lcml I. ‘l-%t‘. P.l'lt‘| flt¥‘. iRS are crenrni rerlmly rind can we ass gr-ed Io s-. '-r. :ernI obleris -oceI depenceroes are created for one object 5'16 can on y be used with this owed. Soiree: SAP
  43. 43. Pre Condition Variant Configuration Example: Preconditlon for a Characteristic Value You have a -. unfluural»e malarial. BIKE. The material has Ll aracleIrs. iu. s A-DUEL anzl GEARS wm me lol cwh-3 -/ an: -1 Only if the model specified is racing. the bicycle can have 21 gears. 1. Create a precondition with the following source code: MODEL eq 'Racing' and specified MODEL 2. Allocate the precondition to value 21 of charaderistic GEARS Source: SAP
  44. 44. Selection Condition Cllllfltxyiisllti -lAt~DLE3AR is ussgned lo c; ri'cuial; leInalutiai B1-(E. C'icuuLluisli«. ‘ HANDLE3/R Ila-5 llic lulicwr . »,~ wluz: -.3 l-lNI')l FR/ IR Rarhg MIl‘j~iTAIN_| INILEDAR STAhDARD_l-Ah DLEEAR A selection condition is allocated to each component and each operation. This selection condition determines which components and ooerations are selected for a variant. MOM nf HOW F O lulu Conluundi fluhulluvv uondllun 4-’ co. 0 Pantry r-an at-av g. ‘Pa-Jug L ,7.-.20 M-, l_. N lAll‘l_D-A‘ll. 'l. l:UhL-4 I-um «bar a; 3 "; l0Ul‘«lTAl ‘J_| I/3.HDLCDA“" U) (030 ! ‘='Al~l‘)Al: D_ IANFX TAR I .111 char 3:, _ _ 's‘r. u~. l:-Ant: -,1-lAMc1.Eau'-s= r U- C Routing offlbtl Ogvn-nllonuu fhunnfinlluu Babel! --an -unoullllunl M‘ -, Noun: l-annual: -a 9;; ‘Huang’ | ; Donna C I‘: -nrllplww (0 “J23 Noun‘. D-u-nllutrw _u voumoun ‘M JQJN l «I . H)cJL. LUI'J-" ' C I run limo» (U 0033 rv-um Fnllllulliiflu surest: sT»r~lDM=7.D_HAN: JLEE'Al= : > I tlrulubdl Soiree: SAP
  45. 45. Changing Nlaster Data with Dependencies In variant configuration, you can use reference characteristics with dependencies to change field values of tables for bills of material (BOMs), task lists, and master recipes. Table names and fields are given below for reference. Table STPO fleld MENGE can be used to change component quantities of BoM. Table PLPOD field VGW01 can be used to change setup time of Operation. 51-1.‘-uUL! MZ ilr. -ii. L'. :Al. (l-‘UIXI a. m;li-'Z_: lX2l ‘u'nrlnhIn. .-. re «err 0.-an l-3 ('t0r. 'Sl-‘.1 N irrltcr ". II vuilablu-: ~ 4:3 in-Ir‘-5 if I-(1.)-". l». .¢u '-'aInul: |c-pa: u. -1r uuamll-; uh-'. >‘vlLN: I‘. (I nrr. nanl nu mnl ty ijl'. 'F= NSF) PI P-. 'lD vi! »-all Ins’ and r*r. '»to' mrurml ‘f. ‘lla1Y)'l'3TIfl‘ ql A111’. I-'$'. ) E-he ‘H: -em vr-Ines -"-/ ‘-3'lIO'l—('G: » Ur-r. 0-’ H1333 ‘I0 (": 'b‘LU'l 35.‘ we-vii -: onbr il~l'28l‘l. p Ctpuuuurr cugn: v'Q-Ii-.1! lLT)(A l, LTX-R2": I"LI'l. D zsequuo-cu ul‘ upuiuluisn . ::I slap rt um -j. -lIS‘. ’l‘_c -1 arm h‘- u r)! ~H! ~‘_l PLFI I3 (viu-Jun min iaiuuuzux-lu. n sl liluumli. -1 (7.1 3‘. 'IZl‘a‘iy E)Innll-'4 ? l‘I"’I‘lHI'i . jru‘(él>-I X-('. I: lcemi r-‘ea qimr. I|r-1 Ll-V. "-1-I $7.‘; Variant Configuration Ru-Ju u-AJ quno . Il. ‘; Tu i l lulu (CW FIIl= ;‘-ll Soiree: SAP
  46. 46. Procedures Procedures can set default values for a characteristic (can be overwritten by the user) r‘. nrllnn‘arxle madam! EIKF ‘me ‘ha f. '.ll‘. W.'li‘l. ] r harartalst r. ‘ If A hire as r. t'rl-arerl with A harlcparhl watch‘ '11:» nnrhar of brakes :1r: aasr. sln '1 B°‘JMul b| l(l: Procedure 1. '. .mt. te u Ielewuce «. lumr. 'len l‘: llL' cu led CUAN ilY ‘Ml! ’ the ldluvr; master mile reference‘ labc Si 4'. ) tn: cl ‘. 'l: Ni.4: 2. ’. »H. lsl. l. u pou-'. li. rr-J will» l'I. ' luluvmnv; sou Lu c-xx. smut . @tAn"«'r'r'r - 1 I 1' nnrwrvnlvhl. — ' van ' 3. A locate the : lI'ecedure lo DOM term 2030 icomlmnent DRAKE) Result ‘. ".'har ym mnfi-g. ra the hi: a_ if -,1‘; u SI! ’ walla ‘Yes’ hr charartariet r. nmlcprnxa _ he quan-. it-; l‘Jl U. l‘Ip’JlIL‘lI l: lR! .Kh u uuua-. :c-. « to 3. Variant Configuration Sowce: SAP
  47. 47. Procedures ° Set default values: $SE'I‘_DEFAU'L'1‘ ($SELF, <charact: erist: ic>, <l: erm>) For Gxilll tale: ( $SE'1'_DEFAUI. T (SSELF, COLOR_CHAR, 'BLUE') , $SE! T_DEFAULT (SSELF, GLOSS_CI-IAR, 'NONE') ) IF $rool: .PC_Cl5.SING_CHAR = "1‘OWER' - Delete default values: $DEL_DEFAUI. ‘1‘ (SSELF, <chax: act: erist: ic>, <t: erm>) Produce a sum of the values for a characteristic in a multi-level configuration: $SUM_PARTS (SSELF, <characl: eristic>) It can be used to calculate the weight of components and transfer the same to stmcture VCSD_UPDATE, gross weight field BRGEW - Add the components of a BOM together: $COUN']. ‘_PARTS (<$SELF>) ° u har ef rv rian ondi ion in Pri in : $SET_PRICING_FACTOR (SSELF, <character: i.stic>, <variant key>, <fact: or>) Source: SAP
  48. 48. Constraints and Dependency Net The main purpose of a constraint is to monitor the consistency of a configuration. There are four sections in a constraint. 1. OBJECTS: Declaration of all classes and objects used. 2. CONDITION: Pre requisite for processing the constraint. 3. RESTRICTIONS: For interdependencies and consistency check: check and set values. 4. INFERENCES: Enter the characteristics for which characteristic values are to be inferred. Constraints are grouped together in dependency nets. The dependency net can be allocated to a configuration proflle. Example: The hard disk can only have the value ‘1620' for a tower, or ‘850' for a mini tower. OBJECTS: .9: TS_A (330) PC‘ RESTRICTIONS: PC. IlARl3-_DISK _ ‘1620' if ? C.CASZNG _ ‘Tower’, l’C. HARD_D. l.SK = ‘850’ if l’C. CA5.l. NG = ‘Mini Lower’. Variant Configuration Source: SAP
  49. 49. Actions Actions can be used to infer values for characteristics. Actions can also be used to change field values in BOM items or operations in routings. Procedures can set default values for a characteristic. which can be overwritten by the user. The user cannot overwrite values that are set by an action. For new developments. use Procedures rather than Actions (to become obsolete) Va riant Configuration Source: SAP
  50. 50. Object Variables used in Multi level configurations atlas Package C O '43 (U L 3 U) C C . 0 Tower Desktop Srmwr U . §PAl-': ‘F"ITM(. V1F. ' = TOWFR' 3Roof’EX7RAS E 5.. <=/ F . <. rop_ol. wmrv = 2 :1 - MI 1-’ TWFM‘ (U "C (U > Source: SAP
  51. 51. Allowed DependencyTypes ° Preconditions are allowed for characteristics and characteristic values. - Selection conditions are allowed for characteristics, BOM items, operations, and production resourcesltools. ° Procedures 8. 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. ‘rcu can assign ccject : .Ie: endenc as to the ‘ollowing objects: CcnfigJ ‘er. cr profile Dene-rco: -ncy re-ts T")-zoolcs Chaacte ‘lSll'. S P‘)~: odl as l"‘e*. or<iti. ‘-rs Selection i. urd. iuu: . L'; hmDd9'l3lk: ‘rctues I-"arnrnec. F"3‘:0l'KI'll3f£i fl(lM terns P‘)-zeclres S: lcctlon condilons l. 'I[, -erctrons r tnsv. lists F‘ )-mules S. -‘Inrnnn mnrrnnm Pluhu (ll lesuuvc-. -'-srlujs (F’RTsj P’ )-Janos Va riant Configuration .5-: -lecbon conrltions Source: SAP
  52. 52. 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 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 Variant Configuration section are present, and if all the conditions in the CONDITIONS section are fulfilled Source: SAP
  53. 53. Transfer to Production Planning (Demo)
  54. 54. 2. Checking Requirements Using IIIRP (1 Code : MDO4) Variant Configuration 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). 3tockIRequirements List as ol11:50 Hrs >: ~fi»: :.4‘: vi‘. -v4.~i’? ~.i'-2‘r’t. .»‘ i Mee'al ‘I3 -UL DCOC| adIoy: o1’wm| e 11292153 g I Ha'tD. ll: | Play! iii". .! fi?! .'_1-_ El £‘3T'. ‘!‘!1I‘? 99'. l'"£7_l _. I] ‘_. v «ass: ._ l - immriisslmmin - - , oo3o3-iosuooaoiorozoi . $4.0! earring» llllll. -l’lltIlIVQ@_lmIl , :-. : I17 '; nrT, -u. ..- "'¢"'=9 u 1 Soiree: SAP
  55. 55. 3. Requirements Planning (1 Code : Mo5o) 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. lflake-To-Order Planning - mum-Level 1-nl: : I. 'r'. <r T]‘I_ 5T’ . iII: = Cu. Jen I? I in’: .: I -I: -.5, * ' -. -_. -‘amt 5“-fi-‘"'> I Ell olauiev. -c: -134 ca: -10- . I‘‘I'| i ‘Ha. --I. Hun Inn: -Pit‘: -irl . ‘tI%“‘fI‘I‘ . ‘ '. ' D3 20‘ '-FCC Vs: ’’ "II¢ ‘. '!€ I¢¢0l! $}= II 1 : ¢I'Ilfl 3:! Ct . ' n we-a n-n . -I. Ir1 )1 A ‘unit run ‘'50- - my man In H «I ': .! u an «H; t'hII : -A v-unlr -p) gr-<<gg_-<_ N Int: :1.-stow I : : an: M»: lo‘ an-r I. not turn . I 0I'I'IIII'l_ ~' . ‘- = ' | I3'Il m-argon '1-rrnn-II: |'1l'Ih: no In an . 'o-fur Irrravr --1.''‘ Plus: .‘- hm . -I 991 Planning Rosult: Individual Lines | _n! '.'vlua 4'. "HI I ; a.un. mu JJ. '.’J‘I . 'u'u'. w ‘. 'H» u-. -. run -I. " by; 4 me 7'30‘. :1-v I-.1:o FT -. -mu: -n: '| 'fi‘1 i. ‘:o . m: [F77 g
  56. 56. 4. Convert the Planned Order into a Production Order (MD04) Variant Configuration 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 perfonned. Production orders can be created with reference to a Planned Order. stocklflequlrements List as of 12:05 Hrs gulf, 7 E41 I. 'i. .xc. ‘iauuo, o:omuginmo Al? ‘ was [Lflfl 1 Ilwnrg Pt" [mo u'. ~rs_m en} m-mairma 5:31} Jan l= : jl ' E I. I.’ '£IlI‘5|CtI ; lU. UIl. '.l‘tIHllU ll? 7l'II1". iu1 'I'fl’l’Ilf. 'lll'! ll1ln'I _! _,°_7_*97 -1'! :'_3_‘_‘, ‘_€'_! ‘_! ‘cfc‘_‘_! °'° _ . , I A1-'__‘-'i! ‘7 39-‘ 3‘_‘, _‘“_‘_, ‘_3‘, ’_‘, ‘!’- , , , 4‘ . fl. ’ 9!lt‘I| '_'iu, u ‘l'ffl‘Ilf. 'S'fflI'l1l’l’0 — l -. ':‘. u;iliuml Dal» I'. r VF! ’ Elumuril 25.o1.: on7j : :-» : v'r"- ~ 23.87.2fil? _] ‘ms 319: ‘l 50.07 . ‘lrrrI_I: n
  57. 57. 4. Convert the Planned Order into a Production Order (MD04) Object Dependency: BoM Selection Condition ensures only necessary material components are taken. Production order create: component overview f. }l'Ji l’”lF'LE’. ."ZEI FREEZE}! E‘! E H E. ‘ [:1 ifl L-rev Iazotoeoourl ms =0z~| mama: _ noes use Eor: onru. raI: n _rg= n_@] «J Fulotor 24 S‘ s'ns'. rii= racon 9 lIlE'Jl! lBE! E!lIElEE! ~'. «!EEET! WV" "9 I E. III! I; cup . I:" crusts . nlutIav 1&0 I: «I0 Ec"llo'lII'lt ‘o s . f»- - If (‘A )D. 'I'. ‘V1ia‘ln _ It OUO Ec“'iwi l‘. irlmI. 'o I. ’ I'i: I'Wl'I: ol ' k '4 ollltl-it If Rut shark rbsoilm Cl1l‘UIOOr_tD" lZ(‘A: |')'I‘. "'hn‘l; l"lT'Il'll‘l1l". "l l "CATV! 5 -Eliifi‘ 1- n -I nlnlr n. fi‘n . . IE Soiree: SAP
  58. 58. 4. Convert the Planned Order into a Production Order (MD04) Object Dependency: Routing Selection Condition ensures only necessary operations are taken. Production Order Create: Operation Overview Elhdmfiélflfifllii L]E}l]53l. :'Ll lflfiilfl Oltlu €03 ECUNWEI -yD¢ W01} mum llll-lilll DE8!ulB: II: oI°l: iInlIlo Plan: [mail ma-= ne :0 l C Q I. '43 '. ""-'. ~"-_’~. '?"'_. ‘Y'f. ‘."—" . ""'“. ""l T _. ‘.315 T. QE”. ”'”'. .. (3 F1m. ::trI' Iu: w_I-L IwII'-ul , mmuu-~I-Iu. u.. I. l ‘Lu l I I l l I zinrm S 24 -.22t’|4 '3-“"13 |000"€| l lZftR'0 D 1 U [3 24117200: ' JJIB 03171;’ 1nnn>= n 5u£mm_;3£ I‘ ‘M _ -1 ‘ C” l5ifi? .=3(' | "3F‘1§I’= 'i‘I"'_tLa 'IIIuII"-II 4 fammuu . out a II ? l I I I am not C l: «In: .:: rvI. * I-. Ir-«I: Ioon= =zII - [3 : I: I : Iljzimam C ' innnnrtl D f D - 8 I- ! L! .I. : l-ll’. -'7‘-'-'.3.. .‘. ?.’. ’.? ."—" . "'°“. ""'l . - . .. . E15. 3 .7. C ' L tiI. IIu: ui Iuiiu I _| ‘ [I111 I] we ('0 'C (U >
  59. 59. 4. Convert the Planned Order into a Production Order (M004) / a riant Conflgu ration 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. C-pcrauons: sclicdulmg ovcrv1cw ‘I nmli I: :: 02‘ Ofiocrtla ‘lame 0I20P: ;:rt: l: '01:, axis 0Z30fi: rJ'tl: ‘Ion loin U.4Ul4:. 's'tl: :rel. :x l‘l‘5lL5.-. ;-r'H- -| H'. h'r. x 030 : II u. .m. v 030 -‘II U’Q! l’. ' 0280 3i! draw; /JI EOIIBZ I I 50035 I l . lll. IJ'Js‘l 1 'llfll‘l2 1 I 500121 I 500321 1 SOCDSZ1 l Ldnl we. r liar - Lam zatcp irre Luau anemia I in L.1caIc: ::ov-n he Latest wot II'I: l-tr-Du-tiiplonn F-ii-2| I Iznssrylinn Soiree: SAP
  60. 60. 4. Convert the Planned Order into a Production Order (M004) Va riant Configuration Display the planned costs, choose Goto —> Costs —> Analysis (onion in» no Drnza '. 'vu‘u: 'l: n fnl: l:rI '0“b: ! I-nu I u ‘. -:--s u--I : Ilmcml HI 13%| : ES 2- :5: 3:9 r<n'I; u Tb: Plvuunl-I nu-nnv 1 i‘Y| ~ara; -: | -oo. -D50": ‘Ru-a -u--Ir In f_ flglmg. |I In-7 II I out 1 " . .I. : r. .. .. . ... .. ;.¢. ... i.. .- r. ... ~ . Il. », View .4 u. .a. ..I. .i 9.1.». .. ( . ."5_‘_ : 'L'. ... '.? '.". '. '5. . . "““" 3: I Ill"‘IIll'8 3 E" _: E‘_' . 'R O4 lI‘: ‘ll (_~": i _‘. -.3:--u m- _( 45"‘ 7' W O» '¢: ¢ ' In I II-: II ll n - : .I II | - : u.)clIII. ‘:Ily uni. I -- II '1: I50 IIIII ‘ and I I -I“-. I 2 ‘W030 IVE)‘ III1 Ossenle ‘rut. "ens 0 enrolls turn :5! 'SO0XlI‘. II3'. I"(I '1‘ ‘fl’-39‘? 3H II I'll ‘I1 G"3|'D Fl‘. '3! nrreoozn = |nul -usi- l -’f kind vii-ii. -Qizfll-l dldi-1 Id
  61. 61. 5. Conflnning Production Oder (co11N) Production Control —> Confirmation —> Enter —> For Operation —> Time Ticket lntor Ilmo Ilc kot tor production ordor -"i u. , '*', I: ,9E'''''''= '' !9 £39, , J i3r03_0$V2’H Vfnffirlfil {II-A‘<Er0Z#V I'. Ffi Mr R1 rnriyrda n ynygtm 313,0] L went; 1 fins chm fl ubcpcyuoa | _ ca. -as-J-y rd ‘M! j $3151. itg T4117" '] =1“ iiio au. wmLmn C coilmim ? '.HIc| >9Nrm1on Pa Zlcluvnommovvoflzm ‘B Tourlhr L01‘- (U ma Ff. L. firms 3 R, ¥'3"J". '~ I 1 CW Ron: m1o'Va: . ' 3: C To¢: Mm' Uri‘. I 0 «an I .17 I! U man: }_ _ F” 3 _‘_) Lsbzl J :0! 1:0! :1 C Olmird also! I : ] ro §t_= -,m, '°'~; ~9= In L 3 ‘C Btansrdvcuoz L 3 (>0 Pirocnnuuc. 1 then I
  62. 62. 5. Confinning Production Order (conn) ° 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. perfonn Restrict Processing -> Technical Completion for Production Order in C002. Enter production order confhnalon: goods movements —», -gm . r , «ier mute-II status RB. tram N: now I-. - 13 Inn: rumlw ~nnvu- nur ff ‘ 5 1 liEninsFun'd Guuk ru= ‘dlu may ill. want amp ll can an II. II tun u'uunt‘. noi-uaulnuou . Our -an ; i-n l'uiu1lul'-. mi zuuiu-wail 221 F cormrrclza fDi01!GI'3l'lOlD0l| lI Soiree: SAP Variant Configuration ‘lllllilll-ll 930 I! ‘ I5‘ lfifllflhi l388='88III88’I
  63. 63. Variant Configuration 5. Conflnning Production Order (co11N) . i‘, _r, ‘,7/i _ , ’Il! ’* 1%; =11 . :I 1 , ,, , “ " ' I H; ;. a iIu_upJu: ;uus; .a. n._1 g 1: 5!. '1 “iii: ‘. dp. n‘gIu! ulVllllI: |-‘III: «rm 1| on ‘-I at o - 0 pg gt, -.. s.5.2é. ga; +‘s; s(v; es I7 _'; .’-: :12: ; :,, .;yganez§nsE; :§'T' mr‘ : c.F3E'i" ** 0 f, =_if ii3_£j: '¢f‘-§ré! ,=i? -'~’, T C’ L ’ 0'9”: 9:~”Ivéi1P, °9,>? ?9?[s I? 1'5?‘ 1339?? ‘T i in‘ unusual 1 -L-I 1 TC rat ala'_po6JOJII205 3!! ) It)! ‘-()(I : :-I umm mu : :- I IO i. It ilqp 003033205 I00 V0363‘ Sub Bmr'tr. n . - I H: ~. _, -. 4". ‘-'_r‘Ii1IIIII’IIh can [II in ‘-I» 0 I 2 ’, "l§—, ’>’! -,7r'7.5|’-": '3?V, !¢f'4"_7°'<7~', '_¢, ' , ’ _ 0"” 3'? its iii? -i? iiiJ_~€‘i! i 3-0!? Fife C90 15 '9,’ , _'! :3=' "F ’ 53”“ 3° ' ‘E ! :!}'*°". ‘_‘?9’3?9‘, ,_ E_ 95?‘, ,i“? §" ‘ -{ca ‘mot guano ’ 1 l’0 cat | |a0¢t6J0) 3205 1303 1l(3t in JCJIE I . II-Ilw : u3.--.9) I ft .2“: sl. :r_u-i§J0)J20IFID‘J It)! 1X J01 . .'-I mncwm ya ‘in It 1 mi 1 N: hi. it . Il. ; ywumusbm II. Jl : ’I. as in mm rswnm nnnrm grinds. ' wsmnry . °_fiF? 4.‘! FIR 7,iII7 11 FIG It I020 0050!! l'! eI: or'r or. o.I0. ol croduettn : r-can c. oc7.aa- CIR 3.N7.03- Ell'~ us '03“ 'IlIllJtI! u---imonoa rowzte ‘L‘. '.26v ul-t I0.‘ 4» up RI II‘| ’fl flflflflill S-ni-Mutts! -vi tr ninth: arm ll-II 1?? m FIR ll? >1! Fifi 93 II| ‘l'i Tllllflill "vnIIIor'/ - ‘ill ‘atrial I P0 91- TU? S1 u - I'll‘ Iii IILU WWII! l3:m: I.lptIon. rxv nI'. oI'Iol 1 £0.24 LIH 95,. » I: II- 93 I010 W00“ u"1n1cnoo p"0tllZ1€ 51' 29- (II-? 511.2V- Ell’- ll IIIYO noun Im1-fluluhotl : r:d1(lt (on nut 11‘ 20 (III Ill )0 MI 93 I010 SOON Z"entor‘t - ? u "antic! I 2011- EU? 23. ‘- Elf 0| I010 IIWU czneuotton. rw n£‘. m‘Iol 1 ‘£0.81 (III 23.! ’ ill 93 l0?l'i Q00” "Vlrf| ll| I“/ - Ill 'IIlUv'| ll| I ' II- III! fll II- Fll Ill I070 «mom I2-, nm-nilnn, run ru‘nr1'a‘| 1 F’ in FIR 51 I3 Fll'- Uil I020 WIIIJIII Ir‘1mohod n*o: u:tI EJ. IU- (U1 0J. I9- Ell’- Ul "150 WWW SE01-Itnlflfltl : .&¢lO ¢0'l0.lI3Il LJJU W4 III. III HI- 93 I020 90000 f'II: nlur7 - in ‘alt-rill 1 ‘E? 02- EU? l2a‘.32- Eli OI I010 .000” C: l'lItlM.10l| . l'lV I'I". M'10'l 1 '37.” III‘ “K3 EW 03 I020 300$ Z‘-vcntorv Rm 'atorloI I ’E7 02 EU? |27.§ Ell 0| I020 (I000 tznltlntloli. no l'II'. Dl'1I‘| ‘I 17,02 (IR I271: Eli Q2 imn wmnm "'Ar. 'rg Road! » 94 tl'n- III! 94 L'. - Fll 01 I020 {WOW Ilsooe: ti-och: 0:00! 24.15 (IR 24.l5 Ell: VJ IILU NIJUW | J"'In‘l0Vt00 p~o: u:1: ‘all 8U- EU-l ’JJ. W« H} II I020 0000fl 0-nil-llrllol-0.1 . r.tiu; t.u o. v'iv. a-ad 10.0! (IN ! D.fi Ill 99 I030 scones iwentory - in "atortaI I E5 79- EU? 3179- Eli 01 I030 0000” c: ncuot1on. no nczni-to‘! ‘I 2570 (ll? 35.70 E05
  64. 64. 6. Checking the Settlement of the Production Order Va riant Configuration From the Production Control node. choose Period-End Closing —> Settlement —> Individual Processing (K 088) Perfonn order settlement to transfer the costs of the production order to sales order. Analyze the current cost situation for the Production Order 0IL1I‘IY* F30‘ 5 . 'II| '.nv PIIIIII in: Own‘ jnl ninl :1 mm ’ Ut . '/ VOII Hantt. II Ihlflfl llf. -Iflnfl ll'I'. 'i H ‘IV "1I‘) Iilflfi l'tI: iiIunl0Iufiy ‘ F1’ 2 ‘I 'x(r. : DCIIIIOUIID ‘ ET a now ". .I. I.'v‘r**’. n- . '.. ... -O. "N t/ Klséfifi. ‘ -Ynw; -our : ‘.. 'v1e : ‘.'. ->I. =.. ‘y-t‘ir: ,’4=. d I‘. -trim: -3‘ uuuI.1u-m. .IL1JII-be”)-II. :nJ. 'J'>l~3'! .' I nooot Aoomzao-rt : -um rnfin , 13.00‘ :1 so I I 6.00 nnmr -mm= n .111 -'11‘-I AnI¥r't: lIr'1-. "‘. I = «.u. v' -=20 I I nnn nnanr ram‘-1n>. =r -we nnmvrmm i 11 in ‘win I I non ; 3311!! ’l. ’lXzIEl)-I2-( -)9t‘o‘ 1 226 I22 26 I I 0.00 . Iilfl I ‘II. II? - II. I? I I170 'I= .s- II’ I ‘I’ wars-nine i ; ~=m’ 1 ‘In’ " " ” A éiiisi’ In 11»; mini I cl ' 7 ’ 7 o 3543!: iii 1 751.11’ W 3350! IIIJHEI EC IE6 ': 'Iil1E-‘I| o'l. I‘fi. IJ*. ' 1 25111-3 2.22? 1-3 I I 0.00 Ondoflullul I 210711! I 2301.13 I 1 I I I 0.00 : t‘: ?:0IJI0lII1C l 'JOI0l'I‘I '0 u III a 3'11 ‘ll 0 27070.71!
  65. 65. 7. Creating a Delivery (vuoc for delivery due list, VL01N for single delivery) 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. Ila wzlllw EIIII Moira = lI: 8.0: each I20 ‘M E S rlln Hm‘: dnzntnon Rue-me. km ‘'3' -s; Ft. go-mo Jhozol om fi| :|- mm ?39’lF Finis‘: -.r. gnnrls ‘ "u= n I000 0:220: Iwallury slimy - ' WW ‘ ' ‘ I Va riant Configuration Source: SAP
  66. 66. Variant Configuration 8. Creating Billing Document (vi= o4Ni= os for due list. VF01 for single invoice) VF01: Create the invoice — sample accounting entries (without tax) are shown below F-28: Receive the payment from the customer I I- I-I I-II in no u : - an -n . l at 9 1R_’! ':. "n an 9410.‘ "uvwuw - NI ll,2I8.10- '1 246.40- Solo: *o~oruco l. I2B. Jo I l2E. E8 fnlea ~e. r.rm= s 19l'I ‘II- 1:! ’ I'll- salv. "vwvun - 383.30- 383.68- sale; ‘oclruss I66.30- lfl¢. E0- voles so-eruea - : l2L'. .ll- - . '.'¢. LU- sales ‘enemies - H2.N- I'2.E0- 9310.‘ "now: use - I9-1.N- 104.60- Salos “occurs i'. ;Il . 'I. l;| l '56 1088 5E I090 bl-. ‘IIIUII ' ‘Iflflfl GOOCOOBOG: mm: mm ll~I I-I 600600309 30 30 ‘ll 30 30 JU 30 30 ill P Source: SAP
  67. 67. Variant Configuration Other Information ° CRM: It is possible to have configurable products among your Online Store offerings using the IPC (Internet Pricing and Conflgurator). It allows customers to interactively choose product options via an easy-to-use interface. Customers can mix- and-match these options to build the exact product they wish to purchase. ° ECC 5.0: Single transaction PMEVC - Modeling Environment for VC .1JlIlIgI. ll UIIIJII IIIUIIUI I"| |J- IJVU - UILUI . £VU! ‘.1090 ID‘: I. I ‘SLED . S -D_. ')l'F>-Ir‘ :1-Il'<~4 : «.1:: ~ ‘V -n : .n on . '.rI*v Io : :--. .NI .5‘ : :n «-0-. - | .|__'J l‘! . L I _<' I. ‘£. 3 -D_'. ‘O'0H ! '. l 1‘ -0 . ‘.F10N . '.| 'Ia'x 3-0:! as -- us» 5‘ D| ¢_p‘n_IDM'U3'_} I2‘. 5!? -5 II. 'V"| ‘I IN S? ’ III —-- I-¢'. !3Il: ~c -u -I : I>. v 3 JlJ. .RJ~L'-l_J I-l'. ‘l Jr. nu Juno: I. I Irr. OC Jig-'-_-‘nu! i._fR ix :1: :7-:19: 1:r: .1a: : ‘I "JJ--2-0 r 5'. 302C - 332 C10 EE Elfin ‘ 2 1-er-n-u-nu» _. loud- Sowce: SAP
  68. 68. Summary By now. you should be comfortable with the object dependencies and the following topics: ° Pre conditions ° Selection conditions - Procedures ° Actions ° Constraints and Dependency Net - Transfer of sales order requirements to PP ° Delivery from sales order stock - Invoicing the customer Variant Configuration Sowco: SAP
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