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SAP SD Variant configuration-training-document 2

  1. 1. Variant Configuration
  2. 2. What is the Purpose of variant Configuration  Variant configuration is for manufacturing complex products in which customer determines the features of the product. Objective of variant configuration is to react quickly to customers’ requirements. Here it needs not to create separate material for each variant of a product. When companies introduce variant configuration this often goes beyond a business process re-engineering project. Variant configuration offers an opportunity to restructure product structures for which then processes are defined. This has a direct impact to the core areas such as marketing and product data management Slide Number 2 ©2008 Capgemini
  3. 3. What is the Use of variant Configuration  It is tool which helps to simplify the complex manufacturing of final product more varieties and variation of the input material  To ensure right choice is delivered  Easy for the sales person to select & Communication is fast and clear  Ensures production of right item  New products can be configured immediately by the system itself and all changes in the costs of production, pricing for the new product are taken into account by the system automatically.  This session will walk you through the steps of building a simple VC model. Slide Number 3 ©2008 Capgemini
  4. 4. Who Should Use Variant Configuration? Slide Number 4 ©2008 Capgemini
  5. 5. Variant Configuration Configurable profile Class Configurable material Characteristic Dependency Value1 Value3 Value2 Slide Number 5 ©2008 Capgemini
  6. 6. RAM HDD1GB 120 GB2GB 160 GB3GB 280 GBColorSilver ProcessorBlack Intel Blue AMD Slide Number 6 ©2008 Capgemini
  7. 7. Creating characteristics Slide Number 7 ©2008 Capgemini
  8. 8. Steps – For creating Characteristics  Menu Path :Logistics Central Functions  variant Configuration Environment  Classification  Master Data  CT04-Charecterstics.  1) Enter Characteristics Name and Select Create Button  2) Enter Description in Basic data Tab, Enter data type (Character Format), Enter Number of Characters , Select Multiple Value radio button and Enter Characteristics values and Save it.  3) If we want to Create Another Characteristic Repeat the same procedure  4) Also create the characteristic for Price. Specify the values of all Characteristics in Values tab. And In the addition data Tab enter Table name SDCOM and Field name VKOND, Select Not Ready for Input option. Slide Number 8 ©2008 Capgemini
  9. 9. Create Characteristics Select Create Button Select Basic Data Tab Slide Number 9 ©2008 Capgemini
  10. 10. Create Characteristics (Continued) Enter Description Status must be set to Released Select Character Format Select Multiple Values Slide Number 10 ©2008 Capgemini
  11. 11. Create Characteristics (Continued) Select the Values Tab & Give the Characteristic values with description Slide Number 11 ©2008 Capgemini
  12. 12. Creating Price Characteristic Slide Number 12 ©2008 Capgemini
  13. 13. Creating Price Characteristic (Continued) Enter the Field Name VKOND Select the table Name SDCOM Select Not Ready for Input Slide Number 13 ©2008 Capgemini
  14. 14. Steps – Creating Class  Menu Path :Logistics  Central Functions  Variant Configuration Environment  Classification  Master Data  CL02 – Class  In Variant Configuration we use the Class to Group the Characteristics that Describe the Configurable Material. We need to link the Class to the Configurable Material so that we allow that Material to be Configured by using the Characteristics of the Class.  We can use a Class in the Variant Configuration if the Class has a Class Type that Support the Variant Configuration.  1) Enter Class name and enter Class Type = 300 (Variants)  2) Select the Icon Create, Basic data Tab enter Description and status must be Set to Release  3) Select the Tab Characteristic and enter the Characteristics and Save. Slide Number 14 ©2008 Capgemini
  15. 15. Create Class Enter the Class Select the Description create Button Enter Class type 300 Slide Number 15 ©2008 Capgemini
  16. 16. Create Class (Continued) Enter Class description Status must be set to Released Indicates not to check similar characteristic values Slide Number 16 ©2008 Capgemini
  17. 17. Add Characteristics to the Class Select Characteristic Tab and enter the Characteristics and Save it. Slide Number 17 ©2008 Capgemini
  18. 18. Creating a Configurable Material  A material with different features or characteristics and options is known as configurable material. Example: PC, Car.  Configurable materials are either created in a material type that allows the configuration (n the standard system, the material type KMAT) or they are given the indicator Configurable in the material master record.  Specify the Industry sector is Mechanical Engineering & Material type is Configurable Material  Item category group is 0002  In basic data 2 tab we need to select the check box configurable material  Class type is 300 Slide Number 18 ©2008 Capgemini
  19. 19. Creating Configurable Material Enter The Class Select the Characteristics Slide Number 19 ©2008 Capgemini
  20. 20. Configuration Profile – CU41  Menu Path :Logistics Central Functions  variant Configuration Configuration ProfileCU41 Create  Each configurable object must have a configuration profile. The configuration profile for a material controls the configuration process in the sales order  We maintain the configuration profile for the configurable objects to define the central settings for the configuring the objects we can control all the settings that effect the display options and the scope of the characteristics on the value assignment screen.  Select the Object Material, Specify the required material and press enter Now specify Priority, Profile name and Class type (300).Select the Profile and from the main menu select Goto Profile detail select the tab configuration initial screen in process field tab select the sales order. And specify the BOM explosion SD01 and save it. Slide Number 20 ©2008 Capgemini
  21. 21. Configuration Profile (Continued) Enter the Class Type 300 Enter the Priority & Profile Name Slide Number 21 ©2008 Capgemini
  22. 22. Configuration Profile (Continued) Select Characteristic values Slide Number 22 ©2008 Capgemini
  23. 23. Configuration Profile (Continued) Select Sales order Select the application SD01 Slide Number 23 ©2008 Capgemini
  24. 24. Dependencys  It describes the inter dependencys between the characteristics and characteristic values and it controls which components are to be selected from the Bill of Material.  Use : In Variant Configuration, we use dependencies to control combinations of variants. This prevents combinations of options that are not allowed. Dependencies also select exactly the right BOM components and operations to produce a variant.  In two ways we can create the dependency’s  Menu Path Logistics  Central Functions  Variant Configuration  Dependency  Single Dependency  CU01 Create  We can create directly the dependency in the characteristic itself Slide Number 24 ©2008 Capgemini
  25. 25. Creating Dependency’s (continued)  Go to the transaction CT04 and Enter the Characteristic Name  Go to the Tab Values and select the line of characteristic value form the main menu Go to Extras Object dependency’s  Editor.  Now select the option Procedure press enter and In the ABAP/4 Line command (Below line) write the code $SELF.ZPRICE= 1 GB and check for the Syntax Error. And Save it.  Repeat the same for all other characteristic values. Slide Number 25 ©2008 Capgemini
  26. 26. Creating Dependency’s For Characteristics (Continued) Open the characteristic in change mode and select a character for which the dependency is to be created Slide Number 26 ©2008 Capgemini
  27. 27. Creating Dependency’s (Continued) Enter the dependency (follow the Dependency syntax) Slide Number 27 ©2008 Capgemini
  28. 28. Creating Dependency’s (Continued) Check for the Syntax Error and Save It Slide Number 28 ©2008 Capgemini
  29. 29. Creating Dependency’s (Continued) Check for the Syntax Error and Save it Slide Number 29 ©2008 Capgemini
  30. 30. Variant condition Pricing procedure and maintaining Condition records  In the Transaction Code V/08 Pricing procedure we need to add the Condition type VA00 with the requirement 2 (Item with pricing).  In the Transaction Code VK11 we need to maintain the Condition Record for Basic Price of the Material for the condition Type PR00.  In the Transaction Code VK11 we need to maintain the Condition Records for all Characteristic Values. In the condition type VA00. Slide Number 30 ©2008 Capgemini
  31. 31. Variant Conditions In Pricing Procedure Slide Number 31 ©2008 Capgemini
  32. 32. Condition Record for Base price Maintaining the Condition Record for Base Price Slide Number 32 ©2008 Capgemini
  33. 33. Condition Records for Variant Conditions Condition records are created for sales organization, distribution channel and material Enter prices associated with variants. Enter the variants Slide Number 33 ©2008 Capgemini
  34. 34. Creating the Sales Order BOM  Create the Material masters for All the Components  Go to the Transaction Code CS01.And Enter the Material “ZLAPTOP ”, Enter the Plant and Enter the BOM Usage is 5.  In the Initial Screen of the BOM enter all the Components and Quantity  Select the Line and Go to the Main menu select Extras  Object Dependencies  Editor there write the dependencies Syntax.  Repeat the Procedure for all BOM Components and Save. Slide Number 34 ©2008 Capgemini
  35. 35. Creating BOM (Continued) Enter all the Components and Quantities Slide Number 35 ©2008 Capgemini
  36. 36. Creating BOM (Continued) Enter the Dependency Syntax Slide Number 36 ©2008 Capgemini
  37. 37. Process flow  Create the Sales Order with the Tcode VA01 the Standard Document type is OR, standard item category is TAC and Schedule line category is CP.  For Consuming the Components against to sales order Use T code MB1A with Movement type 231  The sales order is make To Order Scenario so In the Stock posting Screen select the Movement Type 521 (Receipt w/o production order into unrestricted sales order) and Special stock indicator (E).  Create the Delivery document with the Tcode VL01N Standard Document type is LF.  Create the Billing document with the Tcode VF01 Standard document type is F2. Slide Number 37 ©2008 Capgemini
  38. 38. Creating the sales order Enter the Configurable Material and Quantity Slide Number 38 ©2008 Capgemini
  39. 39. Value Assignment Screen Select the Values from the Value Assignment Screen Slide Number 39 ©2008 Capgemini
  40. 40. Pricing Calculation Pricing is Calculating as per the Condition Records maintained Slide Number 40 ©2008 Capgemini
  41. 41. MB1A – For Consuming the Components Enter the Sales Order Enter the Components & Quantity Slide Number 41 ©2008 Capgemini
  42. 42. MB1C - For Maintaining The Sales Order Stock Special Stock Indicator E & Enter Sales Order Enter the Configurable Material & Quantity Slide Number 42 ©2008 Capgemini
  43. 43. Creating Delivery Select the Sales Order Stock & do the PGI Slide Number 43 ©2008 Capgemini
  44. 44. Creating Billing Document Create the Billing Document Slide Number 44 ©2008 Capgemini
  45. 45. Document Flow Slide Number 45 ©2008 Capgemini
  46. 46. Thank You
  47. 47. Variant Configuration with Production Planning
  48. 48. Create Sales Order Slide Number 48 ©2008 Capgemini
  49. 49. Select Configuration Profile Slide Number 49 ©2008 Capgemini
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  52. 52. Assign values to characteristics Slide Number 52 ©2008 Capgemini
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  55. 55. Sales Order in requirement list before running MRP Slide Number 55 ©2008 Capgemini
  56. 56. Planned Order created after MRP run Slide Number 56 ©2008 Capgemini
  57. 57. Create Production Order W. R. T. Planned Order Slide Number 57 ©2008 Capgemini
  58. 58. Backflush the components & save order Slide Number 58 ©2008 Capgemini
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  60. 60. Production Order Confirmation Slide Number 60 ©2008 Capgemini
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  62. 62. Confirm Order Slide Number 62 ©2008 Capgemini
  63. 63. Create Delivery Slide Number 63 ©2008 Capgemini
  64. 64. Select Sales Order Stock Slide Number 64 ©2008 Capgemini
  65. 65. Do Picking & PGI Slide Number 65 ©2008 Capgemini
  66. 66. Create Invoice Slide Number 66 ©2008 Capgemini
  67. 67. Thank You

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