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By Jörg Thomas Dickersbach

ISBN-10: 3540257810

ISBN-13: 9783540257813

Characteristics are utilized in SAP as attributes, e.g. to specify the configuration of goods or the homes of batches. in lots of industries – engineering, automobile, mill, pharmaceutical and meals to call the commonest – offer chain making plans has to contemplate those features. APO bargains many alternative functionalities for making plans with features, the place all of the functionalities has a few must haves and incompatibilities. This booklet deals aid and recommendation for the elemental layout of the implementation by means of explaining the procedures and situations (process chains) for making plans with features, the functionalities for making plans with features in APO together with their must haves and incompatibilities and the entities, dependencies and method configuration determinants for making plans with features in R/3 and APO. This ebook relies at the releases R/3 4.7 and mySAP SCM 4.1.

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Assignment to the Product Master The assignment of the class to the product master is done automatically during CIF-transfer. The class is only assigned to the product master if the class contains characteristics. The class assignment can only be displayed in APO but not changed. 6 shows how to display the class assignment for further classes (if more than one class is assigned to the product). Fig. 6. Class Assignment to the Product Master in APO 24 3 Characteristics and Classes • Transfer of Batches If batch classification is used in R/3 for CDP-configuration relevant products, the integration of batches is required.

This integration requires the master data object PDS. The PPM does not support the integration of object dependencies. 12) looks like in the PDS in APO. Fig. 14. Object Dependencies in the PDS in APO 38 5 Make-to-Order with Variant Configuration The syntax of the object dependencies as displayed in the PDS is slightly different from R/3. Analogous to the object dependencies check in R/3 it is possible to simulate the impact of a configuration within APO. 15, for this purpose the ‘configuration’-tab within the PDS display (transaction /SAPAPO/CURTO_SIMU) can be used.

When using the CDP-configuration scheme, the characteristics values are considered in pegging. Therefore only few characteristics should be used. Note 526883 provides additional information about the implications of using too many characteristics for CDP. 1 it is still only possible to use either the VC-configuration scheme or the CDPconfiguration scheme per client. The customising path to define which configuration scheme is active for the client is APO Æ Basis Settings Æ Define Configuration Relevance.

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