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    Posted on May 24, 2007 at 05:17 AM

    HI Ram ki,

    Sent mail.

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    Posted on May 24, 2007 at 05:20 AM

    Hi Ram.,

    BATCH DETERMINATION

    A batch in the Materials Management system is defined as a subset or partial quantity of a material that is managed separately from other subsets of the same material. Each batch is identified not only by its material identification but also by a separate batch number. Typical examples of batches include different production lots (such as paints, dyes, wallpapers, and pharmaceutical products), delivery lots, or quality grades of a material.

    In Sales and Distribution (SD), it is possible to determine batches that match customer specifications. Batch determination can be triggered at two points in the process, either when the sales order is entered, or when the delivery is created.

    If you enter a batch number directly into the sales document, the system checks whether its availability and expiration dates are valid. When you copy a pre-sales document to a sales order, any existing batch numbers are also automatically copied but cannot be changed in the sales order. If you create a sales order with materials to be managed in batches that does not have a preceding document, you can change the batch numbers until subsequent documents, such as the delivery, have also been created. If, when creating a delivery, the system discovers that the copied batch is not valid, a warning is issued by the system. In this case, the batch specification must be changed in the sales document source.

    Maintaining Master Data for Batches

    If a material is managed in batches, you indicate this fact in the material master record in either the Purchasing or Plant data/storage 1 views. You can also create and maintain master data for individual batches, specifying such information as the expiration date, valuation type, and the country of origin. If you are planning to use batch split at delivery time, you must also maintain the relevant customer master records for those customers who permit batches to be split.

    Entering Batch Number in Sales Document

    Before you can enter a batch number in a sales document, a delivering plant must be entered for the item. If no delivering plant is entered, the Batch field remains inactive.

    You can find the Batch field on the Item overview tab page in the table with the items.

    If you do not know the batch number, you can display all the available batches in the delivering plant for your material, by using the input help.

    An availability check is carried out for the batch, which you have entered, and the quantity available is confirmed.

    If no batch number is proposed in the sales order for an item with material to be handled in batches, automatic batch determination can be carried out in the delivery.

    There are four points at which you should use batch determination in Sales & Distribution. These are:

    Quotations

    Quantity contracts

    Sales orders (or scheduling agreement)

    Delivery

    SPRO- IMG- Logistics General- Batch Management- Batch Determination & Batch Check- Activate automatic batch det for SD.

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    Posted on May 24, 2007 at 06:49 AM

    Hi Ram.,

    Can you please send me the doccuemnt send by srinivas to my mail id

    manam.sreemannarayana@gmail.com

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    Narayana

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    Posted on May 30, 2007 at 11:36 AM

    General Setting:

    1. Define Batch Level

    Use

    This transaction enables you to set the batch level for batch management. Three unique options for a material are available:

     At plant level

     At material level

     At client level

    Prerequisites

    If the material or client level for a material is chosen, check that no materials exist in stock. If a material exists in stock, the level may not be changeable.

    Procedure

    1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options:

    Transaction Code OMCE

    IMG Menu Logistics - General  Batch Management  Specify Batch Level and Activate Status Management

    2. Choose Batch Level

    3. In the Define Batch Level screen, select Batch unique at material level and choose save.

    4. If the system displays any warning messages, continue through them by choosing Enter.

    Result

    The batch level has been set to the material level.

    2. Activate Status Management

    Use

    This activity sets the batch management to active status in the client.

    Prerequisites

    The batch level should be set before the batch management is set to active.

    Procedure

    1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options:

    Transaction Code OMCS

    IMG Menu Logistics - General  Batch Management  Specify Batch Level and Activate Status Management

    2. Choose Batch status management active.

    3. Choose Save.

    Result

    The batch level status has been activated.

    3. Update LOBM Standard Characteristics

    Use

    This activity copies LOBM standard characteristics from client 000 to the development client.

    Procedure

    1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options:

    Transaction Code BMSM

    IMG Menu Logistics - General  Batch Management  Batch Valuation  Update Standard Characteristics

    2. On the Update the Standard Features dialog box, choose Yes.

    3. On the Maintain Standard Features LOBM screen, choose Back.

    4. On the Copy Object Lists between clients screen, choose Back.

    5. On the Maintaining Standard Characteristics with Object Dependencies screen, choose Back.

    Result

    You have copied the LOBM standard characteristics from client 000 into your development client.

    IMG Settings for Scenario-1 (Batch Classification)

    1. Create Class for Batch Management

    Use

    In this step, you define classes for use with batches.

    Procedure

    1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options:

    Transaction Code CL02

    SAP R/3 Role Menu Installation ® Create Class for Batch Management

    2. Choose Create and maintain the necessary master data manually. The relevant data can be found in the file:

    Result

    The materials are later assigned to class in the material masters is used in the batch determination search strategies.

    2. Activate Batch Classification for Goods Movements

    Use

    This step activates batch classification for goods movements in IM.

    Procedure

    1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options:

    Transaction Code OMCV

    IMG Menu Logistics - Genera  Batch Management  Batch Valuation  Valuation for Goods Movement in Inventory Management  Activate Batch Classification for Goods Movements in IM

    2. On the Classify Batches Within Goods Movement Screen, make the following entries:

    Result

    You have activated batch classification for goods movements in IM.

    3. Order type Dependent Parameters

    Process order control parameters are defined for each order type. The following screen shows the defined order type dependent parameters

    Conclusion

    In this document, necessary settings for Batch Management are documented. For module specific settings, please find the respective building blocks.

    IMG Settings for Scenario-2 (Batch Split Valuation based on Source)

    1. Activate Split Valuation

    Use

    This step activates split valuation in batch classification.

    Procedure

    3. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options:

    Transaction Code OMW0

    IMG Menu Logistics  Material Management  Valuation and Account category  Split Valuation  Activate Split Valuation

    1. Activate Split Valuation

    Use

    This step activates split valuation in batch classification.

    Procedure

    Access the activity using one of the following navigation options:

    Transaction Code OMW0

    IMG Menu Logistics  Material Management  Valuation and Account category  Split Valuation  Activate Split Valuation

    2. Configure Split Valuation

    Use

    This step activates split valuation in batch classification.

    Procedure

    Access the activity using one of the following navigation options:

    Transaction Code OMWC

    IMG Menu Logistics  Material Management  Valuation and Account category  Split Valuation  configure Split Valuation

    .

    Two new entries ZIN and ZEX are created as valuation type.

    New Valuation Category Z is Created with following setting.

    For Valuation Category Z valuation types ZINT and ZEX are activated for the Plant ZB01.

    For the Plant ZB01 the following Valuation Categories are activated.

    IMG Settings for Scenario-3 (Active ingredient Valuation)

    1. Create Unit of Measure

    Use

    The purpose of this activity is to create unit of measure.

    Procedure

    1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options:

    Transaction Code CUNI

    IMG Menu General settings  Check units of measurement

    2. On the Unit of measure Initial screen choose No dimensions and click Unit of Measure.

    3. Click Create and make the following entries.

    Key field Entry

    Int. meas. unit YGW YWK

    Commercial YAI YIK

    Technical Ylbai Yai/lb

    Measurement unit text Pound act. ingrd. lb act.ingrd. / lb

    lb ac.ing. yai/lb

    Commercial meas. unit X

    Result

    A unit of measure is created.

    2. Edit Batch-Specific Material Unit of Measure

    Use

    The purpose of this activity is to edit batch-specific material unit of measure.

    Procedure

    1. Access the activity using the following navigation options:

    Transaction Code BMA1

    IMG Menu Logistics - General Batch Management Batch-Specific Material Units of Measure Edit Batch-Specific Material Unit of Measure

    2. On the Change View “Batch specificUnits of Measures” screen, choose New Entries and make the following entries.

    Key field Entry

    Batch Uom YAI

    Ref. Uom LB

    Result

    Batch specific unit of measure for the active ingredient edited.

    3. Define Calculation of Proportion Quantity from Base Quantity

    Use

    The purpose of this activity is to define calculation of proportion quantity from the base quantity.

    Procedure

    1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options:

    Transaction Code BMA3

    IMG Menu Logistics – General  Batch Management Batch-Specific Material Units of Measure Calculate Proportional Factors Define Calculation of Proportion Quantity from Base Quantity

    2. On the Change View “Calculation of proportion/product quant. from base quant” screen, make the following entries:

    Units of Measure Technical Measurement Unit. Text

    YIK Yai/lb lb act.ingrd. / lb

    3. Choose the Details button.

    4. Make the following entries:

    Field Entry

    Batch-specific UoM YAI

    Base Unit of Measure LB

    5. Save the entries.

    Result

    Calculation of proportion quantity is defined.

    4. Define Strategy Types to Determine Receiving Batches

    Use

    The purpose of this activity is to define strategy types to determine receiving batches.

    Procedure

    1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options:

    Transaction Code DRC6

    IMG Menu Logistics - General Batch Management Derivation of Batch Data  Set Up Condition Technique for Derivation Derivation of Batch Data Set Up Condition Technique for Derivation Define Strategy Types to Determine Receiving Batches

    2. On the Change View “Conditions: Types”: Overview screen, make the following entry:

    CTyp AcSq. ValTo From LA Name

    ZDR1 BDR1 EN MatNumber/MatType

    3. Save the entry.

    Result

    The strategy types to determine receiving batches is defined.

    5. Define Search Procedures to Determine Receiving Batches

    Use

    The purpose of this activity is to define search procedures to determine receiving batches.

    Procedure

    1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options:

    Transaction Code DRC7

    IMG Menu Logistics - General Batch Management Derivation of Batch Data  Set Up Condition Technique for Derivation Derivation of Batch Data Set Up Condition Technique for Derivation Define Search Procedures to Determine Receiving Batches

    2. On the Change View “Conditions: Types”: Overview screen, choose New Entries button, and make the following entries:

    Proc. LA Description

    ZDR001 EN MatNumber/MatType

    3. Press Enter and select Control folder on the left pane and make the following entries:

    Step Cntr Ctyp From To Reqt AltCty AltCBV

    001 01 ZDR1 000 001 000 000 000

    4. Save the entries.

    Result

    Search procedures to determine receiving batches is defined.

    6. Define Derivation Events

    Use

    The purpose of this activity is to define the derivation event.

    Procedure

    1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options:

    Transaction Code

    IMG Menu Logistics - General Batch Management Derivation of Batch Data Define Derivation Events

    2. On the Change View “Assignment of Search Procedures to Derivation Events”: Overview screen, make the following entry:

    DE RecProc. SndrSch. Typ Window Control

    200 ZDR001 BDS001 S

    3. Save the entry.

    Result

    The derivation event is defined.

    7. Activate Split Valuation

    Use

    The purpose of this activity is to activate split valuation.

    Procedure

    1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options:

    Transaction Code OMW0

    IMG Menu Material Management  Valuation and Account Assignment  Split Valuation  Activate Split Valuation

    2. On the Activate Valuation screen, choose Split material valuation active.

    3. Save your entry.

    Entries made in this transaction will be not transported automatically.

    Result

    Split valuation was activated.

    8. Configure Split Valuation

    Use

    The purpose of this activity is to configure split valuation.

    Procedure

    1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options:

    Transaction Code OMWC

    IMG Menu Material Management  Valuation and Account Assignment  Split Valuation  Configure Split Valuation

    2. On the Split Valuation of Materials screen, choose Global categories.

    3. On the Global Valuation Categories screen, select Valuation Cat. X. From the menu bar, choose Goto  Global categories  Assignments  Cat.  OUs.

    4. On the Valuation Category X: Allocate to Plants screen, select the required plants and choose Activate.

    5. Save your changes.

    Result

    Split valuation was configured.

    9. Configure Pricing Procedure for Sales Order

    Use

    The purpose of this activity is to configure Pricing Procedure for sales order.

    Procedure

    2. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options:

    Transaction Code V/08

    IMG Menu Sales and Distribution

    Result

    Pricing Procedure was configured.

    1. IMG Settings for Scenario-2 (Batch Split Valuation based on Source)

    Update LOBM Standard Characteristics

    Use

    This activity copies LOBM standard characteristics from client 000 to the development client.

    Procedure

    6. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options:

    Transaction Code BMSM

    IMG Menu Logistics - General  Batch Management  Batch Valuation  Update Standard Characteristics

    7. On the Update the Standard Features dialog box, choose Yes.

    8. On the Maintain Standard Features LOBM screen, choose Back.

    9. On the Copy Object Lists between clients screen, choose Back.

    10. On the Maintaining Standard Characteristics with Object Dependencies screen, choose Back.

    Result

    You have copied the LOBM standard characteristics from client 000 into your development client.

    2. Create Class for Batch Management

    Use

    In this step, you define classes for use with batches.

    Procedure

    2. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options:

    Transaction Code CL02

    SAP R/3 Role Menu Installation ® Create Class for Batch Management

    3. Choose Create and maintain the necessary master data manually. The relevant data can be found in the file:

    Result

    The materials are later assigned to class in the material masters is used in the batch determination search strategies.

    3. Create Sort Sequence

    Use

    This activity creates the sort sequence used to sort batches during batch determination.

    Prerequisites

    As a rule, all characteristics (this applies to standard characteristics as well as to user-defined characteristics) used in the sort sequence must also be contained in the batch class.

    Procedure

    1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options:

    Transaction Code CU70

    SAP R/3 Role Menu Installation ®Create Sort Sequence

    2. To maintain the necessary master data manually, make the following entries:

    11. Save your entry.

    Result

    The sort sequence is created with characteristic

    4. Create Sort Sequence

    Use

    This activity creates the sort sequence used to sort batches during batch determination.

    Prerequisites

    As a rule, all characteristics (this applies to standard characteristics as well as to user-defined characteristics) used in the sort sequence must also be contained in the batch class.

    Procedure

    1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options:

    Transaction Code CU70

    SAP R/3 Role Menu Installation ®Create Sort Sequence

    3. To maintain the necessary master data manually, make the following entries:

    12. Save your entry.

    Result

    The sort sequence is created with characteristic

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    Posted on May 24, 2007 at 05:24 AM

    Hi

    I also want to know the step by step procedure of batch mgt.

    please forward that document to me also.

    Thanks &regards

    krishna_sapsd@yahoo.com

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