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Can anyone send me <b>SD notes</b> please ...........................

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  • Jul 26, 2007 at 09:00 AM

    Hi ,

    Please do check the messages of Mr.Ruchi Thakur in this forum which gives a good perspective of SAP SD.

    I really thank Mr.Ruchi Thakur for the attachment.

    Regards,

    Sarosh

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    Jul 26, 2007 at 09:01 AM

    Dear Srinivas,

    Visit the followingl links:

    https://wiki.sdn.sap.com/wiki/display/ERPLO/SD+Configuration

    https://www.sdn.sap.com/irj/sdn/wiki?path=/display/erplo/cin%2bconfiguration

    Also, visit the following threads:

    SAP SD Configuraton training

    /message/3505991#3505991 [original link is broken]

    SD Configuration:

    Enterprise Structure:

    1. Maintaining Sales Organization

    Sales Organization is an organizational unit responsible for the sale of certain products or services.

    IMG -> Enterprise Structure -> Definition -> Sales and Distribution -> Define, copy, delete, check Sales organization

    2. Assigning Sales Organization to Company Code

    This assignment ensures all the sales made through this Sales Organization are accounted for in the assigned Company Code (Company Code is created by FI Consultant).

    IMG -> Enterprise Structure -> Assignment -> Sales and Distribution -> Assign Sales Organziation to Company Code

    3. Maintaining Distribution Channel

    Distribution Channel is the way, in which Products or Services reach Customers.

    IMG -> Enterprise Structure -> Definition -> Sales and Distribution -> Define, copy, delete, check distribution channel

    4. Assigning Distribution Channel to Sales Organization

    This assignment ensures, a Sales Organization can supply Materials to Customers through this Distribution Channel.

    IMG -> Enterprise Structure -> Assignment -> Sales and Distribution > Assign distribution channel to sales organization

    5. Maintaining Division

    Division is a way of grouping materials, products, or services.

    IMG -> Enterprise Structure -> Definition -> Logistics - General -> Define, copy, delete, check division

    6. Assigning Division to Sales Organization

    IMG -> Enterprise Structure -> Assignment -> Sales and Distribution -> Assign division to sales organization

    7. Setting up Sales Area

    All the sales are made from a particular sales Area. For creating a Sales Order Sales Area is compulsory.

    IMG ->Enterprise Structure -> Assignment -> Sales and Distribution -> Set up sales area

    8. Assigning Sales Organization- Distribution Channel- Plant

    Plant is created ny MM Consultant.

    IMG -> Enterprise Structure -> Assignment -> Sales and Distribution -> Assign sales organization - distribution channel - plant

    9. Define Shipping Points

    Shipping Point is the Organizational element, which is responsible for shipping the Materials to the Customers.

    IMG -> Enterprise Structure -> Definition -> Logistics Execution -> Define, copy, delete, check shipping point

    10 Assigning Shipping Point to Plant

    This assignment ensures that goods from different Plant can be dispatched from different Shipping Points.

    IMG -> Enterprise Structure -> Assignment -> Logistics Execution -> Assign shipping point to plant

    Note: Ensure to do the undermentioned configuration also though it is not in Customizing node of Enterprise Structure.

    11. Defining Common Distribution Channels for Master Data

    Use

    The purpose of this activity is to define distribution channels which have common master data..

    Procedure

    Access the activity using one of the following navigation options:

    IMG Menu -> Sales and Distribution -> Master Data -> Define Common Distribution Channels

    Transaction Code: VOR1

    12. Defining Common Divisions for Master DataUse

    The purpose of this activity is to define distribution channels which have common master data..

    Procedure

    Access the activity using one of the following navigation options:

    IMG Menu -> Sales and Distribution -> Master Data -> Define Common Division

    Transaction Code: VOR2

    Pricing Procedure

    In SD, Pricing Procedure is determined based on Sales Area (Sales Organization + Distribution Centre + Division) + Customer Pricing Procedure + Document Pricing Procedure. Sales Area is determined in Sales Order Header Level. Customer Pricing Procedure is determined from Customer Master. Document Pricing Procedure is determined from Sales Document Type / Billing Type (if configured). Once the pricing procedure is determined, Condition records are fetched. If appropriate condition records are found, the price is determined. If Mandatory pricing condition is missing, system will through an error message.

    In SD, the steps to configure Pricing procedure are as under:

    Step 1:

    Condition table: If existing condition table meets the requirement, we need not create a new condition table. Considering the requirement for new condition table, the configuration will be done in spro as follows: IMG --> Sales & Distribution --> Basic Function --> Pricing Control --> Condition Table (select the required fields combination, which will store condition record).

    Step 2:

    Access Sequence: If existing access sequence meets the requirement, we need not create a new access sequence. Considering the requirement for new sequence, the configuration will be done in spro as follows: IMG --> Sales & Distribution --> Basic Function --> Pricing Control --> Access Sequence (Access sequence is made up of Accesses (Tables) & the order of priority in which it is to be accessed. Here we assign the condition table to access sequence.

    Step 3:

    Condition Type: If existing condition type meets the requirement, we need not create a new condition type. Considering the requirement for new condition type, the configuration will be done in spro as follows: IMG --> Sales & Distribution --> Basic Function --> Pricing Control --> Condition Type. It is always recommended to copy an existing similar condition type & make the neccessary changes. Here we assign Access sequence to Condition type.

    Step 4:

    a. Pricing Procedure: It is recommended to copy a similar pricing procedure & make the neccesary changes in new pricing procedure. Pricing Procedure is a set of condition type & arranged in the sequence in which it has to perform the calculation. Considering the requirement for new Pricing Procedure, the configuration will be done in spro as follows: IMG --> Sales & Distribution --> Basic Function --> Pricing Control --> Pricing Procedure --> Maintain Pricing Procedure.

    b. Pricing Procedure: After maintaining the pricing procedure the next step will be determination of pricing procedure. Configuration for determining pricing procedure in SPRO is as follows: IMG --> Sales & Distribution --> Basic Function --> Pricing Control --> Pricing Procedure --> Determine Pricing Procedure.

    5. Condition record: Condition record is a master data, which is required to be maintained by Core team / person responsible from the client. During new implementation, the condition records can be uploaded using tools like SCAT, LSMW, etc.

    Normal Sales Order Cycle:-

    Step 1: Sales Document Type

    IMG > Sales and Distribution > Sales > Sales Documents >

    Sales Document Header:

    1. Sales Document Type:The sales document types represent the different business transactions, such as Inquiry, Quotation, Sales Order, etc. To create new sales order type, always copy as with reference to similar sales order. If possible use standard sales order.

    2. Define Number Ranges For Sales Documents: Maintain number range with discussion with core team.

    3. Assign Sales Area To Sales Document Types:

    A. Combine sales organizations / Combine distribution channels / Combine divisions: Ensure to maintain these, else Sales Order creation will give error.

    B. Assign sales order types permitted for sales areas: Assign only required Sales Order Types to required Sales Area. This will minimize selection of Sales Order Type as per sales area.

    Sales Document Item:

    1. Define Item Categories: If possible use Standard Item Category. Incase if required to create new, copy as from standard & maintain New.

    2. Assign Item Categories: If possible, use standard. Formula for deriving item category: Sales Document Type + Item Category Group + Usage + Higher Level Item Category = Item Category

    Schedule Line:

    1. Define Schedule Line Categories: If possible use Standard Schedule Lines. Incase if required to create new, copy as from standard & maintain New.

    2. Assign Schedule Line Categories: If possible, use standard. Formula for deriving Schedule Line: Item Category + MRP Type / No MRP Type.

    Step 2:

    IMG > Logistic Execution > Shipping > Deliveries >

    1. Define Delivery Types: If possible use Standard Delivery Type. Incase if required to create new, copy as from standard & maintain New.

    2. Define Item Categories for Deliveries: If possible use Standard Item Categories for Delivery Type. Incase if required to create new, copy as from standard & maintain New.

    3. Define Number Ranges for Deliveries: Ensure to maintain number range.

    Step 3:

    IMG > Sales and Distribution > Billing >

    1. Define Billing Types: If possible use Standard Billing Type. Incase if required to create new, copy as from standard & maintain New.

    2. Define Number Range For Billing Documents: Ensure to maintain number range.

    3. Maintain Copying Control For Billing Documents: Maintain relevant copy controls such as Sales Order to Billing, Deliver to Billing, etc.

    The configuration differs from scenario to scenario & requirement of the client.

    Interesting &important link to learn much more about configuration & business process is as under:

    Link: http://help.sap.com/

    Path: SAP Best Practices --> Baseline Packages --> Based on SAP ECC 5.00 --> Select Country: for eg, Localized for India --> Technical Information --> Building Blocks --> Select Country for eg, India --> List of Basic Configuration & scenarios will be listed.

    Select the required basic configuration / scenario. These will consist of overview, configuration guide, business process, master data &so on.

    All Standard Reports which are available are as under:

    SAP Easy Access: Information Systems -> Logistics -> Sales and distribution ->

    1. Customer -> Incoming orders / Returns / Sales / Credit memos / Sales activities / Customer master / Conditions / Credit Master Sheet

    2. Material -> Incoming orders / Returns / Sales / Credit memos / Material master / ...

    3. Sales organization -> Sales organization / Sales office / Sales employee

    4. Shipping point -> Deliveries / Returns

    5. SD documents -> Orders / Deliveries / Billing documents ...

    & so on.

    Some of the Standard reports in SD are:

    Sales summary - VC/2

    Display Customer Hierarchy - VDH2

    Display Condition record report - V/I6

    Pricing Report - V/LD

    Create Net Price List - V_NL

    List customer material info - VD59

    List of sales order - VA05

    List of Billing documents - VF05

    Inquiries list - VA15

    Quotation List - VA25

    Incomplete Sales orders - V.02

    Backorders - V.15

    Outbound Delivery Monitor - VL06o

    Incomplete delivery - V_UC

    Customer Returns-Analysis - MC+A

    Customer Analysis- Sales - MC+E

    Customer Analysis- Cr. Memo - MC+I

    Deliveries-Due list - VL04

    Billing due list - VF04

    Incomplete Billing documents - MCV9

    Customer Analysis-Basic List - MCTA

    Material Analysis(SIS) - MCTC

    Sales org analysis - MCTE

    Sales org analysis-Invoiced sales - MC+2

    Material Analysis-Incoming orders - MC(E

    General- List of Outbound deliveries - VL06f

    Material Returns-Analysis - MC+M

    Material Analysis- Invoiced Sales - MC+Q

    Variant configuration Analysis - MC(B

    Sales org analysis-Incoming orders - MC(I

    Sales org analysis-Returns - MC+Y

    Sales office Analysis- Invoiced Sales - MC-E

    Sales office Analysis- Returns - MC-A

    Shipping point Analysis - MC(U

    Shipping point Analysis-Returns - MC-O

    Blocked orders - V.14

    Order Within time period - SD01

    Duplicate Sales orders in period - SDD1

    Display Delivery Changes - VL22

    Regards,

    Naveen.

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    Jul 26, 2007 at 09:42 AM

    Hi Srinivas,

    Please find import stuff below:

    SD FLOW OVERVIEW:

    Sales

    Inquiry - A customer’s request to a company that they provide a quotation or sales information without obligation. An inquiry can relate to materials or services, conditions and if necessary delivery dates. The sales area that accepts the inquiry becomes responsible for further processing.

    Quotation - A quotation presents the customer with a legally binding offer for delivering a product or providing a service within certain fixed conditions. This offer is legally binding for the company within a specified time period. A sales area can reply to a customer inquiry with a customer quotation or use it to refer to a business partner contact.

    Sales Order - Request from a customer to a company to deliver a defined quantity of products or provide a service at a certain time.

    The sales area that accepts the inquiry is responsible for completing the agreement.

    Create Delivery:a. Picking - The picking process involves taking goods from a storage location and staging the right quantity in a picking area where the goods will be prepared for shipping.

    b. Packing - Packing is part of delivery- and shipment processing. When you process a delivery, you can select delivery items for packing and assign them to handling units (HUs).

    c. Goods Issue - As soon as the goods leave the company, the shipping business activity is finished. This is illustrated using goods issue for outbound deliveries.

    Billing - Billing represents the final processing stage for a business transaction in Sales and Distribution. Information on billing is available at every stage of order processing and delivery processing.

    Sales Order Management Transactions

    SALES ORDER PROCESSING

    Creating Sales Order - VA01

    Maintaining a Sales Order - VA02

    Displaying a Sales Order - VA03

    Releasing an Order or Delivery from Credit Hold: Non-Flooring - VKM1

    Display List of RMAs by Customer - VA05

    Confirm RMA Goods Receipt - VL02

    Generate list of open return orders for deletion - VA05

    Display Customer returns eligibility - MCSI

    Removing a Billing Block (Approving Credit/Debit Requests) - V.23

    PRICING MASTER DATA

    Create Pricing - VK11

    Creating a Sales Deal - VB21

    Maintaining a Sales Deal - VB22

    Displaying a Sales Deal - VB23

    Maintaining Prices - VK12

    Displaying Prices - VK13

    MATERIAL MASTER DATA

    Creating Material Substitution Master Data - VB11

    Maintaining/Deleting Material Substitution Master Data - VB12

    Displaying Material Substitution Master Data - VB13

    Creating a Bundled Master - MM01

    Creating a Sales BOM - CS01

    Maintaining a Sales BOM - CS02

    Displaying a Sales BOM - CS03

    CUSTOMER MASTER DATA

    Creating Partner Records - XD01

    Maintaining Customer Master Data - XD02

    Displaying Customer Master Data - XD03

    Deactivating a Partner - VD06

    CUSTOMER CREDIT INFO

    Creating/Maintaining New Customer Credit Information - FD32

    Displaying Customer Credit Information - FD33

    Blocking or Unblocking a Customer - VD05

    SHIPPING

    Creating a Delivery - VL01N

    Displaying a Delivery - VL03N

    Changing a Delivery - VL02N

    Shipment Inquiry / Display - VT03

    Adjusting Transfer Order - Confirmation Quantity - LT12

    Collectively Confirm Transfer Order - LT25

    Batch Shipment Confirmation - VL19

    PGI Reversal Cancellation - VL09

    Creating Service Provider/Carrier Master Data - XK01

    Maintaining Serive Provider/Carrier Master Data - XK02

    Displaying Service Provider/Carrier Master Data - XK03

    Maintaining Product Master/Serial # Profile/Unit of Measure/Shipping Unit - MM02

    IDoc Inquiry - WE02 / WE05

    BILLING

    Invoicing a Customer Shipment - VF01

    Reprinting an Invoice - VF31

    Releasing a Sales Order for Billing - V.23

    Creating an Invoice by Using the Billing Due List - VF04

    Checking Open Billing Documents - VF05

    Create Credit/Debit Memo - FB01

    A/R

    Controlling Total Debit/Credit bkgs - F.03

    Generate FI Account balance - F.08

    Generate Month-to-date Inv. register - F.02

    Process payments - FBZ1

    Rqst Individual Customer Corresp. - FB12

    Generate Customer Correspondence - F.61

    Enter Batch totals under Control ttl - FB07

    Display G/L Acct. totals - FBL3N

    Reverse Posted Amounts - FB08

    Customer Refunds - FBL6

    Customer Refund to other than Payer - FB05

    Clearing Debit/Credit on Cust. acct. - FB1D

    Customer Balance in Local Currency - F.23

    G/L Account Balance Report - F.08

    Create Invoice - legal entity adjust - FB01

    Generate Cust. Acct. statements - F.27

    Generate Dunning Letters - F150

    Generate Billing Due List - VF04

    Generate Blocked Billing Doc list - VFX3

    Inq. via Credit Release Screen - VKM1

    List orders by partner - VA05

    Past Due invoices by customer - FD11

    Check number info by G/L account - FBL3N

    Display customer Line items - FBL5N

    Please Reward If Really Helpful,

    Thanks and Regards,

    Sateesh.Kandula

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    Jul 26, 2007 at 09:52 AM

    Please check your mail, I have sent some thing on SD concept through which you can easily remember the controls.

    With regards,

    Satya.

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    Jul 26, 2007 at 10:00 AM

    Hi Srinivas,

    PLease visit the site www.sap-img.com/sap-sd.htm for overview of SD Module.

    Hope this helps you.

    Do award points if you found them useful.

    Regards,

    Rakesh

    P.S. you can send me a mail at my mail id rakeshsinghchauhan@gmail.com for any specific details

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    • Hi,

      List of Good SAP SD Related books for your kind reference which is available in the market is as follow:

      <b>SAP Sales & Distribution Books

      </b>

      1. Effective SAP SD - Author: D. Iyer, Publisher: SAP Press – Description - Understand and use SAP SD effectively and efficiently. A reference guide for the SAP SD professional. Learn aspects of SD functionality and essential technical details SAP SD. This book helps you fully leverage your SD implementation as it clarifies how SD works through explanations and practical examples. Understand how SD works from a functional and a technical perspective. Discover how SD integrates and interacts with other key SAP modules and understand how it relates to BadIs, BAPIs and IDocs. Highlights Include: - Master Data Applications - Key Techniques - Supply Chain Extension of SD - Financial and Controlling Interface - Reporting and Analytics - Special Order Processing - Data transfer, Notification, Interchange and Interface - E-Sales and Distribution - Enhancements, Upgrades, and Extension

      2. Implementing SAP R/3 Sales and Distribution - Author: Glynn C. Williams, Publisher: McGraw-Hill Osborne Media; Description: A SAP Sales & Distribution consultant provides a practical guide to implementing this new module in the R/3 system. In this book you’ll get information on the ins and outs of the software, including basic functions, sales document flow, invoicing, and how the S&D module interfaces with other modules. Sales processes and delivery systems are crucial functions in today’s businesses & this guide provides a useful guide to the same. Find out where to access data throughout the system, configure and implement the sales and distribution model.

      3. SAP SD Interview Questions, Answers, and Explanations - Author: Jim Stewart; Publisher: Equity Press; Book description: The Ultimate Learning Guide for SAP SD Consultants. Includes certification Questions, Answers, and explanations!

      1. It' s clear that SAP SD is one of the most challenging areas in SAP. Finding resources can be difficult. SAP SD Interview Questions, Answers, and Explanations guides you through your learning process. From helping you to assess your SD skills to evaluating candidates for a job, SAP SD Interview Questions will put you on the path to understanding what you really need to know. The book is organized around three areas of SAP SD: SD Fundamentals, SD Functional Configuration, and SD transactions and master data. Each question includes everything you need to know to master the interview or properly evaluate a candidate. More than just a rehash of SAP documentation and sales presentations, each question is based on project knowledge and experience gained on successful high-profile mySAP SD implementations.

      2. Key interview topics include:

      i. The most important SD settings to know

      ii. SAP SD administration tables and transaction code quick references

      iii. SAP SD Certification Examination Question

      iv. Sales Organization and Document Flow Introduction

      v. Partner Procedures

      vi. Backorder Processing

      vii. Sales BOM

      viii. Third Party Ordering

      ix. Rebates and Refunds

      3. Download Description - The Ultimate Learning Guide for SAP SD Consultants. Includes certification Questions, Answers, and Explanations! It' s clear that SAP SD is one of the most challenging areas in SAP. Finding resources can be difficult. SAP SD Interview Questions, Answers, and Explanations guides you through your learning process. From helping you to assess your SD skills to evaluating candidates for a job, SAP SD Interview Questions will put you on the path to understanding what you really need to know. The book is organized around three areas of SAP SD: SD Fundamentals, SD Functional Configuration, and SD transactions and master data. Each question includes everything you need to know to master the interview or properly evaluate a candidate. More than just a rehash of SAP documentation and sales presentations, each question is based on project knowledge and experience gained on successful high-profile mySAP SD implementations. Key interview topics include: The most important SD settings to know, SAP SD administration tables and transaction code quick references, SAP SD Certification Examination Question, Sales Organization and Document Flow Introduction, Partner Procedures, Backorder Processing, Sales BOM, Backorder Processing, Third Party Ordering, Rebates and Refunds, Everything an SD resource needs to know before an interview

      5. Administering Sap R/3: Sd-Sales and Distribution Module - by Bernard Dodd (Editor), Jonathan Blain (Editor), Publisher: Asap World Consultancy (Corporate Author), Maggie Fitzgibbon (Editor), Pub: Que; Book description: This book is the ideal manual for people installing or administering the Sales & Distribution module or for those managing a site utilizing the SD module. The book provides specific examples of how to conduct sales transactions, accounting for those transactions, remote sales force automation, managing distribution of product, and many other business aspects affected by the SD- Sales & Distribution module. This book is filled with practical examples of how to structure your sales and distribution departments and processes to utilize the SD modules to save time and money. Also, includes tips for sales managers and sales reps, as well as valuable insight for distribution center managers. Specific information on how to use the sales force automation module SD- Sales & Distribution of SAP; The sales & distribution module is one of the most popular SAP modules particularly as sales force automation becomes increasingly popular; A fast, concise guide to everything the administrator needs to know to run the sales & distribution components of SAP; Contains valuable tips and examples that show sales reps and managers and distribution center employees how to get up and running quickly with SAPand save time and money

      Regards,

      Sarosh<u></u>