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SIS Configuration

Hi Gurus,

Can anyone please help me in SIS configuration, when i use TCode MCTA and execute it says no data exists.

Also anything specific like, cust stat grp to be maintained in Cust Master.

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Thanks and regards

AK

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    Posted on Aug 20, 2007 at 09:11 AM
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    Posted on Aug 20, 2007 at 09:12 AM

    Hi Anil,

    Please find the below SAP Standard Reports Data:

    Reports: Reports consist of data, which is expected to be reveiwed or checked the transaction taken in said period. Reports are useful for analysis of decision taking for future activities.

    Some of the standard reports for SD & its configuration guide is as under:

    Standard SAP SD Reports:=

    Statistic Group:

    Purpose – To capture data for Standard Reports, we require to activate Statistic Group as under:

    --> Item category (Configuration)

    --> Sales document type (Configuration)

    --> Customer (Maintain in Master data)

    --> Material (Maintain in Master data)

    When you generate statistics in the logistics information system, the system uses the combination of specified statistics groups to determine the appropriate update sequence. The update sequence in turn determines for exactly which fields the statistics are generated.

    Configuration:

    IMG --> Logistics Information System (LIS) --> Logistics Data Warehouse --> Updating --> Updating Control --> Settings: Sales --> Statistics Groups -->

    1. Maintain Statistics Groups for Customers

    2. Maintain Statistics Groups for Material

    3. Maintain Statistics Groups for Sales Documents

    4. Assign Statistics Groups for Each Sales Document Type

    5. Assign Statistics Groups for each Sales Document Item Type.....

    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

    Please Reward If Really Helpful,

    Thanks and Regards,

    Sateesh.Kandula

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    Posted on Aug 20, 2007 at 09:13 AM

    Step-by-Step Guide to Activating a Self-Defined SIS Structure

    IMG menu path for SIS: IMG>Logistics General>Logistics Information System (LIS)

    Figure 1: IMG menu path for SIS configuration steps

    Task 1: Create Self-Defined Information Structure

    • Use transaction code MC21 (menu path Logistics Data Warehouse>Data Basis>Information Structures>Maintain self-defined information structures> Create) to create a Self-Defined Information Structure. Give a customer-range number 990 (any available number between 501 and 999). To make it easier, use ‘copy from’ to copy structure from S001.

    Figure 2: Create a Self-Defined Info Structure

    Figure 3: Structure S990 is created as a copy of S001

    Structure S990 is created as a copy of S001. Accordingly, you will see defaulted characteristics and key figures. Review various settings (unit, sum, etc.).

    • Add two more characteristics: Sales Order Number and Item Number.

    Click on ‘Choose Characteristics’ Icon and then click on ‘Selection List’ icon to choose fields from ‘field catalogs’.

    Choose field catalog ‘SD: Bus transaction (order)’ by double-clicking it. Double-click on ‘Sales Document’ and ‘Sales document item’ from ‘field catalog fields’ (you may need to scroll-down).

    Figure 4: Choose fields ‘Sales Document’ and ‘Sales Document Item’ from Field Catalog

    You can view technical names by toggling the Switch Display icon.

    Figure 5: ‘Switch display’ to view technical names

    Make sure that you have selected correct characteristics as: ‘MCVBAK-VBELN’ and ‘MCVBAP-POSNR’.

    Click on ‘Copy + Close’ icon and then click on ‘Copy’ icon to accept the changes.

    • Review information

    Double-click on characteristics and key figures to review technical information. This step is not mandatory, just for information.

    Figure 6: Review technical field information for characteristics: Customer (KUNNR), Sales Order (VBELN), Item (POSNR) and Key figures: Incoming Order (AENETWR), Open Order (OAUWE)

    System displays the generation log.

    Figure 7: Generation log for Structure S990. Table S990E is ‘Structural Information’ for Table S990

    Task 2: Maintain Update Groups

    • SIS IMG>Logistics Data Warehouse>Updating>Updating Definition>General Definition Using Update Groups>Maintain Update Groups

    Figure 8: Update Groups for Sales and Distribution

    No new entries need to be created. You can use the existing system-delivered update groups. Use Update Group (UpdGrp) 1 for the standard order process of: SIS: Sales Document, Delivery, Billing Document and use UpdGrp 2 for the SIS: Returns, Returns Delivery, Credit Memo.

    Task 3: Maintain Update Rules

    • SIS IMG>Logistics Data Warehouse>Updating>Updating Definition>Specific definition using Update Rules>Maintain Update Rules>Display

    Info Structure S001 and Update Group 1.

    Before we create update rules for S990, let's review how update rules are defined for S001. Review rules for Characteristics and key figures.

    Figure 9: Update Rules for combination of Structure S001 and Update Group 1

    Double-click to review specific details of the update rule for Key Figure ‘Incoming Orders’. Note that the event is ‘VA – Sales Order creation’.

    Figure 10: Update rules for Key Figure ‘Incoming Orders’

    Figure 11: Characteristics for Incoming Orders

    Similarly review details of Key Figure ‘Sales’. Note that the Invoiced Amount (Sales Amount) is updated by event ‘VD – Billing Document’.

    Figure 11: Update rules for Key Figure ‘Sales’

    Figure 12: Characteristics for ‘Sales’

    • Similar to Update Rules of ‘S001’, we need to create Update Rules for our Self-Defined Structure ‘S990’.

    SIS IMG>Logistics Data Warehouse>Updating>Updating Definition>Specific definition using Update Rules>Maintain Update Rules>Create (transaction code MC24). To make it easier, use ‘copy from’ to copy update rules from S001.

    Figure 13: Create Update Rules for Structure S990

    Please make sure the Source information is properly updated for all the characteristics. Since you copied the rules, the sales order and item rules are defaulted too. Make sure appropriate changes are made for events VC (delivery) and VD (Invoice).

    Figure 14: Source Characteristics for Sales Document and Item

    Since we copied the Update Rules, the source field and table information is also copied. We need to change appropriately to make sure correct source information is populated. Click on “Rules for charact” and verify source information for every key figure, by clicking on ‘previous key figure’ and ‘next key figure’.

    Figure 15: For Event ‘VD – Billing Document’, Sales Document and Item are present in MCVBRP table

    Figure 16: For Event ‘VC – Shipping’, Sales Document and Item are present in MCLIPS table

    Change Source information for following to MCVBRP-AUBEL and MCVBRP-AUPOS:

    o Sales

    o Gross Invoiced Sales

    o Net Invoiced Sls 1

    o Net Invoiced Sls 2

    o Inv freight Chrgs

    o Bill Docmnt PS5

    o Bill Docmnt PS6

    o Invoiced Qty

    o Invoiced sls – cost

    Change Source information for following to MCLIPS-VGBEL and MCLIPS-VGPOS:

    o Open Orders

    o Open Order Qty

    - Save and Generate by clicking on the Generate icon.

    • Similarly, copy update rules for Update Group 2. Transaction Code MC24.

    Repeat these rules for the combination of information structure S990 and update group 2. (“Copy from” info structure S001 and Update group 2).

    Figure 17: Maintain Update Rules for Structure S990 and Update Group 2

    Again, click on “Rules for charact” and verify source information for every key figure, by clicking on ‘previous key figure’ and ‘next key figure’.

    Change Source information for following to MCVBRP-AUBEL and MCVBRP-AUPOS:

    o Credit Memos

    o Gross Credit Memos

    o Net Credit Memos 1

    o Net Credit Memos 2

    o Credit memos – freight

    o Credit memos – subtotal 5

    o Credit memos – subtotal 6

    o Credit memos qty

    o Credit memos – cost

    Task 4: Maintain Statistics Groups

    • Maintain Statistics Groups

    Maintain Statistics Groups for Customers, Materials, SD Document Types etc. Most of the pre-defined settings are enough. Make sure that settings are updated for customized objects too, e.g., SD document types for your organizations.

    Also, make sure that the customer (sales view) and material Master records are updated with appropriate Statistics Groups.

    Figure 18: Maintain and assign statistics groups. IMG path: Updating> Updating Control> Settings: Sales> Statistics Groups

    - Maintain Statistics Groups for Customers (OVRA)

    Figure 19: Statistics Groups for Customers

    - Maintain Statistics Groups for Material (OVRF)

    Figure 20: Statistics Groups for Materials

    - Maintain Statistics Groups for Sales Document

    Figure 21: Statistics Groups for Sales Documents

    - Assign Statistics Groups for relevant Sales Document Type

    Figure 22: Assign Statistics Groups to relevant Sales Documents

    - Assign Statistics Groups for each Sales Document Item Type

    Figure 23: Assign Statistics Groups to relevant Item Categories

    -Assign Statistics Groups to each Delivery Type

    Figure 24: Assign Statistics Groups to relevant Delivery Types

    -Assign Statistics Groups to each Delivery Item Type

    Figure 25: Assign Statistics Groups to relevant Delivery Item Categories

    - Determine Billing Document Types Relevant to Statistics

    Figure 26: Assign Statistics Groups to relevant Billing Types

    Note: As mentioned earlier, most of the settings are already set in standard system. Make sure that customized objects specific to your company are also updated appropriately.

    - Update Customer Master for Statistics Relevancy

    Transaction Code XD02 (Sales view, field “Cust stats.Grp”)

    Figure 27: Assign Statistics Groups to Customer Master Records (Sales view)

    - Update Material for Statistics Relevancy

    Transaction Code MM02 (Sales 2 view, field “Matl statistics grp”)

    Figure 28: Assign Statistics Groups to Material Master Records (Sales view)

    Task 5: Assign Update Groups to Header and Item Levels

    • Assign Update Groups on Header and Item levels

    For combinations of Sales Area (Sales Org, Distribution Channel, Division), assign Update groups (transaction codes OVRO and OVRP).

    SIS IMG>Logistics Data Warehouse>Updating>Updating Control>Settings: Sales>Update Group

    - Update Groups at Item Level

    Figure 29: Update Groups at Item Level

    Figure 30: Update Groups at Item Level - details

    - Update Groups at Header Level

    Figure 31: Update Groups at Header Level

    Figure 32: Update Groups at Header Level - details.

    Task 6: Activate SIS Update

    • Lastly, Activate SIS Update for the Structure (transaction code OMO1)

    SIS IMG path: Logistics Data Warehouse>Updating>Updating Control>Activate Update>Choose Activity as Sales and Distribution.

    Let's update our SIS structure S990 with period as ‘Month’ and update option of ‘Asynchronous Updating (2)’.

    Figure 33: Activate SIS Update for S990

    SIS tests with Sales Order Processing (Order>Delivery>Invoice)

    • Create a Sales Order, transaction code VA01

    Figure 34: Create a standard Sales Order and Sales Order 6437 is saved

    (Pricing details)

    Figure 35: Pricing Details for the Sales Order

    • Execute transaction ‘MC30’ to find out which information structures are updated. Please note that this step is not mandatory.

    Transaction code ‘MC30’ is worth mentioning here. This transaction code, provided user parameter MCL is set to ‘X’ in user’s master record, provides analysis of which structures are updated for the activity. It generates a log of updates to Information Structures and detailed analysis. Since, it can take resources, it is advisable not to set user parameter MCL in productive system.

    Figure 36: Transaction MC30 lists that Structure S990 is updated

    Double-click on S990 line to view more details.

    Figure 37: Transaction MC30 details for Structure S990

    • Execute Standard Analysis Report.

    SAP>Logistics>Sales & Distribution>Sales Information System>Standard Analyses>Self defined analysis (transaction code MCSI). (Choose Structure S990). Enter appropriate values and execute.

    Figure 38: Standard Analysis report for Structure S990

    Figure 39: Standard Analysis report for Structure S990 for given criteria

    • Create a Delivery/PGI and review its impact on Standard Analysis Report.

    Delivery 80007493 Saved, execute MC30 to review the update log.

    Figure 40: At the time of Delivery/PGI, Structure S990 is updated

    Figure 41: At the time of delivery, since Order is no more open, Open Order value is reduced

    Please note in the Standard Analysis report that the Open Order value is reduced accordingly.

    Figure 42: Standard Analysis report reflects correct Open Order value

    • Create an Invoice and review SIS report.

    Invoice 90021696 saved. Review Update log with MC30.

    Figure 43: Invoiced/Sales amount is updated at the time of invoice

    Note that in the Standard Analysis report, Sales value has increased.

    Figure 44: Standard Analysis report reflects correct Sales Amount

    • Summary changes in Information structure depending upon Sales activity

    Sales Order: Note Open Order has EUR 49.60 value.

    Delivery: Note Open Order value is reduced.

    Invoice: Note Sales column reflects correct invoiced amount.

    Figure 45: Summary – Information Structures reflects correct values depending upon the status of transaction: whether order created, shipped or invoiced

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