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PS -SD Integration

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Can anybody pls provide me the detailed information or useful docs which will give me good insight of PS -SD Integration. also share any useful links.

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    Posted on Sep 12, 2007 at 11:05 AM

    Dear Shiv,

    Following is the SD & PS integration scenarios where milestone billing & Periodic billing plays the implortant role for these integration:

    Milestone billing is typically used for billing projects, such as plant engineering and

    construction projects. Such projects often include a series of milestones that mark the

    completion of different stages of the work. In the SAP R/3 System, milestones are defined

    in a network along with planned and actual dates for the completion of work. The milestones

    are also assigned to the billing dates in the billing plan. The connection between the project and the sales document item is made in the individual

    schedule lines of the item. Each schedule item can be assigned to a network in a project.

    PS-SD Integration as below :

    A)Billing plan, at each WBS element, network and Activity level.

    B)DIP profile which is assigend to item category. DIP for resource related quotation works only with ECP ( easy cost planning).

    C)sales pricing - generally, there r 2 types of sales pricing in PS . lumpsum contract and unit rate contract.

    D)BOS - bill of Services. which has to be activated. It is industry specific solution. If BOS is activated you also have integration for vendor RFQ and Analysis.

    Further pls provide ME ur mail id , will mail some zip files regarding integration of SD module with all other module including PS.

    Reward points if find useful..

    Regards.........

    yogesh

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  • Posted on Sep 12, 2007 at 05:46 AM

    Shivshankar,

    PS SD integration happens during Milestone billing...

    Below is whole process-

    Billing Plan for Milestone Billing

    Milestone billing means distributing the total amount to be billed over multiple billing

    dates in the billing plan.

    As each milestone is successfully reached, the customer is billed either a percentage of

    the entire project cost or simply a pre-defined amount.

    During sales order processing, the system determines from the item category whether a

    billing plan is required and, if so, which type of plan

    The type of billing plan that is determined at this point is set up in Customizing and

    cannot be changed in the sales document.

    Billing plans for periodic billing and milestone billing plans for project-related milestone

    billing have different overview screens so that you can enter data relevant to your

    processing.

    For example, for milestone billing, you must be able to enter data to identify the

    individual milestones.

    IMG configuration requires :-

    1. Maintain billing plan types for milestone billing in OVBO.

    2. Define date description in SM30 - V_TVTB.

    3. Maintain Date Category for Billing Plan Type IN OVBJ.

    4. Allocate date category in SM30 - V_TFPLA_TY.

    5. Maintain date proposal for Billing Plan Type in OVBM.

    6. Assign Billing Plan Type to Sales Documents Type in OVBP.

    7. Assign Billing Plan Type to Item Categories in OVBR.

    8. Define rules for determining the date in OVBS.

    Milestone billing is typically used for billing projects, such as plant engineering and

    construction projects. Such projects often include a series of milestones that mark the

    completion of different stages of the work. In the SAP R/3 System, milestones are defined

    in a network along with planned and actual dates for the completion of work. The milestones

    are also assigned to the billing dates in the billing plan.

    Each milestone-related billing date is blocked for processing until the Project System

    confirms that the milestone is completed.

    Delivery-relevant order items for which a milestone billing plan applies are billed on the

    basis of the requested delivery quantity and not on the total of the confirmed quantities.

    The connection between the project and the sales document item is made in the individual

    schedule lines of the item. Each schedule item can be assigned to a network in a project.

    To display the project-related data for a schedule line, proceed as follows:

    In one of the overview screens of the sales document, select

    1. Item -> Schedule lines.

    2. Mark the schedule line and select Procurement details.

    The following figure shows an example of milestone billing where only the Contract have

    been billed :

    Order Item Turbine 100,000

    Billing Plan

    Billing date Description % Value Billing Block Milestone Billing Status

    01-10-94 Contract 10 10,000 - x x

    01-03-95 Assembly 30 30,000 x x

    01-04-95 Maintenance 30 30,000 x x

    01-05-95 Acceptance 30 30,000 x x

    01-06-95 Final invoice .. .. x

    Network/Activities

    Milestone Estimate Actual

    Assembly 01-03-95 01-03-95

    Maintenance 01-04-95

    Acceptance 01-05-95

    For each billing date in a milestone billing plan, you can specify whether the billing

    date is:

    1. fixed

    2. always updated with the actual date of the milestone

    3. updated with the actual date of the milestone, if the date is earlier than the

    planned billing date for the date

    REWARD POINTS IF U FINDS THIS AS USEFUL...

    Regds

    MM

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    Posted on Sep 12, 2007 at 05:06 AM

    Hi Project System(PS) works for any project e.g construction, operation or any large projects where project management tools are required. it integrates all modules may be like MM for vendor process or for RFQ etc or say may be SD for Resource related quotation with the help of DIP profile or Milestone process etc. IT is largely used in construction projects. IT helps in controlling the whole of project from one single screen and it works with 3 elements WBS element ( work break down structure), Network and Activity.

    Please go throgh this Please check this links perhaps they may help.

    http://help.sap.com/bp_imcv1500/IMC_US/HTML/preconfigured_scenarios.htm

    ETO:

    http://help.sap.com/bp_imcv1500/IMC_DE/HTML/E83_EN_DE.htm

    http://help.sap.com/bp_bblibrary/500/HTML/E46_EN_DE.htm

    MTO:

    http://help.sap.com/bp_bblibrary/500/HTML/V66_BB_EN_US.htm

    http://help.sap.com/bp_imcv1500/IMC_DE/HTML/E70_MTOQuotProc_EN_DE.htm

    PS - SD integration are on

    1.Billing pan, at each WBS element, network and Activity level.

    2. DIP profile which is assigend to item category. DIP for resource related quotation works only with ECP ( easy cost planning).

    3.sales pricing - generally, there r 2 types of sales pricing in PS . lumpsum contract and unit rate contract.

    4. BOS - bill of Services. which has to be activated. It is industry specific solution. If BOS is activated you also have integration for vendor RFQ and Analysis.

    5. resource related Billing

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