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Vendor Master

Hi Friends,

I have one issue. I have 4 company codes and 1 purchase organisation.

If I created one vendor for one company code, can other three companies access the same vendor? or I need to extend the same vendor code to other companies also.

Regards,

santosh

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    Posted on Sep 28, 2007 at 09:18 AM

    Hi Santosh

    U need to extend it for other company codes

    Or u can do it through BDC

    Vishal...

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    Posted on Sep 28, 2007 at 09:31 AM

    How is the Vendor Master Record Structured?

    Vendor master records contain important data on your vendors. You can also store data in the

    vendor master record that applies to certain specific organizational levels (e.g. company code,

    purchasing organization, plant) within your enterprise.

    The vendor master record consists of three areas:

    1. General data

    Data that applies equally to each company code within your enterprise (address,

    telephone number, language in which you communicate with your vendor, etc.).

    2. Company code data

    Data kept at company code level (payment transactions, number of control account,

    etc.).

    3. Purchasing data

    Data of importance with regard to your enterprise’s purchasing activities and which is

    kept at purchasing organization level (contact person, terms of delivery, etc.).

    The following Data Retention Levels [Ext.] of particular relevance to the wholesale/retail

    trade exist below the “purchasing organization” level:

    _ Vendor Sub-Range [Ext.] (VSR)

    _ Plant

    _ Vendor sub-range/plant

    In addition to the data applicable to a specific purchasing organization, you can maintain

    purchasing data or partner roles for a certain plant or vendor sub-range (terms of

    payment or Incoterms, for example) that differ from that at the purchasing organization

    level. Data specific to sub-levels that varies from that stored for the higher-level

    purchasing organization in this way is referred to simply as different data.

    Vendor master data maintained at company code level. So you need to extend vendor to other company codes.

    Regards

    Ravi

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    Posted on Sep 28, 2007 at 09:54 AM

    good

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