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can any one who knows about w.B.S element

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can any one knows about what w.b.s elemetn how it will be useful in sap is it any relation sap sd module or not.

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    Posted on Dec 05, 2007 at 04:43 AM

    Hi,

    The work breakdown structure (WBS) is the basis for the organization and coordination of a project.

    A WBS consists of WBS elements. The WBS elements describe tasks or subtasks in the project to perform within a defined time period.

    A WBS element describes a task or a partial task that can be divided.

    The WBS element can contain the following information:

    Project Def.

    You can enter a key that specifies the project definition.

    WBS Element

    You can enter a key that specifies a WBS element.

    Description

    You can enter a short description.

    Regards

    SD

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    Posted on Dec 05, 2007 at 04:48 AM

    Hi

    <b>WBS </b>is nothing but Work Breakdown Structure. It is mainly used in Project System (PS) module. Tcode : <b>CJ20N</b>

    For any project defined we must have at least one WBS. Within this WBS we can have networks. Networks are nothing but the series of activities. Material are used to perform the activities.

    What" target="_blank">http://www.sap-img.com/project/what-is-wbs-element.htm">What is WBS element ??

    A structural element in a work breakdown structure representing the hierarchical organization of a project.

    A WBS element describes a task or a partial task that can be divided.

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