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Partners

Dear Experts,

Can you guide me on the following,

1) The Reason for maintaining Partners in SAP (Scope)

2) The basic Types of Partners

3) What are the Functionalities that can be used with the use of Partners

4) Where can I Configure features of Partners

Rgds

Deepal

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    Posted on Jan 04, 2008 at 10:00 AM

    1/partners are generally maintained in the cs cocomponent of pm

    2/suppose the technical object you own maitained by two entities either owned by one,rented to others

    or any kind of contract

    3/ genarally we use ship to party-customer

    sold to party- customer number

    4/take the case genset mounted on a lorry gives power incase of power problem or someone keeps for sometime say one year

    in pm i will made the functionlocation where structural level indicator

    i will put shipto party and sold to party descrption here to identify the custome

    we can also make pratners bill to partyif

    4/in fl masterdata we can maintain the sold tom party and shipto party like this

    when the lorry moves from one location to other all details of adress ,customer changes accordingly

    in customisation we need to maintain partner,dip,other setting

    ihope this will help you if you want or need all details of partner and its effect on pm&cs

    mail me back

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    Posted on Jan 09, 2008 at 06:19 AM

    Hi Satapathy,

    Your answer is not very clear.

    Thanks

    Deepal

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    Posted on Jan 09, 2008 at 07:15 AM
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