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Product Hierarchy

Dear Frndz,

Pls explain me the use of product hierarchy and the step by step procedure to define and use it?

REgards,

Srinivasan Muthu.

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    Posted on Apr 09, 2008 at 05:07 AM

    Product Hierarchy is the key to identify the material from the same level.

    Its like if u r having category CAR. In that many cars come into picture.

    CAR>>MARUTI>>SX4, Swift, zen, alto.

    B>> 01 >>01

    then from above example B0101 is the hierarchy for SX4.

    So in that hierarchy many cars come, like variants n all the things.

    In this way u can take e.g of wood products also.

    It shows the next level of the product. how many levels that product having.

    regards,

    anant.

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  • Posted on Apr 09, 2008 at 05:05 AM

    Hi Srinivasan,

    Product Hierarchy is used for Profitability ananlysis. You can have maximum of three level in SAP for a product.

    You have to give the product hierarchy in Material master Sales- Sales Org -2 view. You can define the product hierarchy in IMG settings from the following path

    IMGLogistics General>Material Master>Settings for Key Fields>Data Relevent to Sales and Distribution>Define Product Hierarchies>Mainitain Product Hierarchy

    Thanks and regards

    Murugesan

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