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Can u tell me integration point of MM module with Project Module

By which Mvt Type we transfer Unrestricted stock to project stock & Unrestricted to Sales order stock



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    Posted on Jul 24, 2008 at 09:44 AM


    Component documentation Project-Oriented Procurement (ProMan) Locate the document in its SAP Library structure

    The Project System is one of the most integrated components in the SAP System. One area in which this is noticeable is in the internal and external procurement of materials and services. If an object is created in the Project System, documents are created in other applications.


    If you create a material component for a network activity, the system creates a reservation for the network or the WBS element in Materials Management. Depending on how the material is to be procured, this can lead to a purchasing requisition in Purchasing, or a planned order and then a production order in Production Planning and Control.

    These documents are processed in the corresponding department. Previously this meant that the project management team only had restricted access to information that was relevant to the project, although the project triggered the document flow.

    ProMan solves this problem by:

    • Consolidating information from the procurement process from a variety of applications in a structured and individual overview that can be configured by the user.

    • Enabling you to process all information from the procurement process about objects in the Project System, and execute individual procurement functions.

    • Giving you access to data from the Project System, Purchasing, Material Requirements Planning, Production, and Inventory Management. All objects and documents in the Project System are taken into account u2013 both planned, and unplanned objects, and documents you have created manually.


    ProMan is integrated with the following SAP components:

    • Materials Management

    • Purchasing

    • Production Planning and Control


    ProMan consists of an initial selection screen where you choose the project, and a main screen displaying the project hierarchy on the left, and different overview screens on the right, which are displayed as tab pages. The available overviews in ProMan are:

    • Components

    • Activities and elements

    • Quantities

    • Dates

    • Objects and documents

    • Stock

    • Deliveries

    ProMan displays the following orders or documents on the overviews:

    • Purchase requisition

    • Request for quotation/bid (quotation)

    • Purchase order item, scheduling line, confirmation, purchase order history

    • Reservation

    • Planned order

    • Production order

    • Plant maintenance order

    • Material document

    • Delivery from project

    The objects in the project hierarchy for which you can display data on the overview screens are:

    • WBS element

    • Network

    • Activity

    • Activity element

    • Component

    The object that you select in the project hierarchy and the settings you have made in Customizing for the Project System under Material ® Project-Oriented Procurement ® Define Profile determine which overview screens are displayed.


    In ProMan you can see documents that have been manually assigned to an object (WBS element, network, network activity, or sales order item). Such a document could be, for example, a purchase requisition, a planned order, or a production order. This is one of the few transactions in the system where you can see such information from the project-object view.

    ProMan functions can be carried out for objects in the project hierarchy and objects on the overview screens. These functions can be carried out using the context menu, the toolbars or the main menu.


    For a component or document to be displayed in ProMan it must be assigned to a project object, in general a WBS element or a network activity. For instance, you cannot track dependent requirements that are managed in plant stock, since they have no direct connection with the network. However you can see such materials in the order progress report, which you can call up from ProMan.

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    Posted on Jul 24, 2008 at 09:45 AM
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  • Posted on Jul 24, 2008 at 09:57 AM


    use MB1A and 221 & 231 Mvt Types for project stock & Sales order stock from Unrestricted Stcok.


    Transfer material to material(309Q & 309E) in MB1B t.code


    Biju K

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    Posted on Jul 25, 2008 at 05:34 AM

    Hi Rakesh,

    Project system,Plant Maintenance,Customer Service, Real Estate are intergrated products from SAP which are having moreever similar functionlities.

    As per as PS Integration Point as per SAP it is

    The high degree of integration between the Project System (PS) and other application components means that you can plan, execute, and account for projects as part of your normal commercial procedures. This means the Project System has constant access to data in all the departments involved in the project.


    The Project System guarantees close and constant monitoring of all aspects of your project.

    This includes both technical and commercial aspects of the project

    Link may be helpful.


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