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Self Service Procurement in SAP MM

Mar 06 at 09:35 AM

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Hi Experts,

Planning to implement SSP in MM ERP. Need your help where to start and if any documentation available it would be really great.

Appreciate your help on this.

Thank You

Azhar

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Jürgen L
Mar 06 at 09:58 AM
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Kindly start with Google to search for it in the SAP domain like this:

"Self Service Procurement" site:sap.com

Google finds 7200 results.

You can search more on target e.g. for wikis, then use the search term like this:

"Self Service Procurement" site:wiki.scn.sap.com

or to search in blogs:

"Self Service Procurement" site:blogs.sap.com

or just make use of the SAP search on top right here in the community itself:


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Former Member

Thanks Jurgen.

I did lot of search before creating this question. Most of the solutions provided is related to SRM. We do not have SRM and just wanted to used functionality in SAP MM.

Do we have any documentation on how to proceed on implementing this. For started I did create Number range in Shopping cart and then assigned the below roles to myslef.

  • SAP_MM_SSP_EMPLOYEE
  • SAP_MM_SSP_APPROVER
  • SAP_MM_SSP_ADMIN

Thanks

Azhar

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Jürgen L
Mar 06 at 11:45 AM
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this is the very first hit for the first Google search I gave you above:

https://help.sap.com/saphelp_dbm800/helpdata/en/26/2b75cdc0844848996e86272f01fcc3/frameset.htm

I don't see there anything from SRM.

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Hi Jurgen,

Based on this document Mandatory settings are complete. Not sure if I am missing something.

Like Creating Catalog and Assigning Catalog to HTML fields.Any suggestion?

Thanks
Azhar

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Help.sap.com link says "Connect Open Catalog Interface (OCI) catalogs"

So this is already a good search term to continue searching on how catalogs are implemented.

so try

OCI catalog site:blogs.sap.com

193 results, on the first page is a blog just 5 days old which is located here under the MM tag.

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