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How different is oil and gas from SD?

Hi Every one,

I have some basic knowledge of SD module on the Functional side, and now like to switch to OIL AND GAS IS.

My question is how different is OIL AND GAS IS from SD.

What are major differences in CONFIGURATION, T-CODES,TABLES AND FIELDS etc.

What areas in SD , should I concentrate more for easy transition to OIL AND GAS IS?

I would really appreciate if some one kindly explain these questions to me.

Thanks.

VM

Edited by: VIKRAM MEHTA on Sep 8, 2008 11:29 PM

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    Posted on Nov 10, 2008 at 11:43 AM

    Hi Vikram.

    SAP IS Oil comes with various modules such as HPM-Hydrocarbon Product Management, TDP-Traffics Duties and Permits, TD-Transporation and Distribution, MOE Markeing Contracts and Order entry, Exchanges etc.

    As per the difference is concerned, i feel changes in terms of the Oil business transations, Pricing, defaults Hierarchy, values Tables, configurations.

    you can upgrade youself from SD to TD Module which talks about Deliveries/shipping notifications/

    reservations, scheduling, Routing, Loading, and excise duty transations ...

    BT

    Satish

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