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SD vs transportation module

Hi,

I am currently working in SD, i was intimated that i may be working on the transaportation module in few weeks. so provide me some information.

I would like to know whether transportaion module is part of the SD module processs or is it any difference. Is transaportation module a total different module by itself ? if so, please throw some light. As a newbie what is the basic thing i need to learn about it.

Thanks

Thenmozhi

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    Posted on Sep 03, 2010 at 06:18 AM

    Dear,

    Use Serach option on Transportation you will get many document.

    regards,

    Rahul

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  • Posted on Sep 03, 2010 at 09:14 AM

    Hi,

    You got good opportunity. I have also gone through same path way back in 2004. Transportation is part of logistic execution so you are getting extra expetise in LE area. Transportation is inked with shipping when you create deliveries and then assign many delivery to one shipment doucment considering that multiple deliveries will go in one truck or via rail. Then you carry out shipment cost to calculate freignt cost where you will configure pricing. This pricing will be separate pricing than SD pricing but conceptually same. After that either you will flow same freight cost to billing or you will move same to MM to pay to forwarding agent i.e. transporter. Here MM person will help you. Go ahead man and grab opportunity. Read help.sap.com. Definately it will hep you

    Regards,

    Mukul

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    Posted on Sep 09, 2010 at 08:33 AM

    thanks

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