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Assembly and Product Testing


What is Assembly Testing and product testing? and these will do in all Implementation projects, if yes when and who will do.

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    Posted on Jun 10, 2012 at 08:49 AM


    Difference between Assemble and product testing in sap below as follows.

    Assembly testing moves one step ahead of Unit testing. It checks if two or more modules are able to communicate and produce expected results or not. No Unit in the system can perform stand alone activities. The output of one module may be used as input by another, so it is highly important if the related modules are able to connect and produce the desired result. Assembly testing is a way of Black box testing and can be done through the UI.

    Once we have done configuration in the product costing then you have to check the testing process as below.

    1.You can start it from CK11N and mark and release using CK24.

    2.For Mass processing CK40N.

    3.Cost estimate split up using CK13N.

    4.CK91N,CK94 if mixed costing is used.

    5.Use of CKR1(Which is to be used in rare cases when reorganization of costing run is to be made).

    6.Costing run details S_ALR_87099932,S_P99_41000111 - Released cost estimate.

    7.Creation of Product cost collectors using KKF6M,KKF6N if REM scenario is used.

    8.Preliminary cost estimate run using KKF6N or else MF30

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