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  • in reply to: Invoic IDOC Freight at Header Level only #22889
    ayushayush
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    Hi,

    Go to MM-PURCHASING-CONDITIONS—Define condition type.Select your freight condition type and check group condition.Now you give freight condition in PO header.

    in reply to: Business Area #22883
    ayushayush
    Participant

    Hi,

    Transactions like MIGO, MIRO, PGI, Customer Invoice, Vendor Payments and Customer Payments, Production process, etc posts to Business Area. You can put validation on BA or delete it from OX03.

    Thanks
    Ayush Bhardwaj

    in reply to: Re: general question – SAP FI #22868
    ayushayush
    Participant

    Hi,

    Yes definitely if you know the navigation and have the screenshots in your study material then you’ll easily use the software in your organization. You will not face any problem.

    Thanks
    Ayush

    in reply to: SAP Planning #22867
    ayushayush
    Participant

    Hi Hany,

    You should start with SAP Production Planning module (PP). After that try to join small consulting companies which implements SAP. So that your learning will increase and you’ll be able to understand the business processes.

    THanks
    Ayush Bhardwaj

    in reply to: export report from sap #22866
    ayushayush
    Participant

    Hi,

    You could always create a scope of list that uses the ALV format. The resulting list display is very good to download to Excel. The other is dreadful.

    You can configure this in the IMG under MM, Purchasing, Reporting, Maintain purchasing lists, Scope of list, Define scope of list. In your config, be sure to select the “Use ALV grid control” under Settings for ALV grid control.
    Also, Please use the Scope of list ALV and then execute this transaction(fs10n).

    Thanks
    Ayush Bhardwaj

    ayushayush
    Participant

    Hi,

    I would like to suggest ERPTREE as it is one of the best institutes with great faculty (Laxman). Go for it without any second thought.

    Thanks
    Ayush Bhardwaj

    in reply to: what is my future on diploma mechanical base #22861
    ayushayush
    Participant

    Hi,

    If you are working as a Consultant then there are a lot of jobs and a bright future. Also you can go for APO module after taking good experience in PP. This combination will take you to the next level in the market.

    Thanks
    Ayush

    in reply to: Settlement of the Finish Goods Of a MTO Assembly Order #22850
    ayushayush
    Participant

    Hi,

    Check account assignment settings for KE and 040 and other settings, if assignment is correct accounting docs will be generated.

    Thanks
    Ayush Bhardwaj

    in reply to: Nepal Fiscal Year #22849
    ayushayush
    Participant

    Hi Sheetal,

    First you have to setup the number of the periods and special periods that your business will have.

    If you have a new period every 15th, so you will have 12 periods, am I right ? Consider also the number special periods for year end close.

    Then you have to setup each year the period logic:

    Year Shift you use +1 or -1 to control next or previous period.

    Thanks
    Ayush Bhardwaj

    in reply to: Make "Main Work Center" in IW31 not mandatory #22848
    ayushayush
    Participant

    Hi Somya,

    Use t.code OPFA and change the required field to optional this will solve your problem.

    Thanks
    Ayush Bhardwaj

    in reply to: Multiple Personal Action #22847
    ayushayush
    Participant

    Hi,

    You can do enhancement in which the technical consultant will pick the details of parked invoice from table VBSEC and the personnel details of the respective parked invoice from table T001P with required fields.
    This will solve your problem.

    Thanks
    Ayush Bhardwaj

    ayushayush
    Participant

    Hi Mahender,

    1. Calculate the costs of materials for each finished product. This is simply what you paid for the raw materials that go into each product. You probably buy materials in bulk but figure what percentage of your bulk materials go into making one product. Multiply that percentage times the full cost of the raw materials, and you will get the dollar figure for materials in one product.
    2. Figure your labor cost for one product. Measure the amount of time employees spend making each product, and determine what you paid in wages during that time. This is your labor cost for one product.
    3. Estimate energy costs. Determine your product output per month, and divide your utililty bill for your manufacturing facility by that amount. This is how much energy expense you have for each product.
    4. Calculate the cost for warehousing products. This is the total of wages paid for employees to stock finished products and keep track of them. Determine how much you paid to stock all finished products, and divide that amount by the number of products. This tells you the warehousing cost for one product.
    5. Add costs for materials, manufacturing labor, energy and warehousing your finished product. This is the cost value of each finished product, and the figure you should enter as the value of finished products. You cannot use the market value of those products, only the cost.

    Thanks
    Ayush Bhardwaj

    in reply to: SAP MM-Logistic Invoice Verification #22845
    ayushayush
    Participant

    Hi Yamini,

    Please share the error no. or the screenshot of the error which system is popping up.

    Thanks
    Ayush Bhardwaj

    in reply to: Career growth #22843
    ayushayush
    Participant

    Hi Anuj,

    You’re having a great experience in manual testing. You can go for SAP Basis there is a huge scope. Basis itself is about security, roles and responsibilities.
    Good luck.

    Thanks
    Ayush Bhardwaj

    in reply to: SAP CAREER #22842
    ayushayush
    Participant

    Hi Imran,

    First of all tell me what kind of data entry you do, so that it would be more clear for me to give you the best advice.

    Thanks
    Ayush Bhardwaj

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