The SAP standard is good, but it doesn’t always get the job done. Here’s your chance to learn how to take that extra step in your Materials Management system. With an explanation of basic programming principles, specific examples for the most important MM user exits and BAdIs, and a comprehensive description of all exits, you’ll learn the best options for enhancing and optimizing your MM system.
- Offers custom enhancement exercises for the SAP standard
- Reviews examples for purchasing, inventory management, invoice verification, and much more
- Provides an overview of more than 140 user exits, BAdIs, and enhancements for MM
What You Will Learn?
A Practical Introduction
Learn how you can use and activate the various enhancement options of the SAP system in order to create applications that are unique to your individual needs.
Important Application Areas
Find tried and tested approaches for each of the major areas of Materials Management, as well as for the validation and substitution of accounting documents.
Apply programming examples for release 4.6C and higher. You’ll learn about alternative solution options if an enhancement has prerequisites or was implemented in a later release.
Discover the most useful user-exits, business add-ins, and enhancement spots that are involved in Materials Management. A comprehensive appendix also provides an easy-to-reference list.
- External Services Management
- Inventory Management
- Area valuation and account assignment area
- Invoice verification
- Validation and substitution of accounting documents
- MM user exits and BAdIs
About the Author of This SAP MM Book
Jürgen Schwaninger is a freelance SAP consultant, and following his original training as an industrial administrator in 1993, went on to graduate as a business information technologist. Since 1999, he has been working as a consultant in the area of SAP logistics and ABAP programming, and also regularly holds training sessions as a lecturer for ABAP and Web Dynpro ABAP. Jürgen has been working in SAP Remote Consulting since 2001 and has dealt with complex customer queries in the areas of Materials Management (MM) and Sales and Distribution (SD), as well as in other aspects of logistics. This work includes devising solutions for customer-specific problems through recommendations in the standard and adaptations in Customizing, developing user exits and BAdIs, modifying standard or process recommendations, and developing customer-specific programs.He has also been involved in numerous projects in Germany and abroad, including one of the first projects for the implementation of SAP R/3 4.7 at a major Swedish packaging manufacturer.
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