Picking, Packing, Shipping… Seems straightforward, right? But when you introduce batch splitting and factor in product availability issues, reporting against delivery quantities can be a challenge. But there are some interesting fields that exist under the hood that can help you build a more powerful report. I have previously demystified Sales Order Date fields. This time, let’s dive into SAP Delivery Quantity fields.
Search Google for “SAP Best Practices” and you will quickly find SAP’s Rapid Deployment Solution (RDS) website. On that site you will find a wealth of information relating to S/4 HANA, S/4 Cloud, Hybris, and Analytics among other things. But what if you need to reference Best Practices content for ECC 6.0? Read on to find out where to find the Best Practices Documentation for what’s quickly becoming an SAP legacy product.
I’m currently in the midst of two SAP S/4 Hana projects — one conversion from ECC 6, and one implementation. Both projects have given me ample exposure to SAP’s S/4 Hana system and the new Fiori front end. Is the newly polished SAP Fiori 2.0 interface ready for prime time? Read on for my first impressions.
In Part 1 of this series, I provided a basic definition for backorders, highlighted some standard tools in ECC to report on backorders, and recommended some high-level approaches to resolving backorder problems. In this article, I address one of the main tools for automating the process of re-balancing material confirmations: V_V2.
Within the Logistics Execution module, there are few functions as important as Delivery Creation. After all, you can’t bill for what you don’t ship. Even within S/4 Hana, the VL10 transactions seem to offer the best, most flexible way to create deliveries. But what if you need to adjust the way SAP selects delivery scope in these transactions? Read on to see how I used the SAP Delivery Due Index routine to filter out certain deliveries from the list.
I’ve previously attempted to demystify SAP Sales Order dates, but this topic seems to arise time and time again. I decided to put the Sales Order / Logistics scheduling dates on a handy timeline to help explain the mechanics of SAP Logistics Scheduling. Read on.
Minecraft has become a staple in our household. Following the release of a free Bedrock Server by the developer, Mojang, I decided to stand one up and see how it goes. For more information or for information on joining the community, check out this page.
Transports are a necessity to any SAP Professional. They package up all of our brilliant solutions for easy transport to new systems and clients. But where do they live? How can you find them? Read on for more about SAP Transport Management.
Thanks to some readers approaching me on LinkedIn, I was notified recently that my website has been down. Things had become quite busy for me and I had not noticed that my domain registration had lapsed. Oops. Anyways, we’re back online now. Thanks for your patience and many apologies for the derp. -Michael
Things have been quite busy for me as of late leaving me very little time for posting new content on this blog. Lately, though, I had the opportunity to write a blog post about the SAP Intercompany Drop Ship process for my employer, itelligence, and I thought I would share that link with you here (itelligencegroup.com). You are more than welcome to request access to the accompanying webinar recording (at the bottom of the linked page), but keep in mind the applicants may be screened beforehand. Enjoy.