Use Templates to View Costs in Different CO Applications

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    Operational Excellence: Achieving S&OP Success

    The majority of companies that have implemented S&OP do not have a fully mature process in place, leaving gaps between a company’s current S&OP process and what is possible. Many report they are “going through the motions,” lack executive support, struggle with end-to-end integration of their supply chains, and continue to operate in functional silos. Arguably, the biggest…...…
  2. Use Templates to View Costs in Different CO Applications

    The Activity-Based Costing (ABC) module was first introduced in R/3 with Release 4.0 to allow users to access data in several other modules and to transfer costs or quantities from one to the other. This is accomplished with templates. Many users think that templates can only be used in the ABC module. However, from Release…...…
  3. Fast Data Conversion, Migration, and Updates for Functional Analysts with LSMW

    SAPepxerts/FinancialsData conversion is no longer a one-time activity. Gone are the days when it was required only during an initial SAP implementation project. Here are some day-to-day business scenarios when you may be called upon to convert data. Data conversion is no longer a one-time activity. Gone are the days when it was required only…...…
  4. 8 Steps to Take and 9 Tips to Consider Before You Implement the Travel Management Module for Trip Expenses

    Travel is one of the largest controllable expenses for a company. SAP’s Travel Management module (FI-TV) is designed to help a company manage these costs. The author, who worked for SAP AG as a developer of the module, gives a business process perspective on the technical configuration to help you get started, if you are…...…
  5. Unleash the Power of Dynamic Actions: Tips and Tricks to Get the Best Results

    The Personnel Administration (PA) submodule contains a plethora of interrelated infotypes. Your business process may demand that changes made in one infotype affect the fields of another, or that they trigger an entirely separate activity. Imagine yourself in a situation where you may be required to create a tax infotype automatically for an employee when…...…
  6. HR Module Maintenance Best Practices Using HR Support Packages

    Almost immediately after implementing the HR module, each customer is faced with the need to keep its R/3 system current by applying HR Support Packages. This article explains how you can continue to ensure a high level of reliability in your production environment by fitting HRSPs into your existing change management process. In traditional, custom-built…...…
  7. 5 Best Practices for a Smooth Training and Events System Extension

    It is often just a matter of time until companies that are live with R/3’s Personnel Administration and Organizational Management implement the remaining HR functionalities, such as the Training and Event Management component (PE). Once PE is implemented, it makes sense to leverage the investment by employing the application everywhere in your organization where learning…...…
  8. Data Transformation in SAP Standard ALE Distributed Business Processes: How to Ensure an Efficient, Effective Implementation

    SAP’s Application Link Enabling (ALE) is an integrated toolset for distributing data between SAP systems as well as between SAP and non-SAP systems. ALE offers a wide range of tools for performing data conversions between systems, each with its own advantages and limitations. This article outlines these data conversion tools — their capabilities, relative merits,…...…
  9. SAP .NET Connector for C Programmers

    In the past, the SAP ActiveX Controls and the SAP DCOM Connector were the only options available for writing Windows-specific applications that communicate with ABAP-based SAP components like R/3. SAP has now released a new product for the Microsoft platform, the SAP .NET Connector, which has several advantages over the SAP ActiveX Controls and the…...…
  10. Put Better Programs into Production in Less Time with Code Reviews: What They Are, How to Conduct Them, and Why

    There is no substitute for a close examination of others’ code before it is released into production. A “code review” is the process of having someone other than the author evaluate a program at various points in the development cycle, prior to placing it into productive use. This article provides a brief introduction to the…...…