TutorialForSAPSalesOrderProcessing

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Unformatted text preview: SAP Sales Order Processing Project Exercise Introduction In this exercise, you will be processing a customer order for the fictitious Fitter Snacker company—a manufacturer of snack bars. Fitter Snacker has two products, the NRG-A and NRG-B bars. The NRG- A bar touts “ A dvanced Energy,” while the NRG- B bar touts “ B ody B uilding Proteins.” Within each client of this R/3 system, there are 100 copies of the Fitter Snacker Company data. You have been assigned to one of these sets of data, defined by your Data Set Number , which tells you which set of data you should be using within your client. IT IS CRITICAL THAT YOU USE ONLY YOUR DATA SET. FAILURE TO DO SO WILL CAUSE YOU PROBLEMS AS WELL AS OTHERS IN YOUR CLASS. WILLINGLY TAMPERING WITH OTHER STUDENT DATA IN THIS COURSE WILL HAVE SEVERE PENALTIES. All of the data in the Fitter Snacker database begins with a Data Set Number. For example, the NRG-A bars are entered as 00 NRG-A, 01 NRG-A, 02 NRG-A, etc. This will allow you to use the search function in SAP to find your particular snack bar. In the instructions that follow, the pound symbol (##) will be used to represent the Data Set Number. For example, in creating an inquiry for West Hills Athletic Club, the instructions will refer to ## West Hills Athletic Club. You will need to replace the ## with your Data Set Number. For example, if you are data set number 09, then you will be searching for 09 West Hills Athletic Club . The screen shots in the instructions were created using Data Set Number 00, which is reserved for the instructor. NOTE THAT YOUR DATA SET NUMBER IS THE LAST TWO DIGITS OF YOUR USER ID. DO NOT USE DATA SET NUMBER 00 IN ANY TRANSACTIONS. 1. Create an Inquiry An inquiry is a non-binding price quotation to a customer that tells them the price of a specific quantity of your product. We will create an inquiry for ## West Hills Athletic Club . To do this, follow the menu path: Logistics Sales and Distribution Sales Inquiry Create which will bring up the following screen: SAP Sales Order Processing – page 1 SAP Sales Order Processing Project Enter the information shown above, click the enter icon ( ) and then click on the and the following screen will appear: The screen should have the cursor already in the Sold-to party field. If you knew the customer number of the company requesting the inquiry, you could type it in directly. Usually, people can’t remember arbitrary customer numbers. Fortunately, the SAP R/3 system has a SAP Sales Order Processing – page 2 Enter IN for Inquiry Type Enter ##FS for Sales organization Enter DI for Distribution Channel Enter SB for Division Then click on the enter icon Your cursor should be in the Sold-to party field, and the search icon ( ) should be visible. If not, click on the Sold-to party field. SAP Sales Order Processing Project comprehensive search function that will allow us to find the Sold-to party easily. Click on the search icon ( ) and the following pop-up menu will appear:...
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This note was uploaded on 04/18/2008 for the course BUS 2700 taught by Professor Rienzo during the Spring '07 term at Western Michigan.

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