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Step 5.10:In the “Customer Account Number” pop-up, enter the following information:Field NameField ValueCompany CodeUS##Step 5.11:Click (START SEARCH). This will show you a list of all (limited to 500) of the customers associated with the US## company code.Step 5.12:Click the yellow bar near the top of the screen to show the search screen. Clear the “Company Code” field.Step 5.13:In the “Customer Account Number” screen, enter the following information:Field NameField ValueCustomer*0##Step 5.14:Click (START SEARCH). The asterisk symbol represents a wild card, meaning anything can be before 0##. This will show you a list of every customer that has a customer number ending in your identifier.
Chapter 02, Exercise 02-01Page 19 of 2415: Why would someone use the “*” in a search? Now that you know the various methods of searching, try using other criteria and exploringdifferent searching methods to familiarize yourself with the system.This step will help to familiarize you further with the different system messages by having you produce each type and figure out how to get past it.NavigationLogistics Materials Management Purchasing Purchase Order Create Vendor/Supplying Plant KnownStep 6.1:In the “Create Purchase Order”screen, enter the following information: Remember what was said above about the different sections of the screen. You may have to open an additional section and explore the tabs to find this field.Field NameData ValuePurch. Org.US00Navigating Through SAPNavigating Through SAPViewing Transaction CodesViewing Transaction CodesViewing Help GuidesViewing Help GuidesSAP Search MenuSAP Search MenuUsing the Search BoxUsing the Search BoxSystem Message ExerciseStep 6: System Message Exercise
Chapter 02, Exercise 02-01Page 20 of 24Step 6.2:Click (ENTER). NOTE: Once you click the enter button or press “enter” on your keyboard, the system checks to ensure that you have entered all the data that is required to proceed. If you haven’t, it will ask you to enter valid data into each field, ONE BY ONE. After entering data into the field, you must PRESS ENTER AGAIN to move onto the next field. Once you have filled in all the required information,the rest of the fields in the screen will unlock and you can edit them as you could before you initially clicked enter. In this case, the other fields may neverhave locked but it is important to understand this concept for later exercises. Notice that the system shows an error message which, in this case, simply tells you exactly what you need to enter next.Step 6.3:When you receive the error message “Enter Purch. Group”, enter the following information:Field NameData Value
Chapter 02, Exercise 02-01Page 21 of 24Purch. GroupN00Step 6.4:Click (ENTER).Step 6.5:When you receive the error message “Enter a vendor”enter the following information:Field NameData ValueVendor101000Step 6.6:Click (ENTER).