Saturday, August 27, 2016


Please input Tcode ME21N. The following screen will be displayed.

Purchase order tcodes

ME21N   Create purchase order MM 
ME22N   Change purchase order MM 
 Display purchase order MM 
ME21   Create purchase order MM 
ME2N   purchase orders by PO Number MM 
ME9F   Message Output: purchase orders MM 
ME29N   Release purchase order MM 
ME2L   purchase orders by Vendor MM 
ME2M   purchase orders by Material MM 
SPRO   Customizing 
MIGO   Goods Movement MM 
MIRO   Enter Incoming Invoice MM 
MD04   Display Stock/Requirements Situation PP 
NACE   WFMC: Initial Customizing Screen SD 
ME51N   Create purchase Requisition MM 
ME52N   Change purchase Requisition MM 
ME53N   Display purchase Requisition MM 
VA01   Create Sales order SD 
VA02   Change Sales order SD 
MMBE   Stock Overview Logistics 
VA03   Display Sales order SD 
MD02   MRP 
VOV8   Document Type Maintenance SD 
CO02   Change Production order PP 
KO88   Actual Settlement: order CO 
ME11   Create Purchasing Info Record MM 
ME59N   Automatic generation of POs MM 
ME59   Automatic Generation of POs MM 
ME54N   Release purchase Requisition MM 
ME5A   purchase Requisitions: List Display MM 
MN04   Create Message: PO MM 
ME80FN   General Analyses (F) MM 
VL10B   purchase orders Due for Delivery Logistics Execution 
ME28   Release purchase order MM 
ME22   Change purchase order MM 
ME23   Display purchase order MM 
MEMASSPO   Mass Change of purchase orders MM 
BBP_POC   Process purchase order SRM 
ME1P   purchase order Price History MM 
ME2J   purchase orders for Project MM 
MEPO   purchase order MM 
ME91F   purchase orders: Urging/Reminders MM 
ME2W   purchase orders for Supplying Plant MM 

Friday, August 26, 2016

SAP SM04 - User List

Please input the tcode SM04, The USER LIST will display like this.  SM04 SAP USER LIST

So you can choose the user who you want to stop.   SM04 SAP USER LIST

Wednesday, August 17, 2016

SAP FI FD10N (Customer Balance Display)

To display customer balance information, follow the steps below:
  1. Get started (SAP menu path, fast path)
  2. Customer balance display: initial screen
  3. Customer balance display: balance
    • Customer line item display
    • Customer transaction
    • FI invoice

  • User menu path:
     Role ZSBM => Accounts Receivable=> Account => FD10N - Customer Balance Display 
  • SAP Fast Path: /nFD10N

・Input Tr FD10N  SAP 

・ FD10N Screen will be shown SAFI
・ FD10N Input Customer
                       Company code
                       Fiscal year

・ FD10N Customer Balance Display will be shown  Trcode Td FD10N

・ FD10N Customer Item Display will be shown    Trcode Td FD10N

・ Double click on one of the line items to display the customer transaction, which is the debit or customer invoice (see below for an example).

・Click the overview overview button button to display the FI invoice, i.e. the customer debit and the WBS credit (revenue) line items, as shown below.

Thursday, August 11, 2016

Customer Master Data

Customer master data in SD is divided into three main areas.

SAP Menu->Logistics->Sales and Distribution->Foreign Trade/Customs->General Foreign Trade Processing->Environment->Customer Master->Create->Central 

    relation tcode :  XD01 XD02 XD03

• Basic Data
     This data remains the same for the customer regardless of which
     organization he buys from your company.

• Organizational Data
     This is customer data related to your organizational structure

• Company Code Data
    A customer master record must also have company-related data.

Wednesday, August 10, 2016

Sales and Distribution Module (SD)

The Sales and Distribution module remains one of the key modules in mySAP ERP. It has
always been one of the largest and most complex modules in SAP.
The SD module is made up of the following multiple components:

 • Basic Functions and Master Data in SD Processing (SD-BF)
 • Pricing and Conditions (SD-BF-PR)
 • Extra Charge (SD-BF-EC)
 • Availability Check and Requirements in Sales and Distribution
 • Credit and Risk Management (SD-BF-CM)
 • Material Sorting (SD-BF-AS)
 • Output Determination (SD-BF-OC)
 • Sales (SD-SLS)
 • Scheduling Agreements for Component Suppliers (SD-SLS-OA)
 • Customer Service Processing (SD-SLS-OA)
 • Foreign Trade/Customs (SD-FT)
 • Billing (SD-BIL)
 • Payment Card Processing (SD-BIL-IV)
 • Sales Support: Computer-Aided Selling (CAS)
 • Electronic Data Interchange/IDoc Interface (SD-EDI)
 • Shipping (LE-SHP)
 • Transportation (LE-TRA)
 • Reports and Analyses (SD-IS-REP)
 • Business Package for Internal Sales Representative (mySAP ERP)

Introduction SAP

Introduction to SAP

     The name SAP, being a German company is an acronym for “System, Anwendungen, and Produkte in Der Datenverarbeitung”. This is translated into English as “Systems, Applications, and Products in Data Processing”.The SAP system consists of complex integration of different modules or applications, each representing part of the basic business process. SAP runs on a 4th generation programming language called Advanced Business Application Programming (ABAP).
     SAP is an Enterprise Resource Planning product capable of integrating multiple business applications with each applicant is representing a specific business area. SAP processes a product that is capable of great depth in specific application area.

• mySAP Supply Chain Management (SCM)
• mySAP Customer Relationship Management (CRM)
• mySAP Supplier Relationship Management (SRM)
• mySAP Product Lifestyle Management (PLM)

Financial Applications

This application component contains, among others, the following modules:
• FI Financial Accounting
• CO Controlling
• EC Enterprise Controlling
• IM Investment Management
• PS Project System

Human Resources Applications

The Human Resources module includes support for salary and payroll administration, as
well as areas such as work schedule models. This core functional area is country-specific,
due to country-related taxes, employee benefits, and employment laws.
This functional area contains, among others, the following modules:
• PA Personnel Administration
• PT Personnel time Management
• PY Payroll

Logistics Applications

Logistics (referring to the supply chain) is the largest of the three functional areas. It includes,
among others, the following modules:
• SD Sales and Distribution
• MM Materials Management
• PP Production Planning and Control
• LE Logistics Execution
• QM Quality Management
• CS Customer Service