SAP Enterprise Structure – A Case Study (part 10): Assign Plant to Company Code

This is the part 10 of the series of articles about SAP Enterprise Structure – A Case Study. Read part 1 here.

Assign Plant to Company Code
For the business scenario we’ve explained before on part 1, we will assign:

  • A001 and A002 plant to ABCD company code
  • E001 plant to EFGH company code.

We assign plant to company code with OX18 t-code or from the following menu path of “SPRO” t-code: IMG – Enterprise Structure – Assignment – Logistics-General – Assign plant to company code. Continue reading

SAP Enterprise Structure – A Case Study (part 9): Define Division

This is the part 9 of the series of articles about SAP Enterprise Structure – A Case Study. Read part 1 here.

Define Division
For the business scenario we will define two divisions:

  • A1 for starter pack product.
  • A2 for handset product.

We define division from the following menu path of “SPRO” t-code: IMG – Enterprise Structure – Definition – Logistics – General – Define, copy, delete, check division. Continue reading

SAP Enterprise Structure – A Case Study (part 8): Define Valuation Level

This is the part 8 of the series of articles about SAP Enterprise Structure – A Case Study. Read part 1 here.

Define Valuation Level
We define valuation level with OX14 t-code or form the following menu path of “SPRO” t-code: IMG – Enterprise Structure – Definition – Logistics – General – Define Valuation Level. Continue reading

SAP Enterprise Structure – A Case Study (part 7): Define Plant

This is the part 7 of the series of articles about SAP Enterprise Structure – A Case Study. Read part 1 here.

Define Plant

For the business scenario, we will create the following plants:

  • A001 for the west region of the ABCD company
  • A002 for the east region of the ABCD company
  • E001 for the office and warehouse of the EFGH company

There are two options to create company code:

  • Copy from other plant (or from SAP standard plant)
  • Create from the scratch

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SAP Enterprise Structure – A Case Study (part 6): Enterprise Structure concept in Logistics

This is the part 6 of the series of articles about SAP Enterprise Structure – A Case Study. Read part 1 here.

Enterprise Structure concept in Logistics

Plant

A plant is the place of production, or branch of a company, or simply a collection of several locations of material stocks in close physical proximity.

A plant is represented by a client-unique 4-digit alpha-numeric.

A plant is assigned to one company code.

One company code can have more than one plant.

SAP recommends that to get complete functionality of the SAP ERP system, the country of plant is the same with the country of the company code. We should create a company code for each country where the plant is located.

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