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

One-stop SAP Reference & Collaboration

After launching the ofsap.com (One-stop SAP Reference & Collaboration) website on 13.12.2010, we have received some questions from the visitors. In this post I will summarize the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about ofsap.com.

ofSAP.com: Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

  1. What’s the relationship between ofsap.com and SAP AG as the owner of SAP trademark and copyright?

Answer:
Ofsap.com is not affiliated with nor endorsed by SAP AG. SAP AG has the trademark and copyright of all its products such as SAP ERP, SAP SRM, SAP SCM, etc.

Ofsap.com is run by an SAP professional who has the passion to share his SAP knowledge and experience with others as he believes that the best form of learning is to share.

Ofsap.com does the best effort to respect SAP AG trademark and copyright and not to infringe any of them.

Ofsap.com invites all SAP professionals and SAP learners to contribute by sharing their SAP knowledge and experience at its website as long as the materials shared don’t infringe any of SAP or other’s trademark and copyright.

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 Bookstore

There are so many books about SAP that available on the market. Most of them are well-written by SAP professionals. I am sure the author have done a great effort to write the books. Thanks to them so we can learn SAP ERP through their books.

Before you buy an SAP book, you must wondering whether the contents of the book meet your expectation or not. If you buy a book at an offline store, you might have a speed reading on the book before you buy it. But, if you buy the book at online store, it’s impossible to do that. You need to gather information about the book. Usually, the author has written a summary of the books. An online store also usually provides the reviews of the books from the reader who have bought it. The reviews can be positive or negative, depends on the quality of the books. You can use the reviews as a base to decide whether you should buy it or not.

I have collected several SAP books that available on Amazon.com (the largest online book retailer) at a new SAP Bookstore blog. You can read the description and reviews of the books there. With this blog, I hope I can help you to find the books you need easier than search directly on Amazon.com website, because I have categorized them based on the SAP modules/applications. Continue reading