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EHP3 for SAP ERP
6.0

September 2008

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Serial Number
Management (126)









SAP AG

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Building Block Configuration Guide

SAP Best Practices

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Purpose

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2

Preparation

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2.1

Prerequisites

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3

Configuration

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3.1

Defining Serial Number Profile

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3.2

Defining Default Equipment Categories for Serialization

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3.3

Settings for Physical Inventory

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Master Data

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4.1

Material M
aster Settings

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Serial Number Management


1

Purpose

This configuration guide
provides the information you need
to set up the configuration of this
building block manually.

If you do not want to configure manually and prefer

an automated installation process using BC
Sets and other tools, refer to the installation guide of this building block.


2

Preparation

2.1

Prerequisites

Before you start installing this scenario, you must install prerequisite building blocks. For more
informat
ion, see the
Building Block Prerequisites Matrix for
SAP Best Practices Baseline
Package
.


3

Configuration


3.1

Defining Seria
l Number Profile

Use

The purpose of this activity is to define the serial number profile.

Procedure

1.

Access the activity using one of the following navigation options:

IMG Menu

Plant Maintenance & Customer Service


Master Data in Plant

Maintenance & Customer Service



Technical Objects


Serial Number Management


Define Serial Number Profiles

Transaction Code

OIS2

2.

On the
Change View “Serial number profile

: Overview

screen
, choose
New Entries
and
make the follo
wing entries:

Field
N
ame

Description

User Action and Values

Comment

Profl.

Profile

YB
P1


Profile text


BL Serial No
/
N° Série BL


Cat

Category

S

Customer Equipment

StkCk

Stock Check

1

Inconsistencies in stock
data


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Sav攠y潵r 敮瑲i敳⁡ 搠d潵bl
攠elick
Serializing Procedures

on the left
-
hand side

of the screen.

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4.

Choose
New Entries
and make the following entries:

Procd

Procedure description

SerUsage

EQReq.

MMSL

Maintain goods receipt and issue doc.

0
3

02

PPAU

Serial numbers in PP order

0
2

02

PPR
L

PP order release

04

02

PPSF

Serial nos in repetitive manufacturing

04

02

QMSL

Maintain inspection lot

03

02

SDAU

Serial numbers in SD order

02

02

SDCC

Completness check for delivery

0
3

02

SDCR

Completion check IR delivery

0
3

02

SDLS

Maintain delive
ry

02

02

SDRE

Maintain returns delivery

0
3

02

HUSL

Maintain handling unit

03

02

5.

Save

your settings.


3.2

Defin
ing

Default Equipment Categories for
Serialization

Use

In this step, you define a default equipment category assigned to the equipment category tha
t is
used in this process. Default values and other data (screens, etc.) previously defined are i
n
cluded
in the category.

Procedure

1.

Access the activity using the following navigation options:

IMG Menu

Plant Maintenance and Customer Service


Master Data in

Plant
Maintenance and Customer Service


Technical Objects


Serial
Number Management


Define Default Equipment Categories for
Serial Numbers

Transaction Code

SPRO

2.

On the
Change view “Serial number parameters” Overview
screen, select the following e
n
tr
y:

Cat.

IntNR

Equipment Category

Customer Equipment

S

01

Customer equipment

3.

Save

your settings.


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3.3

Settings for Physical Inventory

1.

Access the activity using the following navigation options:

IMG Menu

Materials Management


Inventory Management and Physical

Inventory


Physical Inventory


Settings for Physical Inventory

Transaction Code

SPRO

2.

On the
Change view “
settings for Physical Inventory
” Overview
screen, select the e
n
try
Plant_1

(1000) and goto
Details

3.

On the
Change view “
settings for Physical Inven
tory

Details

scr
een,
make the following
entry
:

Plant

Display Serial Nos

Print Serial Numbers

1000

X

++++++++++

4.

Choose

Back
.

5.

Rep
eat steps 3
-
4 for

plant
Plant_2

(1100).

6.

Save your settings.


4

Master Data

4.1

Material Master
S
ettings

Use

In this step, you
assign

the serial number profile to the material master records.


Procedure

Carry out the following steps:

1.

Access the activity using the following navigation options:

IMG Menu

Logistics



Production



Master Data


Material Master



Material



Change



Immediately

Transaction Code

MM02

2.

On the
Change
Material

(Initial Screen)

screen,
make the
following e
n
try:

Material

Remark

H20

Trading Good with Serial numbers

3.

Choose
Enter
.

4.

Select View
General Plant Data / Storage 2

and ch
oose
E
nter
.

5.

Enter the
Plant

(e.g.
1000
)

and ch
oose
E
nter
.


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6.

On the
Change
Material

<>(Finished Product)

screen,
tab
Plant data / stor.2

make the
following e
n
try:

Serial no. profile

Remark

Y
BP1

BP
Serial number profile

7.

Save

your settings.

8.

Repeat the steps 3
-
8 for the
P
lant
1100