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End User’s Guide

End User’s Guide


PP

Team:
Process status:
PP

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This document is related to


SAP systems/client Version
PRO SAP ECC 6.0

Pre-requisite

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Table of Contents
I. General Introduction.............................................................................................................................. 3
II. Create process order ...................................................................................................................... 4
III. Consumption of component for SFG .............................................................................................. 11
IV. Process Order Confirmation of SFG ............................................................................................... 13
V. Good receipt for Process order SFG ............................................................................................... 16
VI. Consumption of component of FG ................................................................................................. 24
VII. Order Confirmation of FG ............................................................................................................. 30
VIII. Good receipt of FG ................................................................................................................... 33
IX. Production report ......................................................................................................................... 44
X. Rework management (for Ice cream) ............................................................................................ 50
a. Rework declaration ...................................................................................................................... 50
b. Rework consumption .................................................................................................................... 59
XI. Cancel a consumption .................................................................................................................. 66
XII. Cancel a confirmation ................................................................................................................... 69

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I. General Introduction

This document treats PP topics

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II. Create process order

SAP Logon 720


Menu: Observations
Transaction: COR1
STEP 1 : Process order creation. TCODE COR1

Put the material number.


Put the production plant (1000).
Put the process order type (NA01).

Enter

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Put the planned total quantity and the start date of production.

Go to MasterData.

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Select a production Version

Then go to Materials.

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Select the materials for which you want to enter a batch.

Execute batch determination by clicking on .

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Choose the batch you want to use and Click on copy for all materials.

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Click on the flag (release process order).

New screen appears.

Click on release order.

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Save

Process order created.

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III. Consumption of component for SFG


SAP Logon 720
Menu: Observations
Transaction:
STEP 1 : Consumption of componemt TCODE MB1A, movement code 261

The components are in the picking area (process seen in the WM user
guide)

Put the Plant 1000, mvt type = 261

Click on To Order ( it is a good issue to process order)

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Put the process order number

validate

Put the actual quantity consumed and not the standard.

If you need to modify the batch number of the component, please ask
the supply planner to update it in the process order.

Save

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IV. Process Order Confirmation of SFG

Step 1 : TCODE : COR6

Enter the process order number

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The system shows the operations.

Select the operation you want to declare quantity and hours

Click on detail icon

(repeat this steps for all operations)

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Put the quantity produced by this operation and time of labor and
machine

You have to provide fixed time and operating time for labor and
machine.

Put final confirmation if it is and clear reservation button.

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V. Good receipt for Process order SFG

Step 1 : Process the Good receipt TCODE : MB31 , movement type 101

Put the movement type = 101

Put the process order number involved by the GR

Put the plant

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Select the line and click on Adopt+details icon

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Put the quantity

Check the storage location = Z001

Put the Batch number:

 for SFG :you could enter a batch number by mixing lot ( as usual) eg
: 123/1

for FG : take the same batch number of the SFG as usual

The batch number will be provided by Quality team as usual

Put delivery completed status if it is

Put the manufacturing date  the expiry date will be calculated


automatically by the system

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The system does the classification of the batch  shelf life calculated

Save

Step 2 : perform the stock placement of the SFG TCODE LB10

Convert the TR created into TO

Put the Warehouse number =N01

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Validate

Select the TR to be converted

The requirement number is the process order number

Click in the TO creation in Foreground

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Click on the icon

Select the destination storage type and BIN

For each tank, there is a specific bin

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Save the creation of the TO

Step 3 : confirm the TO TCODE LT12

Put the TO number + validate

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Check the quantity and save.

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VI. Consumption of component of FG

Step 1a : check the process order T Code : COR3

Put the process number and validate

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You could see the components involved by this process order

Step 1b : transfer the Stock of the SFG to the Picking area of the FG T Code : LT10
Select the corresponding
bin of the SFG and
transfer to the correct
storage type destination

Storage type destination


= 504
Bin = Pr Order number
(here 0001000098)

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Step 2 : consume the components TCODE : MB1A , mvt 261

Put the process order number involved and movement type 261

Click on To order icon to put the Pr Order number

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Check the quantity consumed and save

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VII. Order Confirmation of FG

Step 1 : declare the quantity and time for each operation TCODE : COR6

Put the process number + validate

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The system shows the operations.

Select the operation you want to declare quantity and hours

Click on detail icon

(repeat this steps for all operations)

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Put the quantity produced by this operation and time of labor and
machine

You have to provide fixed time and operating time for labor and
machine.

Put final confirmation if it is and clear reservation button.

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VIII. Good receipt of FG

Step 1 : perform the GR of the FG TCODE : MB31

Put the process order number and movement type = 101

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Select the line and Click on details icon

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Put the quantity

Check the storage location = Z001

Put the Batch number:

for FG : take the same batch number of the SFG as usual

The batch number will be provided by Quality team as usual

Put delivery completed status if it is

Put the manufacturing date  the expiry date will be


calculated automatically by the system

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The system does the classification of the batch  shelf life


calculated

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Save

Step 2 : convert the TR into TO for the stock placement TCODE : LB10

Put the warehouse number and validate

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Select the TR to be converted

The requirement number is the process order number

Click in the TO creation in Foreground

Click on the icon

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Select the destination storage type and BIN

For each cold room, there is a specific bin

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Save the creation of the TO

Do the stock placement according the TO.

Step 3: confirm the TO TCODE LT12

Put the TO number + validate

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Check the quantity and save

Step 4 : check the Stock WM TCODE : LX02

Put the Warehouse number and the storage type you want to
check

Execute

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This report could be printed and transferred to Excel

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IX. Production report

Step 1 : check the production planning TCODE : COOISPI

Put the selection criteria according the search

The criteria could be at :

 header level
 operation level
 component level
 on date

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You could add some field, modify or display the process


order selected

Step 2: check the load and capacity machine

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TCODE : CM01

You see the load and capacity machine per week

You could have the detail of each week

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You see the requirement of the week

The requirement will disappear from this resource until


the confirmation will be done.

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X. Rework management (for Ice cream)

a. Rework declaration

Step 1 : check the Process order TCODE : COR3

You see the rework component 15 000 060.

We could make the rework declaration during the


production of the FG.

Declaration will be done at the 1st operation of the


process of the FG when we will confirm the operation.

Rework component is defined in the BOM of the FG.

Step 2 : declare the Rework TCODE : COR6

Put the process order and validate

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Select the 1st operation

Click on detail

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Put the time and quantity as defined previously.

Click on Goods Movement to declare the rework.

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Put the manufacturing date and validate

Put the correct quantity of the rework

Put the batch of the rework  same batch of the FG

You see the manufacturing date entered just before, the


expiry date will be calculated by the system upon quality
input.

Click on the green arrow

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Save

Finish the confirmation process as usual.

The rework is created.

Step3 : check the stock WM TCODE LS24

Put the Warehouse number + the material code +


validate

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The stock is in the storage type 901 which is a technical
storage type.

Now we have to convert the TR into TO and confirm it


after.

Step4: convert the TR into TO TCODE LB10

Select the TR and convert it in backgroung

Step5: confirm the TO TCODE LT12

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Put the TO number

Save the TO

Step 6 : check the stock WM TCODE LS24

The stock is in the storage type 500 corresponding to


Rework stock.

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b. Rework consumption

Step 1 : creation of process order of the SFG by supply planner TCODE COR1

Order type = NA02 for Rework

Update the quantity of the BOM with the rework component The new formula with the rework must be
validated/provided by the quality team.

The system will ask to which operation should


assign the component rework.

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Put the batch of the rework to consume and finish


the process order creation process as usual.

Step 2: consume the rework TCODE MB1A, mvt code 261

Put the process order to consume the component

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Put the quantity of the component and adopt (as


defined before)

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Here we do not already consume the rework.

We need to add it to the list

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Put the process order

Put the detail of the rework component :

 Material code
 Quantity
 Unit
 Batch

Save

The consumption is done for the process order :


usual component and the rework.

Step3 : check the consuption of the process order TCODE : COOISPI

Select the list

Put the Process order + execute

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You have all consumption on the process order

You see the rework consumption :

 Movement type = 261 for consumption (


262 for cancel)
 Quantity = 1kg
 Batch
 Material document of the consumption

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XI. Cancel a consumption

Step 1 : put the material docuement TCODE : MBST

Take the material document number of the consumption


via COOISPI 9 as seen previously)

Check the date  posting date must be in the same


month of the consumption

Step 2: Select the component to ba cancel Select the item to be cancelled + save

You could see the movement type is 262 (the reverse of


261)

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Step3 check the consumption TCODE COOISPI

You see for each item, we have movement type 261 and
262  it means no consumption is done for the process
order

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XII. Cancel a confirmation

Step1 : check the confirmation TCODE COOISPI

Put the Process number

Choose the list “Confirmations”

execute

Here the synthesis of the confirmation for the process


orders.

Let us cancel the operation 11 and confirm it again


updating the fix machine time

Step2: cancel the confirmation TCODE CORS

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Put the process order number

Put the operation to cancel

validate

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Save the cancellation

The system is asking for a reason of this cancellation 


you could add q comment in order to explain this
cancellation

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Step3 : confim the operation with the updating data TCODE COR6

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Put the updating data and save as usual

Step4: check the confirmation in the report TCODE :COOISPI

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You have the history of the confirmation

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