Schedule Agreement Transaction Code

The framework agreement is a long-term sales contract between Kreditor and Debitor. The structure agreement is two types: it falls under the ME package. When we run this transaction code, SAPMM06E is the standard normal SAP program that is run in the background. SA itself is considered in, and GR is made by reference to the command and in the number to use the SA number and use in the IR PO/Scheduling Convention NO. Then type in her number and do the IR against. Some texts explain the scenario and the steps to follow in the configuration and the process before with the transactional codes. The purchase component helps you identify potential sources of supply based on previous orders and existing longer-term purchase contracts. This speeds up the process of creating supply requirements (RFQs) that can be sent electronically to suppliers via SAP EDI. Here we would like to draw your attention to the ME31L transaction code in SAP. As we know, it is used in the SAP MM-PUR component (purchase in MM) which is part of the mm module (material management). ME31L is a booking code used to create a planning contract in SAP. The purchasing system supports the information of the requirement and the offer to help you create an order. As with order requests, you can generate Pos yourself or generate the system automatically.

Loan agreements and contracts (in the SAP system, types of long-term sales contracts) are also supported. Look at possible menu paths to access the same report without entering the transaction code. Path 1Logistics → materials management → purchase → framework agreement → planning agreement → Create → known creditors The delivery contract is a long-term sales contract with the creditor, in which a creditor is required to provide equipment on pre-established terms. Details of the delivery date and the amount communicated to the creditor in the form of the delivery plan. Contract The contract is a draft contract, and they do not contain delivery dates for the equipment. The contract consists of two types: material requirements are identified either in user departments or by planning and control of materials. (This may cover both the inventory control approach, which is subject to an implementation obligation, and the needs-based approach. Regular verification of commodity stocks defined by base rates, use of the Order-Point method, and forecasting based on previous use are important aspects of these.) You can enter order requests yourself or be generated automatically by the materials planning and control system.