Configuration Guide for Courier Express Parcel

Configuration Guide for Courier Express Parcel
Scenario Configuration Guide
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The Scenario . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
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Master Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Master Data Setup in SAP ERP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Defining Shipping Condition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Defining Sales Order Type . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Defining Shipping Points . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Assigning Shipping Point to Plant . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Defining Shipping Point Determination . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Assigning Shipping Point to Plant . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Defining Customer Master Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Updating Customer Master Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Mapping Organizational Units . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Defining Carrier Master Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Defining Products . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Defining Packing Products . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Defining Conditions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Transferring Organizational & Master Data from SAP ERP to SAP TM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Master Data Setup in SAP TM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Defining Purchasing Organizations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Defining Purchasing Groups . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Defining Execution Organizations and Groups . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Defining Packaging Type . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Defining Transportation Service Level Codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Checking the Transfer of Master Data from SAP ERP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Updating Business Partners . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Defining Business Partners for Plants . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Assigning Business Partner for Plant to Shipping Point Location . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Defining Geocoordinates for Locations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Defining Waybill Types . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Defining Waybill Stock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Defining Transportation Zones . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Defining Means of Transport . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Defining Intrazone Lane . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Defining Vehicle Resources . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Order Management . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Defining Allocation Structures (CO-PA) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Defining Settlement Profiles (CO-PA) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Defining Delivery Document Types . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Defining and Identifying Sales Document Type . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Assigning Sales Areas to Sales Document Types . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Defining Sales Document Item Categories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Assigning Item Categories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Creating Requirements Classes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Defining Requirements Classes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Defining Requirements Types . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Assigning Requirements Types . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Assigning General Ledger Accounts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Mapping Charge Types to Condition Types . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Assigning Transportation Charge Types . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Assigning Organizational Units for Purchasing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Defining Application and Posting Type . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Activating Transfer of Outbound Deliveries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Defining Conditions for Automatic Determination of Output Types . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Defining TOR Incompatibility with Consignee Condition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Defining Conditions for Pick-Up Delivery Time Windows . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Planning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Creating Incompatibilities . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Creating Incompatibility Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Defining Freight Unit Types . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Defining Freight Unit Building Rules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Defining Delivery-Based Transportation Requirement Types . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Defining Freight Order Types . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Conditions and Selection Profiles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Defining Conditions for DTR Type Determination . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Creating Selection Profiles for Freight Units . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Creating Selection Profiles for Freight Orders . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Defining Capacity Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Defining Optimizer Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Defining Freight Settlement Document Types . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Creating Carrier Selection Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Creating Planning Cost Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Creating Planning Profiles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Charge Management . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Defining Product Group Codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Defining Source Location Scales . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Defining Destination Region Scales . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Defining Destination Zone Scales . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Defining Less-Than-Truckload Break-Weight Scales . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Defining Product Group Scales . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Defining Stop-Off Scales . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Defining Carrier Rates . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Defining Calculation Sheets . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Defining Freight Agreement Types . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Defining Freight Agreements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Defining Settlement Profile . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Defining Calculation Profile . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Defining Charges Profile . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Tracking Parcel Shipments in SAP Event Management . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 90
Configuring Settings for Tracking Parcel Shipments in SAP TM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 90
Configuring Settings for Parcel Shipment Tracking in SAP Event Management . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 91
Assigning User to Web Transactions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 92
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Configuration Guide for Courier Express
Parcel
About This Document
This document describes the configuration settings for the “Courier Express Parcel (CEP)” scenario. Implement
this scenario as described, and once you have verified the functionality, modify the data to suit your own
environment and operating conditions.
Change History
Table 2
Version
Date
Description
1.0
December 2013
Initial release
2.0
December 2014
Update for TM 9.2
Important SAP Notes
You must read the following SAP Notes before you start using this test scenario. These SAP Notes contain the
most recent corrections required to test the scenario.
Make sure that you have the current version of each SAP Note, which you can find on SAP Service Marketplace at
service.sap.com/notes .
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SAP Note Number
Description
1738013
TM: Integration with ERP Enhancement Packages
1951993
Display of consolidated events not correct if one event
message matches multiple expected events
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The Scenario
This document describes the configuration settings for the “Courier Express Parcel” scenario for SAP
Transportation Management (SAP TM). Some settings in this guide can be copied from the existing SAP ERP
configuration. In particular, SAP ERP Customizing settings can be reused for the following:
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Enterprise structure definition and relevant assignments
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Financial accounting
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Controlling
If you require a scenario-specific enterprise structure, we recommend that you copy the existing, standard
configuration settings (such as Country Template for Company Codes incl. G/L Accounts ) and change them as
necessary.
Note
Business system groups, logical systems, RFC connections, and system connections used throughout this
guide are examples only. Replace these with your own data.
This guide also assumes the use of Business Add-Ins (BAdIs), which add a prefix or suffix to master data
objects transferred from SAP ERP to SAP TM (see SAP Note 458914 ). An overview of the prefixes and suffixes
used is provided in the following table:
Table 4
Business Object
Prefix
Suffix
Carrier
CA–
None
Customer
CU–
None
Plant
PL–
None
Shipping Point
SP–
None
Supplier
SU–
None
System
None
–@ERP001
Example
Name of shipping point in SAP ERP: 1200
Name of shipping point in SAP TM: SP1200@ERP001
If you have not implemented the corresponding BAdI in your system, the names of the objects are not changed.
Prerequisites
Before you begin to configure the Courier Express Parcel scenario, refer to the following guides in SAP Solution
Manager under SAP Transportation Management Configuration Structures
Basic Settings for SAP TM
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Integration of SAP TM with SAP ERP
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Integration of SAP TM and SAP Event Management
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Output Management Configuration Guide
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Visual Business Configuration with SAP TM
System Prerequisites
The scenario requires an ERP system to be configured for at least the following processes:
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SD: Order-to-cash process
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Sales order entry
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Delivery creation
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Posting goods issue
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Billing document creation
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Transfer to accounting
MM: Purchase order process
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Purchase order entry
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Logistics invoice verification
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Invoice document creation (ERS settlement)
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Transfer to accounting
FI/CO
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The processes listed above
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Country-specific legal requirements (such as tax calculation)
Geographic and Organizational Unit Prerequisites
This scenario is based on a transportation network in the United States with a plant and shipping point in Chicago.
To use the transportation network as described in this guide, the plant used in the customer system should be
located in the same area.
The following organizational structures and document types are used by default, and need to be adjusted to
customer-specific organizational structures once the functions have been verified:
Table 5
Business Object
Value
Company Code
3000
Controlling Area
2000
Plant
3100
Storage Location
0001
Shipping Point
3105
Sales Organization
3000
Distribution Channel
10
Division
00
Sales Document Type
OCEP
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Master Data
Activities
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Master Data Setup in SAP ERP [page 10]
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Transferring Organizational & Master Data from SAP ERP to SAP TM [page 20]
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Master Data Setup in SAP TM [page 22]
3.1
Master Data Setup in SAP ERP
Activities
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Defining Shipping Condition [page 10]
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Defining Sales Order Type [page 11]
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Defining Shipping Points [page 11]
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Defining Shipping Point Determination [page 12]
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Defining Customer Master Data [page 12]
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Mapping Organizational Units [page 14]
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Defining Carrier Master Data [page 15]
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Defining Products [page 16]
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Defining Packing Products [page 18]
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Defining Conditions [page 20]
3.1.1
Defining Shipping Condition
Procedure
1.
In Customizing for SAP ERP, choose Logistics Execution Shipping Basic Shipping Functions
Shipping Point and Goods Receiving Point Determination Define Shipping Conditions .
2.
Enter the following data:
Table 6
3.
10
SC
Description
99
CEP
Save your entries.
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3.1.2
Defining Sales Order Type
Procedure
1.
In Customizing for SAP ERP, choose Sales and Distribution
Header Define Sales Document Types .
2.
Select OR and choose Copy As...
3.
Enter the following data:
Sales
Sales Documents
Sales Document
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Field
Value
Sales Document Type
OCEP
Description
CEP Order
Shipping Conditions
99
Save your entries.
3.1.3
Defining Shipping Points
Procedure
1.
In Customizing for SAP ERP, choose Enterprise Structure
Copy, Delete, Check Shipping Point .
Definition
2.
Choose the Define Shipping Point activity.
3.
Choose the New Entries pushbutton and enter shipping point 3105 :
4.
Save your entries.
Logistics Execution
Define,
The address maintenance dialog box appears.
5.
Enter the following data:
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Field
Value
Street/House Number
W Damen Ave 2210
Postal Code/City
60608 Chicago
Country
US
Region
IL
Time Zone
CST
Save your entries.
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Assigning Shipping Point to Plant
Procedure
1.
In Customizing for SAP ERP, choose
Shipping Point to Plant .
2.
Select plant 3100 and choose the Assign pushbutton.
3.
Select shipping point 3105 and choose Confirm .
4.
Save your entries.
3.1.5
Enterprise Structure
Assignment
Logistics Execution
Assign
Defining Shipping Point Determination
Procedure
1.
In Customizing for SAP ERP, choose Logistics Execution Shipping Basic Shipping Functions
Shipping Point and Goods Receiving Point Determination Assign Shipping Points .
2.
Enter the following data:
Table 9
3.
Shipping Condition
Loading Group
Plant
Proposed Shipping Point
99
0001
3100
3105
Save your entries.
3.1.6
Assigning Shipping Point to Plant
Procedure
1.
In Customizing for SAP ERP, choose
Shipping Point to Plant .
2.
Select plant 3100 and choose the Assign pushbutton.
3.
Select shipping point 3105 and choose Confirm .
4.
Save your entries.
3.1.7
Navigation Structure
Assignment
Logistics Execution
Assign
Defining Customer Master Data
Procedure
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On the SAP Easy Access screen for SAP ERP, choose Logistics Sales and Distribution
Business Partner Customer Create Complete or call transaction XD01 .
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2.
In the dialog box that appears, enter the following data:
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Field
Value
Account group
KUNA: General customers
Customer
CEP-CU-01
Company code
3000
Sales organization
3000
Distribution channel
10
Division
00
3.
Choose the Continue pushbutton.
4.
On the Address tab page, enter the following information:
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Field
Value
Name
Vario Ltd
Search term
Vario Ltd
Address
S Damen Ave 2210, Chicago, IL, 60608
Time Zone
CST
Save your entries.
The Create Customer: Company Code Data screen appears.
6.
On the Account Management tab page, enter reconciliation account 140000 .
7.
Press ENTER .
The Create Customer: Sales Area Data screen appears.
8.
On the Billing Documents tab page, enter 0 for each tax classification in the Taxes table.
9.
Remain on the Billing Documents tab page and enter the following data:
Table 12
Field
Value
Incoterms
FH
Terms of Payment
0001
Account Assignment Group
01
10. Save your entries.
11. Repeat the steps above to create master data for the following customers (all other settings are the same as
above):
Table 13
Customer
Name
Search Term
Address
Time Zone
CEP-CU-02
Groupon Inc
Groupon Inc
600 W Chicago
CST
Ave Ste 400,
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Name
Search Term
Address
Time Zone
Chicago, IL
60654-2801
CEP-CU-03
ServerCentral
ServerCentral
111 West
CST
Jackson Blvd,
Suite 1600,
Chicago, IL
60604
CEP-CU-04
Trustwave
Trustwave
70 W. Madison
Holdings
Holdings
St., Suite
CST
1050, Chicago,
IL 60602
3.1.8
Updating Customer Master Data
Procedure
1.
On the SAP Easy Access screen for SAP ERP, choose Logistics Sales and Distribution
Agreements Customer Material Information Create or call transaction VD51 .
2.
Create a new entry using the following attributes.
Master Data
Table 14
Field
Value
Customer
CEP-CU-01
Sales Organization
3000
Distribution Channel
10
3.
Press ENTER .
4.
Insert material CEP-PROD-01 , press ENTER , and choose Info Record Details .
5.
Enter plant 3100 in the Shipping section.
6.
Save your entries.
7.
Repeat the above steps for customers CEP-CU-02 to CEP-CU-04 .
3.1.9
Mapping Organizational Units
Procedure
1.
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Management Invoice Integration Invoicing Mapping of Organizational Units Assign Organizational
Units for Purchasing .
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Choose the New Entries pushbutton.
3.
Enter the following data:
Table 15
Field
Value
Logical System
<Logical name of the connected SAP TM
system>
TM Pur. Organization
<Purchasing organization number> CEPPORG-1
4.
TM Purchasing Group
<Purchasing group number> CEP-PGRP-1
Settlement Type
001
Purchasing Org .
3000
Purch. Group
P01
Plant
3100
Company Code
3000
Document Type
NB
Material Group
007
Save your entries.
3.1.10 Defining Carrier Master Data
Procedure
1.
On the SAP Easy Access screen for SAP ERP, choose Logistics
Partner Service Agent Create or call transaction XK01 .
2.
On the initial screen, enter the following data:
Logistics Execution
Master Data
Table 16
Field
Value
Vendor
CEP-CR-01
Company Code
3000
Purchasing Organization
3000
Account Group
0005
3.
Press ENTER .
4.
On the address screen, enter the following data:
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Field
Value
Name
ALR Express Ltd
Search Term
ALR Express Ltd
Street
1010 Main Street
Postal Code
60600
City
Chicago
Country
US
Region
IL
Time Zone
CST
5.
Choose the Next Screen pushbutton or press F8 .
6.
On the Accounting Information Accounting screen, enter reconciliation account 151000 and cash
management group A1 .
7.
Choose the Next Screen pushbutton or press F8 until the Purchasing Data screen appears.
8.
Enter order currency USD and incoterm CFR .
9.
Select the GR-Based Inv. Verif. checkbox.
10. Save your entries.
11. Repeat the procedure to create carrier CEP-CR-02 – “National Trucking” with an address of Durand Ave,
Trenton, NJ 08611, United States. All other data remains as stated above.
3.1.11
Defining Products
Procedure
1.
On the SAP Easy Access screen for SAP ERP, choose Logistics Materials Management
Material Create (General) Immediately or call transaction MM01 .
2.
Enter the following data:
Material Master
Table 18
3.
16
Field
Value
Material
CEP-PROD-01
Industry sector
Mechanical engineering
Material type
Finished product
Choose the Select View(s) pushbutton and select the following views:
○
Basic Data 1
○
Sales: Sales Org. Data 1
○
Sales: Sales Org. Data 2
○
Sales: General/Plant Data
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5.
○
Purchasing
○
Accounting 1
On the Org. Levels screens, enter the following organizational levels:
○
Plant 3100
○
Sales organization 3000
○
Distribution channel 10
On the Basic Data 1 view, enter the following data:
Table 19
6.
Field
Value
Description
Notebook
Base Unit of Measure
CAR
Material Group
002
Gross Weight
3
Net Weight
2
Weight Unit
LB
Volume
1
Volume Unit
FT3
On the Sales Org. Data 1 tab page, enter tax data as follows:
Table 20
Country
US
Tax Category
USA
UTXJ
Tax Classification
Tax Jurisdict.
1
Taxable
Code
7.
US
USA
UTX2
County Sales Tax
1
No Tax
US
USA
UTX3
City Sales Tax
1
No Tax
On the Sales Org. Data 2 view, enter the following data:
Table 21
8.
Field
Value
Material Pricing Grp
01
Acct Assignment Grp
01
Item Category Group
NORM
On the Sales: General/Plant Data view, enter the following data:
Table 22
Field
Value
Availability Check
KP – no check
Trans. Grp
0001
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9.
Field
Value
Loading Grp
0001
On the Purchasing view, enter material group 002 .
10. On the Accounting 1 view, enter the following data:
Table 23
Field
Value
Valuation Class
7920
Price Control
S
Standard Price
100
11. Save your entries.
3.1.12
Defining Packing Products
Procedure
1.
On the SAP Easy Access screen for SAP ERP, choose Logistics Materials Management
Material Create (General) Immediately or call transaction MM01 .
Material Master
2.
Create materials CEP-ALR-BOX and CEP-UNEXP-BOX , and specify the industry sector Mechanical
engineering and the material type Packaging ( VERP ).
3.
4.
5.
Choose Select View(s) and select the following views:
○
Basic Data 1
○
Sales: Sales Org. Data 1
○
Sales: Sales Org. Data 2
○
Sales: General/Plant Data
○
Purchasing
○
Accounting 1
On the Org. Levels screens, enter the following organizational levels:
○
Plant 3100
○
Sales organization 3000
○
Distribution channel 10
On the Basic Data 1 tab page, enter the following information:
Table 24
18
Field
Material CEP-ALR-BOX
Material CEP-UNEXP-BOX
Description
ALR-BOX
UNEXP-BOX
Base Unit of Measure
EA
EA
Material Group
002
002
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Material CEP-ALR-BOX
Material CEP-UNEXP-BOX
Gross Weight
1
1
Net Weight
1
1
Weight Unit
LB
LB
Volume
1
1
Volume Unit
FT3
FT3
On the Sales: Sales Org. Data 1 view, enter tax data based on the following for both materials:
Table 25
Country
US
Tax Category
USA
UTXJ
Tax Classification
Tax Jurisdict.
1
Taxable
Code
7.
US
USA
UTX2
County Sales Tax
1
No Tax
US
USA
UTX3
City Sales Tax
1
No Tax
On the Sales Org. Data 2 view, enter the following information for both materials:
Table 26
8.
Field
Value
Material Pricing Grp
01
Acct Assignment Grp
01
Item Category Group
NORM
On the Sales: General/Plant Data view, enter the following information for both materials:
Table 27
9.
Field
Value
Availability Check
KP – no check
Trans. Grp
0001
Loading Grp
0001
Packaging Material Type
Z070
On the Purchasing view, enter material group 002 for both materials:
10. On the Accounting 1 view, enter the following information for both materials:
Table 28
Field
Value
Valuation Class
7900
Price Control
S
Standard Price
100
11. Save your entries.
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3.1.13
Defining Conditions
Procedure
1.
2.
On the SAP Easy Access screen for SAP ERP, choose Logistics Sales and Distribution
Conditions Select Using Condition Type Create or call transaction VK11 .
Master Data
On the Create Condition Records screen, enter condition type PR00 and choose the Key Combination
pushbutton.
3.
In the Key Combination dialog box, select the Customer/material with release status radio button and press
ENTER .
4.
On the Create Price Condition (PR00): Fast Entry screen, enter the following data:
Table 29
Field
Value
Sales Organization
3000
Distribution Channel
10
Customer
CEP-CU-01
Material
CEP-PROD-01
Amount
850
Unit
USD
per
1
Unit of Measure (UoM)
CAR
Valid from
2013–01–01
Valid to
9999–12–31
5.
Save your entries.
6.
Repeat the above steps for customers CEP-CU-02 , CEP-CU-03 , and CEP-CU-04 .
3.2
Transferring Organizational & Master Data from SAP ERP
to SAP TM
In this procedure, you create and activate an integration model. The integration model selects the plant and
receiving point data and transfers them from SAP ERP to SAP Transportation Management. Locations and
business partners are then created or updated in SAP Transportation Management.
In SAP Transportation Management, locations of type 0001 (plant) are created for the plants. Business partners
with role BBP000 (vendor) are created automatically for plants and shipping points. The business partner is
assigned to the location.
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1.
On the SAP Easy Access screen for SAP ERP, choose Logistics Central Functions Supply Chain
Planning Interface Core Interface Advanced Planner and Optimizer Integration Model Create .
Alternatively, call transaction CFM1 .
2.
Enter the following data:
Table 30
Field
Value
Model Name
CEP-IM-001
Logical System
<Logical system ID of SAP TM target
system> , for example, TM1CLNT1
APO Application
<Logical SAP TM system>
3.
In the Material Dependent Objects screen area, select the Materials and Plants checkboxes.
4.
In the Material Independent Objects screen area, select the Customers , Vendors , and Shipping Points
checkboxes.
Note
When you transfer vendors to the SAP TM system, you must ensure that the Create Loc./BP function
(create business partners in SAP TM for the location) is set to 2 on the Vendors and Customers tab pages
so that business partners and locations are generated for vendors.
5.
Choose the Further Restrictions pushbutton next to each checkbox and enter the following data:
Table 31
6.
Field
Value
Material
CEP-PROD-01
Plant
3100
Vendor (carrier)
CEP-CR-01 to CEP-CR-04
Customer
CEP-CU-01 to CEP-CU-04
Shipping Point
3105
Choose Execute to continue.
The selected filter objects (plants, materials, and shipping points) are displayed on the result screen with the
relevant number of filtered objects.
7.
Choose the Generate IM pushbutton to create the integration model.
The system issues the message Integration model CEP-IM-001 generated for target system <logical SAP TM
system> and application logical <SAP TM system> .
8.
Leave the transaction.
9.
On the SAP Easy Access screen for SAP ERP, choose Logistics Central Functions Supply Chain
Planning Interface Core Interface Advanced Planner and Optimizer Integration Model Activate .
Alternatively, call transaction CFM2 .
10. Enter the following data:
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Field
Value
Model Name
CEP-IM-001
Logical System
<Logical system ID of SAP TM target
system> , for example, TM1CLNT001
APO Application
<Logical SAP TM system>
11. Choose Execute to continue.
The created version of the selected integration model is listed.
12. Double-click the integration model in the tree structure on the left-hand side.
13. Click the red cross in the table (indicating that the integration model version is inactive) in the first row of the
New Status column.
The icon changes to a green check mark (indicating that the integration model is active).
14. Choose the Start pushbutton from the tool bar to start the activation and save.
15. If necessary, confirm all dialog boxes to run the data transfer.
Checking Master Data Transfer
Once you have transferred the data from SAP ERP to SAP TM, check that the business partners have been
created in the SAP TM system.
1.
2.
On the SAP Easy Access screen for SAP Transportation Management, choose
Master Data Maintain Business Partner or call transaction BP .
Transportation Management
Check that carriers CEP-CR-01 to CEP-CR-04 have been created with the business partner role Vendor
( BBP000 ).
3.
Check that customers CEP-CU-01 to CEP-CU-04 have been created with the business partner roles Sold-to
Party ( CRM002 ) and Ship-to Party ( CRM000 ).
Note
To add a new business partner role, select the relevant role from the Display in BP role dropdown box and then
save your changes.
3.3
Master Data Setup in SAP TM
Activities
●
Defining Purchasing Organizations [page 23]
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Defining Purchasing Groups [page 24]
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Defining Execution Organizations and Groups [page 24]
●
Checking the Transfer of Master Data from SAP ERP [page 27]
●
Defining Geocoordinates for Locations [page 30]
●
Defining Transportation Zones [page 32]
●
Defining Means of Transport [page 33]
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Defining Transportation Lanes [page 34]
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Defining Vehicle Resources [page 35]
3.3.1
Defining Purchasing Organizations
Procedure
1.
In SAP NetWeaver Business Client, choose
.
Master Data
Organization
Create Organization and Staffing
2.
Enter validity dates in the first dialog box.
3.
On the Basic Data tab page at the bottom of the screen, enter the following information:
Table 33
4.
Field
Description
Value
Organizational unit
Identifier
CEP-PORG-1
Description
General description
CEP: Purchasing Org US
On the Org. Data tab page, choose the Create pushbutton and enter the following information:
Table 34
5.
Field
Description
Value
Organization ID
Identifier for the organizational unit
CEP-PORG-1
Org. Unit Function
Not applicable
2 – Purchasing
Org. Unit Role
Role of this organizational unit
1 – Organization
On the Address tab page, enter the following information:
Table 35
6.
Field
Value
Subtype
<Main Address>
Street/House
W Cermak Road 155
City
Chicago
Postal Code
60608
Country
US
Region
IL
Save your entries.
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3.3.2
Defining Purchasing Groups
Procedure
1.
In SAP NetWeaver Business Client, choose
.
Master Data
Organization
Create Organization and Staffing
2.
Enter validity dates in the first dialog box.
3.
On the Basic Data tab page at the bottom of the screen, enter the following information:
Table 36
4.
Field
Description
Value
Organizational unit
Identifier
CEP-PGRP-1
Description
General description
CEP: Purchasing Group US
On the Org. Data tab page, choose the Create pushbutton and enter the following information:
Table 37
Field
Description
Value
Organization ID
Identifier for the organizational unit
<Next number generated by
system>
5.
Org. Unit Function
Not applicable
2 – Purchasing
Org. Unit Role
Role of this organizational unit
3 – Group
On the Address tab page, enter the following information:
Table 38
6.
Field
Value
Subtype
<Main Address>
Street/House
W Cermak Road 155
City
Chicago
Postal Code
60608
Country
US
Region
IL
Save your entries.
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Defining Execution Organizations and Groups
Procedure
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Enter validity dates in the first dialog box.
3.
On the Basic Data tab page at the bottom of the screen, enter the following information:
Table 39
Field
Description
Value
Organizational unit
Identifier
CEP-PEORG-1
Description
General description
CEP: Planning and
Organization
4.
On the Org. Data tab page, choose the Create pushbutton and enter the following information:
Table 40
Field
Description
Value
Organization ID
Identifier for the organizational unit
<Organizational unit
defined previously>
5.
Org. Unit Function
Not applicable
13 – Planning and Execution
Org. Unit Role
Role of this organizational unit
1 – Organization
On the Address tab page, enter the following information:
Table 41
Field
Value
Subtype
<Main Address>
City
Chicago
Country
US
6.
Save your entries.
7.
Repeat the procedure to create a purchasing execution group.
8.
On the Basic Data tab page, enter the following data:
Table 42
Field
Description
Value
Organizational Unit
Specifies the organizational unit to be
CEP-PEGRP-1
created
Description
General description
CEP: Planning & Execution
Group
9.
On the Org. Data tab page, choose the Create pushbutton and enter the following data:
Table 43
Field
Description
Value
Org. ID
Organizational unit identifier. This is
<Organizational unit that
an internal number.
you previously defined>
Specifies the type of organizational
13 – Planning and Execution
Org. Unit Function
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Field
Description
Value
Org. Unit Role
Specifies the role of the organizational 3 – Group
unit
10. On the Address tab page, enter the following data:
Table 44
Field
Description
Value
Subtype
Defines the type of address
Main Address
City
City
Chicago
Country
Country of the address
US
11. Save your entries.
3.3.4
Defining Packaging Type
Procedure
1.
In Customizing for SAP Transportation Management, choose Transportation Management Integration
ERP Logistics Integration Delivery-Based Transportation Requirement Define Usage of ERP Packaging
Information .
2.
Enter the following data:
Table 45
3.
Field
Value
Logical System. (Send)
<Sending logical system>
Packaging Material Type
Z070
Item Category
Package
External Identifier
Use External Identifier 1
Package Type
Z070
Save your entries.
3.3.5
Defining Transportation Service Level Codes
Procedure
1.
In Customizing for SAP Transportation Management, choose Transportation Management
Order Management Define Transportation Service Level Codes .
2.
Enter the following data:
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3.
SC
Description
99
CEP
Save your entries.
3.3.6
Checking the Transfer of Master Data from SAP ERP
Master data such as plants and customers can be transferred from SAP ERP to SAP Transportation Management
via CIF. Other master data has to be created directly in the SAP TM system.
In this procedure, you check that the master data from SAP ERP has been transferred correctly to SAP TM (for
more information, see Transferring Organizational & Master Data from SAP ERP to SAP TM [page 20] ).
Prerequisites
You have transferred the following data from SAP ERP to SAP TM:
Table 47
Plant
3100
SAP ERP and SAP TM code for customers
CEP*
SAP ERP and SAP TM code for carriers
CEP*
Procedure
1.
In SAP NetWeaver Business Client, choose
Master Data
General
Define Product
or call transaction /
SAPAPO/MAT1 .
2.
Check that the following data has been transferred successfully to SAP Transportation Management:
Table 48
Attribute
Value
Product
CEP-PROD-01@ERP001
Storage location
0001
Sales organization
3000
Distribution channel
10
Material group
002
Gross weight
3
Net weight
2
Weight unit
LB
Volume
1
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Attribute
Value
Volume unit
FT3
Transportation group
0001
Item category group
NORM
Price control
S
Standard price
100
Storage condition
03
Base unit of measure
CAR
Product freight group
100
Packaging material type
0002
3.3.7
Updating Business Partners
Once carrier and customer business partners have been created automatically, you have to add some SAP TMspecific information to them.
Procedure
1.
In SAP NetWeaver Business Client, choose
Alternatively, you can start transaction BP .
Master Data
General
Define Business Partner (BP)
.
2.
On the Business Partner screen, enter CEP* in the search field on the left-hand side, choose Start and double
click your carrier CEP-CR-01 from the result list.
3.
Switch to edit mode.
4.
In the drop-down list for the Change in BP role field, select the role Vendor and then select the role Carrier .
5.
On the Vendor Data tab page, create three service levels using the following attributes:
Table 49
Service Level Code
Service Level Code Description
D1
ALR Overnight
D2
ALR Express (2 Day)
D3
ALR Standard
6.
Save your entries.
7.
Repeat the procedure to assign the new role to carrier 02 and enter the following service level codes:
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Service Level Code
Service Level Code Description
F1
Union Express Overnight
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F2
Union Express (2 Day)
F3
Union Express Standard
8.
Save your entries.
9.
On the Business Partner screen, enter CEP* in the search field on the left-hand side, choose Start and double
click your customer CEP-CU-01 from the result list.
10. Switch to edit mode.
11. In the drop-down list for the Change in BP role field, select the role Sold-To Party and then select the role
Ship-To Party .
12. Repeat this procedure for all your customers.
13. Save your entries.
14. Assign the following business partner roles to your business partners CEP-CU-01 and CEP-CU-01 :
○
Sold-to Party
○
Ship-to Party
3.3.8
Defining Business Partners for Plants
When data is transferred to SAP Transportation Management, the system does not create business partners for
plants and shipping points automatically. You therefore need to define these manually and assign the business
partner to the master data for the shipping point location.
Procedure
1.
In SAP NetWeaver Business Client, choose
Master Data
Maintain Business Partner
2.
On the Business Partner screen, enter PL3100 and choose Business Partner (Gen) .
3.
On the Address tab page, enter the following data in the table:
.
Table 51
4.
Field
Value
Name
Plant 3100
Search Term
Plant 3100
Street
W Cermak Road 1955
Postal Code
60600 Chicago
Country
US
Region
IL
Time Zone
CST
Save your entries.
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3.3.9
Assigning Business Partner for Plant to Shipping Point
Location
When data is transferred to SAP Transportation Management, the system does not create business partners for
plants and shipping points automatically. You therefore need to define these manually and assign the business
partner to the master data for the shipping point location.
Procedure
1.
In SAP NetWeaver Business Client, choose
Master Data
Transportation Network
Location
.
2.
On the Location Master Data screen, enter shipping point location SP3105@ERP100 and choose Change .
3.
On the Business Partner screen, enter PL3100 .
4.
Save your entries.
3.3.10 Defining Geocoordinates for Locations
Once you have defined your locations in the SAP ERP system and transferred the data to SAP TM, you must
specify geocoordinates for your locations.
Prerequisites
●
You have defined the master data for locations in SAP ERP.
●
You have transferred the location data to SAP TM.
Procedure
Master Data
Transportation Network
Locations
1.
In SAP NetWeaver Business Client, choose
Location .
2.
As the location, enter CUCEP-CU-01@ERP001 .
3.
Choose Change .
4.
In the Geographical Data screen area of the General tab page, enter the following geocoordinates:
Define
Table 52
Sign
Degrees
Minutes
Seconds
Longitude
—
87
39
0
Latitude
+
41
50
0
CUCEPCU-01@ERP001
5.
Save your entries.
6.
Repeat the procedure for the remaining customers using the following geocoordinates:
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Sign
Degrees
Minutes
Seconds
Longitude
—
87
39
0
Latitude
+
41
50
0
Sign
Degrees
Minutes
Seconds
Longitude
—
87
39
0
Latitude
+
41
50
0
Sign
Degrees
Minutes
Seconds
Longitude
—
87
39
0
Latitude
+
41
50
0
CUCEPCU-02@ERP001
○
Customer CUCEP-CU-03@ERP001 :
Table 54
CUCEPCU-03@ERP001
○
Customer CUCEP-CU-04@ERP001 :
Table 55
CUCEPCU-04@ERP001
3.3.11
Defining Waybill Types
Along with general transportation details, the freight order contains several shipments that represent consigneespecific movements. The carrier bases logistical planning on each shipment, which results in the assignment of a
unique shipment number to each delivery (this also enables cargo tracking). In the cargo item hierarchy of a
freight order, every shipment aggregates one or more items at package level or product level.
From a technical point of view, waybills are used to model these shipments.
Procedure
1.
In Customizing for SAP Transportation Management, choose
Waybill Stock Define Waybill Number Stock Types .
2.
Create the following entry:
Transportation Management
Master Data
Table 56
Field
Value
Stock Type
CEP1
Description
CEP Waybill for Parcel Shipments
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3.
Field
Value
TrM
01
Org. Category
2 Purchasing
Number Length
10
Chk Digits
No Check Digits
Prefix
Not selected
Save your entries.
3.3.12 Defining Waybill Stock
Master air waybill stocks are used to control the capacities ordered for a certain flight with a certain carrier.
Procedure
1.
In SAP NetWeaver Business Client, choose
Master Data
General
Overview Waybill Stock
2.
Create an entry with number stock type CEP1 .
3.
In the Stock Data Area screen area, choose Insert and enter the following data:
.
Table 57
Field
Value
Stock ID
CEP1
Description
Stock for Parcel Shipments
Number Range from
1
Number Range to
100000000
Valid from
<current year> -01-01
Valid to
<next year> -12-31
Threshold
000
4.
Choose Insert and add organization CEP-PORG-1 .
5.
Choose Insert and add carrier CEP-CR-01 .
6.
Save your entries.
3.3.13 Defining Transportation Zones
Carriers calculate charges based on different transportation zones. You therefore need to define these
transportation zones in the SAP Transportation Management system.
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1.
In SAP NetWeaver Business Client, choose Zones Define Transportation Zone .
Master Data
Transportation Network
2.
On the Maintain Zone screen, choose the Create pushbutton.
3.
Create the zone “CEP Chicago” .
4.
On the Zone – Postal Code tab page, choose the Create pushbutton.
Transportation
The Maintain Zone dialog box appears.
5.
Specify the country as the United States and enter the postal code range 60600 to 60699 .
6.
Save your entries.
3.3.14 Defining Means of Transport
Procedure
1.
In Customizing for SAP Transportation Management, choose
Resources Define Means of Transport .
Transportation Management
2.
Choose the New Entries pushbutton and enter the following data:
Master Data
Table 58
Field
Value
Means of Transport
CEP
MTr Description
CEP Transport
Transportation Mode
01 - ROAD
Multiresource
Select
Number of Individual Resources
Average Speed
30
Distance Factor
1.00
Table 59
Field
Value
Means of Transport
MTr Description
Transportation Mode
Multiresource
Select
Number of Individual Resources
Average Speed
Distance Factor
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Field
Value
Means of Transport
MTr Description
Transportation Mode
Schedule MTr
Select
Average Speed
Distance Factor
3.
Save your entries.
Note
Since this scenario does not make use of a geographical information system (GIS), you must enter a distance
factor and an average speed. If you have a connection to a GIS provider, select the GIS Quality attribute and
enter the three different average speeds instead.
When you save, the system may issue a message stating that the IGS or GIS tool is unavailable. Ignore this
message.
3.3.15 Defining Intrazone Lane
Intrazone lanes are used to model the transportation network. A lane represents a direct route that can be used to
transport products from the source to the destination. Transportation lanes may be defined between locations
(direct lanes), between transportation zones and locations, within transportation zones (intrazone lanes), and
between transportation zones.
You can use intrazone lanes if all locations within a zone can be reached from all other locations within the same
zone using certain means of transport, for example, trucking for the precarriage stage within a certain region.
The lane defines which means of transport you can use for transportation in which geographic region.
Procedure
1.
In SAP NetWeaver Business Client, choose
Define Transportation Lane .
2.
On the Intrazone Lane/ Loc. Transp. tab page, enter CEP_CHICAGO and choose the Create pushbutton.
3.
Create a transportation lane with the following data by clicking Creation of a New Entry in the Means of
Transport screen area:
Master Data
Transportation Network
Transportation Lanes
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CEP
Start Date
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Value
End Date
2099-12-31
Relevant to Carrier Selection
Select
Priority/Costs
X Neither Costs Not Priority
Cost Origin
I Internal Costs
Contin. Move Type
No Continuous Move
4.
Choose Copy and Close . If a message appears prompting you to create a proposal, choose Yes .
5.
Save your entries.
Assigning Carriers to Transportation Lanes
Once you have created the transportation lane, you must assign the carriers to it as follows:
1.
In the screen area for the carrier, choose the Creation of a New Entry pushbutton.
2.
Enter the following data:
Table 62
Field
Value
Business Partner
CEP-CR-01
Consider Carrier for P2P Tendering
Select
3.
Choose the Copy and Close pushbutton.
4.
Save your entries.
5.
Repeat the procedure for business partner CEP-CR-02 .
3.3.16 Defining Vehicle Resources
Vehicle resources model the trucks that deliver goods from the shipper to the consignee. The trucks are part of
the carrier’s own fleet. You define trucks as means of transport, to which you assign the vehicle resource. In this
scenario, we assume that the shipper does not have its own fleet.
Procedure
1.
In SAP NetWeaver Business Client, choose
Master Data
Resources
Define Resource
.
2.
On the Transportation Master Resource screen, enter resource CEP-TRUCK-01 and choose the Create
Resources pushbutton.
3.
On the Vehicle tab page, enter the following data in the table:
Table 63
Field
Value
Means of Transport
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4.
Field
Value
Time Zone
CST
Continuous Dimension
Mass
Factory Calendar
US
Capacity
16500
Unit
LB
On the Capacity tab page, enter the following data for each resource:
Table 64: CEP-TRUCK-XX
Continuous Dimension
Capacity
Unit
Comment
Volume
1236
FT3
The maximum volume of
the truck
5.
Save your entries.
6.
Repeat the procedure to create resources CEP-TRUCK-02 to CEP-TRUCK-10 .
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Order Management
Activities
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Defining Allocation Structures (CO-PA) [page 37]
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Defining Settlement Profiles (CO-PA) [page 38]
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Defining Delivery Document Types [page 40]
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Defining and Identifying Sales Document Type [page 41]
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Assigning Sales Areas to Sales Document Types [page 42]
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Defining Sales Document Item Categories [page 42]
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Assigning Item Categories [page 43]
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Creating Requirements Classes [page 43]
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Defining Requirements Classes [page 44]
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Defining Requirements Types [page 44]
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Assigning Requirements Types [page 45]
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Assigning General Ledger Accounts [page 45]
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Mapping Charge Types to Condition Types [page 46]
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Assigning Transportation Charge Types [page 46]
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Assigning Organizational Units for Purchasing [page 47]
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Defining Application and Posting Type [page 47]
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Activating Transfer of Outbound Deliveries [page 48]
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Defining Conditions for Automatic Determination of Output Types [page 49]
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Defining Conditions for Pick-Up Delivery Time Windows [page 50]
4.1
Defining Allocation Structures (CO-PA)
Procedure
1.
In Customizing for SAP ERP, choose Controlling
Product Cost by Sales Order Period-End Closing
Product Cost Controlling Cost Object Controlling
Settlement Create Allocation Structure .
2.
If it does not already exist, create allocation structure TM with the description TM Settlement Sales
Orders .
3.
Choose the TM entry.
4.
Double-click Assignments in the navigation tree and choose the New Entries pushbutton to create an
assignment with the following data:
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Table 65
Assignment
Text
11
Total Costs
21
Revenues
5.
Press Enter to confirm your entries.
6.
Select the assignment 11 Total Costs and double-click Settlement Cost Elements .
The Set Controlling Area dialog box appears.
7.
Enter controlling area 2000 .
8.
Choose the New Entries pushbutton and enter the following data:
Table 66
9.
Receiver Cat.
By Cost Element
Settlement Cost Elem
PSG
Not selected
656000
SDI
Not selected
656000
Press Enter to confirm your entries.
10. Double-click Assignments in the navigation tree, select 21 Revenues , and double-click Settlement Cost
Elements .
11. Choose the New Entries pushbutton and enter the following data:
Table 67
Receiver Cat.
By Cost Element
Settlement Cost Elem
PSG
Not selected
666000
SDI
Not selected
666000
12. Press Enter to confirm your entries.
13. Save your entries.
14. If the system issues a warning message, press Enter to confirm.
4.2
Defining Settlement Profiles (CO-PA)
Procedure
1.
In Customizing for SAP ERP, choose Controlling
Product Cost by Sales Order Period-End Closing
transaction OKO7 .
Product Cost Controlling Cost Object Controlling
Settlement Create Settlement Profile or call
2.
If it does not already exist, create settlement profile TM0001 with the description TM Settlement Sales
Orders and the following settings:
In the Actual Costs/Cost of Sales screen area:
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Field
Value
To Be Settled in Full
Selected
Can Be Settled
Not selected
Not for Settlement
Not selected
In the Default Values screen area:
Table 69
Field
Value
Allocation Structure
TM
PA Transfer str,
30
Default object type
PSG
In the Indicators screen area:
Table 70
Field
Value
100% validation
Selected
%-Settlement
Selected
Equivalence numbers
Not selected
Amount Settlement
Not selected
Var. to costing based PA
Selected
In the Valid Receivers screen area:
Table 71
Field
Value
G/L account
Settlement Optional
Cost Center
Settlement Optional
Order
Settlement Optional
WBS element
Settlement Optional
Fixed Asset
Settlement Optional
Material
Settlement Optional
Network
Settlement Not Allowed
Profit. Segment
Settlement Optional
Sales order
Settlement Optional
Cost objects
Settlement Optional
Order item
Settlement Optional
Business proc.
Settlement Not Allowed
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Field
Value
Real Est.Object
Settlement Not Allowed
In the Other Parameters screen area:
Table 72
Field
Value
Document type
SA
Max.no.dist. rls
10
Residence time
3
3.
Save your entries.
4.
If the system issues a warning message, press ENTER to confirm.
4.3
Defining Delivery Document Types
Procedure
1.
In Customizing for SAP ERP, choose
.
Logistics Execution
Shipping
Deliveries
Define Delivery Types
2.
Copy default delivery type LF to CEPL and make sure that the attributes are set as follows:
Table 73
40
Field
Value
Delivery Type
CEPL
Description
CEP Delivery
Document Cat.
J
Nr. Int. assgt.
17
ItemNoIncrement
10
No. range ext.
18
Order required
X Sales order required
Defalt ord. ty.
OCEP
ItemRequirement
202
Stor.loc.rule
MARE
TextDetermPRoc.
02
OutputDet.Proc.
V10000
Output Type
TRD0
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Field
Value
Application
V2
Route determination
A new route determination without check
Delivry Split – WhNo
Select
Delivery Split Part.
Select
PartnDet.Proc.
ODCD
Screen seq. grp
LF
Display Range
UALL – All Items
Save your entries.
4.4
Defining and Identifying Sales Document Type
An existing sales order type can be used for this integration, or you can create a new sales order type. Common
scenarios include a normal sales order type in the standard system (order type: OR) or a rush order (order type:
RO).
Procedure
1.
In Customizing for SAP ERP, choose Sales and Distribution Sales
Header Define Sales Document Types or call transaction VOV8 .
Sales Documents
Sales Document
2.
If required, copy order types to a unique order type. Use the standard order type (OR) to create an OCEP
entry.
3.
Press ENTER and confirm the Dependent Entries for Copy Control dialog box.
4.
In the Shipping area, change the following attributes:
Table 74
5.
Field
Value
Delivery Type
CEPL
Shipping Conditions
99
Save your entries.
Result
You have created order type OCEP .
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4.5
Assigning Sales Areas to Sales Document Types
Procedure
1.
In Customizing for SAP ERP , choose Sales and Distribution Sales
Document Header Assign Sales Area to Sales Document Types .
Sales Documents
Sales
2.
Choose the Assign Sales Order Types Permitted for Sales Area activity.
3.
On the following screen, ensure that the following entry exists in the table. If the entry does not exist, create it
using the data below:
Table 75
Field
Description
Value
Ref S
Sales organization
3000
RefD
Distribution channel
10
Div
Divisions
00
SaTy
Sales document type
OCEP
Result
You have assigned order type OCEP to a sales area.
4.6
Defining Sales Document Item Categories
In this procedure, you can either use an existing sales document item category or you can create a new one.
Common scenarios use a standard sales document item category of type TAN .
Procedure
1.
In Customizing for SAP ERP, choose
Item Define Item Categories .
Sales and Distribution
Sales
Sales Documents
Sales Document
2.
If required, copy sales document item category TAN and create sales document item category TMAN with the
following data (retain all other existing settings):
Table 76
42
Field
Value
Description
TM Item w/ CO-PA
Completion Rule
B
Pricing
X
Business Item
Select
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Field
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Sched.Line Allowed
Select
Determine Cost
Select
Screen Seq.Grp
N
Billing Form
Blank
DIP Prof.
Blank
Usage
Blank
Save your entries.
4.7
Assigning Item Categories
In this procedure, you assign the new TMAN item category so that it can be used.
Procedure
1.
In Customizing for SAP ERP, choose
Item Assign Item Categories .
Sales and Distribution
Sales
Sales Documents
2.
Create the following entry or copy a standard entry and add the following data:
Sales Document
Table 77
3.
Field
Value
Sales Document Type
OCEP
Item Category Group
NORM
Default Item Category
TMAN
Save your entries.
4.8
Creating Requirements Classes
In this procedure, you create requirements class TM1 .
Procedure
1.
In Customizing for SAP ERP, choose Sales and Distribution Basic Functions Availability Check and
Transfer of Requirements Transfer of Requirements Define Requirement Classes or call transaction
OVZG .
2.
Create the following entry:
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3.
Field
Value
Reqmts class
TM1
Description
TM: Sales Order w/ CO-PA
Acct Assign. Category
E
Save your entries.
4.9
Defining Requirements Classes
In this procedure, you define requirements class TM1 .
Procedure
1.
In Customizing for SAP ERP, choose Sales and Distribution Basic Functions
Costing Maintain Requirements Classes For Costing/Account Assignment .
2.
Select requirements class TM1 and choose the Details pushbutton.
3.
Open the details view for requirement class TM1 and enter the following data:
Account Assignment/
Table 79
4.
Field
Value
Costing Variant
PCO4
Account assignment category
E
Settlement profile
TM0001
Results Analysis Key
000004
Save your entries.
4.10 Defining Requirements Types
Procedure
1.
In Customizing for SAP ERP, choose Sales and Distribution Basic Functions Availability Check and
Transfer of Requirements Transfer of Requirements Define Requirements Types .
2.
Create an entry using the following data:
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Requirements Type –
Requirements Class
Short Description
TM1
TM: Sales Order w/
Short Description
TM1
TM: Sales Order w/
CO-PA
3.
Requirements Class –
C
Save your entries.
4.11 Assigning Requirements Types
Procedure
1.
In Customizing for SAP ERP, choose Sales and Distribution Basic Functions Availability Check and
Transfer of Requirements Transfer of Requirements Determination of Requirement Types Using
Transaction or call transaction OVZI .
2.
Choose item category TMAN and configure the following settings:
Table 81
3.
Item Category
Type
Requirement Type
Origin Requirement Type
TMAN
ND
TM1
Blank
Save your entries.
4.12 Assigning General Ledger Accounts
Procedure
1.
In Customizing for SAP ERP, choose Sales and Distribution Basic Functions Account Assignment/
Costing Revenue Account Determination Assign G/L Accounts or call transaction VKOA .
2.
On the Assign G/L Account screen, select table 1 ( Cust.Grp/MaterialGrp/AcctKey ) and click the magnifying
glass icon ( Choose ).
3.
On the Change View "Cust.Grp/MaterialGrp/AcctKey": Overview screen, enter the following data:
Table 82
App
CndTy.
ChAc
SOrg.
AAG
AAG
ActKy
G/L
Account
4.
V
KOFK
CAUS
3000
01
01
ERF
809000
V
KOFK
CAUS
3000
01
01
ERL
888000
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4.13 Mapping Charge Types to Condition Types
In this procedure, you map charge types in SAP Transportation Management to condition types in SAP ERP.
Procedure
1.
In Customizing for SAP ERP, choose Integration with Other SAP Components Transportation
Management Invoice Integration Mapping for Cost Distribution Assign Transportation Charge Elements
to Condition Types .
2.
On the Change View "Map TM Charge Type to ERP Conditions Types": Overview screen, enter the following
data:
Table 83
3.
Cat.Code
Subcat.Cd.
Charge Type
Sales Cnd Type.
Purchase Cnd Type
004
100000
FB00
Blank
FB00
002
103009
SRVC
Blank
FB01
Save your entries.
4.14 Assigning Transportation Charge Types
Procedure
1.
In Customizing for SAP ERP, choose Integration with Other SAP Components Transportation
Management Invoice Integration Invoicing Assignment of Transportation Charge Elements Assign
Service Master Record and Account Assignment Category .
2.
On the Change View "Map Transportation Charge Item to Service Master Record": screen, choose the New
Entries pushbutton.
3.
On the New Entries: Overview of Added Entries screen, enter the following data:
Table 84
Cat.Code
Subcat.Cd
Charge Type
Activity Number
A
Service Short
Text
4.
46
004
100000
FB00
1000020
F
Base Freight
002
103009
SRVC
1000020
F
Base Freight
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Procedure
1.
In Customizing for SAP ERP, choose Integration with Other SAP Components Transportation
Management Invoice Integration Invoicing Mapping of Organizational Units Assign Organizational
Units for Purchasing .
2.
On the Change View "Map Transportation Charge Item to Service Master Record": screen, choose the New
Entries pushbutton.
3.
On the New Entries: Overview of Added Entries screen, enter the following data:
Table 85
Field
Value
Logical System
<Your logical system ID> (for example,
TM1CLNT001)
4.
TM Purchasing Organization
<Your TM purchasing organization>
TM Purchasing Group
Blank
Settlement Type
CEP6
Purchasing Org.
3000
Purch. Group
Blank
Plant
3100
Company Code
3000
Document Type
NB
Save your entries.
4.16 Defining Application and Posting Type
Procedure
1.
In Customizing for SAP ERP, choose Integration with Other SAP Components Transportation
Management Invoice Integration Mapping for Cost Distribution Posting via Agency Business
Application and Posting Type .
2.
On the Change View "Application": Details screen, choose New Entries .
3.
On the New Entries: Overview of Added Entries screen, enter the following data:
Define
Table 86
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Value
Application
1
Description
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Field
Value
Application
4.
Document Flow Reference
REF_NUMBER
Container Structure
Blank
Condition Structure
WZRE_S_EXT_COND_DESCR_TM
Save your entries.
4.17 Activating Transfer of Outbound Deliveries
In this procedure, you activate the transfer of outbound deliveries to SAP Transportation Management by
assigning a control key to the required document types.
Prerequisites
You have defined the required control keys in the Customizing activity Define Control Keys for Document
Transfer .
Procedure
1.
In Customizing for SAP ERP, choose Integration with Other SAP Components
Management Order Integration Activate Transfer of Delivery Documents .
Transportation
2.
On the Delivery Document Transfer screen, add a new entry for the following combinations:
Table 87
Field
Description
Value
Shipping Point
Applicable shipping point
3100
Delivery Type
Delivery type assigned to your order
CEPL
type
Shipping Condition
Shipping condition
Blank
Control Key
Control key for document transfer
0005
TM Number
Technical SAP TM number. This is
<XXXX>
relevant only if you have more than
one SAP ERP system connected to
your SAP TM system.
3.
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The delivery type is activated for integration with SAP Transportation Management.
4.18 Defining Conditions for Automatic Determination of
Output Types
Note
This procedure is optional.
If you complete this procedure, users do not have to enter the output types in the outbound delivery each time the
delivery is created. The system determines the relevant output types automatically if a condition type as been
specified.
Prerequisites
You have configured the output type ( TRD0 ).
Procedure
1.
On the SAP Easy Access screen in SAP ERP, choose Logistics Materials Management Purchasing
Master Data Subsequent Settlement Customer Rebate Agreements Environment Customer
Messages Shipping Create or call transaction VV21 .
2.
Enter output type TRD0 to define the condition and press ENTER .
3.
Define the condition type using the following data:
Table 88
4.
Field
Description
Value
Del. Type
Delivery type
CEPL
Name
Defaulted by previous entry
Delivery
Funct .
Function
Blank
Partner
Partner
Blank
Medium
Medium
8
Date/Time
Date and time
4
Lang .
Language
<Your language>
Save your entries.
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4.19 Defining TOR Incompatibility with Consignee Condition
You can use this procedure to create a condition to enable the incompatibility of a carrier with a customer.
Procedure
1.
In SAP NetWeaver Business Client, choose
Create Condition .
Application Administration
2.
On the New Condition Definition screen, enter the following values:
General Settings
Conditions
Table 89
Field
Description
Value
Condition
Condition
CEP-INCOMP-TOR-INCOM
Description
Description of the condition type
TOR Incompatibility
Condition Type
Condition type (this is a system-
/SCMTMS/INC_TO
supplied condition type)
Origin of Condition
3.
From where the condition information
Direct Business Object
is derived
Access
Choose the Continue pushbutton.
Note
If the system issues a message stating that the condition already exists, continue this process using the
edit condition entry.
4.
In the Data Access Definition table, choose the Create pushbutton and enter the following data:
Table 90
Column Position in
Data Access Definition for
BRFplus Decision Table
Conditions
10
/SCMTMS/
Data Object Description
Input Help
Consignee ID
TOR_CONSIGNE
5.
Data Element Used for
/SCMTMS/
PTY_CONSIGNEE
Save your entries.
4.20 Defining Conditions for Pick-Up Delivery Time Windows
Procedure
1.
In SAP NetWeaver Business Client, choose
Create Condition .
2.
On the New Condition Definition screen, enter the following data:
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3.
Field
Value
Condition Name
CEP-PUDL-001
Description
NON_DLV_COST
Condition Type
/SCMTMS/TOR_TIMEWIND
Origin of Condition
Condition Based on BRFplus Decision Table
Choose the Data Access Definition pushbutton followed by the Create pushbutton, and enter the following
data in the table:
Table 92
Field
Value
Column
10
Data Access Definition for Conditions
/SCMTMS/TOR_TYPE
Data Element Used for Input Help
/SCMTMS/TOR_TYPE
4.
Choose the Back pushbutton.
5.
Choose the Insert New Row pushbutton in the Decision Table area.
6.
Enter the following data:
Table 93
7.
Field
Value
Comment
TO Type
CEP3
Freight unit type
EarlstStay
48:00
Converts to 480,000
Prem. Stay
24:00
Converts to 240,000
Earliness
1
None
Lateness
1
None
Del. Stay
24:00
Converts to 240,000
Lat. Stay
72:00
Converts to 720,000
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Planning
Activities
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Creating Incompatibilities [page 52]
●
Creating Incompatibility Settings [page 53]
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Defining Freight Unit Types [page 54]
●
Defining Freight Unit Building Rules [page 56]
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Creating Selection Profiles for Freight Units [page 64]
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Creating Selection Profiles for Freight Orders [page 66]
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Defining Capacity Settings [page 67]
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Defining Optimizer Settings [page 68]
●
Defining Freight Settlement Document Types [page 69]
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Creating Carrier Selection Settings [page 69]
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Creating Planning Cost Settings [page 70]
●
Creating Planning Profiles [page 71]
5.1
Creating Incompatibilities
You use this procedure to configure settings in SAP Transportation Management based on the conditions for the
incompatibility.
Procedure
1.
In SAP NetWeaver Business Client, choose Application Administration
Incompatibility Definitions Create Incompatibility .
2.
In the Incompatibility Definition screen area, enter the following values:
Planning
General Settings
Table 94
Field
Description
Value
Incompatibility
Incompatibility
CEP-INCOMP-CARRIERCUSTOMER
Description
Description
Carrier Cust.
Incompatibility
52
Determination Method
Determination Method
Condition-Based Incompatibility
External Determination Strategy
External Determination Strategy
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Description
Value
Identical Values Only :
Identical Values Only:
Not selected
Incompatibility Area
Incompatibility Area
05 (Carrier Selection)
Incompatibility Type
Incompatibility Type
81 (Carrier – Transportation Order)
Manual Violation
Manual Violation
Warning If Incompatibility Is Violated
Automatic Violation
Automatic Violation
Incompatibility Must Not Be Violated
In the Conditions screen, area, enter the following data:
Table 95
Field
Description
Value
First Condition
Incompatibility condition that is to be
CEP-INCOMP-COND-CARR-CUST
used. The condition can be created
directly from the link in this field. The
details of this condition are specified
below.
Relevant Condition Result
Incompatibility setting outcome
CEP-CR-02
Second Condition
Incompatibility condition that is to be
CEP-INCOMP-TOR-INCOM
used. The condition can be created
directly from the link in this field. The
details of this condition are specified
below.
Relevant Condition Result
4.
Incompatibility setting outcome
CEP-CU-04
Save your entries.
5.2
Creating Incompatibility Settings
You can use incompatibilities to define the compatibility of planning data that the system is to take into account
during transportation planning. For example:
●
Refrigerated goods must only be transported in an appropriate means of transport (refrigerated trucks).
●
A particular means of transport cannot be unloaded at a location, as the location does not have a suitable
loading ramp.
●
Customers do not want specific carriers to load or unload at their locations.
In this way, you can control the assignment of freight units to transportation plans (in other words, planned
transportation activities) and transportation plans to means of transport, for example.
Procedure
1.
In SAP NetWeaver Business Client, choose Application Administration
Incompatibility Settings Create Incompatibility Settings .
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2.
In the General Data screen area, enter the following data:
Table 96
Field
Description
Value
Incompatibility
Incompatibility
CEP-INCOMP-SET-001
Description
Description of the incompatibility
Customer Carrier
Incompatibility
3.
Incompatibility Area
Applicable TM area
Carrier Selection
Default Incompatibility Settings
Default Incompatibility Settings
Not selected
In the Incompatibility Selection table, choose the Insert pushbutton and enter the following data:
Table 97
Incompatibility
Violation in Manual Planning
Violation in Automatic Planning
CEP-INCOMP-CARRIER-
According to Incompatibility Definition
According to Incompatibility Definition
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Save your entries.
5.3
Defining Freight Unit Types
Procedure
1.
In Customizing for SAP Transportation Management, choose
Freight Unit Define Freight Unit Types .
2.
Select an existing freight unit type and copy it to create your own freight unit type.
3.
Enter the following data:
Transportation Management
Planning
Table 98
Freight Unit Types
Freight Unit Type
CEP1
Description
CEP: Freight Unit Type
Basic Settings
Freight Unit Can Be Deleted
Select
Number Range Settings
Time for Drawing
S Draw Number When Saving Documents
Number Range Interval
04
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Default Change Strategy
DEF_CHACO
Change Strategy Determination Condition
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Quantity Tolerance Condition
Blank
Date Tolerance Condition
Blank
Additional Strategies
Creation Strategy
Blank
Save Strategy
Blank
Deletion Strategy
Blank
Execution Settings
Execution Track Relevance
2 Execution Tracking
Immediate Processing
Not selected
Direct Shipment Options
Direct Shipment Option Type
Automatic Determination of Direct Shipment
Carrier Selection Settings
CEP-CS
Carrier Selection Condition
Blank
Direct Shipment Strategy
DSO_RESULT
DSO Result Rule
Assign to Freight Order
Freight Order Determination
Freight Order Type
CEP3
Default MTr Definition
Default MTr for Type
Blank
Condition for Default MTr
Blank
Default Units of Measure
Weight
LB US pound
Volume
FT3 Cubic foot
Additional Settings
Dangerous Goods Profile
Blank
Rule for PU/DLV Window
Pick-Up and Delivery as Defined in FWO, FWQ, OTR, or DTR
Condition for PU/DLV Window Determ .
Blank
BW Relevance
Not selected
Track Changes
Not selected
Archiving Retention Period in Days
Blank
Web Dynpro Application Conf .
Blank
Organizational Unit Determination
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Freight Unit Types
Purchasing Organization
CEP-PORG-1
Determination Rules
Consider Organization of User
Not selected
Condition
Blank
4.
Press ENTER .
5.
Save your entries.
5.4
Defining Freight Unit Building Rules
A freight unit building rule (FUB rule) is used by and assigned to a DTR type. The freight unit building rule specifies
how freight units are built when a delivery-based transportation requirement is created.
Procedure
1.
In SAP NetWeaver Business Client, choose Application Administration
Freight Unit Building Rule Create Freight Unit Building Rule .
Planning
General Settings
2.
On the New Freight Unit Building Rule screen, enter the following values on the General Data tab page:
Table 99
Field
Description
Value
Freight Unit Building Rule
Identification of the FUBR
CEP-FUBR-STANDARD
Description
Description of this FUBR
CEP FUBR - Standard
Document Type
Freight unit type to be used for the
CEP1
freight unit
Incompatibility Setting
Not used
Blank
Freight Unit Building Strategy
This strategy defines how to
Consolidate per Request
consolidate
Critical Quantity
Defines the weight/volume limits for
Gross Weight
the freight unit
Item Split Allowed
Indicator to define if the item
Select
quantities could be split across
different freight units
3.
Choose the Advanced Settings tab page and enter process controller strategy FUB_AUTO .
4.
Choose the General Data tab page again and enter the following data In the Planning Quantities table:
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Planning Quantity for
Unit of Measure of Split
Freight Unit Building
Quantity
Gross Weight
LB
Split Quantity
Rounding Quantity
16500
1
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5.5
Defining Delivery-Based Transportation Requirement
Types
This document type is used to map the delivery-based transportation requirement (DTR) that is received from
SAP ERP. This document type is used in the step where this mapping is carried out.
Prerequisites
You have defined a freight unit building rule.
Procedure
1.
In Customizing for SAP Transportation Management, choose Transportation Management Integration
ERP Logistics Integration Delivery-Based Transportation Requirement Define Delivery-Based
Transportation Requirement Types .
2.
On the Create View Delivery-Based Transportation Requirement Types: Details of Selected Set screen, enter
the following values:
Table 101
Field
Description
Value
DTR Type
ID for our DTR document type.
CEP2
Description
Description of the DTR type being
Delivery
defined.
Default Type
Select this value if this is the only DTR
Deselect
type defined in the system.
Number Range Interval
Number range that is used to assign
02
numbers to the DTR types.
BW Relevance
Indicates if this document type is
Select
relevant for BW.
Automatic FU Building
Indicates if the freight units are to be
Select
built automatically. If this is selected, a
FU building rule must be defined.
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Field
Description
Value
Propagate Changes
Indicates how the changes to a
Synchronous Propagation of Changes,
document’s information (such as
Fallback to Asynchronous
quantities) are transferred.
Default Weight UoM
Default UoM for gross weight for this
LB
document type.
Default Volume UoM
Default UoM for gross Volume for this
FT3
document type.
Freight Unit Building Rule
Rule that is used when building freight
CEP-FUBR-STANDARD
units (when the Automatic Freight Unit
Building indicator is selected)
3.
Save your entries.
5.6
Defining Freight Order Types
Procedure
1.
In Customizing for SAP Transportation Management, choose Transportation Management Freight Order
Management Freight Order Define Freight Order Types or call transaction /SCMTMS/C_FOR .
2.
On the Freight Order Types: Overview screen, choose the New Entries pushbutton.
3.
On the New Entries: Details of Added Entries screen, enter the following data in the header area:
Table 102
Field
Description
Value
Freight Order Type
Unique 4-character ID of the freight
CEP3
order type that you want to define
Description
Description of the freight order type
CEP: Freight Order
that you want to define
4.
In the Basic Settings screen area, enter the following data:
Table 103
Field
Description
Value
Freight Order Can Be Subcontracted
Specifies whether the freight order
01 Relevant for Subcontracting
type can use subcontracting
processes
Shipper/Consignee Determination
Defines how the shipper and
P Determination Based on
consignee are identified for this freight Predecessor Documents
unit type
Fix Document When Saving
None
Not selected
Freight Order Can Be Deleted
Specifies whether the freight order
Select
with this type can be deleted
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Field
Description
Sequence type of Stops
Value
Star-shaped based on freight unit
stages
5.
In the Charge Calculation and Settlement Document Settings , set the default FSD type to CEP6 .
6.
In the Execution Settings screen area, enter the following data:
Table 104
Field
Description
Value
Execution Track. Relev.
Controls document tracking.
1 No Execution Tracking
If you want to track certain types of
documents, choose 2 (execution
tracking) or 3 (execution tracking with
external event management). The
system then sets the initial document
execution status to Not Started .
If you do not want to track documents,
choose 1 (no execution tracking). The
system then sets the initial document
execution status to Not Relevant .
Check Condition "Ready for Exec."
Not used.
Blank
Immediate Processing
Determines whether the status In
Select
Process is set as soon as the
document is created and saved.
Propagate Execution Info
Indicates whether an event that is
Not selected
reported at the document level for the
freight order is to be propagated to
the predecessor documents.
Application Object
Type of application object to be
ODT30_TO
tracked in the application system
(necessary for determining event
management-relevance for an
application object). The event
manager processes only event
messages for these objects.
Last Exp. Event
7.
Last expected event for a document
POD
In the Tendering Settings screen area, select the Use Type-Specific Settings radio button and enter the
following data:
Table 105
Field
Description
Value
Process Setting
Controls the tendering process
Blank
settings
Communication Setting
Specifies the strategy for tendering
Blank
communication.
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8.
In the Additional Settings screen area, enter the following data:
Table 106
9.
Field
Value
Dangerous Goods Profile
Blank
Customs Profile
Blank
Deflt Carrier Selection Settings
Blank
In the Number Range Settings screen area, enter the following data:
Table 107
Field
Description
Value
Time for Drawing
Specifies when a number is assigned
S Draw Number When Saving
to the freight order
Document
Number range that is to be used for
FO
Number Range Interval
this document type
10. In the Default Units of Measure screen area, enter the weight as LB US Pound and the volume as FT3 Cubic
Foot .
11. In the Change Controller Settings screen area, enter the following data:
Table 108
Field
Description
Value
Default Change Strategy
Specifies the default strategy that is
NO_ACTION
used for tendering if any changes are
made to the key fields in the freight
order (for example, partners and
quantities)
Change Strategy Det. Cond.
Specifies the condition that the
Blank
system is to use to determine a
change controller strategy at runtime.
If you have defined several change
controller strategies, you can use a
condition to determine the correct
strategy.
The condition type of this condition
is /SCMTMS/CC_TOR_STRAT .
Quantity Tolerance Cond.
Specifies the tolerances when a
Blank
quantity is changed in the freight
order.
Date Tolerance Condition
Specifies the tolerances when a date
Blank
is changed in the freight order.
12. In the Default MTr Determination screen area, enter the following data:
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Value
Default MTr for Type
Blank
Condition for Def MTr
Blank
Transportation Mode
06
13. In the Output Options screen area, enter the following data:
Table 110
Field
Value
Output Profile
/SCMTMS/TOR_PRINT_ROAD
Add. Output Profile
Blank
Text Schema
Blank
Dynamic Determination of Output
Not selected
14. In the Organizational Unit Determination screen area, enter the following information:
Table 111
Field
Description
Value
Execution Organization
ID of the organizational unit that is
<Organizational unit
defined:
number for CEP-PEORG-1>
●
As unit function 13 – Planning
and Execution
●
Purchasing Organization
Execution Group
As unit role 1 – Organization
ID of the organizational unit that is
<Organizational unit
defined:
number for CEP-PORG-1>
●
As unit function 2 – Purchasing
●
As unit role 1 – Organization
ID of the organizational unit that is
<Organizational unit
defined:
number for CEP-PEGRP-1>
●
As unit function 13 – Planning
and Execution
●
Purchasing Group
Consider Organization Unit of User
As unit role 3 – Group
ID of the organizational unit that is
<Organizational unit
defined:
number for CEP-PGRP-1>
●
As unit function 2 – Purchasing
●
As unit role 3 – Group
ID of the organizational unit that is
Not selected
defined
Condition
ID of the organizational unit that is
Blank
defined
15. Save your entries.
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Once you have defined the freight order type, you have to enter it in the planning profile. For more information,
see Creating Planning Profiles [page 71] .
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Conditions and Selection Profiles
6.1
Defining Conditions for DTR Type Determination
When the SAP Transportation Management system receives a delivery, it creates a delivery-based transportation
requirement (DTR). This must be mapped to a document in the SAP Transportation Management system to
determine the subsequent workflow process.
In this configuration step, the DTR type is determined when a delivery is transferred from SAP ERP to SAP
Transportation Management.
Procedure
1.
In SAP NetWeaver Business Client, choose
Create Condition .
Application Administration
2.
On the New Condition Definition screen, enter the following data:
General Settings
Conditions
Table 112
3.
Field
Value
Condition
ZDTR_TYPE
Description
DTR Type Determination Condition
Condition Type
/SCMTMS/DTR_TYPE
Origin of Condition
Condition Based on BRFplus Decision Table
Choose Continue .
Note
If the system issues a message stating that the condition already exists, continue this process using the
edit condition entry from the point at which you maintain values on the Decision Table tab page.
4.
Choose the Data Access Definition pushbutton and enter the following data:
Table 113
5.
Row
Data Access Definition
10
/SCMTMS/TRQ_DLV_CAT
20
/SCMTMS/TRQ_DLV_TYPE
Choose Back and add the following rows to the decision table:
Table 114
Field
Description
Value
TR: ERP Delivery Typ
Incoming base document type
Parameter: Is Equal To CEPL
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Field
Description
Value
DTR Type
Specify the data for integration here –
CEP2
the document type that is identified
and used in SAP TM for DTR.
Note
To enter values on the Decision Table tab page, you may have to switch to edit mode and choose Insert
New Row .
6.
Save your entries.
Result
You have configured the integration settings between the incoming sales document and the DTR document type.
6.2
Creating Selection Profiles for Freight Units
Procedure
1.
In SAP NetWeaver Business Client, choose
Create Selection Profile .
Application Administration
Planning
Selection Profiles
2.
On the New Selection Profile screen, choose the Selection Profile tab page and enter the following values:
Table 115
3.
Field
Value
Selection Profile
CEP-SEL-PRO-01
Description
CEP-SEL-PRO-01
Maximum Number of Selected Objects
200
Choose the New pushbutton beside the Geographical Sel. Attributes field.
A dialog box appears.
4.
Enter the following information in the dialog box:
○
Profile Name : CEP-GEO
○
Description : CEP: Geographical Sel. Attr.
5.
Choose the OK pushbutton.
6.
Choose the Geographical Selection Attributes tab page and select the Both Locations checkbox.
7.
On the Source Zones tab page, enter the following data:
Table 116
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Sign
Option
Lower Value
Upper Value
Inclusive
Pattern
CEP CHICAGO
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On the Destination Zones tab page, enter the following data:
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Sign
Option
Lower Value
Upper Value
Inclusive
Pattern
CEP CHICAGO
Blank
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10. Return to the Selection Profile tab page and choose New next to the Time-Related Sel. Attributes field.
11. Enter the following information in the dialog box:
○
Profile Name : CEP-TIME
○
Description : CEP: Time-Related Sel. Attr.
12. Choose the OK pushbutton.
13. Choose the Time-Related Selection Attributes tab page.
14. In the Pick-Up and Delivery screen areas, enter the following data:
Table 118
Field
Value
Pick-Up in Days
180
Delivery in Days
180
15. Save your entries.
16. Return to the Selection Profile tab page and choose New next to the Additional Sel. Attributes field.
17. Enter the following information in the dialog box:
○
Profile Name : CEP-ADD
○
Description : CEP: Additional Sel. Attr.
18. Choose the OK pushbutton.
19. Choose the Additional Selection Attributes tab page.
20. On the Selection Values tab page, enter the following data:
Table 119
Field
Value
Business Object for Selection
/SCMTMS/TO
Field Name
TOR_TYPE
Sign
Inclusive
Option
Within Range
Lower Limit
CEP1
Upper Limit
CEP2
21. Save your entries.
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6.3
Creating Selection Profiles for Freight Orders
Procedure
1.
In SAP NetWeaver Business Client, choose
Create Selection Profile .
Application Administration
Planning
Selection Profiles
2.
On the New Selection Profile screen, choose the Selection Profile tab page and enter the following values:
Table 120
3.
Field
Value
Selection Profile
CEP-FO-SEL-01
Description
CEP-FO-SEL-01
Maximum Number of Selected Objects
200
Choose the New pushbutton next to the Geographical Sel. Attributes field.
A dialog box appears.
4.
Enter the following information in the dialog box:
○
Profile Name : CEP-GEO
○
Description : CEP: Geographical Sel. Attr.
5.
Choose the OK pushbutton.
6.
Choose the Geographical Selection Attributes tab page and select the Both Locations checkbox.
7.
On the Source Zones tab page, enter the following data:
Table 121
8.
Sign
Option
Lower Value
Upper Value
Inclusive
Pattern
CEP CHICAGO
Blank
On the Destination Zones tab page, enter the following data:
Table 122
9.
Sign
Option
Lower Value
Upper Value
Inclusive
Pattern
CEP CHICAGO
Blank
Save your entries.
10. Return to the Selection Profile tab page and choose the New pushbutton next to the Time-Related Sel.
Attributes field.
11. Enter the following information in the dialog box:
○
Profile Name : CEP-TIME
○
Description : CEP: Time-Related Sel. Attr.
12. Choose the Time-Related Selection Attributes tab page.
13. In the Pick-Up and Delivery screen areas, enter the following data:
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Pick-Up in Days
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Delivery in Days
180
14. Save your entries.
15. Return to the Selection Profile tab page and choose the New pushbutton next to the Additional Sel. Attributes
field.
16. Enter the following information in the dialog box:
○
Profile Name : CEP-ADD
○
Description : CEP: Additional Sel. Attr.
17. Choose the Additional Selection Attributes tab page.
18. On the Selection Values tab page, enter the following data:
Table 124
Field
Value
Business Object for Selection
/SCMTMS/TO
Field Name
TOR_TYPE
Sign
Inclusive
Option
Within Range
Lower Limit
CEP3
Upper Limit
19. Save your entries.
6.4
Defining Capacity Settings
You use this procedure to define the resource capacity used during optimization.
Procedure
1.
In SAP NetWeaver Business Client, choose Application Administration Planning
Settings Capacity Selection Settings Create Capacity Selection Settings .
2.
In the General Data screen area, enter the following values:
Planning Profile
Table 125
3.
Field
Value
Capacity Selection Settings
CEP-CAPA
Description
CEP: Capacity Selection Settings
On the Vehicle Resources tab page, enter the following values:
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4.
Field
Value
Attributes for Vehicle Resource Selection
MTRTCO062_I or VEHICLERES_ID
Sign
Inclusive
Option
Pattern
Lower Limit
*CEP*
Upper Limit
Blank
Save your entries.
6.5
Defining Optimizer Settings
Procedure
1.
In SAP NetWeaver Business Client, choose Application Administration
Settings Optimizer Settings Create Optimizer Settings .
2.
On the New Optimizer Settings screen, enter the following values:
Planning
Planning Profile
Table 127
Field
Description
Value
Optimizer Settings
Self-defined name for optimizer
CEP-OPT-SET-01
Description
Description
CEP: Optimizer Settings
Planning Strategy
Planning strategy
VSR_1STEP
FO Building Rule
FO building rule
New Freight Order When Resource Is
Empty
Accept Transp. Prop.
Accept transportation proposal
Save Route and Freight Documents
Planning Strategy for Transp. Prop.
Planning strategy for transportation
VSR_DEF
proposal
Max. Number of Trans Proposals
Maximum number of transportation
6
proposals
Max. No. of Parallel Processes
Maximum number of parallel
1
processes
Max. Runtime (Seconds)
VSR optimizer runtime (seconds)
30
Max. Time w/o Improvement
Maximum time without improvement
5
Consider Capacities During
Consider capacities during
Yes
Optimization
optimization
Maximum No. of Transshipment Loc.
Maximum number of transshipment
2
locations
3.
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Defining Freight Settlement Document Types
Procedure
1.
In Customizing for SAP Transportation Management, choose Transportation Management
Freight Settlement Define Freight Settlement Document Types .
2.
Choose the New Entries pushbutton.
3.
Enter the following data:
Settlement
Table 128
4.
Field
Value
FSD Type
CEP6
Description
CEP: Carrier Settlement Document
FSD Category
10 Freight Settlement Document
Track Changes
Select
Bus. Warehouse
Select
Cost Distribution
Select
No. Range Interval
01
Output Profile
/SCMTMS/TOR_INV_PREP
Add. Output Profile
/SCMTMS/SFIR_PRINT
Dynamic Determination of Output Profile
Not selected
Save your entries.
6.7
Creating Carrier Selection Settings
You use this procedure to create the carrier selection settings, which direct the carrier selection optimizer to
make the proper rules-based decision.
Procedure
1.
In SAP NetWeaver Business Client, choose Application Administration
Settings Carrier Selection Settings Create Carrier Selection Settings
2.
Create the carrier selection settings using the following data:
○
Planning
.
Planning Profile
In the General Data screen area, enter the following data:
Table 129
Field
Value
Carrier Selection Settings
CEP_CS
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Field
Value
Description
CEP: Carrier Selection Setting
Check Incompatibilities
Not selected
Type of Carrier Selection Settings
Carrier Selection for Direct Shipment
In the Advanced Settings screen area, enter the following data:
Table 130
3.
Field
Value
Planning Strategy
TSPS_DEF
Overall Carrier Availability
Not selected
Transportation Charge Interpretation
Do Not Accept Carriers with Charges of Zero
Consider Hierarchy
Blank
Save your entries.
6.8
Creating Planning Cost Settings
The planning costs settings help to direct the optimizer’s decisions about penalty and transit costs.
Procedure
1.
In SAP NetWeaver Business Client, choose Application Administration
Settings Planning Costs Settings Create Planning Costs Settings .
2.
Create a planning costs profile with the following values:
Planning
Planning Profile
Table 131
General Data
Value
Planning Cost Settings
CEP-PLAN-COST-SET-01
Description
CEP: Planning Costs Settings
Currency
USD
Earliness/Delay Cost Basis
Earliness/Delay Costs Defined in Planning Costs
Costs for Non-Delivery
999,999,999.000000000000
Costs for Earliness per Day
1.00000000000
Costs for Lateness per Day
1.00000000000
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Take into Account Costs per Distance and Distance Unit
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Fixed Means-of Transport Specific Costs
100
Repeat for each MTr
…
Means of Transport
CEP_LTL
Calculation Basis for Costs per Distance: Planning Costs
Do not take into Account Costs per Distance
Calculation Basis for Costs per Distance: Lane
Do not take into Account Costs per Distance
Fixed Means-of Transport Specific Costs
0
(Means-of-Transport Specific) Cost per Distance Unit
0.000
Taken from lane based on setting above
Unit of Measure
…
(Means-of-Transport Specific) Maximum Distance
0.000
Taken from lane based on setting above
3.
Select the row in the table and enter the following values on the Means-of-Transport Setting Details tab page:
Table 133
4.
Field
Value
Means of Transport
OCEP
Dist. Costs from Planning Costs Settings
No
Dist. Costs from Transportation Lane
Yes
Basis for Quantity Costs
Transportation Lane/Schedule: Distance-Independent
Premature Pick-Up
1.000
Delayed Pick-Up
1.000
Premature Delivery
1.000
Delayed Delivery
1.000
Costs per Additional Intermed. Stop
150.0000000000000
Maximum Number of Stops
4.000000000000000
Save your entries.
6.9
Creating Planning Profiles
In this procedure, you create a planning profile to determine how freight units are selected based on geography,
pick-up dates, and delivery dates.
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Procedure
1.
In SAP NetWeaver Business Client, choose
Create Planning Profile .
Application Administration
Planning
Planning Profiles
2.
On the New Planning Profile screen, enter the following data in the General Data screen area of the Planning
Profile tab page:
Table 134
3.
Field
Value
Planning Profile
CEP-PLAN-PROF-01
Description
CEP: Planning Profile
In the Business Document Type screen area, set the type determination rule to Defined per Category in
Planning Profile .
The screen changes to display a number of additional fields.
4.
Choose any entry as the default type for the road freight order.
Note
Once you have created the freight order type for the road freight order used in this scenario, you must
change this entry to the correct freight order type. For more information, see Defining Freight Order
Types [page 58] .
5.
In the Planning Horizon screen area, enter the following data:
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6.
Field
Value
Duration in Days
180
Additional Duration (hh:mm)
Blank
Offset in Days
Blank
Additional Offset (hh:mm)
Blank
Factory Cal. for Offs./Dur. Calc.
Blank
Round Horizon to Full Days
Select
Time Zone for Rounding the Horizon
CST
In the Profile Assignments screen area, enter the following data:
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Field
Value
Selection Profile for Freight Orders
Blank
Selection Profile for Freight Bookings
Blank
Capacity Selection Settings
CEP-CAPA
Optimizer Settings
CEP-OPT-SET-01
Planning Costs Settings
CEP-PLAN-COST-SET-01
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Field
Value
Incompatibility Settings
Blank
Carrier Selection Settings
CEP-CS
In the Manual Planning screen area, enter the following data:
Table 137
8.
Field
Value
Manual Planning Strategy
VSRI_DEF
Consider Fixing Status
Warning When Changing Fixed Documents
In the Scheduling area, enter the following data:
Table 138
9.
Field
Value
Scheduling Strategy
VSS_DEF
Consider Freight Unit Dates
Consider Freight Unit Dates
Scheduling Direction
Backward
In the Check screen area, enter the following data:
Table 139
Field
Value
Check Strategy
VSR_CHECK
Take Capacities into Account
Warning
10. In the Loading and Unloading Duration screen area, enter the following data:
Table 140
Field
Value
Service Time Definition
Freight Unit and MTr Independent
Loading/Unloading Duration
00:30:00
11. Save your entries.
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Charge Management
The charge elements used in this scenario are:
Table 141
Object Type
Rate Table
Calculation Sheet
Freight Agreement
Object
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CEP-RT-CR-01
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CEP-RT-CR-02
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CEP-TCCS-CR01-SL1
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CEP-TCCS-CR01-SL2
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CEP-TCCS-CR01-SL3
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CEP-TCCS-CR02-SL1
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CEP-TCCS-CR02-SL2
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CEP-TCCS-CR02-SL3
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CEP-FA-CR-01
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CEP-FA-CR-02
Description
One rate table per carrier to calculate
charges depending on the weight of the
shipment .
One calculation sheet per service level
offered by each carrier. Both carriers
offer 3 service levels with different
delivery times.
One Freight Agreement per Carrier.
Activities
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Defining Carrier Rates [page 81]
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Defining Calculation Sheets [page 83]
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Defining Freight Agreement Types [page 84]
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Defining Freight Agreements [page 85]
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Defining Settlement Profile [page 87]
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Defining Calculation Profile [page 88]
7.1
Defining Product Group Codes
Procedure
1.
In Customizing for SAP Transportation Management, choose SCM Basis Master Data
Lane Transportation Service Provider Profile Define Product Freight Groups .
2.
Enter the following data:
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PrdFrtGp
Description
Tr.Grp
70, 77.5, 100, 125
NMFC freight class 70
0001 (on pallets)
3.
Save your entries.
4.
In Customizing for SAP Transportation Management, choose
Maintain Transportation Groups .
5.
Check that transportation group 0001 On Pallets is defined.
7.2
SCM Basis
Master Data
Product
Defining Source Location Scales
Rates are based on source and destination locations. The source location in this scenario is the shipping point.
Procedure
1.
In SAP NetWeaver Business Client, choose
Catalogs Scales Create Scale .
Master Data
Charge Management and Service Products
2.
On the Create Scale screen, choose the Continue pushbutton without entering a scale template.
3.
On the General Data tab page, enter the following data:
Table 143
Field
Description
Value
Scale
Scale identifier
CEP-SCALE-ORIGIN_LOC
Description
Description of the scale
Source Location
Scale Base
Defines the basis of the scale, such as
LOC
location, distance, or duration.
Scale Type
Specifies how the scales are to be
Same Scale (=)
maintained
Scale Unit of Measure
Specifies the unit of measure for the
Blank
scale base. For example, if the scale
base is distance, the unit of measure
could be kilometers or miles.
Rounding Profile
4.
Rule to round up or down
Blank
On the Items tab page, enter the following data in the table:
Table 144
5.
Internal Location
Calculation Type
SP3100@ERP001
Absolute
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7.3
Defining Destination Region Scales
Truckload rates are represented by origin to state rates. In SAP Transportation Management, no distinction is
made between region and state.
In this step, you create the scale to represent the states in the scenario. The scenario uses two scales to calculate
charges: carriers 01 and 02 are region-based and so a destination-region scale has to be created; carriers 03 and
04 are postal-code-based and so a destination-zone scale has to be created.
Procedure
1.
In SAP NetWeaver Business Client, choose
Catalogs Scales Create Scale .
Master Data
Charge Management and Service Products
2.
On the Create Scale screen, choose the Continue pushbutton without entering a scale template.
3.
On the General Data tab page, enter the following data:
Table 145
Field
Description
Value
Scale
Scale identifier
CEP-SCALE-DEST-REGIO
Description
Description of the scale
Region-Based Scale
Scale Base
Defines the basis of the scale, such as
REGION
location, distance, or duration.
Scale Type
Specifies how the scales are to be
Same Scale (=)
maintained
Scale Unit of Measure
Specifies the unit of measure for the
Blank
scale base. For example, if the scale
base is distance, the unit of measure
could be kilometers or miles.
Rounding Profile
4.
Rule to round up or down
Blank
On the Items tab page, enter the following data in the table:
Table 146
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Calculation Type
IN
Absolute
UT
Absolute
ND
Absolute
CA
Absolute
KY
Absolute
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Note
You can add further rows to define more region values, but remember to also add the respective rates.
7.4
Defining Destination Zone Scales
New scales are defined for a less-than-truck-load scenario based on zones. The following zones have been defined
for this scenario:
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ZN_606 : For postal code 60654 – the Chicago plant/shipping point
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CEP-ZIP-303 : For postal codes 30300 to 40199
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ZN_477 : For postal codes 47000 to 59999
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ZN_402 : For postal codes 40200 to 40299
●
ZN_410 : For postal codes 41000 to 41099
●
ZN_701 : For postal codes 70100 to 99999
Procedure
1.
In SAP NetWeaver Business Client, choose
Catalogs Scales Create Scale .
Master Data
Charge Management and Service Products
2.
On the Create Scale screen, choose the Continue pushbutton without entering a scale template.
3.
On the General Data tab page, enter the following data:
Table 147
Field
Description
Value
Scale
Scale identifier
CEP-SCALE-DEST-ZONE
Description
Description of the scale
3-Digit Zones
Scale Base
Defines the basis of the scale, such as
TRZONE
location, distance, or duration.
Scale Type
Specifies how the scales are to be
Same Scale (=)
maintained
Scale Unit of Measure
Specifies the unit of measure for the
Blank
scale base. For example, if the scale
base is distance, the unit of measure
could be kilometers or miles.
Rounding Profile
4.
Rule to round up or down
Blank
On the Items tab page, enter the following data in the table:
Table 148
Transportation Zone
Calculation Type
CEP-ZIP-303
Absolute
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5.
Transportation Zone
Calculation Type
CEP-ZIP-477
Absolute
CEP-ZIP-410
Absolute
CEP-ZIP-402
Absolute
CEP-ZIP-606
Absolute
CEP-ZIP-701
Absolute
Save your entries.
Note
You can add further rows to define more zone values. Remember to add the respective rate values.
7.5
Defining Less-Than-Truckload Break-Weight Scales
Less-than-truck load (LTL) rates are based on break-weights (that is, scales). These must be defined directly in
the SAP system. Standard business practice would represent these break-weights in terms of CWT
(hundredweight). This practice can be modeled in the SAP system by creating a unit of measure for CWT.
However, in this document, the following pound break-weights are created:
●
0
●
500
●
1000
●
2000
●
5000
●
10000
●
20000
Procedure
1.
In SAP NetWeaver Business Client, choose
Catalogs Scales Create Scale .
Master Data
Charge Management and Service Products
2.
On the Create Scale screen, choose the Continue pushbutton without entering a scale template.
3.
On the General Data tab page, enter the following data:
Table 149
Field
Description
Value
Scale
Scale identifier
CEP-SCALE-LTL_WT_BRK
Description
Description of the scale
LTL Break-Weight Scale
Scale Base
Defines the basis of the scale, such as
WEIGHT
location, distance, or duration.
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Field
Description
Value
Scale Type
Specifies how the scales are to be
Base Scale (>=)
maintained
Scale Unit of Measure
Specifies the unit of measure for the
LB
scale base. For example, if the scale
base is distance, the unit of measure
could be kilometers or miles.
Rounding Profile
4.
Rule to round up or down
Blank
On the Items tab page, enter the following data in the table:
Table 150
5.
Scale Value: Weight
Calculation Type
0.1
Relative
500
Relative
1,000
Relative
2,000
Relative
5,000
Relative
1,0000
Relative
2,0000
Relative
Save your entries.
7.6
Defining Product Group Scales
SAP represents product classes using the product group in the material master. This value is configured as part of
the material master in SAP ERP. There are several product classes, but this scenario uses only a few materials. In
this procedure, you create four product classes (groups):
●
70
●
70.5
●
100
●
125
Procedure
1.
In SAP NetWeaver Business Client, choose
Catalogs Scales Create Scale .
2.
On the Create Scale screen, choose the Continue pushbutton without entering a scale template.
3.
On the General Data tab page, enter the following data:
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Field
Description
Value
Scale
Scale identifier
CEP-SCALE-PRD_GROUP
Description
Description of the scale
Product Group Class Scale
Scale Base
Defines the basis of the scale, such as
PRDGRP
location, distance, or duration.
Scale Type
Specifies how the scales are to be
Same Scale (=)
maintained
Scale Unit of Measure
Specifies the unit of measure for the
Blank
scale base. For example, if the scale
base is distance, the unit of measure
could be kilometers or miles.
Rounding Profile
4.
Rule to round up or down
Blank
On the Items tab page, enter the following data in the table:
Table 152
5.
Charge Product Freight Grp
Calculation Type
70
Absolute
77.5
Absolute
100
Absolute
125
Absolute
Save your entries.
7.7
Defining Stop-Off Scales
Stop-off charges can be either flat rates per stop or increasing charges for each stop. This scenario uses a scale to
represent the increase in costs for each additional stop. If you use flat rates per stop, this procedure is not
required. A flat charge per stop can be represented directly in the calculation sheet.
Procedure
1.
In SAP NetWeaver Business Client, choose
Catalogs Scales Create Scale .
Master Data
Charge Management and Service Products
2.
On the Create Scale screen, choose the Continue pushbutton without entering a scale template.
3.
On the General Data tab page, enter the following data:
Table 153
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Field
Description
Value
Scale
Scale identifier
CEP-SCALE-STOPOFF
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Description
Value
Description
Description of the scale
Stop-Off Scale
Scale Base
Defines the basis of the scale, such as
NUMBER
location, distance, or duration.
Scale Type
Specifies how the scales are to be
Base Scale (>=)
maintained
Scale Unit of Measure
Specifies the unit of measure for the
Blank
scale base. For example, if the scale
base is distance, the unit of measure
could be kilometers or miles.
Rounding Profile
4.
Rule to round up or down
Blank
On the Items tab page, enter the following data in the table:
Table 154
5.
Number of Units
Calculation Type
0.00
Absolute
50.00
Absolute
75.00
Absolute
100.00
Absolute
125.00
Absolute
150.00
Absolute
Save your entries.
7.8
Defining Carrier Rates
In this procedure, you create two rate tables for the parcel carriers.
Procedure
1.
In SAP NetWeaver Business Client, choose Master Data
Catalogs Rate Tables Create Rate Table Definition .
Charge Management and Service Product
2.
On the New Rate Table Definition screen, choose the Continue pushbutton without entering a rate table
template or type.
3.
On the General Data tab page, enter the following information for each rate table definition:
Table 155
Field
CEP-RT-CR-01
CEP-RT-CR-02
Description
Rate Table for CEP-CR-01
Rate Table for CEP-CR-02
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4.
Field
CEP-RT-CR-01
CEP-RT-CR-02
Charge Usage
Service Provider
Service Provider
Time Zone
CET
CET
Charge Type
FB00 (Basic Rate)
FB00 (Basic Rate)
Charge Category
004 (Basic Freight)
004 (Basic Freight)
Charge Subcategory
100000 (Freight Charges)
100000 (Freight Charges)
Positive/Negative
Positive Value
Positive Value
Value Type
Absolute Value
Absolute Value
Choose the Insert Scale pushbutton and enter the following values in the details area of the table (the values
are the same for both carriers):
Table 156
Field
Value
Description
Weight Scale
Calculation Base
GROSS_WEIGHT
Scale Type
To Scale (<=)
Scale Unit of Measure
LB
Rounding Profile
Blank
Minimum Value
Not selected
Maximum Value
Not selected
Rel. Calc. Method
Not selected
5.
Save your entries.
6.
Choose the Dates and Values tab page and enter the following data (same for each carrier):
Table 157
Valid From
Valid To
Currency
<current year> –01–01
2099–12–31
USD
7.
Select the row that you just inserted and choose the Calculation Rules tab page.
8.
Enter the following values in the rate table:
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Gross Weight (in LB)
Carrier 1
Carrier 2
11
10.5
12.00
22
8.00
10.00
55
7.50
8.10
110
6.75
6.50
220
6.00
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Gross Weight (in LB)
Carrier 1
Carrier 2
1100
5.75
5.00
On the Calculation Rules tab page, add a new line with the following attributes (same for each carrier):
Table 159
Field
Value
Calculation Base
GROSS_WEIGHT
Appl. Level of Calc. Rule
Rate Table
Price Unit
1
Unit of Measure
LB
10. Save your entries.
11. On the Dates and Values tab page, choose
7.9
Set Status
Released
to release the rate table for use.
Defining Calculation Sheets
In this step, you create three calculation sheets for each carrier that differ only in the amount of the service
charge, which in turn corresponds to the service level required for the shipment. Service level 1 is always the most
expensive (for example, overnight delivery).
Procedure
1.
In SAP NetWeaver Business Client, choose Master Data
Catalogs Calculation Sheets Create Calculation Sheet
Charge Management and Service Product
.
2.
Choose the Continue pushbutton without specifying a calculation sheet template.
3.
On the New Calculation Sheet screen, create the following calculation sheets in turn:
Table 160
Field
Value
Calculation Sheet
CEP-TCCS-CR01-SL1
Description
TCCS Carrier 01 SL1
Charge Usage
Service Provider
Time Zone
CST
4.
In the Items table, choose
5.
Enter the following data:
Insert
Single Item
. to create a row for each item listed in the table below.
Table 161
Field
Value
Instruction Type
Standard
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6.
Field
Value
Charge Type
FB00
Rate Table
CEP-RT-CR-01
Insert a second item with the following attributes:
Table 162
Field
Value
Instruction Type
Standard
Charge Type
SRVC
Amount
15.00
Currency
USD
7.
Save your entries.
8.
Create two more calculation sheets for carrier 1, changing only the description and the amount for the service
charge as follows:
Table 163
9.
Calculation Sheet Name
Description
Amount
CEP-TCCS-CR01-SL2
TCCS Carrier 01 SL2
15 USD
CEP-TCCS-CR01-SL3
TCCS Carrier 01 SL3
12 USD
Repeat the procedure to create calculation sheets for carrier 2, changing only the name, description, and
amount for the service charge. Use the following data:
Table 164
Calculation Sheet Name
Description
Amount
CEP-TCCS-CR02-SL1
TCCS Carrier 02 SL1
15 USD
CEP-TCCS-CR02-SL2
TCCS Carrier 02 SL2
14 USD
CEP-TCCS-CR02-SL3
TCCS Carrier 02 SL3
13 USD
7.10 Defining Freight Agreement Types
Procedure
1.
In Customizing for SAP Transportation Management, choose Transportation Management
Agreements and Service Products Define Freight Agreement Types .
2.
Choose the New Entries pushbutton and enter the following values, which apply to all your freight
agreements:
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3.
Field
Value
Agr. Type
CEP5
Description
CEP Freight Agreement Type
Dflt Agr. Type
Deselect
Track Changes
Deselect
Multiple Parties
Deselect
Agr. No. Range
02
Txt Schema
Default
Calc Sheet Tmpl
Blank
Time Determ. Type
1 Transit Duration Plus Calendar
Desp. Time Det. Ty.
2 Editable
Departure Cal.
US
Transit Cal.
US
Arrival Cal.
US
Save your entries.
7.11
Defining Freight Agreements
Prerequisites
You have defined freight agreement CEP5 .
Procedure
Create Freight Agreement for Carrier 1
1.
In SAP NetWeaver Business Client, choose
Create Freight Agreement .
Freight Agreement Management
Freight Agreements
2.
On the New Freight Agreement screen, enter agreement type CEP5 and choose the Continue pushbutton
(leave the Mutual Agreement checkbox deselected):
3.
On the General Data tab page, create the following freight agreements in turn:
Table 166
Field
Value
Agreement
CEP-FA-CR-01
Description
Freight Agreement Carrier 01
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Field
Value
Purchasing Organization
CEP-PORG-1
Carrier
CEP-CR-01
Controlled
Select
Time Zone
CET
Valid-From Date
<current year> –01–01
Valid-To Date
2099–12–31
Agreement Priority
1
Document Currency
USD
4.
In the Items screen area, choose the Insert pushbutton and select Item .
5.
Create each of the following items in turn
Table 167
Field
Item 1
Item 2
Item 3
Carrier Service Product
Overnight
2 Day Delivery
Standard
Calculation Sheet
CEP-TCCS-CR01-SL1
CEP-TCCS-CR01-SL2
CEP-TCCS-CR01-SL3
Duration
12:00
24:00
36:00
Service Level
D1
D2
D3
6.
From the toolbar, choose
7.
Save your entries.
Set Status
Released
.
Create Freight Agreement for Carrier 2
1.
2.
In SAP NetWeaver Business Client, choose
Create Freight Agreement .
Freight Agreement Management
Freight Agreements
On the New Freight Agreement screen, enter agreement type CEP5 and choose the Continue pushbutton
(leave the Mutual Agreement checkbox deselected):
3.
On the General Data tab page, create the following freight agreements in turn:
Table 168
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Field
Value
Agreement
CEP-FA-CR-02
Description
Freight Agreement Carrier 02
Purchasing Organization
CEP-PORG-1
Carrier
CEP-CR-02
Controlled
Select
Time Zone
CST
Valid-From Date
<current year> –01–01
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Value
Valid-To Date
2099–12–31
Agreement Priority
1
Document Currency
USD
4.
In the Items screen area, choose the Insert pushbutton and select Item .
5.
Create each of the following items in turn
Table 169
Field
Item 1
Item 2
Item 3
Carrier Service Product
Express
2 Day Delivery
Standard
Calculation Sheet
CEP-TCCS-CR02-SL2
CEP-TCCS-CR02-SL2
CEP-TCCS-CR02-SL3
Duration
12:00
36:00
72:00
Service Level
F1
F2
F3
6.
From the toolbar, choose
7.
Save your entries.
Set Status
Released
.
7.12 Defining Settlement Profile
You use this procedure to define the profile for creating invoices. The settlement profile consists of a set of
parameters with which you control how the system creates invoices. You can assign the defined settlement profile
to an organizational unit using transaction /SCMTMS/TCM_FASET . If you do not specify a settlement profile, the
system uses default settings to create settlement documents.
Procedure
1.
In Customizing for SAP Transportation Management, choose
Define Settlement Profile .
Transportation Management
2.
Choose the New Entries pushbutton and enter the following data:
Settlement
Table 170
Field
Description
Value
Settlement Profile
Name of settlement profile
CEP_SP_01
Description
Description
CEP Settlement Profile
Profile Category
Profile category
Forwarding and Freight Settlement
Data Source
Specifies the data source to be used
01 Planned Data
when settlement documents are
created.
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Field
Description
Value
Calculation Option
Specifies how charges are to be
A Copy Fixed Charges and
calculated when the invoice is created. Redetermine Others
You can copy fixed charges and
redetermine others, or copy all
charges.
3.
Save your entries.
7.13 Defining Calculation Profile
Procedure
1.
In Customizing for SAP Transportation Management, choose Transportation Management
Functions Charge Calculation Basic Settings Define Calculation Profiles .
2.
Choose the New Entries pushbutton and enter the following data:
Basic
Table 171
3.
Field
Value
Calculation Profile
CEP
Description
CEP: Charge Calculation Profile
Calc. Date Ty
System Date
Calculation Level
2 Calculation at Item Level
Agr. Det. Rule
Blank
Calc Sheet Det. Rule
Blank
Through Rate
Blank
Dim Wt Profile
Deselect
Dimal Wt Cond
Blank
Exch. Rate Type
Blank
Data Source
Actual Route
Save your entries.
7.14 Defining Charges Profile
Procedure
1.
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Enter the following data:
Table 172
Field
Value
Charges Profile
CEP_CPROF
Default Purch. Org
<Internal ID of purchasing organization
CEP-PORG-01>
Settlement Profile
CEP_SP_01
Calculation Profile
CEP
Local Currancy
USD
3.
Save your entries.
4.
Update purchasing organization CEP-PORG-01 in transaction PPOME , navigate to the Org. Data tab page, and
enter CEP_CPROF as the charges profile ID.
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Tracking Parcel Shipments in SAP Event
Management
Activities
Configuring Settings for Tracking Parcel Shipments in SAP TM [page 90]
Configuring Settings for Tracking Parcel Shipments in SAP Event Management [page 91]
8.1
Configuring Settings for Tracking Parcel Shipments in
SAP TM
Procedure
1.
In SAP Note 2083997 , enter business configuration set Z_PARCEL_TM_SIDE.bcs
2.
In transaction SCPR3 , upload business configuration set Z_PARCEL_TM_SIDE.bcs .
3.
In transaction SCPR20 , activate business configuration set Z_PARCEL_TM_SIDE.bcs .
4.
In SAP NetWeaver Business Client, choose
Create Condition .
5.
Create a condition with the following data:
Application Administration
General Settings
Conditions
Table 173
Field
Value
Condition
Z_PARCEL_FIX_TOR
Description
Fix Freight Order Chaco
Condition Type
/SCMTMS/CC_TOR_STRAT
Origin of Condition
Condition Based on BRFplus Decision Table
6.
Choose the Data Access Definition pushbutton.
7.
Choose the Create pushbutton and enter the following data:
Table 174
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Field
Value
Column
10
Data Element Used for Input Help
/SCMTMS/TOR_EVENT
Name of BO Used
/SCMTMS/TOR
Name of BO Node Used
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Value
Name of the Field
EVENT_CODE
8.
Choose the Back pushbutton.
9.
In the Decision Table screen area, choose the Insert New Row pushbutton and enter the following data:
Table 175
Field
Value
Event Occuring for a
Is not initial
Chaco Strategy
FIX_TOR
10. Save your entries.
11. In Customizing for Transportation Management under Freight Order Management Freight Order
Define Freight Order Types , enter condition Z_PARCEL_FIX_TOR in the Change Strategy Det. Cond. field of
freight order type CEP3 .
12. Make all further settings that are required for the integration of SAP Transportation Management with SAP
Event Management as described in the Integration of SAP TM with SAP Event Management guide. These
settings include the following:
○
Defining an RFC connection to SAP Event Management
○
Creating a logical system in SAP Event Management
○
Defining SAP Event Management
○
Adding the Event Manager to the application object type which was created by the activation of the
business configuration set
8.2
Configuring Settings for Parcel Shipment Tracking in
SAP Event Management
Procedure
1.
Create function modules as described in SAP Note 2083997 (Implementation Content for Parcel Scenario).
2.
In transaction SCPR3 , upload business configuration set Z_PARCEL_EM_SIDE.bcs .
3.
In transaction SCPR20 , activate business configuration set Z_PARCEL_EM_SIDE.bcs .
4.
Make all further settings that are required for the integration of SAP Transportation Management with SAP
Event Management as described in the Integration of SAP TM with SAP Event Management guide. These
settings include the following:
○
Assigning your user to web transactions (see Assigning User to Web Transactions [page 92] )
○
Assigning the mapping profile to a mapping area
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8.2.1
Assigning User to Web Transactions
You assign a user to a web interface transaction and to an existing user profile so that the appropriate web layout
for sending event messages and querying event handler information is available. Therefore, you need to assign a
web interface and a transaction to your user that have been uploaded as part of your business configuration set.
Procedure
1.
In Customizing for SAP Event Management, choose Event Management
Event Messages, Status
Queries, and Web Interface Web Interface Assign User Profiles and Web Interface Transactions to Users
2.
Enter your user name in the Determine Work Area: Entry dialog box.
3.
Choose New Entries , and enter the following data:
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Transaction
Z_PS_01
Z_PS
Save your settings.
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Description
<Example>
Angle brackets indicate that you replace these words or characters with appropriate entries
to make entries in the system, for example, “Enter your <User Name> ”.
Example
Example
Arrows separating the parts of a navigation path, for example, menu options
Example
Emphasized words or expressions
Example
Words or characters that you enter in the system exactly as they appear in the
documentation
www.sap.com
Textual cross-references to an internet address
/example
Quicklinks added to the internet address of a homepage to enable quick access to specific
content on the Web
123456
Example
Hyperlink to an SAP Note, for example, SAP Note 123456
●
Words or characters quoted from the screen. These include field labels, screen titles,
pushbutton labels, menu names, and menu options.
Example
●
Cross-references to other documentation or published works
●
Output on the screen following a user action, for example, messages
●
Source code or syntax quoted directly from a program
●
File and directory names and their paths, names of variables and parameters, and
names of installation, upgrade, and database tools
EXAMPLE
Technical names of system objects. These include report names, program names,
transaction codes, database table names, and key concepts of a programming language
when they are surrounded by body text, for example, SELECT and INCLUDE
EXAMPLE
Keys on the keyboard
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