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SAP TRANSPORT MANAGEMENT

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TMS is employed to maneuver, manage, control, copy development objects and customizing settings during an orderly fashion across SAP systems in a landscape through pre-defined transport routes (RFC Connections). The transport method essentially consists of mercantilism of objects out of the supply SAP system and importation them into the target SAP system/s.

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TRANSPORT MANAGEMENT COURSE CONTENT

1.Introduction to Transportation Management

Introduction to SAP TM

TM 9.1 Focus

Limitation of LE-TRA

NWBC and SAP GUI

TM Landscape and Architecture

TM Processes and Scenarios

SAP TM End to End – Standard Process Flow ( theory only)

FTL V/s LTL ( theory only)

Truck Load V/s Intermodal ( theory only)

Single pick single Drop V/s Multi Pick Multi Drop Scenarios ( theory only)

  1. Master Data Core Interface

Generate and Activate Integration Models

Repeat Generation and Activation of IMs

Change Transfer – Online

CIF Customers, Vendors, Carriers, Plant, Shipping Point, Materials

Hands-on Exercise

  1. Organizational Units in SAP TM

Enterprise Structure in SAP ECC

Enterprise Structure in SAP TM

Business Partner Creation for TM Org Units

Assignment of Business Partners and Org Units

Hands-on Exercise

4.Transportation Relevant Master data in SAP TM

Means and Mode of Transport

Location Master

Transportation Lanes

Transportation Zones

Vehicle Resource

Hands-on Exercise

5.ECC Sales Order Integration

Relevant Business Functions

Config Behind Sales Order Integration

Service Interfaces Choreography

Understanding XML Message for analysis and errors

Hands-on Exercise

6.Transportation Requests in SAP TM

Personal Object Work Lists

Transportation Request Types

Understanding Order Based Transportation Requirement

OTR Type Determination

OTR Type Control Data

Hands-on Exercise

7.Freight Units in SAP TM

Freight Unit Building Rule – Strategies

FU Type Control Data

Hands-on Exercise

8.Conditions in SAP TM

Condition Types

Data Access Definitions

Relationship between Condition type and data access definition

Create Condition using “BRF Plus Decision Table” Technique

Hands-on Exercise

9.Incompatibilites in SAP TM

Incompatibility Condition ( theory)

Incompatibility Definition

Incompatibility Setting

Incompatibilites in Freight Units Building – one example

Hands-on Exercise

10.ECC Outbound Delivery Integration

Relevant Business Functions

Config Behind Outbound Delivery Integration

Service Interfaces Choreography

DTR Type Determination

Impact of DTR FU on OTR FU

Hands-on Exercise

11.Transportation Planning

Understanding Transportation Cockpit

Selection and Planning Profiles

Planning in SAP TM

Hands-on Exercise

12.Freight Order Management

Freight Order and freight booking Types

Understanding SAP TM Freight Order and freight booking

Freight Order/freight booking  in scenario and Impact on TM process

Hands-on Exercise

13.Charge Calculation in SAP TM

Freight Agreements

Transportation Charge Calculation Sheets

Rate Tables

Scales

Scale Base and Calculation Base

Agreement Types

Charge Category, Subcategory and Charge Types

Use of Templates

Charge Calculation Profiles

Hands-on Exercise

14.Forwarding order management for LSP scenario

Overview and methods of creating FWO

Movement type and multimode stage concept

Config behind set up of entire FWO process for LSP scenario

15.Supplier Freight Invoice Request

SFIR – Standard Process

Creating the FSD from FO

Creating the FSD from POWL

Partial FSD

Collective FSD

Post Accruals in SAP ERP- manual

Invoice Verification-manual

Configuration Required

Service Interfaces Choreography

Hands-on Exercise

16.Scenario Run – Shippers’ Basic Process

SO < OTR < FU < Planning < FO < Charge Calc < SFIR < Accruals Posting < MIRO ( manual)

  1. Scenario Run – LSP’s Basic Process

FWO < Charge Calc < FU < Planning < CFIR < Customer Billing ( manual)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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