Sap Outline Agreements Table
The corresponding order number and its relationship to the corresponding framework agreement (specifically the contractual position, including the voucher number and the proof post) are documented. We can now see how four command positions relate to our contractual position, but only one has resulted in a sharing order – the first three items have the L deletion mark as an attribute. The above voucher categories are assigned as attributes to each purchase proof in the EKKO head data table (field: EKKO_BSTYP). This means that the document category allows us to distinguish delivery plans from other contracts. But how do you distinguish value contracts from volume contracts? This is where the storm table described above comes in: in the standard, the type of contract “MK” is for volume contracts and “WK” for value contracts. However, both types of documents have the same category of “K” document. While document categories are primarily used for categorization, document types are often used to customize, i.e. attributes are assigned to document types, which are then used to organize the process/control process in a system. You can also be in the EKKO table, the field name is EKKO_BSART. As I have said before, I will now look at the mandates to unblock the framework agreement.
First, I will briefly explain how they are looking for sap® before moving on to the data situation. In detail, this includes logging sharing operations at the table level. Pls tells me what is the table used to store data from framework agreements Fig. 4 – Release Order Documentation for a quantity contract in the EKAB table In my last blog post, I explained some of the basics of framework agreements (value and quantity contracts, as well as delivery plans) in SAP®. In this blog, I would like to give you an overview of the framework agreements in SAP® in the purchase module. In addition to the design of the concept itself, I give you an overview of its assignment from the point of view of data analysis, that is, SAP® tables and field levels.