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A contract is a long-term framework agreement between a lender and a customer via pre-defined equipment or service over a period of time. There are two types of contracts: you can clearly display the category (K or L) and the corresponding occupant (LP, WK, MK). Our system includes 154 agreements. A delivery plan is a long-term framework agreement between the lender and the customer on pre-defined equipment or service obtained on pre-defined dates over a period of time. A delivery plan can be drawn up in two ways: you can use delivery plans with or without exit documentation. An unlock can be used to inform the lender that it must provide the indication of the material on the dates. The most important points to consider in a framework agreement now are that we have developed where framework agreements are considered data, in tables where you really think that “standard” orders — and how to identify them — by document type and by document type — we are now looking at some aspects of the process. We can establish a delivery plan with or without reference to an order request or framework contract, a quote request or even another delivery plan. Supplier selection is an important process in the procurement cycle.
Creditors can be selected based on the bidding process. After pre-selecting a creditor, an organization enters into an agreement with the latter to provide certain items subject to certain conditions. When an agreement is reached, a formal contract is usually signed with the Kreditor. A framework agreement is therefore a long-term purchase agreement with a creditor. 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. Logistics > Materials Management > Purchasing > Framework Agreement > Contract > I hope it amuses you to get into the theme of framework agreements, and that we will meet here for the second part “Outline Agreements – Call-off documentation “. Agreements are now at the origin of a long-term structured procurement process. But what about individual buying on the concrete basis of an agreement? We are also talking about call-offs. These are specific specific markets, in reference to the framework agreement. How you can determine these searches by analyzing the data, the tables in which they are recorded, and whether the information about goods and invoices is relevant or relevant in this context – this is something for the next post in the series. There are two types of information for delivery plans: to refer to standard orders, you can use z.B.
the ME23N transaction. T-code ME33K shows you contracts, and ME33L is correct for delivery plans. You can see that the category of Mnemonics K and L vouchers also appears in part in bookings.