A good way of tightening authorization in your procurement organization is using mandatory source lists. In a previous post I explained how you can use source list in a central procurement organization together with MRP. Setting source list as a requirement for procurement you block any Purchase Order from being created if the material/vendor combination is not known to the source list for the purchasing organization, purchasing group and, or plant. This is excellent if rogue buying (i.e. buying without taking advantage of negotiated company discounts) in SAP is an issue in your company. This is how you implement mandatory source lists in your organization: Continue reading ‘Source list benefits’
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Lots of clients who wish to make their SAP transactions dummy-proof by making fields mandatory, closing fields for editing or craving for default values. Different paths to Rome here, but one powerful solution being offered through transaction SHD0 in conjunction with SE93. The first transaction allows you to create a transaction variant where it is possible to hide fields, make them mandatory, add default values, add voice recognition, opt for world peace, etc. OK so the last two maybe not, but the message is: “you can do a lot of modifying here.” The second transaction SE93 allows you to link the variant to a new home made transaction code. Your customer will love you till the end of times because of this.