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How to implement apps on top of the SAP Best
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Based on the example of US Baseline V3.607
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Content
SAP Fiori Apps for ERP Baseline Application MM..................................................................8
1

Purpose of SAP Fiori.......................................................................................................... 8

Overview Matrix for MM Fiori Apps.....................................................................................9

Content Relevance: Ready-to-Activate Ready-to-Demo Versions.................................15

Transactional MM Apps.................................................................................................... 15
4.1

Approving Purchase Order.........................................................................................15

4.1.1

Description............................................................................................................ 15

4.1.2

Key Features........................................................................................................ 15

4.1.3

Business Purpose for Approve Purchase Order...................................................15

4.1.4

How to Access and Use the App...........................................................................16

4.1.5

Configuration for Baseline Scope Items................................................................17

4.2

Order from Requisition................................................................................................ 20

4.2.1

Description............................................................................................................ 20

4.2.2

Key Features........................................................................................................ 20

4.2.3

Business Purpose for Order from Requisition.......................................................20

4.2.4

How to Access and Use the App...........................................................................21

4.2.5

Configuration for Baseline Scope Items................................................................21

4.3

Tracking Purchase Order............................................................................................ 22

4.3.1

Description............................................................................................................ 22

4.3.2

Key Features........................................................................................................ 23

4.3.3

Business Purpose for Track Purchase Order........................................................23

4.3.4

How to Access and Use the App...........................................................................24

4.3.5

Configuration for Baseline Scope Items................................................................24

4.4

Approving Purchase Contracts...................................................................................25

4.4.1

Description............................................................................................................ 25

4.4.2

Key Features........................................................................................................ 25

4.4.3

Business Purpose for Approve Purchase Contracts.............................................25

4.4.4

How to Access and Use the App...........................................................................26

4.4.5

Configuration for Baseline Scope Items................................................................26

4.5

Approving Requisitions...............................................................................................29

4.5.1

Description............................................................................................................ 29

4.5.2

Key Features........................................................................................................ 29

4.5.3

Business Purpose for Approve Requisitions.........................................................30

4.5.4

How to Access and Use the App...........................................................................30

4.5.5

Configuration for Baseline Scope Items................................................................30

4.6

My Purchasing Document Items.................................................................................36

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4.6.1

Description............................................................................................................ 36

4.6.2

Key Features........................................................................................................ 36

4.6.3

Business Purpose for My Purchasing Document Items........................................36

4.6.4

How to Access and Use the App...........................................................................36

4.6.5

Configuration for Baseline Scope Items................................................................36

4.7

4.7.1

Description............................................................................................................ 38

4.7.2

Key Features........................................................................................................ 38

4.7.3

Business Purpose for Approve Service Entry Sheet.............................................38

4.7.4

How to Access and Use the App...........................................................................38

4.7.5

Configuration for Baseline Scope Items................................................................38

4.8

Approve Service Entry Sheet......................................................................................38

Approve Supplier Invoice............................................................................................40

4.8.1

Description............................................................................................................ 40

4.8.2

Key Features........................................................................................................ 40

4.8.3

Business Purpose for Approve Supplier Invoices.................................................40

4.8.4

How to Access and Use the App...........................................................................41

4.8.5

Configuration for Baseline Scope Items................................................................41

Analytical Apps MM.......................................................................................................... 45


5.1

SAP Smart Business Apps for Inventory Management...............................................45

5.1.1

SAP Smart Business for Valuated Stock Value.....................................................45

5.1.1.1

Description.................................................................................................... 45

5.1.1.2

Key Features................................................................................................45

5.1.1.3

Business Purpose......................................................................................... 46

5.1.1.4

How to Access and Use the App...................................................................46

5.1.1.5

Configuration for Baseline............................................................................47

5.1.2

SAP Smart Business App Valuated Stock Quantity..............................................50

5.1.2.1

Description.................................................................................................... 50

5.1.2.2

Key Features................................................................................................50

5.1.2.3

Business Purpose......................................................................................... 50

5.1.2.4

How to Access and Use the App...................................................................51

5.1.2.5

Configuration for Baseline............................................................................51

5.1.3

SAP Smart Business App Range of Coverage.....................................................55

5.1.3.1

Description.................................................................................................... 55

5.1.3.2

Key Features................................................................................................55

5.1.3.3

Business Purpose......................................................................................... 55

5.1.3.4

How to Access and Use the App...................................................................55

5.1.3.5

Configuration for Baseline............................................................................56

5.1.4

SAP Smart Business App Inventory Turnover.......................................................59

5.1.4.1
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5.2

5.1.4.2

Key Features................................................................................................59

5.1.4.3

Business Purpose......................................................................................... 60

5.1.4.4

How to Access and Use the App...................................................................60

5.1.4.5

Configuration for Baseline............................................................................61

SAP Smart Business Apps for Purchasing..................................................................64

5.2.1

5.2.1.1

Description.................................................................................................... 64

5.2.1.2

Key Features................................................................................................64

5.2.1.3

Business Purpose......................................................................................... 64

5.2.1.4

How to Access and Use the App...................................................................65

5.2.1.5

Configuration for Baseline............................................................................65

5.2.2

SAP Smart Business App Contract Usage............................................................69

5.2.2.1

Description.................................................................................................... 69

5.2.2.2

Key Features................................................................................................69

5.2.2.3

Business Purpose......................................................................................... 69

5.2.2.4

How to Access and Use the App...................................................................69

5.2.2.5

Configuration for Baseline............................................................................70

5.2.3

SAP Smart Business App Off Contract Spend......................................................73

5.2.3.1

Description.................................................................................................... 73

5.2.3.2

Key Features................................................................................................73

5.2.3.3

Business Purpose of SAP Smart Business App Off Contract Spend............74

5.2.3.4

How to Access and Use the App...................................................................74

5.2.3.5

Configuration for Baseline............................................................................74

5.2.4

SAP Smart Business App Contract Expiry............................................................78

5.2.4.1

Description.................................................................................................... 78

5.2.4.2

Key Features................................................................................................78

5.2.4.3

Business Purpose......................................................................................... 78

5.2.4.4

How to Access and Use the App...................................................................78

5.2.4.5

Configuration for Baseline............................................................................79

5.2.5

SAP Smart Business App Non Managed Spend...................................................64

SAP Smart Business App Unused Contracts........................................................82

5.2.5.1

Description.................................................................................................... 82

5.2.5.2

Key Features................................................................................................82

5.2.5.3

Business Purpose of SAP Smart Business App Unused Contracts..............82

5.2.5.4

How to Access and Use the App...................................................................83

5.2.5.5

Configuration for Baseline............................................................................83

Fact Sheets for MM.......................................................................................................... 86

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SAP Fiori Apps for ERP Baseline Application MM


1 Purpose of SAP Fiori
SAP Fiori is a collection of apps that represent the new SAP user experience. SAP Fiori apps
have a consistent design language and make use of a common technical infrastructure. They
provide a consistent end-to-end user experience and can be used across all device types without
creating additional implementation effort.
Organized by user role, the SAP Fiori launchpad is the central entry hub to all Fiori apps where
users access apps via tiles. The launchpad has services for navigation, personalization, single
sign-on, and search. The launchpad and the tiles are flexible and can be adapted to your needs.
You can use the search in the SAP Fiori launchpad to perform a cross-entity search through core
SAP Business Suite applications. The search uses the SAP NetWeaver Embedded Search
technology on a SAP HANA database. New SAP HANA-enabled search models are delivered for
core business objects.
The Fiori apps focus on critical and common activities and are designed around how people work:

Role-based: Fiori apps decompose complex applications into a task-based experience with
one central entry point for each user.

Responsive: Fiori apps adapt to all sizes, devices, versions, and channels to provide a
common user experience across all channels.

Simple: Fiori apps follow the 1-1-3 experience (1 user, 1 scenario, 3 screens). They know and
provide the right context and meaningful data integration.

Coherent user experience with apps that speak the same design language. This implies
coherence for common activities as well as coherence for your brand.

Instant value with a low barrier to adoption, enabling customers to adapt and users to
personalize.

Interactive on desktop, tablet, and mobile platforms

All UIs are built using state-of-the-art technology such as HTML5 and SAP UI5 mobile. Fiori apps
allow you to access the most recent version of your back-end data via OData services. Through
previously defined roles and authorizations, you can specify which apps and which data a user is
allowed to access.
The purpose of this document is to give the user all necessary information around the SAP Fiori
apps for MM to be able to run them on top of the SAP Best Practices MM processes.

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The packages listed below are prerequisites for the configuration described in this
guide.
You will find references to the documentation belonging to these packages in the
corresponding chapters of this document:

SAP HANA Live rapid-deployment solution:


http://service.sap.com/rds-shl

SAP Fiori Infrastructure rapid-deployment solution:


http://service.sap.com/rds-fiori-infrastructure

SAP Fiori Apps rapid-deployment solution:


http://service.sap.com/rds-fiori-apps

2 Overview Matrix for MM Fiori Apps


The following matrix shows the existing Fiori roles available within the MM application and the
assigned Fiori apps. The Fiori apps can be used within the mentioned baseline processes and
can replace an existing process step. It is important to understand that Fiori apps can replace
only single process steps and not a complete process. In other cases, Fiori apps offer
functionality to enhance existing processes.

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Fiori Role

Fiori App

Short Description

Mapping to Scope Item


(Baseline Scope Item) IDs

Fi
A
Ty

SAP_MM_BCR_Buyer_X
1

PO Approval

With Approve Purchase Orders,


you can view pending purchase
orders and approve them. If
necessary, you can forward
approvals to a different
employee for further processing.

Consumable Purchasing (129)

Tr

Procurement without QM (130)


Procurement Contract (133)
Procurement of Third-party
Resources (208)

SAP_MM_BCR_Buyer_X
1

Order from
Requisition

With Order from Requisitions,


you can convert approved
purchase requisitions into
purchase orders. The app
assigns matching suppliers to
each purchase requisition, and
then bundles the requisitions to
create a purchase order for
each supplier.

Procurement without QM (130)

SAP_MM_BCR_Buyer_X
1

Track
Purchase
Order

With Track Purchase Order, you


can view important purchase
order information. For each
purchase order, the app shows
the overall order fulfillment
status, the quantities and
values, and a graphical view of
the process flow. If a purchase
order is based on purchase
requisitions, these documents
can be displayed.

Consumable Purchasing (129)

Tr

Procurement Contract (133)

Tr

Procurement without QM (130)


Procurement Contract (133)
Procurement of Third-party
Resources (208)

SAP_MM_BCR_Buyer_X
1

Approve
Purchase
Contracts

With Approve Purchase


Contracts, you can view pending
purchase contracts and approve
them. If necessary, you can
forward approvals to a different
employee for further processing.

Procurement Contract (133)

Tr

SAP_MM_BCR_Buyer_X
1

Approve
Requisitions

With Approve Requisitions, you


can view pending purchase
requisitions and approve them.
If necessary, you can forward
approvals to a different
employee for further processing.

Procurement without QM (130)

Tr

SAP_MM_BCR_BUYER

My
Purchasing
Document
Items

With My Purchasing Document


Items, you can display all
purchase orders, contracts, and
scheduling agreements in your

Consumable Purchasing (129)

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Procurement Contract (133)

Procurement without QM (130)


Procurement Contract (133)
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3 Content Relevance: Ready-to-Activate


Ready-to-Demo Versions
For the Ready-to-Activate version, the complete content described in this document is relevant.
For the Ready-to-Demo version, you can skip all the chapters which treat configuration topics.
The following subchapters are relevant for each Fiori application:

Description

Key Features

Business purpose

Procedure

4 Transactional MM Apps
1
1

Approving Purchase Order


Description

With Approve Purchase Orders, you can view pending purchase orders and approve them. If
necessary, you can forward approvals to a different employee for further processing.

Key Features

You can search for specific purchase orders.

You can display details for each purchase order, for example, the line items with detailed
information, such as account assignment and conditions.

You can approve or reject purchase orders, and you can forward them to a colleague.

Business Purpose for Approve Purchase Order

This app can be seen as an enhancement of our existing baseline scope items and can be used
as replacement of the approve purchase order transaction ME29N.
As opposed to the standard transaction, the purchasing manager or buyer can use this
transactional app to quickly get information about a purchase order, for example, conditions, and
can approve, reject or forward it. Under this assumption, this app can be used together with
several scope items. In the following, you find the scope items for which this app fits best from a
business perspective:
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Consumable Purchasing (129)
See master data listed in the Business Process Documentation for the scope item:
Purchase Order Type

Standard PO, for example, NB

Purchasing Organization

1000

Purchasing Group

100

Vendor

300000

Procurement without QM (130)


Order Type

Standard PO, for example, NB

Vendor

300000

Purchasing Organization

1000

Plant

1000

Procurement Contract (133)


Order Type

Standard PO, for example, NB

Vendor

300000

Purchasing Organization

1000

Plant

1000

Procurement of Third-party Resources (208)


Order Type

Standard PO, for example, NB

Vendor

300100

Purchasing Organization

1000

Plant

1000

Return to Vendor (136)


Order Type

Standard PO, for example, NB

Vendor

300000

Purchasing Organization

1000

Plant

1000

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1

How to Access and Use the App


Launch the SAP Fiori system via the appropriate URL and log on with the appropriate user
and password for the buyer.

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2

From the home page, click the tile for Approve Purchase Order.
A list of purchase orders appears.

Select a purchase order depending on the process for which you want to run the application.
You can use the Search field to find a purchase order (search by supplier name or purchase
order number), and then select the purchase order.
A list of possible purchase orders is displayed. Purchase order details include account
assignment, delivery date, delivery plant and inco terms.

To approve a purchase order, select the order and choose Approve in the lower right corner.

Configuration for Baseline Scope Items

The following section includes a short checklist for the necessary configuration steps for the
activation and usage of the app. Details are described in the relevant configuration guides for the
SAP Fiori Apps rapid-deployment solution and the SAP Fiori Infrastructure rapid-deployment
solution.
1

User role in the backend system via transaction PFCG:

Assign the necessary backend role for the Approve Purchase Order Fiori app in the ERP system
to the user used for the launchpad logon. For details, see Configuration Guide: SAP Fiori
Apps for SAP ERP - Logistics (MEV).
Approve Purchase Order
5

SAP_MM_PO_APV_APP

Activation of gateway service in the SAP gateway server with transaction


/IWFND/MAINT_SERVICE :

For details on how to perform this step, see SAP Fiori Apps for SAP ERP - Logistics (MEV),
chapter Activation of Gateway Service in SAP NetWeaver Gateway. Use the following values:

Fiori App Name

Field Name

Entry Value

Approve Purchase
Order

System Alias

<SYSTEM ALIAS of ERP>

External Service
Name

gbapp_poapproval

Activate gateway and UI5 services with transaction SICF in the gateway server:
Fiori App Name

Service Path

Service Name

Approve
Purchase Order

sap opu odata


sap

gbapp_poapproval (1)

sap bc ui5_ui5
sap

MM_PO_APV

Assign a user to the SAP Fiori launchpad

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For details on how to perform this step, see the SAP Generic Fiori Enablement Guide (MF1),
chapter Assign a User to the SAP Fiori Launchpad. Use the following values:
App

Approve Purchase order

Role

SAP_MM_BCR_Buyer_X1

The role must be assigned to the user used during launchpad logon with transaction PFCG.
The user needs to be maintained in the gateway server.
8

Create the following settings in addition to the Customizing of the Baseline package:
Before implementing the app, you must ensure the following:

You use the release strategy in Purchasing (MM-PUR).

You have set up a connection between the release strategy and SAP Business Workflow.

You have configured the approval workflow for approving purchase orders.

The business users that will use the Approve Purchase Orders app have the
authorizations required for approving purchase orders in the SAP GUI.

To enable Approve Purchase Orders, you have specified the workflow tasks that are
relevant for approving purchase orders. You do this in the Customizing for Materials
Management under Purchasing Purchase Order Approve Purchase Orders App
Specify Workflow Task IDs for Approve Purchase Orders App.

Configuration Details in Connection with the Baseline Customizing:


1. Go to the SAP Customizing Implementation Guide (transaction SPRO): Materials
Management Purchase Order Release Procedures for Purchase Orders Edit
Characteristic:
o

R2R_PURCH_GRP

R2R_PURCH_ORD_TYPE

R2R_PURCH_ORD_VALUE

2. Choose Edit Class. Remove char R2R_PURCH_GRP and R2R_PURCH_ORD_VALUE


from class R2R_CL_REL_CEKKO (class type: 032).
3. Choose Define Release Procedure and change the release strategy configuration:
o

Create release group V_T16FG_2 No Change

Create release code VV_T16FC_2 Enter 01 in the Code column

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Select release indicator: No changes in release indicators

Select release group PH and display the details and go back.

Select release code and enter workflow 1.

Save and go back.

Select Workflow and enter the Agent ID (corresponds to the user in your system who
has to approve the purchase orders)

Access transaction PFTC. Enter Workflow Template and workflow 20000075.

Choose the Triggering events tab.


Alternatively, choose Basic Data (Hat symbol in the application toolbar) in the
workflow definition.

Select the step and choose Call binding editor. Run the check and activate it (Event
Setting Event Linkage activated)

Access transaction SWDD and enter WS20000075 to verify that the binding is correct.
Select Release of purchase order and choose Enter.

Make sure the binding for TS20000166 and rule 20000027 with Agent Assignment on:

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Note that CFO has to be replaced with the user in your system who is defined to release
purchase orders.
After you have added the required configuration settings, you can run the app together
with the SAP Best Practices Baseline Customizing.

The app does not work with stock transfer orders. The supported item categories for
this app are: standard, service, and limit.

In the current SAP Best Practices Baseline Customizing, release strategies have
been set up for PO Header.
Workflow is not in scope for PO Release Strategies in the current Baseline scope.
As a result, these Customizing changes lead to a different behavior compared to
what is described in the original Baseline business process documentation.

Order from Requisition

Description

With Order from Requisitions, you can convert approved purchase requisitions into purchase
orders. The app assigns matching suppliers to each purchase requisition, and then bundles the
requisitions to create a purchase order for each supplier.

Order from Requisitions is not optimized for use with a phone. Please use a tablet
or desktop device.

Order from Requisitions does not support service items.

Key Features

Display approved purchase requisitions that are not yet assigned to suppliers

Assign suppliers to a selected set of purchase requisitions

Select the relevant supplier if multiple suppliers can deliver the product

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Bundle a selected set of purchase requisitions by supplier and simulate the purchase
orders (one purchase order per supplier)

Review simulated purchase orders

Create purchase orders

Business Purpose for Order from Requisition

This app can be seen as an enhancement of the existing SAP Best Practices Baseline scope
items in which purchase orders are created out of requisitions. The app allows you to execute a
lot of steps in a single interface: Assign suppliers, simulate purchase orders, and finally, create
the purchase orders. In contrast to the standard transaction, you can use the simulated purchase
order as a collector for requisitions.
Under this assumption, this app can be used together with several scope items. In the following,
you find the scope items for which this app fits best from a business perspective:
Procurement without QM (130)
Order Type

Standard PO, for example, NB

Vendor

300000

Purchasing Organization

1000

Plant

1000

Procurement Contract (133)


Order Type

Standard PO, for example, NB

Vendor

300000

Purchasing Organization

1000

Plant

1000

4
1

How to Access and Use the App


Launch the SAP Fiori system via the appropriate URL and log on with the appropriate user
and password for the purchaser.

10 From the home page, choose the tile for Order from Requisitions.
11 If no data is selected, choose the Approved PRs button to get a list of approved purchase
requisitions. Select a purchase requisition via the checkmark. To assign a supplier, choose
the Assign Supplier button in the lower right corner.
12 The purchase requisition now appears under assigned purchase requisition. To display it,
choose Assigned PRs above.
13 You can now simulate a PO for this purchase requisition.
14 This simulated PO now is listed under simulated POs. To display it, choose Simulated POs
above.

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Configuration for Baseline Scope Items

The following section includes a short checklist for the necessary configuration steps that are
required for the activation and usage of the app. Details are described in the relevant
configuration guides for the SAP Fiori Apps rapid-deployment solution and the SAP Fiori
Infrastructure rapid-deployment solution.
1

User role in the backend system via transaction PFCG:

Assign the necessary backend role for the Order from Requisition Fiori app in the ERP system to
the user used for the launchpad logon. For details, see Configuration Guide: SAP Fiori Apps
for SAP ERP - Logistics (MEV).
Order from Requisition

SAP_MM_PURORD_OR_APP

15 Activation of gateway service in the SAP gateway server with transaction


/IWFND/MAINT_SERVICE :
For details on how to perform this step, see SAP Fiori Apps for SAP ERP - Logistics (MEV),
chapter Activation of Gateway Service in SAP NetWeaver Gateway. Use the following values:
Fiori App Name

Field Name

Entry Value

Order from
requisition

System Alias

<SYSTEM ALIAS of ERP>

External Service
Name

sra013_po_from_pr_srv (1)

16 Activate gateway and UI5 services with transaction SICF in the gateway server:
For details on how to perform this step, see SAP Fiori Apps for SAP ERP - Logistics (MEV),
chapter Activate Gateway and UI5 Services.
Fiori App Name

Service Path

Service Name

Order from
requisition

sap opu odata


sap

sra013_po_from_pr_srv (1)

sap bc ui5_ui5
sap

MM_PURORD_OR

17 Assign a user to the SAP Fiori launchpad


For details on how to perform this step, see SAP Fiori Apps for SAP ERP - Logistics (MEV),
chapter Assign a User to the SAP Fiori Launchpad. Use the following values:
App

Order from Requisition

Role

SAP_MM_BCR_Buyer_X1

The role must be assigned to the user used during launchpad logon with transaction PFCG.
The user needs to be maintained in the gateway server.
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The Order from Requisitions Fiori app does not require any additional Customizing
settings to be able to run on the SAP Best Practices Baseline Customizing.
The app does not work with stock transfer requisitions which are used in the SAP
Best Practices Baseline scope item 134. The supported item categories for this app
are: standard, service, and limit.
To find a purchase requisition in the app, set a filter (for example, release date) and
search by using the scroll bar.

Tracking Purchase Order

Description

With Track Purchase Order, you can view important purchase order information. For each
purchase order, the app shows the overall order fulfillment status, the quantities, values, and a
graphical view of the process flow. When a purchase order is based on purchase requisitions,
these documents can be displayed.

Key Features

The following documents can be displayed for each purchase order:

Purchase requisition

Goods receipt

Invoice

Business Purpose for Track Purchase Order

This app can be seen as an enhancement of the existing SAP Best Practices Baseline scope
items in which purchase orders are created. The app is intuitive and user friendly and allows you
to display a lot of information in a single interface: for each purchase order, the app shows the
overall order fulfillment status, the quantities and values, and a graphical view of the process flow.
If a purchase order is based on purchase requisitions, these documents can be displayed.
Under this assumption, this app can be used together with several scope items. In the following,
you find the scope items for which this app fits best from a business perspective:
Consumable Purchasing (129)
Purchase Order Type

Standard PO, for example, NB

Purchasing Organization

1000

Purchasing Group

100

Vendor

300000

Procurement without QM (130)

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Order Type

Standard PO, for example, NB

Vendor

300000

Purchasing Organization

1000

Plant

1000

Procurement Contract (133)


Order Type

Standard PO, for example, NB

Vendor

300000

Purchasing Organization

1000

Plant

1000

Procurement of Third-party Resources (208)


Order Type

Standard PO, for example, NB

Vendor

300100

Purchasing Organization

1000

Plant

1000

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How to Access and Use the App


Launch the SAP Fiori system via the appropriate URL and log on with the appropriate user
and password for the purchaser.

18 From the home page, choose the tile for Track Purchase Orders.
19 You can search for purchase orders by company name or purchase order ID.
20 You can also set a filter defining the time frame when the purchase orders were created or
search for purchase orders with alerts.
21 The purchase order is then displayed on the right side of the app.
22 You can now display ordered, invoiced and paid items.

Configuration for Baseline Scope Items

The following section includes a short checklist for the necessary configuration steps that are
required for the activation and usage of the app. Details are described in the relevant
configuration guides for the SAP Fiori Apps rapid-deployment solution and the SAP Fiori
Infrastructure rapid-deployment solution.
1

User role in the backend system via transaction PFCG:

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Assign the necessary backend role for the Track Purchase Order Fiori app in the ERP system to
the user used for the launchpad logon. For details, see configuration guide SAP Fiori
Purchase Agent (MEF).
Track Purchase Order

SAP_MM_PURORD_TPO_APP

23 Activation of gateway service in the SAP gateway server with transaction


/IWFND/MAINT_SERVICE :
For details on how to perform this step, see SAP Fiori Apps for SAP ERP - Logistics (MEV),
chapter Activation of Gateway Service in SAP NetWeaver Gateway. Use the following values:
Fiori App Name

Field Name

Entry Value

Track Purchase
Order

System Alias

<SYSTEM ALIAS of ERP>

External Service
Name

sra020_po_tracking_srv (1)

24 Activate gateway and UI5 services with transaction SICF in the gateway server:
For details on how to perform this step, see SAP Fiori Apps for SAP ERP - Logistics (MEV),
chapter Activate Gateway and UI5 Services.
Fiori App Name

Service Path

Service Name

Track Purchase
Order

sap opu odata


sap

sra020_po_tracking_srv (1)

sap bc ui5_ui5
sap

MM_PURORD_OR

25 Assign a user to the SAP Fiori launchpad


For details on how to perform this step, see SAP Fiori Apps for SAP ERP - Logistics (MEV),
chapter Assign a User to the SAP Fiori Launchpad. Use the following values:
App

Track Purchase Order

Role

SAP_MM_PURORD_TPO_APP

The role must be assigned to the user used during launchpad logon with transaction PFCG.
The user needs to be maintained in the gateway server.

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The Tracking Purchase Order Fiori app does not require any additional Customizing
settings to be able to run on the SAP Best Practices Baseline Customizing.
The app cannot be used for stock transfer orders. Purchase orders with the order
type NB are supported by this app. The supported item categories for this app are:
standard, service, and limit work.
Currently, if you want to display a purchase order, you have created in the system,
you can enter the PO number directly in the search field of the app.

Approving Purchase Contracts

Description

With Approve Purchase Contracts, you can view pending purchase contracts and approve them.
If necessary, you can forward approvals to a different employee for further processing.

Key Features

You can search for specific contracts.

You can display details for each contract

You can approve contracts and forward them to colleagues.

Business Purpose for Approve Purchase Contracts

This app can be seen as an enhancement of the existing SAP Best Practices Baseline scope
items in which purchase contracts are created. The app allows you to display a lot of information
in a single interface: for example, line items with detailed information, such as conditions, target
quantities, and target values. In the same interface, the purchase contract can be approved and
also forwarded. This collaboration is not possible in the standard GUI.
Under this assumption, this app can be used together with several scope items. In the following,
you find the scope items for which this app fits best from a business perspective:
Procurement Contract (133)
Order Type

Standard PO, for example, NB

Vendor

300000

Purchasing Organization

1000

Plant

1000

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1

How to Access and Use the App


Launch the SAP Fiori system via the appropriate URL and log on with the appropriate user
and password for the purchasing manager or agent.

26 From the home page, choose the tile for Approve Purchase Contracts.
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27 In the search field on the left, you can search for the respective purchase contracts. As a
result, the purchase contract with all details is displayed on the right side of the app.
28 You can select the Approve button on the lower right corner to approve the purchase contract,
or you forward it to a colleague instead.

Configuration for Baseline Scope Items

The following section includes a short checklist for the necessary configuration steps that are
required for the activation and usage of the app. Details are described in the relevant
configuration guides for the SAP Fiori Apps rapid-deployment solution and the SAP Fiori
Infrastructure rapid-deployment solution.
1

User role in the backend system via transaction PFCG:

Assign the necessary backend role for the Approve Purchase Contract Fiori app in the ERP
system to the user used for the launchpad logon. For details, see Configuration Guide: SAP
Fiori Apps for SAP ERP - Logistics (MEV).
Approve Purchase
Contract

SAP_MM_PC_APV_APP

29 Activation of gateway service in the SAP gateway server with transaction


/IWFND/MAINT_SERVICE :
For details on how to perform this step, see SAP Fiori Apps for SAP ERP - Logistics (MEV),
chapter Activation of Gateway Service in SAP NetWeaver Gateway. Use the following values:
Fiori App Name

Field Name

Entry Value

Approve Purchase
Contract

System Alias

<SYSTEM ALIAS of ERP>

External Service
Name

sra001_pcapproval (1)

30 Activate gateway and UI5 services with transaction SICF in the gateway server:
For details on how to perform this step, see SAP Fiori Apps for SAP ERP - Logistics (MEV),
chapter Activate Gateway and UI5 Services.
Fiori App Name

Service Path

Service Name

Approve
Purchase
Contract

sap opu odata


sap

sra001_pcapproval (1)

sap bc ui5_ui5
sap

MM_PC_APV

31 Assign a user to the SAP Fiori launchpad


For details on how to perform this step, see SAP Fiori Apps for SAP ERP - Logistics (MEV),
chapter Assign a User to the SAP Fiori Launchpad, and use the following values.

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App

Approve Purchase Contract

Role

SAP_MM_PC_APV_APP

The role must be assigned to the user used during launchpad logon with transaction PFCG. The
user needs to be maintained in the gateway server.
32 Change the following settings in the SAP Best Practices Baseline Customizing:

You need to set up the release strategy in Purchasing (MM-PUR).

You have set up a connection between the release strategy and SAP Business Workflow.

You have configured the approval workflow for approving purchase contracts

Detailed steps:
1. Go to the SAP Customizing Implementation Guide (transaction SPRO): Materials
Management Purchasing Contract Release Procedure for contracts
2. Choose Edit Characteristics. Enter the characteristic R2R_PURCH_ORD_TYPE and add
the values MK (Quantity Contract), WK (Value Contract) .
3. Go to Release Groups and create release group P1:

4. Go to Release Codes and create release code P1:

5. Release indicator: no change.


6. Go to Release Strategy and create the following settings:

Group: P1

Strategy: 10

Description: Overall Release

7. Select release group P1 and go to details.


8. Go to Classification and select Quantity Contract (MK) in the Value field.

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9. Go to Workflow and Assign release code to a release point (only with workflow)
Select the object type user (US) and enter the user who can approve purchasing
contracts:

You have to exchange CFO with the user in your system who is authorized for the
approval of purchasing contracts.
10. Go to transaction PFTC:

Choose the task type: Workflow templates

Enter the task: 20000079

Choose Maintain and go to the Triggering Events tab.

Choose the button on the left in first line to activate the binding.

11. Go to transaction SWDD:

Enter workflow: 20000079

Under Steps, select the line : Release of contract

On the right side of the screen, enter the task: TS20000172

Choose the Define Binding Autom. button.

Under Agents, select Rule and enter 20000029.

12. Choose the Define Binding Autom. button.

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Select Agent Assignment

Select the Create Agent Assignment button from the menu.

Enter the user who should approve purchasing contracts in your system.

In the standard SAP Best Practices Baseline Customizing, no approval for purchase
contracts has been set up. Therefore, the specific Customizing for this app will influence
related Baseline scope items.

Approving Requisitions

Description

With Approve Requisitions, you can view pending purchase requisitions and approve them. If
necessary, you can forward approvals to a different employee for further processing.

Key Features

You can search for specific purchase requisitions.

You can display detailed information for purchase requisitions, for example, account
assignment or attachments.

You can approve or reject items of a purchase requisition, and you can forward them to
colleagues.

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Only approval at item level is supported; that is, you can approve the items of requisitions
individually. Approval at header level, that is, overall release of a purchase requisition, is
not supported.

You see only the purchase requisitions for which you are responsible.

Business Purpose for Approve Requisitions

This app can be seen as an enhancement of the existing SAP Best Practices Baseline scope
items in which purchase requisitions are created. The app allows you to display a lot of
information in a single interface: for each purchase requisition, the app shows material, quantity,
price per unit and so on. You can navigate to the details of the supplier. With one click, you can
either approve, reject, or forward the requisition.
Under this assumption, this app can be used together with several scope items. In the following,
you find the scope items for which this app fits best from a business perspective:
Procurement without QM (130)
Order Type

Standard PO, for example, NB

Vendor

300000

Purchasing Organization

1000

Plant

1000

Procurement Contract (133)


Order Type

Standard PO, for example, NB

Vendor

300000

Purchasing Organization

1000

Plant

1000

4
1

How to Access and Use the App


Launch the SAP Fiori system via the appropriate URL and log on with the appropriate user
and password for the purchaser.

33 From the home page, choose the tile for Approve Requisitions.
34 You can search for a purchase requisition by purchase requisition ID.
The purchase requisition is then displayed on the right side.
35 You can now approve, reject, or forward it by selecting the buttons in the lower right corner.

Configuration for Baseline Scope Items

The following section includes a short checklist for the necessary configuration steps that are
required for the activation and usage of the app. Details are described in the relevant
configuration guides for the SAP Fiori Apps rapid-deployment solution and the SAP Fiori
Infrastructure rapid-deployment solution.
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User role in the backend system via transaction PFCG:

Assign the necessary backend role for the Approve Requisitions Fiori app in the ERP system to
the user used for the launchpad logon. For details, see Configuration Guide: SAP Fiori Apps
for SAP ERP - Logistics (MEV).
Approve Requisitions

SAP_MM_PR_APV_APP

36 Activation of gateway service in the SAP gateway server with transaction


/IWFND/MAINT_SERVICE :
For details on how to perform this step, see SAP Fiori Apps for SAP ERP - Logistics (MEV),
chapter Activation of Gateway Service in SAP NetWeaver Gateway. Use the following values:
Fiori App Name

Field Name

Entry Value

Approve
Requisitions

System Alias

<SYSTEM ALIAS of ERP>

External Service
Name

gbapp_prapproval (1)

37 Activate gateway and UI5 services with transaction SICF in the gateway server:
For details on how to perform this step, see SAP Fiori Apps for SAP ERP - Logistics (MEV),
chapter Activate Gateway and UI5 Services.
Fiori App Name

Service Path

Service Name

Approve
requisitions

sap opu odata


sap

gbapp_prapproval (1)

sap bc ui5_ui5
sap

MM_PR_APV

38 Assign a user to the SAP Fiori launchpad


For details on how to perform this step, see SAP Fiori Apps for SAP ERP - Logistics (MEV),
chapter Assign a User to the SAP Fiori Launchpad. Use the following values:
App

Approve Requisitions

Role

SAP_MM_PR_APV_APP

The role must be assigned to the user used during launchpad logon with transaction PFCG.
The user needs to be maintained in the gateway server.
39 Change the following settings in the SAP Best Practices Baseline Customizing:

You need to set up the release strategy in Purchasing (MM-PUR).

You have set up a connection between the release strategy and SAP Business Workflow.
When customizing the release strategy, you do not use overall release. This setting is
intended for approval at header level, which is not supported for this app.

You have configured the approval workflow for approving purchase requisition items.

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To enable Approve Requisitions, you must specify the workflow tasks that are relevant for
approving purchase requisitions. You do this in the Customizing for Materials Management
under Purchasing Purchase Requisition Approve Requisitions App Specify
Workflow Task IDs for Approve Requisitions App.
Detailed steps:
1. Go to the SAP Customizing Implementation Guide (transaction SPRO): Materials
Management Purchasing Purchase requisitions Release procedure
Procedure with classification
2. Go to Characteristics and create the following characteristics:

R2R_PLANT: Navigate to the Addnl Data tab and enter table name CEBAN and field
name WERKS:

Navigate to the Values tab, and in the Char Value field, enter 1000, and as
description Plant 1000:

R2R_PURCH_REQ_TYPE - with NB: Navigate to the Addnl data tab and enter
table name CEBAN and field name BSART.

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Navigate to the Values tab, and in the Char Value field, enter NB, and as description
Purchase Req:

13. Go to Edit Classes and create the class FGR_EBAN. Assign the characteristics
R2R_PURCH_REQ_TYPE and R2R_PLANT.
14. Create a PR Release Strategy:

Choose Set up procedure with classification. Go to Release Groups and create the
following release group:

Go to Release Code and create the following release code:

Release indicator No Change

15. Go to Release Strategies and create the following release strategy:

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16. Go to classification and enter the following values for the characteristics:

17. Save and go back.


18. Choose Workflow and select user (US) and enter the user who can approve purchase
requisitions in your system:

19. Access transaction PFTC:


1. Choose workflow template and enter 00000038.
2. Go to the Triggering Events tab.
3. Activate the binding in the first line and save.
20. Access transaction SWDD :
1

Enter workflow WS00000038.

4. In the Navigation Area, choose Release Requisition.


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5. In the right part of the screen, enter task TS00007986.
6. Choose the Define Binding Autom. button.
7. Under Agents, select Rule and enter 00000148.
8. Choose the Define Binding Autom. button.
9. Choose the Agent Assignment button for this task.

10. On the Standard task: Maintain Agent Assignment screen, choose the Create Agent
Assignment button:

The app cannot be used for stock transfer purchase requisitions (Stock Transfer with
Delivery (134)). The supported item categories for this app are: standard, service,
and limit.

In the standard SAP Best Practices Baseline Customizing, no approval for purchase
requisitions has been set up. Therefore, the specific Customizing for this app will
influence related Baseline scope items.

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My Purchasing Document Items


Description

With the My Purchasing Document Items app, you can view purchase orders, scheduling
agreements and contracts.

Key Features

You can search across any relevant searchable fields such as material, purchasing group and
supplier and so on.

You can search by status such as overdue, confirmation missing and so on.

Grouping feature that allows you to quickly see which documents belonging to a specific
supplier and so on are relevant for processing in one go with all related documents

Business Purpose for My Purchasing Document Items

This app can be seen as an enhancement of the existing SAP Best Practices Baseline scope
items where purchase documents are created. The app allows you to display several items of
information in a single interface: as purchaser, you need to identify which POs are not confirmed,
are behind delivery schedule or are over-fulfilled without having to search various places. You
need to be able to quickly find a PO by material, cost center and so on
Under this assumption, this app can be used together with most of the MM scope items.

How to Access and Use the App

1. Launch the SAP Fiori system via the appropriate URL and log on with the appropriate user
and password for the purchaser.
2. From the home page, choose the tile for My Purchasing Document Items.
3. You can search for the purchasing document via entering material, purchasing group etc.
4. You can display all document types or only POs , contracts and so on.
5. To group, for example, POs by material group, choose the Group By button in the upper right
corner.

Configuration for Baseline Scope Items

The following section includes a short checklist for the necessary configuration steps that are
required for the activation and usage of the app. Details are described in the relevant
configuration guides for the SAP Fiori Apps rapid-deployment solution and the SAP Fiori
Infrastructure rapid-deployment solution.
Additional documentation is available in the SAP Help Portal:
http://help.sap.com/fiori_bs2013/helpdata/en/ff/83425323a71f37e10000000a423f68/content.htm?
frameset=/en/ff/83425323a71f37e10000000a423f68/frameset.htm&current_toc=/en/ba/954353a5
31e647e10000000a441470/plain.htm&node_id=267
1

User role in the backend system via transaction PFCG:

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Assign the necessary backend role for the My Purchasing Document Items Fiori app in the ERP
system to the user used for the launchpad logon. For details, see Configuration Guide:
Generic Enablement of SAP Fiori (MF1).
My Purchasing Document Items

SAP_MM_PURDOC_LIST_APP

40 Activation of gateway service in the SAP gateway server with transaction


/IWFND/MAINT_SERVICE :
For details on how to perform this step, see Generic Enablement of SAP Fiori (MF1)., chapter
Activation of Gateway Service in SAP NetWeaver Gateway. Use the following values:
Fiori App Name

Field Name

Entry Value

My Purchasing
Document Items

System Alias

<SYSTEM ALIAS of ERP>

External Service
Name

ME2STAR_OD_SRV (1)

41 Activate gateway and UI5 services with transaction SICF in the gateway server:
For details on how to perform this step, see Generic Enablement of SAP Fiori (MF1)., chapter
Activate Gateway and UI5 Services.
Fiori App
Name

Service Path

Service Name

My
Purchasing
Document
Items

sap opu
odata sap

ME2STAR_OD_SRV (1)

sap bc
ui5_ui5 sap

/
default_host/sap/bc/ui5_ui5/sap/mm_purdo
c_list

42 Assign a user to the SAP Fiori launchpad


For details on how to perform this step, see Generic Enablement of SAP Fiori (MF1)., chapter
Assign a User to the SAP Fiori Launchpad. Use the following values:
App

My Purchasing Document Items

Role

SAP_MM_PURDOC_LIST_APP

The role must be assigned to the user used during launchpad logon with transaction PFCG.
The user needs to be maintained in the gateway server.
Before configuring the app, you must ensure the following:

The implementation must be based on SAP NetWeaver SP06 or higher.

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You must ensure that the business users who use the My Purchasing Document Items app
have the authorizations required for displaying purchase orders, contracts and scheduling
agreements in the SAP GUI. In addition, you can grant authorization to users so that they will
see price information in purchase order items.

You do not have to perform any changes in the Baseline customizing.

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Approve Service Entry Sheet


Description

The app enables you to quickly and efficiently process the approval of service entry sheets
entered by a service provider while away from your desk.
Value, service location, service period, accounting data, service lines, notes and attachments can
be quickly checked via this app in one go.

Key Features

List of pending service entry sheets

Display of all details relevant for approval decision

Detailed business card of the creator of the service entry sheet

Reject service entry sheets

Search and sort function

Approve service entry sheet

Reject service entry sheet with a note

Business Purpose for Approve Service Entry Sheet

This app can be seen as an enhancement of the existing SAP Best Practices Baseline scope
items where service entry sheets are created.
Under this assumption, this app can be used together with the following scope items:
Consumable Purchasing (129)
External Procurement of Services (209)

4
1

How to Access and Use the App


Launch the SAP Fiori system via the appropriate URL and log on with the appropriate user
and password for the purchaser.

43 From the home page, choose the tile for Approve Service Entry Sheets.
44 In the search field on the left, you can search for a service entry sheet. The service entry
sheet is then displayed on the right side of the app.

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A short text is displayed as key information, the business card of the service entry sheet
creator, header details, fulfillment status: percentage of consumed value and consumed
value.
You can also display attachments linked to the service entry sheets.
45 You can now approve, reject or forward it by selecting the buttons in the lower right corner.

Configuration for Baseline Scope Items

The following section includes a short checklist for the necessary configuration steps that are
required for the activation and usage of the app. Details are described in the relevant
configuration guides for the SAP Fiori Apps rapid-deployment solution and the SAP Fiori
Infrastructure rapid-deployment solution.
Additional documentation is available in the SAP Help Portal:
http://help.sap.com/fiori_bs2013/helpdata/en/64/1a96523ef7224fe10000000a445394/content.htm
?
frameset=/en/ff/83425323a71f37e10000000a423f68/frameset.htm&current_toc=/en/ba/954353a5
31e647e10000000a441470/plain.htm&node_id=251
1

User role in the backend system via transaction PFCG:

Assign the necessary backend role for the Approve Service Entry Sheets Fiori app in the ERP
system to the user used for the launchpad logon. For details, see Configuration Guide:
Generic Enablement of SAP Fiori (MF1).
Approve Service Entry Sheets

SAP_MM_SES_APV_APP

46 Activation of gateway service in the SAP gateway server with transaction


/IWFND/MAINT_SERVICE :
For details on how to perform this step, see Generic Enablement of SAP Fiori (MF1)., chapter
Activation of Gateway Service in SAP NetWeaver Gateway. Use the following values:
Fiori App Name

Field Name

Entry Value

Approve Service
Entry Sheets

System Alias

<SYSTEM ALIAS of ERP>

External Service
Name

MM_SES_APPROVE (Version 0001)

47 Activate gateway and UI5 services with transaction SICF in the gateway server:
For details on how to perform this step, see Generic Enablement of SAP Fiori (MF1)., chapter
Activate Gateway and UI5 Services.

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Fiori App
Name

Service Path

Service Name

Approve
Service
Entry
Sheets

sap opu
odata sap

MM_SES_APPROVE (Version 0001)

sap bc
ui5_ui5 sap

MM_SES_APV Description: Approve


Service Entry Sheets

48 Assign a user to the SAP Fiori launchpad


For details on how to perform this step, see Generic Enablement of SAP Fiori (MF1)., chapter
Assign a User to the SAP Fiori Launchpad. Use the following values:
App

Approve Service Entry Sheets

Role

SAP_MM_SES_APV_APP

The role must be assigned to the user used during launchpad logon with transaction PFCG.
The user needs to be maintained in the gateway server.

You have to perform changes in the Baseline customizing:


The existing release procedure for service in the Baseline customizing has to be
modified:
1

Go to the SAP Customizing Implementation Guide (transaction SPRO): Materials


Management External Services Management Define Release Procedure
for Services Entry Sheet Select Release Strategies Change Release
Strategy Y1:

11. Choose Classification and enter the order type NB.


12. Under Purchasing group, the group YQ4 is configured for this release procedure
in the SAP Best Practices Baseline Customizing. Therefore, in the
corresponding purchase order for services (with item category D), the purchase
groups YQ4 has to be used when the PO is created.

8
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Approve Supplier Invoice


Description

With the transactional app Approve Supplier Invoices, you can display supplier invoices that are
assigned to you by SAP Business Workflow. You can approve or reject the corresponding work
item. If necessary, you can forward a work item to a different employee for further processing.
You can use the standard workflow to approve completely parked incoming invoices.

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Key Features

List of invoices that need approval including search functionality

Details of supplier invoice including attachment of the original invoice document

Business card of responsible purchaser and invoice clerk for easy contact

Reference to purchase order

Add own notes to the approval process

View history of previously approved and rejected invoices from the same supplier

Approve, reject and forward invoices

Business Purpose for Approve Supplier Invoices

This app can be seen as an enhancement of our existing SAP Best Practices Baseline scope
items where supplier invoices are created.
Under this assumption this app can be used together with the following scope items from the
Baseline:

Procurement without QM (130)


Procurement Contract (133)
Return to Vendor (136)
Procurement of Third-party Resources (208)

External Procurement of Services (209)


Subcontracting (138)
Procurement and Consumption of Consigned Inventory (139)

4
1

How to Access and Use the App


Launch the SAP Fiori system via the appropriate URL and log on with the appropriate user
and password for the purchaser.

49 From the home page, choose the tile for Approve Supplier Invoices.
50 In the Search field, you can search for a supplier invoice by entering related information, for
example, supplier. The supplier invoice is then displayed on the right side.
In the detail view, you can navigate between several tabs:

Attachments
You see a list of all files that are attached to the invoice document. Depending on your
browser and settings, as well as the file type of the attachment, the attachment is
displayed either in a new browser tab or in a window of a program corresponding to the
file type.

Notes
You can add notes, which are displayed on the Notes tab with a time stamp. These notes
are only attached to the work item of the app.

Info

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You see information data.
In the Purchase Order field, you see the purchase order number. If there is more than
one purchase order, the total number is displayed as additional information (for example:
(1 of 2)).

History
You see a list of invoices you received from the current supplier and that you have
already approved.

51 You can now approve, reject or forward it by selecting the buttons in the lower right corner.

Configuration for Baseline Scope Items

The following section includes a short checklist for the necessary configuration steps that are
required for the activation and usage of the app. Details are described in the relevant
configuration guides for the SAP Fiori Apps rapid-deployment solution and the SAP Fiori
Infrastructure rapid-deployment solution.
Additional documentation is available in the SAP Help Portal:
http://help.sap.com/fiori_bs2013/helpdata/en/8b/98ef5249620375e10000000a44538d/content.ht
m?
frameset=/en/ff/83425323a71f37e10000000a423f68/frameset.htm&current_toc=/en/ba/954353a5
31e647e10000000a441470/plain.htm&node_id=298

User role in the backend system via transaction PFCG:

Assign the necessary backend role for the Approve Supplier Invoices Fiori app in the ERP
system to the user used for the launchpad logon. For details, see Configuration Guide:
Generic Enablement of SAP Fiori (MF1).
Approve Supplier Invoices

SAP_MM_SES_APV_APP

52 Activation of gateway service in the SAP gateway server with transaction


/IWFND/MAINT_SERVICE :
For details on how to perform this step, see Generic Enablement of SAP Fiori (MF1)., chapter
Activation of Gateway Service in SAP NetWeaver Gateway. Use the following values:
Fiori App Name

Field Name

Entry Value

Approve Supplier
Invoices

System Alias

<SYSTEM ALIAS of ERP>

External Service
Name

MM_SUPPLIER_INVOICE_APPROVE (1)

53 Activate gateway and UI5 services with transaction SICF in the gateway server:
For details on how to perform this step, see Generic Enablement of SAP Fiori (MF1)., chapter
Activate Gateway and UI5 Services.

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Fiori App
Name

Service Path

Service Name

Approve
Supplier
Invoices

sap opu
odata sap

MM_SUPPLIER_INVOICE_APPROVE (1)

sap bc
ui5_ui5 sap

MM_SUPPLINV_APV

54 Assign a user to the SAP Fiori launchpad


For details on how to perform this step, see Generic Enablement of SAP Fiori (MF1)., chapter
Assign a User to the SAP Fiori Launchpad. Use the following values:
App

Approve Supplier Invoices

Role

SAP_MM_SUPPLINV_APV_APP

The role must be assigned to the user used during launchpad logon with transaction PFCG.
The user needs to be maintained in the gateway server.

The following Customizing has to be created for the app:

You have specified the workflow tasks that are relevant for approving supplier invoices. You
do this in Customizing for Materials Management under Logistics Invoice Verification Apps
for Logistics Invoice Verification Approve Supplier Invoices Specify Workflow Task IDs.

To set up the standard workflow in your back-end system, you must assign a
release group to the vendor and to the workflow agent, define the release criteria,
and activate the workflow for assigned agents. For more information, see
Customizing activity Specify Workflow Task IDs.

For the standard workflow and standard task, you can display the relevant invoices
in the back-end system using the SAP Business Workplace transaction (SBWP). The
invoices are grouped in the inbox according to the Invoice Parking: Approve
Release task.

For completely parked incoming invoices, you have created the following transactional backend data for the vendor assigned to the release group:

You have created a purchase order (transaction ME21N).

You have posted a goods receipt (transaction MIGO), if the master data requires it.

You have parked the incoming invoice, saved as completed, and created an attachment
(transaction MIR7).

You have to perform the following changes in the SAP Best Practices Baseline Customizing:

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1

Go to the SAP Customizing Implementation Guide (transaction SPRO): Logistics Invoice


Verification Define Release Criteria. Enter the following values.

Note that BPINST corresponds to the user who is authorized to release supplier
invoices in your system.
4. Choose Activate Workflow Template for Release for Posting
5. Choose Activate Event Linking.

6. Activate the workflow:

7. Access transaction SWDD. Enter the workflow: WS20001004.


8. Select the step Invoice Release.
9. On the right part of the screen, choose the Control tab.
10. Enter the task: Task ID: TS20000881
11. Make sure that the binding exists:

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12. In the Task Properties section, choose the yellow Agent assignment for task button.
13. Enter the user who is allowed to release parked supplier invoices in your system.
14. Save and go back.

15. Enter the release group 0001 into the vendor master data record of the respective vendors
whose invoices should be released via the app:

16. Save and go back.

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5 Analytical Apps MM

Be aware that the following settings (filters, dimensions, measures and so on) are
examples. You should configure these analytical apps according to your business
requirements and focus of interest.

9
1

SAP Smart Business Apps for Inventory


Management
SAP Smart Business for Valuated Stock Value

Description

With Valuated Stock Value, you can display the closing valuated stock value based on a specific
end date. The closing stock enables you to get an overview of the distribution according to the
dimensions plant, type of material, or product hierarchy. This information about the aggregated
stock situation allows you to react in a timely manner.

Key Features

Display the closing valuated stock value based on a specific end date.

Get an overview of the distribution according to the dimensions plant, type of material, or
product hierarchy.

Calculation Rule:

The closing valuated stock value is the key date value at the end of a specific time frame. To
determine the valuated stock, all relevant postings, for example, all goods movements or
price changes, are considered.

Business Purpose

This app can be seen as an enhancement of the existing SAP Best Practices Baseline scope
items in which goods are received or issued. A warehouse manager, for example, can quickly get
an overview about the current stock situation.
You may consider using the Valuated Stock Value app for the following scope items:

Procurement without QM (130)

Stock Handling: Scrap and Blocked Stock (131)

Return to Vendor (136)

Procurement of Third-party Resources (208)

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Quality Management for Procurement with Vendor Evaluation (127)

Procurement and Consumption of Consigned Inventory (139)

Physical Inventory / Inventory Count & Adjustment (137)

4
1

How to Access and Use the App


Launch Fiori launchpad in your browser. (Example URL: https://[server]:
[port]/sap/bc/ui5_ui5/ui2/ushell/shells/abap/FioriLaunchpad.html)

55 On the home screen, choose Show Groups at the upper left corner. A panel with all available
groups appears on the left-hand side.
56 Choose the group you have created for this app, for example, SAP Smart Business Valuated
Stock Value. All tiles you have configured for this app appear under this group.
57 If you have defined generic drill-down or custom drill-down for a tile, you can click the tile,
which brings you to the drill-down app.

If it is a generic drill-down, you can view the following information based on your
configuration:
If you have enabled KPI Header Details, you can view the warning and critical
information prefilled from the KPI evaluation defined. You can also view a trend chart if
you have enabled and defined time series.
If you have enabled the filter functionality, you can find your specified filters which you
can use to filter the views below.
The views you have defined will also be displayed. If you have defined multiple views,
you can use the dropdown box to switch between them.

If it is a custom drill-down, you will be directed to a custom program that has been created.
See also Business Process Description: Smart Business Apps based on SAP HANA Live
(H10)

Configuration for Baseline

KPI Definition
1

Launch KPI modeler in your browser. (Example URL: https://[server]:


[port]/sap/bc/ui5_ui5/sap/ca_kpi/modeler/index.html)

58 Choose the action menu in the bottom left corner. In the pop-up list, choose Add KPI.
59 On the Add New KPI screen, create the following entries:

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Field Name

User Action and Values

Mandatory
Field

KPI Code

Technical ID, for example, ZVSVKPI

KPI Title

The KPI Title appears in the launchpad later on

Semantic Object

A Semantic Object is not needed

Improvement
Direction

Indicates which kind of value of KPI is meaningful


for the application (Maximizing/Minimizing/Target):
Minimizing

Value Type

Currency

OData Path

Path of the XSOData service file:


/sap/hba/r/ecc/odata/mm/im/kpi.xsodata

Measure

Provide measure from Entity Set:


ClsgVltdStockValInCoCodeCrcy_E

60 Choose Save and Continue.

Add Evaluation
1

Select the Evaluations button and select Add Evaluation.


On the Add Evaluation screen, you can create or apply a variant, maintain parameters,
thresholds, trends, and set authorizations for users.
Field Name

User Action and Values

Variant ID

Technical code, for example, ZVSVEVALUATION

Variant Title

Title of the variant

Filter Settings

Define a filter, for example, client

Input Parameters

You need to provide values for all defined input parameters from
the Entity Set. Check if the values exist in the backend system.

Add filter to:

SAP Client, for example, 120


Plant, for example, 1000
Material, H11

Add Input Parameter

P_StartDate, for example, 01.01.2014


P_EndDate, for example, 01.01.2014

61 Choose Next to go to the screen and enter the Evaluation Text:

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Field Name

User Action and Values

Evaluation Text

For example, Valuated Stock Value


The Evaluation Text later appears on the tile in the launchpad.

Scaling Factor

Select the appropriate scaling factor based on the expected KPI


value.

Decimal

Choose the appropriate decimal format, for example, 00.00

Unit

For example, USD

62 Choose Next to go to the screen and enter the threshold:#


Field Name

User Action and Values

Target

Define a target, for example, 500

Improvement
Direction

For Improvement Direction Target, the attributes below can be


maintained (optional).

Warning High

Indicates threshold value for KPI (is displayed yellow)

Critical High

Indicates threshold value for KPI (is displayed red)

You have defined your target KPI with target value 500, you have set the Warning
High to 550 and the Critical High to 600. This means, if the KPI value exceeds 500,
the color code with which it is displayed is yellow. If the value exceeds 550, it is
displayed red.
63 Choose Next.
64 On the Apply Trend screen, choose Activate and authorize. Select the users who should be
able to use this KPI.
65 Choose Finish.
66 Activate the KPI.
Go back to the home screen of the KPI modeler. Enter the KPI name in the Search field in the
right upper corner and press Enter.
Click the KPI tile. To activate the KPI, choose Activate.
67 To create visualization and tile type, open the menu to access Explore Visualizations in the
lower left corner.
68 Select Explore Visualizations.
Visualization can only be added for active KPIs and evaluations.
69 On the Manage Visualizations screen, select the corresponding evaluation on the left side of
the screen.
70 Choose Add Tile in the lower right corner.
71 In the Tile Type field, enter KPI Tile.
72 Select a tile format.

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Tile Type: for example, KPI Tile

Tile Format: for example, Numeric Tile

73 Choose OK.

Drill-Down Definition
1

Choose Drill Down and choose Configure Details in the lower right corner.
On the Drill Down definition screen, create the following settings:
Field Name

User Action and Values

Show As

For example, Chart and Table

Default View

For example, Chart

Select Type

For example, Bar

View Name

Analyze Stock Value 1

Order By

By Measure- Descending

74 Select Measures:
ClsgVltdStockValInCoCodeCrcy_E,
AvgVltdStockValInCoCodeCrcy_E,
75 Select Dimensions:
Client, Plant, Material, Start_Date, End_Date
Limit records to: 10
76 Activate KPI Header Details and Activate Filter by setting the switches to ON.
77 Define the Header Details by clicking KPI Header Details and Define Filter dimensions.
78 Save your drill-down configuration and leave the KPI modeler.
79 Display SAP Smart Business KPI in the Fiori launchpad:
1

Log on to the launchpad with the user that you assigned to the KPI.

17. Open the groups menu and create your own group (optional)
18. Open the tile catalog (make sure you have the necessary roles assigned to your user).
19. Search your tile with the KPI title you used during creation.
20. You can add tiles to your Fiori launchpad:
o

If you choose the + button. The tiles are added to My Home.

If you drag and drop the tiles to a specific group.


If you navigate back, the tile will appear on the launchpad start page.

For more information, refer to the following configuration guides:


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Configuration Guide: HANA Model Configuration Smart Business Apps (H70)
Configuration Guide: Smart Business Apps based on HANA Live Configuration (H71)
Configuration Guide: SAP Smart Business for Inventory Management based on HANA Live (H76)

SAP Smart Business App Valuated Stock Quantity

Description

With Valuated Stock Quantity, you can display the closing valuated stock quantity based on a
specific end date. The closing stock enables you to get an overview of the distribution according
to the dimensions plant, type of material, or product hierarchy. This information about the
aggregated stock situation allows you to react in a timely manner.

Key Features

Query View: sap.hab.r.ecc.MaterialValStockOnDateQuery


Displays the closing valuated stock quantity on a specific end date
Calculation Rule:
The closing valuated stock quantity is the key date quantity at the end of a specific time frame. To
determine the valuated stock, all relevant postings, for example, all goods movements, are
considered.
The point in time, in this case, the day on which a business process took place, is important to
determine its share in the calculation result. This includes the calculation of average values and
quantities.
To get a realistic calculation of averages for all average inventories, a specific weighting approach
is used in the Inventory Management KPIs: for the calculation of each business process, such as
a goods receipt, the posting date is considered in relation to the number of days within the
specific time frame. The posting date of the business process itself is considered with half a day.

Business Purpose

This app can be seen as an enhancement of the existing SAP Best Practices Baseline scope
items in which goods are received or issued. A warehouse manager, for example, can quickly get
an overview about the current stock situation and reduce the quantity and costs.
You may consider using the Valuated Stock Quantity app for the following scope items:

Procurement without QM (130)

Stock Handling: Scrap and Blocked Stock (131)

Return to Vendor (136)

Procurement of Third-party Resources (208)

Quality Management for Procurement with Vendor Evaluation (127)

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Procurement and Consumption of Consigned Inventory (139)

Physical Inventory / Inventory Count & Adjustment (137)

4
1

How to Access and Use the App


Open Fiori launchpad in your browser. (Example URL: https://[server]:
[port]/sap/bc/ui5_ui5/ui2/ushell/shells/abap/FioriLaunchpad.html)

80 On the home screen, choose Show Groups at the upper left corner. A panel with all available
groups appears on the left-hand side.
81 Choose the group you have created for this app, for example, SAP Smart Business Valuated
Stock Quantity. All tiles you have configured for this app appear under this group.
82 If you have defined generic drill-down or custom drill-down for a tile, you can click the tile,
which brings you to the drill-down app.

If it is a generic drill-down, you can view the following information based on your
configuration:
If you have enabled KPI Header Details, you can view the warning and critical
information prefilled from the KPI evaluation defined. You can also view a trend chart if
you have enabled and defined time series.
If you have enabled the filter functionality, you can find your specified filters which you
can use to filter the views below.
The views you have defined will also be displayed. If you have defined multiple views,
you can use the dropdown box to switch between them.

If it is a custom drill-down, you will be directed to a custom program that has been created.
See also Business Process Description: Smart Business Apps based on SAP HANA Live
(H10)

Configuration for Baseline

KPI Definition
1

Launch KPI modeler in your browser. (Example URL: https://[server]:


[port]/sap/bc/ui5_ui5/sap/ca_kpi/modeler/index.html)

83 Choose the action menu in the bottom left corner. In the pop-up list, choose Add KPI.
84 On the Add New KPI screen, create the following entries:

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Field Name

User Action and Values

Mandatory
Field

KPI Code

Technical ID, for example, ZZVSQKPI

KPI Title

Valuated Stock Quantity

The KPI Title later appears in the launchpad.


Semantic Object

A Semantic Object is not needed

Improvement
Direction

Indicates which kind of value of KPI is meaningful


for the application (Maximizing/Minimizing/Target):
Minimizing

Value Type

Quantity

OData Path

Path of the XSOData service file:


/sap/hba/r/ecc/odata/mm/im/kpi.xsodat
a

Measure

Provide measure from Entity Set:


ClsgVltdStockQtyInValnUnit

85 Choose Save and Continue.

Add Evaluation
1

Select the Evaluations button and select Add Evaluation.


On the Add Evaluation screen, you can create or apply a variant, maintain parameters,
thresholds, trends, and set authorizations for users.
Field Name

User Action and Values

Variant ID

Technical code, for example, ZVSQEVALUATION

Variant Title

Title of the variant, for example, VSQEVALUATION

Filter Settings

Define a filter, for example, client = 120, plant = 1000, material =


H11, material type = HAWA
Verify that the respective value exist in the backend system.

Input Parameters

You need to provide values for all defined input parameters from
the Entity Set. Check if the values exist in the backend system.

Add Input Parameter

Start_Date, for example, 01.01.2014


End-Date, for example, 31.12.2014

86 Choose Next to go to the screen and enter the Evaluation Text:

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Field Name

User Action and Values

Evaluation Text

For example, Valuated Stock Quantity


The Evaluation Text later appears on the tile in the launchpad.

Scaling Factor

Select the appropriate scaling factor based on the expected KPI


value. For example, Automatic

Decimal

Choose the appropriate decimal format, for example, for US


0.000

Unit

For example, Piece

87 Choose Next to go to the screen and enter the threshold:#


Field Name

User Action and Values

Target

Define a target, for example, 50

Improvement
Direction

For Improvement Direction Minimize, the attributes below can be


maintained (optional).

Warning High

Indicates threshold value for KPI (is displayed yellow)

Critical High

Indicates threshold value for KPI (is displayed red)

If your KPI is a minimizing KPI with target value 50, you have set the Warning High
to 100 and the Critical High to 350. This means, if the KPI value exceeds 100, the
color code with which it is displayed is yellow. If the value exceeds 350, it is displayed
red.
88 Choose Next.
89 On the Apply Trend screen, choose Activate and authorize. Select the users who should be
able to use this KPI, for example, BPINST.
90 Choose Finish.
91 Activate the KPI.
Go back to the home screen of the KPI modeler. Enter the KPI name in the Search field in the
right upper corner and press Enter.
Click the KPI tile. To activate the KPI, choose Activate.
92 To create visualization and tile type, open the menu to access Explore Visualizations in the
lower left corner.
93 Select Explore Visualizations.
Visualization can only be added for active KPIs and evaluations.
94 On the Manage Visualizations screen, select the corresponding evaluation on the left side of
the screen.
95 Choose Add Tile in the lower right corner.
96 In the Tile Type field, enter KPI Tile.
97 Select a tile format.
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Tile Type: for example, KPI Tile

Tile Format: for example, Numeric Tile

98 Choose OK.

Drill-Down Definition
1

Choose Drill Down and choose Configure Details in the lower right corner.
On the Drill Down definition screen, create the following settings:
Field Name

User Action and Values

Show As

For example, Chart

Default View

For example, Chart

Select Type

For example, Bar

View Name

Analyze Stock Quantity 1

Order By

By Measure- Ascending

99 Select Measures:
ClsgVltdStockQtyInValnUnit,
AvgVltdStockQtyInValnUnit
100Select Dimensions:
Client, Plant, Material, Start_Date, End_Date
Limit records to: 10
101Activate KPI Header Details and Activate Filter by setting the switches to ON.
102To define the Header Details, choose KPI Header Details. Select Material and select the filter
dimensions: choose Plant, Material, Start Date, End Date.
103Save your drill-down configuration and leave the KPI modeler.
104Display SAP Smart Business KPI in the Fiori launchpad:
1

Log on to the launchpad with the user that you assigned to the KPI.

21. Open the groups menu and create your own group (optional)
22. Open the tile catalog (make sure you have the necessary roles assigned to your user).
23. Search your tile with the KPI title you used during creation.
24. You can add tiles to your Fiori launchpad:
o

If you choose the + button. The tiles are added to My Home.

If you drag and drop the tiles to a specific group.


If you navigate back, the tile will appear on the launchpad start page.

For more information, refer to the following configuration guides:


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Configuration Guide: HANA Model Configuration Smart Business Apps (H70)
Configuration Guide: Smart Business Apps based on HANA Live Configuration (H71)
Configuration Guide: SAP Smart Business for Inventory Management based on HANA Live (H76)

SAP Smart Business App Range of Coverage

Description

With Range of Coverage, you can determine how long your company can manage with the
current stock, based on the determined consumption of stock in the past.

Key Features

Query view: sap.hba.r.ecc.MaterialValStockQuantityRngeOfCvrgQuery


Displays the range of coverage based on the current valuated stock quantity on a specific end
date.

Business Purpose

This calculation enables warehouse managers to avoid critical situations, for example, an
impending shortfall regarding the range of coverage for a specific material.
This app makes sense in the Baseline scope items where stock is consumed or issued.
Calculation Rule:
Range of Coverage is the relation between the current valuated stock quantity divided by the
average consumption per day.
You may consider using this app for the following scope items:

Procurement without QM

Stock Handling: Scrap and Blocked Stock

Stock Transfer with Delivery

Stock Transfer without Delivery

Return to Vendor

Physical Inventory / Inventory Count and Adjustment

Procurement and Consumption of Consigned Inventory

4
1

How to Access and Use the App


Open Fiori launchpad in your browser. (Example URL: https://[server]:
[port]/sap/bc/ui5_ui5/ui2/ushell/shells/abap/FioriLaunchpad.html)

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105On the home screen, choose Show Groups at the upper left corner. A panel with all available
groups appears on the left-hand side.
106Choose the group you have created for this app, for example, SAP Smart Business Range of
Coverage. All tiles you have configured for this app appear under this group.
107If you have defined generic drill-down or custom drill-down for a tile, you can click the tile,
which brings you to the drill-down app.

If it is a generic drill-down, you can view the following information based on your
configuration:
If you have enabled KPI Header Details, you can view the warning and critical
information prefilled from the KPI evaluation defined. You can also view a trend chart if
you have enabled and defined time series.
If you have enabled the filter functionality, you can find your specified filters which you
can use to filter the views below.
The views you have defined will also be displayed. If you have defined multiple views,
you can use the dropdown box to switch between them.

If it is a custom drill-down, you will be directed to a custom program that has been created.
See also Business Process Description: Smart Business Apps based on SAP HANA Live
(H10)

Configuration for Baseline

KPI Definition
1

Launch KPI modeler in your browser. (Example URL: https://[server]:


[port]/sap/bc/ui5_ui5/sap/ca_kpi/modeler/index.html)

108Choose the action menu in the bottom left corner. In the pop-up list, choose Add KPI.
109On the Add New KPI screen, create the following entries:

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Field Name

User Action and Values

Mandatory
Field

KPI Code

Technical ID, for example, ZROCKPI

KPI Title

Range of Coverage

The KPI Title later appears in the launchpad.


Semantic Object

A Semantic Object is not needed

Improvement
Direction

Indicates which kind of value of KPI is meaningful for


the application (Maximizing/Minimizing/Target):
Maximizing

Value Type

Number

OData Path

Path of the XSOData service file:


/sap/hba/r/ecc/odata/mm/im/kpi.xsodata

Entity Set

Name of the OData Entity Set:


MaterialValStockQuantityRngeOfCvrgQuer
y

Measure

Provide measure from Entity Set:


RangeOfCoverageInDays

110 Choose Save and Continue.

Add Evaluation
1

Select the Evaluations button and select Add Evaluation.


On the Add Evaluation screen, you can create or apply a variant, maintain parameters,
thresholds, trends, and set authorizations for users.
Field Name

User Action and Values

Variant ID

Technical code, for example, ZROCEVALUATION

Variant Title

Range of coverage

Filter Settings

Define a filter, for example, a specific purchasing organization.


Verify that the respective value exists in the backend system.

Input Parameters

You need to provide values for all defined input parameters from
the Entity Set. Check if the values exist in the backend system.

Add filter to:

SAP Client, for example, 120


(Plant, for example, 1100; Material, H10; it depends if you want
to have an average value over all materials or if you want to
focus on one material, for example)

Add Input Parameter

P_StartDate equal to, for example, 20140101


P_MaximumRngeOfCvrgInDays equal to, for example, 100
P_EndDate equal to, for example, 20141231

111 Choose Next to go to the screen and enter the Evaluation Text:
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Field Name

User Action and Values

Evaluation Text

For example, Range of Coverage


The Evaluation Text later appears on the tile in the launchpad.

Scaling Factor

Select the appropriate scaling factor based on the expected KPI


value.

Decimal

Choose the appropriate decimal format, for example, 00.00

Unit

For example, Days

112 Choose Next to go to the screen and enter the threshold:#


Field Name

User Action and Values

Target

Define a target, for example, 500 days

Improvement
Direction

For Improvement Direction Maximize, the attributes below can be


maintained (optional).

Warning High

Indicates threshold value for KPI (is displayed yellow)

Critical High

Indicates threshold value for KPI (is displayed red)

If your KPI is a maximizing KPI with target value 50, you have set the Warning High
to 100 and the Critical High to 350. This means, if the KPI value exceeds 100, the
color code with which it is displayed is yellow. If the value exceeds 350, it is displayed
red.
113 Choose Next.
114 On the Apply Trend screen, choose Activate and authorize. Select the users who should be
able to use this KPI.
115 Choose Finish.
116 Activate the KPI.
Go back to the home screen of the KPI modeler. Enter the KPI name in the Search field in the
right upper corner and press Enter.
Click the KPI tile. To activate the KPI, choose Activate.
117 To create visualization and tile type, open the menu to access Explore Visualizations in the
lower left corner.
118 Select Explore Visualizations.
Visualization can only be added for active KPIs and evaluations.
119 On the Manage Visualizations screen, select the corresponding evaluation on the left side of
the screen.
120Choose Add Tile in the lower right corner.
121In the Tile Type field, enter KPI Tile.
122Select a tile format.

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Tile Type: for example, KPI Tile

Tile Format: for example, Numeric Tile

123Choose OK.

Drill-Down Definition
1

Choose Drill Down and choose Configure Details in the lower right corner.
On the Drill Down definition screen, create the following settings:
Field Name

User Action and Values

Show As

For example, Chart and Table

Default View

For example, Chart

Select Type

For example, Bar

View Name

Analyze Range of Coverage

Order By

By Measure- Descending

124Select Measures: RangeOfCoverageInDays


125Select Dimensions: Client, Plant, Material, Start_Date, End_Date
Limit records to: 10
126Activate KPI Header Details and Activate Filter by setting the switches to ON.
127To define the Header Details, choose KPI Header Details. Enter, for example, End Date and
select the filter dimensions: choose Plant, Material, Start Date, End Date.
128Save your drill-down configuration and leave the KPI modeler.
129Display SAP Smart Business KPI in the Fiori launchpad:
1

Log on to the launchpad with the user that you assigned to the KPI.

25. Open the groups menu and create your own group (optional)
26. Open the tile catalog (make sure you have the necessary roles assigned to your user).
27. Search your tile with the KPI title you used during creation.
28. You can add tiles to your Fiori launchpad:
o

If you choose the + button. The tiles are added to My Home.

If you drag and drop the tiles to a specific group.


If you navigate back, the tile will appear on the launchpad start page.

For more information, refer to the following configuration guides:


service.sap.com/rds-shl Find the content library:
Configuration Guide: HANA Model Configuration Smart Business Apps (H70)
Configuration Guide: Smart Business Apps based on HANA Live Configuration (H71)
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Configuration Guide: SAP Smart Business for Inventory Management based on HANA Live (H76)

SAP Smart Business App Inventory Turnover

Description

With Inventory Turnover, you can determine how often the average material was destocked and
restocked in a specific time frame. A high inventory turnover indicates that materials are not in
storage for a long time and that storage costs are low. With this KPI, you receive important
information about special materials or material groups.

Key Features

Query view: sap.hab.r.ecc.MaterialValStockValueTurnoverQuery


Displays the inventory turnover based on the current valuated stock value within a specific time
frame
Calculation rule:
Inventory Turnover is the relation between the average consumption divided by the average
valuated stock value.
The average consumption is the total consumption divided by the number of days within a specific
time frame.
The point in time, in this case, the day on which a business process took place, is important to
determine its share in the calculation result. This includes the calculation of average values and
quantities.
To get a realistic calculation of averages for all average inventories, a specific weighting approach
is used in the Inventory Management KPIs: for the calculation of each business process, such as
a goods receipt, the posting date is considered in relation to the number of days within the
specific time frame. The posting date of the business process itself is considered with half a day

Business Purpose

You may use this app for all scope items in which goods are received, issued, and restocked; for
example:

Procurement without QM

Stock Handling: Scrap and Blocked Stock

Stock Transfer with Delivery

Stock Transfer without Delivery

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Return to Vendor

Physical Inventory / Inventory Count and Adjustment

Procurement and Consumption of Consigned Inventory

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How to Access and Use the App


Open Fiori launchpad in your browser. (Example URL: https://[server]:
[port]/sap/bc/ui5_ui5/ui2/ushell/shells/abap/Fiorilaunchpad.html)

130On the home screen, choose Show Groups at the upper left corner. A panel with all available
groups appears on the left-hand side.
131Choose the group you have created for this app, for example, SAP Smart Business Inventory
Turnover. All tiles you have configured for this app appear under this group.
132If you have defined generic drill-down or custom drill-down for a tile, you can click the tile,
which brings you to the drill-down app.

If it is a generic drill-down, you can view the following information based on your
configuration:
If you have enabled KPI Header Details, you can view the warning and critical
information prefilled from the KPI evaluation defined. You can also view a trend chart if
you have enabled and defined time series.
If you have enabled the filter functionality, you can find your specified filters which you
can use to filter the views below.
The views you have defined will also be displayed. If you have defined multiple views,
you can use the dropdown box to switch between them.

If it is a custom drill-down, you will be directed to a custom program that has been created.
See also Business Process Description: Smart Business Apps based on SAP HANA Live
(H10)

Configuration for Baseline

KPI Definition
1

Launch KPI modeler in your browser. (Example URL: https://[server]:


[port]/sap/bc/ui5_ui5/sap/ca_kpi/modeler/index.html)

133Choose the action menu in the bottom left corner. In the pop-up list, choose Add KPI.
134On the Add New KPI screen, create the following entries:

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Field Name

User Action and Values

Mandatory
Field

KPI Code

Technical ID, for example, ZIVTKPI

KPI Title

Inventory Turnover

The KPI Title later appears in the launchpad.


Semantic Object

A Semantic Object is not needed

Improvement
Direction

Indicates which kind of value of KPI is meaningful


for the application (Maximizing/Minimizing/Target):
Maximizing

Value Type

Number

OData Path

Path of the XSOData service file:


/sap/hba/r/ecc/odata/mm/im/kpi.xsodat
a

Entity Set

Name of the OData Entity Set:


MaterialValStockValueTurnoverQuery

Measure

Provide measure from Entity Set:


InventoryTurnover

135Choose Save and Continue.

Add Evaluation
1

Select the Evaluations button and select Add Evaluation.


On the Add Evaluation screen, you can create or apply a variant, maintain parameters,
thresholds, trends, and set authorizations for users.
Field Name

User Action and Values

Variant ID

Technical code, for example, ZIVTEVALUATION

Variant Title

Inventory Turnover

Filter Settings

Define a filter, for example, a specific purchasing organization.


Verify that the respective value exists in the backend system.

Input Parameters

You need to provide values for all defined input parameters from
the Entity Set, for example, client. Check if the values exist in
the backend system.

Add filter to:

SAPClient (Plant, Material, in case you want to focus on a


certain material and plant or if you want to have an average
value over all materials)

Add Input Parameter

P_StartDate equal to, for example, 20130101


P_EndDate equal to, for example, 20141231

136Choose Next to go to the screen and enter the Evaluation Text:

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Field Name

User Action and Values

Evaluation Text

For example, Inventory Turnover


The Evaluation Text later appears on the tile in the launchpad.

Scaling Factor

Select the appropriate scaling factor based on the expected KPI


value.

Decimal

Choose the appropriate decimal format, for example, 00.00

Unit

For example, Number

137Choose Next to go to the screen and enter the threshold:#


Field Name

User Action and Values

Target

Define a target, for example, 500

Improvement
Direction

For Improvement Direction Maximize, the attributes below can be


maintained (optional).

Warning High

Indicates threshold value for KPI (is displayed yellow)

Critical High

Indicates threshold value for KPI (is displayed red)

If your KPI is a maximizing KPI with target value 50, you have set the Warning High
to 100 and the Critical High to 350. This means, if the KPI value exceeds 100, the
color code with which it is displayed is yellow. If the value exceeds 350, it is displayed
red.
138Choose Next.
139On the Apply Trend screen, choose Activate and authorize. Select the users who should be
able to use this KPI.
140Choose Finish.
141Activate the KPI.
Go back to the home screen of the KPI modeler. Enter the KPI name in the Search field in the
right upper corner and press Enter.
Click the KPI tile. To activate the KPI, choose Activate.
142To create visualization and tile type, open the menu to access Explore Visualizations in the
lower left corner.
143Select Explore Visualizations.
Visualization can only be added for active KPIs and evaluations.
144On the Manage Visualizations screen, select the corresponding evaluation on the left side of
the screen.
145Choose Add Tile in the lower right corner.
146In the Tile Type field, enter KPI Tile.
147Select a tile format.

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Tile Type: for example, KPI Tile

Tile Format: for example, Numeric Tile

148Choose OK.

Drill-Down Definition
1

Choose Drill Down and choose Configure Details in the lower right corner.
On the Drill Down definition screen, create the following settings:
Field Name

User Action and Values

Show As

For example, Chart and Table

Default View

For example, Chart

Select Type

For example, Bar

View Name

Analyse Inventory Turnover

Order By

By Measure- Descending

149Select Measures: InventoryTurnover


150Select Dimensions: Client, Plant, Material, Start_Date, End_Date
151Activate KPI Header Details and Activate Filter by setting the switches to ON.
152To define the Header Details, choose KPI Header Details. Select Material and select the filter
dimensions: choose Plant, Material.
153Save your drill-down configuration and leave the KPI modeler.
154Display SAP Smart Business KPI in the Fiori launchpad:
1

Log on to the launchpad with the user that you assigned to the KPI.

29. Open the groups menu and create your own group (optional)
30. Open the tile catalog (make sure you have the necessary roles assigned to your user).
31. Search your tile with the KPI title you used during creation.
32. You can add tiles to your Fiori launchpad:
o

If you choose the + button. The tiles are added to My Home.

If you drag and drop the tiles to a specific group.


If you navigate back, the tile will appear on the launchpad start page.

For more information, refer to the following configuration guides:


service.sap.com/rds-shl Find the content library:
Configuration Guide: HANA Model Configuration Smart Business Apps (H70)
Configuration Guide: Smart Business Apps based on HANA Live Configuration (H71)
Configuration Guide: SAP Smart Business for Inventory Management based on HANA Live (H76)
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SAP Smart Business Apps for Purchasing


SAP Smart Business App Non Managed Spend

Description

With Non-Managed Spend, you can display the spend for suppliers that was not matched to a
purchase order as a percentage of the total spend. Keeping the spend that has not gone through
your purchasing organization low is desirable.

Key Features

Query view: sap.hba.ecc.NonManagedPurchasingSpendQuery


Calculation rule: This KPI determines the sum (without taxes) paid to suppliers without a
purchase order reference in relation to the total spend for suppliers. The calculation is based on
accounting documents.

Business Purpose

This app analyzes the total invoice spend that is not associated with a purchase order. This is
important as it shows which purchases are conducted in the company which did not follow the
defined, standard purchasing processes without the creation of a purchase requisition or the
creation of a purchase order.
You may consider using this app for the following scope items:

Consumable Purchasing (129)

Procurement without QM (130)

Procurement of Third-Party Resources (208)

External Procurement of Services (209)

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How to Access and Use the App


Open Fiori launchpad in your browser. (Example URL: https://[server]:
[port]/sap/bc/ui5_ui5/ui2/ushell/shells/abap/FioriLaunchpad.html)

155On the home screen, choose Show Groups at the upper left corner. A panel with all available
groups appears on the left-hand side.
156Choose the group you have created for this app, for example, SAP Smart Business NonManaged Spend. All tiles you have configured for this app appear under this group.
157If you have defined generic drill-down or custom drill-down for a tile, you can click the tile,
which brings you to the drill-down app.

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If it is a generic drill-down, you can view the following information based on your
configuration:
If you have enabled KPI Header Details, you can view the warning and critical
information prefilled from the KPI evaluation defined. You can also view a trend chart if
you have enabled and defined time series.
If you have enabled the filter functionality, you can find your specified filters which you
can use to filter the views below.
The views you have defined will also be displayed. If you have defined multiple views,
you can use the dropdown box to switch between them.

If it is a custom drill-down, you will be directed to a custom program that has been created.
See also Business Process Description: Smart Business Apps based on SAP HANA Live
(H10)

Configuration for Baseline

KPI Definition
1

Launch KPI modeler in your browser. (Example URL: https://[server]:


[port]/sap/bc/ui5_ui5/sap/ca_kpi/modeler/index.html)

158Choose the action menu in the bottom left corner. In the pop-up list, choose Add KPI.
159On the Add New KPI screen, create the following entries:
Field Name

User Action and Values

Mandatory Field

KPI Code

Technical ID, for example, ZNMSKPI

KPI Title

The KPI Title later appears in the launchpad.

Semantic Object

A Semantic Object is not needed

Improvement
Direction

Indicates which kind of value of KPI is


meaningful for the application
(Maximizing/Minimizing/Target): Minimizing

Value Type

Quantity

OData Path

Path of the XSOData service file:


/sap/hba/r/ecc/odata/mm/pur/
PurchaseContractQueries.xsodata

Entity Set

Name of the OData Entity Set:


NonManagedPurchasingSpend

Measure

Provide measure from Entity Set:


NonManagedSpendInPct

160Choose Save and Continue.

Add Evaluation
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1. On the Add Evaluation screen, you can create or apply a variant; maintain parameters,
thresholds, trends; and set authorizations for users.
Field Name

User Action and Values

Variant ID

Technical code, for example, ZNMSEVALUATION

Variant Title

Title of the variant

Filter Settings

You can define a filter, for example, a specific purchasing


organization. Verify that it exists in the backend system.

Input Parameters

You need to provide values for all defined input parameters from the
Entity Set, for example, client. Verify that the values exist in the
backend system.

Add filter to

SAPClient, for example, 120


FiscalYear, for example, 2014

Add Input
Parameter

P_DisplayCurrency Equal to <Display Currency>, for example, USD


P_HorizonForSelectionInDays Equal to <Days>, for example, 300
P_SAPClient, 120

2. Choose Next and make the following entries:


Field Name

User Action and Values

Evaluation Text

Non-Managed Spend
The Evaluation Text appears on the tile in the launchpad.

Scaling Factor

Select the appropriate scaling factor based on the expected KPI


value.

Decimal

Choose appropriate decimal format, for example, 00.00

Unit

Choose Next to enter the threshold.

Field Name

User Action and Values

Target

For example, 50 documents

Improvement
Direction

For Improvement Direction Minimize, the attributes below can be


maintained (optional).

Warning High

Indicates threshold value for KPI (is displayed yellow)

Critical High

Indicates threshold value for KPI (is displayed red)

You have defined your KPI as a minimizing KPI with target value 50, you have set the
Warning High to 100 and the Critical High to 350. This means, if the KPI value
exceeds 100, the color code with which it is displayed is yellow. If the value exceeds
350, it is displayed red.
161Choose Next.
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162On the Apply Trend screen, choose Activate and authorize. Select the users who should be
able to use this KPI.
163Choose Finish.
164Activate the KPI.
Go back to the home screen of the KPI modeler. Enter the KPI name in the Search field in the
right upper corner and press Enter.
Click the KPI tile. To activate the KPI, choose Activate.
165To create visualization and tile type, open the menu to access Explore Visualizations in the
lower left corner.
166Select Explore Visualizations.
Visualization can only be added for active KPIs and evaluations.
167On the Manage Visualizations screen, select the corresponding evaluation on the left side of
the screen.
168Choose Add Tile in the lower right corner.
169In the Tile Type field, enter KPI Tile.
170Select a tile format.

Tile Type: for example, KPI Tile

Tile Format: for example, Numeric Tile

171Choose OK.

Drill-Down Definition
1

Choose Drill Down and choose Configure Details in the lower right corner.
On the Drill Down definition screen, create the following settings:

Field Name

User Action and Values

Show As

For example, Chart and Table

Default View

For example, Chart

Select Type

For example, Bar

View Name

Analyze Non-managed Spend 1

Order By

By Measure- Descending

Select Measures:
NonManagedSpendAmtInPct

Select Dimensions:
CreatedbyuserFullName
Year week
Client
Vendor

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Cost Center
Limit records to 10
172Activate KPI Header Details and Activate Filter by setting the switches to ON.
173To define the Header Details, choose KPI Header Details. Select, for example, Year month
and select the filter dimensions: choose Vendor YearMonth, CreatedbyuserFullName.
174Save your drill-down configuration and leave the KPI modeler.
175Display SAP Smart Business KPI in the Fiori launchpad:
1

Log on to the launchpad with the user that you assigned to the KPI.

33. Open the groups menu and create your own group (optional)
34. Open the tile catalog (make sure you have the necessary roles assigned to your user).
35. Search your tile with the KPI title you used during creation.
36. You can add tiles to your Fiori launchpad:
o

If you choose the + button. The tiles are added to My Home.

If you drag and drop the tiles to a specific group.


If you navigate back, the tile will appear on the launchpad start page.

For more information, refer to the following configuration guides:


service.sap.com/rds-shl Find the content library:
Configuration Guide: HANA Model Configuration Smart Business Apps (H70)
Configuration Guide: Smart Business Apps based on HANA Live Configuration (H71)
Configuration Guide: SAP Smart Business for Purchasing based on HANA Live
(H77)

SAP Smart Business App Contract Usage

Description

With Contract Usage, you can compare the expected release amount against the actual release
amount of contracts in a specific time frame.

Key Features

With Contract Usage, you can find the following:

The expected amount compared to the released amount in percent

The expected amount in the display currency

The released amount in the display currency

The target amount in the display currency

Calculation rule for quantity contracts and value contracts:


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The expected release amount is calculated proportionally to the specified time frame and the
target release amount of the contract. The percentage corresponds to the release amount in
proportion to the expected release amount. The target amount of the contract either corresponds
to the target amount of the contract header, or to the sum of all item amounts. If amounts are
defined both on header and on item level, the smaller amount is used. If amounts are defined
only on header or on item level, the defined amount is used.

Business Purpose

This app compares the planned/expected contract release amount with the current release
amount in a specified time frame.
You may use this app for the following scope item:

Procurement Contract (133)

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How to Access and Use the App


Open Fiori launchpad in your browser. (Example URL: https://[server]:
[port]/sap/bc/ui5_ui5/ui2/ushell/shells/abap/FioriLaunchpad.html)

176On the home screen, choose Show Groups at the upper left corner. A panel with all available
groups appears on the left-hand side.
177Choose the group you have created for this app, for example, SAP Smart Business Contract
Usage. All tiles you have configured for this app appear under this group.
178If you have defined generic drill-down or custom drill-down for a tile, you can click the tile,
which brings you to the drill-down app.

If it is a generic drill-down, you can view the following information based on your
configuration:
If you have enabled KPI Header Details, you can view the warning and critical
information prefilled from the KPI evaluation defined. You can also view a trend chart if
you have enabled and defined time series.
If you have enabled the filter functionality, you can find your specified filters which you
can use to filter the views below.
The views you have defined will also be displayed. If you have defined multiple views,
you can use the dropdown box to switch between them.

If it is a custom drill-down, you will be directed to a custom program that has been created.
See also Business Process Description: Smart Business Apps based on SAP HANA Live
(H10)

Configuration for Baseline

KPI Definition
1

Launch KPI modeler in your browser. (Example URL: https://[server]:


[port]/sap/bc/ui5_ui5/sap/ca_kpi/modeler/index.html)

179Choose the action menu in the bottom left corner. In the pop-up list, choose Add KPI.
180On the Add New KPI screen, create the following entries:
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Field Name

User Action and Values

Mandatory Field

KPI Code

Technical ID, for example, ZCUKPI

KPI Title

The KPI Title later appears in the launchpad.

Semantic Object

A Semantic Object is not needed

Improvement
Direction

Indicates which kind of value of KPI is


meaningful for the application
(Maximizing/Minimizing/Target): Minimizing

Value Type

Number

OData Path

Path of the XSOData service file:


/sap/hba/r/ecc/odata/mm/pur/
PurchaseContractQueries.xsodata

Entity Set

Name of the OData Entity Set:

PurchaseContractUtilization
Measure

Provide measure from Entity Set:

ReleasedAmtInPct
181Choose Save and Continue.

Add Evaluation
1

Select the Evaluations button and select Add Evaluation.


On the Add Evaluation screen, you can create or apply a variant, maintain parameters,
thresholds, trends, and set authorizations for users.
Field Name

User Action and Values

Variant ID

Technical code, for example, ZCUEVCALUATION

Variant Title

Contract Usage

Filter Settings

Define a filter, for example, a specific purchasing organization.


Verify that the respective value exists in the backend system.

Input Parameters

You need to provide values for all defined input parameters from
the Entity Set, for example, client. Check if the values exist in
the backend system.

Add filter to:

SAP Client, for example, 120


Purchasing Organisation, for example, 1000

Add Input Parameter

P_SAPClient, for example, 120


P_EvaluationTimeFrameInDays, for example, 365
P_DisplayCurrency, for example, USD

182Choose Next to go to the screen and enter the Evaluation Text:

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Field Name

User Action and Values

Evaluation Text

For example, Contract Usage


The Evaluation Text later appears on the tile in the launchpad.

Scaling Factor

Select the appropriate scaling factor based on the expected KPI


value.

Decimal

Choose the appropriate decimal format, for example, 00.00

Unit

For example, %

183Choose Next to go to the screen and enter the threshold:#


Field Name

User Action and Values

Target

Define a target, for example, 50

Improvement
Direction

For Improvement Direction Minimize, the attributes below can be


maintained (optional).

Warning High

Indicates threshold value for KPI (is displayed yellow)

Critical High

Indicates threshold value for KPI (is displayed red)

If your KPI is a minimizing KPI with target value 50, you have set the Warning High
to 100 and the Critical High to 350. This means, if the KPI value exceeds 100, the
color code with which it is displayed is yellow. If the value exceeds 350, it is displayed
red.
184Choose Next.
185On the Apply Trend screen, choose Activate and authorize. Select the users who should be
able to use this KPI.
186Choose Finish.
187Activate the KPI.
Go back to the home screen of the KPI modeler. Enter the KPI name in the Search field in the
right upper corner and press Enter.
Click the KPI tile. To activate the KPI, choose Activate.
188To create visualization and tile type, open the menu to access Explore Visualizations in the
lower left corner.
189Select Explore Visualizations.
Visualization can only be added for active KPIs and evaluations.
190On the Manage Visualizations screen, select the corresponding evaluation on the left side of
the screen.
191Choose Add Tile in the lower right corner.
192In the Tile Type field, enter KPI Tile.
193Select a tile format.

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Tile Type: for example, KPI Tile

Tile Format: for example, Numeric Tile

194Choose OK.

Drill-Down Definition
1

Choose Drill Down and choose Configure Details in the lower right corner.
On the Drill Down definition screen, create the following settings:

Field Name

User Action and Values

Show As

For example, Chart and Table

Default View

For example, Chart

Select Type

For example, Bar

View Name

Analyze Contract Usage

Order By

By Measure- Descending

Select Measures:
ReleaseAmmountInPct

Select Dimensions:
Client
Purchasing Organization
Limit records to 10

195Activate KPI Header Details and Activate Filter by setting the switches to ON.
196To define the Header Details, choose KPI Header Details. Select Purchase Contract and
select the filter dimensions: choose Vendor, Purchase Contract.
197Save your drill-down configuration and leave the KPI modeler.
198Display SAP Smart Business KPI in the Fiori launchpad:
1

Log on to the launchpad with the user that you assigned to the KPI.

37. Open the groups menu and create your own group (optional)
38. Open the tile catalog (make sure you have the necessary roles assigned to your user).
39. Search your tile with the KPI title you used during creation.
40. You can add tiles to your Fiori launchpad:
o

If you choose the + button. The tiles are added to My Home.

If you drag and drop the tiles to a specific group.


If you navigate back, the tile will appear on the launchpad start page.

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For more information, refer to the following configuration guides:
service.sap.com/rds-shl Find the content library:
Configuration Guide: HANA Model Configuration Smart Business Apps (H70)
Configuration Guide: Smart Business Apps based on HANA Live Configuration (H71)
Configuration Guide: SAP Smart Business for Purchasing based on HANA Live
(H77)

SAP Smart Business App Off Contract Spend

Description

With Off-Contract Spend, you can analyze the total spend amount in relation to purchase orders
that do not have a contract reference. For some items, no negotiated pricing or blanket purchase
agreement is in place when they are purchased. These items are defined as non-contract
purchases. You can use this KPI to measure the percentage of purchases made without any
contract being in place. This is important so that you can keep the rate of off-contract spend low.

Key Features

Query view: sap.hba.eccPurchasingSpendOffContractQuery

Calculation rule: To determine the percentage of your purchasing spend that has no contract
reference within a specific time frame, the total net amount of purchase order items made without
a contract reference is compared to the total net amount of purchase order items.

Business Purpose of SAP Smart Business App Off


Contract Spend

You may use this app for the following scope item:
Procurement Contract (133)

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1

How to Access and Use the App


Open Fiori launchpad in your browser. (Example URL: https://[server]:
[port]/sap/bc/ui5_ui5/ui2/ushell/shells/abap/FioriLaunchpad.html)

199On the home screen, choose Show Groups at the upper left corner. A panel with all available
groups appears on the left-hand side.
200Choose the group you have created for this app, for example, SAP Smart Business Contract
Usage. All tiles you have configured for this app appear under this group.
201If you have defined generic drill-down or custom drill-down for a tile, you can click the tile,
which brings you to the drill-down app.
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If it is a generic drill-down, you can view the following information based on your
configuration:
If you have enabled KPI Header Details, you can view the warning and critical
information prefilled from the KPI evaluation defined. You can also view a trend chart if
you have enabled and defined time series.
If you have enabled the filter functionality, you can find your specified filters which you
can use to filter the views below.
The views you have defined will also be displayed. If you have defined multiple views,
you can use the dropdown box to switch between them.

If it is a custom drill-down, you will be directed to a custom program that has been created.
See also Business Process Description: Smart Business Apps based on SAP HANA Live
(H10)

Configuration for Baseline

KPI Definition
1

Launch KPI modeler in your browser. (Example URL: https://[server]:


[port]/sap/bc/ui5_ui5/sap/ca_kpi/modeler/index.html)

202Choose the action menu in the bottom left corner. In the pop-up list, choose Add KPI.
203On the Add New KPI screen, create the following entries:
Field Name

User Action and Values

Mandatory Field

KPI Code

Technical ID, for example, ZOCSKPI

KPI Title

The KPI Title later appears in the launchpad.

Semantic Object

A Semantic Object is not needed

Improvement
Direction

Indicates which kind of value of KPI is


meaningful for the application
(Maximizing/Minimizing/Target): Minimizing

Value Type

Percentage

OData Path

Path of the XSOData service file:


/sap/hba/r/ecc/odata/mm/pur/
PurchaseContractQueries.xsodata

Entity Set

Name of the OData Entity Set:

PurchasingSpendOffContract
Measure

Provide measure from Entity Set:

NonContractPurchaseRateInPct
204Choose Save and Continue.

Add Evaluation
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1

Select the Evaluations button and select Add Evaluation.


On the Add Evaluation screen, you can create or apply a variant, maintain parameters,
thresholds, trends, and set authorizations for users.
Field Name

User Action and Values

Variant ID

Technical code, for example, ZOCSEVCALUATION

Variant Title

Off Contract Spend

Filter Settings

Define a filter, for example, a specific purchasing organization.


Verify that the respective value exists in the backend system.

Input Parameters

You need to provide values for all defined input parameters from
the Entity Set, for example, client. Check if the values exist in
the backend system.

Add filter to:

SAP Client, for example, 120

Add Input Parameter

P_SAPClient, for example, 120


P_ HorizonForSelectionInDays, for example, 365
P_DisplayCurrency, for example, USD

205Choose Next to go to the screen and enter the Evaluation Text:


Field Name

User Action and Values

Evaluation Text

For example, Off Contract Spend


The Evaluation Text later appears on the tile in the launchpad.

Scaling Factor

Select the appropriate scaling factor based on the expected KPI


value.

Decimal

Choose the appropriate decimal format, for example, 00.00

Unit

For example, %

206Choose Next to go to the screen and enter the threshold:#


Field Name

User Action and Values

Target

Define a target, for example, 50

Improvement
Direction

For Improvement Direction Minimize, the attributes below can be


maintained (optional).

Warning High

Indicates threshold value for KPI (is displayed yellow)

Critical High

Indicates threshold value for KPI (is displayed red)

If your KPI is a minimizing KPI with target value 50, you have set the Warning High
to 100 and the Critical High to 350. This means, if the KPI value exceeds 100, the
color code with which it is displayed is yellow. If the value exceeds 350, it is displayed
red.
207Choose Next.

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208On the Apply Trend screen, choose Activate and authorize. Select the users who should be
able to use this KPI.
209Choose Finish.
210Activate the KPI.
Go back to the home screen of the KPI modeler. Enter the KPI name in the Search field in the
right upper corner and press Enter.
Click the KPI tile. To activate the KPI, choose Activate.
211To create visualization and tile type, open the menu to access Explore Visualizations in the
lower left corner.
212Select Explore Visualizations.
Visualization can only be added for active KPIs and evaluations.
213On the Manage Visualizations screen, select the corresponding evaluation on the left side of
the screen.
214Choose Add Tile in the lower right corner.
215In the Tile Type field, enter KPI Tile.
216Select a tile format.

Tile Type: for example, KPI Tile

Tile Format: for example, Numeric Tile

217Choose OK.

Drill-Down Definition
1

Choose Drill Down and choose Configure Details in the lower right corner.
On the Drill Down definition screen, create the following settings:

Field Name

User Action and Values

Show As

For example, Chart and Table

Default View

For example, Chart

Select Type

For example, Bar

View Name

Analyze Contract Usage

Order By

By Measure- Descending

Select Measures:
NonPurchaseRateInPct

Select Dimensions:
Material Name
YearMonth
Vendor

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CreatedByUser
Limit records to 10
218Activate KPI Header Details and Activate Filter by setting the switches to ON.
219To define the Header Details, choose KPI Header Details. Select Vendor and select the filter
dimension: choose Material.
220Save your drill-down configuration and leave the KPI modeler.
221Display SAP Smart Business KPI in the Fiori launchpad:
1

Log on to the launchpad with the user that you assigned to the KPI.

41. Open the groups menu and create your own group (optional)
42. Open the tile catalog (make sure you have the necessary roles assigned to your user).
43. Search your tile with the KPI title you used during creation.
44. You can add tiles to your Fiori launchpad:
o

If you choose the + button. The tiles are added to My Home.

If you drag and drop the tiles to a specific group.


If you navigate back, the tile will appear on the launchpad start page.

For more information, refer to the following configuration guides:


service.sap.com/rds-shl Find the content library:
Configuration Guide: HANA Model Configuration Smart Business Apps (H70)
Configuration Guide: Smart Business Apps based on HANA Live Configuration (H71)
Configuration Guide: SAP Smart Business for Purchasing based on HANA Live
(H77)

SAP Smart Business App Contract Expiry

Description

With Contract Expiry, you can identify purchase contracts that will expire within a specific time
frame. You can use this app to find the following:

The number of expiring contracts

The released amount in the display currency of the expired contracts

Key Features

Query view: sap.hba.ecc.PurchaseContractExpiryQuery

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Calculation rule: Within the given time frame the expiring contracts are retrieved. The expiring
contracts must be valid on the current date and must expire before the end of the evaluation time
frame. For these contracts, all released amounts are aggregated.

Business Purpose

You may use this app for the following scope item:

Procurement Contract (133)

4
1

How to Access and Use the App


Open Fiori launchpad in your browser. (Example URL: https://[server]:
[port]/sap/bc/ui5_ui5/ui2/ushell/shells/abap/FioriLaunchpad.html)

222On the home screen, choose Show Groups at the upper left corner. A panel with all available
groups appears on the left-hand side.
223Choose the group you have created for this app, for example, SAP Smart Business Contract
Usage. All tiles you have configured for this app appear under this group.
224If you have defined generic drill-down or custom drill-down for a tile, you can click the tile,
which brings you to the drill-down app.

If it is a generic drill-down, you can view the following information based on your
configuration:
If you have enabled KPI Header Details, you can view the warning and critical
information prefilled from the KPI evaluation defined. You can also view a trend chart if
you have enabled and defined time series.
If you have enabled the filter functionality, you can find your specified filters which you
can use to filter the views below.
The views you have defined will also be displayed. If you have defined multiple views,
you can use the dropdown box to switch between them.

If it is a custom drill-down, you will be directed to a custom program that has been created.
See also Business Process Description: Smart Business Apps based on SAP HANA Live
(H10)

Configuration for Baseline

KPI Definition
1

Launch KPI modeler in your browser. (Example URL: https://[server]:


[port]/sap/bc/ui5_ui5/sap/ca_kpi/modeler/index.html)

225Choose the action menu in the bottom left corner. In the pop-up list, choose Add KPI.
226On the Add New KPI screen, create the following entries:

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Field Name

User Action and Values

Mandatory Field

KPI Code

Technical ID, for example, ZOCSKPI

KPI Title

The KPI Title later appears in the launchpad.

Semantic Object

A Semantic Object is not needed

Improvement
Direction

Indicates which kind of value of KPI is


meaningful for the application
(Maximizing/Minimizing/Target): Minimizing

Value Type

Percentage

OData Path

Path of the XSOData service file:


/sap/hba/r/ecc/odata/mm/pur/
PurchaseContractQueries.xsodata

Entity Set

Name of the OData Entity Set:

PurchaseContractExpiry
Measure

Provide measure from Entity Set:

NmbrOfExpiringContracts
227Choose Save and Continue.

Add Evaluation
1

Select the Evaluations button and select Add Evaluation.


On the Add Evaluation screen, you can create or apply a variant, maintain parameters,
thresholds, trends, and set authorizations for users.
Field Name

User Action and Values

Variant ID

Technical code, for example, ZCEEVCALUATION

Variant Title

Contract Expiry

Filter Settings

Define a filter, for example, a specific purchasing organization.


Verify that the respective value exists in the backend system.

Input Parameters

You need to provide values for all defined input parameters from
the Entity Set, for example, client. Check if the values exist in
the backend system.

Add filter to:

SAP Client, for example, 120


EvaluationTimeFrameInDays, for example, 300

Add Input Parameter

P_SAPClient, for example, 120


P_ EvaluationTimeFrameInDays, for example, 300
P_DisplayCurrency, for example, USD

228Choose Next to go to the screen and enter the Evaluation Text:

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Field Name

User Action and Values

Evaluation Text

For example, Contract Expiry


The Evaluation Text later appears on the tile in the launchpad.

Scaling Factor

Select the appropriate scaling factor based on the expected KPI


value.

Decimal

Choose the appropriate decimal format, for example, 00.00

Unit

For example, %

229Choose Next to go to the screen and enter the threshold:#


Field Name

User Action and Values

Target

Define a target, for example, 50

Improvement
Direction

For Improvement Direction Minimize, the attributes below can be


maintained (optional).

Warning High

Indicates threshold value for KPI (is displayed yellow)

Critical High

Indicates threshold value for KPI (is displayed red)

If your KPI is a minimizing KPI with target value 50, you have set the Warning High
to 100 and the Critical High to 350. This means, if the KPI value exceeds 100, the
color code with which it is displayed is yellow. If the value exceeds 350, it is displayed
red.
230Choose Next.
231On the Apply Trend screen, choose Activate and authorize. Select the users who should be
able to use this KPI.
232Choose Finish.
233Activate the KPI.
Go back to the home screen of the KPI modeler. Enter the KPI name in the Search field in the
right upper corner and press Enter.
Click the KPI tile. To activate the KPI, choose Activate.
234To create visualization and tile type, open the menu to access Explore Visualizations in the
lower left corner.
235Select Explore Visualizations.
Visualization can only be added for active KPIs and evaluations.
236On the Manage Visualizations screen, select the corresponding evaluation on the left side of
the screen.
237Choose Add Tile in the lower right corner.
238In the Tile Type field, enter KPI Tile.
239Select a tile format.

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Tile Type: for example, KPI Tile

Tile Format: for example, Numeric Tile

240Choose OK.

Drill-Down Definition
1

Choose Drill Down and choose Configure Details in the lower right corner.
On the Drill Down definition screen, create the following settings:

Field Name

User Action and Values

Show As

For example, Chart and Table

Default View

For example, Chart

Select Type

For example, Bar

View Name

Analyze Contract Usage

Order By

By Measure- Descending

Select Measures:
NumberOfExpiringContracts

Select Dimensions:
Vendor
Material
Validity Start Date
Validity End Date
Limit records to 10

241Activate KPI Header Details and Activate Filter by setting the switches to ON.
242To define the Header Details, choose KPI Header Details. Select Vendor and select the filter
dimension: choose Material.
243Save your drill-down configuration and leave the KPI modeler.
244Display SAP Smart Business KPI in the Fiori launchpad:
1

Log on to the launchpad with the user that you assigned to the KPI.

45. Open the groups menu and create your own group (optional)
46. Open the tile catalog (make sure you have the necessary roles assigned to your user).
47. Search your tile with the KPI title you used during creation.
48. You can add tiles to your Fiori launchpad:
o

If you choose the + button. The tiles are added to My Home.

If you drag and drop the tiles to a specific group.


If you navigate back, the tile will appear on the launchpad start page.

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For more information, refer to the following configuration guides:


service.sap.com/rds-shl Find the content library:
Configuration Guide: HANA Model Configuration Smart Business Apps (H70)
Configuration Guide: Smart Business Apps based on HANA Live Configuration (H71)
Configuration Guide: SAP Smart Business for Purchasing based on HANA Live
(H77)

SAP Smart Business App Unused Contracts

Description

With Unused Contracts, you can identify contracts for which a release has not taken place within
a specific time frame. With this app, you can find the following:

The released amount of the unused contracts in the display currency

The IDs of all unused contracts

Key Features

Query view: sap.hba.ecc.PurchaseContractAgeQuery


Calculation rule: To find out which and how many purchase contracts have not been used in a
specific time frame, set the parameter value for the evaluation time frame to the required number
of days. As a result, you see all purchase contracts that were not used within this time frame.

Business Purpose of SAP Smart Business App Unused


Contracts

You may consider using this app for the following scope item:

Procurement Contract (133)

4
1

How to Access and Use the App


Open Fiori launchpad in your browser. (Example URL: https://[server]:
[port]/sap/bc/ui5_ui5/ui2/ushell/shells/abap/FioriLaunchpad.html)

245On the home screen, choose Show Groups at the upper left corner. A panel with all available
groups appears on the left-hand side.
246Choose the group you have created for this app, for example, SAP Smart Business Contract
Usage. All tiles you have configured for this app appear under this group.
247If you have defined generic drill-down or custom drill-down for a tile, you can click the tile,
which brings you to the drill-down app.

If it is a generic drill-down, you can view the following information based on your
configuration:

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If you have enabled KPI Header Details, you can view the warning and critical
information prefilled from the KPI evaluation defined. You can also view a trend chart if
you have enabled and defined time series.
If you have enabled the filter functionality, you can find your specified filters which you
can use to filter the views below.
The views you have defined will also be displayed. If you have defined multiple views,
you can use the dropdown box to switch between them.

If it is a custom drill-down, you will be directed to a custom program that has been created.
See also Business Process Description: Smart Business Apps based on SAP HANA Live
(H10)

Configuration for Baseline

KPI Definition
1

Launch KPI modeler in your browser. (Example URL: https://[server]:


[port]/sap/bc/ui5_ui5/sap/ca_kpi/modeler/index.html)

248Choose the action menu in the bottom left corner. In the pop-up list, choose Add KPI.
249On the Add New KPI screen, create the following entries:
Field Name

User Action and Values

Mandatory Field

KPI Code

Technical ID, for example, ZUCKPI

KPI Title

The KPI Title later appears in the launchpad.

Semantic Object

A Semantic Object is not needed

Improvement
Direction

Indicates which kind of value of KPI is


meaningful for the application
(Maximizing/Minimizing/Target): Minimizing

Value Type

Percentage

OData Path

Path of the XSOData service file:


/sap/hba/r/ecc/odata/mm/pur/
PurchaseContractQueries.xsodata

Entity Set

Name of the OData Entity Set:

PurchaseContractAge
Measure

Provide measure from Entity Set:

NumberOfContracts
250Choose Save and Continue.

Add Evaluation
1

Select the Evaluations button and select Add Evaluation.

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On the Add Evaluation screen, you can create or apply a variant, maintain parameters,
thresholds, trends, and set authorizations for users.
Field Name

User Action and Values

Variant ID

Technical code, for example, ZUCEVCALUATION

Variant Title

Unused Contracts

Filter Settings

Define a filter, for example, a specific purchasing organization.


Verify that the respective value exists in the backend system.

Input Parameters

You need to provide values for all defined input parameters from
the Entity Set, for example, client. Check if the values exist in
the backend system.

Add filter to:

SAP Client, for example, 120

Add Input Parameter

P_SAPClient, for example, 120


P_ EvaluationTimeFrameInDays, for example, 300
P_DisplayCurrency, for example, USD

251Choose Next to go to the screen and enter the Evaluation Text:


Field Name

User Action and Values

Evaluation Text

For example, Unused Contracts


The Evaluation Text later appears on the tile in the launchpad.

Scaling Factor

Select the appropriate scaling factor based on the expected KPI


value.

Decimal

Choose the appropriate decimal format, for example, 00.00

Unit

For example, Number

252Choose Next to go to the screen and enter the threshold:#


Field Name

User Action and Values

Target

Define a target, for example, 50

Improvement
Direction

For Improvement Direction Minimize, the attributes below can be


maintained (optional).

Warning High

Indicates threshold value for KPI (is displayed yellow)

Critical High

Indicates threshold value for KPI (is displayed red)

If your KPI is a minimizing KPI with target value 50, you have set the Warning High
to 100 and the Critical High to 350. This means, if the KPI value exceeds 100, the
color code with which it is displayed is yellow. If the value exceeds 350, it is displayed
red.
253Choose Next.
254On the Apply Trend screen, choose Activate and authorize. Select the users who should be
able to use this KPI.
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255Choose Finish.
256Activate the KPI.
Go back to the home screen of the KPI modeler. Enter the KPI name in the Search field in the
right upper corner and press Enter.
Click the KPI tile. To activate the KPI, choose Activate.
257To create visualization and tile type, open the menu to access Explore Visualizations in the
lower left corner.
258Select Explore Visualizations.
Visualization can only be added for active KPIs and evaluations.
259On the Manage Visualizations screen, select the corresponding evaluation on the left side of
the screen.
260Choose Add Tile in the lower right corner.
261In the Tile Type field, enter KPI Tile.
262Select a tile format.

Tile Type: for example, KPI Tile

Tile Format: for example, Numeric Tile

263Choose OK.

Drill-Down Definition
1

Choose Drill Down and choose Configure Details in the lower right corner.
On the Drill Down definition screen, create the following settings:
Field Name

User Action and Values

Show As

For example, Chart and Table

Default View

For example, Chart

Select Type

For example, Bar

View Name

Analyze Contract Usage

Order By

By Measure- Descending

10 Select Measures:
NumberOfContracts
11 Select Dimensions:
Vendor
Material
EvaluationTimeFrameInDays
Limit records to 10
264Activate KPI Header Details and Activate Filter by setting the switches to ON.
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265To define the Header Details, choose KPI Header Details. Select Material and select the filter
dimension: choose Material, Vendor.
266Save your drill-down configuration and leave the KPI modeler.
267Display SAP Smart Business KPI in the Fiori launchpad:
1

Log on to the launchpad with the user that you assigned to the KPI.

49. Open the groups menu and create your own group (optional)
50. Open the tile catalog (make sure you have the necessary roles assigned to your user).
51. Search your tile with the KPI title you used during creation.
52. You can add tiles to your Fiori launchpad:
o

If you choose the + button. The tiles are added to My Home.

If you drag and drop the tiles to a specific group.


If you navigate back, the tile will appear on the launchpad start page.

For more information, refer to the following configuration guides:


service.sap.com/rds-shl Find the content library:
Configuration Guide: HANA Model Configuration Smart Business Apps (H70)
Configuration Guide: Smart Business Apps based on HANA Live Configuration (H71)
Configuration Guide: SAP Smart Business for Purchasing based on HANA Live
(H77)

6 Fact Sheets for MM


The following wave 2 fact sheets can enhance the MM Baseline scope items:

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Fact Sheet

Examples for Baseline scope items

Supplier Invoice

130, 133,136, 208, 209, 139, 138

Purchase Order

129, 130, 133, 134, 136, 208, 209, 138

Purchase Requisition Item

130, 133, 134, 127, 138

Purchase Contract

133

Purchasing Info Record

129, 130, 133, 134, 136, 208, 209, 138

Supplier

129, 130, 133, 134, 136, 208, 209, 138

Service Entry Sheet

129, 209

Goods Issue

130, 131,134,136,208,127,138,139,135

Goods Receipt

130, 131,134,136,208,127,138,139,135

Material Movement

130, 131,134,136,208,127,138,139,135

Physical Inventory

137, 130, 131,134,136,208,127,138,139,135

Procedure
1

Log on to the Fiori launchpad using your user account:


http(s)://<webdispatcher-server host>:<webdispatcherport>/sap/bc/ui5_ui5/ui2/ushell/shells/abap/FioriLaunchpad.html

268Choose the Search field in the Fiori launchpad. Enter the number of the master data object or
document you are looking for.
269Press Enter. A list of search results is displayed.
270Choose the row which contains the object you are searching.
271You can navigate within the factsheet.

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