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SD flow

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Hi,

Please tell me SD flow.

Thanks in advance.

Aravind.,

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SD:

Inquiry -> Quotation ->Sales Order ->Delivery ->Invoice ->Return -> Credit memo

VA01 Create Sales/Returns Order

VA02 Change Order

VA03 Display Sales Order

VA11 Create Inquiry

VA12 Change Inquiry

VA13 Display Inquiry

VA21 Create Quotation

VA22 Change Quotation

VA23 Display Quotation

VA41 Create Contract

VA41 Change Contract

VA43 Display Contract

VF01 Create Billing Document

VF02 Change Billing Document

VF03 Display Billing Document

VF11 Cancel Billing Document

VF21 Create Invoice List

VF22 Change Invoice List

VF22 Display Invoice List

VK11 Maintain Pricing

VK15 Create Condition Records, Transaction used to enter multiple sales conditions (most will be entered here)

VL01N Create Delivery

VL02N Change Delivery

VL03N Display Delivery

Also check...

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Ramesh Babu Chirumamilla

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Former Member
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SD:

Inquiry -> Quotation ->Sales Order ->Delivery ->Invoice ->Return -> Credit memo

VA01 Create Sales/Returns Order

VA02 Change Order

VA03 Display Sales Order

VA11 Create Inquiry

VA12 Change Inquiry

VA13 Display Inquiry

VA21 Create Quotation

VA22 Change Quotation

VA23 Display Quotation

VA41 Create Contract

VA41 Change Contract

VA43 Display Contract

VF01 Create Billing Document

VF02 Change Billing Document

VF03 Display Billing Document

VF11 Cancel Billing Document

VF21 Create Invoice List

VF22 Change Invoice List

VF22 Display Invoice List

VK11 Maintain Pricing

VK15 Create Condition Records, Transaction used to enter multiple sales conditions (most will be entered here)

VL01N Create Delivery

VL02N Change Delivery

VL03N Display Delivery

Also check...

Message was edited by:

Ramesh Babu Chirumamilla

amit_khare
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Hi,

You may go through this link and will find information for all SAP modules there.

It will save you from making mulitple posts.

<a href="http://www.sap-img.com">http://www.sap-img.com</a>

Still, here are some of the important tables for SD module.

SALES AND DISTRIBUTION TABLES

KONV Conditions for Transaction Data

KONP Conditions for Items

LIKP Delivery Header Data

LIPS Delivery: Item data

VBAK Sales Document: Header Data

VBAP Sales Document: Item Data

VBBE Sales Requirements: Individual Records

VBEH Schedule line history

VBEP Sales Document: Schedule Line Data

VBFA Sales Document Flow

VBLB Sales document: Release order data

VBLK SD Document: Delivery Note Header

VBPA Sales Document: Partner

VBRK Billing: Header Data

VBRP Billing: Item Data

VBUK Sales Document: Header Status and Administrative Data

VBUP Sales Document: Item Status

VEKP Handling Unit - Header Table

VEPO Packing: Handling Unit Item (Contents)

VEPVG Delivery Due Index

Regards,

Amit

Dont forget to close the threads.

Sandeep_Kumar
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Hi,

First we start with Enquiry >Quotation>sales order/Contract>Delivery>Shipment->Billing Document/Invoice.

Hope this helps.

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Hi

1.ENQUIRY-------VL11

2.QUATATION---VL21

3.SALES ORDER---VAO1

4.DELIVERY--VLO1N

5.BILLING-------VFO1.

Regs

Manas Ranjan Panda

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Hi,

I will explain you in five simple Steps

1. Inquiry : VA11

2. Quotation: VA21

3. Sales Order : VA01

4. Billing : VF01

5. Invoice/ Delievery : VL01N

Thanks

Manju

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ferry_lianto
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Hi Aravind,

SD Process Flow:

The sales documents you create are individual documents but they can also form part of a chain of inter-related documents. For example, you may record a customer’s telephone inquiry in the system. The customer next requests a quotation, which you then create by referring to the inquiry. The customer later places an order on the basis of the quotation and you create a sales order with reference to the quotation. You ship the goods and bill the customer. After delivery of the goods, the customer claims credit for some damaged goods and you create a free-of-charge delivery with reference to the sales order. The entire chain of documents – the inquiry, the quotation, the sales order, the delivery, the invoice, and the subsequent delivery free of charge – creates a document flow or history. The flow of data from one document into another reduces manual activity and makes problem resolution easier. Inquiry and quotation management in the Sales Information System help you to plan and control your sales.

Transaction Codes:

Inquiry - VA11/VA12/VA13

Quotation - VA21/VA22/VA23

Sales Order - VA01/VA02/VA03

Delivery - VL01N/VL02N/VL03N

Billing/Invoicing - VF01/VF02/VF03

Also please check this links.

http://www.sapgenie.com/sapfunc/sd.htm

http://www.sap-basis-abap.com/sapsd.htm

http://www.sapgenie.com/abap/tables_sd.htm

Hope this will help.

Regards,

Ferry Lianto

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