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peter_atkin
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The table below shows a generic master data load sequence.

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Master data

Where used

Finance data: chart of accounts, g/l accounts cost centres, profit centres, activity types, settlement, etc.

Most master data objects

Configuration data: ensure your system is configured correctly for your business processes

Most master data objects

Classes/characteristics

Equipment, functional locations, work centres, materials, task lists, etc.

Inspection characteristics

Task lists, order operations

Master Warranties

Equipment

Permits

Equipment, functional locations, orders

Partners

Equipment, functional locations, orders, notifications

Documents

Equipment, functional locations

HR masters

Work Centres

Work centres

Equipment, functional locations, orders, notifications

Materials

Equipment, functional locations, orders, notifications, BOMs

Functional locations

Orders, notifications, Task Lists, BOMs, maintenance items

Equipment (serial numbers)

Orders, notifications, Task Lists, BOMs, maintenance items

Measurement points

Equipment, functional locations

PRTs (equipment, material, etc.)

BOMs

Equipment, functional locations

Task Lists

Equipment, functional locations, orders

Maintenance items/plans

Maintenance plan schedule

Historical orders (if required)

Historical notifications (if required)

Historical Measurement documents (if required)

Services for Object Attachments

Equipment, functional locations, orders, notifications, plans, task lists

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