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how to find number of sales ordered for customers made

Former Member
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Dear All,

Is there a standard way in SAP to know, how many Sales Orders of a particular type did customers ordered in a certain time period.

I wanted to know ? Which customer orders most orders and who ordered least.

Thanks & Regards

Venkat

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rmazzali
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maybe there is somenthing in S001 and S003 (tcode MCTA, MCTC, MCTE double click on the indicators) if your SIS is active. For sure there are the number of items.

You cal also configure your own structure for this

ROberto

Former Member
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Hi,

Try with VA05- list of sales orders. Further u can select the "Further Selection Criteria" and use. This will help u.

chan

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Dear All,

Thanks for your quick replies. I am closing this thread.

Alloting points to all of you guys

Regards

Venkat

Former Member
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Altenatively, you can do it in VA05 transaction.

Award me points if you find my answer is useful please.

Former Member
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Hi Venkat,

Go to [SE16]. Enter the table name as VBAK. Enter the Sales Document Type and time period in the selection screen and execute the query. Save the output into a excel sheet using System -> List -> Save -> Local File.

In excel, you can sort and group the data as per your requiremet.

Regards

Nadarajah Pratheb