SAP ABAP Programming Report on Multi Level Bill of Materials

This abap programming report in sap provides a list of all components in a bill of material (BOM). The BOM lists in an indented format to illustrate the hierarchical relationship among the assemblies and components. You can use this report to provide a quick display of the structure at any point to analyze a parent/child relationship and the potential impact of changes.

No prerequisites are required to run this report. The system provides several application codes (for example, transaction OS30) which are already configured to select and filter among any alternative BOMs for 1 the material. It is possible to add to these codes, or to modify the settings, but it is generally not necessary.

You can choose selection criteria based on the functional purpose (for example, inventory management), costing, production, etc. For example, if you choose to use Engineering Change Management (ECM) and a specific Engineering Change Number (ECN) is involved, the display may optionally be restricted to a given ECN.

From the display, you can view additional information about the item on the BOM, including any scrap factors, co-product indicator, offset lead-time, component discontinuation data, and ECNs.
In addition, you can branch from the first screen of the report and apply additional filters such as the item category, item status, and material provision indicators, as well as scrap calculations. You can choose menu options to branch to the material master of the component, as well as to the display of a where-used list for the component.

From the indented listing, you may print the results or view a graphical display of the BOM by choosing Goto → Graphics.Additionally, a given component may be selected and the following functions invoked:

1. Display of the general data view of BOM component, including scrap factors, co-product indicator, offset lead-time, component discontinuation and ECN (Goto → Item data). From this point it is possible to branch throughout the BOM display.
2. Display of the material master for the component (Environment → Detail)
3. Callup of a where-used list for the component (Environment → Where-used list)
4. Display of the selection criteria used to perform the display (Extras → Selection criteria)

To access the first screen for this report, choose Logistics → Production → Master data → Bills of material → Reporting → BOM explosion → Multi-level BOM.

1. Enter a material (for example, P-100) in Material.
2. Enter a plant (for example, 3000) in Plant.
3. Enter BEST in BOM application.
BEST is the German abbreviation for inventory management.
4. If required, enter a past or future effective date. TheValid from field will default to the current date. Leave the other fields blank unless a specific ECN number or revision level is required.
5. If Required quantity is left blank, it defaults to 1.
6. Choose Execute.

This screen lists each component in the BOM. If it is a subassembly, the components making up the subassembly are shown:
A Level number for the component within the BOM (numbering and indentation illustrate the parent/child relationship)
B Component number and description.
C Number of subassembly components needed to produce the desired components
D Item category (for example, L = stock item, D = document)
7. To find out where a given component might be used, position the cursor on the desired line and choose Environment → Where-used list.

1. Choose Edit → View to select additional filters or change settings. From this screen you can apply additional filters and restrictions before displaying the BOM.
2. Choose Execute.
This filter allows you to change the display of the previous example.

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SAP ABAP Programming Report on Shop Floor Info System

This sap abap programming report on shop floor info system covers about a subset of the LIS and provides tools to summarize and analyze data generated on the shop floor. The techniques range from summarized reports of key figures (for example, actual lead time in a work center) to automatic notification when user-defined thresholds are exceeded. These tools allow rapid identification of problem areas that need corrective action.

Standard analyses and some flexible analyses reports use predefined information structures which contain summarized data representing a particular measure of shop floor activity, such as quantities processed, run times, etc. Flexible Analyses allows you to use custom info structures, or combine existing structures with other data dictionary objects.

In addition, formulas may be defined in some cases. The Early Warning System (also known as Exception Analysis) requires advance creation of user-defined thresholds for exception reporting. Standard info system menus allow quick creation of such thresholds and periodic comparison jobs. Some analyses allow you to drill down by hierarchies and define additional hierarchies from info.

Depending on the method you choose, additional analysis is possible from the report, including drill down, ranking, key figure comparison, and branching to master data files. Additionally, the info system menu provides listings of orders based on a variety of selection criteria, as well as a review of missing parts on manufacturing orders. Finally, the menu provides specialized functions related to sales and operations planning.

The Planning menu gives you specialized functions related to Sales and Operations planning; these options are intended to provide updates to the database for flexible planning. Regardless of the method chosen, the resulting summary report may be saved, printed, or exported to a PC file. The format of the summary report varies depending on the method used and the object, characteristics, and key figures chosen. However, they will generally follow a row and column format, where rows represent characteristics and columns represent key figures. Note that exceptions defined in the Early Warning System may be applied on the first screen of most analyses.

To access the first screen for this report, choose Logistics → Production → Production control → Control → Info. systems → Shop floor info sys. → Standard analyses → Work center

1. Enter the plant number for analysis (for example, 1000) in Plant.
2. Enter a date range (for example, 09/1997 to 12/1997) in Month.
3. Choose Execute.
This screen shows summarized data for the plant. This simple display can be expanded.
4. Choose Choose key figures to display additional key figures.

The popup window lists additional key figures.
5. To understand the impact on lead time, three related key figures were added.
6. Choose Enter to continue.

This screen shows additional key figures. Data is still at the total plant level.
7. Click the Plant column to select it.
8. Select the Drill down by button.
9. Select Work center.

This screen shows data organized by work center to identify problem areas where you should take corrective action.
You can use several other features to refine your display, such as:
10. Column sorting: or
11. Graphics display:
12. Column width adjustment (double-click on the heading of any column)

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