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Sunday, November 9, 2008

SAP Transaction Codes in Project System (PS) - Project

As follows are the SAP standard transaction codes under Project in Project System Modules:

  • CJ20N - Project Builder

Project Planning Board

  • CJ27 - Create Project
  • CJ2B - Change Project
  • CJ2C - Display Project

Special Maintenance Functions

  • CJ2D - Create Project - Structure Planning
  • CJ20 - Change Project - Structure Planning
  • CJ2A - Display Project - Structure Planning
  • CJ01 - Create Work Breakdown Structure
  • CJ02 - Change Work Breakdown Structure
  • CJ03 - Display Work Breakdown Structure
  • CJ06 - Create Project Definition
  • CJ07 - Change Project Definition
  • CJ08 - Display Project Definition
  • CJ11 - Create Single WBS
  • CJ12 - Change Single WBS
  • CJ13 - Display Single WBS
  • CJSG - Generate WBS Element Group
  • KJH2 - Change WBS Element Group
  • KJH3 - Display WBS Element Group
  • OPUM - Subproject
  • CN21 - Create Network
  • CN22 - Change Network
  • CN23 - Display Network

Simulation

  • CJV1 - Create
  • CJV2 - Change
  • CJV3 - Display
  • CJV5 - Delete
  • CJV4 - Transfer Project
  • CJV7 - Logs
  • CJV6 - Administration Data
  • CM53 - Project Capacity Load Utilization
  • CM55 - Work Center Capacity Load Utilization
  • CM54 - Simulation

Project Version

  • CN72 - Create
  • CN71 - Create Using Structure Overview

Current Settings

  • OPS7 - Specify Applicants for WBS elements
  • OPS6 - Specify persons responsible for WBS elements

SAP Transaction Codes in Project System (PS) - Basic Data

As follows are the SAP standard transaction codes under Basic Data in Project System Module:

Templates
  • CJ91 - Create Standard WBS
  • CJ92 - Change Standard WBS
  • CJ93 - Display Standard WBS
  • CN01 - Create Standard Network
  • CN02 - Change Standard Network
  • CN03 - Display Standard Network
  • CN98 - Delete Standard Network
  • CU41 - Create Configuration Profile
  • CU42 - Change Configuration Profile
  • CU43 - Display Configuration Profile
  • CA88 - Work Center (Replace Functions)
  • CA78 - Production Resources and Tools (Replace Functions)
  • CN99 - Archive
  • CN11 - Create Standard Milestone
  • CN12 - Change Standard Milestone
  • CN13 - Display Standard Milestone
  • CN08 - Edit Network Parameters from Sales Order
  • CN09 - Display Network Parameters from Sales Order
  • CKCM - Models for Easy Cost Planning

Master Data

  • CNR1 - Create Work Center Master Record
  • CNR2 - Change Work Center Master Record
  • CNR3 - Display Work Center Master Record
  • CR11 - Create Work Center Capacity
  • CR12 - Change Work Center Capacity
  • CR13 - Display Work Center Capacity
  • CR21 - Create Work Center Hierarchy
  • CR22 - Change Work Center Hierarchy
  • CR23 - Display Work Center Hierarchy
  • CR05 - Work Center List
  • CR06 - Cost Center Assignment
  • CR07 - Work Center Capacity
  • CR08 - Work Center Hierarchy
  • CR10 - Change Documents
  • CA83 - Work Center Where-Used Selection
  • CR15 - Capacity: Where-Used
  • KK01 - Create Statistical Key Figures
  • KK02 - Change Statistical Key Figures
  • KK03 - Display Statistical Key Figures
  • KAK2 - List Maintenance Statistical Key Figures
  • KAK3 - List Display Statistical Key Figures
  • MM01 - Create Material
  • MM02 - Change Material
  • MM03 - Display Material
  • IE01 - Create Equipment
  • IE02 - Change Equipment
  • IE03 - Display Equipment
  • CF01 - Create Production Resources and Tools
  • CF02 - Change Production Resources and Tools
  • CF03 - Display Production Resources and Tools

Thursday, October 2, 2008

Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) - SAP Project System

What is a Work Breakdown Structure (WBS).

A work breakdown structure (WBS) is a model of the work to be performed in a project organized in a hierarchical structure. Is WBS important and useful to Project Managers? Well, it's really very important and useful to them. WBS is an important tool which helps you keep an overview of the project: a) It forms the basis for organization and coordination in the project;
b) It shows the amount of work, the time required, and the costs involved in the project;
c) It is the functional basis for further planning steps in a project, such as process planning, cost
planning, scheduling, date and capacity planning, or costing, as well as project control.

The project structure can be represented according to different criteria:
1. By phase (logic-oriented)
2. By function (function-oriented)
3. By object (object-oriented)

WBS is one of the hierarchy in SAP Project System.