Orders to unlock value and quantity contracts are included in a separate table called EKAB. SAP® SE16 transaction can be used to display items. The screenshot below shows the release commands in the EAKB table, filtered by “our” quantity contract 46000000062 of the first example. Futures agreements, on the other hand, are based more on quantities and, in addition, on concrete quantities of delivery on certain delivery dates (we are talking about dates). Quite simply, these are more restrictive quantitative contracts – but in the analysis of the data in SAP® they appear separately with their own category of supporting documents in relation to volume or value contracts. But later. This blog explains how to identify framework agreement sharing contracts in SAP® with SAP® transactions such as SE16 and ME33K, and how the process is recorded from a data perspective – that is, on attributes in EKKO/EKPO and in the EKAB information documentation table. It turned out that an authorization order is usually registered as soon as the order refers to it, regardless of the receipt of the goods and invoices. As I have said before, I will now look at the mandates to unblock the framework agreement. First, I will briefly explain how they are looking for sap® before moving on to the data situation. In detail, this includes logging sharing operations at the table level. From a risk perspective, the theme of the framework agreements offers a number of fascinating starting points, including: the relevant order number and its relationship to the corresponding framework agreement (specifically the contractual position, consisting of the voucher number and the reference post) are documented. We can now see how four command positions relate to our contractual position, but only one has resulted in a sharing order – the first three items have the L deletion mark as an attribute.
It contains only one element. After you mark this item, you can click on the graphic icon to see the statistics in the release order. This shows how many release mandates have already been placed for a framework agreement (specifically for a framework agreement position) and, if so, the remaining amount. Contracts are often superior in nature. This may be the case with SAP® because the buying organization is essential (and the work that may be related to the purchase organization). The purchase organization is shown in the EKKO table for each agreement (field: EKKO_EKORG). However, in high-demand structures, large contracts (for example. B the purchase of laptops throughout the company) are negotiated centrally and can then be used in a decentralized manner. In this case, it is possible to cooperate with near-superior purchasing organizations, which are attached to decentralized purchasing organizations as a reference purchasing organization. They can then use and consult framework agreements established under the reference purchasing agency. From the data analyst`s perspective, you will find in table T024Z the allocation of purchasing organizations (field: T024Z_EKORG) to possible business reference organizations (field: T024Z_EKORZ).