Sap SD Configuration is one of the most significant topics that all the individuals who want to join Sap SD jobs should know. It is because this sales and distribution configuration of Sap can make the flow of a business process fast and more efficient. This configuration process covers the different components of a business process. It has specific set of configuration for the billing process where the focus is more on the financial concerns of a certain business. This sales and distribution configuration of Sap has something to do also with the sales requirements of a business process. The configuration process in the sales has something to do with the type of orders that can be accepted in a certain business.
Sap SD Configuration is not limited to the billing and sales requirements of a business process. It is because the delivery process is also covered by its configuration process. However, the most important part of this configuration process can be found in the pricing procedures. In Sap sales and distribution, the configuration of pricing procedure is divided into four steps. The first step in configuring a pricing procedure is to accomplish a condition table.
In the process of pricing procedure configuration, it is necessary always to find out if the condition table has successfully met the standard requirement for its construction. In a newly constructed condition table, the Sap SD configuration must be executed through a SPRO method. SPRO starts with IMG to sales and distribution. When the needed set of data for the IMG and SD are already complete, the configuration process will jump to the desired basic function and pricing control until such time that the contents of the reports are already similar to what the condition table has. In this first step of configuration, the condition record must be properly stored.
The second step in performing Sap SD Configuration for pricing procedure is to create an access sequence. New access sequence is no longer needed if the old access sequence is already complete with the necessary requirement in this stage of configuration. The flow of the configuration in the second step remains the same. It also uses SPRO method that starts in the IMG and ends up in the pricing control. An access sequence must be composed of tables or accesses. The order priority from which the access sequence will be accessed must be present in the expected output of this step. The conditions table must be assigned to the access sequence.
In the third step of Sap SD Configuration for pricing procedure, the expected output is a condition type. Of course the flow of this step is also similar to the first and second step. To complete this step, a condition type must be created after the execution of SPRO method. Then, access sequence must be assigned to the new condition type when the step is already complete. Please take note that in the third step of configuration, the existing condition types that are similar to the target type must be collected also but some revisions in the properties must be created. When the condition type is ready, the remaining fourth and fifth step will be allotted for the preparation of the pricing procedure and a condition record to finalize the process.