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). 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. 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. Contract The contract is a draft contract, and they do not contain delivery dates for the equipment. So how do you see the difference between SAP® whether it`s a normal order or a framework agreement – and, if so, what kind of agreement? Experienced SAP users® among you will of course cite the LaPi Site, which is quite true. Nevertheless, it is worth having a more detailed look. A share order is an order (or order request from which an order is generated) with a reference to a framework agreement.