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Master Data is the data that is created centrally and is consistent & valid for all applications. It remains constant over time but it is to be updated on a regular basis. For e.g., Vendor is a type of master data that is used for creating purchase orders or contracts.Master data in SAP is used as a base for any transaction. If you are producing, transferring stock, selling, purchasing, doing physical inventory, whatever your activity may be, it requires certain master data to be maintained. SAP Master Data is of the following types 1) Material Master Data2) Customer Master Data3) Vendor Master Data4) Pricing/conditions Master Data5) Warehouse management Master Data (storage bin master data)The ones that are focused in SAP MM module are material master and purchasing info record.a. Basics of Master Datab. Significance of Master Datac. Usage of Master DataI. Material Masteri. What is Material Masterii. Viewsiii. Subscreensiv. Fieldsv. Maintenance of material data in the SAP systemvi. Prerequisites for creation of Material Master Recordvii. Creation of Material Master Recordviii. Changes to Material Master Recordix. Other end user activities in Material Masterx. Configuration of Material Mastera. Screen SequenceWhat is Screen SequenceSignificance and usage of Screen Sequenceb. Screen ReferenceWhat is Screen ReferenceCreating and using Screen Referencec. Field SelectionWhat is Field SelectionCriteria for defining field selectiond. Field ReferenceWhat is Field referenceCreating and using field referencese. Material TypeWhat is Material TypeUsage of Material Type in the SAP systemDefining and using Material Typesf. Assign Number Range to Material Typeg. Material Number formattingh. Material Groupsi. Purchasing Groupj. Purchase Value Keyk. Shipping InstructionII. Vendor Masteri. Who is a Vendorii. What is Vendor Master Recordiii. Division of Vendor Master dataGeneral DataCompany Code DataPurchasing Dataiv. Vendor Classificationv. Types of VendorRegular VendorOne-time VendorAccounting VendorPurchasing Vendor Central Vendorvi. Prerequisites for creating Vendor Master Recordvii. Vendor Account Group and its significanceviii. Creation of Vendor Master Recordix. Changing the Vendor Master Recordx. Other End user activities of Vendor Masterxi. Configuration of Vendor Mastera. Vendor Field SelectionWhat is Vendor field selectionSignificance of vendor field selectionCriteria for maintaining vendor field selectionb. Assignment of Number Rangesc. Screen selection for Vendor Master recordsd. Vendor Industriese. Terms of Payment
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