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There are many new FPM forms as said by Robert Moeller (in his blog – Updates, including FP3, regarding consumer grade UI for SAP HCM – HR Renewal ) that were delivered in HR Renewal 1.0. Though SAP has given us some decent information (Copy Organizational Unit – Personnel & Organization – SAP Library ), this info pretty basic and technical(there is no way that one can view the actual form from this documentation). So I decided to put down all related information for this form (Copy Org Unit) into this blog.

Form Initiation


These Org Unit forms are usually initiated by HR Specialist or HR Administrators. HR Administrators can use one of the following options –

Forms Start Application –

This application allows HR Administrators to search for Org Units based on Org Unit ID, Org Unit Abbreviation or Org Unit Name. You can click on Action menu to initiate these OM forms. For more information about Forms Start Application, please refer my blog – New Start Application for HCM Process and Forms

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Maintain Master Data Application –


This application allows HR Administrators to maintain employee, position and Org unit information. You can locate this Org Unit using “Search” functionality. You can click on Action menu to initiate these OM forms. For more information about “Maintain Master Data” Application, please refer my blog – HR Renewal – Maintain Master Data Application.

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HR Administrators can also initiate these forms from landing page (from search functionality and Workforce Viewer).

Form Layout


This form allows us to copy any existing org Unit. The form is split into different sections (Groups in technical terms) like Validity (with Start and End dates) and Basic data (with fields from Infotype 1000,Infotype 1002 and Infotype 1003).

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