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Hello Friends.

I like to share how to create objects (org. units, positions, jobs) step wise. Am aware of that every one know how to create and assign relationships of the Objects but, i trying to share some knowledge for the Freshers and Experience too.

  1. Number Range Assignment, create with External Number range.
  2. Create New Organizations Units.
  3. Create New Positions and assign to their specific Org. Unit and assign Cost Center.
  4. Create Jobs and assign to specific Positions.

Creation of External Number Range T-code: OONR

Create Objects subgroup for the External Number Range

oonr 1.JPG

oonr 2.JPG

1. Creation of Org. Unit T-code: (PO10)

Select the Infotype – Object (IT 1000) and give specific period (Start date and End date)

po10 1.JPG

Click on Create button (F5), next screen appear

Give Object Abbreviation and Object name

po10 2.JPG

Click on save button and next screen appear for reporting to which Org. unit. (here we have to give Root Org. unit)

po10 2.JPG

po10 4.JPG

SAVE the screen, it will ask for request give the new request description and save. (Save request ask for 2 times)

po10 5.JPG

2. Creation of Positions (PO13)


Select the Infotype – Object (IT 1000) and give specific period (Start date and End date)

po13 1.JPG

Click on Create button (F5), next screen appear

Give Object Abbreviation and Object name

po13 2.JPG

Click on save button and next screen appear for relationship

Give A 003 (belongs to) and select object O and ID of the Object

(here we have to give specific Org. unit this position belongs to)

po13 3.JPG

Click on save button and next screen appear for relationship

Give A 011 (cost center assignment) and select object K and ID of the Object (CC will created by the CO consultant)

(here we have to give specific cost center to specific position)

po13 4.JPG

3. Creation of  Jobs (PO03)


Select the Infotype – Object (IT 1000) and give specific period (Start date and End date)

po03 1.JPG

Click on Create button (F5), next screen appear

Give Object Abbreviation and Object name and SAVE


po03 2.JPG

Select the Infotype Relationships (IT 1001) and period (From date and End date) and click on Create


po03 3.JPG

Give A 007 (Describes) and select object S and ID of the Object

(already positions created and select specific position)

po03 6.JPG

View from IT 0001 Org. Assignment:


po03 5.JPG

Thanks and Best Regards,

Praneeth kumar

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      1. Priya Gupta

        Thank you praneeth I want leave encashment I have done that configuration I will paste the screenshots could you please look in to that and let me know where it went wrong The same we cant post in the thread that will help members in the forum

        Thanks again

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          1. Bhagyashree Naik

            Hi Praneet,

            Can u prepare a document as to how to upload OM objects through LSMW? Like creating multiple position, and Org. Units via LSMW?

            Thanks and Regards,

            Bhagyashree

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  1. Jwala ESS MSS

    hi praneeth ,

    gud document .

    I need to know how can we create the org units in mass and positions and jobs and map relation ships between them . expecting this  document  from you .

    Regards.,

    Jwala.

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    1. praneeth kumar m Post author

      Thanks Jwala,

      For mass creation of objects and relationships we will go for LSMW.

      i will create that also and share.

      Thanks and Best Regards,

      Praneeth kumar

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  2. Sriharsha Badithala

    Hi Praneeth,

    Good work done !!!

    Instead of using different TCODES for the creation of Objects, why can’t we use same TCODE PP02 ?? Is there any difference between ??

    Regards,

    Sriharsha B

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    1. praneeth kumar m Post author

      Hi Sriharsha,

      We can do with single T-code pp01 /pp02 also otherwise we can go with LSMW also.

      check the LSMW document recording done through PP02 only.

      Best Regards,

      Praneeth kumar

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