Basic Xstep Creation and Testing

This document describes step by step process to create a very basic Xstep in the standard Xstep repository and test it in a Process order.

Create an Xstep in Standard Xstep Repository:

Step 1: Go to transaction CMXSV. Enter the plant and click execute.

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Step 2: Select the folder “Standard XSteps” , right click and from the context menu select Create -> Folder. A new folder will get created.

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Step 3: Select the newly created <Folder> and right click, select Properties in the context menu. Enter some name Description & Text for the folder.

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Step 4: Select the folder and right click to create a “Standard Xstep” under this folder. A standard Xstep get created.

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Step 5: Enter some Description and Text for the Xstep.

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Step 6: Select the version, right click and go to Properties. Enter today’s date as Validity period from date.

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Step 7: Select the Xstep Tree and go to the properties. In the “General” tab, enter the Description.

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Step 8: Right click on the Xstep Tree and from the context menu create the Xstep.

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Step 9: Select the <New Xstep> and go to the properties screen. In the General tab enter some Description.

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Step 10:

In the “Parameter” tab insert the parameters. In this example following parameters will be used:

Parameter Name

Description

Category

Characteristics

LV_ORDER

Process Order

Local

PPPI_PROCESS_ORDER

LV_MATERIA

Material

Local

PPPI_MATERIAL

LV_BATCH

Batch

Local

PPPI_BATCH

LV_QTY

Order Qty.

Local

PPPI_ORDER_QUANTITY

LV_UOM

UOM

Local

PPPI_UNIT_OF_MEASURE

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Step 11:

In the Valuation tab, enter the valuation details.

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Step 12: In the Generation tab select the generation – in this example “For the Primary Product” has been selected.

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Step 13: In the Destination tab select a destination of type PI Sheet.

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Step 14: Again select the Xstep and create the Process Instruction from the context menu. Process Instruction will get created.

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Step 15: Change the Description of the Process Instruction.

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Step 16: Create a Control Data Table under the Process Instruction

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Step 17: Enter the Description and Data Request Type

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Step 18: Create the Output Parameters under the Control Data table.

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All the output fields should be mapped to some parameter.

Step 19: Once done, check the Xstep for any error.

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Step 20: Release the XStep for testing.

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Testing the Xstep:

Step 1: Go to Process order creation screen from transaction COR1. Enter material, plant and order type and click enter. (Note: Valid BOM & Master Recipe with Xstep profile should be there). Click the Xstep button.

(Note: As this is simple test scenario, XStep assigned to Process order directly instead of Master Recipe)

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Step 2: Create XStep Tree by clicking the Create button.

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Step 3: Select the Xstep Tree and from the context menu create the SXS Reference.

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Step 4: Select the <New Xstep Reference>, open the properties and from the Reference tab select the XStep created before.

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Step 5: Explode the Xstep reference.

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Step 6: Release and Save the Process order. Control Recipe should get created.

Step 7: Go to control recipe monitor (TCode CO53XT) – search the control recipe for the process order – send the control recipe to destination.

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Status should change to Send.

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Step 8: Find the PI sheet from transaction CO60 for the Process order

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The PI sheet will display the details of the Process order as created in the Xstep.


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  1. Dora Simon

    Hi,

    this document is very nice, but could you please correct the transaction code in the first screenshot? I saw that it is correct in the text before the picture, but the big text on the screenshot can be a bit misleading. 🙂

    Best regards,

    Dora

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