In my previous blog, I have shared how MRP Live runs succesfully in S4HANA on Premise 1511. How MRP Live (MD01N) Runs on S/4HANA with S4CORE after Logistics Simplifications
Now let’s see how easy to convert those MRP created purchase requisition into purchase orders by using a single Fiori transactional app provided by S4HANA on Premise 1511.
1. Set up Fiori:
I would like to skip this step in order to focus only main purpose. However this blog will help you for sure: Activating FIORI-Apps in S/4 HANA – not so hard after all! by Joachim Rees
In my user called Fiori I have assigned only role: SAP_BR_PURCHASER
2. Run Fiori Launchpad
If you succesfully completed the step 1 your Fiori Launchpad will look like this: I have added tile called Manage Purchase Requisitions to my home,
Just click on this tile and get the Purchase requisitions easily
3. Edit Purchase Requisitions
Once you click the tile all documents will be listed with the default information. You may need to change some information or you need to feed information.
In my case I would like work only these purchase requisitions, you need to click the pen icon in order to change or feed information:
You can change supplier, delivery date or quantity. I will chage only two purchase requisitions’ delivery date and assign them supplier.
Delivery dates are changed and suppliers’ are assigned, Now I can convert them into Purchase Orders by selecting them and clicking Create Purchase Order button, which is enabled after selecting at least one document.
The good thing is Fiori app checking the documents before posting, so all features are provided by Fiori. I need to handle these messages.
Most important one is price.
4. Manage Source of Supply
I need to click an other Fiori app called Manage Source of Supply, it manages the inforecord.
I need to enter required information
So easy and amost alll information available
I have entered price
Time to go back and complete mission 🙂
5. Convert PRs to PO
Now all messages are handled and I am ready to post
Just create the PO.
To be continued…