Purchase Order Transactions

MASS MAINTENANCE

– MEMASSPO : Mass maintenance of POs
– MEMASSRQ : Mass maintenance of PRs
– MEMASSCONTRACT : Mass Maintenance of Contracts
– MEMASSSA : Mass Maintenance of Scheduling Agreements
– MEMASSIN : Mass Maintenance of info records
– XK99     : Mass Maintenance of vendors

LISTS

– ME2L     : POs by Vendor
– ME2M     : POs by material
– ME2K     : POs by account assignment
– ME2C     : POs by material group
– ME2B     : POs by Requirement tracking number (The requirement tracking number thus enables you to group together the purchasing documents that exist for a certain material requirement)
– ME2N     : POs by PO number
– ME2W     : POs by supplying plant
– MELB     : Purchasing documents per purchasing tracking number
– ME2S     : Planned / Actual comparison for POs with external services

REPORTING

– ME80FN   : General list of POs
– ME81N    : Analysis of PO values – Can compare and easily review the value against any one of 4 definable values thus enabling you to put your POs in buckets based on value
– ME2A     : Monitor vendor confirmations (Order acks, inbound deliveries)
– ME92F    : Monitor Order acknowledgments for PRs
– MCE3     : PIS – Vendor
– MCE5     : PIS – Material group
– MCE7     : PIS – Material
– ME6H     : PIS – Vendor Evaluation (On time delivery, Shipping instructions, qty reliability, shipping notification …)
– MCW3     : Vendor Invoice by Purch Org
– MCW1     : Vendor Payment by org data
– MCEA     : Long term planning – Vendor
– ME1L     : Info records by vendor
– ME1M     : Info records by material
– MKVZ     : List of vendors (purchasing)
– ME65     : Vendor evaluation by ranking
– ME2V     : Goods receipt forecast (Expected GR for a plant on a particular day)

TRANSACTION DATA

– ME21N    : Create PO
– VL31N    : Create inbound delivery
– ME51N    : Create purchase requisition
– ME31K    : Create Contract
– ME35K    : Release from contract
– VL75     : Output for inbound deliveries
– MIGO     : Goods receipt
– MIRO     : Logistics Invoice Verification
– ME87     : PO history records
– EXPD     : Progress tracking for Purchase Orders
– ME9F     : Output for POs
– ME91F    : Output for PO reminders
– ME56     : Assign PR
– ME57     : Assign PR and process
– ME58     : Create PO from assignment
– ME59N    : Create PO automatically from PRs
– MECCM    : Send purchasing data from contract to catalog
– ME3P     : Set prices (background) on contract
– ME9K     : Output for Contracts
– ME92K    : Monitor order acknowlegements
– ME31L    : Create Scheduling agreement
– ME38     : Maintain delivery scehdule for Scheduling Agreement
– ME9E     : Output of Scheduling Agreements
– ME84     : Create scheduling agreement release
– ME41     : Create RFQ
– ME45     : Release RFQ
– ME47     : Create quotation
– ME47     : Price comparison

MASTER DATA

– ME11     : Create info record
– ME14     : Display changes to Info Records
– ME15     : Flag info record for deletion
– ME01     : Create source list
– ME04     : Source list changes
– MEQ1     : Create quota arrangement
– MEQ4     : Quota arrangement changes
– MP01     : Maintain approved manufacturer parts
– XK01     : Create vendor (Central)
– XK07     : Account group change
– MK01     : Create vendor (purchasing)
– MK04     : Vendor account changes (purchasing)
– MK05     : Block vendor (purchasing)
– MK06     : Flag vendor for deletion
– MPE1     : Create buyer
– MKH1     : Vendor hierarchy
– ME61     : Create vendor evaluation
– MEK1     : Create condition records
– MEKA     : Condition record overview

MESSAGES

– MN01     : Quote
– MN04     : PO
– MN07     : Outline agreement
– MN10     : Scheduling Agreement Delivery Schedule
– MN24     : Inbound delivery

8 Comments

  1. Ali November 9, 2010 at 11:21 am · Reply

    Hi all,

    Concerning the Mass maintenance. One transaction can be used instead of multiple transaction.
    You just have to know the table you want to maintain

    MASS transaction contains all the following and more :

    – MEMASSPO : Mass maintenance of POs
    – MEMASSRQ : Mass maintenance of PRs
    – MEMASSCONTRACT : Mass Maintenance of Contracts
    – MEMASSSA : Mass Maintenance of Scheduling Agreements
    – MEMASSIN : Mass Maintenance of info records
    – XK99 : Mass Maintenance of vendors

    Thanks

    • Glynn Williams November 9, 2010 at 12:59 pm · Reply

      Hi Ali,

      Thank you I will do a post on the MASSD transaction this week.

  2. Mukesh Chejara June 13, 2011 at 9:37 am · Reply

    Please give some user manual link

  3. Bert June 24, 2011 at 12:33 pm · Reply

    Thanks for sharing this.

    • admin June 24, 2011 at 12:46 pm · Reply

      You’re welcome, Bert

  4. ARJUN August 10, 2011 at 4:03 am · Reply

    hi admin,

    i didnt find any t codes relating to finance… please list out as many as possible

  5. beezu November 4, 2011 at 11:28 am · Reply

    great presentation of subject. i have a doubt regarding displaying of materials per plants. is there any T.code for displaying materials under respective plant. pls reply me back. my mail id beezu888@gmail.com

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