Thursday, 5 February 2015

90 TOP SAP SD Interview Questions and Answers pdf (Part1)

Below are some important SAP SD interview questions which are asked in most MNC company interviews for beginners or professionals.
1. Name two ways to start a transaction.
i. Dynamic Menu
ii. ii. Command Field

2. Why do you create user-specific parameters?
i. They supply defaults to R/3 fields.
If a field is indicated, the system automatically fills in default value. Depending on the field definition, the entry canalso be replaced with a value entered by the user. (Concept of PARAMETER ID

3. Name the three different kinds of messages in the R/3 system. What is the difference between them?
i. A message can have five different types. These message types have the following effects during list processing:
ii. A (=Abend):
a. The system displays a message of this message type in a dialog window. After the user confirms the message using ENTER, the system terminates the entire
transaction (for example SE38).
iii. E (=Error) or W (=Warning):
a. The system displays a message of this message
type in the status line. After the user chooses ENTER, the system acts as follows:
b. While creating the basic
list, the system terminates the report.
c. While creating a secondary list, the system terminates the corresponding
processing block and keeps displaying the previous list level.
iv. I (=Information):
a. The system displays a message
of this message type in a dialog window. After the user chooses ENTER , the system resumes processing at the current program
v. S (=Success):
a. The system displays a message of this message type on the output screen in the status
line of the currently created list.

4. What is a data dictionary or repository?
i. Central catalog that contains the descriptions of an organization's data and provides information about the relationships between the data and its use in programs and screens.
ii. The data descriptions in a Data Dictionary is also called metadata, i.e., data that describes other data.
iii. The ABAP/4 Dictionary stores system-wide data definitions. When you create a new data definition, the Dictionary tool does all the processing necessary to create the definition. You can use the Dictionary tool to look up the "definition" of objects in your R/3 System.

5. What is a matchcode?
i. Comparsion key. A matchcode allows
you to locate the key of a particular database record (e.g. account number) by entering any field value contained in the record. The system then displays a list of records matching the specifications.

6. If you want an end user to see a specific menu after logging on the R/3 system, how could you do that?
i. User maintenance transactions allow the system administrator to create and maintain user master records. This includes the generation and assignment of
authorizations and authorization profiles.


8. In R/3 you can represent a company's structure by defining and assigning corporate structure elements. What is the purpose of doing that?
i. Enterprise
organization diagram. Chart showing the organizational structure of an enterprise, its organization units and how they are related. A combined structure can be created from the point of view of accounting, MM, SD. This structure forms a framework in which all business transactions can be processed.

9. Which three organizational elements make up a sales area briefly explain their function?
i. Sales organization: An organizational unit that sells and distributes products, negotiates terms of sale, and is responsible for these transactions.
ii. Distribution channel: Channel through which salable materials or services reach customers. Typical distribution channels include wholesale, retail and direct sales. You can assign a distribution channel to one or more sales organizations.
iii. Division: Product groups can be defined for a wide-ranging spectrum of products. For every division you can make customer-specific agreements on, for example, partial deliveries, pricing and terms of payment. Within a division you can carry out statistical analyses or set up separate marketing.

10. Name the three internal organizational elements within a sales organization and briefly explain their function.
i. Sales Office. Geographical aspects of the organization in business development and sales are defined using the term sales office. A sales office can be considered as a subsidiary.
ii. Sales offices are assigned to sales areas. If you enter a sales order for a sales office within a certain sales area, the sales office must be assigned to that
iii. Sales Group. The staff of a sales office may be subdivided into sales groups. For example, sales groups can be defined for individual divisions.
iv. Salespersons. Individual personnel master records are used to manage data about salespersons. You can assign a sales person to a sales group in the personnel master record.
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