Thursday, 5 February 2015

Latest SAP SD Interview Questions and Answers pdf (Part3)

21. To what do you assign distribution channels and divisions?
i. Sales Organizations.

22. What are the highest organizational units in SD, MM.PP,FI,CO?
i. SD: Sales Organizations.
ii. M: Plant
iii. PP: Plant
iv. FI: Company Code
v. CO: Controlling Area

23. Can you further subdivide a plant? If yes into what ?
i. A plant can be subdivided into storage locations, allowing stocks of materials to be broken down according to predefined criteria (e.g., location and materials
planning aspects).
ii. A plant can be subdivided into locations and operational areas. Subdivision into locations takes geographical criteria into account, whereas subdivision into operational areas reflects responsibilities for production.

24. Can a sales organization sell from a plant belonging to a different company code?
i. Yes.

25. How many shipping points can you assign to a plant?
i. Many.

26. How many shipping points can you assign to a sales organization?
i. None.

27. If you have a warehouse management system active, to what would you assign the warehouse number?
i. Plant & Storage Location.

28. Why does the customer master have different views?
i. In addition to the sales and distribution data, the accounting data is also important for a payer. Therefore one can create a customer master record centrally for the following partner functions:
ii. For the payer
a. For the sold-to party who, in addition to the other partner functions, also takes on the function of the payer.

29. Which different partner functions can a customer master record serve?
i. Customer:
- sold-to party
- ship-to party
- payer
- bill-to party
- One-time customer including all partner functions.

30. What is the structure of data in the customer master record?
i. Different data is maintained in each of the three areas:
ii. General data, like address and telephone number, etc., is maintained for every customer. This data is only identified by the customer number, not by company code or sales area. Maintaining the data is possible from both the accounting view and the sales and distribution view.
iii. Company code data is only of interest for the accounting department. It includes, for example, information on insurance or account management. This data applies to only one company code.
iv. Sales and distribution data is only of interest for the sales and distribution department. It includes, for example, data on pricing or shipping. This data only applies to one sales area, and therefore is dependent on the sales structure (sales organization, distribution channel, division).
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