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Postings (Without Input Tax)
Bestellt: Halbfabrikat, Komponente: Rohstoff
BP= Bestellpreis (Lohnkosten), MP = Bewertungspreis Rohstoff
Vorgang (1): WE
Vorgang (2): RE; Rechnungspreis: RP = BP + Ab (Abweichung)
Stock account for
semi-finished product
(1) OP + VP
(2) Dev
Stock account
for raw material
VP (1) OP (1)
GR/IR clearing
IP (2)
Cost of goods manuf.
OP + VP (1)
Dev (2)
Consumption acct
(1) VP (1) OP
(2) Dev
External labor
(2) OP
Ordered: semi-finished product, Component: raw materialOrdered: semi-finished product, Component: raw material
OP = order price (labor costs), VP = Valuation price raw materialOP = order price (labor costs), VP = Valuation price raw material
Transaction (1): GRTransaction (1): GR
Transaction (2): IR; Invoice price: IP = OP + Transaction (2): IR; Invoice price: IP = OP + DevDev (deviation) (deviation)
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Scheduling Agreement
Scheduling agreement
Item category
L Semi-finished prod.
Schedule line 1:
Schedule line 2 :
10000 St
1000 pcs
Comp 1 :
Comp 2 :
1000 pcs
Comp 1 :
Comp 2 :
10 pcs
5 pcs
10 pcs
5 pcs
Comp 1
Comp 2
Semi 1000
Comp1 10
Comp2 5
„ You enter the material that is to be produced as a subcontract item in the scheduling agreement item. 
„ You specify the components that are needed for the production of the scheduled quantities in the 
schedule lines. Reservation items are then created for these component quantities. 
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Subcontracting: Unit Summary
z In subcontracting, your vendor (i.e. the
subcontractor) receives components in order to
manufacture a refined product for which your
company has sent a purchase order. The
components the vendor requires to produce the
ordered product are listed in the purchase order
and provided by you. The components can be
defined in the system using a bill of materials.
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Subcontracting Exercises 
Unit: Subcontracting 
Topic: Subcontract Material 
\u2022 Outline the process for a subcontract material 
\u2022 Explain item category L on the purchase order 
\u2022 Explain the different ways to issue components to the vendor 
\u2022 Perform a goods receipt for the final product 
\u2022 Enter an invoice 
In our company we produce an ignition module. We do not have the 
resources available to assemble the components, therefore we send the 
individual components to our subcontract vendor who then produces the 
final material. 
1-1 Vendor T-K12C## produces material T-B1## under a subcontracting arrangement 
with you. You provide the vendor with the required components, as listed on the 
bill of material for this material. 
Display the bill of material for material T-B1##, in plant 1000, BOM usage 1. What 
components and quantities have to be provided for material T-B1##? 
Menu path: Logistics \u2192 Production \u2192 Master Data \u2192 Bills of Material \u2192 Bill 
of Material \u2192 Material BOM \u2192 Display 
Component Quantity 
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1-2 Display the stock overview for the components in plant 1000. What quantity of 
these materials is in unrestricted use in storage location 0001? What quantity does 
subcontractor T-L10C## have? Answer these questions by recording the current 
stock situation. 
Plant 1000 Unrestricted Use Material Provided to 
1-3 Create a subcontract purchase order for subcontractor T-K12C##. Order 100 pieces 
of material T-B1## in plant 1000 with a delivery date of four weeks from now. The 
net price is UNI 100. Include \u201cPayable immediately due net\u201d as terms of payment 
on your purchase order. 
1-3-1 Which item category do you use? 
1-3-2 Provide the components from the BOM of your material. Which materials 
are suggested? 
1-4 Display the SC stocks per vendor for your subcontract vendor T-K12C##. Which 
materials and quantities do you still have to send to the vendor so he can carry out 
your purchase order? 
Material Quantity Needed 
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1-5 You need to provide subcontractor T-K12C## with the components needed to 
produce material T-B1##. Transfer the components to the vendor, using the SC 
stocks per vendor report. 
What is the movement type? _____________ 
Where can you find the material document number that was created for this 
Material document __________________________ 
1-6 Display the material document. 
What items does the material document contain? Why is each material listed twice? 
1-7 Display the stock overview for the materials provided and record the stock 
Plant 1000 Unrestricted Use Material Provided to 
Compared to the initial stock situation in question 1-2, what changes have 
1-8 Perform an analysis of the stock of material provided to your vendor T-K12C##. 
What change has occurred in the required quantities? 
1-9 To be on the safe side, transfer another 10 pieces of material T-T1## and T-T2## 
from plant 1000, storage location 0001, to your subcontractor T-K12C##. Transfer 
these components to the vendor using a transfer posting from the inventory 
management system. 
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1-9-1 Which menu path do you use? 
1-9-2 Movement type ________________________ 
Material document _________________________ 
1-10 Display the material document. Which items does it contain? 
Menu path: Logistics \u2192 Materials Management \u2192 Inventory Management \u2192 
Material Document \u2192 Display 
Component Quantity Movement Stock Type 
1-11 Vendor T-K12C## delivers ordered material T-B1##. Enter the goods receipt for 
your purchase order in plant 1000, storage location 0001. 
Material document ___________________________ 
1-12 Display the material document. Which items does it contain? Why do we have 
different movement types listed on this material document? 
Component Quantity Movement Stock Type 
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Which GL accounts have been updated for raw materials and semi finished goods? 
Account Account 
1-13 Your subcontractor informs you that he needed one extra piece of component T-
T1## to be able to produce all the ignition devices. Enter the subsequent 
What is the menu path?