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  • Term SAP Note What it means Help for customers in the SAP Service Marketplace
  • Term section I What it means Part of the land register page in which the owner is entered
  • Term source location What it means Location that supplies a product
  • Term service charges What it means The recurring operating expenses and heating costs of a rental unit
  • Term source storage bin What it means The storage bin in a warehouse from which a material is taken
  • Term structure level What it means A category for the detailed grouping of organizational areas
  • Term scale (BC-FES-GRA) What it means The appearance of time intervals defined by the class CL_CU_SCALE
  • Term suspend order What it means An active order of a drug can be suspended, i.e. the order receives an inactive status
  • Term standard job What it means Periodic jobs in a productive SAP System - typically housekeeping
  • Term standard selection What it means A customer-defined list of plans offered as standard plans
  • Term start price What it means The beginning bid price for a live auction line item. This price is set manually by the purchaser
  • Term start process What it means Defines the start of a process chain
  • Term SAP Calendar Control What it means Control for entering or displaying date or time information
  • Term significance What it means Attribute of a control that dictates whether the control is a key control or a standard control
  • Term stacker crane What it means Automated means of transport for putaway and picking for a high rack storage area
  • Term stacking factor (IS-BEV-VSO) What it means Indicates how high the same material can be stacked
  • Term switch view (IS-U-IDE) What it means The view from which the change of supplier process is considered
  • Term standard item (SCM-ECT-DLP) What it means Part of a document containing information on the goods to be delivered
  • Term store retailing (IS-R) What it means in which they are used
  • Term store retailing (IS-R) What it means A retail format involving a store in a fixed location
  • Term store retailing system What it means Computer-aided retailing or POS system used locally in the stores of a retail company
  • Term store return What it means Return of goods from store to distribution center
  • Term system thread What it means A thread started by the J2EE Engine System Thread Manager to process a particular internal task
  • Term sampling plan What it means the sampling inspection
  • Term Store_UI What it means Software component that contains the Web application Replenishment Workbench for Stores
  • Term sales order (SCM-APO) What it means certain time. The request is received by a sales area, which is then responsible for fulfilling the
  • Term safety stock (SCM-APO) What it means unexpectedly high demand, or that can be used in production if there are time delays
  • Term sales and administration costs What it means Typically, these costs are recorded in Cost Center Accounting (CO-OM-CCA). They can be passed on to
  • Term SADT What it means Structured Analysis and Design Technique
  • Term Safeguarding (SV-SMG) What it means implementation and upgrade projects and minimizes resulting costs of operations during the run
  • Term safety level What it means support varying levels of security to which portal components and services can be assigned, the
  • Term safety margin after production What it means date and the scheduled finish date. The safety margin after production is used for compensating
  • Term safety stock (PP-MRP) What it means The purpose of the safety stock is to prevent material shortage. To determine the safety stock
  • Term sales order (SD) What it means certain time. The request is received by a sales area that is then responsible for fulfilling the
  • Term safety stock horizon What it means Push taking the safety stock horizon into account is being used. The system only confirms planned
  • Term safety stock planning What it means intermediate and end products is created in the corresponding locations over the entire supply
  • Term safety stock planning profile What it means Profile that contains settings to control the extended safety stock planning
  • Term safety time (PP-MRP) What it means requirements without taking account of any new receipts. The safety time corresponds to the actual
  • Term safety time (SCM-APO-SNP) What it means in the product master data. The target stock level corresponds to the safety stock plus
  • Term salary What it means is a fixed amount, specified within each individual employee's work agreement
  • Term salary benchmarking What it means competitors or recognized industry leaders
  • Term salary grade What it means Plan. Each grade has a minimum and maximum salary amount. Each job is assigned to a specific salary
  • Term salary group What it means employee contributions, or employer contributions for a benefit plan vary. Salary groups can be
  • Term salary range What it means with a formal salary structure. The salary range reflects the market value of a job
  • Term salary range width What it means pay - minimum pay)/minimum pay
  • Term salary sacrifice What it means where an employee agrees to give up a certain portion of salary in return for a benefit in kind
  • Term salary statement What it means usually includes: Gross amount (for example, payments) Net amount (for example, deductions
  • Term salary structure What it means Structure of job grades and pay ranges within a company. It is a grouping of pay grades
  • Term salary survey What it means providers. The data is typically used for external comparison of salary
  • Term salary survey provider What it means various organizations, analyze compensation data and provide a summary back to survey participants
  • Term sales What it means at valid sales prices
  • Term Sales What it means includes all the processes relevant to selling, to include creating quotations, orders, deliveries
  • Term Sales & Operations Planning What it means other supply chains based on historical, current, or estimated data. Resource planning can be
  • Term sales accrual/deferral What it means sales revenue of a sales-based lease-out
  • Term sales activity What it means interaction with a customer or sales prospect. The following types of sales activity are available
  • Term sales activity screen What it means Entry screen where you enter the data for the current sales activity
  • Term sales agent What it means publisher. The sales agent involved in obtaining a sales order can receive a gift (gift recipient
  • Term sales agreement What it means example prices and delivery conditions) and releasable products are defined. These conditions and
  • Term sales analysis What it means This report contains information about the sales volume from three perspectives: Sales volume per
  • Term sales analytics What it means pipeline/sales funnel analysis, sales-cycle analysis, and sales organization analysis, which
  • Term sales and distribution What it means selling and distributing all types of media products across all delivery channels. It supports both
  • Term sales and distribution document What it means and distribution documents consist of a document header and any number of items: Sales and
  • Term sales and operations plan What it means plant (SKU) or product group in a planning horizon. The difference between the production quantity
  • Term sales area What it means A combination of sales organization, distribution channel, and division
  • Term sales area bundling What it means partner master data. If a sales area is bundled, that means that the same sales data for a business
  • Term sales assistant (CRM) What it means of master data Preparation of presentations as well as reports and analyses for the Sales Manager
  • Term sales order costing What it means the items in inquiries and quotations
  • Term sales assistant (CRM-BTX) What it means employees through a structured sales process, and supports them in planning their sales activities
  • Term sales bill of material What it means product and its components
  • Term sales call list What it means List of all sales activities with customers who should be visited on an certain date
  • Term sales campaign What it means certain vehicle models or vehicle configurations at a favorable price. Examples are: Sales of phase
  • Term sales code What it means Manufacturer-specific key that identifies a vehicle from a sales point of view
  • Term sales component What it means Interlinkage type used to maintain relationships between products in packages
  • Term sales contract What it means the vendor and a customer, for example, price, target value or target quantity. A sales contract is
  • Term sales cycle What it means recognition of an opportunity, and ending with a sales order or a rejection from the customer
  • Term sales cycle duration What it means stage to the final sales stage inclusive
  • Term sales deal What it means group in a promotion. A sales deal contains a discount or special terms of delivery
  • Term sales deduction account What it means An account to which surcharges and discounts are posted
  • Term sales district What it means sales district and use the sales district to generate sales statistics
  • Term sales document What it means department. A sales document consists of a document header with data applicable to the whole
  • Term sales manager (SAP) What it means combines operational, analytical and general information relevant for the sales manager's
  • Term sales document category What it means document in the sales and distribution component module. Sales document categories include
  • Term sales document item What it means quotation, or a sales order. If the sales document item carries costs and revenues, it can function
  • Term sales document type (IS-M-AM) What it means sales document type defines the type of output admissible in sales documents and the process used
  • Term sales document type (SD) What it means allows the system to process different business transactions in different ways. The standard
  • Term sales effectivity What it means A property of a posting key that is used to update sales with a customer or vendor
  • Term sales employee What it means distribution department of a company
  • Term sample device What it means This device is then removed and inspected in order to evaluate the quality of the entire sample
  • Term sales equalization tax What it means calculated by the vendor and charged to customers who are exempt from tax on sales and purchases
  • Term sales factor What it means used for multiplications according to specified data
  • Term sales forecast (SCM-APO-FCS) What it means some future period under a given marketing plan and expected market conditions. The sales forecast
  • Term sales forecast (SCM-FRE) What it means An aspect of forecasing which is based on the sales data from POS inbound
  • Term sales funnel analysis What it means historic perspective, regardless of their status. It displays the flow of sales documents, for
  • Term sales grid What it means A subset of a master grid that contains the grid value variants of a material for use in sales
  • Term sales group (IS-R) What it means group, for example). Sales groups can be used for reporting purposes. In its capacity as a customer
  • Term sales group (SD) What it means A organizational unit that performs and is responsible for sales transactions
  • Term sales ID What it means entering sales reports. Example: Regular sales Extrapolation (tenant does not report for the
  • Term sales item What it means item can either be: A sales order item A quotation item or An inquiry item
  • Term sales ledger What it means A record of the sales accounts of customers
  • Term sales logistics cockpit What it means Central entry point for the processes and functions in telephone sales
  • Term Sales Management What it means accounts and contacts, record sales activities, obtain price approvals, and access sales analytics
  • Term scheduler service (EP-KM-COL) What it means execute tasks as predefined times
  • Term sales manager (SRM-SUP) What it means is concerned with the overall business relationship with the purchasing organization; he receives
  • Term sales method What it means delivery is determined
  • Term sales methodology What it means steps of an ideal sales process - from identifying the lead to closing the sale. The individual
  • Term sales office (FI-TV) What it means to the Amadeus System and is identified using an office ID specified by Amadeus
  • Term sales office (SD) What it means office establishes contact between the firm and the regional market
  • Term sales office determination What it means assignment takes place using Characteristic TRVOF, whereby specific fields from the organizational
  • Term sales order item that carries costs and revenues What it means the cost object, you use the functions of Product Cost by Sales Order
  • Term sales order stock What it means order. The sales order stock is committed to a sales order.You can only use components to produce
  • Term sales organization What it means sales requirements. A sales organization is responsible for selling materials and services
  • Term sales organization responsible What it means cycle and has overall responsibility. The sales organization responsible and the owner sales
  • Term sales package What it means the hierarchy. The superordinate package product has the product role sales package
  • Term sales package product What it means Superordinate package product in a sales package
  • Term sales performance analysis What it means analyses from different analytical applications, such as Customer Relationship Management, Human
  • Term sales pipeline What it means the context of the sales cycle. Monitoring the sales pipeline helps to create more predictable and
  • Term sales pipeline analysis What it means revenue. A sales pipeline analysis contains sales documents that are still open, such as
  • Term sales pipeline change What it means user that have been changed. The user can call this list by selecting specific filter criteria such
  • Term sales plan What it means specifies how many units of each finished product or of each product group a company aims to sell
  • Term sales representative What it means as customer circle, product and region. A sales representative can be employed externally (mobile
  • Term sales point originated allocation method What it means allocating sales point volumes to termination points. The phased approach involves: determining
  • Term sales price (IS-R) What it means are used for the sales price. The sales price can either include tax (gross price) or exclude tax
  • Term sales price (SD) What it means A price at which a material is offered to the customer
  • Term sales price basis What it means from the service order or project, after they have been summarized using the Dynamic Item
  • Term sample document (AP-TTE) What it means most European countries in the TTE Simulation transaction
  • Term sales price calculation What it means materials that are carried by a retail company in different steps of the value chain, and to store
  • Term sales price view What it means It shows the items from the sales price basis or expenditure view, sorted and combined for SD
  • Term sales probability What it means probability are: the general sales probability of a quotation item defined in Customizing success
  • Term sales product What it means independent products. Data that is valid for all products must only be entered once
  • Term sales promotion (ICM) What it means limited to a specific period of time
  • Term sales promotion (IS-M-SD) What it means Limited marketing activity aimed at attracting new customers
  • Term sales promotion (SD) What it means marketing activities and events such as the launch of a new product or a trade fair. A sales
  • Term sales quotation What it means The sales quotation commits the vendor to sell a certain product or service at the stated price
  • Term sales reduction budget What it means of the sales reduction budget is to take into account the sales that will be lost because a
  • Term sales relevance What it means A property of a posting key that updates the sales figures with a customer or vendor
  • Term sales report (IS-BEV-PL) What it means quantities of a specific material the wholesaler has sold per customer or per object over a
  • Term sales report (RE) What it means committing him or her to report the sales to the landlord at regular intervals so the amount of
  • Term sales request What it means sales area the customers of each wholesaler and their reportable product proposals and individual
  • Term sales returns What it means customers have returned due to quality defects
  • Term sales returns entry What it means Manual process for entering returns data in the system
  • Term sales returns order What it means template for entering the analysis result and, depending on this result, the credits and stock
  • Term sales returns settlement What it means Settlement of returned goods through follow-on documents, such as credit memos
  • Term sales revenue What it means services, minus tax on sales and purchases and other diverse sales deductions
  • Term sales rule What it means commercial real estate contracts. This is the part of the sales-based settlement that specifies how
  • Term sales scheduling agreement What it means that specifies the expected complete material quantity to be sent to the customer within a
  • Term SAP Generic Output Format (BC-CCM-PRN) What it means Data format of print data for external conversion programs
  • Term sales scheduling agreement view What it means to the sales scheduling agreement items for the selected products. Selected master and transaction
  • Term sales source What it means included in the campaign framework
  • Term sales stage What it means The status of the sales cycle in which specific activities are executed
  • Term sales structure What it means Structure of a sales organization
  • Term sales support (IS-U-CS) What it means Function which aids marketing by selecting groups of customers according to certain criteria
  • Term sales support (SD) What it means distribution and marketing with all activities in the areas of business development and customer
  • Term sales tax (AP-TTE) What it means Tax imposed as a percentage of the price of goods (and sometimes of services
  • Term sales tax (SBO) What it means system is based on tax groups that are identified by tax codes. A tax group can be either a
  • Term sales tax code What it means of specific locations
  • Term sales transaction What it means Business object that is used for implementing sales order processing
  • Term sales tree balancing What it means MRP run. A sales tree is not a physical item in the MRP, but rather a grouping of components. When
  • Term sales unit (IS-EC-HBS) What it means lot, for single family homes, or one apartment in an apartment building
  • Term sales unit (SD) What it means can be defined for one material. A conversion factor allows the system to refer to the base unit of
  • Term sampling inspection What it means sampling inspection, units are taken from the lot and inspected. Conclusions about the entire lot
  • Term sales variant What it means is managed for sale to consumers. Sales are posted from stock in this unit of measure. A generic
  • Term sales-based lease-out What it means determined by the sales reports of the commercial tenant
  • Term sales-based rent What it means settlement determines the rent amount and any adjustments of the advance payments, based on the
  • Term sales-based rent adjustment method What it means The rent is calculated on the basis of sales made by the tenant in the offices. The adjustment
  • Term sales-based rent adjustment type What it means is charged in proportion to the sales made on the premises
  • Term sales-based rent agreement What it means rent) based on sales reported by the tenant. Payments already made can be offset against these
  • Term sales-based settlement What it means based on the sales reports of commercial tenants
  • Term sample lot What it means following purposes: To extend the calibration validity of these devices (official sample lot) To
  • Term sample master record What it means An example of a master record that serves as an input aid for configuring other master records
  • Term sample number What it means inspection. Example Sample number 10025 and sample number 10026 identify the two samples for a
  • Term sales-order-related production What it means specific customer. Sales-order-related production has two subcategories: mass production based on
  • Term sales/index contract What it means sales agreements. The tenant makes advance payments based on the estimated sales and has either a
  • Term sales/purchases tax law What it means sale and purchase of goods or services
  • Term salvage What it means The amount recovered from the sale of damaged property
  • Term same-level node What it means unit of the tree as another unit
  • Term SAML Service What it means Language (SAML) for Single Sign-On in the J2EE Engine. SAML is an XML-based document format used
  • Term sample (CRM-MKT) What it means calculate the expected size of a target group. When creating target groups, the selection
  • Term sample (FS-BA-PM-HP) What it means hedging relationships in the regression analysis part of the effectiveness test
  • Term sample (IS-HT-DRM) What it means by a distributor/reseller to an end customer. For a given accounting period, distributor/resellers
  • Term sample (LE) What it means checked to ensure that incoming goods meet required standards. The inspection sample is withdrawn
  • Term sample (QM) What it means information about the quality of the inspection lot. A sample describes distinguishable (discrete
  • Term sample (SD-FT) What it means ordemonstration. In international commerce, samples are duty free and brought into a customs
  • Term sample account What it means company code-specific data in G/L account master records. You must also define data transfer rules
  • Term sample application What it means Unchecked template for creation of a policy
  • Term sample document (FI) What it means default entries on the accounting document entry screen. Unlike an accounting document, a sample
  • Term sample document (FIN-SEM-BCS) What it means enter a sample document, the system does not write journal entry data nor totals records. Sample
  • Term sample function module What it means import table parameters. Typically, the module contains no code
  • Term sample organizational unit What it means can copy to create your own organizational units. Sample organizational units are country
  • Term sample quantity What it means or several inspection characteristics with specific inspection methods
  • Term sample size What it means subpopulation in order to be inspected
  • Term sample unit What it means of measure. The sample size is always a whole-number multiple of the sample unit
  • Term sample-based physical inventory What it means representative of the entire stock. The sample to be inventoried is determined on a mathematical
  • Term sample-based-physical-inventory profile What it means simplify parameter setting when you create a sample-based physical inventory, frequently used
  • Term sample-drawing instruction What it means more samples from the population to be inspected. The sample-drawing instruction is based upon the
  • Term sample-drawing item What it means A guideline specifying how a physical sample is to be drawn
  • Term sample-drawing procedure What it means A master data record that controls how physical samples are to be drawn and formed
  • Term sampling area What it means which only a selection must be counted. Representative elements are selected at random from the
  • Term sampling procedure (IS-U-DM) What it means sampling inspection for the following purposes: To extend the calibration validity of these devices
  • Term sampling procedure (QM) What it means The sampling procedure also defines the type of valuation to be used for results recording
  • Term sampling scheme What it means sample size for a specific lot size and defines how acceptance or rejection decisions are made and
  • Term sampling system What it means Collection of sampling schemes with rules for their application
  • Term sampling type What it means use sampling scheme, percentage sample, individual sample determination via a BAdI implementation
  • Term sampling unit What it means and therefore regarded as indivisible
  • Term sanctioned party list (FI-CA) What it means should prevent payment transactions in accordance with the regulations of authorities and
  • Term SAP Business Partner (AP-MD-BP) What it means A function for creating and managing business partner master data centrally
  • Term sanctioned party list (SD-FT) What it means privileges or with whom trade is banned. Sanctions can include the denial of a party the benefit of
  • Term sanctioned party list screening What it means sanctioned party list (denied persons list) to determine whether they have been denied trade
  • Term sandbox client What it means used for testing the applications and Customizing functions. It is created as a copy of the SAP
  • Term sandbox system What it means An unsupported system available for SAP internal employees for testing and learning purposes
  • Term Santei What it means which is fundamental to calculate employee's social insurance contribution. It is based on
  • Term Santei form What it means standard compensation for insured employee annually
  • Term Santei target months What it means period is three adjacent months, usually April, May, and June. For Geppen, it can be any 3 months
  • Term Santei/Geppen evaluation What it means The function that generates the data necessary for completing Santei and Geppen forms
  • Term Net Connector\. SAP What it means between the Microsoft. Net platform and SAP systems. The SAP .Net Connector supports RFC and Web
  • Term SAP Add-On Installation Tool What it means A tool that allows you to install and upgrade add-ons directly from the SAP System
  • Term SAP Advertising Management for Classified Ads What it means M/AMC User Interface (UI) and IS-M/AMC Server components. IS-M/AMC UI is an editor that offers you
  • Term 5 HTTP Content Server Interface\. SAP ArchiveLink 4 What it means A certification procedure is available for each of the interface versions
  • Term SAP ArchiveLink Viewer What it means basis component up to and including R/3 Release 4.5A. The SAP ArchiveLink viewer is no longer
  • Term SAP Asia Pacific What it means Name of official region = SAP Asia Pacific
  • Term SAP Assistant (BC-CI) What it means applications. The SAP Assistant exposes ActiveX controls and OLE object classes for logging on to
  • Term SAP Assistant (BC-FES-AIT) What it means IDoc metadata from outside the SAP System. You can use the SAP Assistant to: Browse metadata
  • Term SAP Automation What it means developers to integrate external applications from the desktop, a server, or a Web server, with the
  • Term SAP Business Partner (FS-BP) What it means SAP's general business partner maintenance
  • Term SAP Automation GUI interface What it means interfaces enable you to: Develop other GUIs for existing SAP applications Integrate alternative
  • Term SAP Automation RFC interface What it means Automation RFC interfaces allow external applications to access SAP by making remote function calls
  • Term SAP Best Practices What it means preconfigured system, covering up to 80% of an industry's requirements. SAP Best Practices
  • Term SAP BI Connector What it means specific integration. The SAP BI Connector comprises services for design time as well as runtime
  • Term SAP Biller Consolidator What it means Consolidator enables service providers to collect and group bills from various vendors (billers
  • Term SAP Biller Direct What it means electronic bill presentment and payment). SAP Biller Direct enables billers to offer customers the
  • Term SAP Business Connector What it means The SAP Business Connector enables both bi-directional synchronous communication and asynchronous
  • Term SAP Business Framework What it means package of modularized components, which can be mixed and arranged in any order between themselves
  • Term SAP Business Graphics What it means Business Graphics provides a wide range of graphics options and data interfaces, as well as various
  • Term SAP Collaborative Room Document Management What it means regardless of the respective technological basis. All the objects stored in SAP C-ROOM DM are
  • Term SAP Collaborative Room Document Status What it means Application for status handling
  • Term SAP Business Information Warehouse What it means Warehouse (SAP BW) provides data warehousing functions, a business intelligence platform, and a
  • Term SAP Business One What it means sales-driven companies with up to 250 employees. SAP Business One is an easy-to-use product that
  • Term SAP Business One Software Development Kit What it means and customers to extend and change the SAP Business One application to: Create industry specific
  • Term SAP Business Partner for Financial Services What it means SAP business partner management designed to meet the requirements of financial service providers
  • Term SAP Business Partner for Healthcare What it means SAP business partner management designed to meet the requirements of healthcare service providers
  • Term SAP Business Technology Map What it means provided by an SAP Solution Map. The SAP Business Technology Map supports a flexible infrastructure
  • Term SAP Business Warehouse Patch What it means A collection of corrections for the component SAP Business Information Warehouse (SAP BW
  • Term SAP Catalog Authoring Tool What it means provides functions for creating and editing the structure and content of catalogs
  • Term SAP Catalog Content Management What it means searching in catalogs. SAP Catalog Content Management consists of SAP Catalog Authoring Tool and
  • Term SAP Catalog Search Engine What it means stores catalogs that have been published in SAP Catalog Authoring Tool and provides functions that
  • Term SAP Certification Authority What it means The Certification Authority (CA) provided by the SAP AG that issues certificates to SAP customers
  • Term SAP character set What it means Character set supported by SAP. This includes the Unicode Unicode character representations
  • Term SAP Chart Designer What it means business graphics. The settings can be saved as an XML file and used with the Chart Engine to
  • Term SAP Collaborative Cross Applications What it means people, information, and processes. SAP Collaborative Cross Applications (xApps) support continuous
  • Term SAP Collaborative Room What it means with a Web browser). SAP Collaborative Room provides users with a user-specific, context-sensitive
  • Term SAP GUI What it means SAP-specific GUI of the applications in the application layer and supports additional functions in
  • Term SAP Collections Management What it means covers the following functions: Creation of personalized worklists that enable a prioritized
  • Term SAP Compliance Management What it means three primary areas: Sanctioned party list screening License management Embargo checking
  • Term SAP Content Server What it means external content server in each SAP installation. For all document-centered applications and
  • Term SAP cProject Suite What it means engineering. SAP cProject Suite is made up of the following parts: Design Collaboration with
  • Term SAP Credit Management What it means An application that supports and automates credit decisions
  • Term 0 compatibility mode\. SAP ICH 5 What it means compatible with SAP Inventory Collaboration Hub 5.0, but does not support all functions for SAP SNC
  • Term SAP CRM Mobile Client Component What it means comprise the Field Sales solution. It represents these machines and software applications in the
  • Term SAP Cryptographic Library What it means The SAP Cryptographic Library not only supports the use of digital signatures in SAP Systems, but
  • Term SAP Data Provider What it means end servers. The SAP Data Provider is a control used by other SAP GUI controls for data retrieval
  • Term SAP Dispute Management What it means A subcomponent of the solution SAP Financial Supply Chain Management
  • Term SAP Document Builder What it means Bearbeitung komplexer Dokumente. Als generische Lösung findet er Verwendung in internationalen
  • Term SAP Duet Add-On What it means Microsoft Office and SAP. The SAP Duet Add-On enables the implemented Duet business applications to
  • Term SAP Easy Access What it means an initial menu for dialog user's access to an AS ABAP. The initial menu is normally either
  • Term SAP Easy Document Management What it means environment that draws heavily on the Microsoft Windows Explorer, you can create, edit, and manage
  • Term SAP Enterprise Portal What it means information and services existing in an enterprise into one system. It consists of a portal
  • Term SAP Event Management What it means SAP EM release 4.0. For release 1.1 it was called SAP Event Manager . It enables you to process
  • Term SAP Exchange Connector What it means An interface for connecting Microsoft Exchange servers to the SAP system
  • Term SAP exit What it means variables that are processed by automatic replacement using a predefined replacement path (SAP exit
  • Term SAP for Aerospace & Defense What it means the needs of the aerospace and defense industry. With SAP for A;D, companies can control costs more
  • Term SAP for Automotive What it means the needs of the automotive industry. Companies can use SAP for Automotive to handle the high
  • Term SAP for Banking What it means accounting, costing, and enterprise-wide control. Combined with key industry-specific components
  • Term SAP for Chemicals What it means the needs of the chemical industry. SAP for Chemicals provides processes and tools required by
  • Term SAP lock concept What it means The SAP System has a lock mechanism to synchronize accesses to data in the database
  • Term SAP for Consumer Products What it means integrated system. With the help of SAP for Consumer Products, companies can collaborate more
  • Term SAP for Engineering & Construction What it means specific needs of the engineering and construction industry. This solution handles the full range
  • Term SAP for Financial Service Providers What it means the needs of treasury and corporate finance management. The tools, capabilities, and automated
  • Term SAP for Healthcare What it means organizations to deliver and manage healthcare services. The browser-based SAP for Healthcare
  • Term SAP for High Tech What it means industry in the New Economy. SAP for High Tech handles the full range of high-tech business
  • Term SAP for Higher Education & Research What it means integrated software tools to facilitate research, teaching and study, as well as to manage core
  • Term SAP for Insurance What it means A mySAP.com services industry solution for insurance companies
  • Term SAP for Media What it means com, and combines these with a collection of automated processes and tools designed specifically
  • Term SAP for Mill Products What it means companies in the mill products and related industries. SAP for Mill Products is designed to meet
  • Term SAP for Mining What it means A mySAP.com industry solution
  • Term SAP for Oil & Gas What it means businesses operating in various business segments. These range from the wellheads to retail outlets
  • Term SAP for Pharmaceuticals What it means business platform. It delivers the specific processes and tools that pharmaceutical companies
  • Term SAP for Public Sector What it means efficiency, improve economic viability, enhance process transparency, and improve communication
  • Term SAP for Retail What it means fully integrated system. SAP for Retail helps retailers build their business on a solid
  • Term SAP for Service Providers What it means needs of companies in the service provider industry. SAP for Service Providers enables companies
  • Term SAP for Telecommunications What it means business platform. Specific cross-industry solutions are particularly relevant to the
  • Term SAP lock management What it means SAP lock entries can be monitored with the lock management. (transaction SM13
  • Term SAP for Utilities What it means and waste-management utilities of all sizes. The solution provides Web-enabled, fully integrated
  • Term SAP Gateway What it means protocol. The SAP gateway is also referred to as CPI-C handler. The RFC (Remote Function Call) is
  • Term SAP Gateway Monitor What it means Program gwmon (at operating system level) or SAP transaction SMGW monitors the SAP Gateway
  • Term SAP gateway process What it means Gateway work process used only in connection with SNA
  • Term SAP General HTMLBusiness Functions Library What it means Functions Library contains reusable HTMLBusiness functions, which encapsulate recurring design
  • Term SAP Generic Output Format (BC-CCM-PRN) What it means Raw output data format that can be formatted by customer converters
  • Term SAP Global Trade Management What it means trading companies. Developed in close cooperation with customers, SAP GTM has been implemented in
  • Term SAP Global Trade Services What it means international trade including full regulatory compliance, interactions with customs and management
  • Term SAP Going Live Check Project Session What it means focus is on the planned implementation methodology and appropriate channels of project
  • Term SAP GoingLive Check What it means are analyzed to determine whether the system can successfully start production. SAP GoingLive
  • Term SAP GoingLive Check Analysis Session What it means verify that the available hardware can handle expected system demands. This session is usually
  • Term SAP GoingLive Check Feasibility Session What it means the feasibility of the defined core business processes. This session should take place after the
  • Term SAP GoingLive Check Optimization Session What it means optimize the core business processes of the application components that will be used. Before this
  • Term SAP GoingLive Check Verification Session What it means system behavior is checked approximately four weeks after the start of production
  • Term SAPmail What it means Mail system in the Business Workplace with which you can transmit messages
  • Term SAP GUI for HTML What it means transactions in a Web browser by mapping SAP screen elements automatically to HTML using the
  • Term SAP GUI reconnect What it means TCP/IP connection between SAP GUI and application host fails. A dialog box appears offering users
  • Term SAP Hierarchy Graphics What it means Graphics offers a number of options. You can, for example, design hierarchies with different
  • Term SAP HPGL Display What it means Tool for displaying graphic files created in Hewlett-Packard Graphic Language (HPGL) format
  • Term SAP implementation tools What it means support continuous engineering. They contain graphical methods for viewing, navigating, configuring
  • Term SAP Index Tables What it means the indexes added by SAP. The names of the SAP index tables in the mobile client index repository
  • Term SAP Interactive Forms by Adobe What it means capabilities. The solution is tightly integrated into the SAP design-time and run-time environments
  • Term SAP Patch Manager What it means BC-UPG-OCS) Tool for applying patches to a customer system
  • Term SAP Internet Transaction Server What it means Server (ITS) enables users to communicate directly with the SAP system by running business
  • Term SAP Java Connectivity Builder What it means for Java applications. These utility classes and method calls are called Java Proxy. The Java Proxy
  • Term SAP Java Connector What it means components and applications in Java. The SAP Java Connector (JCo) supports communication with the
  • Term SAP Java Resource Adapter What it means JRA) enables you to integrate SAP systems with J2EE application servers. The SAP JRA implements the
  • Term SAP kernel What it means by the SAP Web AS. The SAP kernel is reponsible for: Executing applications Managing user processes
  • Term SAP key figure What it means system during initial configuration. During this process, SAP key figures are written to the
  • Term SAP Knowledge Provider Web Server What it means The KPro Web Server is implemented as an Internet Information Server (IIS) application
  • Term service code (IS-A-DBM) What it means OEM-specific key that identifies a vehicle model with regard to service processing
  • Term SAP Learning Solution What it means comprises: Learning Portal Training Management Course Content Player Authoring Environment Learning
  • Term SAP Library What it means Standard function in the Help menu for displaying SAP System online documentation
  • Term SAP license What it means the system is not possible
  • Term SAP List Viewer What it means user-interface technology. KY3526BEBCBDB126F1E000080009927D9B ABAP List Viewer U3SAP List Viewer
  • Term SAP liveCache What it means sharing among several applications. SAP liveCache: Has a very large main memory Behaves like an
  • Term SAP lock What it means implemented using lock function modules
  • Term SAP Logging API What it means the SAP Logging API to enable logging function for your application
  • Term SAP logon ticket What it means systems (using Single Sign-On
  • Term SAP Portfolio Graphics What it means in multi-product companies. SAP Portfolio Graphics helps to provide information about the current
  • Term SAP task What it means in your own workflows and as models for your own tasks. You cannot change SAP tasks, but you can
  • Term SAP LUW What it means all. Related sequence of programming units which when executed can be distributed across several
  • Term SAP manifest What it means contains information on software logistics processes. This includes the following: Descriptions of
  • Term SAP Maps What it means provided by SAP and its partners in 19 industries. The following analytical tools are available for
  • Term SAP MarketSet Bulletin Board What it means marketplaces, trading hubs, and private exchanges unifying postings from marketplace services and
  • Term SAP MaxAttention What it means demand mission-critical customized support. The offering includes a permanent on-site support team
  • Term SAP memory What it means the SAP memory is via SPA/GPA parameters
  • Term SAP Memory What it means sessions of a user session. ABAP programs can access SPA/GPA parameters that are stored in the SAP
  • Term SAP menu What it means Main R/3 menu. From the SAP menu, you can access the full range of R/3 functions
  • Term SAP Mobile Engine What it means SAP ME) enables you to mobilize non-SAP applications. It supports mobile devices such as Personal
  • Term SAP Mobile Engine ABAP Server Component What it means Application Server. The SAP ME ABAP Server Component is responsible for: - Queueing and
  • Term SAP Mobile Engine Client Component What it means device and that provides the mobile applications with UI programming models and framework services
  • Term SAP Mobile Infrastructure ABAP Server Component What it means SAP Web Application Server. The SAP Mobile Infrastructure (MI) ABAP Server Component is responsible
  • Term SAP Mobile Infrastructure Client Component What it means mobile device and that provides the mobile applications with UI programming models and framework
  • Term SAP Mobile Infrastructure J2EE Server Component What it means the SAP J2EE Engine. It is responsible for installing the SAP MI Client Component and for
  • Term SAP Mobile Infrastructure Web Console What it means SAP Mobile Infrastructure (MI) Client Component
  • Term SAP name What it means User's name in the SAP system
  • Term SAP System Operation Manual What it means policies. The document should include detailed descriptions, persons responsible, and escalation
  • Term SAP NetWeaver What it means selected SAP partner solutions. SAP NetWeaver is a Web-based platform that serves as a foundation
  • Term SAP NetWeaver Developer Studio What it means Java. SAP NetWeaver Developer Studio is based on Eclipse and contains a range of plug-ins. It
  • Term SAP NetWeaver system What it means business applications. Depending on the intended use of the system, all SAP NetWeaver software
  • Term SAP Network Graphics What it means SAP Network Graphics presents the flow of a project or an individual activity within the project
  • Term SAP Note download What it means A procedure in the Note Assistant that downloads SAP Notes directly into your system
  • Term SAP Note queue What it means Notes as prerequisites, the Note Assistant finds these SAP Notes and loads them into the system. It
  • Term SAP Note upload What it means hard drive and then using a file transfer to upload it in the Note Assistant (transaction SNOTE
  • Term sell-in (CRM-MKT) What it means account manager introduces planning to the retail buyer and creates sales orders by arrangement
  • Term SAP object event repository What it means discovery across disparate applications. This information is stored in SAP object event repository
  • Term SAP ODA Connector What it means provides the following functions: OPC server browsing Namespace browsing Reading process data from
  • Term SAP Online Store What it means that enables users to create customer data, enter orders, and conduct credit card transactions. The
  • Term SAP OPC Data Access What it means reading and writing of values from and into any OPC Data Access server of version 2.0 or higher
  • Term SAPPHIRE What it means SAP conference which takes place several times a year in different regions of the world
  • Term SAP OS/DB Migration Check What it means system and/or database. Includes templates for project documentation, SAP migration tools, and
  • Term SAP Package Assembly/Distribution Engine What it means collective conflict resolution transports for their add-ons
  • Term SAP Paging What it means of memory, similarly to operating system paging. SAP Paging enables the roll area to be extended
  • Term SAP Passport What it means Certification Authority (CA
  • Term SAP Premium Support What it means Standard Support by adding accelerated issues resolution through SLAs, annual IT assessments and
  • Term SAP print client What it means An SAP system from the SAP system landscape that uses Central Print Management for output services
  • Term SAP protocol What it means TCP/IP protocol extension with a length field and some error information. To allow only the SAP
  • Term SAP Pushbutton Graphics What it means to call particular programs, you can click the individual pushbuttons
  • Term SAP Query What it means to define and execute their own reports. To determine the structure of reports in SAP Query, you
  • Term SAP R/3 Enterprise Extension What it means Core. SAP R/3 Enterprise Extensions are shipped as part of an add-on to the SAP R/3 Enterprise
  • Term SAP R/3 Plug-In What it means BW, SAP CRM) and one or more SAP R/3 systems. The SAP R/3 Plug-In unites the plug-ins APO-CIF, CRM
  • Term SAP Reference IMG What it means sorted by application component
  • Term SAP Reference Structure What it means process. As of Release 4.6A, the SAP Reference Structure replaces the R/3 Reference Model. The SAP
  • Term SAP Retail (IS-R) What it means supports the retailer in practicing competitive assortment policies and efficient consumer
  • Term SAP Retail (SAP) What it means supports the retailer in practicing competitive assortment policies and efficient consumer
  • Term scale (IS-R) What it means condition depending on values, quantities, volumes, weight or points
  • Term SAP Retail Store What it means system at headquarters directly for many business processes. Specially designed entry screens and a
  • Term SAP Review Program What it means project. It gives executive management and the project manager at customer sites a second opinion
  • Term SAP Security Library What it means Library is a dynamic link library that is located on each application server. It provides the
  • Term SAP system service What it means SAP system include the DBMS service and the application services. The application services are the
  • Term SAP Service Marketplace What it means the public SAP web site available to customers and partners. SAP employees can also access all
  • Term SAP Services Map (SV) What it means by SAP and its partners. The SAP Services Map encompasses technical support and services that
  • Term SAP Services Map (SV-ASA) What it means SAP and its partners. The SAP Services Map encompasses technical support and services that support
  • Term SAP Smart Forms What it means forms and print programs into a single unit. To print a form, you only need a program for data
  • Term SAP SNC mode What it means functions for SAP SNC to be used
  • Term SAP Software Change Registration What it means provides an overview. SAP Software Change Registration does not register SAP matchcodes and tuning
  • Term SAP Solution Map What it means industries. An SAP Solution Map shows the solutions SAP and its partners provide for these
  • Term serialization (MDM) What it means sense (foreign key dependencies
  • Term SAP Solution Map Telecommunications What it means enterprise seen from an end-customer-oriented integrated process perspective. It helps to
  • Term SAP Solutions for Small and Midsize Businesses What it means Financials and Accounting Customer Relationship Management Product Lifecycle Management Human
  • Term SAP spool system What it means sent to a printer or stored with SAP ArchiveLink. The SAP spool system allows ABAP programs to
  • Term SAPphone What it means party vendors to connect their telephony software to the SAP system. SAPphone provides services
  • Term SAP Standard Support What it means functional enhancements and updates, as well as integrated support for SAP and partner products. It
  • Term SAP Statistical Graphics What it means diagram can contain up to 16 curves, and each curve can have up to 2,000 points. Display options
  • Term SAP Supplier Self-Services What it means management in conjunction with Enterprise Buyer
  • Term SAP system What it means ABAP-based or J2EE-based, depending on the NetWeaver AS usage type
  • Term SAP system group What it means several transport groups or transport domains. While the transport domain is an administrative unit
  • Term SAP system icon What it means collapse the list of application areas and functions in the user menu
  • Term SAP system ID What it means Three-character name to identify an SAP System
  • Term SAP transaction processing due list What it means processes. Each time a DRM relevant transaction is processed in the ERP system, a record is created
  • Term SAP Tree What it means A graphics product for displaying hierarchies
  • Term SAP Trust Center Service What it means certificates issued by the SAP Certification Authority (CA
  • Term SAP update system What it means either fully completed in the database, or not made at all
  • Term SAP Value Calculators What it means purchasing and implementing SAP business solutions
  • Term SAP Web dispatcher What it means of the SAP Web Application Server is being used at any one time, the SAP Web dispatcher accepts
  • Term SAP Web Repository What it means Examples of Web objects are HTML templates, language resource files and MIME files
  • Term SAP workflow What it means them directly. An SAP workflow can be implemented using task-specific Customizing. You can create
  • Term SAP xApp Analytics What it means strategic objectives and measurements, then take appropriate action guided by strategic insights in
  • Term scheduler (SRM-EBP-CON) What it means processes in the system like, for example, the expiration of a contract or the triggering of a
  • Term SAP xApp Cost and Quotation Management What it means manufacturers. SAP xApp Cost and Quotation Management (SAP xCQM) facilitates the creation of
  • Term SAProuter What it means you to manage network security and the routing of traffic to and from the SAP system. It also
  • Term SAP xApp Integrated Exploration and Production What it means production front-office operations. SAP xApp Integrated Exploration and Production (xIEP
  • Term SAP xApp Product Definition What it means insight and idea management, concept development and requirements management. SAP xApp Product
  • Term SAP xApp Resource and Portfolio Management What it means across multiple portfolio items. SAP xApp Resource and Portfolio Management (SAP xRPM) integrates
  • Term SAP XSLT processor What it means System program integrated in the kernel for the execution of XSL transformations
  • Term SAP@Web Studio What it means Transaction Server (ITS), access data in the SAP system, and users can run from any Web browser
  • Term SAPconnect What it means SAPconnect enables third-party vendors to connect their communication servers to the SAP system
  • Term SAPEVT What it means An SAP program for triggering SAP events from an external system
  • Term SAPfind What it means An authoring system for developing hypertext books in the SAP system
  • Term SAPforms What it means to start a workflow offline or execute a work item
  • Term SAPforms Designer What it means A tool for processing SAPforms forms so that they can communicate with an SAP System
  • Term SAPforms form What it means create SAPforms forms with programs such as Microsoft Visual Basic or Microsoft Outlook. You can
  • Term SAPforms form task What it means The various SAPforms form tasks can be distinguished by: Task container Task description Agent
  • Term SAPinst What it means installation, the initial configuration, and the system copy of SAP systems based on SAP NetWeaver
  • Term saplicense What it means A program for installing and monitoring the SAP License
  • Term SAPlpd What it means data from the spool work process and forwards it to the Windows print manager for further
  • Term SAPNet What it means and uses a Web browser as GUI. SAPNet is also available to SAP partners and customers who have a
  • Term sappfpar What it means statement: sappfpar check pf= Output consists of any configuration errors or bottlenecks
  • Term SAPscript What it means following components: An editor for entering and editing text Styles and forms for designing the
  • Term SAPterm What it means The SAP terminology database
  • Term SAPup What it means system based on ABAP The upgrade runs in sequential phases. SAPup starts the tools R3load, tp, and
  • Term SAPXPG What it means SAP program that starts external programs on a target host
  • Term sash What it means application area list and task list. To do this, you click on the sash and drag
  • Term save What it means database. Before saving the data, the SAP system performs consistency checks. If an error occurs
  • Term save as complete What it means data to the database. Before saving the data, the system performs consistency checks. If errors
  • Term save as incomplete What it means This allows initiators to save the opportunity, even if it contains errors, in order to revisit and
  • Term save as new What it means copying information from an existing object. Differs from 'copy to new' in that the
  • Term save set What it means created by ON-Archive or the storage manager for ON-Bar during a database backup, archive, or
  • Term save window What it means perform your save operation
  • Term save without check What it means processing. In this case, the SAP System does not perform consistency checks and data is not
  • Term Save your entries What it means A standard formulation when saving data for more than one object or for a temporary save
  • Term saved searches What it means A field in the header area of the navigation frame to select saved searches
  • Term savings What it means an absolute amount or a percentage
  • Term serialization (SCM-EWM) What it means Identification of single units of a product through assignment of serial numbers
  • Term savings book What it means savings account owed to the creditor by the bank in the form of a bound book. Payment items that
  • Term savings made in the cost of living What it means meals. They are needed to calculate the additional expenses for meals
  • Term savings per free-up of a storage bin What it means quantity that lead to the freeing-up of storage bins
  • Term savings per prevented loss What it means through which a potential loss can be prevented
  • Term scalability What it means allow simultaneous access to the portal for thousands of users from any device. This is achieved by
  • Term scale (BC-DB) What it means A figure that specifies the number of decimal places
  • Term scale (PA-PD) What it means appraisal elements. The system includes quality scales and quantity scales
  • Term scale base type What it means Depending on the scale base type, the scale can be a value, quantity, weight, or volume scale
  • Term scale base value What it means level. The scale base value can be the value or quantity that has been entered in the document
  • Term scale level What it means absolute, relative or proportional, that controls how the condition rate in the condition record
  • Term scale price What it means Price used for valuating the total quantity with the price from the last interval
  • Term scheduled finish date What it means The planned finish date of an order without the float after production
  • Term scale rate What it means is used in pricing in combination with the scale value to calculate the condition value for a
  • Term scale type (LE) What it means whether the scale values that were entered define the upper or lower limit for the scale: From a
  • Term scale type (SD) What it means the maximum value for the price, discount, or surcharge. Scale types are: From-scale To-scale With
  • Term scale unit What it means A unit of measure to which a quantity scale refers
  • Term scale value What it means is granted. Example: For more than 10 pieces, a discount of 5% is granted. The 10 pieces are
  • Term scaling What it means is exceeded, a different price applies to the total quantity. In this way, higher consumption can
  • Term scaling factor What it means customer group and the normed consumption (1000 kWh/a
  • Term scaling factor abbreviation What it means factor 1000. Mill. [= million] for the scaling factor 1 000 000
  • Term scheduler service (MP-APP-DPE) What it means to manage background processes running at regular intervals of time
  • Term scan level What it means must be scanned on several consecutive levels, depending on language configuration, system
  • Term scanned letter What it means traditional postal delivery. Once the company receives the mail, it is scanned into the system and
  • Term scanner What it means film into pixel-based raster graphics, and subsequently into bit patterns. This procedure
  • Term scanning What it means material to register the movement of the material through the cash register
  • Term scenario (CA) What it means following are examples of what you can store in the scenario: A descriptive short and long text For
  • Term scenario (CRM-MKT) What it means A combination of marketing projects that describes an approach to a possible future business goal
  • Term scenario (FI-GL) What it means business view specifies which posting data is transferred from different application components to
  • Term scenario (FS-BA) What it means that already exists for the primary objects. Is used in simulations
  • Term scenario (IS-B-SA-ALM) What it means data situation, such as a period of high interest rates with an inverse yield curve.A scenario can
  • Term scenario (LO-PDM) What it means Assignment of ALE distribution packets to an application and its related applications
  • Term scenario (SCM-EM) What it means processes for shipping dangerous goods All business processes for canceling a purchase order All
  • Term scenario (SCM-FC-PMC) What it means are for example the Vienna procure-to-stock scenario or the Vienna sell-from-stock scenario
  • Term scenario (SV-ASA) What it means business flow as a series of different individual processes that are linked sequentially and
  • Term scenario dashboard What it means which portfolio items have been included in each scenario and when the scenario was last updated
  • Term scenario data point What it means value effectiveness test. Its data is determined using market data scenarios
  • Term scenario data storage What it means banks' own in-house models is stored. Scenario data can be modified as required
  • Term scenario date What it means Date for which historical market data is interpreted as scenario data
  • Term scenario editor What it means A tool for creating scenarios
  • Term scenario for counterparty/issuer risk What it means are relevant for counterparty/issuer risk. For example, market data, economic indicators
  • Term scenario group What it means costing calculations contained in plan scenarios. You can use scenario groups to divide a plan
  • Term scenario ID What it means generates a unique scenario ID value itself or validates the value entered by the user. In both
  • Term scenario modeling What it means Scenario modeling enables you to select portfolio items for inclusion in the scenario, and vary
  • Term Scenario Planner What it means marketing projects by varying parameters such as the marketing spends, segment, response rate, and
  • Term scenario progression (FS-BA-SD) What it means to enable them to define possible or probable developments in the market. Data is interpolated
  • Term scenario progression (IS-B-SA-ALM) What it means of market data. For each scenarion in the progression, the price parameters (for example, interest
  • Term scenario scope What it means A list of the marketing projects that make up a scenario
  • Term scenario set (CRM-MKT) What it means the same business goal
  • Term scenario view What it means between the following views: Detail screen in which all the results of an analysis are shown for a
  • Term schedule (EHS) What it means a substance and therefore the more dangerous it is, the higher the schedule number is
  • Term scheduled meter reading category What it means meter reading order output (reading by the customer or by the utility company) or whether the meter
  • Term schedule (PE) What it means event is created, you can create the schedule by copying the schedule model of the corresponding
  • Term schedule (PE) What it means day schedules for the individual days of the event. Each day schedule is assigned a day segment
  • Term schedule (PE-LSO) What it means you can create the schedule by copying the schedule model of the corresponding course type, or by
  • Term schedule (SCM-APO-PPS) What it means is used to determine the resources to be used to process an operation determine the date when the
  • Term schedule (SCM-APO-PPS) What it means Generic term for detailed scheduling activities
  • Term scheduler manager What it means scheduled, automatic processes in the system such as the expiration of a contract. The scheduler
  • Term Schedule B number What it means the United States, numbers used to classify exported products are called 'Schedule B'
  • Term schedule category What it means schedule The dates list is fully described by its schedule elements. Regular schedule with
  • Term schedule condition What it means for the document. These actions are then marked as possible actions in the document. Example: A new
  • Term schedule data What it means Within a work area For a break To participate in a schedule event (a meeting or special promotion
  • Term schedule exception What it means The result of a schedule that does not exactly meet one or more employee schedule rules
  • Term schedule line What it means example, if the total quantity of an item can only be delivered in four partial deliveries, the
  • Term schedule line category What it means schedule line category influences how such functions as inventory management, material requirements
  • Term schedule line in requirements plan What it means requirement date. The quantity obtained by adding together all the schedule line quantities results
  • Term schedule line type (CRM) What it means example, in the sales order a request schedule line contains the quantity and delivery date
  • Term scheduled payment What it means payment plan item during the payment run
  • Term scheduling agreement delivery schedule line What it means quantity of a material included as an item of a scheduling agreement (a form of outline agreement
  • Term schedule line type (MM-PUR) What it means under scheduling agreements: backlog, immediate requirement, and forecast. Examples of schedule
  • Term Schedule Manager What it means scheduling, execution and control of periodically recurring tasks, such as period-end closing
  • Term schedule model (PE) What it means event type. When a business event is created or planned, the schedule of the business event is
  • Term service code (IS-H) What it means Identification of a service
  • Term schedule model (PE-LSO) What it means When a course is created or planned, the schedule of the course is copied from the schedule model
  • Term schedule priority What it means objectives. The system is delivered with preconfigured schedule priorities which provide a generic
  • Term schedule record What it means billing dates, and budget billing amount due dates
  • Term schema (XAP-OSP) What it means each object class, the schema defines which attributes an instance of the class must have, which
  • Term schedule status What it means versus performance against plan. To derive the schedule status, the system aggregates the effort
  • Term schedule type What it means business process in question and the business partners involved. Example: Calling hours for a
  • Term schedule vehicle What it means Vehicle to which a means of transport with a schedule is assigned
  • Term schedule week What it means days upon which schedule weeks start and end are defined during configuration (start on Sunday and
  • Term schedule-based means of transport What it means Means of transport with a schedule
  • Term scheduled activity What it means The quantity of a specific activity planned as input at the receivers
  • Term scheduled billing period What it means billing period is defined in scheduling. The following periods can be defined in scheduling
  • Term scheduled correspondence What it means are the opposite of unscheduled correspondence. They include the correspondence types that the
  • Term scheduled dates What it means they can be copied in to the network header or WBS element
  • Term scheduled delivery What it means Contractual agreement on energy supply made between two companies based on a schedule
  • Term scheduled processing What it means validity, for a specific effective date without interaction from the user. The date on which the
  • Term scheduled search What it means frequency. Each time the system performs a scheduled search, the results are sent to the user via E
  • Term scheduled start date What it means The planned start date of an order without the float before production
  • Term scheduler (BC-SRV-COM) What it means appointments for multiple participants
  • Term scheduler (BW-WHM) What it means texts, or hierarchies) is to be requested from which InfoSource, DataSource and source system at
  • Term scheduler (CA-GTF) What it means scheduler is the task list, which contains the tasks to be scheduled. The tasks must be created
  • Term scheduler (GRC) What it means A function that allows you to plan a job to perform testin, assessments or sign-off
  • Term scheduler setting What it means canceling Budget Monitoring settings must be explicitly activated by the system administrator
  • Term scheduling (CRM-RPL) What it means assignment. Scheduling is based on the start and end time and estimated duration of a service task
  • Term scheduling (IS-OIL-DS-TD) What it means follows: Group deliveries into shipments Assign shipments to an appropriate vehicle Optimize
  • Term scheduling (IS-U-BF-PS) What it means creation Billing Determination of budget billing amount due dates
  • Term scheduling (PP) What it means an order. Scheduling is performed in: Material requirements planning: In-house production times and
  • Term scheduling agreement (MM) What it means predefined points in time over a certain period
  • Term scheduling agreement delivery schedule What it means material included as an item of a scheduling agreement (a form of outline agreement or longer-term
  • Term scope of application entry What it means or formula is made up of individual scope of application entries
  • Term scheduling agreement processing What it means that were created in an OLTP system and transferred to the APO system through a CIF interface, are
  • Term scheduling agreement release (MM-PUR) What it means delivery by the vendor of part of the total quantity of materials stipulated in a scheduling
  • Term scheduling agreement release (SCM-APO-PPS) What it means on which date/at which time. You use a scheduling agreement release to record the status of
  • Term scheduling agreement release (SD) What it means supplier of a portion of the total quantity of materials defined in the scheduling agreement. The
  • Term schema (BC-CCM-ADK) What it means structure and elements an XML document inside a collection must have, in order to be considered as
  • Term schema (BC-MID-BUS) What it means against which you validate an XML document
  • Term scheduling agreement release schedule line What it means transmitted to the vendor. SAP distinguishes between an SA release schedule line that is generated
  • Term scheduling agreement with release What it means individual forecast delivery schedules or JIT delivery schedules come from the customer by fax or
  • Term schema status What it means Schema version is under construction. Released: Schema version has been released, but valid-from
  • Term scheduling horizon What it means restrictions and scheduled. The scheduling horizon consists of the checking horizon and buffer days
  • Term scheduling job What it means usually a write job). This type of job is only found in the Job Overview in transaction SARA and
  • Term scheduling margin key What it means intervals that are relevant to material requirements planning
  • Term scheduling package What it means Logical collection of several reporting agent settings for background processing
  • Term scheduling period What it means a maintenance plan. The scheduling period can be specified in days, months, and years. Example
  • Term scheduling process What it means receiving a schedule from the system, including: Creating a forecast Entering employee changes
  • Term scheduling rule (CRM-CIC) What it means A formula used to define how contact times are determined during call list generation
  • Term scheduling rule (ICM) What it means settlement schedule items for disbursement. Example Rule 1: The same remuneration amount is paid
  • Term scheduling status What it means deallocated. For an order with the status scheduled, all operations of the order are scheduled
  • Term scheduling strategy What it means Tool. There are two different scheduling strategies: The user determines the start and end time of
  • Term scheduling type (IS-H) What it means Used to characterize time slots for the visit scheduling function in Outpatient Clinic Management
  • Term scheduling type (PM) What it means types are: New start Scheduled Manual call Start within the current cycle
  • Term scheduling work center What it means repetitive manufacturing. If you have not defined a line hierarchy, the production line is the
  • Term scheduling-specific employee information What it means employee when calculating a workforce management schedule for a location. Scheduling-specific
  • Term schema (AP-CAT) What it means the structure of a catalog
  • Term service description (SRD-DEV) What it means Set of documents that describe the interface to and semantics of a service
  • Term schema (CRM-IC-EMS) What it means semantically refers to a certain aspect of a business process or business object. For instance
  • Term schema (IS-U-BI) What it means calculation/processing steps) must be executed
  • Term schema (MDM) What it means organized in rows and columns
  • Term schema step What it means Single component (variant program) of a schema
  • Term scientific notation What it means number is the result of the multiplication of the mantissa by 10 to the power of the exponent
  • Term scope (BC-CUS) What it means environment, time and cost restrictions . The scope defines the R/3 functions and processes that
  • Term scope (SV-ASA) What it means be implemented - 80% of this is defined in the Baseline scope
  • Term Scope Document What it means Document. It contains not only processes, but also new structure elements incorporated into the
  • Term scope of application What it means organizational assignment, and the status of an object such as a formula or recipe. With the scope
  • Term scope of check What it means and business event) in the product availability check. The scope of check is configured in APO
  • Term scope of collateral What it means The receivables in an agreement, for which given collaterals are to serve as security
  • Term score (FIN-SEM-CPM) What it means determine the degree to which the enterprise objectives have been reached. In the Balanced
  • Term score (FIN-SEM-CPM) What it means measure, the values of the assigned value fields are first aggregated to a result value. This
  • Term score (MM-PUR) What it means subcriteria for vendor evaluation purposes. In vendor evaluation, a vendor's overall score is
  • Term score (MP-APP-DPE) What it means create a formula to rank bids
  • Term score (SCM-APO-SCC) What it means production plan created in PP/DS can be evaluated in the Plan Analyzer using a table of key figures
  • Term SCORE What it means Strategic organizational realignment process initiated by the SAP Executive Board in July 2003
  • Term Service Desk What it means SAP Solution Manager function for processing internal customer problem messages
  • Term scoreboard What it means enables you to maximize the value of the portfolio against one or more business objectives and
  • Term scorecard element What it means perspectives, strategies, objectives, measures and initiatives
  • Term scoring (CRM-ANA) What it means Data mining method for analyzing customer behavior
  • Term scoring (IS-H) What it means federal standardized service-oriented diagnosis case groups including all special point rules. The
  • Term screen list What it means in the list buffer during its creation. See also print list
  • Term screen order What it means when the material master is configured in Customizing for theMaterial Master. It is also the order
  • Term scoring method What it means methods include: Manual method The user enters a vendor's score for a subcriterion. The system
  • Term scoring model (CRM) What it means Model for data mining method scoring, in which parameters are defined
  • Term scoring model (XAP-RPM) What it means objectives. The result is a ranked list of portfolio items that can be used for making decisions
  • Term scoring range What it means need a scoring range to compare a vendor's performance with the performance of other vendors
  • Term scrap (PP) What it means The percentage of a material that does not meet quality requirements
  • Term scrap (QM) What it means after rework and that cannot be used for other purposes
  • Term scrap level What it means it is too short), it is recommended for scrapping
  • Term scrap stock What it means stock is mapped using separate stock types
  • Term scrap value What it means these methods for scrap value (memo value): Deduct the scrap value from the base depreciation value
  • Term scrap variance What it means by valuating the unplanned scrap quantities with the target costs less the planned scrap costs. The
  • Term scrapping What it means be used. This occurs, for example, if a material has deteriorated in quality or become obsolete
  • Term scratch pad What it means as an electronic notepad to store miscellaneous information during an interaction. Information from
  • Term screen (BC-DOC) What it means Microsoft Windows that represents an SAP system
  • Term screen (BC-FES-GUI) What it means Primary window of a session
  • Term screen area (BC-DOC) What it means Part of display that can contain one or more group boxes
  • Term screen area (BC-DOC) What it means from detail area, or navigation area is separated from work area
  • Term screen element What it means checkboxes, radio buttons, custom controls, dropdown list boxes, pushbuttons, input/output fields
  • Term secondary business transaction What it means processes: Update of secondary business transactions Key date valuation Year-end closing
  • Term screen group What it means and field melting groups. A screen group of the blueprint framework corresponds to a group box in
  • Term screen layout What it means elements of a screen. It is the part of a screen visible to the user and is created in Screen
  • Term screen layout rule What it means data maintenance Whether these are required entry fields or not optional entry fields
  • Term Screen Painter (BC-DWB-TOO) What it means text editor for defining the underlying screen flow logic and a graphical layout editor for
  • Term Screen Painter (SBO) What it means installed as an SAP Business One add-on and is provided on the SAP Business One CD
  • Term screen part What it means screen areas exist: Main screen Table screen Subscreen View screen
  • Term screen profile What it means screen structure of workflow management. The screen profile is a combination of the screen profile
  • Term screen reader What it means the screen and reads it aloud or outputs it in a braille line. The program supports people who are
  • Term screen sequence (BC-DWB) What it means you often have to process several screens one after the other
  • Term screen sequence (LO-MD) What it means is configured in Customizing for the Material Master . The screen sequence can be assigned to a
  • Term screen source code What it means definition. It contains layout information, the flow logic and meta information of business data
  • Term screen structure What it means communication with the backend. The screen structure must contain all fields of the field group of
  • Term screen variant (BC-DWB-CEX) What it means values to fields Hiding and changing the ready-for-input status of fields Hiding and changing the
  • Term screen variant (CO) What it means following actual data: Manual cost repostings Manual revenue repostings Direct activity allocations
  • Term screen variant (FI) What it means screen (for example, during fast entry of documents
  • Term screening inspection What it means units found during a screening inspection are compared with those found during a sampling
  • Term security (FIN-FSCM-TRM-TM) What it means without this certificate. Examples of securities include bank notes, checks, bonds, and stocks
  • Term screenshot What it means tutorial. The SAP Tutor Recorder records two screenshots for each step: one before and one after
  • Term script (CRM-MT) What it means component, such as Event Handler and Method
  • Term script (CS) What it means and can include variables
  • Term script expression What it means text in the script text field are inserted in the associated placeholder in the template during
  • Term script panel What it means as a text. The text combined here is inserted in the associated placeholder in the template when
  • Term search area What it means data, such as sales documents or customer data
  • Term script text What it means as an ad content attribute. You can for example maintain the 'air con', 'stereo'
  • Term script text field What it means sequentially and separated by commas. The text in the script field is entered as a value in the
  • Term scripting (BC-BSP) What it means as compiled programs are (for example, Java is a compiler language). Unlike compiler programs
  • Term scripting (IS-T) What it means sales negotiations for a specific business transaction or product
  • Term scroll arrow What it means forwards or backwards either vertically or horizintally. Scroll arrows are located at each end of a
  • Term scroll bar What it means generated automatically when a screen or screen element is too large for the area in the window
  • Term scroll bar shaft What it means bar. It extends across the scrollable area
  • Term scrollable What it means attribute is used whenever the defined length of a field exceeds the visible length
  • Term SCS instance What it means server (SCS = SAP Central Services). There is only one such instance in the Java cluster and it
  • Term SDK Compatibility License What it means SDK versions without recompiling. The SDK Compatibility License is valid for a limited period
  • Term SDK Development License What it means using both the UI API and DI API. This license also allows the distribution of add-ons to third
  • Term SDK Implementation License What it means only. This license is intended for partners developing add-ons for self-use only and does not allow
  • Term SDM Repository What it means Repository of all archives and applications in an SAP System that are managed with the SDM
  • Term seal What it means Ensures that the results of the meter reading device are checked by the responsible person and that
  • Term selected item (FI-LC) What it means determine FS items when generating postings. Selected items are assigned to classification keys, up
  • Term seal category What it means category groups the seals of same parameters and purpose of use into collections. In a seal
  • Term seal code What it means is specified by the manufacturer or by the company that uses the seal. Two different seals can
  • Term sealed bid What it means Bid where respondents may not view the amounts of other bids. All other bid information is visible
  • Term Search & Replace Wizard for Multiple Properties What it means property values. This can be performed in one batch operation for multiple objects
  • Term Search and Classification What it means KM functions and services for finding information and classifying documents
  • Term Search Bar What it means perform a simple search on specified objects. It can be embedded into any composite application
  • Term search category What it means search framework. Examples: Search using function module Search using query BDT search Search
  • Term search engine (BC-TRX) What it means error-tolerant search, linguistic search, Boolean search, and phrase search
  • Term search engine (EP) What it means crawler or a bot ) that goes to every page or representative pages on every Web site that wants to
  • Term search engine service What it means search engine technology. Its service characteristics include: Quick search using attributes and
  • Term search event What it means Management system search events are implemented at certain business-related events (such as access
  • Term search expression What it means the definition of search expressions for CRM cases, CRM transactions and transaction items
  • Term search field What it means Field whose possible input values are sought in the input help process
  • Term search framework What it means claim (such as the search for matching approvals when you access invoice entry). The search
  • Term search help What it means help (F4) for screen fields
  • Term search help attachment What it means can be by data element, table field, the check table or screen
  • Term search help exit What it means adapt the standard flow of the possible entries help process to specific requirements
  • Term search help inclusion What it means Process that links one search help to another search help
  • Term search help parameter What it means Parameters that form the interface between the search help and the screen
  • Term season (IS-U-BI) What it means exactly one year. Separate conditions apply to each period, which are taken into account in billing
  • Term search in results What it means in the results of an initial search. Search in results is a parametric search function. This means
  • Term search index What it means repositories that are connected to KM. A search index allows you to use a full-text search (users
  • Term search mode What it means different search modes, for example, exact search, linguistic search, etc
  • Term search page (CRM) What it means fields and the result list with the search results
  • Term search page (SCM-EM) What it means event handlers and event handler sets. The user specifies a WCL transaction with the required
  • Term search procedure What it means should carry out calculation and processing steps
  • Term search profile What it means profile type. When a user starts a corresponding search request, the system searches on this search
  • Term search profile type What it means type serves as a template for creating search profiles
  • Term search query (BC-SRV-KPR-RET) What it means which the user communicates to the retrieval system what information or documents should be
  • Term search query (PA-ER) What it means later date. A candidate can save search criteria when he or she searches for jobs, for example
  • Term search request What it means to search folders for specific documents
  • Term search result What it means search criteria specified in the search request
  • Term search server What it means provides retrieval functionality. Currently, only RFC servers running on Windows NT (from version 4
  • Term search server relation What it means contains, among other things, information about which search engine and which RFC destination the
  • Term search template element What it means search request. The technical information of a search template element includes: Key of the search
  • Term search type What it means for the same Web interface transaction whether you want to search by location or by delivery
  • Term search variant What it means User-specific variant for the open time slot search in Outpatient Clinic Management
  • Term season (IS-AFS) What it means season, christmas season, easter season), collection and theme
  • Term season (IS-BEV-LO-TS) What it means be defined as a week from/to, or a day or month from/to
  • Term season (IS-R) What it means merchandised and maintained in the information system in a particular way (e.g. summer season
  • Term service location What it means consists of a connection object, premise, and point of delivery
  • Term season level What it means maintained in the purchase requisition, planned order, purchase order, or production order based
  • Term season license plate What it means motorcycles), you can conclude an insurance policy with a season license plate. The duration of the
  • Term secondary cost element What it means Secondary cost elements do not correspond to any G/L account in Financial Accounting. They are used
  • Term secondary costs What it means The cost elements that represent the activity values produced during internal cost allocations
  • Term season processing What it means various collections (for various seasons or lines). This process involves very large data
  • Term season sequence What it means Sequence of time periods that have been previously defined as seasons
  • Term season wind-up What it means reassigned at the end of a season
  • Term seasonal index What it means of the forecast value, if a seasonal model or a seasonal trend model is used to calculate the
  • Term seasonal material What it means such as fashion for the spring/summer season 2001
  • Term seasonal model What it means periodically recurring peak or low values that differ significantly from a stable mean value are
  • Term seasonal procurement What it means and procurement monitoring) which take up the planning process that precedes order processing and
  • Term seasonal trend model What it means consumption flow is characterized by a continual increase or decrease of the mean value
  • Term second COBRA qualifying event What it means COBRA continuation period for an initial COBRA qualifying event. If the coverage continuation
  • Term second injury fund What it means benefits when a pre-existing injury combines with a subsequent injury to produce disability greater
  • Term second placement What it means place. The aim of second placement is to familiarize customers with new products, and increase
  • Term second program grouping What it means determine on a high level the program of benefit plans available for those employees. The system
  • Term second-level report What it means pricing data. The second-level report provides detailed analysis of the formula which determines
  • Term second-stage dealer What it means Second-stage dealers do not trade directly with manufacturers
  • Term second-to-default credit derivative What it means obtains a credit protection for a basket of reference names and the second default of one of these
  • Term secondary BOM What it means A BOM that has item data that is compared to the data of the primary BOM
  • Term secondary buying rate What it means for the subsidiaries. The primary buying rate on the other hand is the rate that the in-house cash
  • Term secondary care sector What it means Hospitalized care sector
  • Term secondary client computer What it means A client computer on which synchronization does not take place
  • Term secondary compensating product What it means included in primary customs processing
  • Term secondary data source What it means from primary data sources, performs calculations, and makes the results available to other
  • Term secondary defective part What it means primarily responsible for the occurrence of the damage
  • Term secondary diagnosis (FS-CM) What it means exclamation mark). If the diagnosis contains the indicator * , this indicates the manifestation
  • Term secondary diagnosis (IS-H) What it means DRG environment: diagnosis for which the Main Code checkbox is not flagged
  • Term secondary event What it means VAT you pay on a purchase Qualify for zero-rated VAT on a sale On the purchases side, the first
  • Term secondary exposure What it means particular primary transaction. See also the primary exposure
  • Term section (FI-SL) What it means more physical rows and columns, which form a logical unit within a Report Painter report
  • Term secondary fixed cost variance What it means occurs only when activity-dependent activity inputs are made for a cost center or business process
  • Term secondary index What it means table in the ABAP Dictionary, an index is created on the primary key fields of the table. Further
  • Term secondary InfoObject What it means InfoObjects can be used to replicate master data to the Reporting BI system. Secondary InfoObjects
  • Term secondary infotype What it means the the category of the compensation plan, either the basic pay, the bonus, the off-cycle or the
  • Term secondary injury fund What it means benefits when a pre-existing injury combines with a subsequent injury to produce disability greater
  • Term secondary method What it means of a dialog work item or a background work item. A secondary method is connected to the leading
  • Term secondary product What it means The secondary product is either NGL (natural gas liquid) or residue
  • Term secondary proportionality What it means progress analysis. In this technique, the performance of a project object depends on the progress
  • Term secondary resource What it means an operation or a phase such as an operator or a transportation container. Secondary resources can
  • Term secondary risk display What it means Defines which value of a security is used to calculate the secondary exposure
  • Term secondary screen What it means Material master screen that can be accessed as an additional screen or by a pushbutton
  • Term settlement statistics What it means broken down by settlement numbers and clients
  • Term secondary script What it means information in a writing system. Example: collections of punctuation symbols numbers shapes
  • Term secondary selling rate What it means the subsidiaries. The primary buying rate on the other hand is the rate that the in-house cash
  • Term secondary table What it means to the primary table of the object
  • Term secondary wage type What it means from specific factors. The technical name of secondary wage types delivered by SAP starts with
  • Term secondary window What it means You can generate them only from a primary window or another secondary window. In secondary windows
  • Term secret key What it means algorithms. Because the same key is used for encrypting as well as for decrypting messages, this
  • Term secret key encryption What it means encrypt and decrypt a message sent over computer networks
  • Term section (BC-DOC) What it means A part of a text that is one or more paragraphs long
  • Term shared employee What it means An employee assigned to one or more work areas at a location other than his or her home location
  • Term section (IS-M-AM) What it means in newspapers and magazines. Work areas in newspapers and magazines include sections such as
  • Term section (PE-LSO) What it means level below the test node. Their purpose is to structure the test according to learning objective
  • Term section code What it means items for the purposes of tax reporting. When a user in these countries posts a withholding tax
  • Term section II What it means to the land are entered, with the exception of liens
  • Term section III What it means Part of the land register page on which liens are entered
  • Term Secure Electronic Transaction What it means payment information over the Internet and other electronic networks. The Secure Electronic
  • Term Secure HyperText Transfer Protocol What it means A secure version of HTTP, providing general transaction security services over the Web
  • Term Secure Multipurpose Internet Mail Extension What it means adding both digital signatures and encryption. Using S/MIME-compliant email packages, users can
  • Term Secure Network Communication What it means components. Strong authentication, integrity protection, and privacy protection may be provided
  • Term security alert What it means been produced by the Security Audit Log. All events recorded by the Security Audit Log according to
  • Term Secure Sockets Layer What it means communications across the Internet. The Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) protocol layer exists between
  • Term secure storage What it means such as passwords. The data stored in the system's secure storage is encrypted
  • Term secure storage area What it means record. For security reasons, this area is not accessible from the file system of a front-end
  • Term Secure Storage Service What it means critical data (for example, passwords
  • Term Secure Store and Forward What it means digital signatures and encryption. The data is protected even if it leaves the SAP System. It may
  • Term securities account What it means required for all financial transactions that require position management. Typically, a securities
  • Term securities account block What it means securities account. In the case of individual classes, the whole item or parts of it can be blocked
  • Term securities account position What it means trading (buying and selling) of securities
  • Term securities account statement What it means the position trend per security, including changes to the acquisition and book values
  • Term securities account transfer What it means target securities account
  • Term securities firm as bank What it means Securities firm that is treated as bank for the calculation of the credit exposure
  • Term securities firm as sovereign What it means Securities firm that is treated as a sovereign in the calculation of the credit exposure
  • Term securities position account What it means record positions relating to a bank's own-account trading in securities. You can use
  • Term securitization pool What it means The receivables underlying a securitization transaction
  • Term service loss What it means if it could not be fulfilled on time
  • Term security (SAP) What it means user authentication, coarse- and fine-grained authorization, and secure exchange of content
  • Term security (SAP) What it means security technologies for e-business solutions, including single sign-on (SSO), role-based
  • Term security (SLL) What it means a prerequisite when applying for an export license or advanced refund payment in accordance with
  • Term Security Audit Log What it means configuration changes or unsuccessful logon attempts. The events to record are defined in the
  • Term security code What it means pages. Example If you want to retrieve your voicemail messages, but you call from another line, you
  • Term security deposit What it means business partner or as a business partner with poor creditworthiness. The following types of
  • Term security deposit transfer What it means contract for the old address and the new contract for the new address. At the same time, any cash
  • Term security deposit type What it means security deposit is made. Example: Cash deposit Savings account Bank guarantee Real estate Bank
  • Term Security Filters Editor What it means A Unification Server tool for creating and assigning security filters to groups and roles
  • Term sub-change process What it means Technical flag that is required when one change process directly follows another
  • Term security level What it means their types. This key evaluates the probability of a payment being made by taking into account that
  • Term security log What it means to identify potential attacks on the system
  • Term security policy What it means The security constraints over the access to protected resource
  • Term security proceeds account What it means Credit account available to the bank once the bank has accepted or valued collateral
  • Term Security Provider Service What it means A J2EE Engine module that enables security and user management on the J2EE Engine
  • Term security retention amount What it means retention amounts for partial invoices never become due, but are cancelled when the final invoice
  • Term security status What it means determines which users are able to view and modify a digital asset
  • Term security zone What it means and services which are accessed by a URL. Access is controlled by means of progressive safety
  • Term see also cross-reference What it means guides users to additional or related information, in particular where the connection is not
  • Term see cross-reference What it means users from the following information to the relevant main entry: Valid and invalid synonyms
  • Term segment (BC-CCM-ADK) What it means Name of the structure for the archiving object; used to tell ADK which tables are to be archived
  • Term segment (BC-SRV-EDI) What it means records. This helps to assign the data to the correct application fields
  • Term segment (CRM-MW) What it means or part of one) which is relevant for the method of the BDoc in which it is used. A segment is not
  • Term segment (FI) What it means reporting. With IAS, a distinction is made between two types of segment: Business segment
  • Term segment (FS-BA-AN-PA) What it means Any combination of characteristic values
  • Term segment (ICM) What it means segment of a portfolio can have different attributes depending on the assigning criteria that are
  • Term segment adjustment What it means still open. A segment adjustment can be: A reversal of a segment A reversal of a segment followed
  • Term segment assignment What it means segment assignment role specifies the type of relationship between commission contract and segment
  • Term segment assignment in portfolio assignment What it means segments and one or more assignment objects. Segment assignment is defined through the assignment
  • Term signing agent What it means application which resulted in a contract
  • Term segment assignment object What it means one or more segments and one or more assignment objects. The segment assignment object is the
  • Term segment assignment role What it means Two types of relationship exist between a segment and the commission contract: o Ensures that there
  • Term Segment Builder What it means An interactive marketing tool which provides a graphical interface for modeling target groups
  • Term segment hierarchy What it means organize existing results data hierarchically. The user defines the segment hierarchy by selecting
  • Term segment hierarchy node What it means Analyzer to limit the number of transactions processed in the aggregation run
  • Term segment modeling What it means are bundled together in a meaningful way into segments. Example Business objects are bundled by
  • Term segment rebook What it means previously closed periods. A segment rebook makes a new allocation for segments of a cycle in
  • Term segment reporting What it means The enterprise determines which criteria constitute the segments. Many organizations use
  • Term segment reversal What it means made in periods that have already been closed. The posting is made in a correction period that has
  • Term segment structure What it means Grouping of characteristics that are used to summarize data at the end of a subvaluation run
  • Term segment summarization What it means hierarchy. This process takes place at the end of the subvaluation runs
  • Term setup characteristic What it means of the production process
  • Term segment table What it means records exist. Each combination is stored with its own unique ID in the segment table
  • Term segment type What it means segment type represents a certain aspect of the portfolio. Example You can divide up a portfolio
  • Term segmentation (BC-I18) What it means some text processing need. Example: Line layout requires segmenting the rendered form of text into
  • Term segmentation (ICM) What it means criteria. Segments are the result of this activity. Example Segmenting a portfolio according to
  • Term segmentation basis What it means segmentation basis is a subset of all the business partners that are contained in CRM
  • Term segmentation characteristic What it means Customer Lifetime Value should be displayed
  • Term selection variant (SCM-APO-FCS) What it means selection variant consists of plannable characteristic value combinations and a demand planning
  • Term segmentation service What it means characteristics and their values in a flexible way. An application can get the segmentation service
  • Term segregation What it means particular other dangerous goods. Example Away from Not above
  • Term segregation key What it means A regulation-dependent grouping of dangerous goods according to similar properties
  • Term segregation of duties What it means is defined as two or more transactions that, when available to a single User, Role, Profile, or HR
  • Term select (BC-DOC) What it means by highlighting it or otherwise marking it with the intent of performing some operation on it
  • Term select (BC-SRV-REP) What it means To read a database table for the data that is to be displayed in a report
  • Term select all What it means Standard R/3 function, which you use to select all objects in a list for further processing
  • Term select block What it means table. To select a block, position the cursor on the first object in the block and choose Select
  • Term selected item (AP-CAT) What it means to the SAP Enterprise Buyer shopping cart. The user can select categories or items without actually
  • Term selected set What it means set enables the user to choose only those code groups and codes of a catalog that are required or
  • Term selection characteristic What it means a primary data source, selection characteristics can be used to restrict the requested dataset
  • Term selection column (BC-FES-GUI) What it means items in the selection column, for which they can then carry out specific functions, for example
  • Term selection column (CRM-PCC) What it means or items in the selection column, for which they can then carry out specific functions, for example
  • Term selection condition (BC-DWB-DIC) What it means with a view. In a selection condition, you can use relational operators to compare the contents of
  • Term selection condition (CO-PA) What it means by selection options - is defined for each characteristic
  • Term selection condition (LO-VC) What it means characteristic, or a BOM component must be selected, if a specific value is assigned to a specific
  • Term selection cover sheet What it means Cover sheet that lists the selection criteria of a program
  • Term selection criterion What it means the selection screen by two input fields for range limits and a button for multiple selection
  • Term selection function What it means marks objects stored in the clipboard for further processing
  • Term selection group What it means point for all reports in a Billing Engine Application (BEA
  • Term selection group ID What it means The selection group ID can be used to group together various selection IDs relating to the same
  • Term Silk Road What it means One of SAP's blended codepages that contains Japanese, English and Greek script
  • Term selection horizon (IS-A-S2L) What it means requirements are selected from the APO. The selection horizon is used for technical purposes only
  • Term selection horizon (PP-MRP) What it means requirements list can be restricted. The selection horizon is defined in the selection rule. It is
  • Term selection include What it means screen of the logical database is defined
  • Term selection list What it means manually or with a material selection program
  • Term selection log What it means contain the following information: Characteristic values used to select the data Statistical data
  • Term selection method (BC-DWB-DIC) What it means which the data for the input help is read
  • Term selection method (IS-HER-CM) What it means A method used to select a specific set of objects based on a predefined procedure
  • Term selection module What it means runs. Selection modules can read data from the Source Data Layer, SAP NetWeaver Business
  • Term selection set What it means Several different requirements selections can be combined into one selection set. This enables you
  • Term selection object What it means addition to filter properties, a selection object contains a number of characteristics whose
  • Term selection option What it means The comparison operator assigned to a selection criterion
  • Term service quantity What it means service in the service master record
  • Term selection period What it means date effectivity is only copied into the worklist if it is effective on one of the days in the
  • Term selection profile (IS-MP) What it means contain class types, classes, and characteristics. The valuation of the characteristics can be
  • Term selection profile (SCM-EM) What it means user uses to select event handlers or event handler sets. The fields that should be displayed to
  • Term selection range What it means workbench worklist. The selection range comprises: Selection period Selection variant (optional
  • Term selection rule (PP-MRP) What it means selection of this data in the stock and requirements list and the planning table for Repetitive
  • Term selection rule (SCM-APO-PPS) What it means requirements, stock and receipt elements in the charts, Elements , Periods , Quantity and Stock in
  • Term selector box What it means or deselect table rows
  • Term self invoice What it means standard vendor invoice. In Spanish, the self invoice is known as documento equivalente
  • Term selection screen (BC-ABA) What it means executable programs, function groups, and module pools using the SELECTION-SCREEN, PARAMETERS, or
  • Term selection screen (BC-DWB-TOO) What it means the underlying flow logic. These elements are generated from ABAP statements. Selection screens
  • Term selection screen (BC-FES-GUI) What it means term in the component BC-ABA
  • Term selection screen event What it means processing. The corresponding event keyword is AT SELECTION-SCREEN
  • Term selection screen processing What it means in which thescreen events PAI and PBO are passed to the ABAP program< in form of selection screen
  • Term selection screen version What it means screen versions enable you to suppress specific components of the standard selection screen. When
  • Term sell What it means service and support, and partner offerings to better meet customer requirements
  • Term selection table What it means and the name of a selection criterion. Is used for the internal storage of a selection condition
  • Term selection type (BW-WHM) What it means in an aggregate. Every component of an aggregate (characteristics and navigation attributes) has to
  • Term shared workset What it means A workset is shared if a version of this iView is used in more than one business package
  • Term selection type (IS-U-EDM) What it means according to predefined criteria. Example: If points of delivery are grouped in a settlement unit
  • Term selection variant (CO) What it means Cost centers Activity types Business processes Orders Work breakdown structure elements One or more
  • Term selection variant (FS-BP) What it means determining the total commitment as defined in the Customizing settings. The selection variant
  • Term selection variant (IS-HMED) What it means each time you call a view in the clinical work station, you can enter these once, save them and
  • Term selection variant (IS-U-EDM) What it means Compiles settlement units that are to be settled together
  • Term selection variant (LO) What it means report is started, they can be entered once and saved as a selection variant. Different variants
  • Term selection variant (PP-BD) What it means can serve selection criterion that you frequently use when entering the Engineering Workbench as
  • Term selection variant (PP-BD) What it means which parameter effectivity a change status must have to be copied to the worklist. A change status
  • Term self-assessment test What it means knowledge. Self-assessment tests are taken unsupervised. The results can be stored
  • Term self-billing invoice What it means that has not received an invoice from the supplier. The prices have been predefined by the customer
  • Term Self-Billing Monitor What it means window displays all of the open transmissions of self-billing documents, according to their status
  • Term self-description What it means In the self-description, the candidate can store a short description of his or her skills and
  • Term self-payer What it means payments to the hospital
  • Term self-payer insurance relationship What it means If invoices are to be addressed directly to the patient, the insurance relationship of the patient
  • Term self-service procurement What it means procurement ensures compliance and reduces process costs by decentralizing the process while
  • Term sell-in (IS-HT-DRM) What it means distributor/reseller for subsequent resale. For the manufacturer/supplier, this process begins with
  • Term sequence (PP) What it means you can create structures in the routing, that are similar to networks but less complex. Sequence
  • Term sell-through What it means For a distributor/reseller, this process begins with the creation of a sales order and ends in
  • Term selling country What it means A country in which merchandise is sold for export
  • Term semantic integrity What it means Correctness and completeness of the data in a database in terms of content
  • Term semantical adapter What it means between SAP Business One integration for SAP NetWeaver and other system types, such as mySAP ERP
  • Term Semantical Integration Model What it means Business Integration Units throughout the integration task. Semantic integration models (SIMs) also
  • Term semaphore What it means Used for protecting shared resources against simultaneous access from several processes
  • Term semifinished product What it means An unfinished product. Describes the material type
  • Term send attribute What it means Property that can be assigned to a document
  • Term send mail What it means external recipients at runtime. The step definition contains all the input fields required to
  • Term sender What it means allocation values for neutralization. These values are attributed to the sender during
  • Term sender adapter What it means Integration Engine. The sender adapter converts the data received from the component into an XML
  • Term sender agreement What it means particular sender/receiver pair, that is, how the Integration Server behaves towards the sender of
  • Term sender control record What it means at runtime. You can control this behavior with the configuration of the sender control record. To
  • Term sender cost center What it means A sender cost center provides activity (via activity types) and/or costs to other CO objects
  • Term sender structure What it means using a program, or from a file. Also, the structure of the data that is to be transported from EC
  • Term sender type What it means ETM. You can use the sender type to assign a reference type, and therefore also an account
  • Term sending application What it means Identification of the system that transfers items for posting
  • Term sending company What it means Company from which the Shukko employees originally come
  • Term sending country What it means country is not necessarily the employee's country of origin or home country. Example An
  • Term server table What it means it has forwarded HTTP(S) requests in the server table
  • Term sequence (XAP-MII) What it means execution of the action groupings
  • Term sequential processing What it means order in which they are generated. If several spool work processes are running on one spool server
  • Term sending payroll What it means originate. Payroll for global employees is, as a rule, performed in two countries. A data exchange
  • Term sending system What it means The system from which a business document is sent to the receiving system via SAP XI
  • Term seniority What it means transaction or a collateral item can be described as senior or junior
  • Term seniority date preference What it means shift times during scheduling. Managers enter the hire date and start date when adding an employee
  • Term seniority group What it means coverage, employee contributions, or employer contributions for benefit plans vary. Seniority
  • Term seniority leave What it means The leave entitlement based on the number of years of service in an enterprise
  • Term seniority of portion What it means Sequence in which multiple portions within a collateral agreement are attributed to an exposure
  • Term seniority of tranche What it means the value this key figure has is junior
  • Term sensitivity analysis What it means shows how the portfolio values respond to changes in influencing factors, such as the exchange
  • Term sensory analysis What it means Examination of returned goods based on sensory analysis
  • Term successor (BC-CTS) What it means A version immediately following another version created by the check-in the DTR
  • Term SEPA credit transfer What it means customer accounts located in the Single Euro Payments Area (SEPA). SEPA credit transfers are
  • Term separate language transport What it means imported separately to the executable code for the business package. When new languages are made
  • Term separate provision of cover funds What it means clearing relationship (no vostro/nostro account connection
  • Term separation allowance What it means Sector for a temporary assignment
  • Term separation label What it means Plant-specific customer number Language Assortment list type Assortment list version Valid-from
  • Term separation of assets What it means bank account required for for third-party management of property
  • Term separation payment What it means A scheme by which employers pay money to employees when or before they leave the company
  • Term separation rule What it means when the partnership ends (either as scheduled or unscheduled
  • Term sequence (BC-ABA) What it means keywords and is executed only once without conditions
  • Term sequence (FS-CMS) What it means The order in which several assets are assigned to one collateral agreement
  • Term sequence (LO-MD) What it means Order of activities in a process structure
  • Term service loss reason What it means not be completely fulfilled
  • Term sequence definition What it means phase can only be processed in the PI sheet after you have finished processing another phase. By
  • Term sequence number (IS-BEV-LO-TS) What it means element of a defined sales call sequence
  • Term sequence number (SBO) What it means various documents such as checks or contacts. This number is normally incremented by one each time
  • Term sequence number (SCM-EM) What it means document flow. SAP EM then sends this data together to the document flow
  • Term sequence number (SCM-EWM) What it means Management (EWM) is to use if multiple product group types and product groups have been defined in
  • Term sequence of characteristics What it means The Catalog Manager can change the characteristic display sequence for a catalog in SAP Catalog
  • Term sequence of product allocation procedures What it means the corresponding processing sequences during the check
  • Term sequence of scenarios What it means complex sequence of market data. Unlike scenario progressions, in a sequence of scenarios the dates
  • Term sequence rule What it means Determines the order in which curriculum type elements occur in a curriculum
  • Term sequence schedule (PP-FLW) What it means graphically in the sequence schedule
  • Term sequence schedule (SCM-APO-PPS-MMP) What it means and postprocessing functions. The sequence schedule displays the sequence of the planned orders for
  • Term sequence strategy What it means route, and in which order. Examples: Fixed sequence (F), all locations must be served (C) Fixed
  • Term sequence-dependent setup activity What it means that is, on which operation was previously processed on the resource
  • Term sequenced JIT call What it means sequenced JIT call is the sequence-specific staging of the parts delivered to production.Therefore
  • Term sequencing (PP-FLW) What it means sequence of the finished products for a line is represented graphically in the sequence schedule
  • Term sequencing (SCM-APO-PPS) What it means Specifying the processing sequence for operations or orders
  • Term sequencing (SCM-APO-PPS-MMP) What it means the sequence of planned orders in the short-term planning horizon. Various complex procedures can
  • Term sequential file What it means stored one after the other without a key
  • Term sequential markets What it means the exploitation right has been released. Rights to a novel can for example first be granted to
  • Term sequential reading What it means is positioned directly at the start of the file and is moved, bit by bit through the file. The data
  • Term sequential sampling inspection What it means unit or an additional sample depends on all the results that have previously been recorded during
  • Term serial number (LO-MD) What it means differentiate that item from other items of the material. The combination of material number and
  • Term serial number (MM) What it means 23C, and RG 23D. The entries in the registers are numbered consecutively. In register RG 23D, all
  • Term serial number (SCM-EWM) What it means in order to differentiate the individual piece from all the other pieces. The combination of
  • Term serial number profile (LO-MD) What it means conditions and business transactions for issuing serial numbers to serialized materials. You must
  • Term serial number profile (PM) What it means conditions and operations for assigning serial numbers for serialized materials. The serial number
  • Term service bulletin What it means or obligatory changes to an aircraft or engine
  • Term serial number profile (SCM-EWM) What it means conditions and operations for assigning serial numbers for serialized products. The serial number
  • Term serial number requirement What it means and how serial numbers should be assigned to a product. Possible serial number requirements include
  • Term Serial Shipping Container Code What it means shipment or transaction. The SSCC is the license plate used on variable content containers, pallets
  • Term serial switching What it means The consumption of all the registers in a series is measured by the first register in the series
  • Term serial workflow What it means creation. Once created, serial workflow tasks are not available in the Universal Worklist (UWL
  • Term serializable object What it means An object that can be represented in a byte array
  • Term serialization (BC-ABA) What it means XSLT program or a Simple Transformation. If XSLT is used, a canonical XML representation (asXML) is
  • Term serialization (BC-MID-ALE) What it means other are distributed, particularly master data objects. By distributing messages serially, a
  • Term serialization (LO-MD) What it means Identification of material items by the assignment of serial numbers
  • Term serialization context What it means messages with the same serialization context arrive at the receiver in the same sequence that they
  • Term server-side rendering What it means rendering device, such as a browser
  • Term service component What it means manipulate to provide the data you require in a single service component. A service component can
  • Term serialization effect What it means queued Remote Function Call (qRFC). For transfers using qRFC, the system adheres strictly to the
  • Term serialization group What it means also distributed in this sequence
  • Term serialization procedure What it means serialized material. The serialization procedures are bundled in serial number profiles. Examples
  • Term serialization reporting point What it means through this reporting point in exactly the same sequence as they pass through the component
  • Term service calculation What it means various purposes. The calculation is customer-defined and based on employee data
  • Term series What it means documents. In Brazil, it represents a group of notas fiscaís and in India, it represents a group of
  • Term series type What it means organized in rows or columns
  • Term server What it means network. Depending on the type, a server can: Grant and withdraw authorizations (domain server
  • Term server control block What it means Object in the class CL_HTTP_SERVER that specifies a HTTP connection with all attributes
  • Term server event What it means represented at runtime as a Java class
  • Term server group What it means processing for data archiving. These server groups are defined in transaction SM61 and entered in
  • Term server network What it means network is decisive in achieving high availability of the SAP System. In this area, additional
  • Term server PIN What it means want to retrieve your voicemail messages, but you call from another line, you first must identify
  • Term server process What it means Each server process is multi-threaded, and can therefore process a large number of requests
  • Term server proxy What it means XI Integration Server or the Web service runtime
  • Term Server Tools What it means machine. The services include: License service Backup service Mail service DI Server A management
  • Term service (AP-BE) What it means used by several SAP application components via defined interfaces. The outcome and results of a
  • Term service (BC-FES-ITS) What it means from a Web browser an application that accesses data in the SAP System. A service consists of a
  • Term service (BC-MID-BUS) What it means sap.client:getFunctionInterface. There are various types of services: flow, Java, C/C
  • Term service (BC-XI) What it means usually use a service to represent a technical or business unit that represents part of the
  • Term service (BW) What it means Parameterized service type
  • Term service (CRM-BTX-CTR) What it means by a third party. EXAMPLE The dispatch of information materials The issuing of a resident's
  • Term service call (SBO) What it means to resolve customer complaints
  • Term service (EP-PIN-ROL) What it means that has a visual representation) and/or can be started using a URL. Generally, a service is
  • Term service (IS-H) What it means Performable service or material for a medical case
  • Term service (MM-SRV) What it means performed internally or procured externally (outsourced). Services are regarded as consumed at the
  • Term service (PE) What it means company cafeteria or a visitors' canteen. Services are assigned to the rooms to which they
  • Term service access point What it means service provided by a provider
  • Term service action What it means during the service check
  • Term service advisor What it means serviced, inspects the vehicle with the customer, notes details on what has to be repaired, and may
  • Term service agent What it means Person who carries out a service
  • Term service agreement What it means prices) and available products are defined. These conditions and products apply for all service
  • Term service analytics What it means analysis, service cost, and profitability analysis, which allow the planning and optimization of
  • Term service charge settlement header What it means entire service charge settlement. A service charge settlement header contains: Settlement category
  • Term service API What it means integration for data transfer from the source systems to BI. The service API makes it possible to
  • Term Service Archive file What it means zar extension) with a defined directory structure and it contains a descriptor file, called service
  • Term service area (CRM-RPL-SRV) What it means being available for resources to service. Resources can be assigned to primary and alternative
  • Term service area (IS-T) What it means connection, taking technical aspects such as damping and loop resistance into account. In small
  • Term service area (IS-U-WA) What it means that require similar order processing are grouped into a service area. Example: Street cleaning
  • Term service area (SCM-APO-MSP) What it means example, a part of a building. It is modeled as a single activity resource. A slot reserves
  • Term service area activity What it means Reserves the service area. You can only define one service area activity for a slot task list
  • Term service assurance What it means or the network to trouble resolution and notifying the customer concerned, where necessary
  • Term service audit What it means Part of quality audit
  • Term service billing What it means for services correctly and to bill the parties accordingly
  • Term Service Browser What it means CAS). The Service Browser is accessed through the CAF Runtime Configurator in SAP NetWeaver and is
  • Term service catalog What it means purposes, including: Billing for services Documenting performed services Re-allocating service
  • Term service category (IS-H) What it means determination, service re-mapping, charge factor value determination and in evaluations. Examples
  • Term service category (IS-U-IDE) What it means types to the service category in Customizing
  • Term service category (IS-U-WA) What it means Management (IS-U-WA) component. Examples of service categories include street cleaning and winter
  • Term service center What it means The primary function of a service center is to execute customer service requests. For a
  • Term service charge category What it means generating and checking settlement participation. This category determines which condition types
  • Term service charge group What it means expenses Heating costs General costs (operating and heating expenses
  • Term service charge key What it means between: Apportionable service charge keys: in the settlement, these costs can be apportioned to
  • Term service charge settlement verification What it means Details are verified against the following: Contract data Advance payments Previous settlement
  • Term service company What it means include: Distribution of publications Obtaining orders Carrier collection Performance of research
  • Term Service Computation Date What it means employees, such as leave or retirement. The U.S. Federal government has several service computation
  • Term service confirmation What it means Business transaction that is used to confirm a service process
  • Term service confirmation item What it means service process. A service confirmation item can only contain one type of confirmed information
  • Term service connection What it means Division-dependent interface between utility grid and connection object
  • Term service container What it means room. The design of a container is blended in the room design
  • Term service manager (IS-A-DBM) What it means the entire service operation of the dealership. A service manager may also help the service
  • Term service contract (CRM-BTX-CTR-SCO) What it means performed for a customer. A service contract describes which services will be performed for which
  • Term service contract (CS) What it means performed for a customer. A service contract describes which services are performed, for which
  • Term service contract (IS-EC-BOS) What it means There are two contractual forms: unit price contract flat-rate contract As a rule, service
  • Term service contract (SBO) What it means prices and available products are defined. These conditions and products apply for all service
  • Term service contract quotation What it means service contract. The service contract quotation can be preceded by a customer inquiry for a
  • Term Service Control Manager What it means service administration or service control program, which is started by Microsoft Windows when a
  • Term service cost center What it means The cost center that supports other cost centers in the performance of their activities
  • Term service customization What it means customization tool, you can configure or customize the Enterprise Service Framework (ESF) service
  • Term service date What it means or street cleaning). Service dates are calculated via the service frequency and a time slice of the
  • Term service description (BC-FES-ITS) What it means description is defined in the relevant service file
  • Term service description (MM-SRV) What it means service specifications for each individual service or task to be performed
  • Term Service Development Workbench What it means Service Sessions, such as the SAP Early Watch and SAP GoingLive Check services. These Service
  • Term Service Provisioning Markup Language What it means information, for example, users, groups, or roles
  • Term service document What it means Edition), service orders and service notifications are maintained in separate components. The
  • Term Service Editor What it means services that are stored in the PCD or that can be accessed through the PCD
  • Term service employee What it means A member of a service team. The service employee is represented in the system as business partner
  • Term service employee assignment What it means performed. The assignment is displayed as a horizontal bar in the Gantt area of the resource
  • Term service engineer What it means GoingLive Check session or an SAP EarlyWatch Service session
  • Term Service Manager (BC-JAS) What it means A J2EE Engine basic module that acts as a container, in which all J2EE Engine services work
  • Term single-transaction-related collateral What it means Is assigned to one particular financial transaction
  • Term service entry sheet (IS-EC-BOS) What it means status). It is created repeatedly during construction progress and is used as the basis for
  • Term service entry sheet (MM-SRV) What it means containing service descriptions and details of quantities and values. The descriptions of planned
  • Term service factory What it means applying particular services on resources
  • Term service file What it means parameters that determine how ITS-driven applications run. If this information is incomplete at
  • Term service fill What it means if it could be fulfilled on time
  • Term service fill category What it means from which they are delivered. The following service fill categories exists: Standard Redirected
  • Term service fill decision What it means goods issue date/time. The service fill decision is repeated at each goods issue so that the
  • Term service fill executing location What it means service fill executing location is the executing location, except in the case of a one-to-many
  • Term service form What it means Form for entering services and equivalent to the paper forms conventionally used in hospitals
  • Term Service Framework What it means J2EE Engine and provide for achieving system integrity, components lifecycle management
  • Term service frequency What it means a container in waste management. The service frequency is only valid for a certain time slice. The
  • Term service group (CA-GTF-TS-XSS) What it means Used to group applications with related content under one heading on an area page
  • Term service group (IS-H) What it means group exist: Static service groups Dynamic service groups
  • Term service heuristic What it means data for procurement planning; it does not execute procurement planning for products, nor does it
  • Term service index What it means Ascending, unique identifier for a service line
  • Term service infrastructure What it means integrated with mySAP Enterprise Portals) that provide access to services, information, tools, and
  • Term service interval (CRM-BTX) What it means performed. The following service intervals are possible: Time-based intervals (for example, every 6
  • Term service interval (IS-U-WA) What it means in the service frequency, for example, Tuesdays, twice a week
  • Term service pair What it means definition in Customizing - for the service check
  • Term service interval grouping What it means objects. This enables you to control the supply of values in Billing. Service interval grouping
  • Term service item (CRM-BTX) What it means item), or a spare part (spare part item
  • Term service item (IS-EC-BOS) What it means cannot be used in a composite
  • Term service item (MM-SRV) What it means A line in a set of service specifications uniquely identifying a service that is to be procured
  • Term service item list What it means An area in the resource planning tool where you can select service tasks
  • Term service layer What it means service layer has open standards and can be accessed from the following elements in order to use
  • Term service level What it means covered by stock on hand in the warehouse or stores. Between 90% and 95% is sufficient because a
  • Term Service Level Agreement What it means predefined period of time. Service Level Agreements (SLA) define the attributes for service
  • Term service level permissions What it means entity services in CAF Permissions can be defined for an entity service created in the Composite
  • Term service line What it means Quantitative and qualitative description of a service in a bill of service (BOS
  • Term service line cost estimate What it means object. The costing object consists of costing items. Easy Cost Planning is used to determine the
  • Term service link text What it means always displayed on the area page to which a service is assigned. The service link text can also be
  • Term service list What it means in the planning profile. The Planning Service Manager calls the planning services in the specified
  • Term service quality template What it means the minimum wait time, for example, used in place of a forecast when the system is calculating
  • Term service loss reference date/time What it means the customer on the date requested by the customer. If multiple schedule lines refer to the
  • Term service loss schedule line What it means Schedule line for which the requested quantity could either not be fulfilled on time or completely
  • Term service manager (CRM) What it means of the service tasks in his/her department, is personally responsible for the service employees
  • Term service ticket What it means all basic service order functions
  • Term Service Manager (SBO) What it means machine. The Service Manager is used to start and stop the services and configure default settings
  • Term service master What it means procures. There is a service master record for each service description. The service master
  • Term service master record What it means as a physical product, including pricing information
  • Term Service Modeler What it means CAS). The service modeler provides support when modeling application and entity services, their
  • Term service module What it means objects (for example, financial transactions, countries, hedging relationships, physical assets
  • Term service name What it means used by the ITS to call an application and display it in the user's Web browser
  • Term service notification What it means Customer Service. Standard notification types include: Problem notifications Activity reports
  • Term service number What it means service master record or a standard service catalog number (SSC no
  • Term service offer What it means The totality of services that one force element can provide for other force elements
  • Term service order (CRM-BTX-SVO) What it means which the service recipient orders one-off services which are billed when completed using resource
  • Term service order (CS) What it means one-off services are specified by the service recipient in the order and then billed by resources
  • Term service order instance What it means A service order saved temporarily when a Web request is being processed
  • Term service order template What it means involved in a task and/or the parts required to perform the task
  • Term service provisioning What it means sales support, order entry and validation, order processing and service completion (e.g. activating
  • Term service organization What it means service organization is responsible for the commercial success of Service within an existing
  • Term service organization responsible What it means The service organization in charge of the customers
  • Term service package (AP-CAT) What it means services and materials that are required to complete a particular task within a model service
  • Term service package (CRM-BTX-CTR-SCO) What it means agreed between a service provider and a customer within a service contract or as part of a complex
  • Term service parameter What it means application) should run. You define service parameters in the service file of a specific service
  • Term service part What it means repair during a service
  • Term service part confirmation item What it means during a service process. A service part confirmation item always refers to a service part item in
  • Term service part item What it means performance of a service
  • Term service parts management What it means the extended service parts network. It encompasses the entire range of service parts management
  • Term service permission What it means permissions that apply to standard functions. For example, permission to change the approvers
  • Term service plan (CRM-BTX) What it means service plan can be used to help to schedule and describe the scope of recurring planned services
  • Term service plan (CS) What it means deadlines and the scope of the work are defined for a service object. There are three types of
  • Term service plan simulation What it means existing service plans, allowing you to calculate future workloads and resource requirements. The
  • Term service price What it means Unit price per reference value for providing electric power for a certain period of time
  • Term Service Principal Name What it means The name by which a client uniquely identifies an instance of a service
  • Term service process What it means service process can be, for example, a service order, a service request, or a service notification
  • Term service product (CRM-BTX-SVO) What it means customer site or internally. The service product can be used to enter a requested service in a
  • Term service product (CS) What it means In addition to materials detailed in a sales order, the service products can also be listed. The
  • Term service product (SD) What it means product is represented in the system by a material master record. Service products are measured in
  • Term service product confirmation item What it means that are performed within the context of a service process. A service product confirmation item
  • Term service profile (CRM-BTX-CTR-SCO) What it means service profile, you define the time frames when the services specified in the service contract
  • Term service profile (CS) What it means with a notification partner. The availability times defined in the service profile form the basis
  • Term service profile (SCM-BAS-PSM) What it means horizon or times series that are to be considered in the planning run, in the service profile. The
  • Term service profit center What it means allocation in another CO component is transferred. Data is allocated as follows: Using assessment
  • Term service provider (BC-SRV-RM) What it means access to elements. Each service provider is responsible for a particular group of elements
  • Term service provider (CRM-RPL-SRV) What it means Contractor or organization whose work supplies a business need for an enterprise
  • Term service provider (EP-PIN) What it means infrastructure (in the context of a multitenant portal scenario
  • Term service provider (FS-CM) What it means insurance. Examples: Physicians Dentists Medical/surgical supplies stores Hospitals Care services
  • Term service provider (IS-DFS) What it means The force element for which a service offer is defined
  • Term service provider (IS-U) What it means Energy generation Energy sales Energy supply Energy transmission Energy distribution Meter
  • Term service provider agreement What it means processes necessary to supply energy to a point of delivery
  • Term service provider agreement type What it means providers participating in the service provider agreement (market partner, processing service
  • Term Service Provider Interface What it means class has a corresponding abstract Service Provider Interface (SPI) class that defines the SPI
  • Term service provider list What it means confirmation, and invoice entry in SAP Enterprise Buyer. This is only possible if the Supplier Self
  • Term service provider market partner What it means Service provider who defines a service provider agreement
  • Term service provider type What it means mulitple class roles. Each implemented service provider has only one service provider type. Each
  • Term set of rules What it means A number of rules describing dependencies between properties
  • Term service quantity contract What it means services and spare parts for an agreed service package is defined. Example: A hotline, or repair
  • Term settlement assignment What it means which costs arise to a settlement cost element. The settlement assignment is part of a settlement
  • Term Service Report What it means SAP EarlyWatch Session. It includes the ratings of the most important checks and detailed
  • Term service repository What it means Operations Descriptions Relations to business objects
  • Term service representative What it means solving customer problems either internally or in Field Service Limiting and identifying problems
  • Term service request (CRM-ISE) What it means A transaction type in Service used to request a service
  • Term service request (CS) What it means perform a particular activity. The activity is not intended to repair a malfunction or damage; a
  • Term service resource planner What it means Role within the organization responsible for scheduling and maintaining assignments
  • Term service resource planning What it means occurs using a scheduling engine that manages workforce resources and their availability, and the
  • Term service rule What it means particular criteria and rules
  • Term service segment What it means message groups, and interchange files. Service segments can inlcude: Receiver data Sender data
  • Term service selector What it means or close services. When you click on a service beam or icon, the respective service container opens
  • Term Service Session What it means Service. Each service session has a specific objective and results in an extensive report with a
  • Term Service Session Workbench What it means perform computer-based service procedures, such as the SAP GoingLive Check or the SAP EarlyWatch
  • Term service specifications What it means specifications include service items with detailed descriptions and/or items with value limits for
  • Term service station What it means are stored and removed. In the system, service stations are mapped as the storage location of a
  • Term service status What it means example, on call, in reserve, inactive
  • Term service supervisor What it means for the entire service operation of the dealership. A service supervisor may also help the service
  • Term service system What it means A system in which SAP coordinates software correction activities
  • Term service task list What it means task that contains the required resources (working time, material, production resources and tools
  • Term service team What it means tasks or other criteria. The service team is used in the context of service resource planning
  • Term service technician What it means An employee who is actively involved in troubleshooting, maintenance, and repair of vehicles
  • Term service type (CRM) What it means product master for a service with regard to its price. This occurs using absolute or percentage
  • Term service type (EP-KM-COL) What it means as chat, application sharing, or online meeting that is provided bya Synchronous Collaboration
  • Term service type (IS-M-SD) What it means full subscription. This is done by restricting a service type to a subset of the actual issue
  • Term service type (IS-U-IDE) What it means allocate several service types to a service category
  • Term service type (IS-U-WA) What it means the services offered by a company. One or more service types can be allocated to a service category
  • Term service type (RE) What it means along with a reserved room. Examples: Lunch buffet Beverages Beamer
  • Term service type catalog What it means A summary of service types in an area. Example Service type catalog for the hospital or home area
  • Term service user What it means users with very restricted authorizations. A session that begins as an anonymous service user
  • Term service value contract What it means an agreed service package are based on a specific target value. Example: Spare parts and services
  • Term service window (CRM-BTX-SVO) What it means A defined period in which a service is performed. The service window is used to control scheduling
  • Term service window (CS) What it means are used as the basis for defining service profiles. Example: All service technicians are available
  • Term service window (IS-U-WA) What it means for example, only between 9:00 and 11:00
  • Term service wizard What it means wizard to create service files for applications that are driven by the Internet Transaction Server
  • Term service zone What it means Example: For service zone 1 (within a radius of 50 miles) travel costs are not charged, for service
  • Term serviceable item What it means objects do not have to be physical devices (enabling both concrete devices and also software to be
  • Term serviceable material What it means serviceable materials can be: Goods to repair Goods to scrap Replacements for faulty goods
  • Term serviceable part What it means A serviceable part is either held in a warehouse as serviceable stock or is installed on a
  • Term servient tenement What it means Land that is encumbranced with an easement in favor of another property (the dominant tenement
  • Term session (BC-ABA) What it means See external and internal session
  • Term session (BC-NET) What it means Connection between two logical units
  • Term session bean What it means 039;s behalf. The session bean survives as long as the client session survives, that means, the
  • Term session communication What it means in a single J2EE Engine cluster group
  • Term session component What it means Session. One or more Service Session components together make up a Session Package. Example An SAP
  • Term session connection What it means requests from a particular dispatcher element to an appropriate server element
  • Term session cookie What it means A type of cookie used by the J2EE Engine Web Container to perform session tracking
  • Term session dispatching What it means table in the shared memory is used for this
  • Term Session Failover Service What it means the users HTTP session failover and stateful session failover to the enterprise applications
  • Term session guest What it means in an online collaboration session. Depending on the type of session being conducted, a session
  • Term session handling (EP) What it means application (session) open at a time. The user works with several browser windows, all of which are
  • Term session handling (EP) What it means application (session) open at a time. The user works with several browser windows, all of which are
  • Term Session History What it means upload files and documents and attach external links as resources for sessions
  • Term session host What it means Depending on the type of session being conducted, a session guest may have more privileges than the
  • Term session ID table What it means Internal table in which the SAP Web dispatcher keeps the IDs of running sessions
  • Term session list What it means User menu and Session Manager facility. The session list displays all active R/3 sessions
  • Term session log What it means session run and stored in an external file at operating system level. Session logs contain messages
  • Term session management What it means session management for multiple applications and content sources eliminates having to remember
  • Term session manager What it means Handles the connection between an URL and a Web front end session
  • Term Session Manager What it means Manager is a graphical navigation interface that enables you to manage the sessions of one or more
  • Term session of offering What it means Academic session in which an academic event is offered
  • Term session overview What it means name, date and time of creation, the session status, and the name of the person who created the
  • Term session package What it means SAP GoingLive Analysis Session package consists of the GoingLive Analysis Session and the
  • Term short text (BC-CUS) What it means the short text and the structure title are identical
  • Term session participant What it means is classified either as the session host (the user who initiated and is moderating the session) or
  • Term settlement area for renewable energy What it means quantities for the renewable energy supply process and allocates the appropriate portion to the
  • Term Session Release Agent What it means g. SAP R/3) when the user leaves the application or closes the browser. This function has been
  • Term sessional registration status What it means Status of the student in the respective academic session. Examples Attending Non-attending
  • Term set (AP-MD) What it means with the attributes Shipping condition and Delivery priority. A possible instance of this set type
  • Term set (FI-LC) What it means areas, such as data input, currency translation, intercompany eliminations, and reports. The
  • Term set (FI-SL) What it means set values reside within one or more dimensions of a database table. The following set types are
  • Term set (IS-R) What it means sold as a separate material and as such has a material number, a sales price, and sales price
  • Term set (PA-CM) What it means Function that enables you to record amounts (= budget values) for budgets
  • Term set (PP) What it means define them as fixed or variable values. These groupings let users select, for example, work
  • Term set (RE) What it means variable. These groups allow real estate objects to be selected and enable the groups to be
  • Term set ID What it means areas, such as data input, currency translation, intercompany eliminations, and reports. The
  • Term set indicator What it means To place a special character in front of control elements, such as radio buttons and checkboxes
  • Term set level What it means electricity division can, for example, be divided up as follows: Meter reading
  • Term set of goods What it means several individual components. If all of the components in a set of goods are products of
  • Term set of hits What it means A set of specifications that fulfills certain search criteria
  • Term set product What it means products in the CRM product master. A set is represented by a set product in the CRM product master
  • Term set relationship What it means configuration. A set relationship indicates that a particular part, which is represented by an iPPE
  • Term set shift What it means entered manually and having a specific start and end time. When the system is calculating a
  • Term set type What it means frequently required together to: Implement one or more related parts of a business process Example
  • Term set up What it means The act of preparing a work center for the operation to perform there
  • Term set variable What it means the variable is executed. Set variables can be used in multi-dimension sets or in the definition
  • Term SET/GET parameter What it means ABAP programs. SET/GET are set usingSET PARAMETER and read using GET PARAMETER. Input fields on
  • Term setter method What it means Method for transferring attributes. To set the attribute use SET_
  • Term settings specific to the determination procedure What it means method and default risk rule
  • Term settlement (CO) What it means objects can be settlement senders: Internal orders Maintenance orders CO production orders
  • Term settlement (FIN-FSCM-TRM-TM) What it means underlying is actually delivered according to the terms arranged. With a cash settlement, a cash
  • Term settlement (FS-AM-EP-ST) What it means certain settlement period, during periodic tasks for all due contracts. Settlements can be run for
  • Term settlement (ICM) What it means related remuneration, flat-rate remuneration and guarantees are settled once they have been posted
  • Term settlement (IS-BEV-DSD) What it means in the documents, and carries out appropriate further processing
  • Term settlement (IS-OIL-DS-EXG) What it means up of a list containing the exchanged materials and fees incurring. With the settlement, the
  • Term settlement receiver What it means An object to which costs are allocated during the settlement procedure
  • Term settlement (IS-U-EDM) What it means the corresponding settlement coordinator. For example, the actual or forecast consumption of all
  • Term settlement (SD) What it means merchant (retailer), then reimburses that merchant for cleared payment card transactions, minus fee
  • Term settlement account What it means attributes are used for handling financial transactions and financial instruments, for example
  • Term settlement area coordinator What it means transmission companies and assumes responsibility for deviations between energy supplied and energy
  • Term stable value clause What it means Central Bank must authorize this
  • Term settlement calendar What it means dates are stored. The due date for settlement between the parties to a rebate arrangement is the
  • Term settlement category What it means distinction is made between the two following settlement categories: o Disbursement o Reserves
  • Term Settlement Cockpit What it means been transferred from mobile entry devices to the backend system can be displayed or corrected in
  • Term settlement column format What it means have not been created for all ads in pricing, the page/column format for which condition records
  • Term settlement condition What it means interest and charge calculation to represent amount- and time-based conditions that can be used to
  • Term settlement cost element What it means A cost element with which costs are allocated from one object to another
  • Term settlement data collector What it means outgoing royalties. Business transactions, from which license fees are to be paid for an IP right
  • Term settlement data measurement What it means Qualitative and quantitative measurement of the data generated by the settlement process
  • Term settlement date What it means Target system Data format Accounts payable (FI-AP) FI document Accounts receivable (FI-AR) FI
  • Term settlement diversity What it means than the calculation for other owners
  • Term settlement document (CO) What it means The document type required for settlements and for the reversal of settlements
  • Term settlement document (ICM) What it means generated for each settlement run and for each commission contract, settlement type and period
  • Term settlement document (IS-BEV-DSD) What it means Statement showing the differences that result from a confirmed tour
  • Term settlement form What it means the costs that are to be settled are determined: From the cost segments (totals settlement) From
  • Term settlement group What it means settlement of amounts due under volume rebate arrangements
  • Term settlement indicator What it means appropriate recipient, standard recipient or dummy recipient is used in settlement (3-level
  • Term settlement request list What it means invoices for a creditor (invoicing party). A preceding document does not need to exist in the
  • Term settlement item What it means released for payment on a specific date. Technically, the settlement item is implemented as a due
  • Term settlement list What it means completely processed in the system (through prolongations or returns
  • Term settlement mode What it means calculation are to be debited to the customer account or whether the settlement is to be calculated
  • Term settlement step (IS-U-EDM) What it means algorithms and consist of input and output parameters, which can be profiles or values
  • Term settlement number What it means differentiate a particular settlement from other settlements in that exchange. The settlement
  • Term settlement office What it means steps that follow up a tour
  • Term settlement order What it means be noted in the master record of a technical object so that a settlement rule can be created
  • Term settlement package What it means A list of equipment, the items of which are sent and settled in their entirety
  • Term settlement parameter What it means consist of the following: Processing group Settlement cost element Settlement receiver
  • Term settlement participation What it means Settlement participation is dependent on: Settlement units and service charge keys The relevant
  • Term settlement payment What it means with outside funds although the tenant's income exceeds the minimum level required to qualify
  • Term settlement period (FS-AM-EP-ST) What it means settlement period is determined by the settlement frequency, which can be set for the contract. The
  • Term settlement period (IS-B-RA-CL) What it means the return payment/delivery
  • Term settlement period (IS-U-EDM) What it means Period during which settlement takes place
  • Term settlement period (RE) What it means The periods in which the service charge settlements are to be made
  • Term settlement procedure What it means carried out by settlement coordinator
  • Term settlement process What it means of amount of electric energy delivered and amount consumed in one period
  • Term settlement profile (CO) What it means parameters in the settlement profile: Allowed settlement receivers (such as cost center or asset
  • Term settlement profile (CRM-RB) What it means A group of settings, for example document types, that control the creation of settlement documents
  • Term settlement profile (IS-A) What it means can define the following parameters for creating settlement documents for automatic evaluated
  • Term settlement reference date What it means the settlement period for account assignment of an invoice. Entering a reference date is required
  • Term settlement rescheduling What it means disbursement as a result of changed circumstances. Example The customer's payment methods have
  • Term special advance payment What it means unlimited extension for the submission of advanced returns
  • Term settlement risk What it means period, which is the time period between the receipt of the instructions for the advance payment
  • Term settlement rule (CO) What it means which receivers. A settlement rule contains distribution rules, one or more of which are assigned
  • Term settlement rule (ICM) What it means settlement agreement. It defines which types of remuneration are settled. Each settlement rule
  • Term settlement run (ICM) What it means recalled). All amounts due are processed, and a posting document is generated for each interface
  • Term settlement run (SD) What it means A procedure in which payment request data is generated and sent to a clearing house
  • Term settlement run number What it means merchant bank or clearing house. This number is used for identification and tracking
  • Term settlement schedule What it means on the basis of a scheduling rule for disbursement to be made
  • Term settlement schedule item What it means disbursed on the basis of the scheduling rule
  • Term settlement schedule run What it means A process that converts settlement schedule items into line item detail lines and settlement items
  • Term settlement schedule sequence What it means schedule. We talk about a settlement schedule sequence in the following cases: The settlement
  • Term settlement scheduling What it means rules. The result is a settlement schedule consisting of one or more settlement schedule items
  • Term settlement share What it means or an equivalence number) of the sender object costs distributed to each receiver. Example The
  • Term settlement statement What it means production and severance taxes if needed. Settlement statements are entered directly in the system
  • Term settlement statement/division of interest cross reference What it means A function that links a purchaser's unique property data to SAP's venture data
  • Term settlement step (IS-U-CA) What it means in the underlying settlement strategy. The rules for grouping, sorting, and clearing the items are
  • Term special area What it means Desktop initial screen leads to a working screen displaying functions with related content
  • Term settlement transaction What it means time in the past. The settlement postings for a settlement period are calculated based on the
  • Term settlement type (CO) What it means settlement (PER) - Settles costs by period. It only includes the costs of the settlement period
  • Term settlement type (FI-CA) What it means is used in Contract Accounts Receivable and Payable (FI-CA) to determine the payment assignment or
  • Term settlement type (FS-CM) What it means from coinsurance: Leading insurer Own settlement
  • Term settlement type (ICM) What it means systems. A target system and the relevant account assignment information for the transfer is
  • Term settlement type (IS-EC-CEM) What it means the complete month and the no. days/month indicators in the CEM settlement data of the recipient
  • Term settlement type (PE) What it means settlement types are: Billing Activity allocation Free of charge
  • Term settlement type (PE-LSO) What it means settlement types are: Billing Activity allocation Free of charge
  • Term settlement type (RE) What it means charge settlement. The SAP system predefines the following settlement types: No participation
  • Term settlement unit (IS-U-EDM) What it means energy supplied. A settlement unit contains the points of delivery that are to be settled as a
  • Term settlement unit (RE) What it means defines the: Settlement period (settlement periods/variants) Type of service charges (for example
  • Term settlement unit (RE) What it means settlement. It contains: The settlement period (including the settlement variant) The service
  • Term settlement unit category What it means unit categories: Settlement unit Master settlement unit
  • Term shaping character What it means Character that assumes different glyphic forms depending on the context
  • Term settlement unit for remaining quantity What it means difference between the total energy feeding in a distribution grid and the amount supplied to other
  • Term settlement variant (FI-CA) What it means Key under which the rules for automatically assigning open items clearing are defined
  • Term settlement variant (RE) What it means not have to correspond to the calendar year. Settlement variants can be year-dependent
  • Term severity (BC-VMC) What it means order: DEBUG: Debugging messages PATH: Messages for reproducing the exact program flow INFO
  • Term shared file system What it means comprises a root directory containing a sub-directory for every SAP print client in the print
  • Term setup group What it means to planning and which the system is to take into account when scheduling and rescheduling
  • Term setup group category What it means different setup group keys to form a setup group category Turning
  • Term setup group key What it means conditions. The setup group key can be used in capacity leveling to optimize the setup time. This
  • Term setup key What it means to define exception setup statuses in the setup matrix. See setup group and setup matrix
  • Term setup matrix What it means resource from one setup status to another, for each possible setup transition at the resource
  • Term setup matrix for characteristic values What it means setup of a resource due to a change from a product with characteristic value A to a product with
  • Term setup order What it means An order at the beginning of a production campaign that is used to prepare the line for production
  • Term setup recipe What it means beginning of a campaign, and the activities to perform to set up a production run
  • Term setup status What it means process an operation and that is achieved by setting up the resource. A setup status is defined by
  • Term setup time (LE) What it means The quantity of materials to ship does not influence setup time
  • Term setup time (PP) What it means setup time is part of the lead-time
  • Term setup transition What it means defined by specifying two setup statuses - a preceding setup status and a subsequent setup status
  • Term share capital What it means The nominal capital of a closed corporation
  • Term share of defects What it means A fraction of nonconforming units or number of defects in each unit
  • Term setup transition without setup key change What it means change. This setting is valid for all setup keys in the setup group that you have entered for this
  • Term setup/clean-out order What it means production. In SAP APO, a setup order is at the beginning of a production campaign and a clean-out
  • Term severance pay What it means employment. The payment amount is usually based on the length of service
  • Term severance payment What it means continuously for an employer for a period of not less than 24 months immediately prior to dismissal
  • Term severity (BC-CCM) What it means criticality. Example: If a monitoring tree displays two red alerts, the red alert with the highest
  • Term short-term document What it means The changes made to infotypes that are written to the database
  • Term severity (IS-HMED) What it means system which performed the clinical check returns the result to the clinical system in the form of
  • Term severity (PLM-CPR) What it means Threshold values are evaluated with descending severity. If the threshold value requirements are
  • Term severity of illness What it means Diagnosis Related Groups
  • Term SEVIS school code What it means Unique identifier assigned by the INS to an educational institution approved by SEVIS
  • Term SFA key What it means software. The software includes products for the Automation of sales processes Support of the sales
  • Term SFW Migration Workbench What it means A tool that supports the consolidation of enhancements based on the Switch Framework
  • Term shadow account What it means some banks manage a shadow account for the credit card account of the processor. The processor
  • Term shadow import What it means ons, into the shadow repository tables, and into the new tables in the target release. You can
  • Term shadow repository What it means shadow repository is imported into the shadow tables. The upgrade deletes the old tables that
  • Term shadow system What it means an SAP NetWeaver Application Server system (or an SAP Basis or SAP Web Application Server system
  • Term shadow table What it means saved to the database with a name other than the original. Shadow tables are used to create the
  • Term shadow value date-based balance What it means just a certain selection, defined by the user. However, what does apply for the shadow value date
  • Term share of scrap What it means The SAP system estimates the share of scrap in the inspection lot on the basis of the proportion of
  • Term share of wallet What it means The share of a customer's buying potential that a company commands
  • Term share policy What it means insured is only a fraction of the original policy
  • Term shareholding data What it means Shareholding data states the percentage, amount, and currency of a capital investment, and
  • Term share register What it means From a legal perspective, the share register serves to enable verification of the shareholder
  • Term share segment What it means coinsurance business relationship. Several share segments are usually assigned to one header
  • Term shared folders What it means information throughout the enterprise and for shared access to documents, distribution lists, and
  • Term Shared Garbage Collection What it means collection is a process to regularly and automatically make memory no longer needed available again
  • Term shared iView What it means An iView is shared if a version of this iView is used in more than one business package
  • Term shared lock (BC-DWB-DIC) What it means definition for each table. In a shared lock, users can access the locked records in display mode
  • Term shared lock (BC-DWB-DIC) What it means more than one user can read the same data at the same time, but when one user is editing the data
  • Term shared memory (BC-ABA) What it means stores programs, program data, buffers, and so on. ABAP programs can access either data clusters in
  • Term shared memory (BC-CST-MM) What it means is also a memory area used for information exchange in computer systems with parallel processors
  • Term shared memory (BC-JAS) What it means and the speed of communication. In this case no sockets are used. Two native elements (for example
  • Term shared memory enabled class What it means of the shared memory. Shared memory enabled classes are deined using the SHARED MEMORY ENABLED
  • Term shared note What it means users in an organization or a company
  • Term shared object (BC-ABA) What it means Release 7.0) that is stored in an area instance version of the shared memory. A shared object is
  • Term shared object (EP-PCT) What it means business package. Shared objects can be iViews, pages, and worksets
  • Term shared objects memory What it means Part of the shared memory in which shared objects are stored in area instance versions
  • Term shared page What it means A page is shared if a version of this page is used in more than one business package
  • Term shared service (PA) What it means Examples of shared services are Manager Self-Services, Employee Self-Services, Employee Interaction
  • Term shared service (SRD-CC-UIG) What it means corporation and then used universally by all participating organizations
  • Term shared service center What it means An internal or external unit of a company that provides services for personnel affairs
  • Term shared trash What it means distribution lists, and folders that were deleted from the shared folders are stored in the shared
  • Term sharing level What it means dealers or sales organizations etc. in scenario where more than one dealer or sales organization is
  • Term sharing of spare parts What it means 039;pooling' scenario one airline is either the provider (vendor) or the user (customer) of
  • Term shelf life What it means contrast to the total shelf life, it does not include the maturation time
  • Term shelf life expiration date What it means The date up to which a material can be retained in storage and be acceptable for use
  • Term shelf-edge price marking What it means Attaching of price tickets (placement labels) to the shelves on which a material is displayed
  • Term Shell Administration Service What it means A J2EE Engine module that ensures the console administration of J2EE Engine using shell commands
  • Term Shell Service What it means An SAP J2EE Engine module used for administration of SAP J2EE Engine from the command line
  • Term shellscript What it means shell running there
  • Term shift (CRM-RPL-ICS) What it means can include work area segments, meals, breaks, and schedule events
  • Term shift (FS-PM) What it means is unaffected by this
  • Term shift (PT) What it means responsibilities for an employer. Example An employee is assigned to the shift NORM (normal working
  • Term shift abbreviation What it means An abbreviation that indicates a type of shift. Example EA = Early shift LA = Late shift
  • Term shift aggregate schema What it means hourly performance database data is aggregated to calculate the daily data
  • Term shift change compensation (PT) What it means countries. These regulations protect employees from financial loss due to changes to their working
  • Term shift change compensation (PY) What it means that the employee is not financially disadvantaged by changes to working time or activity
  • Term shift definition (PP) What it means definition. The shift definition is valid in all work centers. Shift definitions reduce the work of
  • Term shift definition (SCM-APO-CA) What it means Break times Rate of resource utilization Capacity of the resource Shift definitions are used in
  • Term shipment cost comparison What it means the least expensive
  • Term single unit What it means inspection are also called units to be inspected
  • Term shift factor (PM) What it means confirmation date that deviates from the planned date must be taken into account when scheduling
  • Term shift factor (SCM-APO-CA) What it means Generic term for the rate of resource utilization and the capacity of a resource
  • Term shift factors definition What it means shift factor definition is assigned to a shift definition in order to define the resource
  • Term short text (BC-DOC) What it means Text in the software interface of no more than 15 characters in length
  • Term shift group What it means In a shift group, you can define the shifts required for various organizational units
  • Term shift note What it means Comment on a person, machine, or something else, which cannot be entered elsewhere in the system
  • Term shift of fund assets What it means to one or more target funds. Shifting the fund assets does not lead to a change in the fund
  • Term short-term inspection What it means An inspection that has to be completed before a usage decision can be made for the inspection lot
  • Term shift plan What it means display shift plans. You can also: Display and assign employees and shifts to each other Display
  • Term shift planning What it means accordance with business-related tasks
  • Term shift rota What it means conjunction with the drivers who transport bulk products. For example, a driver may have a shift
  • Term shift schedule What it means A term that is no longer used in HR. It has been replaced by work schedule
  • Term shift segment What it means employee is scheduled for a work area, meal, break, or schedule event. An employee typically has
  • Term shift sequence (PP) What it means Updating shift sequences centrally reduces the work of changing the order of shift definitions
  • Term shift sequence (SCM-APO-CA) What it means days as you want. You use shift sequences to define the working times and the capacity in the
  • Term shift template What it means The day or days within a schedule week upon which the shift is valid The shift start time and end
  • Term ship-and-debit agreement What it means manufacturer/supplier under which a distributor/reseller can sell stock to an end customer and then
  • Term ship-from address What it means Partner function in Enterprise Buyer
  • Term ship-to party What it means be the sold-to party, the bill-to party, or the payer
  • Term shipment (SCM-EWM) What it means transported together from an issuing location, for example, a plant, to a target location, for
  • Term shipment (SD) What it means transported together from the respective points of departure. This is the basis for planning
  • Term shipment cost document What it means costs are the total costs for a shipment: freight costs, insurance, vehicle cleaning costs, etc
  • Term shipment costing What it means The total costs involved in the shipment of a product. Not just pure freight costs, but also
  • Term shipment costs What it means Carriers . Denotes the costs of moving product with a carrier. Such costs cover more than just
  • Term shipment document What it means transported together from the points of departure to the corresponding destinations. The shipping
  • Term short-term trial planning What it means A type of trial planning that uses a process order
  • Term shipment downsizing What it means are not within the valid parameter limits. Taking days' supply into account, the system
  • Term shipment exclusion table What it means Transportation Planning/Vehicle Scheduling (TP/VS
  • Term shipment priority What it means stock transfer prioritization function. It shows the relative significance of a deployment stock
  • Term shipment scheduling What it means shipping. The system determines when the company must start the picking and packing activities to
  • Term shipment sizing What it means that are not within the valid parameter limits for a shipment. Shipment sizing may be shipment
  • Term shipment tendering What it means Shipment tendering can be: Open: Shipments are offered to forwarding agents via the World Wide Web
  • Term shipment type What it means you can classify movement types as: Stock placements Stock removals Replenishment
  • Term shipment upsizing What it means are not within the valid parameter limits. The system upsizes the quantities to be transported by
  • Term shipper's export declaration What it means value that are exported to another country. It includes information on the point of origin
  • Term shipper's letter of instructions What it means information pertinent for a shipment. This set of instructions on how to make an export
  • Term shipping What it means the next (compare: acquisition, retirement and change of activity type
  • Term shipping address What it means The location goods are delivered to. It can differ from the billing address
  • Term shipping and receiving activity What it means or goods issue of a transportation unit (TU) The stay in the yard of a vehicle The loading or
  • Term shipping condition What it means that the goods must reach the customer as soon as possible, the system proposes the fastest
  • Term shipping country What it means The country to which goods are delivered
  • Term shipping document (IS-EC-CEM) What it means information on quantities and activity type
  • Term shipping document (LE) What it means documents are available: Delivery Material document that contains information on goods issue
  • Term shipping instructions What it means The instructions issued to a vendor regarding the shipment or packing of ordered goods
  • Term shipping material What it means include crates, pallets or containers. You must enter a shipping material when you create a
  • Term short-time exposure limit What it means periods or occasionally. Short-time exposure limits are peak values that are measured during a
  • Term shipping notification What it means goods shipped or about to be shipped. The shipping notification contains the anticipated delivery
  • Term shipping notification management What it means This includes creating, changing, and sending shipping notifications
  • Term shipping package What it means and can be used to simplify data entry
  • Term shipping point What it means shipping point is the part of the company responsible for the type of shipping, the necessary
  • Term shipping type What it means road or rail) can be used to carry out a shipment of goods
  • Term shipping unit What it means particular time. Shipping units contain items that can be made up of shipping units or delivery
  • Term shock room What it means condition may arise or is suspected by physicians are transported to the shock room of a hospital
  • Term shop floor papers What it means ticket Job ticket Pick list Time ticket Confirmation slip
  • Term shop on behalf of What it means to purchase products on behalf of other users, for example, for their manager
  • Term shop papers What it means order. For maintenance- and service notifications the following shop papers exist: Notification
  • Term shopfloor complaint lot What it means production on the shopfloor and which is the subject of complaint and/ or is rejected for this
  • Term shopping basket What it means Virtual shopping basket for collecting and managing selected products
  • Term shopping cart preview What it means transferring them to the shopping cart in SAP SRM
  • Term short area description What it means short area description is displayed on the area group page together with a symbol for each area
  • Term site (IS-DFS) What it means The location of an aircraft on the ground
  • Term short cut What it means short cut permits the user to select an elementary search help from a collective search help and to
  • Term short description What it means Explanatory text for an ABAP Dictionary object
  • Term short dump What it means It can be called using the transaction code ST22
  • Term short EAN What it means 8-digit short form of the EAN (International Article Number
  • Term short profile What it means 039;s master data or applicant activities
  • Term short-stay patient What it means not exceed three days
  • Term short-term characteristic What it means An inspection criteria, whose results must be recorded before the inspection is completed
  • Term shortage analysis What it means overview of critical situations such as a shortage of a product. Both you as supply chain analyst
  • Term shortage check What it means or requirement quantities. A shortage check should be carried out when temporal shifts and quantity
  • Term shortcut What it means can use shortcuts for the following activities in IS-M/AMC UI: Access actions Switch between panel
  • Term shortcut decision What it means decision is taken by choosing the 'Approve' or 'Reject' pushbuttons provided by
  • Term shortcut key What it means keys in the SAP System. They are available only at GUI level such as in the layout menu. Function
  • Term shortened fiscal year What it means The shortened fiscal year covers the period between the end of the last fiscal year in the old
  • Term shortfall penalty What it means less than the quantity ordered
  • Term show What it means To make a part of the screen visible
  • Term shoyo What it means divided into two types: periodical and non-periodical. Its total amount is usually four or five
  • Term shrinkage What it means Shrinkage is determined to document the differences for the customs authorities
  • Term shrinkage rate What it means Percentage of product lost
  • Term shuffler What it means Demand Planning where you choose characteristics to be planned, such as products and locations. You
  • Term shukko What it means between group and related companies. For example, one employee is sent from his or her original
  • Term shukko payoff What it means the receiving company
  • Term slow-moving item (SCM-EWM) What it means Product that is rarely moved in the warehouse
  • Term shukko working contract What it means may be indicated through an assignment announcement, and may not necessarily be in a written form
  • Term shutdown (BC-CST) What it means transaction SM51). The application server is in the shutdown phase. This phase is the passive
  • Term shutdown (FI-AA) What it means temporarily using an indicator in the asset master record. During the shutdown period no
  • Term shutdown (PM) What it means A period of time in which a factory or part of it is temporarily shut down for maintenance
  • Term shutdown document What it means specific asset, and the length of time that the asset will remain shut down
  • Term SI unit What it means units. Example Dimension SI unit Length Meter Time Second Mass Kilogram Electric current Ampere
  • Term SI-unit What it means a dimension. Example: Dimension SI-unit Length meter Time second Mass kilogram Electric current
  • Term sibling What it means Any node that is at the same level as the referenced node in a hierarchy
  • Term sibling object What it means term sibling describes the relationship of these objects to one another and in relation to their
  • Term SIC code What it means States Census Bureau in order to classify business entities according to their primary type of
  • Term sick pay What it means period in which he or she is unable to work and is not, therefore, remunerated by the employer
  • Term sickness insurance act What it means supplementary insurance Other insurance. The sickness insurance act is valid throughout the
  • Term sickness insurance act mandatory service What it means that must be paid for by A basic insurance A supplementary insurance Another insurance The
  • Term side access What it means structure node, in order to define how the material for that variant is configured. Example: In a
  • Term side effects What it means Undesired effects of a drug
  • Term side info file What it means File containing connection details (side information) for the SAP gateway
  • Term side information What it means application program should not contain communication-specific parameters, so the parameter values
  • Term side menu What it means Navigation area of the user interface providing a single launch point of all user relevant tasks
  • Term sigma What it means service shoud be in the form of a single record whose value is an aggregate of all the records
  • Term signal What it means process. Signals usually report the unexpected termination of a process
  • Term signal monitor What it means also displays when the last call was created. The user can compare these entries with his own
  • Term SNC entry What it means Entry in the SAProuter route permission table SAProuters that specifies an SNC connection
  • Term signal stock level What it means results in the generation of an alert by the inbound delivery. The alert serves to make the
  • Term signature (BC-ABA) What it means and all its remaining attributes
  • Term signature (BC-SRV-PMI) What it means the conditions for when to write data to the local tracking data store and which payload to pass
  • Term signature (CRM-BF) What it means one e-mail function when a new e-mail is created. Signatures may be created in HTML format and
  • Term signature method What it means signature methods: System signature with authorization by user ID and password User signature with
  • Term signature strategy What it means signature strategy determines: The required individual signatures, that is, the user groups that
  • Term silo What it means The silo is normally a large inventory holding object for which technical inventory processes are
  • Term silo stock What it means can be in different types of container, for example, tanks
  • Term similar asset test What it means to check whether all hedged items in a micro fair value hedging relationship relate in the same way
  • Term similar business What it means transaction must be identified in the delivery system and reported in the commission case such that
  • Term Simple and Protected GSS API Negotiation Mechanism What it means shared, select one and then establish a security context for communication using it
  • Term simple appraisal object What it means Contains only one appraisal and no appraisal subtemplate
  • Term simple bind What it means authenticate users based on user ID and password
  • Term simple bucket What it means A bucket with one set of attributes
  • Term Simple Business Configuration Set What it means defined tables, and user-defined fields in a single table
  • Term simple discontinuation What it means material. From a certain date the stock of the discontinued material is allowed to run out and the
  • Term simple display What it means Display type of a key figure schema
  • Term simple event type What it means additional information is reported to the SAP system together with the event message. The event
  • Term simple key figure What it means key figure repository to define simple key figures that can be used throughout Bank Analyzer
  • Term spread (IS-AFS-ARUN) What it means the available stock among the open requirements
  • Term simple maintenance What it means organizational plans. Simple Maintenance lets you create a framework for organizational plans using
  • Term Simple Maintenance What it means organizational plans for your enterprise. You can model your current organizational and reporting
  • Term single-record buffering What it means buffering for a table, only those table records that are actually accessed are loaded into the
  • Term simple object What it means component simple object is used in the generic interaction layer to include simple objects used by
  • Term Simple Object Access Protocol (BC-MID) What it means information in a decentralized, distributed environment. The following elements are defined by a
  • Term simulation (PLM-CPR) What it means what-if scenarios to get an idea of how certain changes to the project will affect it. You can
  • Term simulation (PT) What it means the results of time evaluation
  • Term Simple Object Access Protocol (EP) What it means to communicate with a program in the same or another kind of an operating system (such as Linux
  • Term Simple Object Data Pattern What it means an object, for example, about line items in a sales document
  • Term simple process What it means A process that includes only one phase
  • Term simple process data request What it means request can be used to request one message of a message category. In the PI sheet, input fields are
  • Term Simple Transformation What it means between XML formats and ABAP data and back. Serializations and deserializations can be carried out
  • Term simple variable What it means A standalone variable
  • Term simplification of elimination What it means expense. By contrast, the elimination of IC payables and receivables involves only a few balance
  • Term simplified Chinese What it means written characters. Simplified Chinese is used in the People's Republic of China and in
  • Term simplified declaration procedure What it means declaration and submits it to customs authorities. At the end of the month, the necessary details
  • Term simplify What it means Simplified saving of a shipment to exclude the deliveries assigned to the shipment from planning
  • Term simulated attendance What it means to determine employee working time scheduled or available for scheduling
  • Term single inheritance (BC-ABA) What it means multiple subclasses but only one direct superclass. See also inheritance hierarchy
  • Term simulated infotype What it means data from different data sources, such as infotype data, time evaluation results and personal work
  • Term site class What it means Grouping together of several sites. The site class is defined in the classification system
  • Term simulation (CRM-ANA) What it means performance in a real situation and how changes to the target to date situation, such as increases
  • Term simulation (FI) What it means stored on the database. This step can be repeated multiple times for test purposes
  • Term simulation (FS-BA) What it means results are not used for the calculation of the actual capital requirement. Example A bank uses
  • Term simulation (FS-PM) What it means customer inquiry. The values determined in a simulation are not released
  • Term single byte code What it means Representation of a character in exactly one byte
  • Term simulation category What it means Standard simulation Automatically generates new transactions as suggestions for closing gaps in gap
  • Term simulation cockpit What it means items in what-if scenarios. In the simulation cockpit, you can vary portfolio item attributes and
  • Term simulation costing What it means assemblies within the structure modified products
  • Term simulation mode What it means Set before they take effect
  • Term simulation of capacity leveling What it means you can simulate changes without having them written to the data base. The following data can be
  • Term simulation type What it means Release 4.62 in the standard simulation for closing gaps
  • Term simulation version (PS) What it means affecting the operative version. A simulation version can be created by: Copying an operative
  • Term simulation version (SCM-APO-PPS) What it means simulation version, you can run through a planning alternative without changing the data in the
  • Term single inheritance (CRM-BF-CFG) What it means A transfer of assigned characteristics from one direct superclass to a subordinate class
  • Term single log What it means A part of the log overview. A single log describes what happened in a single transport step
  • Term simultaneous consolidation (EC-CS) What it means consolidating a given investee unit - processes all of the investments in the subgroup, along with
  • Term simultaneous consolidation (FI-LC) What it means in a single step as well as the resulting minority interest, when consolidating a specific
  • Term simultaneous costing What it means A process that assigns to a cost object the actual costs incurred to date for that cost object
  • Term SINFOS What it means is PRICAT-compatible. SINFOS messages are converted using EDI converters
  • Term single activity trace What it means be created for users, sessions, or RFC modules. Traces are configured and displayed in VMC system
  • Term single administrative document What it means procedure and reexportation. Regulations require the use of a single administrative document
  • Term single agent drug What it means Drug which contains only one agent, i.e. does not contains a combination of several agents
  • Term single appointment What it means Single treatment appointment for a patient in Outpatient Clinic Management
  • Term single article What it means Standard article as sold to the customer, for example, a packet of chocolate chip cookies
  • Term single code page system What it means with UTF-16 a non-Unicode system with a non-Unicode codepage. In a single codepage system the text
  • Term single code page-dependent What it means language fields (type LANG or SPRAS) which contain languages which use only one code page are
  • Term single codepage system What it means non-Unicode system with a non-Unicode codepage. In a single codepage system the text environment
  • Term single company-single client What it means client. No data is shared with other companies. This scenario is also appropriate if a company has
  • Term single contract What it means Single contracts define the services for the quantity consumed under certain conditions
  • Term single correspondence recipient What it means each correspondence type, this can be a different or alternative single recipient any number of
  • Term single cycle plan What it means maintenance and inspection tasks that are performed on a reference object. In the single cycle plan
  • Term single document (BW-BEX) What it means in the Data Warehousing Workbench or in master data maintenance, in the Web application
  • Term single document (FS-CD) What it means Transfer document which results in only one posting in Contract Accounts Receivable and Payable
  • Term single entry What it means You use this function to enter a single object of a previously chosen object class
  • Term single material (IS-R) What it means Standard material as sold to the customer, for example, a 250 g packet of chocolate chip cookies
  • Term single material (LE) What it means the SAP system, if single material storage is defined, you can store only one bin quantity in a bin
  • Term single packaging What it means A solitary packaging unit enclosing an item of dangerous goods
  • Term SKU group procedure What it means Technique for determining lot sizes in some AFS MRP lot size procedures which use SKU groups
  • Term single point of failure What it means fail, leading to unplanned downtime. It is often advisable to use additional hardware and fault
  • Term single pool contract What it means single contracts assigned to it
  • Term single processing What it means previously selected object class
  • Term single profile What it means authorization is identified by the name of an authorization object and the name of the
  • Term Single Relation Editor What it means two business objects. This editor can also be accessed from the Object-Based Navigation Editorto
  • Term single-task activity What it means Consists of only one task. A single-task activity calls either a function module or a method
  • Term single requirement combination What it means the receipts of a common order. The SAP APO system checks if it is possible to combine the
  • Term single resource What it means Single resources are resources that can only process one activity at a time
  • Term single sampling inspection What it means An acceptance inspection on the basis of a single unit taken from an inspection lot
  • Term single selection list What it means lists must have at least two entries, but the user can select only one entry. If the user is meant
  • Term single settlement item What it means settlement purposes and retained as an individual statement
  • Term single settlement request What it means The special feature of the settlement request list is that a preceding document does not have to
  • Term single sign-on What it means session management for multiple applications and content sources eliminates having to remember
  • Term Single Sign-On What it means system that they log on to. The Single Sign-On allows users to authenticate themselves once, and
  • Term single sourcing What it means advantage this vendor has over vendors, for example
  • Term single step What it means statement by statement. If you choose this option, you also branch to any subroutines and function
  • Term single transaction check What it means relevanten Limitvorgaben geprüft werden kann
  • Term single transaction check product What it means Central control element for the single transaction check (STC
  • Term single transaction commitment What it means area). The free part of a limit is not to be reducted by a transaction with single commitment
  • Term single value What it means determination level. The original values for a characteristic determined in a quality inspection
  • Term single value analysis What it means the transactions and detailed logs can also be displayed. For example, single value analysis
  • Term single value analysis in ALM What it means maturity volumes, cash flows, liquidities, net interest income, currency liquidity, any write-ups
  • Term single value data set What it means be selected at a given event. Example General business partner data
  • Term single versioning with reversal What it means delivered once. If the results data is incorrect or not valid, the result has to be reversed and
  • Term single-activity resource What it means can be carried out at a time. Single activity resources are used in the following components
  • Term single-byte character set What it means code values 0x20 through 0x7E represent standardized displayable characters, but the characters
  • Term single-byte language What it means character set. Single-byte languages include the following: German English French Greek Russian
  • Term single-dimension set What it means same dimension (table field). Single-dimension sets are used to create hierarchies of data
  • Term single-entry screen What it means Screen within an application on which you enter the data of a single sub-object
  • Term single-host installation What it means host installation, both ITS components (WGate and AGate) and the Web server reside on the same host
  • Term single-level BOM What it means contains the direct components of an assembly. Components that are also assemblies are not exploded
  • Term single-level packing instruction What it means Packing instruction which contains no subordinate packing instructions
  • Term single-level supply and demand mapping What it means according uncovered demand on the sublevel so that this assignment is not lost during aggregation
  • Term single-level where-used list What it means and the quantity of the material used. Only assemblies that contain the material directly (single
  • Term single-mixed resource What it means resource type can be used for both detailed planning with the components Production Planning and
  • Term single-object controlling (CRM) What it means order created automatically
  • Term single-object controlling (PLM-CPR) What it means account assignment object can be, for example, an internal order or a WBS element
  • Term single-quantity procedure code What it means PC) must always be entered together with a quantity and unit of measure. Single-quantity PCs are
  • Term social area What it means goods, or social service
  • Term single-segment planning What it means can plan values for a single profitability segment. Value fields are displayed in the rows of the
  • Term single-selection mode What it means This is an edit mode that allows the user to select and edit one data record in the result list
  • Term single-step task What it means standard tasks and customer tasks, which differ as follows: Standard task Organizational object
  • Term single-store vendor order What it means contains the same store in each order item
  • Term single-transaction-related collateral provision What it means Collateral that assigned to a particular financial transaction
  • Term single-unit inspection What it means results are recorded. This identification can be the serial numbers of the units to be inspected
  • Term single-value characteristic What it means characteristic value at a time. Example The characteristic 'processor' in PC
  • Term single-value recording What it means recorded. A single value can be: A numeric value (for quantitative inspection characteristics) An
  • Term singleton What it means provides a global point of reference to that instance
  • Term SINTEGRA material number What it means A material number in the format approved by Brazil's SINTEGRA agency
  • Term SIREN number What it means persons engaged in commercial activities. You are assigned a SIREN number when you enter your
  • Term SIRET number What it means belonging to a business. Each site has its own SIRET number. The number consists of the business&#
  • Term site (BC-FES-ITS) What it means ITS) to start a service. ITS files are stored in the file system of the ITS server (AGate) or the
  • Term site (BC-SRV-COM) What it means of the site apply to all the telephony servers assigned to it: Country Telephone number prefix
  • Term site (CRM-CIC) What it means Identification Service, or DNIS) that the customer is currently using to contact the contact center
  • Term site (CRM-MW) What it means on the CRM Server (e.g. mobile clients). Each site is assigned to a site type
  • Term site (IS-R-KUNDE) What it means to production, procurement, maintenance, and replenishment planning aspects. A site is a place
  • Term site (LE) What it means possibly also production equipment, warehouse offices, checkpoints, and doors. Activities that take
  • Term site development What it means construction purposes (for example, streets, sewers, electricity
  • Term site group What it means Node in a hierarchy containing further site groups and / or sites
  • Term site maintenance What it means configuration parameters and, using the Site Maintenance Tool, asthe same configuration parameters
  • Term site map What it means defines the locations of bins, pick-up and drop-off points, working areas, zones, and obstacles. It
  • Term site master record What it means Data record containing all the important data pertaining to a site
  • Term site protection What it means protection. These regulations apply to the land itself, any buildings and accompanying structures
  • Term site type What it means Examples of site types are Mobile Client, R/3 (Backend) and External Interface for XML Sites of the
  • Term site visit What it means users. As soon as possible after the visit, the interview and observation data is collated into
  • Term site wizard What it means to create the server location(s) for publishing the files required by the Internet Transaction
  • Term situation What it means documentation work station
  • Term situation template What it means the user for one patient in his special situation. The task templates of a situation template can
  • Term size What it means formula you enter for calculating the variable-size item quantity
  • Term size category What it means in the database. You specify the size category in the technical settings of a table
  • Term size class What it means rent based on a representative list of rents. Most representative lists of rents define certain
  • Term size of package for parallel processing What it means The number of transactions that are selected at one time during a run
  • Term skeleton time What it means s payment-related times. Skeleton time is determined in time evaluation. Example Skeleton time in
  • Term skip What it means the basis of good quality in the past. If all the inspection characteristics in an inspection lot
  • Term skip approval What it means directly release a document
  • Term SKU data What it means requirement. This represents the lowest possible level of information about materials in AFS. If a
  • Term SKU horizon What it means outside of the SKU horizon are planned only at material level. Planning at material level and at
  • Term SKU level What it means all applicable grid values or categories are specified. Presizing breaks requirements/procurement
  • Term SKU level horizon method 1 What it means level horizon to satisfy requirements within the SKU level horizon at SKU level
  • Term SKU level horizon method 2 What it means beyond the SKU level horizon to requirements before the horizon at SKU level
  • Term SKU quantity adjustment What it means quantities in AFS planned orders and production orders
  • Term SKU status What it means Controls AFS discontinued materials at SKU level
  • Term slack time What it means date minus the rest of the processing time
  • Term slave graphics proxy What it means proxy sends the event to one or more slave graphics proxies
  • Term slave host What it means A host that is running a slave index server
  • Term slave index What it means assigned to a slave index server
  • Term slave index server What it means distributed TREX systems. They are only responsible for searching - not for indexing
  • Term slave name server What it means Slave name servers are only used in distributed TREX systems
  • Term slider box What it means It specifies the relative position and (on some platforms) the relative size of the displayed
  • Term sliding dose What it means sliding dose, the dose may increase or decrease and consist of several different cycles. Example
  • Term slot (CS) What it means Subscreen area in the front office screen
  • Term slot (SCM-APO-MSP) What it means is derived by exploding a slot task list
  • Term slot task list What it means basic, it contains just one activity (the service area reservation
  • Term slotting heuristic What it means multi-variant products in the short-term horizon in make-to-order production. The heuristic defines
  • Term slow What it means progressing at a reasonable speed. The movement of the progress of the opportunity is measured in
  • Term slow-moving item (LE-WM) What it means Material that seldom moves in a warehouse
  • Term slow-moving item (LO-LIS) What it means has been no receipt or issue of the material over a protracted period
  • Term small-scale industry What it means Businesses qualify as SSIs if, for example, they have less than two premises and a sales volume not
  • Term smaller business partner and subsidiary integration What it means enables you to do business with smaller business partners or subsidiaries that do not have other
  • Term smart card What it means information in a microchip on the card. The credit can be paid in advance and the amount saved on
  • Term Smart Implementation What it means quickly and easily. A Smart Implementation has the following advantages: Easy configuration of the
  • Term Smart Synchronization What it means application developers and system administrators with a synchronization technique that is specially
  • Term smart tag What it means information and commands to users
  • Term SmartFetch What it means resources using an abbreviated syntax. Rather than having VoiceXML scripts request grammars and
  • Term smoothing What it means splitting payment plan items, which can in turn lead to uneven open items. Smoothing prevents this
  • Term smoothing factor What it means value used in a calculation influences the result. The smoothing factor can have a value between 0
  • Term SMTP What it means transferring electronic mail messages between two computers
  • Term SNA What it means by IBM to define network functions and establish standards for enabling its different models of
  • Term snapshot (FI-CA) What it means accounts have a large number of items. Snapshots are used in Contract Accounts Receivable and
  • Term snapshot (PLM-CPR) What it means cannot modify a snapshot. Snapshots are used for documentation purposes to easily be able to keep
  • Term snapshot (SBO) What it means particular business partner or contact person. A snapshot can be saved to a Microsoft Outlook
  • Term snapshot (SCM-ICH) What it means the Inventory Monitor, for example. The snapshot shows the values that the key figures had at this
  • Term snapshot statement What it means not legally binding. The customer can be provided with a snapshot statement in addition to the
  • Term snapshot storage path What it means here are attached to the Microsoft Outlook contact for which the snapshot is being generated
  • Term SNC connection What it means Network connection that uses the SNC protocol (Secure Network Communication
  • Term SNP aggregation What it means to header level that were disaggregated to sublevel after an SNP planning run at header level
  • Term SNP checking horizon What it means distribution to demand locations (Available-to-Deploy quantity, ATD quantity). It restricts the
  • Term social certificate What it means discounts on bills. This document is provided, for example, for invalids
  • Term SNP disaggregation What it means results from heuristic or optimization-based planning performed at header location product level
  • Term sponsored funds What it means the sponsoring entity
  • Term SNP heuristic What it means over the entire supply chain network (cross-location planning) and creates a medium-term production
  • Term SNP optimization bound profile What it means If, after an SNP optimizer planning run, you need to perform a new planning run, you can use the
  • Term SNP optimizer What it means demand over the entire supply chain network (cross-location planning) and creates a medium-term
  • Term SNP optimizer profile What it means Profile in Supply Network Planning that contains settings for optimization
  • Term SNP planning profile What it means Planning (SNP) (SNP heuristic or SNP optimizer, for example
  • Term SNP priority profile What it means decomposition (SNP optimizer procedure). By assigning priorities, the user can change the sequence
  • Term SNP production horizon What it means production; that is, does not create any SNP planned orders. SNP moves production to the first day
  • Term SNP stock transfer What it means locations. It is generated during an SNP run or CTM planning run. The SNP stock transfer can then
  • Term SNP stock transfer horizon What it means Time period in which SNP does not plan any stock transfers
  • Term SNP stock transfer without source location What it means SNP stock transfer whose source location does not exist in the supply chain model being used
  • Term SNP/CTM runtime object What it means It can be used in SAP APO analogous to a production process model for Capable-to-Match planning as
  • Term SOAP What it means the World Wide Web Consortium homepage (W3C
  • Term social application What it means specific social circumstances (for example, illness, maternity) is processed by his or her
  • Term soft constraint What it means optimization-based planning in Supply Network Planning (SNP). For example, a specific stock level
  • Term social application approval What it means authorized caseworker. Causes the social application to be given the status 'approved'
  • Term social application item What it means and scope of the benefit (for example, monetary assistance, social service), the period of this
  • Term soft-down merge What it means into a surviving order. WIP at unmapped merging order reporting points is transferred to the next
  • Term social insurance group modifier What it means insurance group are entitled. Example You use the social insurance group to determine the amount of
  • Term social service plan What it means that is approved for a constituent on the grounds of specific social circumstances (for example
  • Term social service plan approval What it means authorized caseworker. Associated with this approval, the social service plan data that is relevant
  • Term social service plan assignment profile What it means transaction types, by means of which the related social service plan (SSP) is determined for a
  • Term social service plan determination strategy What it means plan that matches the social application. The following categories of SSP determination strategies
  • Term social service plan item What it means to be approved. The type and scope of the benefit (for example, monetary assistance, social service
  • Term social services eventing What it means activities are triggered in the Social Services environment. Such activities include crating case
  • Term Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Transactions What it means A system used to transfer letters of credit from bank to bank internationally
  • Term SoD conflict What it means object can create a possible Segregation of Duties irregularity
  • Term SoD remediation What it means the Segregation of Duties (SoD) concepts. This is usually accomplished by chaning or eliminating
  • Term SoD risk level What it means severity of the possible irregularity related to the Segregation of Duties (SoD) risks
  • Term soft bounce What it means example, mail server is down) but may be redeliverable at another time
  • Term soft phone What it means function as the hardware version of the telephone. The telephone is displayed as a graphic on the
  • Term soft rating characteristics What it means free to assign discounts and surcharges for various criteria, under certain conditions. The most
  • Term soft reference What it means available is limited. The class CL_ABAP_SOFT_REFERENCE is designated for soft references but has
  • Term soft shutdown What it means existing connections, but does not accept any new ones. Once the SAProuter has no more client
  • Term soft-down split What it means child order reporting points during a split operation. Specifically: if the split quantity from a
  • Term soft-up merge What it means into a surviving order. WIP at unmapped merging order reporting points is transferred with the
  • Term soft-up split What it means child order reporting points during a split operation. Specifically: if the split quantity from a
  • Term software What it means A set of coding that performs specific tasks in order to solve a specific business problem
  • Term Software Agent Framework What it means information from multiple data sources. Examples of such tools are compilation, classification, and
  • Term software component (BC-UPG) What it means delivered together. Typically, there are usually several release versions of a software component
  • Term software component (NW) What it means requirements come from the assembly, delivery and maintenance of the software. Additional
  • Term Software Component Archive What it means specific number of Software Deployment Archives, whose quantity describes a precisely-defined
  • Term software component version (BC-CTS) What it means the state that is shipped from the track
  • Term software component version (BC-XI) What it means and for development objects in the relevant application system. Software components (or versions
  • Term solution operations services What it means planning, implementation services, custom development capabilities, systems integration, operations
  • Term Software Delivery Archive What it means archive. A Software Delivery Archive contains at least the following files: Manifest SAP Manifest
  • Term Software Delivery Assembler What it means These include Add-On Installation Packages, Support Packages, Add-On Upgrade Packages, Conflict
  • Term source category What it means defined by emissions regulating authorities
  • Term Software Delivery Catalog What it means Unlike SDAs, Software Delivery Catalogs (SWCs) contain only the meta description of the grouping
  • Term Software Delivery Composer What it means A function which supports the creation of deliveries
  • Term Software Delivery Manager What it means Tool for delivering non-ABAP SAP developments
  • Term source system (EHS) What it means The system from which data is transferred to an SAP System
  • Term Software Deployment Archive What it means contains at least the following files: Manifest SAP Manifest SDA Deployment Descriptor
  • Term Software Deployment Manager What it means Tool for delivering non-ABAP SAP developments
  • Term sold circulation What it means subscriptions, taking account of returns
  • Term sold or licensed right What it means Rights that are sold or transferred using sales contracts
  • Term sold-to party What it means party can perform the functions of the payer, bill-to party, or ship-to party
  • Term sole and exclusive agent What it means When an agent is bound exclusively to a particular company
  • Term sole provider What it means responsible for all services, and is the owner of the all receivables contained in the bill. All
  • Term sole sourcing What it means The procurement of a material from just one vendor because the latter has a monopoly of the market
  • Term solution (CS) What it means the symptom. A solution can be described by freeform text, required actions, or attachments that
  • Term solution (SBO) What it means the symptom. A solution can be described by freeform text that illustrates and supports the
  • Term solution (SCM-EM) What it means of industry. This grouping is only visible to users with an appropriate license. The grouping has
  • Term solution (SRD-CC-UIG) What it means and technical requirements
  • Term solution in detail What it means contains a comprehensive litany of its features and functions. Typically aimed at technical
  • Term solution lifecycle management What it means at each stage in the solution life cycle, from implementation through ongoing operations to
  • Term Solution Manager project What it means the same type of changes to be performed globally in various component systems (for example for
  • Term source release What it means Installed release of an SAP product that is updated to a more recent release with an upgrade
  • Term Solution Review What it means process parameters to be implemented in the SAP System. The level of detail of the review depends
  • Term solution search What it means access the search function of the solution database
  • Term solutions knowledge base What it means A repository of information that stores problems and solutions
  • Term sort What it means structure in a particular order
  • Term sort buffer What it means can enter processes for Sequencing. The sequence of orders in a sort buffer can change You can
  • Term sort code What it means A key assigned to a profit center and used for sorting purposes
  • Term sort rule (LO-BM) What it means batch determination. For each characteristic you can sort batches in ascending or descending order
  • Term sort rule (SCM-EWM) What it means belonging to a warehouse order. For each characteristic (such as pick path), you can specify
  • Term sort strategy What it means the market price within the relevant time interval
  • Term sort type What it means system can be sorted using this rule. Depending on the data that is to be sorted, four sort types
  • Term sort version What it means asset master record can be used as group or sort criteria (or both) for defining a sort version
  • Term sorted table What it means sorted according to its primary table key. The corresponding generic data type is sorted table
  • Term source (EHS) What it means The legal regulation or other ruling to which a reference value refers
  • Term source (EHS) What it means Safety component. Sources include: Academic publications Journals Books Databases Laws or
  • Term source (SAP) What it means supplier performance to develop better strategic sourcing contracts
  • Term source (XAP-CQM) What it means sources are contract (CONT), vendor quote (VQ), previous quote (PQ), purchase order (PO), manual
  • Term source (XAP-EM) What it means A collective term for materials and substances and operation periods of facilities
  • Term source allocation What it means vendors for your purchase orders for materials. The source allocation uses different selection
  • Term source allocation scheduling logic I What it means the vendor capacity. Thus the system assigns open purchase requisitions one after the other to the
  • Term source allocation scheduling logic II What it means are checked for vendor capacity. During this process the system assigns open purchase requisitions
  • Term source application What it means Application (BEA). A source application can be an SAP application component or a non-SAP
  • Term source attribute What it means value is used as initial value in a derivation rule
  • Term source business partner What it means copied to other business partners. Information copied from the source business partner frequently
  • Term special account balance What it means The total of all turnovers of an account in relation to a turnover class
  • Term source chart of accounts What it means accounts are stored in the financial documents
  • Term source code What it means Linear list of ABAP statements and comments. Created and maintained with the ABAP Editor
  • Term source code modularization What it means source code modularization are include programs and macros
  • Term source code page What it means Unicode requires two code pages 1. source code page - for example SAP Code Page 1100 (ISO8859-1) 2
  • Term source code plug-in What it means codes. Source code plug-ins are enclosed by the statements ENHANCEMENT and ENDENHANCEMENT and are
  • Term source company What it means transactions can be copied from one company to another one. The company to which transactions are
  • Term source control What it means protect ITS files against simultaneous modification by several users, you can source-control the
  • Term source currency What it means of a payment item to the target currency, using the exchange rate
  • Term source data basis What it means the data source in the Consolidation system. You can assign source data bases to an ordinary data
  • Term source determination (MM-PUR) What it means The process of finding sources of supply for a material or group of materials
  • Term source determination (SCM-APO-SNP) What it means data. It uses a number of different criteria, such as quota arrangements, procurement priorities
  • Term source document (CA-DMS) What it means source document when you create a new document info record, to reduce your data entry workload
  • Term source document (FI) What it means the data entered by the user in the transaction system. One or more accounting documents are
  • Term source document (SD) What it means An original document in paper form
  • Term source external ID What it means identify an APO order. For example, motor number or vehicle number. Source means parent order in
  • Term source routine What it means quotations or currency exchange rates for commodities
  • Term source file What it means Customizing, you define the source file to be copied for each combination of data carrier type and
  • Term source inspection What it means representative. The source inspection can be carried out by: The party receiving the goods or
  • Term source item What it means Provider of data in a mapping relationship
  • Term source language What it means The language used to enter a phrase and the text of the phrase
  • Term source level What it means document flow. The following are possible sources: Document header data from the application in the
  • Term source list What it means during which procurement from such sources is possible. The source list lets you determine the
  • Term source version What it means state of knowledge about a business partner changes
  • Term stack height What it means Pallets are stored in stacks in the block storage area
  • Term source list record What it means during which procurement from such sources is possible. Every source of supply is stored in a
  • Term source location subrange What it means categories (for example, dairy products, frozen products canned products). Each source location
  • Term source message What it means program. A synchronous source interface sends a request message, receives a response message, and
  • Term source object (EP-PIN) What it means content to the target object in the relationship. An object may be a source to more than one target
  • Term source object (EP-UNI) What it means navigational terms, it is the object from which the user starts navigation in search of related
  • Term source object (SBO) What it means Either a sales opportunity or service call from which an activity is generated
  • Term source object element What it means Component of the UD Connect source object, for example, a field in a table
  • Term source of excise tax What it means Oil ; Gas. It shows whether the customer is billed using internal or external taxes
  • Term source of supply (MM-PUR) What it means source (vendor) or an internal one (for example, an enterprise's own plant). The system can
  • Term source of supply (SCM-APO) What it means are classified according to procurement type: Sources of supply for in-house production (production
  • Term source of supply for in-house production What it means Source of supply for in-house production (production process model or production data structure
  • Term source planning step What it means Source of a planning step link
  • Term source storage type What it means storage type is defined in a table using the appropriate movement indicator
  • Term source structure What it means the same apportionment rules. In joint production, for example, this enables you to apportion
  • Term source system (BC-CTS) What it means SAP System from which a Repository object is transported into a target system
  • Term source system (BW) What it means System that is available to BI for data extraction and transfer purposes
  • Term source system (CRM-BE) What it means a Billing Engine Application (BEA) with input data that is relevant to billing
  • Term sourcing What it means determination takes place at item level during order entry. Source assigned can be a plant within
  • Term sourcing bin What it means cost section. In the sourcing bin, you can view the components selected in the sourcing preparation
  • Term sourcing control What it means purchase order dependent on the number of sources of supply found. The system creates an
  • Term sourcing hub What it means systems are assigned sources of supply either in the Sourcing Application or via SAP Bidding Engine
  • Term sourcing preparation view What it means section. In the sourcing preparation view, you can select components that should go into a request
  • Term sovereign of incorporation What it means Country of the political and economic risk
  • Term sovereign of incorporation as per cross-guarantee system What it means highest node in a business partner network. Example: Country in which the head office of an
  • Term sovereign of incorporation of business partner What it means identified by the postal address
  • Term SP POID parameter What it means provider, used together with the element type ID to uniquely identify an element. The value is
  • Term space management What it means and cost of preceding logistics activities
  • Term spacing restriction What it means characteristic to a certain interval in the form of spaces
  • Term SPAM/SAINT update What it means Add-On Installation Tool
  • Term spare device What it means This device is used when a device selected for inspection is not suitable (due to damage, for
  • Term spare part What it means kept in stock. Spare parts are not restored to working condition. Spare parts can be entered in
  • Term Spare Parts Procurement What it means spare parts. Spare Parts Procurement is part of the portal for car dealers but can also be
  • Term SpeakAs What it means sound more natural when spoken. For example, you can speak 2005 as two-thousand-and-five with the
  • Term SPEC 2000 What it means achieve a common basis for communication and business process exchange throughout the network
  • Term spec home What it means A sales unit that is built to the specifications of a homebuilder or developer
  • Term SPEC message What it means addition to header and footer
  • Term SPEC2K IDoc What it means required by the ATA SPEC 2000 specification. The lower half of the segment contains the SAP
  • Term special arrangement What it means which can influence the calculations differently. Example Some special arrangements specific to
  • Term special assessment What it means owners# association to cover costs for large outlays when the assessment payments and reserves are
  • Term special asset for gain/loss posting What it means resulting from asset retirements. This master record does not reflect an actual fixed asset
  • Term special buy agreement What it means manufacturer/supplier applicable at the point of sell-in with conditions attached on subsequent
  • Term special content transport What it means Transport tool, you can transport special content of business entity services. These can be are
  • Term special depreciation What it means depreciation. Typically, this form of depreciation allows depreciation by percentage within a tax
  • Term special development system What it means Organizer. With large in-house development projects, it is sometimes advisable to roll out critical
  • Term special excise duty What it means goods, including pan masala, sparkling waters, furs, and yachts
  • Term special G/L account What it means that should not be balanced with receivables and payables from goods and services. An example of
  • Term special G/L indicator What it means transactions include down payments and bills of exchange
  • Term special G/L transaction What it means shown separately in the general ledger and sub-ledger. They include: Bills of exchange Down
  • Term special invoice What it means authority for the use of companies requiring tax refunds
  • Term special items with reserve What it means of using special tax depreciation. In many countries, you are permitted to use tax valuations in
  • Term special operating hours What it means clients which override the default operating hours. Holidays with reduced operating hours or days
  • Term special pay scale group What it means A collection of pay scale groups
  • Term special period What it means operations. A maximum of twelve posting periods and four special periods make up a fiscal year
  • Term special posting What it means Posting of deposits, differences, and reversals of withdrawals in the cash journal
  • Term special price What it means services. It is valid for a defined period of time and/or specific items, quantities or business
  • Term special processing indicator What it means a special form of calculation is used for freight costs. Examples of special processing are
  • Term special procurement type What it means in-house production of the material precisely. Example Consignment Stock transfer Production in
  • Term special provision What it means Special provisions are entered, for example, in the IATA dangerous goods list and in 49 CFR
  • Term special publication What it means bound in newspapers and magazines. These types of independent publications include special
  • Term special purpose code What it means other cash documents. The government can pay funds to an organization for a particular purpose, for
  • Term Special Purpose Ledger What it means for reporting purposes. The customer-defined ledger can be used as the general ledger or as a
  • Term special retention amount What it means estimates, quality defects) which is not covered by the contractually defined security retention
  • Term special rights What it means Umbrella term for benefit rights and third-party rights
  • Term special rights in claim What it means A special right in the claim can refer to both claim header level and subclaim level
  • Term special rights in contract What it means Special rights that are defined in the contract itself
  • Term special service What it means corresponding to the requirements of your customers. Example: Hanging garments on hangers
  • Term special stock What it means location. An example is consignment stock from vendors
  • Term special stock indicator What it means have the following values: K for vendor consignment stock O for stock of material provided to
  • Term special tax region What it means Location that is subject to special tax treatment such as excluded territories
  • Term special text variable What it means associated with characteristics used in a report
  • Term special transport What it means include the following request types: Transports of copies Relocations
  • Term special work rules text What it means which determine how the system can schedule an employee when calculating or recalculating a
  • Term special working conditions What it means an employee works in the extreme north, he or she is entitled to a different level of seniority
  • Term specialization What it means number of ways to specialize an entity type. The criterion used for the specialization is defined
  • Term specialized lending What it means The financing of a one-off project, for example, the building of a power station in South America
  • Term specialty What it means Ophthalmology Cardiosurgery
  • Term specialty category What it means master data of organizational units. Certain countries only use a part of the specialty key
  • Term specific download What it means front end system for the purpose of decentralized PC data entry on the basis of Microsoft Access
  • Term specific exemption What it means particular type that applies to a particular company. Any company claiming a specific exemption
  • Term specific header What it means document (type SCR): Form Style Line width
  • Term specific inflation gain or loss What it means item using a specific inflation index
  • Term specific inflation index What it means commodity or goods, for example, gold, as opposed to the general inflation index. In inflation
  • Term specific market risk What it means book transaction in question. These price changes arise from changes in the creditworthiness of the
  • Term specific questionnaire What it means A questionnaire assigned to a specific object
  • Term specific tax rate What it means value, but according to some physical characteristic such as weight or size, or just per unit
  • Term specific transit time What it means Time required from the shipping point to reach a specific goods recipient along a route
  • Term specification (BC-MID-BUS) What it means input and output variables for services. A specification reduces the effort building a service. If
  • Term specification (EHS) What it means chemical properties, medical notes, and details on transport and storage. Specifications can be
  • Term specification (LO-PDM) What it means specific task in a technical system (product or installation). The component is used without a
  • Term specification category What it means companies. In the SAP component Environment, Health and Safety, the following specification
  • Term specification limit What it means whether a characteristic value is to be accepted or rejected during the inspection of quantitative
  • Term specification reference What it means transfer value assignments from the main specification to the referencing specification. If a value
  • Term specification system What it means or procurement. These include: Maintenance and management of templates (for types of components
  • Term sponsored link What it means regular search results when users search for certain key terms
  • Term specification type What it means companies. Different specification types can be assigned depending on the specification category
  • Term specifications document What it means mobile client application. It can contain: 1)Business requirements - For example, in the
  • Term specimen What it means or that is needed in a quality inspection
  • Term speculative load What it means Goods without a purchase order. The speculative load forms the foundation for a home delivery tour
  • Term speech bubble What it means automatically creates the instruction in the bubble text during recording and the author can change
  • Term speech text What it means creates a text that is displayed in the SAP Tutor Player as an instruction in a speech bubble. You
  • Term speed What it means The rapidity at which an opportunity moves through the various sales stages
  • Term speed status setting What it means quickly an opportunity has moved through the previous sales stage. The speed status is required in
  • Term Spend Analysis What it means Information Warehouse (SAP BW) to mySAP Supplier Relationship Management (mySAP SRM). Spend
  • Term spend method What it means Describes the type of expenditure, for example, fixed, variable, sales revenue-related
  • Term spending limit What it means The maximum value a shopping cart can have before it requires approval
  • Term spending value What it means The purchase amount designated by a buying organization for a particular category of materials
  • Term spending value breakdown What it means category. This information is used to plan initiatives for a program. Valid for planned, negotiated
  • Term SPL-requested return What it means service part, the vendor searches for this part at the sites of his or her customers (dealers) who
  • Term split (IS-OIL-DS-EXG) What it means been chosen with the breakdown indicator. Mostly the choice is: Split according to working days per
  • Term split (PP) What it means individual machines, for which you can enter available capacities, to achieve more detailed
  • Term split amount What it means The amount can be either fixed or expressed as a percentage
  • Term split derivative of a structured financial instrument What it means economic characteristics and host contract risks. In accordance with IAS 39, these structures are
  • Term split indicator (IS-OIL-DS-EXG) What it means indicator, the split indicator indicates whether the quantity is to be distributed over all the
  • Term split indicator (PY) What it means split indicator is a key for reading the corresponding values for another table. Example: An
  • Term split invoice What it means by splitting purchase invoices
  • Term split invoicing What it means terms of payment for a delivery. For example, split invoices can be created for net price, fees
  • Term split length What it means be a standard length from the material master record or a length specified by the user
  • Term split quantity What it means Limit value as of which an order quantity or outbound delivery quantity is split
  • Term split remainder What it means The part of the original delivery that remains after the delivery split
  • Term split results What it means original delivery become the split remainder and the active, newly-created deliveries become the
  • Term split revaluation of depreciation What it means made between the following: The revaluation of the current month's depreciation amount This is
  • Term split rule What it means Combination of parameters that the system takes into account when it creates freight units
  • Term split valuation What it means different stock accounts in terms of value. You can valuate different stocks of the same material
  • Term split value What it means creation when using the order split
  • Term splitscreen editor What it means to display and edit the source code of two programs side by side, even if they reside in different
  • Term splitter What it means and displays them in a grid. The areas can be resized relative to each other
  • Term splitting What it means operation can be split, for example, if it is: Processed simultaneously by several machines
  • Term splitting environment What it means Defines which splitting methods are relevant, and how individual cash flows are to be split
  • Term splitting factor What it means if more than one sender or receiver segment is determined for an allocation run
  • Term splitting service What it means category and then determine a rule for creating one or more follow-on documents (for example, how
  • Term spoilage What it means have been stored wrongly or for too long a period
  • Term sponsor What it means in other words, a credit enhancement) or provide off-balance-sheet securitization exposures
  • Term sponsor identifier What it means Reference that uniquely identifies a sponsor
  • Term sponsored class What it means classification. It is used to group expenses and revenues to meet the sponsor's reporting
  • Term sponsored program What it means s view and reporting needs. It defines, in the sponsor's view and terms, a program to be
  • Term spool What it means The winding of cable from one reel to another
  • Term spool administration What it means A tool for managing the spool system
  • Term spool request What it means to be printed are sent to the SAP spool system. When a spool request is opened, print parameters
  • Term spool server What it means server prepares the data for forwarding to the operating system spool system
  • Term spool system What it means is part of the Computing Center Management System (CCMS
  • Term spool work process What it means processes format print data and pass it to the spool system of the underlying operating system
  • Term sports type What it means athletically-related student aid
  • Term spot delivery What it means Customer-specific agreement on the supply of a fixed amount of energy for a certain period
  • Term spot exchange transaction What it means currency is credited or delivered two days after closing operations
  • Term spot price What it means Price charged for energy on the spot market
  • Term spot rate What it means volume of trade is achieved
  • Term spot rate method of currency translation What it means straight spot-rate method and the modified spot-rate method : Straight spot-rate method - All the
  • Term spot review What it means performance anytime and as often as required
  • Term spread (FI) What it means rate and the offer rate
  • Term spread (FIN-FSCM-TRM-TM) What it means markup of a reference interest rate for interest rate-dependent derivative financial transactions
  • Term spread clause What it means between the landlord and tenant. It stipulates that the rent is adjusted in line with the rent
  • Term spread curve What it means credit) risk categories. A spread curve contains interest rate spreads for different terms but the
  • Term spread curve type What it means spread curve type comprises two yield curve types
  • Term spread dependent on financial instrument What it means consists of the basic curve and (possibly) an exogenous spread, is shifted so that discounting the
  • Term spread of hedge What it means of the hedging instrument is shifted, so that discounting the expected future cash flows results in
  • Term spud date What it means The date when the original drilling activities, for example, groundbreaking, begin for a well
  • Term SPUMG What it means page systems, Blended Code Page systems, and MDMP systems to Unicode
  • Term SQL What it means to relational databases. Broken down into DML, DDL, and DCL. SQL is the programming interface of
  • Term SQL Audit What it means Currently, all OPEN SQL SELECT statements are recorded; write statements such as INSERT, UPDATE or
  • Term SQL trace What it means reports and transactions
  • Term SQL Trace What it means is a feature provided by the Open SQL Engine
  • Term SRM Server What it means Central server on which Enterprise Buyer and Bidding Engine reside
  • Term SSE subcription What it means an event is triggered. A subscription can be used to start further activities, such as notifying a
  • Term SSF profile What it means mechansims where a user or component's private part of the public-key information is stored
  • Term SSL client PSE What it means the information needed to establish a connection using the Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) protocol
  • Term SSL Provider Service What it means Engine based on the Secure Socket Layer (SSL
  • Term SSL server PSE What it means the information needed to establish a connection using the Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) protocol
  • Term SSL termination What it means for incoming HTTPS connections. Depending on the configuration, the dispatcher then forwards the
  • Term staging (MDM) What it means objects are stored for comparing, matching, merging, and editing. The aim is to post the objects to
  • Term staging area (CRM-MKT) What it means The area in which digital assets are qualified and processed
  • Term SSO administration wizard What it means logon tickets for Single Sign-On (SSO). Based on an initial configuration (primarily profile
  • Term SSO Personal Security Environment What it means mySAP Workplace when using logon tickets. The Workplace Server uses its SSO PSE to digitally sign
  • Term stability rule What it means planning (DRP) horizons and the activities that are allowed during them
  • Term stability study What it means moisture, and brightness, on a product and its properties over a specified period of time. In the
  • Term stacking factor (SCM-APO-SNP) What it means Indicates how many pallets can be stacked on a particular pallet position in a means of transport
  • Term staff assignment What it means contract partner. During the filling process, the system checks whether the job description and the
  • Term staff assignments What it means relationship between positions and holders (employees or users
  • Term staff indicator What it means normal organizational structure or reporting structure of an enterprise. The organizational unit or
  • Term staffing What it means The required capacity that is filled by a resource
  • Term staffing action What it means Client customizable attribute used for marking a resource as a candidate for a demand
  • Term staffing dashboard What it means staffing dashboard enables resource managers to determine how many resources have been assigned to
  • Term staffing level What it means as to the number of required resources for a demand, displayed as: Unstaffed Partly staffed Fully
  • Term staffing percentage (PA-PM) What it means Example A working time of 20 hours each week is defined for an employee. A staffing percentage of
  • Term staffing percentage (PA-RC) What it means The percentage of a vacancy occupied by one or more applicants
  • Term staffing status What it means staffing target. The system derives the staffing status by comparing the number of open roles to
  • Term stage What it means Subdivision of a program (for example, stage 1, 2, 3
  • Term stage analysis What it means the success of the sales activity. This function also displays a comparison graph that provides an
  • Term stage formula What it means A formula that is assigned to a stage of the recipe
  • Term staggered billing What it means customer sections in a utility company
  • Term staging (BW) What it means A process that prepares (stages) data in a Data Warehouse
  • Term staging (CRM-MD-PCT) What it means catalog contents which have already been published. Changes are published after being released
  • Term staging area (IS-HT-DRM) What it means to a manufacturer/supplier. In the staging area, items can be maintained and any transmission
  • Term staging area (SCM-APO-CPR-SCH) What it means to the warehouse. The staging area is copied from the OLTP system to the SAP APO System and is
  • Term staging area (SD) What it means are used for the intermediate storage of goods in the warehouse. They are near the relevant doors
  • Term staging type What it means Example Pick parts Materials made available according to the quantities specified in the production
  • Term stakeholder (FIN-SEM-SRM) What it means expects that this interest will be taken into account in strategic decisions. Stakeholders mainly
  • Term stakeholder (SRM-CM) What it means An associated user or responsible user
  • Term stakeholder (XAP-RPM) What it means Typical portfolio item stakeholders are senior executives from the various organizations impacted
  • Term stakeholder list What it means authorizations for accessing initiatives
  • Term stalled What it means that the opportunity is progressing at a slow rate over a number of days that the manager specifies
  • Term stamp paper What it means with a rupee note in a specific denomination. Different denomintions are required for different
  • Term stamp tax What it means based on the amount not otherwise covered by sales taxes
  • Term STAMPIT Integration What it means based franking software of the Deutsche Post AG (German postal service) used to create online
  • Term STAMPIT Journal What it means A history of all electronic stamps you have generated on the PC you are working on
  • Term STAMPIT setting code What it means assign default reports to marketing documents. The STAMPIT setting code of the report must be
  • Term stand-alone data type What it means Dictionary. Compare with bound data type
  • Term stand-in What it means events to different terminals
  • Term standalone component What it means that is not deployed within an application but separately on the J2EE Engine
  • Term standalone dispatcher What it means process J2EE requests only, the standalone dispatcher is required. This starts and monitors the
  • Term standalone enqueue server What it means within a high availability solution in AS ABAP
  • Term standalone gateway What it means between an SAP application server and an external program
  • Term standalone scenario What it means no Materials Management functionality in the ERP system. Instead, the Materials Management
  • Term standard abbreviation What it means A short form of a word or words that is commonly recognized and included in dictionaries
  • Term standard activity agreement What it means Standard layout of the activity agreement in the commission contract
  • Term standard activity design What it means A simplified version of the activity transaction in HTML format
  • Term standard address What it means entered in the address determination the system retrieves the standard address
  • Term standard address type What it means on a time-dependent basis. Ths standard address type enables the standard address to be time
  • Term standard admission What it means admission procedure is basically identical for the inpatient and outpatient areas
  • Term standard agreement What it means that becomes valid for specific standard agreements when it is assigned to them
  • Term standard allocation rule What it means allocated in the same proportions, thus allowing the process to be automated
  • Term standard application for commission What it means level of data dictionary objects and related screens, programs and functions is required as a
  • Term standard available capacity What it means available capacity has been defined. To specify the standard available capacity, you enter: Work
  • Term standard back-end integration version What it means in the CRM system. An organizational unit (sales organization, sales office, or sales group) can
  • Term standard benefit What it means Employees can change the options of this type of benefit during flexible benefits enrollment
  • Term standard BOM What it means maintenance Standard networks The components of a standard BOM represent frequently occurring
  • Term standard buffer What it means hierarchy to display, for example, an interim production store in the system. The standard buffer
  • Term standard capacity What it means capacity can be maintained as a capacity variant
  • Term standard catalog What it means Catalog which is opened in an external window rather than within the application
  • Term standard categorization What it means addition to its MDS category
  • Term standard class What it means without entering a specific class, you use the standard class defined for the object
  • Term standard commission contract What it means organization can be mapped for the business partners (commission recipients). The standard
  • Term standard condition (FS-AM-PR-CD) What it means contracts of this product. Standard conditions can be overridden by individual conditions for the
  • Term standard condition (IS-B) What it means transactions and transaction-independent valuation
  • Term standard condition (IS-B-BCA) What it means product. You can override standard conditions by defining individual conditions for the account
  • Term standard control What it means Value that can be taken by the attribute Significance of a Control
  • Term standard cost (CO-PC) What it means relatively long period of time. The standard cost of a material can remain stable for a year. It is
  • Term standard cost (SBO) What it means The item cost is copied from the Item Master Data without any additional calculations
  • Term standard item (SRM-EBP) What it means contains a product or a catalog item or a description (text item
  • Term standard cost estimate (CO-PC) What it means master record. The cost estimate must be executed with a costing variant that updates the material
  • Term standard cost estimate (CO-PC) What it means for profit planning or product costing where the focus is on determining the variances. Typicall, a
  • Term standard delimiters What it means functions. In some cases, they are used to indicate a deliberate break in cadence as the data is
  • Term standard design What it means work order. Standard designs are linked directly to the generated work order
  • Term standard domain What it means for users and business objects. Internet addresses are generated automatically when users or
  • Term standard element What it means reports, and headers/footers
  • Term standard execution step What it means data. Standard XSteps do not contain specific values. They can be used as the template when
  • Term standard feature What it means by the Activate Features report (RPUMKG00) in the features generator. Standard features are
  • Term standard folder What it means by system administrators. Users can organize their favorite objects in these folders, but cannot
  • Term Standard for the Exchange of Product Model Data What it means Exchange) for a cross-system description of product data. Product data that is described according
  • Term standard form print What it means defined as standard in the system. As such, the user cannot choose the forms at printout
  • Term standard hierarchy (CO-OM-ABC) What it means controlling area from the Controlling standpoint. A business process is assigned to an end node of
  • Term standard hierarchy (CO-OM-CCA) What it means Controlling standpoint. You assign a cost center to an end node of the standard hierarchy in the
  • Term standard industry sector What it means sectors include mechanical engineering and plant engineering and construction
  • Term standard initial room role What it means the first time, the system uses the standard initial room role as a template to create the user
  • Term standard key (BC-ABA) What it means with character-like and byte-like data types. If the row type contains substructures, these are
  • Term standard key (BC-DWB-DIC) What it means Key of a table that consists of the individual key fields
  • Term standard layout What it means layout provides default values for parameters, which can be overwritten in the report. Example
  • Term standard list status What it means Predefined GUI status for a list
  • Term standard macro What it means not triggered manually by the planner or directly by a background job
  • Term standard maintenance routing What it means The standard maintenance routing is not linked with a technical object. A standard maintenance
  • Term standard material type What it means include raw materials and semifinished products
  • Term standard milestone What it means in the Project System
  • Term standard model What it means objects: Work clearance application Operational WCD You use the standard model if lockout/tagout is
  • Term standard module What it means relatively long-term basis in the same way (for example, brand name goods
  • Term standard network What it means be used as templates for creating new networks. Standard networks are used in projects for
  • Term standard object What it means a standard BOM without reference to an object. There is no master record for a standard object in
  • Term standard of valuation for dental services What it means German statutory health insurance. In contrast, dental services to insureds in a German private
  • Term standard of valuation for panel physician services What it means German Social Security Code
  • Term standard operating procedure What it means operators or users of installations, technical equipment, working procedures, substances, or
  • Term start macro What it means specifies the selection ID
  • Term standard option What it means price) on a specified expiry date or at any time during a specified exercise period
  • Term standard overview What it means capacities defined for it, the system compares the total capacity requirements with the available
  • Term standard page header What it means standard page header is made up of a standard header and column headers. If no list header is
  • Term standard pallet What it means standard pallet size, the system proposes splitting incoming materials into multiples of this size
  • Term standard search What it means involves entering one or more words that are to be contained in the description
  • Term standard partner What it means particular partner function. For example, if the Smith Company has three possible payers, one of
  • Term standard phrase What it means of the one-to-one e-mail function. Once a standard phrase is chosen, it is inserted into the text
  • Term standard plan What it means A plan in which employees are automatically enrolled
  • Term standard planning layout What it means A planning layout predefined by SAP and differentiated according to planning areas
  • Term standard price (MM) What it means and invoices into account
  • Term standard price procedure What it means quantity movements are valuated at the valuation price in the material master record. Price
  • Term standard project What it means A project structure that can be used as a template for creating new projects
  • Term standard project definition What it means created in a standard project. The standard project definition has data that is binding for the
  • Term standard purchase order What it means or a plant belonging to a different company code
  • Term standard question group What it means group, only one starting question is permitted. Proceeding from this starting question, you can
  • Term standard recipient What it means recipients during ETM settlement. This entails less maintenance when you want to change the control
  • Term standard release What it means beginning of 2002. Replaces the release types CA and GA
  • Term standard remuneration clearing agreement What it means applied only to the individual remuneration belonging to the commission contract in question
  • Term standard report (BC-SRV-REP) What it means A report delivered with the standard SAP system
  • Term standard report (FI-LC) What it means following are examples of standard reports: Balance sheet or income statement with year or version
  • Term standard request What it means changes are automatically recorded. When you define a standard request, the dialog box that queries
  • Term standard response What it means WebClient e-mail screen, that provides consistent handling and messaging to customers
  • Term standard rule What it means settings have been made for warehouse order creation
  • Term standard safety stock planning What it means planner manually entering safety stock information directly into the system. These methods are
  • Term start page group What it means characteristics; these links are displayed together on one start page. A start page usually
  • Term standard scheduling agreement What it means commission contract.The standard scheduling agreement uses the standard commission contract to
  • Term standard selection screen (BC-ABA) What it means SCREEN statement. A standard selection screen has the screen number 1000 and is only possible in
  • Term standard selection screen (BC-FES-GUI) What it means run an ABAP report program. See also the glossary entry for this term in the component BC-ABA
  • Term standard selection variant What it means entered another selection variant
  • Term standard sequence What it means parallel and alternative sequences can branch. The first sequence of operations entered in a
  • Term standard service catalog What it means standard service catalog (SSC) is one way of storing service descriptions as master data without
  • Term standard service number What it means descriptions are stored in standard service catalogs (SSCs) as individual text modules, each of
  • Term standard setting What it means delivered data in various ways. Data can be used: As example data to understand a function As a
  • Term standard simulation What it means automatically for closing gaps
  • Term standard supplier What it means on the basis of the supply relationship of the force element
  • Term standard symbol What it means with values that can be defined in the various applications
  • Term standard table What it means has no unique table key. During access to a standard table via its primary table key, it is
  • Term standard task What it means business object types in standard tasks. The following apply to standard tasks: Object type TS in
  • Term start of operation What it means The point in time when the operational usage of an equipment or asset starts
  • Term standard text What it means a recipe or order. You can use standard texts as templates to create texts for operations, phases
  • Term standard text variable What it means System calculates the value for the variable based on current system records. Example Author of
  • Term statistical analysis What it means larger group from which a data sample was taken
  • Term standard toolbar What it means the statement SET PF-STATUS. The standard toolbar contains pushbuttons, which are defined in Menu
  • Term standard trigger point What it means points, you minimize the work of creating trigger points
  • Term standard unit of measure What it means define the standard unit of measure as either the base unit of measure or the production unit
  • Term standard valuation (EC-CS) What it means to standard valuation criteria specified by corporate policy. This is achieved by posting
  • Term standard valuation (FI-LC) What it means according to standard valuation criteria specified by corporate policy. This is achieved by posting
  • Term standard value (PA-BN-FB) What it means offered by an organization to an employee by default. The standard value represents the cost to the
  • Term standard value (PP-BD) What it means using the CAPP standard value calculation. Standard values are used in costing, scheduling, and
  • Term standard variant What it means Parameter variant that you save under a name in order to use it again later
  • Term standard volume What it means Standard temperature (Ts) = 273.15 K Standard pressure (Ps) = 1.01325 bars
  • Term standard Web template (BW-BEX) What it means specify any Web template from the SAP Reference IMG as a standard Web template
  • Term standard Web template (BW-BEX) What it means particular BEx functions. In the Business Explorer the following standard Web templates are
  • Term standard XStep repository What it means irrespectively of their business application in accordance with their status
  • Term standardized approach What it means II. The standard approach is divided into two methods: the simple standardized approach, and the
  • Term standardized financial data What it means Standardized financial data is typically created by standardizing entries involving the reported
  • Term start of supply What it means service location (after moving in, for example
  • Term start offset What it means time. A start offset must be specified if a different period of time is valid the first time the
  • Term start page What it means access to all services that are required for this role
  • Term start parameter What it means initial data, the version of the processing rule and of the secondary data sources, and the update
  • Term start phase What it means business process in the SAP Easy Access menu and ends with the creation of the application. In this
  • Term standardizing entry (EC-CS) What it means the policies and requirements of the corporate group. Standardizing entries can be made to the
  • Term standardizing entry (FI-LC) What it means bring this data into line with corporate standards. Standardizing entries can be made locally by
  • Term standards data What it means The data structure of the different EDI standards, for example EDIFACT or ANSI X12
  • Term status board What it means technical situation of force elements that influences the operation
  • Term standby database What it means secondary (that is, standby) database service can be used if the primary database fails, thereby
  • Term standby power What it means produce their own energy. This power is used in case there is a temporary full or partial power
  • Term standing instructions What it means recurring basis. Standing instructions are transferred automatically to the financial transactions
  • Term standing order What it means favor of one or more certain recipients. Standing orders with one order recipient item are called
  • Term standing order with fixed amount What it means Standing order in which fixed transfer amounts are stored for all recipient items
  • Term standing order with variable amount What it means transfer amount is calculated on the basis of the current account balance to which the standing
  • Term standing request (FI-CA) What it means Template for creating periodically recurring postings
  • Term standing request (PSM-FM) What it means A collective request used to generate periodically recurring individual requests
  • Term start What it means work item starts when the work item first assumes the status reserved or the status in process
  • Term start condition What it means Condition that has to be fulfilled before a follow-up action is automatically started
  • Term start date (MP-APP-DPE) What it means Date and time when an auction or RFQ automatically becomes active
  • Term start date (SBO) What it means The date that determines the beginning of a period of time
  • Term start function code What it means Screen sequence control in the business transaction is triggered by the start function code
  • Term start profile What it means system on a network-wide basis. A start profile contains parameter settings that determine the
  • Term start transaction What it means be entered. After the start transaction has been executed, the SAP System starts the associated
  • Term start value What it means this value when it is created. The start value is set with the VALUE addition in the DATA statement
  • Term start-finish relationship What it means A relationship where an activity must start before its successor can finish
  • Term start-finish rule What it means analysis. When the start-finish rule is used in progress analysis, the percentage of completion
  • Term start-start relationship What it means A relationship in which an activity cannot start until its predecessor has started
  • Term start-up method What it means should be started automatically when the server is started
  • Term starting What it means transaction SM51). This status usually follows the initial status. The application server starts
  • Term starting location What it means Obtained through the Business Partner, the system is able to compute the distance from the resource
  • Term startup plug What it means Specific inbound plug of a component that enables the link to a Web Dynpro component
  • Term state What it means The status of an item or development plan in individual development planning
  • Term state license fee zone What it means used to establish tax or pricing conditions for a group of customers which have been entered in the
  • Term state license number What it means Number assigned to each physician in the U.S.A. who prescribes, stores or dispenses drugs
  • Term state of having a negative effect on subsidy What it means This means that the subsidies that normally occur as tax and premium benefits must be repaid
  • Term state of joint liability What it means real property loan). In Germany, these parcels could be recorded on different pages of the land
  • Term state tax number What it means number, known as inscriçăo estadual in Brazil, must be included on all notas fiscais issued by
  • Term statistics (CA) What it means The collection, analysis, interpretation, and presentation of masses of numerical data
  • Term stateful What it means context (roll area) in the SAP Web Application Server exists across individual requests. Data is
  • Term stateless (BC-BSP) What it means context is re-released after each request in the SAP Web Application Server
  • Term stateless (BC-FES-ITS) What it means application context is re-released after each request in the SAP Web Application Server. Most
  • Term statement block What it means consecutive statements. The statements of a statement block are processed sequentially. Statement
  • Term statement of stockholders' equity What it means triggered by activities in the consolidation of investments. The report shows the changes to the
  • Term statement pooling What it means pooling is a feature provided by Open SQL Engine
  • Term statement structure What it means can use the Statement Template function to insert the basic structure of an ABAP statement in the
  • Term statement wage type What it means results with separate names
  • Term statement without turnovers What it means no turnovers on the account. The bank statement can be created in a mass run, single run or at the
  • Term static attribute (BC-ABA) What it means instance of the class. The content of the static attributes determine the instance independent
  • Term static attribute (MP-APP-DPE) What it means with rules, to determine the behavior of an opportunity in Dynamic Auction and Dynamic Bidding
  • Term static breakpoint What it means breakpoints are not user specific. If a developer sets a static breakpoint, the program stops at
  • Term static chart What it means planning board and cannot be manually hidden or displayed. Charts that depict activities
  • Term static component What it means static components of a class can be addressed using the name of the class
  • Term static fill-in What it means A read-only fill-in based on procurement variables
  • Term static lot-sizing procedure What it means the material master record of the material. Costs incurred from storage, setup procedures, or
  • Term static method What it means independently of an instance of the class. Static mathods can only access static attributes and
  • Term static product determination What it means once from the start time-stamp of the planning horizon
  • Term static section What it means of cells in the columns and rows is fixed (comparable to a Microsoft Excel workbook). A static
  • Term statistics (MP-APP-BB) What it means notes have been accessed by other users in a given period of time
  • Term static stopping What it means or not forecast (FRC) or Just-in-Time (JIT) delivery schedules (types of scheduling agreement
  • Term station What it means remains at a station for the duration of one takt only. Every station is a line segment, but not
  • Term stationing What it means Information about the location and address of force elements
  • Term statistic (BC-SRV-QUE) What it means larger group of data
  • Term statistic (QM) What it means Examples of statistics are: Mean value Standard deviation of the sample (internal dispersion
  • Term statistical company What it means non group payables or receivables. It is used during the breakdown of a financial statement item
  • Term statistical condition What it means value of the condition (net price) is not posted because it is accounted for by another invoice
  • Term statistical goods receipt What it means from another vendor to a customer in the system. Posting a statistical goods receipt for a third
  • Term statistical key figure What it means Profit centers There are the following types of statistical key figures: Fixed value Fixed values
  • Term statistical key figure group What it means An organizational unit that groups statistical key figures that are to be processed in one step
  • Term statistical line item What it means contract accounts receivable and payable as a marker. These items do not change posting totals for
  • Term statistical order What it means costs posted to them are for information purposes only and cannot be settled. Every order in
  • Term statistical posting What it means a specified clearing account automatically (for example, received guarantees of payment
  • Term statistical process control What it means The application of statistical techniques to control operations and processes
  • Term statistical range of coverage What it means assuming average daily requirements, and that no new receipts are taken into account. The
  • Term statistical reserve What it means be configurable default values, or they can be determined on the basis of a configurable rule tool
  • Term statistical value (QM) What it means The value of a statistic
  • Term statistical value (SD-FT) What it means Fair market value is the price the product is sold at in the manufacturer's domestic market
  • Term statistics (SRM-SUD) What it means find out, for example, how often their company has been compared with other companies within the
  • Term statistics content component What it means component hierarchies, can be assigned below the first level of a price content component hierarchy
  • Term statistics content component hierarchy What it means statistics. Structures of publications or websites can be reproduced in a statistics content
  • Term status (AP-PPE) What it means used to control which components are released for subsequent processes, such as procurement
  • Term status (BC-SRV-ARL) What it means statuses: Unknown - not known Prepared - cannot be accessed yet Online - accessible Offline
  • Term status (BC-SRV-CM) What it means customer. Examples: In Processing Complete
  • Term status (BC-SRV-EDI) What it means stored in its status record and provide information on its progress to date. The current status
  • Term status (FIN-SEM-CPM) What it means specific symbols. Typical status properties are, for example, Very good , Good , or Critical
  • Term status (FS-CMS) What it means transaction. The status controls the processing of a collateral agreement or a business
  • Term status (PA) What it means the following HR components: Personnel Development (PA-PD) Organizational Management (PA-OS
  • Term Status and Tracking System What it means you to monitor the status of the planning process: Status management for planning steps Workflow
  • Term status attribute (BC-CCM) What it means reported. The status attribute describes the general status of an SAP component
  • Term status attribute (BC-SRV-COM) What it means Property that is assigned to a document by the system
  • Term status attribute (MP-APP-CR) What it means more status attributes
  • Term status attribute (SCM-EM) What it means consists of a status attribute name and a status attribute value
  • Term status attribute name What it means the status attribute value, the status attribute name allows a unique determination of an event
  • Term status attribute profile What it means Grouping of status attributes that can be assigned to the event handler type
  • Term status attribute type What it means either the YES/NO type or the status attribute value type. A status attribute type specifies the
  • Term status attribute value What it means attribute type. The status attribute values NOT STARTED , IN TRANSIT and ARRIVED can be defined for
  • Term status attribute value for document flow What it means an aggregated node in the document flow network. The status attribute values NOT STARTED, IN
  • Term status bar (BC-FES-GUI) What it means status bar contains an output field, which is used by the SAP system to display status messages
  • Term status bar (SBO) What it means displays the system time and date, error messages, the progress of internal processes, or other
  • Term status carrier object What it means Every status carrier object can have several status attributes. Example: MDoc
  • Term status characteristic (IS-M-AM) What it means example whether the ad spec data for an ad item was entered completely and the schedule lines could
  • Term status characteristic (MP-APP-CR) What it means values of status schemas. Status characteristics are described in a predefined list. Examples for
  • Term status code What it means Operation-related information for the MRP controller
  • Term status concept What it means based on the use of the three statuses Archivable , Archived and Deleted . These are set at the
  • Term Status Concept of Physical Documents What it means Knowledge Provider. The status concept is used for version control, for example
  • Term status confirmation What it means received from an R/3 System in IDoc format. In the R/3 System, the status confirmation is appended
  • Term status due report What it means Report that lists overdue event messages
  • Term status file What it means Interface for outbound messages
  • Term status group What it means status for determining the status messages that appear in the incompletion log
  • Term status history What it means contains the current status, the status reason, the user who set the status, and the date on which
  • Term status icon What it means to a screen field. The data object of the same name in the ABAP program must have the data type
  • Term status indicator What it means payroll result is no longer up-to-date because retroactive accounting was performed, it is not
  • Term status information What it means Examples of activity data include scheduling and resource data. You can analyze activity data
  • Term status line What it means the: Assigned style Current form Section of text displayed
  • Term status log What it means which users set a certain status, and when. You can make an additional log entry if the document
  • Term status transfer of physical documents What it means status and status transfers
  • Term status management (CA) What it means Statuses can be set by the system or the user. The current status of an object (that is, the
  • Term status management (FS-CMS) What it means The tool to define statuses and status transitions
  • Term status management (SCM-BAS-STM) What it means Chain Management. A status mirrors, in compressed form, the processing run of an object. More than
  • Term status management service What it means current state, for example, in approval workflows
  • Term status message What it means subsequent dynpro, in the status bar
  • Term status value (MP-APP-CR) What it means attribute can have only one status value. Status values are specified in Customizing
  • Term status network What it means that is, which status can follow on from another. This enables you to control the workflow involved
  • Term status number What it means be set in ascending order according to their status number. An object (such as an order or project
  • Term status object What it means possibly a status profile) to an SAP object (such as an order, a resource or a project). The SAP
  • Term status of physical documents What it means KPro). This status indicator is used in KPro to ensure consistency. Only certain status transfers
  • Term status profile (BC-SRV-CM) What it means transfers of a case. One status profile is assigned to each case
  • Term status profile (CA) What it means user in general status management. In a status profile you can: Define the sequence in which user
  • Term status profile (IS-H) What it means A customer-defined number of user statuses and rules relating to Basic Medical Documentation
  • Term status reason (PA-ER) What it means #039; is set for an application. At the same time, the status reason 'overqualified' is
  • Term status reason (PA-RC) What it means receives the status Rejected. The following reasons can be given for the applicant's rejection
  • Term status record What it means contains a status that corresponds to an IDoc processing step
  • Term status retrieval What it means for one or more event handlers either by an internal function of the Event Manager or from an
  • Term status schema What it means attributes. Status schemas are defined in Customizing
  • Term status selection profile (CA) What it means select data. For example, you can use status selection profiles in information systems to choose
  • Term status selection profile (PS) What it means and use to select data in the project information system and to trigger predefined milestone
  • Term status transfer What it means point at which it is entered until it is passed on to Financial Accounting
  • Term status transition What it means events. Status transitions are defined in Customizing
  • Term status type (BC-DWB-TOO) What it means choose one of the following status types: Screen Dialog box List List in dialog box
  • Term status type (CA-DMS) What it means to distinguishing features. You can assign a status type to a status if you want the SAP System to
  • Term status type (SCM-BAS-STM) What it means a delivery document). Status types for the delivery could be, for example Picking , Goods Receipt
  • Term stock transaction What it means appropriate document entry, for example, due to an order or invoice
  • Term status value (SCM-BAS-STM) What it means Examples of status values are Not Started or Ended
  • Term status window What it means are still to go through initial processing, that is, for which the processing indicator has not yet
  • Term status-dependent project version What it means the status of an object changes, for example, an activity
  • Term statutory consolidation What it means created for this purpose
  • Term steering committee What it means committee consists of senior managers. It supervises the achievement of project targets in respect
  • Term step (BC-BMT-WFM) What it means exist: Activity (task reference) Web activity Send mail Form step User decision Document generation
  • Term step (CAF-GP) What it means The implementation of an action within a process
  • Term step (KM-ITU) What it means screenshot being recorded For Example mouse-click on a pushbutton The pupil must execute this step
  • Term step (PA-PD) What it means A sequence of items in a development plan. One step can contain several items
  • Term step acquisition (EC-CS) What it means investee unit through the purchase of shares from a consolidation unit outside of the consolidation
  • Term step acquisition (FI-LC) What it means stock already held by this investor. The stock is acquired from a third party (that is, a company
  • Term step consolidation What it means level at a time, moving upwards in the hierarchy of a multi-level group. The companies lowest in
  • Term step definition What it means depends on the step type defined
  • Term step loop What it means processed with thestep loop technique and are the predecessors of table controls
  • Term step loop technique What it means a table on thescreen of a dynpro The step loop technique is used to process table controls and
  • Term step name What it means Name for a step in the workflow definition
  • Term Step-by-Step Guide What it means with the CRM System, but via SAPNet. Step-by-step guides are intended to help when implementing CRM
  • Term stepbar What it means in a specific sequence
  • Term stepwise simultaneous consolidation What it means simultaneously performs consolidation by consolidation group. When a consolidation group contains
  • Term stochastic blocking What it means blocks invoices for payment on a random basis. The higher the invoice value, the higher the
  • Term stock (FIN-FSCM-TRM-TM) What it means Security that certifies a share in a stock corporation
  • Term stock (IS-DFS) What it means stock storage location (stock element
  • Term stock (MM-IM) What it means refers to the quantities of raw materials, operating supplies, semifinished products, finished
  • Term stock account What it means issues and receipts, and the closing stock
  • Term stock adjustment due to physical inventory What it means inventory in materials management
  • Term stock allocation What it means allocation of materials to plants. Stock allocation is carried out using allocation tables
  • Term stock attribute What it means following stock attributes: Owner Party entitled to dispose Stock category Stock usage
  • Term stock balance What it means closing stock of the previous period plus goods receipts minus goods issues
  • Term stock category What it means quality inspection stock, returned stock, and so on
  • Term stock correction What it means is assigned to the supply areas where the stocks of a material are managed
  • Term stock days' supply What it means plant stock is taken into consideration
  • Term stock determination (MM-IM) What it means material is withdrawn for stock removal, order picking, and staging operations. This function
  • Term stock determination (SCM-EWM) What it means for stock removal, order picking, and staging operations. This function supports the stock removal
  • Term stock determination group What it means for a strategy in the stock determination process
  • Term stock determination rule What it means for a strategy in the stock determination process
  • Term stock ledger group What it means into stock ledger divisions and stock ledger subdivisions
  • Term stock level What it means The quantity of a single item currently held in stock
  • Term stock determination strategy What it means with predefined settings, is designed to facilitate the automatic withdrawal of materials. The
  • Term stock element What it means and MRP area, with regard to the management of non-consumable goods
  • Term stock entry What it means Example Goods receipt Goods issue AP Invoice Stock transfer Delivery note
  • Term stock exhaustion date What it means stock exhaustion date is calculated daily by the system
  • Term stock exhaustion warning date What it means product. The stock exhaustion warning date is calculated as soon as the successor product planning
  • Term stock identification What it means terms of its stock attributes such as quantity, batch, or stock type
  • Term stock in quality inspection What it means The part of the total valuated stock that is in quality inspection
  • Term stock in transfer What it means procedure, has already been taken out of stock at the point of issue but has not arrived at the
  • Term stock in transit What it means plant on the basis of a stock transport order, but has not yet arrived at the receiving plant
  • Term stock inquiry What it means A function allowing the user, for example an employee at a dealership, to display stock
  • Term stock item (PP) What it means of a BOM. To enter a stock item, the material must have a material master record with a material
  • Term stock item (SCM-ECT-LIM) What it means stock item contains, amongst other things, the stock quantity, and cannot be further divided in the
  • Term stock keeping unit What it means various grid values (e.g. 38/yellow) and category values (e.g. quality A/country of origin D). As
  • Term stock keeping unit item What it means delivery and in turn from a schedule line of the sales document. While schedule lines or batch
  • Term stock key What it means product in a storage bin or in a handling unit. The stock key is therefore used to uniquely
  • Term stock ledger What it means according to company-interal and tax points of view
  • Term stock season What it means Season that is assigned to a material stock element (for example, warehouse stock/stock level
  • Term stock list (IS-BEV-LO-RE) What it means movements of the material - Non-restricted use stocks at plant and storage location level
  • Term stock list (MM) What it means materials at plant and storage location levels. For materials managed in batches, you can display
  • Term stock management level What it means Inventory Management, plant, storage location, material type, and stock type In Warehouse
  • Term stock management unit What it means cannot be further subdivided and for which a separate book inventory exists. The physical
  • Term stock material What it means material has a master record and is managed on a value basis in a material stock account
  • Term stock of material provided to vendor What it means vendor's premises but remains the property of your enterprise. It can be used only for
  • Term stock on truck What it means inventory is defined as a value or a quantity
  • Term Stock Option Accounting What it means for employee award schemes. The provisions are calculated and posted using the Accrual Engine
  • Term stock overview What it means organizational levels (for example, plant and storage location). The different display versions of
  • Term stock planner What it means be divided up among a number of stock planners responsible for the procurement of different
  • Term stock planner group What it means planning. The assignment of a stock planner group to a site is dependent on the article involved
  • Term stock population What it means inventory. The stock population is subdivided into the sampling area and the complete-count area
  • Term stock posting What it means system, for example, creating a goods issue or a goods receipt and posting it to the database
  • Term stock quantity What it means Quantity of the material transferred in the warehouse
  • Term stock removal What it means includes all goods movement by which you remove goods from storage bins (for example, for
  • Term stock removal strategy (LE-WM) What it means storage type for a stock removal. You define a stock removal strategy, such as FIFO or LIFO, for
  • Term stock removal strategy (SCM-EWM) What it means where the system searches for a suitable quant within a storage type. You map stock removal
  • Term stock search What it means product receipts with specific characteristics. If there is a requirement with specified product
  • Term stock selection What it means requirements by the allocation run. Different business processes require the use of different stock
  • Term stock sorting What it means batch number, size, stock type or storage location
  • Term stock source trade promotion What it means with vendors (stock sources) who can deliver the specified parts within the framework of a trade
  • Term stock split What it means a corresponding decrease in the share price) decided by the board of directors and the shareholders
  • Term stock storage location What it means authorized materials, is assigned to an agency as actual material in order for a particular mission
  • Term stock transfer (LE-WM) What it means to another in a warehouse, or from one plant or storage location to another plant or storage
  • Term stock transfer (MM-IM) What it means storage at another. Stock transfers can occur within a single plant or between plants. The removal
  • Term stock transfer costs What it means Costs that occur when stock is transferred during inventory balancing
  • Term stock transfer document What it means The record of any movement of goods between different warehouses or storage areas
  • Term stock transport order What it means one plant to another (that is, to effect a long distance physical stock transfer) within the same
  • Term stock transport order quantity difference What it means confirmed with a quantity difference (quantity shortage or quantity surplus). For example, a
  • Term stock transport scheduling agreement What it means material from one plant to another (that is, to effect a long distance physical stock transfer
  • Term stock type What it means gives an indication of a material's usability. The storage location stock and special stocks
  • Term stock unit What it means change if the company has a stock split (the division of the outstanding shares of a corporation
  • Term stock value What it means held in stock under a certain material number. Example Stock value for: A plant A company code A
  • Term stock/requirements list What it means using a function that gathers all current and relevant data such as production orders, or sales
  • Term structure include What it means displayed only within another structure
  • Term stocking What it means planning, the system makes a stocking or a destocking decision for each location product of a
  • Term stockkeeping unit What it means converts all quantities entered with a different unit of measure into the stockkeeping unit. The
  • Term stockpile and product blending What it means stockpile quantities, qualities and their corresponding values. It also enables the automatic
  • Term stocktaking What it means The periodic determination of inventory quantity by actually counting or measuring it
  • Term stop (BC-CST) What it means transaction SM51). The application server has opened the connection to the message server and can
  • Term stop (SCM-EWM) What it means Supply chain unit (SCU), in other words, a location or zone
  • Term storage control What it means oriented storage control Layout-oriented storage control
  • Term stop scheduling agreement release (IS-A-EMM) What it means scheduling agreement item) or dynamically (i.e. on the basis of the criteria stored in the release
  • Term stop scheduling agreement release (SCM-APO-CPR) What it means whether operative and/or forecast/planning delivery schedules are stopped during the process of
  • Term stop-off What it means several destinations within a shipment. Example: A shipment is made to several customers. It starts
  • Term stopmark manager What it means Solution. A stopmark is set to halt the correspondence creation process to enable correspondence
  • Term stopover What it means A destination other than the main destination, with regard to a business trip or off-site work
  • Term storage area What it means can be combined in one storage area according to different criteria selected by the user. Example
  • Term storage area for partial quantities What it means Storage type created for managing partial quantities
  • Term storage bin What it means Because the address of a storage bin is derived from a coordinate system, the bin is referred to as
  • Term storage bin check What it means Procedure during which the system checks whether a product is in the correct storage bin
  • Term storage bin identifier What it means Identification of the parts of a storage bin
  • Term storage bin section What it means number of bin sections determines how many quants can be stored in the storage bin. You can define
  • Term storage bin stock What it means criteria. Warehouse stock can be recorded for different batches or for different movement types
  • Term Supplier What it means the tax amount. In this case, the business partner collects the tax and remits it to the tax
  • Term storage buckets profile What it means in Demand Planning or Supply Network Planning. A storage buckets profile specifies: One or more
  • Term storage capacity What it means alert is raised if the capacity exceeds the limit
  • Term storage category What it means area for original application files. Dividing a physical storage location into several logical
  • Term storage class What it means Hazardous materials with similar characteristics are grouped under the same storage class, for
  • Term storage control relevance What it means oriented storage control is inactive
  • Term storage costs What it means material master record as a percentage of the valuation price, and are referred to by optimizing
  • Term storage costs indicator What it means for the procurement quantity calculation
  • Term storage good What it means A part located in a warehouse
  • Term storage group What it means to determine intermediate storage bins
  • Term storage hazard class What it means according to the type of danger they present
  • Term storage location (BC-CCM-PRN) What it means data can be stored either in the database or in the file system
  • Term storage location (CA-DMS) What it means is stored. The document info record also contains the path in the file system for locating the
  • Term storage location (LO) What it means material in a plant. The storage location corresponds to the sublocation in the SAP Advanced
  • Term storage location MRP What it means level. The storage location stock is not contained in the available stock at plant level. It is
  • Term storage location MRP area What it means type; it corresponds to the storage location MRP area in the ERP system
  • Term storage location priority What it means determine the importance of the storage location when the overall priority of a material
  • Term storage location selection list What it means goods issue, for example, the storage location selection list provides you with a choice of
  • Term storage location stock What it means according to stock type
  • Term storage object What it means is linked to another object in the system, for example, a customer tank. For example, a delivery
  • Term storage object access mode What it means segment. The access mode of a storage object characteristic segment indicates the type of storage
  • Term Storage Object Browser What it means Functions for searching warehouse stock
  • Term storage type role What it means roles: Standard storage type Pick point Staging area group Work center Warehouse door group
  • Term storage object characteristic What it means store materials (for example customer tanks). Some storage object characteristics are entered and
  • Term storage object class What it means storage object class defines which sub-segments of a storage object are active. For example, a
  • Term storage object history What it means measurements of the contents of a storage object could be recorded in a storage object history
  • Term storage object segment What it means holding objects. The storage object characteristic segment can be attached to various inventory
  • Term storage object sequence number What it means example a ‘ship-to’ customer may have three storage objects with the numbers 001, 066 and X74
  • Term storage object type What it means storage object characteristic segment instances
  • Term storage parameter What it means Profile parameter used to configure SAP memory management
  • Term storage path What it means Path the SAP system follows to store documents in a file repository
  • Term storage plant What it means Separate plant in which separate material is stored and inventory-managed
  • Term storage report What it means posting period or at a posting time
  • Term storage resource (PP-PI) What it means for example, inventory management, with those of resources, for example, capacity requirements
  • Term storage resource (SCM-APO-MD) What it means planning functionality. It is a purely descriptive characteristic that can be used, for example, to
  • Term storage section (LE) What it means can be grouped into one storage section according to different criteria selected by the user
  • Term storage section (LE-WM) What it means with the same characteristics into one storage section. The criteria for this grouping can include
  • Term storage service What it means database or clears the data manager buffers. Using the Save Data and Clear Buffer indicators, you
  • Term storage supply What it means inventory-managed warehouse
  • Term storage system (BC-ILM) What it means store archive files that have been created using SAP Data Archiving. A storage system can include
  • Term storage system (BC-SRV-ARL) What it means Physical storage medium, in which documents can be stored
  • Term storage type What it means distinguished by the warehouse procedures used or its organization form or function. Example Goods
  • Term storage type search What it means material must be placed or from which storage type a material must be removed
  • Term storage unit What it means a warehouse as a unit. Each storage unit has a storage unit (SU) number
  • Term store phase What it means a storage system and then deleted from the file system
  • Term storage unit document What it means documents include: Transfer order document Displays information about an item for the movement of a
  • Term storage unit number What it means A number that identifies a storage unit in a client
  • Term storage unit type What it means manner and have the same physical features are classified by storage unit type. Example All storage
  • Term store (BC-CCM-ADK) What it means the Content Management Infrastructure. Files can be created in any directory and are not
  • Term store (BC-SRV-ARL) What it means example, an external archive. There are two types of storage: Synchronous storage Asynchronous
  • Term store (IS-R) What it means Type of plant in which goods are presented and sold to consumers
  • Term store and assign What it means The incoming document is stored in an external storage system. A workflow is then started with the
  • Term store and enter What it means The incoming document is stored in an external storage system. This starts a workflow, which is
  • Term store autonomy What it means Power of store to make own decisions in certain areas
  • Term structure indicator What it means generic structure of the location number Make the hierarchy levels in the location structure
  • Term store card What it means with a cash card chip). When a customer makes a payment, an amount transfer is triggered from the
  • Term store characteristic What it means Data on the characteristics of a store
  • Term store communication What it means between a store-based retailing system and a central system, whereby data remains consistent
  • Term store confirmation request What it means volume, stock levels or requirements) for analysis purposes
  • Term store delivery What it means Special type of delivery in which the goods recipient is a store
  • Term subject matter expert What it means A role that provides feedback and information about ideas and concepts
  • Term store department What it means retailing viewpoint. Departments are often defined as cost centers. Departments play an important
  • Term store master What it means Store master records in their entirety
  • Term store master record What it means Master record for a store
  • Term store order What it means following follow-on documents: Purchase requisition Purchase order (to an internal or external
  • Term storing for subsequent assignment What it means processing steps: The incoming document is stored in an external storage system. A workflow is then
  • Term storing for subsequent entry What it means processing steps: The incoming document is stored in an external storage system. This starts a
  • Term storing in dialog What it means displayed, and the storing is requested in an R/3 application. The request is performed immediately
  • Term Storyboard What it means The Visual Composer client in which you design and layout models
  • Term straight What it means MiniApps uses a color palette. There are different color schemes to determine the colors that are
  • Term straight loading What it means loading group, in one shipment
  • Term straight reverse What it means MiniApps uses a color palette. There are different color schemes to determine the colors that are
  • Term straight-line depreciation from APC What it means over its entire useful life. The periodic depreciation amounts are equal to the acquisition and
  • Term strategy profile What it means different strategy profiles for the different application areas in production planning and detailed
  • Term straight-line depreciation from net book value What it means The depreciation amounts equal the quotient from current book value and the remaining useful life
  • Term stranding What it means The process of twisting several wires together to make a cable
  • Term strategic advice What it means mandatory content for other scorecards
  • Term strategic characteristic What it means They are a freely-definable subset of the the attributes of program positions such as business area
  • Term suborder type What it means A grouping used to distinguish between a task-based and a job-based suborder
  • Term strategic enterprise management What it means strategies fast and successfully and manage business performance throughout the entire organization
  • Term strategic planner What it means the visit plans separately according to their usage (visit plan type
  • Term strategic planning (IM) What it means level is not as detailed as local planning. In a (virtual) investment program for the entire group
  • Term strategic planning (SCM-APO-MSP) What it means maintenance demands of all maintenance objects, it is possible to determine the future resources
  • Term strategic planning (SCM-EWM) What it means This planning relies on a forecast on the basis of the historical data e.g. of last year
  • Term Strategic Portfolio Management What it means project portfolio. Strategic Portfolio Management addresses the needs of portfolio managers
  • Term strategic posting What it means each consolidation task, when differences occur, such as adjustments to net income. For example
  • Term strategic program position What it means handle strategic planning. Usually, strategic program positions are on the upper levels of the
  • Term strategic simulation What it means Strategic simulation is based on strategic planning
  • Term strategy What it means management to attract, develop, deploy, and retain the best talent, including Total Reward
  • Term strategy category What it means you can use the strategy category to compare strategies that have different names, but have the
  • Term strategy plan What it means using maintenance strategies. For simple maintenance cycles, you use the single cycle plan that you
  • Term strategy type What it means information can be stored: Sort rule Maximum number of batch splits Whether the number of batch
  • Term stratification What it means sampling area is divided into strata, each with small value dispersion. Random selection and
  • Term stream What it means not an end product of the recipe. A stream is therefore both the output of a stage and the input
  • Term street What it means A named traffic area together with surrounding development
  • Term street route What it means Sequence for reading the registers in a meter reading unit
  • Term street section What it means all addresses on one street - for example, if there are different zip codes for one street. The
  • Term strength What it means Amount of the active substance in a medication
  • Term strength substitution What it means ingredient, the strength of the substitute drug must correspond to the original agent dose of the
  • Term stress data What it means Combination of real data and scenario data for a primary object
  • Term structure (BC-ABA) What it means object in an ABAP program. A structure is made up of components that can have any type (elementary
  • Term stress test (FS-BA) What it means economic effects on the bank portfolio form the basis of the simulated risk parameters. Example A
  • Term stress test (SV-ASA) What it means as, transactions, ABAP, Basis) in certain scenarios until it performs to pre-defined values. This
  • Term strict versioning What it means physical document cannot be overwritten. Each change to the component content of a physical
  • Term strike What it means compared with the current market price, and is decisive in determining whether or not the option is
  • Term string What it means Dynamic data object of variable length, either a text string or a byte string
  • Term string literal What it means backquotes (`). The length has a range from a minimum of 0 to a maximum of 255 characters. The data
  • Term strong authentication What it means knowledge of a secret without the user having to reveal the secret. Example When a user
  • Term structural authorization check What it means dependent structures (organizational structures, business event hierarchies, qualifikations catalog
  • Term structural authorization profile What it means profiles use the data of the Personnel Management components (Organizational Management, Personnel
  • Term structural content component What it means component hierarchy and can be assigned below the first hierarchy level in price and statistics
  • Term structural content component hierarchy What it means structural perspective. Structures of publications or websites can be reproduced in a structural
  • Term structural enhancement What it means Enhancement of a hierarchy structure with new nodes, documents and hypertext books
  • Term structural funds What it means ERDF, ESF, EAGGF and FIFG. Financial aid from structural funds goes mainly to poorer regions of
  • Term structural graphics What it means structural graphics, you can display the structure of your organizational plan and move or edit
  • Term structural report What it means structure. This structure could be an enterprise's organizational structure or its training
  • Term structural sales What it means Employee remuneration and career paths within structural sales are performance-oriented and the
  • Term structure (BC-ABA) What it means Structured data object. Obsolete name for a structure
  • Term structure (BC-CCM-ADK) What it means with a logical database and, therefore, the structure in the Segment field is a pseudonym for a
  • Term structure (BC-DWB-DIC) What it means components that can have any type (data element, structure, table type or reference type
  • Term structure (KM-KW) What it means hierarchy of links to documents with content information (content objects) and possibly to other
  • Term structure category What it means structure type Metering Code is used. The metering code is composed of a 33-character key that is
  • Term structure component selector What it means Character -. A component comp of a structure struc can be addressed usingstruc-comp
  • Term structure depth What it means hierarchical structure to be included in a report. The system uses the root organizational unit
  • Term structure element ID What it means The identification number for the structure
  • Term structure gap (CRM-MD) What it means Place holder for a missing component in the structure of an installed base
  • Term structure gap (IS-AD-CC) What it means Placeholder indicating a missing part in the actual configuration of a technical object
  • Term structure graphic (BC-FES-GRA) What it means A type of graphic comprising network graphics and hierarchy graphics
  • Term structure graphic (PM) What it means the form of a hierarchical graphic. The structure graphic shows: In which technical object the
  • Term structure hierarchy What it means only the essential statements are displayed
  • Term structure ID What it means Identifier that specifies the communication structure for data processing in Regulatory Reporting
  • Term structure link What it means a link is displayed as a node without subnodes in the Web Browser. If you click the node, the
  • Term structure list What it means the form of a hierarchical list. The structure list shows: In which technical object the functional
  • Term structure mapping What it means The assignment of structures of one component to the structures of another component
  • Term Structure Modeler What it means structure of your enterprise using R/3 organizational units. You can use the Structure Modeler only
  • Term structure modeling What it means enterprise, across several applications, taking account of strategic business processes
  • Term structured product (FS-AM-CM) What it means Product that defines the conditions of a structured contract
  • Term structure node (AP-PPE) What it means materials. For example, in the assembly structure for a car, the car radio structure node
  • Term structure node (BC-CUS-TOL) What it means Part of an IMG structure that can contain other structure nodes or IMG activities
  • Term structure node (BC-SRV-RM) What it means structure node in all records based on the record model. You cannot assign elements to structure
  • Term structure node (EC-EIS) What it means A node in a master data hierarchy that contains further dependent or subordinate nodes
  • Term structure node (FS-BA-SD) What it means structuring attributes. A structure node can also have lower-level structure nodes or attribute
  • Term structure overview What it means as WBS elements and activities, in their hierarchical structure. You can access overviews and
  • Term structure proxy What it means The structure proxy deals with structure graphics, such as networks
  • Term structure relationship What it means KPro). The structure relationship has the relationship type hyperlink and is used to administrate
  • Term structure scenario What it means enterprise areas, or the locations of a company, using organizational units in the SAP System (for
  • Term structure title What it means Guide. The structure title corresponds to the short text (document title
  • Term structure tree What it means An overview of the project structure with all its project elements
  • Term structure type What it means A category for the detailed grouping of structure levels
  • Term structure variable What it means A variable that enables you to group variables according to functional similarity
  • Term structure view What it means structures from the fields of several tables. From Release 3.0, the creation of structure views is
  • Term subclaim What it means subclaim can comprise a (sub)claim within the overall claim, for example. A new subclaim is opened
  • Term structured article What it means certain logistics processes as a separate article. You assign the components to the structured
  • Term structured contract What it means Contract relationship that exists in the characteristic values of card pool and master contract
  • Term structured data type What it means Data type of a structure. Contains other data types as components
  • Term structured facts capture What it means This data is then available for all types of evaluation
  • Term structured material What it means certain logistics processes as a separate material. You assign the components to the structured
  • Term structured private data What it means For example, company X stores structured private data relating to company Y. Company X is the
  • Term structured product (CRM-MD) What it means products are used to represent a group of products as a distinct unit in certain logistics
  • Term structured product (FS-BA) What it means consists of multiple subtransactions whose NPVs add up to that of the overall transaction. For
  • Term Structured Query Language What it means SQL consists of the following parts: Data definition language (DDL) Data manipulation language
  • Term structured template What it means templates. In the template hierarchy, structured templates have a root node (the primary template
  • Term structured type What it means Type consisting of elementary types
  • Term Structures Workbench What it means A transaction family in the Defense Forces ; Public Security component
  • Term structuring element What it means element does not contain data. Structuring elements in SAP C-ROOM DM are folder and document. A
  • Term stub What it means A piece of code that is started by the communication software to set up the call stack
  • Term Student Info Center What it means the important information on a student
  • Term student level What it means which they are registered, for example, Undergraduate, Graduate, or First-Professional
  • Term student number What it means Personal identification number that the university assigns to each registered student
  • Term study segment What it means program. The start and end of the study segment are defined by activities such as registration
  • Term style (BC-SRV-SCR) What it means can be used to format documents. Styles are subordinate to forms. If a form contains attributes
  • Term style (CA-GTF-DOB) What it means formatting, indent, color, and other features
  • Term subclaim type What it means processing of the subclaim. For example, it determines the possible benefit types belonging to the
  • Term style (IS-M-AMC) What it means options: The basic form defines the width of the ad content and the horizontal and vertical
  • Term style parameter What it means A word-processing feature contained in an overall style
  • Term style sheet What it means among others, the following elements: Standard font, color and size of headings and body text
  • Term stylesheet variable What it means SAP Document Builder, stylesheet variables refer to the standard XSL-FO attributes and their
  • Term sub ad spec What it means ad spec. Individual ad specs that are used in panorama ads, multi-pagge ads, satellite ads and
  • Term sub ad spec linking What it means satellite ads, banner families and alternating banners can be reproduced in linked sub ad specs
  • Term sub location product What it means Location product on the sublevel of a location product hierarchy
  • Term sub-BOD What it means and its direct child locations
  • Term sub-settlement unit What it means joint settlement. Settlement is then carried out for higher-level unit and all the sub-units
  • Term subannual consolidation What it means place at least twice a year. Users can define the frequency of consolidation and the periods to be
  • Term subapplication What it means Part of an application, according to the price list
  • Term subappraisal What it means overall appraisal is generated from the subappraisals
  • Term subarea What it means Subareas are used to group applications that belong to a business area according to related
  • Term subassembly What it means A component in another assembly
  • Term subassignment (EC-CS) What it means characteristic financial statement item . SAP delivers the following predefined subassignments
  • Term subassignment (FIN-SEM-BCS) What it means financial statement item . SAP delivers the following predefined subassignments: Partner unit
  • Term subbudget What it means unit. For example, within a (superior) budget for bonuses for an organizational unit, there can be
  • Term subcase What it means A case that is positioned below another case in a case hierarchy
  • Term subcategory What it means functions with related content. Use a subcategory to divide a function tree. This does not trigger
  • Term subclass What it means Class that is derived from a superclass
  • Term subcontract What it means A contract assigned to a card pool
  • Term subcontract order (MM-PUR) What it means material or assembly using specified materials to be provided (free-issue materials). A subcontract
  • Term subcontract order (SCM-APO-PPS) What it means the products specified in the relevant products to be provided items. A subcontract order contains
  • Term subcontract type What it means Management: Contract changing portfolio holdings Contract using portfolio holdings Building lease
  • Term subcontracting (IS-AD) What it means form of outsourcing. The service provider provides the part to be maintained to the subcontractor
  • Term subcontracting (MM) What it means The result of this processing is the manufacture by the supplier (subcontractor) of an ordered
  • Term subcontracting (SCM-APO-PPS) What it means subcontractor) who, however, requires certain components (products to be provided) in order to
  • Term subcontracting challan What it means for excise. You are liable for excise duty on excisable materials that leave your premises. An
  • Term subcontracting component What it means to execute an order placed with him by the customer. Also known as free-issue material (UK
  • Term subcontractor (IS-AD) What it means provider. The subcontractor receives the parts to be maintained from the service provider and
  • Term subcontractor (IS-EC-BOS) What it means with no direct link to the construction proprietor. A contractual relationship exists between the
  • Term subcontractor (MM) What it means manufactures a certain material or product for a customer using materials provided by the customer
  • Term subcontractor (PSM-GM) What it means grantee) or receiving payments from, or on behalf of, the grantee. Unlike a subgrantee, a
  • Term subcontractor (SCM-APO-PPS) What it means required components are to be provided by the ordering party or a third party. (In subcontracting
  • Term subcontractors gross payment voucher What it means possession of a subcontractors tax certificate, under the terms of the UK Construction Industry
  • Term subitem category-like characteristic What it means category , these properties being: The characteristic is independent, but belongs to a compound
  • Term subcontractors tax certificate What it means builders and construction companies under the terms of the Construction Industry Scheme. Indivdual
  • Term subcontractors tax certificate number What it means which serves to identify the subcontractor with the Inland Revenue
  • Term subcriterion What it means the subcriteria price level and price history together constitute the main criterion price. That is
  • Term subenvironment What it means level than the main environment. Subenvironments group functions by theme. They are provided in
  • Term subfeature What it means data structure fields. A subfeature can be used in main features. If several features have
  • Term subfeature operation What it means The operation FLDID is used to call a subfeature. Processing then continues in the subfeature
  • Term subfunction What it means not assigned directly to business application components
  • Term subgrantee What it means performed within the scope of a grant. Unlike a subcontractor, a subgrantee has some say in the
  • Term subgroup What it means A consolidated entity is called a subgroup if its consolidation units represent companies
  • Term subgroup-consolidating entry What it means investment against the equity of an investee. The journal entries that accomplish the consolidation
  • Term subhandler What it means local handlers). HTTP logging: recording of HTTP requests ICM server cache: moves data from or
  • Term subitem (CRM) What it means For example, a main item can be a computer that has the following components: monitor, CPU
  • Term subitem (EC-CS) What it means are partner unit, transaction currency, and year of acquisition. Subitems might be used to further
  • Term subitem (FI-CA) What it means subitems are: cleared open
  • Term subitem (IS-AD-MPN) What it means a main item; the main item becomes a statistical noted item
  • Term subitem (IS-EC-BOS) What it means master record that is used as a subitem. In a composite of service lines this is a service line
  • Term subitem (IS-U-IN) What it means Open posting items that are included in the bill as additional information
  • Term subitem (PP) What it means installation point. A subitem has no control functions in the bill of material. It can be used to
  • Term subitem category What it means for the additional assignment of financial statement items. A subitem category is assigned to each
  • Term subject (CRM-BTX) What it means consists of a catalog type, code group and code. They can be assigned hierarchically to display
  • Term subject (IS-HER-CM) What it means A branch of knowledge or study arranged and formulated for teaching
  • Term subject (PA-ER) What it means Specifies the title of the subject at the end of a course of study
  • Term Subject What it means X.509 certificate attribute that identifies the owner of the certificate
  • Term subject profile What it means is used to limit the selection of subjects in transaction processing. The limitation can be
  • Term subject profile category What it means catalog categories are allowed, which ones, and whether one or more codes can be selected using the
  • Term subject to cover What it means with consumable budget. If a budget address is subject to cover, it must consume its own available
  • Term subject to final payment balance What it means account, subject to receipt of payment The amounts credited or debited (from check deposits and
  • Term subledger What it means customers and vendors. Subledgers in assets accounting are ledgers that represent the development
  • Term subledger account What it means An account used to group related transactions within a given account into subgroups
  • Term subledger accounting What it means Subledgers give more details on the postings made to the reconciliation accounts in the general
  • Term sublevel What it means Lower level of a master data hierarchy, for example, a location product hierarchy
  • Term sublocation What it means within a location. The sublocation corresponds to the R/3 storage location
  • Term submeasure What it means there are submeasures, the higher-level measure is the modernization measure itself
  • Term submission deadline What it means No more bids can be submitted after the submission deadline.The equivalent concept in an auction is
  • Term submit What it means the dialog box. The system then enters the data in the business transaction. This button appears in
  • Term submitted What it means The status submitted means that an object or infotype record has been passed to a person or group
  • Term subnetwork What it means project. It is linked to other subnetworks in the same project. Subnetworks are used in large
  • Term subobject (BC-CUS) What it means various dependencies. The complex business object is displayed as the superior object, and its
  • Term subobject (FS-BA-SD) What it means hierarchical structure. Subobjects are not objects in their own right. A structured object takes
  • Term subobject (IS-H) What it means for the reassignment of visits. Example Services Diagnoses Procedures Material
  • Term subobject (MDM) What it means linked to each other. Subobjects can be dependent objects (such as the ID number of the business
  • Term suboperation What it means example, to allocate persons and machines to an operation for which several persons or machines are
  • Term suborder (IS-A-DBM) What it means another branch (plant
  • Term suborder (PM) What it means An order that is inferior to a superior order in an order hierarchy
  • Term suborder (SCM-APO-SNP) What it means Order for a sub location product
  • Term subordinate call list What it means inherits the attributes of the call list. Example The sales call list has two subordinate call
  • Term subordinate class What it means class inherits all of the characteristics originally assigned to the superior class
  • Term subordinate contract What it means A contract in a contract hierarchy directly below a superordinate contract
  • Term subordinate packing instruction What it means materials, and can contain other subordinate packing instructions
  • Term subordinate relationship What it means Subordinate relationships also consist of combinations of location and exchange partner. For
  • Term subplan What it means balance sheet planning, or cost center planning
  • Term subpopulation What it means Part of a population
  • Term subprocess What it means Describes an individual step that occurs during the processing of a bill or a payment advice note
  • Term subprocessing schema What it means information for an operation. Subprocessing schemas are classified as follows: Order 1
  • Term subproduct What it means product, which is relevant for the valuation
  • Term subproject (PLM-CPR) What it means A project that is represented as a task in a different project (master project
  • Term subproject (PS) What it means breakdown structure (WBS) into responsibility areas. Subprojects form the organizational basis for
  • Term subquery What it means SELECT statement that can be used within the WHERE clause of Open SQL statements for a subquery
  • Term subrecipient What it means organization. Recipients, such as individual citizens or business entities, then apply to the
  • Term subrequirement What it means an audit are stipulated in the requirement catalog
  • Term subrogation (FI-CA) What it means Assignment of a receivable from a previous business partner to a third party
  • Term subrogation (FS-CM) What it means assigns his claim to his insurance company so that the insurance company, who has reimbursed the
  • Term subrogation/recovery What it means insured person's injury or property damage to eventually recover those payments from the
  • Term subrogee What it means assumes the rights or claims of another (the subrogor) against a third party. This might be an
  • Term subroutine What it means interface pools) but only outside classes. Can be called from any program. Begins with FORM and
  • Term subroutine pool What it means ABAP programs. Does not support its own screens
  • Term subrouting What it means activities and operations. A subrouting is not the same as a the classic routing. The subrouting is
  • Term subschema What it means schema using the COPY function. A subschema does not have to be executable
  • Term successor (BC-SRV-EDI) What it means SAP release, there can be only one successor
  • Term subscreen (BC-ABA) What it means corresponding size must be defined in the superordinate screen and the subscreen dynpro must be
  • Term subscreen (IS-H) What it means different variants for various purposes (for example, admission, discharge) in the Clinical Process
  • Term subscreen (PA-PA) What it means SAP GUI. After migrating the infotypes into the blueprint framework, the subscreens usually are not
  • Term subscreen area What it means Area within the screen of a dynpro, in which other screens can be displayed as subscreens
  • Term subscreen container What it means Screen on which a fixed number of subscreens is displayed in the material master
  • Term subscreen dynpro What it means subscreen in a subscreen area
  • Term subscribe (BC-SRV-COM) What it means or other document, so that they are always informed of changes to the object
  • Term subscribe (BC-SRV-COM) What it means amount of time spent accessing frequently used folders in large, complex, shared folders
  • Term subscriber (EP-KM-CM) What it means recipient of notifications about changes to the document/folder. The subscriber need not
  • Term subscriber (EP-KM-CM) What it means other one being the syndicator). The subscriber uses the content exchange service to obtain content
  • Term subscriber (IS-M-SD) What it means Customer with a valid subscription
  • Term subscription (BC-SRV-COM) What it means As an alternative to automatic recipient resolution, users subscribe themselves as recipients for
  • Term subscription (CRM-BE) What it means enhancement in the form of a template and that can be assigned to an event
  • Term subscription (CRM-MW) What it means publications. Criteria values must be specified for (simple) intelligently replicated data. The
  • Term subscription (EP-KM-CM) What it means subscription to a specific document or folder. Associated with the subscription object are metadata
  • Term subscription (EP-KM-CM) What it means created and managed in the content exchange service. A subscription is based on an offer made by
  • Term subscription (IS-M-SD) What it means Depending on whether or not all the issues published are purchased, a distinction is made between
  • Term subscription (MDM) What it means recipient list. The purpose of subscription for a system is to request provision of replication
  • Term subscription agent What it means subscriptions and sites to employees. It is a part of the Administration Console
  • Term subscription configuration What it means Configuration tool, you can view and edit information about subscribers, who want to be notified
  • Term successor (PS) What it means The activity immediately following another activity
  • Term subscription contracts What it means for a year. The total is then offset against the actual deliveries at the end of the contract
  • Term subscription customer What it means Customer who has taken out a subscription contract
  • Term subscription event What it means Examples are: a document subscribed to is modified; in a folder subscribed to a new document was
  • Term Subscription generator What it means given publication consistently in preassigned time intervals and, where necessary, generate
  • Term subscription list What it means themselves. The user must have display authorization for the folder in which the subscription list
  • Term subscription offer What it means the content exchange service. The subscription offer specifies the content to be delivered, the
  • Term subscription owner What it means User who created a subscription
  • Term subscription service What it means by sending notifications
  • Term subsequence What it means Subset of orders that are scheduled one after the other in a shift
  • Term subsequent account posting type What it means automatically creates an additional item for each item of the account posting type to which you
  • Term subsequent allocation What it means you to determine the actual cost of the activities produced. All functions of actual costing are
  • Term subsequent calculation of value What it means stock quantities of the materials are updated at the time the movement is posted. The values are
  • Term subsequent change What it means Completion of the current version Release of the requisition or requisition item Conversion of the
  • Term subsidizer with customer account What it means portion of the rent payable by the tenant with customer account. This role category is defined in
  • Term subsequent consolidation (EC-CS) What it means but not by increases or reductions in capitalization). When applying the purchase method or
  • Term subsidy (FS-CM) What it means costs with dental restoration treatment, for example, comprise the dentist's fees as well as
  • Term superordinate contract What it means A contract in a contract hierarchy that is directly above one or many other subordinate contracts
  • Term subsequent consolidation (FI-LC) What it means the period of first consolidation for any internal trading partner. It is not affected by any
  • Term subsequent credit What it means Example You received a credit memo for delivered goods. Previously charged freight costs are to be
  • Term subsequent debit What it means posted. Example You received an invoice from your vendor for delivered goods.Freight costs are to
  • Term subsequent debit order What it means recorded. The customer is debited based on the subsequent debit order
  • Term summary data What it means A summarized form of posted amounts or quantities used for analysis purposes
  • Term subsequent delivery free of charge What it means customer free of charge. You can create a free of charge delivery if, for example, a customer
  • Term subsequent measurement What it means Calculation of fair value at a point in time after the initial measurement
  • Term subsequent posting What it means A posting resulting from and dependent on calculation/processing
  • Term subsequent random selection What it means stratum changers (stock management units that are switched from one stratum to another) or large
  • Term subsequent settlement What it means conditions agreed between a customer and a vendor at the end of an agreed period. This process can
  • Term subsequent shipping What it means later date. Subsequent shipping takes place if: A previous version of the report has been sent. The
  • Term subsequent sickness What it means employee breaks a leg in March and the injury becomes infected in June, or a recurrence of the
  • Term subsequent supply What it means The provision of material to maintain the stock of a force element after the initial supply
  • Term subsequent test What it means particular change request in the target system environment
  • Term subsequent transport What it means Request used to repeat the transport of an object because of an error
  • Term subseries What it means It is used only in Brazil
  • Term subset What it means A subset of an EDI standard
  • Term subsidiary What it means then company B is known as the subsidiary of company A. This controlling influence is primarily
  • Term subsidy (FI-AA) What it means for example, investment subsidy). Subsidies can be updated in all depreciation areas by reducing
  • Term sum What it means amounts and similar objects
  • Term subsidy (FS-CM) What it means a federal, state, or local authority) provides a subsidy for expenses incurred in connection with
  • Term subsidy (FS-CMS) What it means Subsidies are generally referred to as subvention, assistance or benefits
  • Term subsidy agency What it means insurance premium. Example Germany: Tax office acts as subsidy agency for the Riester pension
  • Term subsidy budget What it means than the total of the revenue budget
  • Term subsidy rate What it means taking the maximum subsidy premium into account. The subsidy rate is specified by the subsidy
  • Term substance What it means A chemical element, compound, or mixture of both
  • Term substance contained in a substance listing What it means A substance included in a substance listing
  • Term substance in legal terms What it means production process. Substances include any additives necessary to preserve product stability, and
  • Term substance list What it means list is compiled with a view to regulatory requirements. Example European Inventory of Existing
  • Term substance listing What it means A list of all substances that must be monitored in the workplace while using a product, according
  • Term substance rating What it means to the hazardous substance directive and selection of the relevant risk (R) phrases
  • Term substance type What it means Real substance Listed substance Real substance group Listed substance group Copy template
  • Term Substituiçăo Tributária What it means ICMS. Nonetheless, you will only see the term Substituiçăo Tributária in the system, or its common
  • Term substitute (BC-SRV-COM) What it means substitute. These include access authorization to inbox, outbox, private folders, or shared
  • Term substitute (FIN-SEM-CPM) What it means Representative of the person responsible for a scorecard element
  • Term substitute article What it means Replaces an original article and can be a follow-up or replacement article
  • Term substitute collateral What it means collateral that has been agreed upon
  • Term substitute entitlement product What it means similar type of product can be applied instead
  • Term supplementation language What it means completely translated
  • Term substitute item What it means in an RFx. The bidder uses a substitute item in an RFx response modification, because he cannot
  • Term substitute material What it means Replaces an original material and can be a follow-up or replacement material
  • Term substitute product What it means Replaces an original product and can be a follow-up or replacement product
  • Term substitute profile What it means substitute when the substitution is set up. A substitute profile combines a number of task classes
  • Term substituted kit component What it means Kit component that has been substituted by another kit component during the rules-based ATP check
  • Term substituted kit component item What it means during the rules-based ATP check
  • Term substitution (FI-SL) What it means Entered values are checked against a user-defined Boolean statement (this is a prerequisite). If
  • Term substitution (PT) What it means that is assigned to a different position and hence remunerated differently. Substitutions allow you
  • Term supervisory differential What it means Schedule (GS) supervisor who otherwise would be paid less than one or more of the civilian
  • Term substitution activity What it means process. A substitution activity could be used, for example, to substitute a product group for
  • Term substitution assignment (IS-R) What it means the material master data
  • Term substitution assignment (IS-R-KUNDE) What it means Assignment of an original article to a replacement or follow-up article in the article master data
  • Term substitution assignment (SCM-FRE) What it means Assignment of a substitute product to an original product
  • Term substitution control (IS-R) What it means values: follow-up material, event-controlled follow-up material, time-controlled replacement
  • Term substitution control (SCM-FRE) What it means values: follow-up product, event-controlled follow-up product, time-controlled replacement product
  • Term substitution demand What it means that involves product interchangeability. This demand is created when the product concerned is to
  • Term substitution exit What it means used to substitute specific values. Substitution exits define more complex substitutions and can
  • Term substitution list What it means location product during a rules-based ATP check
  • Term substitution merge profile What it means and also the merging of consumption, inventory, and ordering information on original and substitute
  • Term supplementation logic What it means are only partly translated may be supplemented by another language
  • Term substitution of remanufactured products What it means remanufactured. The part of the demand that the new product is to take depends on the capacity
  • Term substitution profile (IS-R) What it means contains the substitution type and control type
  • Term superline What it means Line in a remuneration statement. The values of several wage types are printed in this line
  • Term substitution profile (SCM-FRE) What it means master data. It contains the substitution type and the control type
  • Term substitution receipt What it means product interchangeability. This receipt is created when a product is to be substituted by a
  • Term substitution set What it means wwitch upgrade. They include most of the R/3 Repository
  • Term substitution table What it means repository switch upgrade. The substitution tables include most of the R/3 Repository
  • Term substitution type (IS-R) What it means follow-up or replacement material
  • Term substitution type (PT) What it means A grouping of employee scheduled shift times according to payment- relevant elements
  • Term substitution type (SCM-FRE) What it means up or replacement product
  • Term successor (BC-FES-GRA) What it means between the following: Structural successor - The child of the node in question Successor in data
  • Term substring (BC-CST) What it means substring contains the host name, port name and password, if one was passed. Substring syntax: /H
  • Term substring (PSM-FM) What it means information in your system, you can subdivide the master data fields into several fields. The
  • Term substructure (BC-ABA) What it means Component of a structure that is itself structured
  • Term substructure (BC-DWB-DIC) What it means a separate object and included in a table structure with an INCLUDE statement. A substructure can
  • Term substructure (KM-KW) What it means structure include. The substructure cannot be displayed separately. It can be displayed only within
  • Term subtask What it means A task below a task
  • Term subtemplate What it means A template that is part of a structured template
  • Term subtest What it means test items grouped according to content or formal criteria
  • Term subthreshold earnings What it means lower amount the agent actually earns in the agreement period. This shortfall is offset where
  • Term subtotal What it means entered. This is achieved by multiplying the price per price unit by the bid quantity divided by
  • Term subtotal filter What it means specific criteria at consolidation group level, and then compares this to the defined values
  • Term supplier (CRM-MOM) What it means Company that offers their products on a virtual marketplace
  • Term supplier (IS-DFS) What it means A force element that supplies other units with materials
  • Term subtransaction What it means application-specific programs are processed (or both). Main transactions are broken down into
  • Term subtype (BC-DWB-TOO-BOB) What it means methods. The subtype can be modified and extended and is used to edit or extend object types
  • Term subtype (PA) What it means Examinations', for example, lets you save and update the following subtypes: Health exclusions
  • Term subvaluation run What it means InfoSet query at the same time
  • Term subvaluation run type What it means Customizing entity for the subvaluation run
  • Term subworkflow What it means workflow specified in the activity is executed when the step is executed
  • Term success rate What it means comparison to the total quantity of quotations for a product
  • Term succession plan What it means succesion plan contains general job information and payment information and also the requirements
  • Term succession planner What it means The succession planner's tasks include: Identifying key positions and key jobs Identifying
  • Term Succession Planning What it means vacant positions, or for positions that will become vacant
  • Term succession planning simulation What it means succession plan. By simulating succession planning, you can identify problems that arise when
  • Term successor processing What it means successor business object from a predecessor business object that is derived from a Web-based
  • Term successor processing profile What it means service plans is defined for individual social application categories as follows: Which change
  • Term successor product planning date What it means successor product from the supplier. The successor product planning date is calculated by the
  • Term successor product receipt date What it means of distribution (BOD). The successor product receipt date is calculated by the system and is the
  • Term suffix What it means card for the same cardholder account
  • Term suggested retail price What it means resale price is recommended by the manufacturer in a price list. The resale price is printed on the
  • Term suitability percentage What it means matches a requirements profile. Suitability percentages are a criterion for sorting lists and must
  • Term suitability range What it means A subdivision of ranking lists that is based on suitability percentages
  • Term suitable receipt What it means new, with regard to quantity, source of supply, and other criteria. The heuristic has to use a
  • Term sum-of-the-years-digits method of depreciation What it means The asset is depreciated using a mathematical series based on the remaining useful life. Since this
  • Term summarization (CO-PC) What it means be analyzed at a higher level
  • Term summarization (IS-B-RA) What it means Summarization is mainly used to improve system performance during the valuation of transactions. It
  • Term summarization area What it means hierarchy area and the summarization area. The summarization area has the function of summarizing
  • Term summarization category What it means Groups open items to one single item, according to selected criteria
  • Term summarization dates What it means Period values that fall within these summarization dates and that were calculated in a previous
  • Term summarization hierarchy What it means summarization keys constructed in the same way as project hierarchies
  • Term summarization indicator What it means portfolio, or whether it remains a separate transaction
  • Term summarization item (PA-PM) What it means A line item that can be used for budgeting purposes, but not for posting
  • Term surplus delivery What it means becomes a 'surplus delivery' for picking wave creation at a later date
  • Term summarization item (PSM-FM) What it means hierarchy, you group account assignment items at different user-defined summarization levels. A
  • Term summarization level What it means store an original dataset in summarized form. This gives quick access to presummarized data for
  • Term summarization object What it means Order summarization Project summarization Summarization of a cost object hierarchy Example A
  • Term summarization order What it means criteria. The SAP System creates a physical summarization order on each node of the summarization
  • Term summarization rule What it means Management (for example, calculation of the NPV and the value at risk
  • Term summarization schema What it means generation of counterparty risk objects of the next highest order
  • Term summarized BOM What it means assemblies and other components contained in a product. Assemblies or other parts that are used
  • Term summarized financial statements What it means have been through currency translation
  • Term summarized JIT call What it means Contrary to the sequenced JIT call, the summarized JIT call is not linked to a specific order
  • Term summarized node What it means Profit Center Accounting standard hierarchy contains summarized nodes that group nodes of profit
  • Term summarized range call What it means then split into x individul calls. The delivery date is the same for each individual call
  • Term summarized requirements What it means period and transferred as a total to materials planning (MRP). The system creates a line in the
  • Term summarizer What it means extracting information from text documents, and can be used for: High-precision classification of
  • Term summary (CRM-BTX) What it means attached to an activity is mapped to groupware, so that the CRM calendar and groupware calendar
  • Term summary (CRM-EM) What it means partner. In this way, you do not invoice a deposit amount for every purchase, and you do not have
  • Term summary (CRM-PCC) What it means showing information about the selected business object
  • Term summary confirmation What it means The activity elements, in the summary confirmation, of an activity are confirmed simultaneously
  • Term summary procedure code What it means procedures (single-quantity PCs). A summary procedure code (PC) may not have the charge type 81 and
  • Term summary task What it means aggregated form (for example, confirmed times and required qualifications). However, you cannot
  • Term summated rating What it means This analysis method is used for agents that are compositions or that occur in combination
  • Term summated value group What it means to the same summated value group
  • Term super-region What it means An optional definition to which several countries can be assigned
  • Term superable earnings What it means superannuation fund are based. It usually contains the following: Salary Monthly Fortnightly Weekly
  • Term superannuation fund What it means 039;s retirement. The contributions are calculated on the basis of the employee's superable
  • Term superbundle What it means A group of task bundles assigned together to one resource at any one time
  • Term superclass What it means Class from used to derive using inheritance subclasses
  • Term superior class What it means A class from which a subordinate class is derived through inheritance
  • Term superior equipment What it means complex technical object can be represented by assigning equipment to superior pieces of equipment
  • Term superior order What it means An order that is superior to one or more sub-orders in an order hierarchy
  • Term Supersession What it means manufacturer are possible in all logistical functions in the system. Changes to the design, form
  • Term supersession chain What it means substituted by product B due to changes in design, form, function, or manufacturing process. In a
  • Term supersession planning horizon What it means It covers the period from today, the planning date, to the time of the interchange, that means, to
  • Term supertype What it means object type components. Changes to the object type components of the supertype affect the object
  • Term supervisory board compensation What it means supervisory board for an independent activity, such as an attendance fee, royalties and so on
  • Term surplus reporting What it means Shows surplus quantities and values at different times during surplus and obsolescence planning
  • Term supplement (IS-H) What it means case (for example, service inserted late from a subsystem). If the services are billable, the case
  • Term supplement (IS-M-SD) What it means circulation and which can be purchased by individual publishers. The main content of a supplement
  • Term supplement (PSM-FM) What it means Supplements in BCS are managed via the budgeting process
  • Term supplement change directory What it means and changed software objects of the delivery component (by referencing the change piece list(s) of
  • Term supplement change piece list What it means for the delivery component for an upgrade supplement; that is, for the connection to the SAP system
  • Term supplement component directory What it means delivery component (by referencing the component piece list, for example
  • Term supplement component piece list What it means supplement; that is, for the connection to the SAP system upgrade. The supplement component piece
  • Term supply chain networking What it means exchange, enterprise portal and mobile security chain management
  • Term supplement item What it means The bidder uses a supplement item in an RFx response modification. If the RFx response is
  • Term supplemental demand What it means own energy. This covers the customer's power need that surpasses in-plant generation
  • Term supply source determination What it means production versions (PPM or an iPPE access object) or external vendors
  • Term Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Child What it means initiated in 1972. The Program provides e.g. checks for nutritious food, nutrition classes
  • Term supplemental payment What it means run. Supplemental payments are represented by a record of the infotype Multiple Checks in One
  • Term supplemental pension What it means A pension paid either by the employer, the employee or both to compensate legal pension
  • Term supplemental run What it means payment is generated. The system generates a supplemental run if a record of the infotype Multiple
  • Term supplementary account assignment What it means by the user during document entry
  • Term supplementary auto liability insurance for rental cars abroa What it means as long as coverage does not exist with liability insurance that has been concluded for the vehicle
  • Term supplementary character What it means A Unicode encoded character having a supplementary code point
  • Term supplementary code point What it means A Unicode code point between U+10000 and U+10FFFF
  • Term supplementary invoice What it means different partners and prices
  • Term supplier evaluation in SRM What it means related (for example, in the confirmation or invoice) configurable criteria and can store
  • Term supplier factor What it means lastganggemessenen Kunden eines Lieferanten am Gesamtverbrauch der nicht lastganggemessenen Kunden
  • Term supplementary logistics service What it means supplementary logistics service (SLS) is assigned to other materials as an additional. SLS
  • Term supplementary plane What it means code point range. see also entries: Plane and Plane 0 (basic multiling