Justin Valley looks at the differences between SAP master data and SAP transactional data.
- [Instructor] In SAP you'll often hear about…two types of data, master data and transactional data.…Let's take a look at the differences between the two.…Master data refers to all the information…that deals with people, places or objects in the system.…Master data is the foundation that the database is built on.…Without accurate master data transactions cannot occur.…Master data tends to be relatively static.…Examples of master data in SAP includes…the information in vendor master records,…customer master records, and employee master data.…
On the other hand, transactional data records…the actions of a business.…This type of data represents…the bulk of day to day transactions.…Transactional data is constantly changing.…Examples of transactional data in SAP include…the information found in purchase orders,…sales orders, or changing a work schedule.…We need both types of data to be accurate…to have an effective system.…But if the master data is not correct…the transactional data will never be right.…
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- Exploring the different SAP modules
- SAP security roles
- Menu tree and transaction code navigation
- Searching for data and using wildcards
- SAP basic reporting
- Editing SAP report layouts
- Printing and exporting reports
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