Justin Valley shows how to search for data effectively in SAP. He also details how to search using the SAP wildcard.
- [Instructor] To use SAP effectively, you'll need to…be able to find the data you want to work with.…Whether it's a customer number, or an employee ID,…you won't always have these things memorized.…Any editable field in the SAP Gooey that is not…freeform text will allow us to search for the data we need.…For an example, let's enter transaction MM03…which is display a material.…Let's imagine we don't have the material number we need.…When I click in the material field,…this button appears and it's called the match code button.…
I click on it, this opens the match code search screen…and this allows us to search using…a large variety of data combinations.…By clicking the three dots on the right side of the screen…I can see all the tabs possible to search from.…Material by old material, material…by mill of material, et cetera.…Now I know what my material is called,…and what plant I'm working at.…I want to display the material that's named forklift.…So I'll search using the plant material by description tab.…
I'll type forklift in the material description field…
- Benefits and limitations of SAP ERP
- 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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