Join Michael Management for an in-depth discussion in this video Advanced topics overview, part of SAP Transportation Management Overview.
- [Instructor] In this next to last lesson … for the TM overview I call this advanced topics. … One could argue that it's other things that I really … didn't have time to mention in a TM overview. … There are as I think of them probably dozens of things … either I chose not to mention, or I just flat out … forgot to mention and it's probably a good thing … because there's only so much you can cram into … a overview course, but here a couple of things that … I think are important. … One is something called conditions. … Think of them as table based rules but it's a technique … that is used throughout TM to basically … as part of configuration to drive TM behavior. … Very very powerful. … Think Boolean logic using standard operators … such as greater than, less than and so forth. … To compare field values, and there are a number … of what SAP calls predefined condition types. … So it depends on the context, for example if you decide … that you need to tell the optimizer to take into account …
- Architecture overview
- Reviewing the master data
- Planning transportation
- Charge calculations
- Advanced TM functionality
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Introduction and Overview
Welcome and agenda2m 35s
1. TM Architecture
Architecture overview9m 36s
2. Understanding the Basics
3. Additional Functionality
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