In the sales process, the transfer of ownership officially occurs when the goods are issued to a customer. In this video, identify the steps to post a goods issue in SAP using transaction code VL02N.
- [Instructor] The final step … in the shipping and transportation area … is the post goods issue. … This is when goods have left the plant … and are on the way to the customer. … This also marks the official transfer … of legal ownership over to the customer. … To post the goods issue, … we use transaction code VL02N and press Enter. … We need to enter our outbound delivery number, … which is 80000245. … One really useful screen in SAP is the Document Flow. … Document Flow shows the series of documents … that are created and their statuses. … Let's look at the document flow for this outbound delivery. … The first document in our flow is the Standard Order, … which was our sales order, … and the status of the order is Completed. … Next, we have our Delivery document, … which is still in process. … Under Delivery, we have our Picking Request, … which was already completed. … Next, we have our Handling Unit, … which was how we packed this delivery. … If we wanted to view any of these documents, …
- Defining an organizational structure for SAP
- Key elements of master data in SAP SD
- Creating sales inquiries, quotations, and orders
- Shipping and transportation processes
- Creating invoices
- Running billing and returns reports
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1. Sales and Distribution Overview
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