|Unit 2 - Procurement - The way in which a material is obtained for a customer order can depend on the material itself as well as on the sales transaction. The procurement can, for example: (There are five correct answers) result from available stock be guaranteed by replenishment trigger a make-to-order production order the outbound delivery via external suppliers (third-party business transaction) organize the outbound delivery via another warehouse (stock transfer) result from restricted stock trigger a consignment issue.
Unit 2 - Shipping processing in Sales and Distribution begins when: You create the delivery document You create the shippment document.
Unit 2 - What of the following subprocesses is non-optional? Picking and confirming (TO) Packing Planning and monitoring of transport (Shippment document) Posting the goods issue.
Unit 2 - When you create a billing document, the G/L accounts are normally determined automatically and the relevant data is posted. The system carries out the following: (There are two correct answers) a debit posting on the customer's receivables account a credit posting on the customer's receivables account a debit posting on the revenue account a credit posting on the revenue account.
Unit 2 - When you post an incoming payment, the data on the relevant G/L accounts is posted automatically. The system carries out the following: (There are two correct answers) a debit posting on the cash account a credit memo in the customer's receivables account a credit posting on the cash account a debit memo in the customer's receivables account.
Unit2 - A sales document is always created within a: Sales area Business area Storage area.
Unit 2 - A sales document is divided intro three levels: header, item and schedule lines header, item and trailler header, items and taxes.
Unit 2 - What is correct to say about Outbound Delivery: (There are three correct answers) Outbound deliveries are created for orders that are ready to be shipped You can create one or more outbound deliveries from the order You can combine items from more than one order in an outbound delivery You can create only one outbound delivery from the order Outbound deliveries are created for orders that are ready to be billed.
Unit 2 - To combine outbound deliveries successfully, the orders must correspond with the characteristics that are essential for the shipping process, for example: (There are three correct answers) Shipping point Due date Ship-to address Storage location Sold-to address.
Unit 2 - A delivery document is grouped into two levels: header and item item and schedule lines header and schedule lines.
Unit 2 - What is correct to say about Picking: (There are two correct answers) You create a transfer order for a sales order A transfer order is generated for a warehouse number The system can combine more than one outbound delivery in a group of transfer orders provided that the same warehouse number is used To optimize picking, you can create picking list that contain materials from multiple sales orders.
Unit 2 - When the goods issue is posted, the following is carried out: (There are five correct answers) The quantity in inventory management and the delivery requirements in materials planning are updated The value change in the balance sheet accounts for inventory accounting is posted The system creates further documents for Financial Accounting The billing due list is generated The status in all associated sales documents is updated The delivery due list is generated The invoice is generated.
Unit 2 - The system can combine a number of outbound deliveries in one billing when they have the same characteristics: (There are three correct answers) Payer Billing date Destination country Ship-to-party Business area.