The nomination process supports numerous movement scenarios. You make these settings in Customizing for the Industry Solution Oil & Gas (Downstream). Choose TSW (Trader’s and Scheduler’s Workbench) ® Nomination ® Basic Settings ® Customize TSW movement scenarios. When you perform scheduling with nominations, you can use only those movement scenarios that are defined in Customizing.
You define movement scenarios by carrying out the settings in Customizing for Document Processing, ticket reversal and for defining the basic parameters for each movement scenario.
You define the basic parameters for movement scenarios in Customizing for the Industry Solution Oil & Gas (Downstream), by choosing TSW (Trader's and Scheduler's Workbench) ® Nomination ® Basic Settings ® Customize TSW movement scenarios.
You define Document Processing and you assign the relevant applications for Document Processing in Customizing for Junction Functions and Document Relevance. These settings are necessary for the Document Processing routines and ticket reversal routines that are used by movement scenarios.
You can also implement a Business Add-In (BAdI) to change the way tickets are processed. In Customizing for the Industry Solution Oil & Gas (Downstream), choose TSW (Trader's and Scheduler's Workbench) ® Tickets ® Maintain Business Add-Ins for Ticket Processing.
Junction Functions link together multiple applications that are used for various processing activities, such as Document Processing based on events in a special application. You assign functions to function groups and define the sequence of function groups. For example, you can define a function group to reverse document postings, whereby the fields display the posting steps that need to be reversed. You define Junction Functions in Customizing for the Industry Solution Oil & Gas (Downstream), by choosing Cross-Application Components ® General Settings ® Junction Functions.
You use Document Relevance to define a document as relevant or not relevant for an application. For example, you can set documents as relevant for scheduling using the Trader’s and Scheduler’s Workbench component. You assign a relevance value in order to create function groups or to designate a document as relevant or not relevant for processing. You define Document Relevance in Customizing for the Industry Solution Oil & Gas (Downstream), by choosing Cross-Application Components ® General Settings ® Document Relevance.
The values that you enter in the Planning Type, Indicator for Reference Documents, and Book Transfer fields determine the movement scenario. You use the other fields to determine checks and default values that are used during planning and ticket processing. By entering data in the DocCa (SD document category), Purch. doc. category (purchasing document category), and Purchasing doc. type (purchasing document type) fields, you create a link between the reference document indicator and the document type.
We recommended that you do not enter both an SD document category and a Purchasing document category.
TSW movement scenarios determine the Document Processing that the system carries out for scheduled bulk shipments.
In addition to other factors, Document Processing determines whether sales orders, purchase orders, stock transfer orders, or other documents form the basis for a shipment. Document Processing also determines how a nomination is processed, how subsequent documents are posted, and the effect a ticket reversal has on the underlying documents.
For more detailed information on the settings for the individual movement scenarios, see: