Binding Period for Quotation. Date until which the quotation submitted is to be regarded as binding.
Cash Discount Days 1. Period within which a payment must be made in order to take advantage of the first cash discount terms.
Cash Discount Percentage 1. Cash discount percentage rate applied to the shortest payment period.
Cash Discount Days 2. Period within which a payment must be made in order to take advantage of the second cash discount terms.
Cash Discount Percentage 2. Cash discount percentage rate applied to the second payment period.
Company Code. The company code is an organizational unit within financial accounting.
Name of Person Who Created Object.
Date on Which Record Was Created.
Currency Key. Currency key for amounts in the system.
Indicator for Fixed Exchange Rate. Determines that the exchange rate used for currency translation purposes calculated or entered in the purchasing document is fixed. If you fix the exchange rate, the purchase order currency and the exchange rate cannot be changed during invoice verification.
Follow-On Purchasing Document Category.
Follow-On Purchasing Document Type.
Incoterms (Part 1). Commonly used trading terms that comply with the standards established by the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC). Incoterms specify internationally recognized procedures that the shipper and the receiving party must follow for the shipping transaction to be completed successfully.If goods are shipped through a port of departure, the appropriate Incoterm might be: FOB ("Free On Board"). You can provide further details (for example, the name of the port) in the secondary Incoterm field: FOB Boston, for example.
Incoterms Location 1. Provides additional information for the primary Incoterm. For Incoterms 2010, this field represents:
Incoterms Location 2. Provides additional information for the Incoterms. This field is only available for C-Clauses (if customized appropriately). Note the following for the incoterms versions below: No Version:This field is disabledIncoterm Version 2000This field is disabled as part of standard delivery unless a customer decides to enable it by the way of Customizing for Sales and Distribution under Master Data -> Business Partners -> Customers -> Billing Document -> Incoterms -> Map Incoterms to Versions.Incoterm Version 2010For this version, the field represents:Sea and inland waterway transport - Port of DestinationAny mode of transport - Place of Destination2010 Incoterms are divided as follows:Group 1: Rules for any mode or modes of transport (including by vessel)Incoterms Incoterms Description Location 2CPT Carriage Paid To Place of DestinationCIP Carriage & Insurance Paid To Place of DestinationGroup 2: Rules for sea and inland waterwaysIncoterms Incoterms Description Location 2CFR Cost & Freight Port of DestinationCIF Cost Insurance & Freight Port of Destination.
Incoterms (Part 2). Additional information for the primary Incoterm. If the primary Incoterm is, for example, FOB ("Free on Board"), then the second field provides details of the port from which the delivery leaves (for example, "FOB Boston").
Incoterms Version. An incoterms version is an edition containing a list of international terms for transportation that is defined by the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC).
Business Purpose Completed. Indicates whether the end of purpose (EoP) has been reached. The EoP is the point in time for a data set when the processing of personal data is no longer required for the primary business purpose. After the EoP has been reached, the data is blocked and can only be accessed by users with special authorization.
Language Key. The language key indicates
Change Time Stamp.
Net Payment Terms Period. Standard settlement period (in days).
Terms of Payment Key. Key for defining payment terms composed of cash discount percentages and payment periods. It is used in sales orders, purchase orders, and invoices. Terms of payment provide information for:Cash managementDunning proceduresPayment transactionsData can be entered in the field for the terms of payment key in various ways as you enter a business transaction:In most business transactions, the system defaults the key specified in the master record of the customer/vendor in question.In some transactions (for example, credit memos), however, the system does not default the key from the master record. Despite this, you can use the key from the customer/vendor master record by entering "*" in the field.Regardless of whether or not a key is defaulted from the master record, you can manually enter a key during document entry at:item level in sales ordersheader level in purchase orders and invoicesMaster records have separate areas for Financial Accounting, Sales, and Purchasing. You can specify different terms of payment keys in each of these areas. When you then enter a business transaction, the application in question will use the key specified in its area of the master record.
Procedure (Pricing, Output Control, Acct. Det., Costing,...). Specifies the conditions that are allowed for a document and defines the sequence in which they are used. Procedures are used, for example, in the following applications:Pricing in Sales and DistributionAccount determinationCalculating taxes on sales/purchases.
Purchasing Document Category. Identifier that allows you to differentiate between various kinds of purchasing document in the SAP System.
Number of the Document Condition. The internal number under which the system saves conditions that apply to a sales order, for example. The purchasing and sales departments may want to use the same order number for a document even though different conditions may apply in each area. The system uses the internal number to identify the different conditions.
Purchasing Document Date. Date on which the purchasing document was created.
Supplier Quotation Document Type.
Purchasing Group. Key for a buyer or a group of buyers, who is/are responsible for certain purchasing activities. Frequently, purchasing documents (such as purchase orders) are monitored by the purchasing group. Urging letters (in the case of overdue deliveries) fall also within the group's scope of activities.For each purchasing group, statistical analyses can be performed. The purchasing group can be used as a sort criterion when creating purchasing-specific reports.
Purchasing Organization. Denotes the purchasing organization.
Supplier Quotation Lifecycle Status.
Deadline for Submission of Bid/Quotation. Date by which the supplier is to submit the quotation.
Quotation Submission Date. Date on which the supplier submitted the quotation.
Request for Quotation.
Supplier Quotation Number.
Quotation Number. Number of supplier's quotation.