This fact sheet displays contextual information about the article business object. You can navigate to its related business objects, and you can access related transactions in operational systems.
In the Site Locations tile, you can find a map for displaying sites (stores or distribution centers) based on geolocation data and geocoordinates (latitude, longitude).
Sites that are assigned to an article are displayed as pins. The geocoordinates are based on the address data entered for the site in the site master. The relevant sites for an article are determined using the data in table MARC (Site Data for Article).
The pin representing the first site that is found is situated in the center of the map, and in first place in the Logistics View tile. If there is enough space for nearby sites to be displayed, they are also shown on the map. Otherwise, only one pin is displayed.
Click a pin to display additional data for the selected site. Different information is displayed depending on whether you are using the article, site, or allocation table fact sheet.
To close the popup window, click the Cancel pushbutton at the top right. Alternatively, if you click a different pin, the pin currently being displayed is closed.
To zoom in or out of the map, you can use the scroll wheel on your mouse, or you can use the zoom bar, which is located at the top left of the map. To move the map around, you can use the four arrow buttons on the navigation icon (top left of the map), or you can use the mouse (click and hold left mouse button, then drag).
To navigate to the first site sorted by name (HOME function), double click the center of the navigation icon. The pin for this site is then displayed in the center of the map.
Navigation for mobile end devices (tablet, smart phone)
To center the display on the first site in the list of hits, choose the HOME pushbutton.
To zoom in or out of the map, use the + / - pushbuttons (alternatively, you can use pinch and spread gestures on the touchscreen).
You can move the map around by dragging it with your finger.
This is key data prominently displayed in fact sheets. This fact sheet shows the following key facts:
Unrestricted-Use Stock: Unit of measure and count
Article Category: Grouping of articles according to their attributes. Examples of an article category are:
Variant (of a generic article)
Article Type: Division of articles into various groups, for example:
This app enables users to access other apps directly (for example to display detailed information).
Linked apps have to be already available in your system landscape or you have to implement them along with this app.
You can access the following transactions in your ABAP back-end system, for example
Display Article (MM43)
Display Stock Overview (RWBE)
Display Price Overview (VKP2)
From mobile devices or tablets, you cannot access SAP GUI transactions or Web Dynpro transactions through the SAP Fiori launchpad.
In order to be able to implement this app, your system landscape has to be enabled for SAP Fiori. One of the requirements for your system landscape is that your back-end product meets the required product version stack:
Required Back-End Product (Product Version Stack)
The front-end components of this app (such as the user interface) are delivered together with the components of other apps as part of this SAP Fiori product:
Front-End Components Delivered with (Product Version Stack)
|SAP Fiori 1.0 for SAP ERP ( 09 (01/2016) )|
For more information, see the app implementation document of this app.