This fact sheet displays contextual information about the allocation table business object. You can navigate to its related business objects, and you can access related transactions in operational systems.
In the Recipient Stores tile, you can find a map for displaying stores receiving deliveries.
For more information about navigating in the map, see the Key Features/Map Display section in the documentation for the Article fact sheet.
For more information about implementing the map display feature, see the "Configuration Tasks - Map Display of Sites Based on Geolocation Data/Geocoordinates" section in App Implementation: Article.
This is key data prominently displayed in fact sheets. This fact sheet shows the following key facts:
Sales Value. This has two possible totals:
Total of all sales values for all articles of the allocation table (sales prices on distribution chain level)
Total of the values of generated sales orders, if external customers are involved
Activity Status: This displays the status of the follow-on document processing. The activity status has four values:
Not Active Follow-on documents have not yet been generated
Partially Active Follow-on documents have already been generated for individual sites on this level
Active Follow-on documents have been generated for all sites on this level
Completed The allocation is complete for this level; all goods movements have been carried out
Maintenance Status: This displays the status and the options for allocation table maintenance. The maintenance status is related to header level and item level of the allocation table. It has four values:
New - Level is new; no follow-on document generation possible
Released - Level is released for follow-on document generation
In Process - Items changed or added (header); item data changed, no follow-on document generation possible (item)
Incomplete Item was saved with incomplete data
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 Allocation Table (WA03)
Generate Follow-On Documents (WA08)
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.