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SAP S/4HANA Article Listing – Part2
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Welcome back to the S/4 HANA blog post series.

This blog post is the continuation of the below blog posts:

  1. SAP S/4 HANA Material Master Introduction
  2. SAP S/4 HANA Material Master Views
  3. S/4 HANA Article Master – Listing article-Part1

In this blog post, we will discuss the Listing of the article.



The article listing can be done several ways as follows;

Method1

  1. Create an assortment module and assign materials
  2. Assign the module(s) to the assortment (s)

Method2

  1. Promotional modules, rackjobbres

Method3

  1. Layout
    1. Create layout Modules and assign Materials
    2. Assign Layout Modules to layout
    3. Assign Layout to assortments

Once creating is done – WLK1, WLK2, WLK3. Once only these tables updated.



Let us discuss Method1 – it involves 2 steps

  1. Create an assortment module and assign materials
  2. Assign the module(s) to the assortment (s)



Creation of Assortment Module:

Go to Transaction – WS01 to create an assortment module

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Assortment Module Creation​



and then select the Module type as below

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Assortment Module type​



here we have different types of modules as below:

  1. Standard Module – is relevant for being purchased or sold at the site
  2. Exclusion module – you cannot buy material at a particular site
  3. Rackjobber module – a functionality – vendors places at the store, it is not the property of inventory, only owes to the vendor, on a commission basis
  4. Value contract module – standard sales and distribution based on contract



select Standard module and proceed’

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Enter the article details in it and save.

The Module has been created as below:

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Assortment Module created​

We have created an assortment module and assigned the article to that module.

We can assign N-no of articles to that module.

Next step

Now let us create a General assortment:

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Creation of Assortment​

and then enter the assortment details:

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Assortment Creation – Name​

Once click Enter after giving assortment name, we must enter details such as sales org, DC, Etc as below

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Assortment Creation -Details​

Then you can assign merchandise groups to the assortment:

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Assortment Creation – Merchandise Group​

And then we must add the stores that can handle these materials in assortment user tab:

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Assortment Creation – User assignment​

Note: When I am adding the perticular material in these sites means that article can be bought/sell only these perticular sites.

Finally, we have successfully created an Assortment module and assortment.

The next step is both must be linked.


Go to Assortment Assignment and select – Maintain

Tcode – WS05

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Assortment Assignment – Maintain screen​

Once you select maintain option-below screen will popup

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Assortment Module Assignment to Assortment​

and Now you must enter the assortment.
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Assigning Assortment to the Module​

and click Save.

now we have successfully linked.



We can get confirmation from WLK1 table as below:

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Listed Materials – WLK1 table Display​

Entries of Listed articles:

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Listed Articles – WLK1 Entries​

The articles are listed successfully.

Now we can check whether the listing is successful or not via sales order.

TCODE: ME21N

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Sales Order​

the sales order is generating for the listed articles to particular sites/plants.

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Sales Order – created via listings​

This is one way of creating an assortment and article Listing.

The other way is creating an individual article listing against the assortment directly will be continued in the next part.

In the next blog posts, we can discuss more on processing.

That’s all about this blog post.

Thanks for reading, please provide your feedback.
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Happy Learning, see you in my next blog
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Thanks,

Venkatesh Golla

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