MEOUT_ITEM is an SAP structure that does not store data such as a database table, but can be used to process “match item” information in ABAP sap programs. This is done by declaring internal abap tables, work areas or database tables based on this structure. These can then be used to store and process the necessary data. Data: wa_MEOUT_ITEM TYPE MEOUT_ITEM. Below are the full details and documentaries of the fields that make up this structure. I hope these two blog posts on framework agreements have been helpful. Please send us your comments if you have any questions or comments, or perhaps see things differently in professional practice. This blog explains how to identify framework agreement sharing contracts in SAP® with SAP® transactions such as SE16 and ME33K, and how the process is recorded from a data perspective – that is, on attributes in EKKO/EKPO and in the EKAB information documentation table. It turned out that an authorization order is usually registered as soon as the order refers to it, regardless of the receipt of the goods and invoices. A contract is a long-term framework agreement between a lender and a customer via pre-defined equipment or service over a period of time. There are two types of contracts — here are the tables that store all purchase documents, including framework agreements. In my last blog, I explained some framework agreements (value and quantity contracts as well as delivery plans) in SAP®. Supplier selection is an important process in the procurement cycle.
Creditors can be selected based on the bidding process. After pre-selecting a creditor, an organization enters into an agreement with the latter to provide certain items subject to certain conditions. When an agreement is reached, a formal contract is usually signed with the Kreditor. A framework agreement is therefore a long-term purchase agreement with a creditor. Orders for the release of value and quantity contracts are included in a separate table called EKAB. SAP® SE16 transaction can be used to display items. The screenshot below shows the release commands in the EAKB table, filtered by “our” quantity contract 46000000062 of the first example. From a risk perspective, the theme of framework agreements offers a number of fascinating starting points, including 4 – Market documents for a volume contract in the EKAB Table EKAB are a good starting point for our unlocking contracts. It is also interesting to note that in addition to the location in a separate table, lists of contract-sharing mandates can be generated as part of data analysis on the original control boards (see EKKO/EKPO in the first blog post).