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SAP enhancement package 6 for SAP ERP

6.0
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15.5.6.1

PP Production Planning and Control


PP-MES Integration with Manufacturing
Execution Systems
LOG_PP_MES_INT_03: Integration of Production Processes with
an MES 2
MES Integration for Production Order
MES Integration for Planned Orders
PP-SFC Production Orders
LOG_PP_CI_1: Improvements in Manufacturing
PP-REM Repetitive Manufacturing
LOG_PP_CI_1: Improvements in Manufacturing
PP-PI Production Planning for Process
Industries
PP-PI-CFB Consumer Products for Food &
Beverage
LOG_PP_CFB: Printing Detailed Forms and Overview Forms (New)
LOG_PP_CFB: Printing GS1-128 Labels (New)
LOG_PP_CFB: Batch Selection and Follow-Up Action in BIC
(New)
LOG_PP_CFB: Weighing for Goods Movements (New)
LOG_PP_CFB: Calculation of BBD in the Process Order (New)
LOG_PP_CFB: Clear Remaining Batch Quantities (New)
LOG_PP_CFB: Raw Material Procurement Cockpit (New)
LOG_PP_CFB: Release and Lock Production Versions for
Material
LOG_PP_CFB: Confirmation of Process Orders and Production
Orders with
LOG_PP_CFB: Business Function PP, Food and Beverage Industry
(New)
PP-PN Production Network
OIL_OPM_UPST: Reporting and Analytics for Operations
Performance
OIL_OPM_UPST: Business Function Operations Performance
Management for
OIL_OPM_UPST: Simulation (New)
PP-PN-ALN Production Allocation
OIL_OPM_UPST: Allocation (New)
PP-PN-ANL Analytics
OIL_OPM_UPST: Search and Analytics for Operations
Performance Management
PP-PN-NO Network Objects
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15.5.7.1
15.5.8
15.5.8.1

PP-PN-NOP Network Operations


OIL_OPM_UPST: Planning Table (New)
PP-PN-OWN Ownership
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15.1 PP-MES
Systems

Production Planning and Control


Integration with Manufacturing Execution

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15.1.1 LOG_PP_MES_INT_03: Integration of Production Processes with an MES


2 (New)
Use
As of SAP ECC 6.0, Enhancement Package 6 (SAP_APPL 606), the business function Integration of
Production Processes with an MES 2 (LOG_PP_MES_INT_03) is available. You can use this business
function to model your manufacturing processes more efficiently and improve the connection to the shop
floor.
As of SAP ECC 6.0, Enhancement Package 5 (SAP_APPL 605), you can use the Data Replication
Framework (DRF) to integrate SAP ERP and a Manufacturing Execution System (MES). In the case of
both transactional and master data, the creation of a replication model with the appropriate outbound
implementation, as well as the fulfillment of the specified filter criteria in the DRF and certain
hard-coded filter criteria are prerequisites for the distribution.
The following functions are available:
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Maintenance order
Through the maintenance order, you can make use of an integration between Enterprise Asset
Management and an MES. Planned or unplanned equipment downtimes can be monitored through
the maintenance order. If a maintenance order that contains MES-relevant equipment is changed, it
is distruted to an MES upon release according to the filter criteria defined in the DRF.

Equipment
You can distribute equipment and information to the measuring points to the MES, for example to
control the maintenance of production machines. Changes are synchronized with the MES within
the standard DRF functions. You can also return information about the measuring points to the
MES, for example, regarding known characteristics such machine operating time and production
quantity.
You can read the measuring points from both systems to obtain information about the operating
times and maintenance windows.

Material
The distribution of material material data via the DRF is possible in the standard system as of EHP6.
To enable the integration with an MES, the standard distribution has been enhanced with
MES-specific filter criteria.
The filter critiera MRP Type was added to the filter.
If the corresponding classification exists, the material classes are also transmitted.

Co-products
If you want to confirm manufacturing orders in discrete manufacturing, the automatic goods receipt
for co-products is now also supported in connection with an MES. The attribute for co-products and
the indicator for automatic goods receipt must be set for the material.

Roles
To make the configuration of systems communication between ERP and MES easier, particularly
with an SAP ME, the following new roles are now available for the service user which are
summarized under the composite role SAP_PP_MES_SERVICE_USER:
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SAP_PP_MES_SHOP_FLOOR_DISCRETE

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This role contains all authorizations that are relevant for discrete manufacturing with a
production order and corresponding master data. The authorization objects contained in this
role simplify the confirmation process.
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SAP_PP_MES_SHOP_FLOOR_REM
This role provides additional authorizations if you want to use repetitive manufacturing.

SAP_PP_MES_PLANT_MAINTENANCE
You need this role in addition If you use maintenance integration.

Effects on System Administration


In order for you to be able to distribute production data via the DRF, you must also activate the business
function Integration of Production Processes with an MES (LOG_PP_MES_INT_02). For more
information, see here.
In addition, you must activate the business function Intergration of Production Processes with an MES
(LOG_PP_MES_INT_01).
Effects on Customizing
Check the confirmation parameters and set the indicator for automatic goods receipt of co-products GR
Co-Products.
To do this for the production order, in Customizing for Production choose Shop Floor Control ->
Operations -> Confirmation -> Define Confirmation Parameters.
To do this for the process order, in Customizing for Production Planning - Process Industries choose
Process Order -> Operations -> Confirmation -> Define Confirmation Parameters.
See also
For more information, see SAP Help Portal at http://help.sap.com/erp -> SAP ERP Enhancement
Packages -> ERP Central Component Enhancement Package 6 -> Business Functions (SAP
Enhancement Package 6 for SAP ERP 6.0) -> Enterprise Business Functions -> Logistics -> Production
Planning and Control -> Integration of Production Processes with an MES 2.

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15.1.2 MES Integration for Production Order


Use
As of SAP Enhancement Package 5 for SAP ERP 6.0 (SAP_APPL 605), business function Integration of
Production Processes with an MES, you can use the integration for the production order.
If you have already activated the business function LOG_PP_MES_INT_01 available in the system,
relevant production orders are transmitted upon release via the DRF to an MES. In addition, the following
new functions are available:
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Any changes you make to the redistributed production order in the ERP system are likewise
synchronized in the MES. Howeve, to ensure data consistency between ERP and the MES, you are
unable to change certain fields or perform certain functions in ERP for the production order.

Direct confirmation of the production quantities for replicated orders occurs exclusively via the
interface to the MES.
When confirming production orders, you can now also specify the batch characteristics for
batch-managed materials and the serial numbers for serialized materials.

You can specify serial numbers for the finished product for the order via the IDoc LOIPRO02.
Serial numbers that have been entered or that are to be deleted are checked as part of the serial
number management; accidental deletion is also prevented.

You can now specify long texts and documents for the production order, such as work instructions
either directly or as production resources. If the documents are stored in the SAP vault or on a
network server and have the status Released, they are likewise transmitted to the MES. From the
MES, you can call the document originals via URL. Data transmission occurs by means of a secure
connection (https port).

If you have created an inspection lot for a production order, the data of this inspection lot, for
example inspection characteristics, are also transmitted to the MES.

From the new status field in the production order you can determine whether the production order
has been distributed or whether it is relevant for distribution.

Effects on Customizing
In Customizing for the production, under Integration with a Manufacturing Execution System >
Integration of Production Orders with a Manufacturing Execution System, numerous activities are
available for integration of the production order.
To enhance the IDoc, in Customizing for the production choose Integration with a Manufacturing
Execution System -> Enhance IDocs for Integration with an MES-> BAdI: Enhance IDoc for Planned
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15.1.3 MES Integration for Planned Orders


Use

As of SAP Enhancement Package 5 for SAP ERP 6.0 (SAP_APPL 605), business function Integration of
Production Processes with an MES, you can use the integration for the planned order.
The following new functions are available:
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The saving and automatic distribution of the newly-created planned order have been combined into
one step, as long as the planned order corresponds to the filter criteria for the distribution. This
spares you from having to call up additional transactions.
As soon as you save the newly-created planned order, it is replicated to an MES. It does not matter
how you created the order: by using the MRP run, in the planning table for repetitive manufacturing,
or manually.

You have the option of controlling the distribution of orders by the date. Planned orders whose
opening dates lie in the future are not considered in the replication. You can distribute these orders
through the periodic scheduling of the RDRF_MESSAGE_OUT report in the Execute Data
Replication transaction (DRFOUT).

If you have distributed planned orders to an MES, the system prevents direction confirmations from
ERP for the material. This also applies to batch-managed materials. The confirmation occurs via the
MES. The system automatically compares deviations of the actual production quantity from the
original planned quantity requested, so that the data in ERP and MES is always consistent.

The confirmation for the production version also occurs via the MES. Once the order has been
distributed, you can no longer change the production version or other particular order data, such as
the plant. In addition, only goods receipt batches can be classified during confirmation.

Subsequent changes to the planned order, done either manually or through planning (such as the
MRP run), are automatically synchronized with the MES, as long as the planned order was already
distributed to the MES.

You can distribute planned orders via the DRF to an MES if the following conditions have been met:
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The planned order must be used in repetitive manufacturing.

It must not be created in the kanban process.

You must provide a production version with it.

The conversion indicator must not be set.

Effects on Customizing
For more information about the settings required for distributing planned orders, see Customizing for the
production under Integration with a Manufacturing Execution System -> Basic Settings for MES
Integration.

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To enhance the IDoc, in Customizing for the production choose Integration with a Manufacturing
Execution System -> Enhance IDocs for Integration with an MES-> BAdI: Enhance IDoc for Planned
Order..

15.2 PP-SFC

Production Orders

15.2.1 LOG_PP_CI_1: Improvements in Manufacturing


Use
As of SAP ECC 6.0, Enhancement Package 6 (EA_APPL_606) Business Function Optimizations in
Production (LOG_PP_CI_1) is available. This business function allows you to use automatic goods
receipt for co-products when entering confirmations for production and process orders. The confirmation
process has been harmonized with the standard confirmation process and is now more user friendly.
The automatic goods receipt process has significantly reduced the number of process steps previously
required. When you have to confirm production orders for which there are co-products, you no longer
need to call additional transactions.
When you confirm production orders, the system automatically calculates a proposal for the goods receipt
or the item assigned to the operation with the corresponding quantity calculated. You can also use this
function in milestone confirmation.
Note that the attribute for co-products and the indicator for automatic goods receipt must be set for the
material.
Effects on Existing Data
The corresponding confirmation BAPIs have been enhanced.

Effects on Customizing
Check the confirmation parameters in Customizing and set the indicator for automatic goods receipt of
co-products GR Co-Products.
To do this for the production order, in Customizing for Production choose Shop Floor Control ->
Operations -> Confirmation -> Define Confirmation Parameters.
To do this for the process order, in Customizing for Production Planning - Process Industries choose
Process Order -> Operations -> Confirmation -> Define Confirmation Parameters.
See also
For more information, see the SAP library on the SAP Help Portal on http://help.sap.com -> SAP ERP
Enhancement Packages -> ERP Central Component Enhancement Package 5 -> Business Functions ->

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Business Functions in SAP ERP -> Enterprise Business Functions -> Logistics -> Production Planning
and Control -> Optimizations in Manufacturing.

15.3 PP-REM

Repetitive Manufacturing

15.3.1 LOG_PP_CI_1: Improvements in Manufacturing


Use
As of SAP ECC 6.0, Enhancement Package 6 (EA_APPL_606) Business Function Optimizations in
Production (LOG_PP_CI_1) is available. This business function allows you to use automatic goods
receipt for co-products when entering confirmations for production and process orders. The confirmation
process has been harmonized with the standard confirmation process and is now more user friendly.
The automatic goods receipt process has significantly reduced the number of process steps previously
required. When you have to confirm production orders for which there are co-products, you no longer
need to call additional transactions.
When you confirm production orders, the system automatically calculates a proposal for the goods receipt
or the item assigned to the operation with the corresponding quantity calculated. You can also use this
function in milestone confirmation.
Note that the attribute for co-products and the indicator for automatic goods receipt must be set for the
material.
Effects on Existing Data
The corresponding confirmation BAPIs have been enhanced.

Effects on Customizing
Check the confirmation parameters in Customizing and set the indicator for automatic goods receipt of
co-products GR Co-Products.
To do this for the production order, in Customizing for Production choose Shop Floor Control ->
Operations -> Confirmation -> Define Confirmation Parameters.
To do this for the process order, in Customizing for Production Planning - Process Industries choose
Process Order -> Operations -> Confirmation -> Define Confirmation Parameters.
See also
For more information, see the SAP library on the SAP Help Portal on http://help.sap.com -> SAP ERP
Enhancement Packages -> ERP Central Component Enhancement Package 5 -> Business Functions ->
Business Functions in SAP ERP -> Enterprise Business Functions -> Logistics -> Production Planning
and Control -> Optimizations in Manufacturing.

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15.4 PP-PI
15.4.1 PP-PI-CFB

Production Planning for Process Industries


Consumer Products for Food & Beverage

15.4.1.1 LOG_PP_CFB: Printing Detailed Forms and Overview Forms (New)


Use
As of SAP enhancement package 6 for SAP ERP 6.0 (SAP_APPL 606), business function PP, Food and
Beverage Industry (LOG_PP_CFB), you can print out detailed forms and overview forms for process
orders.
Effects on Existing Data
The following fields are new in the Print Shop Papers transaction (COPI) for printing overview forms:
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Print Overview Form

PDF Form

Print Report

Printer

The selection criteria have been enhanced in the Print Shop Papers transaction (COPI), so that you can
make your selection based on a value range. The Get Variant pushbutton is also new. The new screen
area Sort Sequence for Overview Form allows you to sort the process orders on the printed overview
form.

Effects on Customizing
You make the settings for this function in Customizing for Production Planning for Process Industries
under Define Print Control.
See also
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Release note LOG_PP_CFB: Business Function PP, Food and Beverage Industry (New)

SAP Library for SAP ERP under SAP ERP Central Component -> Logistics -> Production Planning
and Control (PP) -> Production Planning for Process Industries (PP-PI) -> Consumer Products for
the Food and Beverage Industry (PP-PI-CFB) -> Printing Detailed Forms and Overview Forms for
Process Orders

15.4.1.2 LOG_PP_CFB: Printing GS1-128 Labels (New)


Use

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As of SAP enhancement package 6 for SAP ERP 6.0 (SAP_APPL 606), business function PP, Food and
Beverage Industry (LOG_PP_CFB), you can print out GS1-128 labels as handling unit (HU) output.

Effects on Customizing
You make the settings for this function in Customizing for Handling Unit Management in the following
activities:
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Define Packaging Material Types

Define Bar Code Profile for Label

Maintain Output Types

Maintain Output Determination Procedure

Assign Bar Code Profile and Form to an Output Type

See also
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Release note LOG_PP_CFB: Business Function PP, Food and Beverage Industry (New)

SAP Library for SAP ERP under SAP ERP Central Component -> Logistics -> Production Planning
and Control (PP) -> Production Planning for Process Industries (PP-PI) -> Consumer Products for
the Food and Beverage Industry (PP-PI-CFB) -> Printing GS1-128 Labels

15.4.1.3 LOG_PP_CFB: Batch Selection and Follow-Up Action in BIC (New)


Use
As of SAP enhancement package 6 for SAP ERP 6.0 (SAP_APPL 606), business function PP, Food and
Beverage Industry (LOG_PP_CFB), you can select batches in the Batch Information Cockpit (BIC) using
fields from the delivery header, delivery item, and customer master data, as well as use a follow-up action
to display information on the respective handling unit.
Effects on Existing Data
In the Batch Information Cockpit (BMBC) transaction, the Delivery tab and the follow-up action CFB:
List: Pallet/Delivery/Ship-To Party are new.

Effects on Customizing
You make the settings for this function in Customizing in the following activities:
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Define User-Group-Specific Selection

Define Follow-Up Actions

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Follow-Up Actions: Assign User Groups

See also
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Release note LOG_PP_CFB: Business Function PP, Food and Beverage Industry (New)

SAP Library for SAP ERP under SAP ERP Central Component -> Logistics -> Production Planning
and Control (PP) -> Production Planning for Process Industries (PP-PI) -> Consumer Products for
the Food and Beverage Industry (PP-PI-CFB) -> Batch Selection and Follow-Up Actions in the
Batch Information Cockpit

15.4.1.4 LOG_PP_CFB: Weighing for Goods Movements (New)


Use
As of SAP enhancement package 6 for SAP ERP 6.0 (SAP_APPL 606), business function PP, Food and
Beverage Industry (LOG_PP_CFB), when creating a goods movement, you can weigh the material on a
scale connected to the ERP system and use the resulting weight data when you post the goods movement.
The weight is recorded in the material document. The system creates a weight log that contains all the
data generating during weighing.
Effects on Existing Data
The Weigh tab in the Goods Movement transaction (MIGO) is new. You enter the scale you want to use
for weighing on this tab.
The Web Dynpro application Weight Log (CFB_WDA_WL_OVP) is new.

Effects on Customizing
You make the settings for this function in Customizing for Production Planning for Process Industries
under Process Order -> Scale Connection in the following Customizing activities:
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Define Scale Control

Define Scale Group

Assign Scale Group

You can use the Business Add-In BAdI: Modifications for Weighing to make various customer-specific
modifications.
See also
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Release note LOG_PP_CFB: Business Function PP, Food and Beverage Industry (New)

SAP Library for SAP ERP under SAP ERP Central Component -> Logistics -> Production Planning
and Control (PP) -> Production Planning for Process Industries (PP-PI) -> Consumer Products for
the Food and Beverage Industry (PP-PI-CFB) -> Weighing for Goods Movements

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15.4.1.5 LOG_PP_CFB: Calculation of BBD in the Process Order (New)


Use
As of SAP enhancement package 6 for SAP ERP 6.0 (SAP_APPL 606), business function PP, Food and
Beverage Industry (LOG_PP_CFB), the system calculates the best-before date (BBD) or shelf life
expiration date (SLED) right in the process order. You can decide whether you want the system to
calculate the BBD/SLED during goods receipt through the process order, as was the case up to now, or
earlier when the process order is created.
Effects on Existing Data
The BBD tab is new in the Create Process Order with Material transaction (COR1).

Effects on Customizing
You make the settings for this function in the following Customizing activities:
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Set Expiration Date Check

Define Production Scheduling Profiles

You can use the Business Add-In BAdI: Define Date of Manufacture to influence the manufacturing date.
You can use the Business Add-In BAdI: Calculate Best-Before Date in Process Order to define the
calculation of the BBD/SLED to meet your requirements.
See also
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Release note LOG_PP_CFB: Business Function PP, Food and Beverage Industry (New)

SAP Library for SAP ERP under SAP ERP Central Component -> Logistics -> Production Planning
and Control (PP) -> Production Planning for Process Industries (PP-PI) -> Consumer Products for
the Food and Beverage Industry (PP-PI-CFB) -> Calculating the Best-Before Date in the Process
Order

15.4.1.6 LOG_PP_CFB: Clear Remaining Batch Quantities (New)


Use
As of SAP Enhancement Package 6 for SAP ERP 6.0 (SAP_APPL 606), business function PP, Food and
Beverage Industry (LOG_PP_CFB), you can distribute batch quantities that have remained in the system,
but are no longer physically in the warehouse because they have already been consumed, among the
affected manufacturing orders according to requirements quantity or quantity withdrawn and then clear
them.
Effects on Existing Data
The Clear Remaining Batch Quantities (CFB_WDA_RB_GAF) function is available as a Web Dynpro
application. You can also execute this function in the background using report CFB_RB.

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Effects on Customizing
You make the settings for this function in Customizing for Logistics - General under Batch Management
-> Remaining Batch Quantities -> Make Settings for Clearing Remaining Batch Quantities.
See also
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Release note LOG_PP_CFB: Business Function PP, Food and Beverage Industry (New)

SAP Library for SAP ERP under SAP ERP Central Component -> Logistics -> Production Planning
and Control (PP) -> Production Planning for Process Industries (PP-PI) -> Consumer Products for
the Food and Beverage Industry (PP-PI-CFB)-> Clear Remaining Batch Quantities

15.4.1.7 LOG_PP_CFB: Raw Material Procurement Cockpit (New)


Use
As of SAP enhancement package 6 for SAP ERP 6.0 (SAP_APPL 606), business function PP, Food and
Beverage Industry (LOG_PP_CFB), you can more easily procure raw materials by distributing the
requirements quantities from purchase requisitions among selected vendors, entering the vendors' current
prices for the raw materials, and generating the purchase orders from the purchase requisitions.
Effects on Existing Data
The Raw Material Procurement Cockpit (CFB_WDA_RMC_OVP) function is available as a Web
Dynpro application.

Effects on Customizing
You make the settings for this function in Customizing for Materials Management under Purchasing ->
Purchase Requisition -> Raw Material Procurement Cockpit in the following Customizing activities:
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Define Periods Under Review

Configure Document Types for Raw Material Procurement Cockpit

See also
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Release note LOG_PP_CFB: Business Function PP, Food and Beverage Industry (New)

SAP Library for SAP ERP under SAP ERP Central Component -> Logistics -> Production Planning
and Control (PP) -> Production Planning for Process Industries (PP-PI) -> Consumer Products for
the Food and Beverage Industry (PP-PI-CFB) -> Raw Material Procurement Cockpit

15.4.1.8 LOG_PP_CFB: Release and Lock Production Versions for Material

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Requirements Planning (New)


Use
As of SAP enhancement package 6 for SAP ERP 6.0 (SAP_APPL 606), business function PP, Food and
Beverage Industry (LOG_PP_CFB), you can release or lock production versions for material
requirements planning (MRP) as well as valuate the preferred production versions according to various
criteria and then release them for MRP.
Effects on Existing Data
The function Release and Lock Production Versions for MRP (CFB_WDA_PV_OVP) is a Web Dynpro
application. You can also carry out this function in the background by using report Automated Release or
Locking of Production Versions for MRP (CFB_PV_MRP_RELEASE_LOCK).

See also
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Release note LOG_PP_CFB: Business Function PP, Food and Beverage Industry (New)

SAP Library for SAP ERP under SAP ERP Central Component -> Logistics -> Production Planning
and Control (PP) -> Production Planning for Process Industries (PP-PI) -> Consumer Products for
the Food and Beverage Industry (PP-PI-CFB) -> Release and Lock Production Versions for
Material Requirements Planning

15.4.1.9 LOG_PP_CFB: Confirmation of Process Orders and Production Orders


with Batches (New)
Use
As of SAP enhancement package 6 for SAP ERP 6.0 (SAP_APPL 606), business function PP, Food and
Beverage Industry (LOG_PP_CFB), you can post goods movements for process orders or production
orders and confirm the order quantities. You can also take co-products and by-products into account.
Effects on Existing Data
The function Confirmation of Process Orders or Production Orders with Batches
(CFB_WDA_DE_OVP) is a Web Dynpro application.

Effects on Customizing
You make the settings for this function in Customizing for Logistics - General under Handling Unit
Management -> Basics -> Define EAN128 -> Maintain Bar Code Specification.
See also

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Release note LOG_PP_CFB: Business Function PP, Food and Beverage Industry (New)

SAP Library for SAP ERP under SAP ERP Central Component -> Logistics -> Production Planning
and Control (PP) -> Production Planning for Process Industries (PP-PI) -> Consumer Products for
the Food and Beverage Industry (PP-PI-CFB) -> Confirmation of Process Orders or Production
Orders with Batches

15.4.1.10 LOG_PP_CFB: Business Function PP, Food and Beverage Industry


(New)
Use
As of SAP enhancement package 6 for SAP ERP 6.0 (SAP_APPL 606), business function PP, Food and
Beverage Industry (LOG_PP_CFB) is available.
This business function enables you to execute new functions in the Process Industry, Procurement, and
Transportation Logistics - for example, GS1 Transportation Label. These new functions come from the
food and beverage industry. However, after checking, they can also be used in other industries.
The following release notes provide you with further information:
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Release and Lock Production Versions for Material Requirements Planning (New)

Raw Material Procurement Cockpit (New)

Weighing for Goods Movements (New)

Calculation of BBD in the Process Order (New)

Printing Detailed Forms and Overview Forms (New)

Confirmation of Process Orders and Production Orders with Batches (New)

Clear Remaining Batch Quantities (New)

Printing GS1-128 Labels (New)

Batch Selection and Follow-Up Action in BIC (New)

The following role is new:


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SAP_BPR_CFB_6, Composite Role for the Food and Beverage Industry


For more information about this role, see SAP Library for SAP ERP under Cross-Application
Functions in SAP ERP -> Roles -> Roles in the SAP System -> Single and Composite Roles (PFCG)
-> Logistics -> Production Planning and Control (PP) -> Production Planning for Process
Industries (PP-PI) -> Food and Beverage Industry.

See also

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SAP Library for SAP ERP under Business Functions (SAP enhancement package 6 for SAP ERP 6.0) ->
Enterprise Business Functions -> Logistics -> Production Planning and Control -> PP, Food and
Beverage Industry

15.5 PP-PN

Production Network

15.5.1 OIL_OPM_UPST: Reporting and Analytics for Operations Performance


Management (OPM) (New)
Use
As of SAP enhancement package 6 for SAP ERP 6.0, Industry Extension Oil & Gas (IS-OIL 606),
business function Operations Performance Management for Upstream (OIL_OPM_UPST), you can use
this function to provide the ready-to-use analytical content in both the transactional system as well as the
data warehouse system for the Production Engineer. It leverages the new and innovative SAP capability
in the area of reporting in the transaction system along with the conventional reporting capability in the
Data warehouse system.
The following features are available:
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Production Volumes Query


You can use this query to get the actual, and planned and capacity production volumes after the
corresponding production allocation has been performed for a network at a particular time period
and/or its master data attributes.

Owner's Share of Actual Production


You can use this query to get the allocated production quantities split among the business partners.

Downtime Query
You can use this query to get the planned downtime and actual downtime duration for a network
object and/or its master data attributes.

Well Test Query


You can use this query to get the well test parameters after the well test has been performed for a
particular time period.

Measurement Query
You can use this query to get the measurement parameters like temperature, pressure and others
after the measurement has been captured for a particular time period.

Measurement Retrieval Hierarchy Query


You can use this query to get the measurement substitutions for a particular production allocation
run of a network along with the rule which was executed.

Daily Production Report


This report (0CR_OPM_NET_DAILY_PROD) can be used by a production engineer to get and
compare the daily production quantities of all the well completions of a network along with the
relevant medium and quantity type. It also shows the associated details like Downtime, Well Test,
Measurement Data and Life Cycle Status for a particular network and a business date. The measures
like Temperature, Base Sediment Water (BSW), Gravity must be included for tank measurement in

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the given network.


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Well Decline Curve Report


This SAP BusinessObjects Dashboard presents the allocated volumes at well/well completion level
against time after considering the downtime information.

Search and analytics models are also available. For more information, see Search and Analytics Models
(New)
Effects on Customizing
To use this function, you must have activated the Operations Performance Management for Upstream
(OIL_OPM_UPST) business function.
See also
For more information, see the business function Operations Performance Management for Upstream.

15.5.2 OIL_OPM_UPST: Business Function Operations Performance


Management for Upstream (New)
Use
As of SAP enhancement package 6 for SAP ERP 6.0, Industry Extension Oil and Gas (IS-OIL 606),
business function Operations Performance Management for Upstream (OIL_OPM_UPST) is
available.
Operations Performance Management for Upstream enables oil and gas companies to manage and
significantly improve the performance of their producing assets by:
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Gathering operations data including well and plant flows, temperatures, and pressures that you can
analyze in order to improve and exploit your producing assets.

Ascertaining or simulating the potential production of a particular network by creating a graphical


representation of the production network structure using the network modeler. This structure
supports allocation processes.

Achieving your planned performance targets by using a planning table to analyze all
production-planning relevant activities that will impact on your production network.

Getting information about a company#s share of production, any partner share and the royalty share,
using the ownership division of interest so you know any party's share of production available for
sale.

For more information, see the following release notes:


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Network Objects (New)

Network Modeler (New)

Allocation (New)

Planning Table (New)

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Simulation (New)

Ownership (New)

Reporting and Analytics (New)

Search and Analytics for Operations Performance Management

OPM-specific MII Content is also available. For more information, see SAP Library for SAP ERP on
SAP Help Portal at http://help.sap.com/erp -> Industries in SAP ERP -> SAP Oil & Gas -> SAP
Oil & Gas (Operations Performance Management for Upstream) -> Field Data Capture for
Upstream Allocation with SAP MII -> Release Notes.
The Business Package for Operations Performance Management provides the following roles with
which you can access the functions of this business function.
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SAP NetWeaver Portal (with portal role)


For more information, see SAP Library for SAP ERP on SAP Help Portal at http://help.sap.com/erp
-> SAP ERP Cross Application Functions -> Roles -> Business Packages (Portal Content)
-> Business Package for Operational Performance Management.

NetWeaver Business Client for HTML (with PFCG role)


For more information, see SAP Library for SAP ERP on SAP Help Portal at http://help.sap.com/erp
-> SAP ERP Cross-Application Functions -> Roles -> Roles in SAP NetWeaver Business
Client -> Operations Performance Management in SAP NetWeaver Business Client.

The following BI Content is available:


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Standard BI Content (without BOBJ)


SAP NetWeaver -> SAP NetWeaver by Key Capability -> Information Integration by Key
Capability -> BI Content -> Release Notes SAP NetWeaver 7.0 BI Content Add-On 6 ->
Industries -> Oil and Gas -> Business Objects for Operations Performance Management.

Business objects (BOBJ):


SAP NetWeaver -> SAP NetWeaver by Key Capability -> Information Integration by Key
Capability -> BI Content 7.06 -> Extension for SAP NetWeaver 7.0 BI Content Add-On 6 ->
Release Notes SAP NetWeaver 7.0 BI Content Extension Add-On 6 -> Business Objects
Dashboard for Operations Performance Management.

Effects on Customizing
You make the settings for this business function in the ERP system in Customizing under Production ->
Production Network.
See also
SAP Library for SAP ERP under Business Functions (SAP Enhancement Package 6 for SAP ERP
6.0) -> Industry Business Function Sets -> SAP Oil and Gas -> Operations Performance
Management for Upstream.

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15.5.3 OIL_OPM_UPST: Simulation (New)


Use
As of SAP enhancement package 6 for SAP ERP 6.0, Industry Extension Oil & Gas (IS-OIL 606),
business function Operations Performance Management for Upstream (OIL_OPM_UPST), you can
create simulations based on an existing production network with a specified validity period for planning
and allocation purposes and make changes to the planning version of a network structure without any
impact on the productive network.
Henceforth in the document the term network refers to a simulation network and not a production
network, unless specified. All additions/modifications performed on the network objects are done in
simulative mode and do not influence the objects in the productive mode of the network.

You can:
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Create a new simulation by choosing a network and use many of the standard network modeler
functions to modify the structure of a specific production network.
Note that the following standard network modeler features are not available:
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Navigation to allocation service links

Viewing of change logs

Process and create allocation rules for the network objects in the network.

Define various simulation variables for the network and network objects based on the network
object type, for example:
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Theoretical overrides

Estimated flow rates for well completions (you can also find dates for well completions for
which the flow rates are not entered)

Downtimes (you can view any planned downtimes for the network objects (provided by plant
maintenance orders) and simulated predicted downtimes for network objects)

Network object capacities (you can view and define the network object performance
specifications, view currently valid object parameters stored in the network object master data
records, override the existing parameters and define additional simulative performance
specifications).

View the allocation pre-processing statuses to make sure all simulation parameters are entered and
valid before completing the simulation.

View the changes made to the simulation in the current run

Navigate to the planning table to carry out the simulative planning of production quantities, based
on the saved simulation data.

Graphically display planning and allocation values

Compare simulation results

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Effects on Customizing
To use this function, you must have activated the Operations Performance Management for Upstream
(OIL_OPM_UPST) business function.
The following BAdIs are available:
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BADI_GHO_SIMU_FLOW_RATE for uploading simulation flow rate data

BADI_GHO_SIMU_FR_PROP for getting proposal simulation flow rate

See also
Release note Operations Performance Management for Upstream.
SAP Library for SAP ERP under Industries in SAP ERP -> SAP Oil & Gas.

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Production Allocation

15.5.4.1 OIL_OPM_UPST: Allocation (New)


Use
As of SAP enhancement package 6 for SAP ERP 6.0, Industry Extension Oil & Gas (IS-OIL 606),
business function Operations Performance Management for Upstream (OIL_OPM_UPST), you can use
this function to establish and maintain data needed as input to allocate hydrocarbons and the results can
be used to inform operational decisions and facilitate production planning. These results can also be used
to enable revenue accounting by supplying relevant well level volumetric data, as well as, to permit
follow-on regulatory and compliance reporting using the allocated volumetric results.
The Operations Performance Management role allows you to:
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Create rules for allocating product dispositions back to the originating well completions

Enter volumetric information that needs to be allocated back to the well completions

Enter well test and downtime information

Create a measurement retrieval hierarchy (MRH) to compute the estimated quantity of the faulty
meter, where the reading may be wrong due to environmental conditions

Correct allocation errors

Trigger allocation

Display and analyze allocation results

While completing the above mentioned steps involved in allocating and analyzing production allocation

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networks, you can also create, change, view, and delete data.

Effects on Customizing
To use this function, you must have activated the business function Operations Performance
Management for Upstream (OIL_OPM_UPST).
You make the following Customizing settings in Customizing under Production -> Production Network
->:
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Measurement System
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Define Aggregation Mode

Define Measurement

Define Measurement Group

Integrate Measurement with QCI Parameter

Integrate Measurement with Tank/Silo Parameter

Map Data Integration System ID to Measurement Error Log

Production Allocation
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Define Frequencies

Define Quantity Types

Define Theoretical Calculation Methods (TCMs)

Define Metered Volume Defaults

Define Chemical Analysis Level

See also
For more information, see the main business function release note Operations Performance Management
for Upstream.

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Analytics

15.5.5.1 OIL_OPM_UPST: Search and Analytics for Operations Performance


Management (OPM) (New)
Use

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As of SAP enhancement package 6 for SAP ERP 6.0, Industry Extension Oil & Gas (IS-OIL 606),
business function Operations Performance Management for Upstream (OIL_OPM_UPST), the following
contents are available:
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Data Sources
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Division of Interest (0GHO_DOI_ATTR)

Frequency for a Network (0GHO_FREQ_ATTR)

Text for the Frequency of a Network (0GHO_FREQ_TEXT)

Interest Type (0GHO_INTTY_ATTR)

Interest Type - Text (0GHO_INTTY_TEXT)

Object Lifecycle Status (0GHO_LC_ATTR)

Production Network Mediums (0GHO_MEDIUM_ATTR)

Production Network Mediums Texts (0GHO_MEDIUM_TEXT)

Network Objects (0GHO_NETOBJS_ATTR)

Network Objects Text (0GHO_NETOBJS_TEXT)

Assignment (0GHO_OWN_ASMT_ATTR)

Bearer Group (0GHO_OWN_BG_ATTR)

Business Partner (0GHO_OWN_BP_ATTR)

Transfer of Ownership (0GHO_OWN_DOI_TRO_ATTR)

Sliding Scale Method (0GHO_OWN_SSM_ATTR)

Object Details of Production Network (0GHO_PN_ATTR)

Object Details of Production Network Text (0GHO_PN_TEXT)

Producing Entity (0GHO_PRODENTY_ATTR)

Producing Entity Type (0GHO_PRODENTY_TYP_ATTR)

Producing Entity Text (0GHO_PRODENTY_TYP_TEXT)

Quantity Type and Category (0GHO_QUANT_ATTR)

Quantity Type and Category # Text (0GHO_QUANT_TEXT)

Well Completion Type (0GHO_WELL_TYPE_ATTR)

Measurement Data (0PP_PN_1)

Well Test (0PP_PN_2)

Actual Downtime for Functional Locations (0PP_PN_3)

Planned Downtime for Functional Locations (0PP_PN_4)

Actual Allocation Quantity (0PP_PN_5)

Planned and Planned Proposed Volumes (0PP_PN_6)

Capacity Volumes (0PP_PN_7)

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Measurement Retrieval Hierarchy (0PP_PN_8)

Ownership Transactional Data (0PP_PN_9)

Search and Analytics Models


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Network Object (0GHO_FL)

Frequency for a Network (0GHO_FREQ)

Object Lifecycle Status (0GHO_LC)

OPM Medium (0GHO_MEDIUM)

Object Details of Production Network (0GHO_PN)

OPM Producing Entity (0GHO_PRODENTY)

OPM Quantity Type (0GHO_QUANT)

Division of Interest # Ownership (0GHO_DOI)

Ownership Interest Type (0GHO_INTEREST_TYPE)

Ownership and Network Object Assignment (0GHO_OWN_ASMT)

Ownership Division of Interest Bearer Group (0GHO_OWN_BG)

Business Partner Owner (0GHO_OWN_BP)

Transfer of Ownership (0GHO_OWN_DOI_TRO)

Ownership Sliding Scale Method (0GHO_OWN_SSM)

Measurement Data (0GHO_C01)

Well Test Data (0GHO_C02)

Planned Maintenance Downtime (0GHO_C04)

Actual Maintenance Downtime (0GHO_C05)

Actual Allocation Quantity (0GHO_C06)

Planned and Planned Proposed Volumes (0GHO_C07)

Capacity Production Volumes (0GHO_C08)

Measurement Retrieval Hierarchy (0GHO_C09)

Ownership Transactional Data (0GHO_C11)

Transient Providers
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OPM Network Objects (2O00GHO_FL)

OPM: Frequency For a Network (2O00GHO_FREQ)

Object Lifecycle Status (2O00GHO_LC)

Production Network Mediums (2O00GHO_MEDIUM)

Object Details of Production Entity (2O00GHO_PN)

OPM Producing Entity (2O00GHO_PRODENT)

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Quantity Type and Category (02O0GHO_QUANT)

Division of Interest - Ownership (2O00GHO_DOI)

Ownership Interest Type (2O00GHO_INTTYP)

Ownership and Network Object Assignment (2O00GHO_OWN_ASM)

Ownership Division of Interest Bearer Group (2O00GHO_OWN_BG)

Business Partner Owner (2O00GHO_OWN_BP)

Transfer of Ownership (2O00GHO_OWN_TRA)

Ownership Sliding Scale Method (2O00GHO_OWN_SSM)

Measurement data (2O00GHO_C01)

Well Test Data for Well/Well Completion (2O00GHO_C02)

Planned Downtime for Functional Locations (2O00GHO_C04)

Actual Downtime for functional locations and notifications (2O00GHO_C05)

Actual Allocation Quantity (2O00GHO_C06)

Planned and Planned Proposed (02O0GHO_C07)

Capacity Volumes For a Network (2O00GHO_C08)

Measurement Retrieval Hierarchy (2O00GHO_C09)

Ownership Transactional Data (2O00GHO_C11)

Queries
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Network Object Lifecycle Status (0GHO_LC_Q0001)

Frequency For a Network (0GHO_FREQ_Q0001)

Network Objects Query (0GHO_FL_Q0001)

Medium (0GHO_MEDIUM_Q0001)

Producing Entity (0GHO_PRODENT_Q0001)

Quantity Type (0GHO_QUANT_Q0001)

Division of Interest - Ownership (0GHO_DOI_Q0001)

Ownership Interest Type (0GHO_ INTEREST_TYPE_Q0001)

Ownership and Network Objects Assignment (0GHO_ OWN_ASM_Q0001)

Ownership Division of Interest Bearer Group (0GHO_ OWN_BG_Q0001)

Business Partner: Ownership (0GHO_ OWN_BP_Q0001)

Ownership Sliding Scale Method (0GHO_ OWN_SSM_Q0001)

Transfer of Ownership (0GHO_ OWN_DOI_TRO_Q0001)

Capacity Production Volumes (0GHO_TO_Q0001)

Objects in Network (0GHO_PN_Q0001)

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Measurement Data (0GHO_T01_Q0001)

Well Test (0GHO_T02_Q0001)

Planned Downtime (0GHO_T04_Q0001)

Actual Downtime (0GHO_T05_Q0001)

Actual Production Volume (0GHO_T06_Q0002)

Planned and Proposed Volumes (0GHO_T07_Q0002)

Measurement Retrieval Hierarchy (0GHO_T09_Q0001)

Ownership Transactional Data (0GHO_T11_Q0002)

Effects on Customizing
To use this function, you must have activated the Operations Performance Management for Upstream
(OIL_OPM_UPST) business function.
See also
For more information, see the business function release note Operations Performance Management for
Upstream (New)

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Network Objects

15.5.6.1 OIL_OPM_UPST: Network Objects (New)


Use
As of SAP enhancement package 6 for SAP ERP 6.0, Industry Extension Oil & Gas (IS-OIL 606),
business function Operations Performance Management for Upstream (OIL_OPM_UPST), you can use
network objects, which are types of functional locations, to build network structures. Examples of
network objects are wells, well completions, separators, and meters. You can enter information for each
network object, such as technical data, lifecycle status information, geographical information, and oil and
gas specific information.
For example, for linear network objects like a pipeline, if you have created a functional location category
and defined it as relevant to the area of linear asset management, you can enter linear asset management
data for the network object once you have linked the linear functional location category to the network
object type. You do this in Customizing under Production -> Production Network -> Network Objects
-> Define Category of Functional Location and Link Object Type to Functional Location Category.
The Operations Performance Management role allows you to:
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Create a network object

Change a network object

Display a network object

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The new authorization object also allows you to segregate network objects into authorization groups
thereby allowing organizations to assign network objects to individuals based upon external responsibility
criteria.

Effects on Customizing
To use this function, you must have activated the business function Operations Performance
Management for Upstream (OIL_OPM_UPST).
To use the linear asset management functions, you must have additionally activated the business
functions EAM, Linear Asset Management 1 (LOG_EAM_LINEAR_1) and EAM, Linear Asset
Management 2 (LOG_EAM_LINEAR_2).
You make the following Customizing settings for network objects in Customizing under Production ->
Production Network -> :
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Network Objects
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General Settings for Network Objects

Create Object Type

Create Network Object Status

Link Status and Types to Object Type

Define Category of Functional Location

Link Object Type to Functional Location Category

Define Media for Object Links

Maintain Catalogs

Elevation Reference

Define Data Integration System IDs

Network Objects -> Object Attributes


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Flare: Orientation of Flare Stack

Meter: Operating Mode

Pump: Application

Pump: Design

Pump: Type of Driver

Pump: Fluid Handled

Separator: Use of Separator

Turbine: Fuel Type

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Turbine: Type of Driven Unit

Define Pipeline Material

See also
For more information, see the main business function release note Operations Performance Management
for Upstream.

15.5.7 PP-PN-NOP

Network Operations

15.5.7.1 OIL_OPM_UPST: Planning Table (New)


Use
As of SAP enhancement package 6 for ERP 6.0 (EA_APPL 606), business function Operations
Performance Management for Upstream (OIL_OPM_UPST_1), the planning table is available.
The planning table provides you with complete visibility across all data relevant to production planning
in order to ensure delivery. You can directly access your calculation functions and get information about
the production capacity of your network within a defined planning horizon.
The application enables you to work in two different modes - operational planning or simulative
planning. Operational planning is done with reference to an active network identified by a network ID,
whereas simulative planning is based on a simulation ID or a planning version ID.
The planning table provides you with the following views and functions for operative and simulative
planning:
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Planned Values
In the Planned Values view you get an overview of the planned and allocated quantities for certain
network nodes and the corresponding mediums, such as oil, gas, or water. The results of an
allocation run can be adopted as new planning values or included in the production plan.
The Planned Values view offers various interactive planning functions:
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Copying of allocation values to planning values with a factor; this factor helps you to adjust
your planning values and compensate for deviations in your planning. The function is available
only in the Planned Values. The allocation values are adopted as planning values.

Copying of actual values from the past; the actual values are copied to create planning values
in the future.

Triggering of capacity allocation or planning allocation

Aggregation, disaggregation, and recalculation of data

Monitoring and production planning on a real time basis

Graphical evaluations for different planning purposes

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Most of these functions are basically also available in the two other views.
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Actual Values
You are only able to see the actual values - and therefore the result of the planning - in the Actual
Values view.

Compare Versions
This view allows you to compare different versions of master and transactional data for a network.
You can also compare planning versions for different simulation IDs or with the operational
planning of the same network. The view gives you an overview about the quantities, for example
how much oil was extracted at a certain network node.
Valid for each view
As you can start the planning from different points of the network you can choose between three
planning procedures and the respective hierarchical displays of the planning data:
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Top Down
With the top-down approach you focus on the finished products, the outcome of the
production. You start your planning from the end points of the network that are open for input.
You enter the quantities you want to produce and all the quantities of the other network nodes
are adjusted accordingly to achieve this goal.

Bottom Up
The bottom-up view is designed for the planning of well completion, for example. the starting
points of the network that are open for input. This kind of planning helps you to evaluate the
capacity and overall output of the network.

All Planning-Relevant Objects


This display option combines the functionalities of previous two. Additionally, you can
monitor and influence the intermediate levels of the production network and see the real
quantity flow at the different object nodes.

Cumulative Planning
You can do your planning not only in daily buckets, but also in periods like weeks or months. If you
change the planning values for a week, for example, the figures are disaggregated and distributed among
seven daily buckets. You have various options to make the deviations in planning transparent. You can
distribute total or difference quantities equally or choose a proportional distribution. For more
information, see the documentation of the Customizing activity.
Display Options
You can change the general graphical appearance of the planning table in Customizing or via the
planning table profile settings. With the planning table profile, you can define a personalized entry for the
planning table. The planning table profile settings allow you to adjust the display of the planning table to
satisfy your current needs. The Customizing settings are not overwritten.
Additional filter functionality provides clarity in your planning data. You can select which items or lines
are to be displayed, such as material, level, or category. For example, you have a view of a specific
material, such as oil.
Simulative Planning
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of the simulation process is published through the planning table. Based on a planning version, the
planner can execute what-if scenarios, manipulate the production data, and respond to planned or
unplanned deviations from the production plan.
You can either run your simulative planning on an already-existing planning version and enter the
planning table, or create a new planning version for the relevant simulation ID via a service link. You can
create multiple planning versions to evaluate different production modes. All regular planning functions
are also available in simulation mode.
For more information, see Simulation.
Effects on Existing Data
There are no significant effects on the dataset.

Effects on Customizing
You can access the new Customizing activity for the planning table profile by choosing Production ->
Production Network -> Network Planning -> Maintain Planning Table Profile.
See also
For more information, see the main business function release note for Operations Performance
Management for Upstream and SAP Library under SAP ERP -> SAP Oil & Gas.

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Ownership

15.5.8.1 OIL_OPM_UPST: Ownership (New)


Use
As of SAP enhancement package 6 for SAP ERP 6.0, Industry Extension Oil & Gas (IS-OIL 606),
business function Operations Performance Management for Upstream (OIL_OPM_UPST), you can enter
ownership information for oil and gas producing assets, for example, a particular company's share of
production, using the division of interest to specify any partner shares and royalty shares. The division of
interest is assigned to production networks to determine each owner's entitled share of production from a
particular lease or concession. This way you can ascertain the share of production available for sale.
Additionally, you can enter master data, enabling you to view who received concessions based on
geographical area.
The Operations Performance Management role allows you to:
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Enter business partner information, such as personal data, multiple addresses, bank details,
accounting information and tax details for a business partner.
In the oil and gas ownership business process a customer or vendor can play different roles such as
operator, lessor, working interest, billing and so on. These roles are entered for a customer or vendor
using the business partner transaction.

Enter information for concession entity objects


A concession is a legal agreement that allows a lessor to undertake production and exploration

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activities subject to terms and conditions of the concession.


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Enter information for division of interest (DOI)


The DOI specifies the owners participating in a particular venture, the gross and net interest that
each owner is entitled to, as well as their royalty obligations.

Create assignment between DOI and production network/well completion


This function allows you to assign the DOI to a network object. During the ownership allocation
business process, the system picks up the DOI assigned to the well completion and performs the
ownership split according to the details maintained in the DOI.

Execute ownership allocation.

Effects on Customizing
To use this function, you must have activated the business function Operations Performance
Management for Upstream (OIL_OPM_UPST).
You make the following settings for this function in Customizing for PP-PN in Production -> Production
Network -> Ownership ->:
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Define Number Ranges for Division of Interest

Define Number Ranges for Transfer of Ownership Document

Define Ownership Role

Define Interest Type

Define Scale Method Type

Define Authorization Groups

The following BAdIs are available:


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BAdI: Calculate Ownership Entitlement Quantities

BAdI: Maintain Scale Methods

See also
For more information, see the main business function release note Operations Performance Management
for Upstream.

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