Are you tired of pecking around t-codes and trying to put pieces together for a coherent functional specification?
Not only that, I went through the complete inventory of reports that were requested by the business analysts and vetted by the development teams to map the table relationships.
What you’ll find inside:
- 1-Page. An information-rich visual for the most commonly-used Production Order tables in SAP
- Relationships. How each table are related to another and their reference fields
- Free Time. No joke. Stop wasting time and just forward this document to your colleagues.
- Contact. My email address for questions and requests (such as less common tables)
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I believe there’s an incredible story hidden in every team. The way I share the lessons in these stories is through conversation and data. I just happen to build the analytics that asks the next question.