Configuring SAP Plant Maintenance
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Configuring SAP Plant Maintenance

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You already know all the critical functions of plant maintenance - now learn how to configure SAP's plant maintenance module, Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) in the best way possible. This comprehensive guide will provide you all the details necessary to bring your system to life, whether you are working on an implementation, upgrade, or optimization project. You will learn how to configure EAM to support planning, execution, and settlement processes for plant maintenance measures. Whether you are a project team lead or a key user working on the implementation team, benefit from step-by-step configurations and best practices, and learn how to avoid common obstacles. It includes: Organizational structures; Functional configuration; Notification processing; Order handling; Preventative maintenance; Special process configuration; Usability; Maintenance plans; Task list configuration; and, Technical systems configuration.
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Product details

  • Hardback | 630 pages
  • 180.34 x 236.22 x 43.18mm | 1,338.09g
  • Maryland, United States
  • English
  • 1592299326
  • 9781592299324
  • 675,965

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Table of contents

Acknowledgments ... 11

1. About This Book ... 13

1.1 Target Audience ... 14

1.2 What This Book Can and Cannot Do ... 15

1.3 Structure of This Book ... 16

1.4 How to Read This Book ... 17

2. SAP Projects in Plant Maintenance ... 21

2.1 A Possible Process for Your SAP Plant Maintenance Project ... 21

2.2 General Risk Factors and Success Factors in SAP Projects: An Empirical Survey ... 28

2.3 Tips for Your Plant Maintenance Project ... 32

3. Organizational Structures ... 73

3.1 General SAP Organizational Units ... 74

3.2 The Plant from a Maintenance Perspective ... 85

3.3 Maintenance-Specific Organizational Units ... 89

3.4 Work Centers ... 93

4. Generic Functions ... 105

4.1 Object Information ... 106

4.2 Status Management ... 108

4.3 Number Assignment ... 114

4.4 Warranties ... 117

4.5 Measuring Points and Counters ... 121

4.6 Permits ... 125

4.7 Partners ... 127

4.8 Documents ... 133

4.9 Field Selection ... 142

4.10 List Variants ... 146

4.11 Multilevel Lists ... 150

5. Structuring of Technical Systems ... 153

5.1 Structuring Elements ... 153

5.2 Functional Locations and Reference Functional Locations ... 155

5.3 Equipment ... 167

5.4 Fleet Management ... 177

5.5 Links and Networks ... 186

5.6 Linear Asset Management ...189

5.7 Materials and Assemblies ... 201

5.7.1 Material Types ... 202

5.7.2 Field Selection ... 218

5.8 Serial Numbers ... 225

5.9 Bill of Material ... 232

6. Maintenance Processing ... 243

6.1 Notifications ... 245

6.2 Orders ... 279

6.3 Completion Confirmations ... 408

7. Preventive Maintenance ... 419

7.1 Task Lists ... 421

7.2 Maintenance Plans ... 431

8. Additional Business Processes ... 437

8.1 External Processing ... 438

8.2 Refurbishment ... 454

8.3 Subcontracting ... 471

8.4 Calibration of Test/Measurement Equipment ... 477

8.5 Pool Asset Management ... 514

8.6 Maintenance Event Builder ... 533

8.7 Shift Reports and Shift Notes ... 535

9. Usability ... 547

9.1 Category 1: The User's Own Options ... 549

9.2 Category 2: The IT Department's Nonprogramming Options ... 568

9.3 Category 3: The IT Department's Programming Options ... 589

Appendices ... 609

A. Project Plans and Overviews ... 609

A.1 Functional Scope of SAP EAM and Assignment of Priorities ... 609

A.2 Authorization Objects in SAP EAM ... 614

A.3 BAPIs for Plant Maintenance ... 616

A.4 Customer Exits for Plant Maintenance ... 623

B. The Author ... 629

Index ... 631
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