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In this flowchart, the procurement process involving contracts and scheduling agreements is structured into key stages with associated transaction codes (T-codes):

Contract & Scheduling Agreement Process Breakdown with T-codes in SAP:

  1. Inquiry and Source Selection:
    • Purchase Requisition (ME51n, ME54n) 📝: Create and approve a purchase requisition, the starting point for procurement.
    • Source Determination (ME56, ME57) 🔍: Identify and evaluate potential suppliers.
  1. Contract Management:
    • Contract Creation (ME31k) 📑: Establish the initial procurement contract.
    • Contract Supplement (ME34k) ➕: Add amendments or supplementary agreements to the main contract.
    • Contract Release (ME35k) ✅: Release specified quantities or values based on the contract.
    • Contract Message (ME9k) 📬: Generate relevant messages for the contracts.
  1. Scheduling Agreement Management:
    • Scheduling Agreement (ME31L) 📅: Create an agreement specifying delivery schedules.
    • Message Output (ME9L) ✉️: Send messages associated with the scheduling agreement.
    • Delivery Schedule (ME38) 🚚: Manage and maintain the delivery schedule with suppliers.
    • Release Schedule (ME84) 📅: Review and release delivery schedules over specified periods.
    • Delivery Schedule Message Output (ME9E) ✉️: Send messages related to the delivery schedules.
  1. Purchasing and Goods Receipt
    • Purchase Order (ME21n, ME59n) 🛒: Create or automate purchase orders based on contracts.
    • Goods Receipt (MIGO) 📦: Record and verify the receipt of goods as per the purchase order.

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