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I have had the request from several SAP Business One customers to view the last price given to a specific customer for a specific item.  Well the only real solution I could come up with would be to make an FMS on the price with a query.  This is an OK solution but I came across a much slicker solution when searching the SAP help file for something completely unrelated.

 

Turns out there is a secret "Last Prices Report" which is build in (I'm testing on SBO 9.0 PL07, but I verified it on 8.82 PL13 as well).  This report is not apparent but is easy enough to get to.

 

When you are adding a row to a document all you need to do is click in the field for price for the item you want and click CTRL + TAB.

 

The report looks like this:

price_list.png

 

It has all sorts of nifty options as well.

 

So if you ever get this request remember CTRL + TAB!

At some point in your SAP Business One consulting career you will get the question as to WHY the Inventory Audit Report (Inventory >> Inventory Reports >> Inventory Audit Report) doesn’t match the GL balances or balance sheet totals.

 

Generally this question is during the year end closing process where accountants want to see what makes up the balance of the inventory balance.

 

SAP Business One is designed to give you this information UNLESS you manually adjust the inventory accounts via journal entry. At the point where you manually adjust the inventory accounts then SAP will no longer spit out the inventory audit report with the exact same balances as the GL accounts.

 

If your customer is using the cycle count, inventory posting, inventory revaluation and goods issues/receipts they should be able to manage their inventory properly without the need to manually adjust with a journal entry. This is just lazy.

 

I wish SAP had the option to turn inventory accounts into control accounts like the Accounts Receivable and Accounts Payable accounts but the option doesn’t exist yet. So what I did was to just make a TransactionNotification query that will block manual journal entries to any account linked to an Item Group.

 

Here it is:

 

— MJT: Block manual journal entries to inventory accounts
/*
IF (@transaction_type = ‘A’ OR @transaction_type = ‘U’) AND @object_type = ’30’
BEGIN
IF EXISTS(SELECT T0.[TransId] FROM OJDT T0 INNER JOIN JDT1 T1 ON T0.[TransId] = T1.[TransId] INNER JOIN OITB T2 ON T1.[Account] = T2.[BalInvntAc]

 

WHERE T1.[TransType] = 30 AND T0.[TransId] = @list_of_cols_val_tab_del) AND (SELECT S0.[DspIITMDoc] FROM ADM1 S0) = ‘Y’

 

BEGIN
SELECT @error = -10, @error_message = ‘Direct Journal Entries to Inventory Accounts Not Permitted [Journal Entry – Account Code] [Message 60110-30]’
END
END

 


To install it you would want do the following steps:

 

  1. Open MS SQL Management studio
  2. Open your live DB (or test db if you want to verify)
  3. Go to Programmability >> Stored Procedures
  4. Find SBO_SP_TransactionNotification
  5. Right click SBO_SP_TransactionNotification and select “Modify”
  6. Find the space in the query where it says “– ADD YOUR CODE HERE”
  7. Paste my code in
  8. Push “!Execute” along the top

 

When it runs it should say “Command(s) completed successfully.” and then manual journal entries will be blocked. All other system generated entries will work fine, just the manual entries to inventory accounts.

 

Then when they run the Inventory Audit Report it will match perfectly!

 

Mike

When you make a dropdown list in SAP the data is stored as a code in the system. When trying to do an SQL query or Crystal Report you will find that only the code is output so the user reading the query / report doesn’t see the description.

You could do a case statement like this:

 

SELECT
CASE
WHEN T0.[U_UDF] = ‘A’ THEN ‘Alligator’
WHEN T0.[U_UDF] = ‘B’ THEN ‘Bumblebee’
WHEN T0.[U_UDF] = ‘C’ THEN ‘Cat’
ELSE NULL END

 

But this isn’t very pretty and frankly is annoying if you have more than three or four options. Same with Crystal Reports; you would have to manually write a formula and have this evaluate while the report is generating which is annoying.

 

There is a simple solution for this which is table UFD1. This is not listed in the query manager so you would want to play around with it in SQL Management Studio to see the structure:

 

UFD1.TableID – NVARCHAR(20) – The table name where the UDF is located (in my example I will use a UDF called UDF on the OCRD or BP Master Data table)
UFD1.FieldID – INT(6) – Represents a code correctional to the specific field on the form. Not necessarily ordered 1, 2, 3, 4 since not every field has predefined options. So you need to look at the table to find the specific field you want (in my example it turns out to be 37)
UFD1.IndexID – INT(6) – The order of the predefined value in the UDF combobox.
UFD1.FldValue – NVARCHAR(254) – The code value of the predefined option for the UDF.
UFD1.Descr – NVARCHAR(254) – The description of the value of the predefined option for the UDF. This is what we want!

 

So the easiest way to find the field you are looking for is to go to SQL Management Studio and run the following query:

 

SELECT * FROM UFD1

 

This will give you the list of all the predefined fields. Then you have to filter for the table you are using. In SAP Business One click View >> System Information to turn on the system information viewer then hold your mouse over your new UDF and look at the bottom left of the screen. You should see the appropriate table. In my example it’s on the Business Partner Master Data which is OCRD. But it can be on any form.

 

Then you want to run:

 

SELECT * FROM UFD1 WHERE TableID = ‘OCRD’
(replace OCRD with your table name)

 

Then you will see just a list of UDFs on the specific form you are working with and it should be easy to identify the FieldID of the correct set of results.

 

Then you run:

 

SELECT * FROM UFD1 WHERE TableID = ‘OCRD’ AND FieldID = 37
(replace 37 with your actual FieldID)

 

The results will be just the information need and your selected descriptions should be visible.

 

Now you want to output this into a query you just have to do a LEFT OUTER JOIN to your main table by the FldValue. Something like:

 

SELECT
T0.[CardCode]
,T0.[CardName]
,T1.[Descr] ‘My UDF’
FROM
OCRD T0
LEFT OUTER JOIN UFD1 T1 ON T0.[U_UDF] = T1.[FldValue] AND TableID = ‘OCRD’ AND FieldID = 37

 

Finally you want to restrict the joined table to only come from the OCRD table and the specified field. Make sure you change U_UDF to your UDF field name, the TableID to the table you are working with and the FieldID to the specific field you are working with.

 

The results will be output but the description of the UDF will be the third column instead of simply the UDF code. Don’t forget to “LEFT OUTER JOIN” the UFD1 table or you will get limited results.

 

To use in Crystal Reports it would be slightly more tricky but you could do either a Crystal Reports command or an SQL view and join it onto the field in the Database Expert. Comment below if you want me to do a video screencast on how to do this!

Since SAP Business One 9.0 I had been hearing about new EFT capabilities built right into the system and I had a client request this feature so I decided to really dig into the subject. So after a LOT of investigation and testing I will summarize in plain English what I found.

 

EFT_02.png


(NOTE: my focus here is on EFT files, NOT bank reconciliation files but SBO can do this as well. I will attempt to note this whenever possible.)

 

SAP Business One Has a Really Well Thought Out EFT System

It’s hard to find and understand but it is well thought out once you get the hang of it. It can do EFT files for payment, import files for bank reconciliation and generate CSV files in specific format for any other file type you would want to work with. I was using it specifically for an EFT outgoing payment file to a bank for payments.

 

 

The Electronic File System is Two Part

It is not documented very well but you need two SAP add-ons to make this system work properly. One to edit the files called Electronic File Manager (EFM Format Definition) and then one to generate the payment file from the Payment Wizard (Payment). Both should come with a standard installation, in this screenshot I’m using SBO 9.0 PL15.

 

EFT_01.png

 

Built into SBO all you need to define is the file format for the payment method (Administration >> Setup >> Banking >> Payment Methods) for it to be activated with your particular payment method. Of course you need to define the payment method as default for the vendors (this can be done with DTW) and then you are good to go with the payment wizard. If you are having issues with the actual upload to the “File Formats – Setup” just right click the row and click “Assign Format Project…” to assign your file.

 

The System is Based on Crystal Reports

The EFM uses a very nice Crystal Reports data source setup. You can import and export datasources to Crystal to make modifications, re-import them easily (with automatic link updates) and generally craft your output data using CR grouping and formatting. There is a limited set of formatting formula options within the EFM tool though.

 

The Actual File Export is Hard to Find!

I made my file and installed it without any issues but finding the actual output was damned near impossible. Once I found it though, the system was pretty tight, letting you generate test files and even recompile the information source before exporting. SO, if you spot missing bank information or the bank rejects the file for some reason you can make the changes and regenerate the file before exporting.

 

EFT_03.png

 

Once you find the little button then you are good to go, but I had no idea where to find it! Here is what the screen looks like:

 

EFT_04.png

 

The button is on the very last page of the Payment Wizard form at the bottom and is only visible when the “Payment” add-on is running.


Documentation is Hard to Find

You will find an ooolllddd expert empowerment session which is referenced but it doesn’t really have the information you are looking for (2007A time period). But if you look hard enough you will stumble across a couple of good references. Here are some links:


Reference #1
Reference #2

 

You can also use the EFM help file which has a lot of information specifically for formatting and editing within the editor but good overall reference once you find it. Activate the add-on called “EFM Format Definition” from SBO, then relaunch the client. Once installed and running go to Tools >> Electronic File Manager: Format Definition to run the editor. Once in the editor click Help >> Online Help or F1.

 

There is a Great Sample to Start With

In Reference #2 there is a .BPP file which is a great starting point to understand the structure, I don’t think two banks will be exactly the same so you will likely be adapting it from scratch any way you approach it.

 

There is NO Standard Layout

From what I can see, each bank (I’m located in Canada, maybe USA or other is different) has their own type of file format definitions that differ slightly (or majorly depending on your bank).

 

Here are the formats that come with the system:

 

EFT_05.png


(NOTE: Minus the 80Byte which is my own)

 

So if any of those formats fit your definition exactly then you are in luck and it will save you a ton of work. If not, then you will have to get the file format definition from your bank. Also as a side note, banks may or may not be willing to really help you out with the formatting and testing, depends on the bank and branch, etc.

 

Summary

With the two add-ons in place and the reference materials you load up your EFM program and use the template as a starting point, from there you can just add sections and subsections based on your bank documentation. Upload the file and associate it with the payment method of choice (must be bank transfer) and then set as default for vendors. As you are using the payment wizard the steps will be the same, once you get to the very end and the run has been executed, just look for the button in the lower left area to generate your file. Upload to your bank et voilà!

There are five steps in preparing for the SAP Business One Implementation and Support (CTB1200) exam.

 

  • Step 1 – Learn the basics of the SAP Business One product
  • Step 2 – Learn implementation and support skills
  • Step 3 – Study for the exam
  • Step 4 – Take a practice test
  • Step 5 – Sign up for the exam

         

Let's look at each step.

 

Step 1 – Learn the basics of the SAP Business One product

 

The basic product knowledge needed for the exam is covered in the TB1000 and TB1100 courses. The material from these courses is found in
several places, but the best place to start is here on SCN.

 

You can begin with the SAP Business One Academy pages.  Why is this best?  Because all the materials are free and do not require any special user or password to access. The TB1000 and TB1100 course materials are found on the Overview page, the Logistics page, and
the Accounting page.  All the topics covered in the exam are marked with asterisks so they are easy to spot. 

 

Depending on what part of the world you are in, you may have the option to take these courses with an instructor. The SAP Training and
Certification shop
lists when these courses available. 

 

Additionally, translations of the course texts and exercises in other languages are available on the SAP PartnerEdge . Note that only SAP Partners can access the SAP PartnerEdge.

 

And of course, just taking the courses alone will not be enough to master the basics -- you will need an SAP Business One system to practice on.  Once you have a system, you can download the exercises/solutions from the SAP Business One Academy pages to begin practicing.

 

Step 2 –Gain implementation and support skills

 

After getting the basic product knowledge, the next step is to gain implementation and support skills. We recommend working with an existing partner to get hands-on experience.

Additionally, you will also want to take the TB1200 course that covers SAP Business One implementation and support. The TB1200 course is available for download from the SAP PartnerEdge.   Another advantage of  working for an existing partner is that you will have S-user ID that will allow you access to the SAP PartnerEdge.

 

If you are not working for an existing partner, then you will need to take the classroom version of this course.  The SAP Training and Certification shop lists
when this course is given in each region.

 

Another way to access training and gain experience for students is through the University Alliance.
Here is a link to the University Alliance on SCN:  http://scn.sap.com/community/uac   Students can sign up once their University is a member of the program.  If you'd like to join and your university is not yet a member of the alliance, please encourage your University to contact SAP Education to join the program.

 

 

Step 3 – Study for the exam

 

The best tool for studying is the Study Guide. Once again you will need an S-user to access the study guide from the SAP PartnerEdge.
The study guide gives you a set of questions.  If you can answer the questions in the study guide in your own words, then you most certainly can pass the exam.  After each section of questions, there are links to the materials that will help you answer the questions.

 

 

Step 4 – Take a practice test

 

The certification exam contains 80 questions.  There is a practice test with 40 questions that is structured in the same way as the exam and has similar types of questions.  This can be a useful guide to your preparedness.  The practice test s also located on the SAP PartnerEdge..

 

 

Step 5 – Sign up for the Implementation Consultant exam

 

My recommendation is to sign up for the 9.0 version of the CTB1200  exam.  The 9.0 exam is available in all languages and the links above are to the materials to prepare for the 9.0 exam.   To sign up for CTB1200 go to the SAP Training and Certification shop:  http://training.sap.com/shop/certification/

 

However, if you have already been preparing for the exam using materials for the 8.8 version, then you need to sign up for the test soon
since this test will only be given through March 2015.  After that point, you will only be able to take the 9.0 exam.

SAP Business One 9.1 PL04, version for SAP HANA has been released and is now in unrestricted shipment.

 

More details can be found at the overview note: 2086542 - Overview Note for SAP Business One 9.1 PL04, version for SAP HANA

 

SAP Business One 9.1 PL04, version for SAP HANA is synchronized to and contains all the bug fixes in the following versions:

  • SAP Business One 9.1 PL04
  • SAP HANA Platform Edition 1.0 SPS 07 REV 74.3
  • SAP Business One 1.1 analytics PL05 powered by SAP HANA

 

Note: 
You can upgrade your SAP Business One 9.1, version for SAP HANA to PL04 from any of the previous patch levels of this version.

  • If you are using SAP Business One 9.0, version for SAP HANA, you can upgrade to this patch level directly.
  • If you are using SAP Business One 8.82, version for SAP HANA, upgrae to SAP Business One 9.1 PL00, version for SAP HANA, then you can upgrade to this patch level.
  • If you are running SAP Business One 9.0 PL14 and lower on Microsoft SQL Server, upgrade the database to SAP Business One 9.0 PL15 first, then migrate from Microsoft SQL Server database to SAP HANA database. Then you can upgrade to this patch level.
  • If you are using SAP Business One 9.1 PL03 or lower, you must migrate the database to SAP HANA server, then upgrade it to SAP Business One PL04, version for SAP HANA. Migration from SAP Business One 9.1 PL04 to SAP Business One 9.1 PL04, version for SAP HANA is not supported.

 

Important Notes


  • 2111036 - Please check this note if your SLES system is NOT set as English (US) and your product package (installation or upgrade package) is SAP Business One 9.1 PL04, version for SAP HANA.

eLearning

Access the SAP Business One  9.1 Clips on YouTube or the SAP Business One Academy to learn about the new release.



SAP Business One 9.0, version for SAP HANA PL15 has been released. More details can be found in the following note: 2083447 - Overview Note for SAP Business One 9.0 PL15, version for SAP HANA


Patch Installation Options:

SAP Business One 9.0 PL15, version for SAP HANA  is synchronized to:

  • SAP Business One 9.0 PL15
  • SAP HANA Platform Edition 1.0 SPS 07 Rev 74.3
  • SAP Business One 1.1 analytics PL05 powered by SAP HANA

Upgrade Path:

  • Migration between SAP Business One 9.0 PL15 and SAP Business One 9.0 PL15, version for SAP HANA is not supported.
  • If you are running SAP Business One 8.82 PL02, version for SAP HANA  and lower, install the SAP Business One 9.0 PL14, version for SAP HANA installation package first, then you can upgrade to this patch level.
  • If you are running SAP Business One on the Microsoft SQL Server, upgrade the database to SAP Business One 9.0 PL14, then migrate from the Microsoft SQL Server database to the SAP HANA database. Then you can upgrade it to SAP Business One 9.0 PL15, version for SAP HANA.

 

The Backup Service of B1H company schemas is available since PL14, an introduction video clip is available here:


New features included in PL15 are:

  • Option to configure the backup service after installation directly from SLD.
  • Menu to select the backup to recover from.
  • You can run backup service operations on different company databases simultaneously.
  • etc.


Important Tips:

          2072868 - Backup service for SAP HANA best practices and known limitations


 

Important Notes

Hi,

 

Have you already seen the new Workbench widget part of SAP Business One 9.1, version for SAP HANA?

 

Workbench widget standardizes and visualizes the most common business processes. It not only simplifies the complex functions by grouping common functions together according to different business purposes, but also provides you with a consolidated entry to perform various kinds of jobs.

 

Workbench_screencapture.PNG

In SAP Business One, version for SAP HANA, we provide 4 standard templates. However, the standard templates may not precisely meet the business requirements of your company.

 

In order to enhance the customized functionalities of the workbench widget, Workbench Editor is introduced. With Workbench Editor, you can customize the standard templates from SAP based on your own business requirements. However, you are not able to create a new Workbench process template at the current version.

 

There is a YouTube video that shows the abilities of the tool step by step

                      

 

The editor promotes the efficient performance of the Workbench widget. It enables you to do the following:

• Flexibly create, edit and delete entities

• Freely change the layout of the entities in the working pane

• Focus on your responsibilities with customized information

 

You can download Workbench Editor from SAP Note 2097429 - You can now customize standard workbench templates with Workbench Editor.

Just check the note and customize the out of the box Workbench widget provided.

And don't forget to give us feedback!

 

Hope you will find it useful for your customers!

Trinidad.

Hi all SAP experts,

     Some days before i needed a Transaction Notification to Block the Receipt of final product whose actual issued quantity is not equal to planned quantity in production order. So first of all i tried to find on SCN and some other B1 sites but did not find any solution,then after that  i made  a Store procedure which i am sharing with you all.

 

IF @object_type='59' AND @transaction_type = 'A'

Begin

IF EXISTS(SELECT  B1.DocEntry

FROM             OWOR A INNER JOIN

                         WOR1  A1 ON A.DocEntry = A1.DocEntry INNER JOIN

                         IGN1 B1 ON  A.ItemCode = B1.ItemCode AND A.DocNum=B1.BaseRef

                                         WHERE  A1.PlannedQty<>A1.IssuedQty and a.ItemCode=B1.ItemCode

                                           and B1.DocEntry = @list_of_cols_val_tab_del

                                         GROUP BY A.DocNum,B1.ItemCode,A1.ItemCode,A1.PlannedQty,A1.IssuedQty,b1.DocEntry

                                         )

BEGIN

SELECT @Error = 1, @error_message = 'Actual Issued must be  equal to planned quantity'

END

END

 

Hope this will help to block the Transaction.

 

 

Thanks & Regards,

Manish

When I transfer a multi line item from quotes to orders, I can only delete one line at a time.

Sometimes the quote might be 50 line items and they only order 10 and I have to delete

each item one at a time, which is very time consuming

SAP Business One 9.1 PL03, version for SAP HANA has been released.

More details can be found at

2065330  - Overview Note for SAP Business One 9.1 PL03, version for SAP HANA

 

Note: SAP Business One 9.1 PL03, version for SAP HANA is a ramp up version.

 

SAP Business One 9.1 PL03, version for SAP HANA is synchronized to and contains all the bug fixes in the following versions:

  • SAP Business One 9.1 PL03
  • SAP HANA Platform Edition 1.0 SPS 07 REV 74.3
  • SAP Business One 1.1 analytics PL05 powered by SAP HANA

Note: SAP Business One 9.1 PL03, version for SAP HANA contains the integration framework (B1iF) version 1.20.6.

 

Upgrade Path

  • You can upgrade your SAP Business One 9.1, version for SAP HANA to PL03 from the previous patch level of this version.
  • If you are using SAP Business One 9.0, version for SAP HANA, you can upgrade to this patch level directly.
  • If you are using SAP Business One 8.82, version for SAP HANA, upgrade to SAP Business One 9.1 PL00, version for SAP HANA, then you can upgrade to this patch level.
  • If you are running SAP Business One 9.0 PL13 and lower on Microsoft SQL Server, upgrade the database to SAP Business One 9.0 PL14 first, then migrate from Microsoft SQL Server database to SAP HANA database. Then you can upgrade to this patch level.
  • Migration from SAP Business One 9.1 PL03 to SAP Business One 9.1 PL03, version for SAP HANA is not supported. If you are using SAP Business One 9.1 PL02 or lower, you must migrate the database to SAP HANA server, then upgrade it to SAP Business One PL03, version for SAP HANA.

 

Important Notes

User1 Sap

Service module

Posted by User1 Sap Nov 10, 2014

Hi all,

when i create a service call and when i enter the serial number of the serialized item, the service contract number automatically doesnt comes in the field. it says "No valid contract exists for the customer". when i check in the item master i have a contract there and when i see the customer equipment card, it also has a contract. Please help?

To comply with the new legal regulations regarding the Electronic Accounting Statements in Mexico, among other changes new Journal Entry report (JE report further) has to be submitted on monthly period effective from January 2015. It includes obligation to report via JE report also documents created within transition period July - December 2014, retrospectively including new information about electronic number UUID.

 

The UUID information is a 36 characters unique electronic number (CFDI and CFD) available in generated XML which represents electronic invoice in Mexico and it is provided by the SAT authority. UUID information is currently not available for created Purchasing documents (AP side) in SAP Business One application, Sales documents (AR side) already contains this information. All Purchasing invoice type documents created in transition period due to this legal change therefore must contain UUID information in order to be reported via new JE report.

 

In order to automate process of importing UUID information for existing Purchasing documents from XML into SAP Business One application Tool was developed and is available via link below. Purpose of the Tool is to track and identify appropriate document existing in DB, based on specific parameters and create bridge/reference between XML and document that enables to transfer UUID information from XML into a document, in a batch run. In order to transfer UUID information recommended is to create new UDF for Purchasing documents where this information will be stored.

 

References:

  • The How To Guide document available via Note 2048577 describes in step by step scenario process of importing UUID information for relevant documents, direct link to HTG v2 HERE
  • For all further details please see SAP Business One Note 2048577
  • Please notice, link to short recorded video for UUID solution is attached for your convenience here, and also in Note 2048577. Please follow the process according to steps in HTG in order to automate transfer of UUID information into the DB
  • Tool XMLReader is available HERE

 

 

Important notice on 27.11.2014


Since 27th of November 2014 updated HTG, version 2 is available. It contains updates of queries providing import of UUID information. HTG v2 can be found as an attachment in Note 2048577, very soon it will be also directly available from this blog.

 

HTG v2 includes:

  • Additional step added in order to indentify XML files not matching with an existing A/P documents of Invoice type
  • Queries include also Credit memo and Debit memo
  • No change on XML Reader Tool side

 

 

In case of any question or comments please do not hesitate to contact me here or via martin.pavlinsky@sap.com.

Hello,

 

I’m Torben Sliwka and I’m a consultant at wOne Consulting, a SAP Business One partner located in northern Germany.

 

Today, I want to share with you my experience with the Ramp-up project of the new Release SAP Business One 9.1 at our customer Engel GmbH. Engel GmbH is a German producer of natural textiles and manufactures a complete program of clothes for babies, children, and adults. Engel works with SAP Business One 9.1 since August 2014 using the following modules: purchase, sales, inventory management, and CRM.

 

New options to customize user interfaces easily and flexibly

 

One of the major improvements in Release 9.1 is the flexible and easy customization of the system user interface. These new customization capabilities are one of the main reasons that Engel joined the Ramp-up Program.

 

Engel had a particular interest in the new feature “UI Configuration” that allows customizing the user interface by changing the positions of the system fields - to remove them from the screen when setting them inactive or reactivate them by setting them as activate when required.

 

Customization of the field positions can easily be done using Release 9.1 by simply dragging and dropping items with the mouse. Due to these individual adjustments, users are able to do their daily work much more efficiently.  

 

Recording of mass orders via direct Microsoft Excel import

 

Another key aspect for Engel was to implement the new capability that allows import of data via MS Excel. A major Engel customer regularly enters mass orders with hundreds of individual item positions. These mass orders are submitted to Engel via an MS Excel document. 

 

The new Release 9.1 offers the capability to integrate this order via an external MS Excel document into the SAP System in a seamless manner. The items in the MS Excel document can be maintained quickly and easily and can then be copied into the SAP Business One System.

 

Using the new Release 9.1, Engel is now able to handle those mass orders in a better way by using the enhancements in import data from MS Excel into SAP Business One where they can be further processed.

 

Participation in the Ramp-up program, nomination and implementation

 

The nomination of the project at Engel was submitted via the SAP online registration form for Ramp-up participation, and it took me about 20 minutes to fill in all necessary information. A few days later, we received the confirmation, that Engel has been nominated as an official Ramp-up customer.

 

The upgrade from SAP Business One 9.0 to Release 9.1 was done shortly before going live, and it all went well without any issues. SAP Business One 9.1 is productive at Engel since the beginning of August 2014. An extensive training for the end users was not necessary.

 

Torben Sliwka
Consultant, wOne Consulting GmbH

Hello all,

 

In my day to day job, I create a lot of Business One test and demo environments.

Over the years, I have accumulated a few tips & tricks that I am now sharing in this blog - http://scn.sap.com/blogs/bagoftricks

 

Most of these tips and tricks are going to be system/setup related, but I still hope they help anyone around!

 

Aurélien

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