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What is the organizational levels in Enterprice Asset Management?
General Organization in Logistics
Company Code

Location-based Organizatioin Units
Maint Plant
Maint. Work Ctr

Planning-based Organization Units
Maint. Planning Plant
Maint Planner Groups
Plant-specific planning is
Maintenance plant equals (=) planning plant. The maintenance requirements are planned in the same plant.
Cross-plant planning is
Multiple maintenance plants are assigned to a planning plant.
Work center is an organization unit. What are some examples?
Groups of machines
Group of people
What are the functions of work centers?
What are the four type of technical objects?
Functional locations
Serial numbers
Bill of materials

Note: these are used as reference objects, except BOM
Functional location represents
a hierarchical order structure for the Spatial (building), Technical (a machine), or functional (process-oriented)
The corrective maintenance process involves the following steps:
1. Notification: Malfunction and requirements are detailed
2. Planning: orders are created w/ mat'l and tool requirements
3. Scheduling: Order undergoes check - Available Mat'l
4. Execution: task is performed on site
5. Completion: time confirmation, technical completion
The maintenance order collects?
What are the different methods of creating a maintenance order?
1. Direct creation of order
2. Creation of order based on notification
3. Combination of maintenance notifications
4. Entry of order with subsequent activity report
5. Automatic generation for maintenance items
Elements of a maintenance order are: (pg 493)
1. header data - order type,dates
2. object list - functional location, equipment, serial #
3. order operation - describe task
4. material list (component)
5. production resource/tools
6. settlement rule
7. cost (estimated/planned/actual)
The notifications are assigned to maintenance by using
object list.
The object list does not "control" the order - no adjustment of work to be performed. (T/F) (pg 494)
The material the you plan for the maintenance order will be
reserved in the warehouse.

Note: Goods issue appear in the document flow of the order.

Availability Check can be called up when components are assigned
The effects of the order release are: (pg 497)
1. Reservation effective, can be wothdrawn
2. Papers can be printed
3. Confirmation possible
4. Goods movement possible
Cost analysis in the maintenance order can be view in two ways: (pg 497)
1. At value category level (maintenance view) FI doc

2. At cost category view (Controlling view) CO doc
You can only perform the following after releasing the maintenance order. (pg 498)
1. print shop papers
2. withdraw material
3. post goods receipts
4. enter time confirmations
5. complete task
What are the two types of material withdrawal: (pg 499)
1. Planned withdrawal
2. Unplanned withdrawal

Note: material can be procured externally
What are the ways to confirm time on a maintenance?
1. individual entry
2. collective entry
3. overall completion

Using CATS - cross application time sheet
What is an easy confirmation tool for maintenance orders? (pg 501)
Overall Completion Confirmation
What is CNF status
Finally confirmed
What is TECO status?
Technically completed
What is PCNF status?
Partially confirmed
Can you reverse TECO status? (pg 503)
Yes - This allows you to modify the order, the status is REL.
Historical maintenance orders are generated when completed order are?
archived and they form a basis for long-term analyses. They are transferred to order history.
What report is available in SAP for material usage? (pg 521)
Material Where-Used List
When does the employee enter a Service Notification?
when the customer calls. A service order is generated from the notification.
Is an operation required for a service order?
Yes - at least one operation is required.
When does the order receive the status 'Released' and shop papers are printed? (pg 528)
When the processor immediately puts the service order in process.
The service order is structured as follows:
1. Header
2. Operations
3. Components
4. Cost Overview
5. Partnerx Overview
6. Object List
What are the options for creating service orders? (pg 529)
1. Direct entry
2. From notification
3. Create for an existing notification
4. Combine notifications
5. Sales order
6. Automatically form maintenance
The service order type controls? (pg 531)
whether the service order is revenue-bearing or not.
What are the two options for service order release? (pg 534)
1. put in process
2. release then save
For the service order confirmatoin, what are the steps? (pg 535)
1. Working time (internal)
2. External services (goods recpt / Service Entry Sheet)
3. Activities (report,confirm text)
4. Material Posting
5. Object changes
6. Measure values / counter readings