SAP CAR – POS DTA Configuration Step by Step (Part 5)


Hi Guys,

Continue SAP CAR – POS DTA Configuration Step by Step (Part 4)

This is lasted part for SAP CAR POS DTA Configuration steps.

20.Financial Transaction Groups

Transaction Code
/N/POSDW/IMG

IMG Menu
SAP Customer Activity Repository -> POS Data Management -> POS Inbound Processing -> POS Transactions-> Define Type Group for Financial Transactions

Use

You determine the type group of the goods movements.

20.FIB Group.png

21.Financial Transaction Types

Transaction Code
/N/POSDW/IMG

IMG Menu
SAP Customer Activity Repository -> POS Data Management -> POS Inbound Processing -> POS Transactions-> Define Financial Transaction Types

Use

You determine the type of financial movements.

21.FIB.png

22.Define Type Group for POS Transactions

Transaction Code
/N/POSDW/IMG

IMG Menu
SAP Customer Activity Repository -> POS Data Management -> POS Inbound Processing -> POS Transactions-> Define Type Group for POS Transactions

Use

You determine the type group for POS transactions by meaning. Example, here i have three group (Sales / Financial Transaction and Totals)

22.Transaction Group

23.Define POS Transaction Types

Transaction Code
/N/POSDW/IMG

IMG Menu
SAP Customer Activity Repository -> POS Data Management -> POS Inbound Processing -> POS Transactions-> Define POS Transaction Types

Use

For each transaction that is different to other transactions in meaning and in Customizing, you need to create a new transaction type. You can then group these transaction types so that you can compare and analyze them better.

23.Transaction Type.png

23.Transaction Type_1.png

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Thanks for spend time to read those documents. Hope help you guys understand basic steps to configure SAP CAR POS DTA.

Cuong Dang

 

12 comments

  1. Very helpfull document. Thank You. Do You have an article about connectivity CAR with other systems ? For example: how connect third part POS systems with CAR ? Where in CAR is configuration about ports to connect third part POS systems via IDOC’s or WebService ? Can You describe those information ? Regards

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