SDK stands for Software Deveopment Kit and is a set of software development tools that allow developers to to extend or customize a particular software, in this case: SAP Business One. The User Interface API enables developers to amplify SAP B1 by creating new windows, redesigning existing windows, adding menus. Changes can be as simple […]
FOB is an acronym for Freight On Board. FOB is related to the shipping of goods. It defines which party (the buyer or the seller) is responsible for the cost of shipping and loading, and who has ownership of the goods while in transit. Fox example the two party’s may agree that once a pallet […]
In SAP a BOM stands for Bill Of Material. A Bill of Material is a list of all the materials (and their quantities) that are required for making or assembling a product. The BOM is used in discrete manufacturing and production planning. BOM structure Header – contains identifying data like the name, material, warehouse, revisions, […]
Often when talking about SAP you will hear both the acronyms, ECC and ERP. ECC stands for Enterprise Central Component. ERP Stands for Enterprise Resource planning.
The acronym RMA stands for Return Merchandise Authorization. It’s also sometimes called Return Goods Authorization (RGA). This is a common term you’ll hear in regards to SAP Business One software. The return merchandise authorization is one of the steps for completing the processes of returning a product in order to get the customer a refund […]
Bin Locations are the most specific place in the warehouse where your products are kept. So for example your pallet of widgets may be in your Miami warehouse #2, in zone 7, in area 5, in row 46, and finally in bin 12. To help you manage your bin locations SAP B1 gives you four […]
GUI stands for Graphical User Interface. That’s basically a fancy way of referring to the graphical screens of a website or software application, as opposed to text-based or command-line driven screens (how boring are those, right?) The screens you interact with regularly if you’re using SAP Business One are all considered GUI’s.
In reference to SAP the acronym DTW stands for Data Transfer Workbench. The SAP Data Transfer Workbench is a tool for automatic transfer of data into the system, and is particularly useful for large amounts of data. It helps ensure that data is transferred efficiently and that it’s consistent. Note: The DTW is designed for […]
The non-manual posting of an issue of components some time after their physical withdrawal for an order. The goods issue posting for backflushed components is performed automatically at the time of order completion confirmation.
A tool that specifies of which accounts to post to from a business transaction.