This procedure is used to define what is included or excluded in an agreement. For each agreement header, contents can be defined for different agreement types, different items serviced and different function areas where service is performed.
After using this procedure, the contents of an agreement are defined. These contents can apply generally for an agreement type or can be copied to an agreement line and then changed as needed.
In the agreement header, field Check agreement on higher level regulates whether the contents are checked per agreement type.
The contents are searched for in the following order:
To start this procedure, the basic data for service agreements must be entered. See Basic Data for Service Agreement.
Follow the steps below to enter the contents of an agreement per agreement header.
Select 'Service Agrmt. Open' (SAS100). Specify option 14 = Agr contents.
Select the agreement type whose contents you wish to define. Enter 0 in field Exc to include your selections in the agreement. Enter 1 to exclude your selections from the agreement. You can also copy general values from the contents per agreement type by pressing function key F14 = Crt standard.
Enter one of the following ID types:
If needed, repeat the above steps for other item numbers, service expense numbers, item groups, product groups, service expense types, service expense categories, assignment type, assignment category or action code.
Enter the item number if the agreement contents are only to apply when the individual item to be serviced has this item number. You can also specify that the contents apply only when service is performed for a specific function area, such as an engine. If no item number and function area are entered, the contents will apply for all individual items and function areas.
In panel E, you can specify the agreed quantity, the period in which it is used, and how this period is advanced after the end date. Enter values in these fields only if the contents are quantity-based.
Either return to step 4 or press F3 to end the procedure.