|Any difference between Network Types and Order Types for Networks?
A generalized idea on Network Types and Order Types.
Network Types are a kind of Order types. In SAP there are several kind of order categories for ex. Production order, Maintenance Order, Internal Order, Network Order etc.
Network Order is also a kind of Order category based on its type of Header Assigned and Activity account assigned etc.
All the above said orders represent a specific business transaction i.e. CO01 / CO11N, IW31, KO01, OPSC respectively and the characteristics of these orders are determined by their order categories. Therefore, all these order types are relevant for specific applications.
The Order Type also describes how the order is controlled as they have
their own status management, field controls etc.
Where to configure Network types?
To set the network types in SAP PS, you need to classify the orders with regard to their distinguishing features (for example, order category, number range, and so on).
Path to configure network types:
IMG -> Project System -> Structures
-> Operative Structures -> Network -> Settings for Networks -> Maintain
Explain Network Types in SAP.
In the system, the network type contains information for controlling and managing networks. The network is a special form of the work order which has a structure in common with production, maintenance and inspection orders. Every network you create must have a network type allocated to it.
The network types in SAP PS determines:
Double click to get the details screen.
Please note that you have to allocate a number range to every network type.
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