SAP

Order Type Mapping



Sana complies with any individual business process flow. Placement of the quotations, orders, or quotes with a possibility to convert them into sales orders directly from a Sana web store - all business scenarios are supported by Sana.

Use the /SANAECOM/: Order Type Mapping table to set up order types which are used in your web store and map them to the existing sales document types in SAP.

The table below provides description of the fields in the /SANAECOM/: Order Type Mapping table.

Field Description
Website ID Enter Sana web store ID. It should be exactly the same as the one specified during installation of the Sana web store on Web and database server and that is stored in the Sana database. Default: 'SanaStore'.

If you have multiple web stores, you can set up sales document types for each Sana web store.
Sales Document Type Select the existing in SAP sales document type which should be used for sales orders and quotations placed from the Sana web store.

In SAP it is also possible to create and use a custom sales document type. In the screenshot above you can see the custom sales document type ZPRQ (Promotable Quotation) which is used for quotations which can be converted into standard orders.

Document Type Description Map the Sana sales document type to the SAP sales document type.

The following sales document types are available:

  • ORDER - standard order
  • QUOTE - quotation
  • PROMOTABLEQUOTE - quotation which can be converted into standard order directly from the Sana web store
Default Document For those sales orders, quotations and quotations which can be converted into standard orders directly from the Sana web store the Default Document checkbox should be selected.

Depending on your business process, customers can place orders from the Sana web store and from other channels, for example by phone or e-mail. In case if you are placing orders directly in the SAP system which are coming from other channels, for example by phone or e-mail, you can use another sales document type for such orders. If you add this sales document type to the Order Type Mapping table with the Default Document option disabled, customers will be able also to log in the Sana web store and see their orders placed from other channels in the order history.

You should configure the ordering flow and settings for your web store in SAP and in Sana Admin.

See an example of the sales document types which were mapped to the existing document types in SAP and are used in the Sana web store.

See also:

Order Processing (configuration in Sana Admin)
Ordering & Checkout (ordering settings in Sana Admin)
Order Processing (configuration in SAP)
Number Ranges