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CASE STUDY
Case Study Enterprise Asset
Management (EAM)
This case study explains an integrated enterprise asset management
process in detail and thus fosters a thorough understanding of each
process step and underlying SAP functionality.
Product
MOTIVATION
PREREQUISITIES
S/4HANA 1709
Global Bike
Based on continuous automation
of production processes,
availability and quality of
manufacturing facilities means that
plant maintenance becomes more
important. Plant maintenance
comprises the three following
activities: inspection, maintenance
and repair.
Before you use this case study, you
should be familiar with navigation in
the SAP system.
GUI 7.50
Level
Beginner
Focus
Enterprise Asset Management
Authors
Robert Häusler
Chris Bernhardt
Stefan Weidner
Version
3.2
Last Update
In order to successfully work through
this case study, it is not necessary to
have finished the EAM exercises.
However, it is recommended.
NOTES
The focus is not only on availability
of manufacturing facilities but
rather further aspects like system
safety, product quality, procedure
optimization and environment
protection play a decisive role.
This case study uses the Global Bike
(GBI) data set, which has exclusively
been created for SAP UA global
curricula.
SAP offers a flexible facility
management and maintenance
system to strengthen these factors
and increase the success of a
company.
May 2018
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CASE STUDY
Process Overview
Learning Objective Understand and perform an integrated maintenance
process.
Time 60 min
Scenario It is summer and the production line is getting into top gear for the
upcoming event “Race Across America“. There has been a sudden and
unpredictable malfunction in a circulation fan in the air conditioning system.
In order to process a complete maintenance process, you will take on
different roles within the GBI company to solve the problem.
Employees involved
Jun Lee (Production Planner)
Jermain Kumins (Production Manager)
Ozzy Sandall (Shop Floor Worker)
Pamela Ross (Shop Floor Worker)
A fan in the production facility is defective. As a Shop Floor Worker, it is your task to create the
malfunction report. Before you create the notification, you have to locate the exact defective part
and record the technical details for the repair. After that, you have to plan the production
operations until the final repair of the faulty fan unit. The defective parts shall be exchanged and
followed by a function test. After the successful installation of the spare filter, you can finish the
order technically. As a final step, you can check if all the maintenance tasks have been carried out
correctly.
The following graphical illustration depicts the whole process (8 tasks).
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Table of Contents
Process Overview …………………………………………………………………………………………………… 2
Step 1: Create Malfunction Report……………………………………………………………………………. 4
Step 2: Open Maintenance Order from Malfunction Report…………………………………………. 8
Step 3: Release Order and Display Documents ………………………………………………………… 11
Step 4: Confirm Order …………………………………………………………………………………………… 13
Step 5: Analyze Final Costs and Technical Completion …………………………………………….. 15
Step 6: Account for Order ……………………………………………………………………………………… 17
Step 7: Analyze Costs and Finish Order ………………………………………………………………….. 19
Step 8: Display Order History ………………………………………………………………………………… 21
EAM Challenge ……………………………………………………………………………………………………. 23
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Step 1: Create Malfunction Report
Task Create a malfunction report.
Time 10 min
Description Use the SAP Easy Access Menu to create a malfunction report
and a solution.
Name (position) Pamela Ross (Shop Floor Worker)
Mobile inventory (e.g. machines, circulation fan, PCs, vehicles) is defined as
equipment in the SAP system. In general, equipment is allocated to a
technical place that has got immobile character (e.g. streets, power plant,
pipe systems).
A malfunction report normally is created by the corresponding requesting
person (e.g. production employee). A malfunction report is used for
messages about malfunctions and problems.
Please use the following menu path to create a malfunction report:
Equipment
Malfunction Report
Menu Path
Logistics ? Plant Maintenance ? Maintenance Processing ?
Notification ? Create (Special) ? Malfunction Report
Now you should see the following screen.
In the description field enter Circulation fan defective besides Notification.
Fill in the field Functional loc. in the Reference object area. Therefore, use
the input help
or press F4.
Choose the tab Text (= Description) with help of the
button and enter
*DL00* as Functional Location Check if EN is chosen as Language Key.
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Circulation fan
defective
*DL00*
EN
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Press Enter. A list is produced, which has the abbreviation DL00 as structure
indicator (similar to ID). Double click at Shop Floor to choose this as
Functional Location.
To choose the equipment, use F4 again. Click the button
to switch to
the tab Equipment by equipment list (a new window opens) and enter
10000### (exchange ### for your number e.g. 012) in the first field besides
equipment. The rest of the fields can be left blank. Now press
.
Afterwards (if the object was not defined exactly) double click on the
equipment (Circulation Fan) and press Enter to confirm your entries up to
then.
Furthermore, enter the following in the Notification tab. In the Subject Area
enter for Subject Long Text Circulation fan does not work correctly with
the request Exchange Filter.
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Shop Floor
10000###
Circulation Fan
Circulation fan does
not work correctly
Exchange Filter
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In the Responsibilities Area enter P00/DL00 as Planner Group,
MANT1000/DL00 as Main WorkCtr. and GBI-### as Reported by.
Afterwards enter in the Item Area VENT/1003 (Circulation Fan Objects /
Filter) as Object part and add VENT/1002 (Filter Wear) as Damage. Use F4
to choose Normal Wear and Tear (PM-2000/1004) as Cause Code. Enter
High dust accumulation as Cause text:
P00/DL00
MANT1000/DL00
GBI-###
VENT / 1003
VENT / 1002
PM-2000 / 1004
High dust
accumulation
Compare your entries with the following screenshot.
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In the Activities tab use F4 to choose PM01 as Code group and set the
Activity code to Replacement (Spare). Enter the Activity text Replace
Filter.
Click
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PM01
Replace (Spare)
Replace Filter
, but do not leave the window.
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Step 2: Open Maintenance Order from Malfunction Report
Task Open a Maintenance order from the Notification
Time 10 min
Description Use the SAP Easy Access Menu to create an order directly from the
malfunction report.
Name (Position) Jun Lee (Production Planner)
If you stayed in the last window as it was required, you will be able to go on with
the next step now. Otherwise use the following menu path to create a maintenance
order from a malfunction report:
Menu path
Logistics ?Plant Maintenance ? Maintenance Processing ? Notification ?
Change
To open a notification from the malfunction report, click
Order.
besides the field
A new window appears where you enter PM01 (Maintenance order) as Order Type,
DL00 as Planning plant, BI00 as Business Area and MANT1000/DL00 as Main
work center. Afterwards click on
PM01
DL00
BI00
MANT1000 / DL00
.
Change to the tab Operations and exchange the original description Circulation Fan
defective for Exchange filter immediately. For Work enter 2, for unit H, Number
1, Dur. 2 and a further entry for unit (Un) H. Choose Calculate duration from the
Dropdown Menu and enter MLABOR as ActTyp.
Exchange filter
immediately
2 hrs.
1 hrs.
2 hrs.
Calculate duration
MLABOR
Note Work effort relates to the work that must be done. The number must be related
to the employees. The duration defines the time when the object cannot be used for
work. So, if the work effort is 8hrs and 2 people are working on it, work will be
done in 4hrs. Another example is the varnishing of an object. Here the effort is
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lower than the duration since the object needs to dry some time and no work is done
at the object within the drying process.
Open another Operation by clicking in a new line. Enter 0020 for OpAc,
Functional test as Operation short text and plan duration for the work for 15 min.
Enter a Number of 1 and a Duration of 15 min. Choose Calculate duration as
CcKey and MLABOR as ActTyp.
0020
Functional test
15 min
1
15 min
Calculate duration
MLABOR
Press Enter to confirm your entries.
Now mark your Operations and choose
. You will get to
operation 0010 automatically. Use the F4 help to choose the corresponding spare
part in the field Component. Therefore, select tab Material Number/Material
Description using the button
### by your number).
As a description enter Filter and choose 1 for amount Reqmt Qty and change the
position type IC (item category) to L (Stock item). As storage location (SLoc)
choose Miscellaneous (MI00) using the F4 help. Thereby the plant in Dallas
appears automatically. Pay attention to the fact that the amounts are of positive
value.
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FLTR1###
and enter the material FLTR1### (exchange
Filter
1
L
MI00
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The second operation needs no other components and therefore no further entries
are necessary.
Choose Enter and afterwards click
number.
to save the order. Write down the order
Order number:
______________
Click
. Your answer to the question appearing now must be no. (Since you
have just saved your entries, no data can get lost).
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Step 3: Release Order and Display Documents
Task Release the Order and Display Order Documents.
Time 10 min
Description Use the SAP Easy Access Menu to release the order and to print
the documents for the maintenance person.
Name (Position) Jun Lee (Production Planner)
Note Different documents can be displayed.
Use the following menu path to release the order and to display documents:
Menu path
Logistics ? Plant Maintenance ? Maintenance Processing ? Order
? Change
If the SAP system did not propose an order, enter the order number yourself.
You have written down the number previously.
If you do not know your number anymore, you can use the F4 help to search
for it. Choose the tabs PM orders using order list and as Entered By enter
Learn-### in the area General Data/Administrative Data (exchange ### for
your number).
Learn-###
Press Enter to get to the next page.
Choose
to release the order.
Note The order is released after saving it.
Due to the fact that the order is released now, you can print and display the
order documents now.
Therefore choose:
More ? Order ? Print ? Order
First, enter LOCL as Output Device for each.
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There are 2 possibilities to finally release the order:
Press
to print the desired documents. As soon as you pressed
the button, the order will be released. Furthermore, a dialog window opens in
which you can print the desired documents.
Alternatively, you can release the order by clicking
Now click
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.
to get back to the SAP Easy Access Menu.
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Step 4: Confirm Order
Task Confirm the order.
Time 10 min
Description Use the SAP Easy Access menu to confirm the order.
Name (Position) Ozzy Sandall (Shop Floor Worker)
The overall completion confirmation is used to capture further data besides
working times. For instance, used materials, information about errors, executed
work and so on. All of this data is important for future maintenance history and
analysis.
Use the following menu path to confirm the order:
Menu Path
Logistics ? Plant Maintenance ? Maintenance Processing ? Completion
Confirmation ? Entry ? Overall Completion Confirmation
The display should now show the previously prepared order. If this is not the
case, you will have to search for the order using F4.
Choose More ? Extras ? Settings and enter 1 (Maintenance with order
number) in the field to save the profile using
.
Now enter 0010 as operation/activity under the order and press Enter to confirm
your entry.
Time confirmation, Goods Movements and Causes are entered automatically. In
the field Act. Work enter 2 hrs. and mark F… (Final Confirmation) and also N…
(No Remain work).
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1
0010
2
Mark F
Mark N
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Choose
and afterwards
to save. Repeat the steps for operation
0020. Therefore enter 15 min as Act. Work and mark F and N.
Repeat for 0020
15 min
Note Both operations (and therefore the order) were confirmed. This means that
you have finished your work. You have met the targeted time and have taken a
filter from the storage location.
Click
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to get back to the SAP Easy Access Menu.
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Step 5: Analyze Final Costs and Technical Completion
Task Analyze the final costs.
Time 5 min
Description Use the SAP Easy Access Menu to execute a cost analysis and
to finish the order technically.
Use the following menu path to execute a cost analysis and to finish the
order technically:
Menu Path
Logistics ?Plant Maintenance ? Maintenance Processing ?Order ?
Change
The number of your previously created order will be proposed by the system.
If the system should not propose the number, search the order number using
the F4 help.
Order Number
Now choose the Registry entry Costs.
You will get an overview of actual planned costs and effective costs.
To finish the order technically, choose
.
In the dialog window enter the current date and current time as MalfEnd
and confirm with
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current date and
current time
.
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Note The system status of the order will be changed, and the order is saved
automatically.
Click
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to get back to the SAP Easy Access Menu.
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Step 6: Accounting for the Maintnenance Order
Task Accounting for the Maintenance Order.
Time 5 min
Description Use the SAP Easy Access Menu to settle the accrued costs with
the settlement receiver.
Use the following menu path to account for the order:
Menu Path
Logistics ? Plant Maintenance ? Maintenance Processing ?
Completion ? Individual Processing ? Settle
Choose More ? Extras ? Set Controlling Area and enter NA00 as
Controlling Area.
NA00
If your order number does not appear, either enter it yourself or search for it
using F4. Additionally, make the following entries:
Enter the current month as Settlement period and the current year as
Fiscal Year. Make sure that the Processing type is set to automatic.
Remove the Test Run indicator and click
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.
current month
current year
automatic
demarcate Test Run
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Click
Click
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to get to the detailed list of settlement.
to get to the SAP Easy Access Menu.
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Step 7: Analyze Costs and Finish Order
Tasks Analyze costs and finish order.
Time 5 min
Description Use the SAP Easy Access Menu to perfrom a cost analysis and
finish the order.
Name (Position) Jun Lee (Production Planner)
Use the following menu path to analyze costs another time and finish the
order:
Menu path
Logistics ? Plant Maintenance ? Maintenance Processing ?Order ?
Change
The number of your order should be proposed. If this is not the case, search
for your order number using F4.
Afterwards choose Enter.
Note You will get a message that the document is finished and therefore no
changes will be possible. This is done due to the technical closure.
To display the relief of the order using the settlement choose Additions
More ? Extras ? Cost reports ? Planned/actual comparison.
Choose
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to get back to the previous window.
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Now click Complete (business) to update the system status of the order and
save it.
Note After the order has been settled, no further costs can be added.
Click
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to get back to the SAP Easy Access Menu.
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Step 8: Display Order History
Task Display the order history for your equipment.
Time 5 min
Description Use the SAP Easy Access Menu to see a detailed history about
the equipment.
Name (Position) Jun Lee (Production Planner)
Use the following menu path to display the order history:
Menu path
Logistics ? Plant Maintenance ? Maintenance Processing ? History
? Order List ? Display
In the following window mark Completed and for equipment enter
10000### (exchange ### for your number) and choose the period from 01/01
current year up to today.
Press F8 or click
mark completed
10000###
The first of January of
the current year
Today’s date
alternatively.
Your order should be displayed automatically. However, if there is more
than one order for your equipment please select the order you just finished.
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Click
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to get back to the SAP Easy Access Menu.
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EAM Challenge
Learning Objective Understand and perform an integrated EAM process.
Time 30 min
Motivation After you have successfully worked through the Enterprise Asset
Management case study, you should be able to solve the following task on your
own.
Scenario There are problems with the circulation fans in your company. One of
them has malfunctioned in the Shop Floor. In this case, one of the impellers has
been worn out due to long continuous operation. If you decide to repair it, the
maintenance process would take 1.50 hours and the function test 15 minutes.
For the repair you use two Lock Washers, one Socket Head Bolt and one Hex
Nut.
Task Information Since this task is based on the Enterprise Asset
Management case study you can use it as guidance. However, it is
recommended that you solve it without any help in order to test your acquired
knowledge.
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EXERCISE
EAM 1: Display Equipment
Exercise Display equipment.
Time 10 min
Task Use the SAP Easy Access Menu to display the equipment.
Mobile inventory (e.g. machines, circulation fan, PCs, vehicles) are defined
as “Equipment” in the SAP system. In general, Equipment is allocated to a
“Functional Location” that has got immobile character (e.g. streets, power
plant, pipe systems).
To display an Equipment, follow the menu path:
Equipment
Functional Location
Menu path
Logistics ?Plant Maintenance ? Management of Technical Objects
? Equipment ? Display
In the Display Equipment: Initial Screen use the F4 help to choose
Equipment. To do so select the field Equipment and press F4.
In the following window Equipment Number switch to the Equipment by
short text tab. Leave the field Equipment description blank, enter *### as
Equipment and make sure that EN is filled in as Language Key. Press enter
or click on
*###
EN
to confirm your entries.
A list of Equipment is shown. Select Circulation Fan via double click.
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F4
Circulation Fan
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EXERCISE
Back in Display Equipment: Initial Screen confirm your choice by pressing
enter to check information about Equipment.
In the screen Display Equipment: General Data you can see detailed
information about your Equipment.
Record which status the Equipment has. You can see this by clicking the
button
beside the Status field.
Status of Equipment:
Use the additional tabs for answering the following questions:
In which maintenance plant is the Equipment located?
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