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Structure

The module catalog shows the module groups (object type CG) and modules (object type SM) offered by the university and its lower-level organizational units (object type O). If one or more business event types (object type D) are assigned to a module, these are also displayed.

Procedure 1. From the SAP menu, choose

The

. screen appears The module catalog uses the object manager, which is a

2. 3.

convenient user tool for object search and selection. Select an organizational unit using the object manager.

Check the key date using

(

), and change it if necessary.

You can enter a user-specific key date. If you do not enter a user-specific key date, the system uses the current date as the key date.

The processing options for organizational units (

icon - object type O) are described in the following table.

Link organizational unit

(

)

Creates a relationship between an existing module group or module and an organizational unit (A501: Offers).

Change organizational unit data

()

Select the organizational unit you want to change.

Create organizational unit one level lower

Create organizational unit at same level

(

)

Creates a new module group or module one level lower than the organizational unit (A501: Offers).

Creates a new module group or module, and links it to the organizational unit (A501: Offers). Note: This function cannot be used for the top organizational unit.

1.

From the SAP menu, choose

The

. screen appears The system uses the object manager, which is a convenient user

tool for module search and selection.

2.

Enter the

of the module you are creating.

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