Header data  information serves to identify and manage a maintenance order. For example, the number description and type of order, dates for the execution of the order, priority, person who entered the order, person who made the latest change to the order.

 The object list contains functional locations, pieces of equipment, assemblies.  You can enter these objects in the order header as reference object and/or in the object list.

 With operations you can describe the work to be performed in the execution of the maintenance order, such as work center, planned time, control key,

Materials are spare which are requires for and used up in the execution of a maintenance order.

 Production resources/tools(for example, tools, protective clothes, special trucks) are also needed for the execution of the order, but they are not used up.

 The settlement rule data informs you about who is usually to be debited with the costs.  The data is defaulted from the master record of the reference object but can be changed for the order during the first steps of the settlement process.

 Cost datainforms you about the estimated, planned, and actual costs for this order, the costs types relevant for the order, the updating of key figures in PMIS via value categories and the updating of these key figures via the actual costs.



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