For this lesson, you need a material number for which several purchase orders have been created on your system. For this example, you will use a purchase order or an item that has been approved for purchase.
Routing Output is routed in two different ways: by your user ID (for lists and reports) and by predefined destination (for business documents). These predefined destinations are set up when your system is configured. With some documents (purchase orders, for example), routing can vary, with some vendors receiving faxed POs, some getting EDI POs, and others getting paper POs mailed to them.
To see how to generate reports in SAP R/3, look at an example that uses purchase requisitions:
From the Purchasing ...