A tightly controlled group of business processes that together constitute an optimal sequence and assembly that is used for configuring and developing the R/3 solution.
Collection of rules for cost allocation.
One cycle can contain a number of segments. A segment consists of the following elements:
The sender-receiver relationships defined in a cycle are processed iteratively. If you want to process hierarchies separately, you must define a cycle for each level of the hierarchy. You then process the cycles in succession.
Cycles are only valid in the environment in which they were defined (planned assessment, for example). When you create a new cycle, you can copy the values from a cycle in a different environment (such as an actual assessment cycle).
To define cycles you use
You maintain and change these groups with