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Table Of Contents

1 Introduction
1.1 Prerequisites
2 Warehouse Management Enterprise Structure
2.1 Define Warehouse
2.1.1 Definition
2.1.2 Assignment
2.2 Defining Control Parameters for Warehouse Number
2.3 Defining Storage Type
2.4 Defining Storage Section
2.5 Defining Picking Areas
2.6 Define Doors
2.7 Define Material Staging Area
2.8 Defining Master Data for Storage Bins
2.8.1 Define Storage Bin Types
2.8.2 Define Blocking Reasons
2.8.3 Define Storage Bin Structures
2.9 Defining Master Data for Material Master
2.9.1 Define Storage Type Indicators
2.9.2 Define Storage Unit Types
2.9.3 Define Storage Section Indicator
2.9.5 Defining Bulk Storage Indicator
3 Strategies for Warehouse Operations
3.1 Activate Storage Type Search
3.1.1 Define Storage Type Indicator
3.1.2 Determine Search Sequence
3.1.3 Define Movement Type References
3.1.4 Access Optimization using Storage Type Search
3.2 Activate Storage Section Search
3.2.1 Define Storage Section Indicator
3.2.2 Determine Storage Section Search Sequence
3.2.3 Activate Storage Section Check
3.3 Cross Line Stock Putaway – to Define Sort Sequence for Putaway
3.4 Define Sort Sequence for Stock Removal (Picking)
3.5 Putaway Strategies
3.6 Stock Removal Strategies
4 Configuration for Setting up Warehouse Activities
4.1 Define Requirement Types
4.2 Define Shipment Types
4.3 Define Print Control - Standard
4.3.1 Define Spool Code
4.3.2 Define Printer Pool/Labels
4.3.3 Define Sort Profile / Collective Processing
4.3.4 Define Print Code
4.3.5 Assign Printer – Warehouse Movement
4.3.6 Assign Printer – Picking Area
4.3.7 Assign Printer – Storage Type
4.3.8 Assign Print Code to Movement Type
4.3.9 Assign Print Report to Warehouse
4.3.10 Print Control for Multiple Processing
4.4 Define Movement Types
4.5 Define Stock Transfers and Replenishment Control
4.6 Set up Automatic TO Creation for TRs/PCNs
4.6.1 Mail Recipient
4.6.2 Control for Automatic TO
4.6.3 Movement Type
4.7 Set up Two Step Picking for TRs
4.7.1 Transfer Requirement Control
4.7.2 Transfer Type Control
4.8 Setting up TO Confirmation
4.8.1 Handling Differences using Difference Indicator
4.8.2 Confirmation Control – Warehouse Number
4.8.3 Confirmation Control – Storage Type
4.8.4 Confirmation Control – Movement Type
4.9 Physical Inventory
4.9.1 Define Default Values
4.9.2 Define Types per Storage Type
4.9.3 Define Differences and Document Limits
4.9.4 Clear Differences (Interface to Inventory Management)
4.9.5 Maintain Number Ranges
4.10 Maintain Transaction parameters
6.2.1 Define Shipping Control
6.2.2 2-Step Picking
6.3 Define Production
6.3.1 Maintain production supply area
6.3.2 WM movement type for replenishment
6.3.3 Create Production Control Cycle
6.3.4 Create Production Scheduling Profile
6.3.5 Activating the PP or PP-PI interface
6.4 Define Quality Management
6.4.1 Define Inspection Sample Control
6.4.2 Define Storage Type Search (As Necessary) –
6.4.3 Activate QM Interim Storage Type Search
7 Hazardous Materials in WM
7.1 Master Data
7.1.1 Define Fire-Containment Section
7.1.2 Define Hazardous Material Warning
7.1.4 Define Aggregate States
7.1.7 Activate Hazardous Material Management
7.2 Activate Hazardous Material Check for Storage Type
7.3 Storage Classes Allowed
8 Storage Unit Management
8.1 Activate SU Management for WM
8.2 Number Ranges for Storage Unit
8.3 Define Storage Type Control
8.4 Activate Storage Bin Type Search
8.4.1 Define Storage Bin Types
8.4.2 Define Storage Unit Types
8.4.3 Assign Storage Unit types to Storage types
8.4.4 Assign Storage Unit Types to Storage Bin types
8.4.5 Activate Storage Unit Type Check
8.5 Define ID Point Transactions
8.6 Define Print Control for SU Management
8.6.1 Define Print Code
8.6.2 Assign Transfer Order Print Control
8.7 SU Management with Bulk Storage Area
8.7.1 Define the storage type control for bulk storage
8.7.2 Define the bulk storage indicators
8.7.3 Block/row structures:
9 Planning and Monitoring Operations in WM
9.1 Rough Workload Estimate
9.1.1 Maintain warehouse Operations
9.1.2 Maintain Warehouse Processes
9.1.3 Maintain Warehouse Workload
9.1.4 Control update of Workload Data
9.2 Warehouse Activity Monitor
9.2.1 Activate Warehouse Activity Monitor Objects
9.2.2 Define Critical Parameters for each WAM Object activated
10 Special Functions of TO processing
10.1 Performance Data / in TO Split
10.1.1 Define Profiles
10.1.2 Control for Performance Data/TO Split
10.2 Determine Target Data
10.2.1 Determine TO Header Parameters
10.2.2 Define TO Item Parameters
11 Wave Picking
11.1 Number Ranges
11.1.1 Number Range for Wave Types
11.1.2 Number Ranges for Groups
11.2 Define Groups for wave Picks
11.3 Delivery split by Warehouse Number and Delivery Type
11.4 Control Update of Workload Data
11.5 Maintain Time of Comparison for Forming Wave Picks
11.6 Create Picking Wave Profile
11.7 Maintain Time Slots
11.8 Maintain Timeslot Groups for Wave Picks
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CookBook WM on ECC_5

CookBook WM on ECC_5

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