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Integration of SAP ERP with SAP EWM................................................................................... 7
Configuration Content for SAP EWM..................................................................................... 8
Information for System Administrators............................................................................... 9
System Connections ........................................................................................................ 10
Configuration Settings for the ERP System.................................................................. 11
Creating an RFC User in ERP .................................................................................. 13
Assigning a Logical System to a Client..................................................................... 15
Naming the Logical System for the Connection to SAP EWM.................................. 16
Specifying the SAP APO Release ............................................................................ 17
RFC Destinations...................................................................................................... 18
Defining RFC Destinations in ERP........................................................................ 19
Determining RFC Destinations for Method Calls in ERP ...................................... 21
Defining Internal Workflow Destinations................................................................ 22
Setting the Target System and Queue Type............................................................. 24
qRFC Monitor Settings.............................................................................................. 25
Maintaining qRFC Monitor (QIN Scheduler) Settings in ERP ............................... 26
Maintaining qRFC Monitor (QOUT Scheduler) Settings in ERP ........................... 28
Setting User Parameters for Data Transfer .............................................................. 29
Checking Basic Table Entries................................................................................... 30
Additional Material Master Attributes ........................................................................ 31
Activating Additional Material Master Screens...................................................... 32
Maintaining Additional Screen Sequences............................................................ 33
Attributing Values to Additional Material Master Fields......................................... 34
Number Ranges for Deliveries.................................................................................. 35
Maintaining Number Ranges for Unchecked Deliveries........................................ 36
Maintaining a Deviating Number Range for Unchecked Deliveries ...................... 37
Maintaining Number Ranges for Temporary Inbound Deliveries.......................... 38
Activating Enhancements for Service Parts Management (SPM) ............................ 39
Extended Inbound Delivery....................................................................................... 40
Defining the Profile for Extended Inbound Delivery Processing (VL60) Users ..... 41
Assigning a User for Extended Inbound Delivery Processing (VL60)................... 42
Assigning Warehouse Number to Plant and Storage Location................................. 43
Assigning Shipping Points to Plants ......................................................................... 44
Maintaining Shipping Point Assignment to Plant...................................................... 45
Assigning Goods Receiving Points for Inbound Delivery.......................................... 46
Organizational Structures in the ERP System.......................................................... 47
Maintaining Extended Warehouse Management-Specific Parameters................. 48
Defining the Queue for Extended Warehouse Management................................ 49
Logging Sent and Received Messages................................................................. 50
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Registering the Navigation from the Queue.......................................................... 51
Generating the Distribution Model for ERP to EWM............................................. 52
Defining Delivery Split by Warehouse Number......................................................... 53
Maintenance of Object and Class Types.................................................................. 54
Maintaining Object Types and Class Types in ERP.............................................. 55
Maintaining Characteristics for Batches................................................................ 56
Creating Classes for Batches................................................................................ 58
Activating Business Configuration Sets (BC Sets) ................................................... 59
Configuration Settings for SAP SCM............................................................................ 61
Creating an RFC User in SCM.................................................................................. 63
Assigning a Logical System to a Client..................................................................... 65
Naming the Logical System for the Connection to SAP ERP ................................... 66
Defining RFC Destinations........................................................................................ 67
Maintaining Business System Groups ...................................................................... 69
Assigning Logical System and Queue Types ........................................................... 70
Determining RFC Destinations for Method Calls in EWM........................................ 72
Maintenance of the qRFC Monitor Settings.............................................................. 73
Maintaining qRFC Monitor (QIN Scheduler) Settings in EWM.............................. 74
Maintaining qRFC Monitor (QOUT Scheduler) Settings in EWM.......................... 75
Defining a Separate Business System...................................................................... 76
Defining the Business System.................................................................................. 77
Defining Outbound Communication.......................................................................... 79
Setting Control Parameters for the ERP Version Control......................................... 80
Checking Basic Table Entries................................................................................... 81
Verifying Synchronization of the ERP System and EWM......................................... 82
Delivery Processing.................................................................................................. 84
Defining Number Range Intervals ......................................................................... 85
Defining the Delivery Priority................................................................................. 87
Defining Shipping Conditions ................................................................................ 88
Defining Incoterms................................................................................................. 89
Maintaining Object Types and Class Types in SCM................................................. 90
Defining Warehouse Numbers.................................................................................. 91
Mapping Warehouse Numbers ................................................................................. 92
Activating User Exits ................................................................................................. 93
Activating Business Add-Ins (BAdIs) ........................................................................ 95
Activating BAdI: Inbound Processing for Location................................................ 96
Activating BAdI: Inbound Processing for Product ................................................. 98
Copying BAdI Method Source Code................................................................... 100
Defining Availability Groups.................................................................................... 102
Defining the Transportation Group.......................................................................... 103
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Settings for the Logistic Inventory Management Engine (LIME) ............................ 104
Defining the Warehouse Management Process Type for LIME.......................... 105
Defining the Index Tables for LIME..................................................................... 107
Defining the Hierarchy for LIME .......................................................................... 109
Defining Warehouse Number Ranges .................................................................... 111
Defining Warehouse Number Ranges for HUs....................................................... 114
Checking the SAP APO Model and Planning Version............................................ 116
Data Transfer to SAP SCM via the Core Interface (CIF)............................................ 117
Transferring Material Master Data.......................................................................... 118
Activating Business Transaction Events (BTEs)..................................................... 119
Configuring Change Transfers for Master Data...................................................... 120
Activating ALE Change Pointers for Message Types............................................. 121
Creating the Maximum Model ................................................................................. 122
Creating an Integration Model in the ERP System................................................. 123
Activating the Integration Model in the ERP System.............................................. 124
Configuration Settings for SAP SCM after Data Transfer .......................................... 125
Checking Data Transfer via the Core Interface (CIF) ............................................. 126
Creating a Supply Chain Unit for a Warehouse...................................................... 127
Creating a Supply Chain Unit Hierarchy................................................................. 128
Enhanching Business Partners for Warehouses .................................................... 130
Assigning Warehouse Numbers ............................................................................. 133
Mapping Storage Locations from the ERP System to EWM................................... 135
Registering Display Programs for Application Log................................................. 137
Activating Business Configuration Sets (BC Sets) ................................................. 139
Activating BC Sets for Delivery........................................................................... 140
Activating BC Sets for SAP EWM....................................................................... 142
Copying Warehouse Customizing Data.................................................................. 144
Creating Storage Bins............................................................................................. 145
Additional Data Transfer to SAP SCM using the Core Interface (CIF)....................... 147
Modifying the Integration Model for Additional Data Transfer................................. 148
Creating a Variant for Deleting Inactive Integration Models ................................... 150
Creating a Variant for Activating Integration Models for Background Processing.. 151
Scheduling Background J obs and Specifying Start Conditions.............................. 152
Final Configuration Settings for SAP SCM................................................................. 154
Enhancing the Business Partner Role.................................................................... 155

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Integration of SAP ERP with SAP EWM
This configuration guide provides you with the necessary information for configuring the
integration of SAP ERP and SAP Extended Warehouse Management (EWM).
In this integration scenario, SAP EWM is a component of SAP Supply Chain Management
(SCM).

In this document, SAP Advanced Planning and Optimization (APO) refers to the
Core Interface (CIF) and not to the APO component. The CIF is used for
transferring master data between the ERP system and SAP EWM.

In this document, you find references to functions, which were developed for
Service Parts Management (SPM). SAP EWM, for example, makes use of the
processing of inbound deliveries function, which was developed for SPM.
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Configuration Content for SAP EWM
For technical reasons, the information provided in this guide had to be structured to represent
more than one integration scenario between SAP ERP and SAP EWM.
This guide describes the complete configuration for integrating SAP ERP and SAP EWM,
where SAP EWM is a component of SAP SCM 5.0 and a component of SAP SCM 5.1. It
does not describe the complete configuration for integrating SAP ERP and SAP EWM, where
SAP EWM is an add-on application. For information about the latter integration scenario, see
the configuration guide Integration of SAP ERP with SAP EWM as an Add-On.
In this guide, the sections in each information object that are relevant for the integration of
SAP ERP and SAP EWM are labeled as follows:
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.1 Connection

You should only refer to the sections, which describe the integration scenario
relevant for your system landscape.

The integration of SAP ERP and SAP EWM may fail if you do not refer to the
sections relevant for your system landscape and follow the procedure described
therein.
In addition, you must ensure that you follow the configuration steps in exactly
the order in which they are presented in this document. If you do not carry out
the steps in this order, the system configuration may fail.
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Information for System Administrators
System administrators have to make specific settings for the integration of SAP ERP and SAP
EWM before any Customizing activity is carried out.
System administrators need to pay particular attention to the following activities:
All cross-client activities, such as:
In the ERP system:
Assigning a Logical System to a Client [Page 15]
Naming the Logical System for the Connection to SAP EWM [Page 16]
Specifying the SAP APO Release [Page 17]
Activating Business Transaction Events (BTEs) [Page 119]
In SAP SCM:
Assigning a Logical System to a Client [Page 65]
Naming the Logical System for the Connection to SAP ERP [Page 66]
Checking the SAP APO Model and Planning Version [Page 116]
All activities that relate to user exists or Business Add-Ins (BAdIs)
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System Connections
Purpose
You can use this process to connect the component SAP Extended Warehouse Management
(EWM) to an enterprise resource planning (ERP) system. SAP EWM is a component of the
SAP Supply Chain Management (SCM) application.

This documentation describes the necessary settings to be made, based on the
assumption that an SAP ERP system is used as the back-end system.
If you use a different system, you have to make similar connections and
settings.
Process Flow

Ensure that you follow the steps in exactly the order in which they are presented
in this document. If you do not carry out the steps in this order, the system
configuration may fail.
...
1. Set up the ERP for connection to the SAP SCM system, see Configuration Settings for
the ERP System [Page 11].
2. Set up SAP SCM for connection to the ERP system, see Configuration Settings for
SAP SCM [Page 61].
3. Transfer data from the ERP system to SAP SCM, see Data Transfer to SAP SCM via
the Core Interface (CIF) [Page 117].
4. Use the transferred data to make settings in SAP SCM, see Configuration Settings for
SAP SCM after Data Transfer [Page 125].
5. Transfer additional data from the ERP system to SAP SCM, see Additional Data
Transfer to SAP SCM [Page 147].
6. Make the final configuration settings for SAP SCM, see Final Configuration Settings for
SAP SCM [Page 154].
Result
By following through this process, you ensure the integration of the SAP EWM component
with the ERP system.
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Configuration Settings for the ERP System
Purpose
You can use this process to make configuration settings in the ERP system that are needed
for the integration with SAP SCM. By connecting the two applications you can transfer data
from the ERP system that is relevant for processes in SAP EWM.
Prerequisites
You have installed and correctly configured the following systems on SAP NetWeaver 7.0
(2004s):
SAP ERP 6.0
SAP SCM 5.0 or SAP SCM 5.1
In the ERP system, you have created the following objects:
Plants, for example 0001
Storage locations(s), for example AFS and ROD
Warehouse numbers, for example EW1
Shipping points, for example 0001
Customers
Vendors assigned to plant 0001, for example BP0001
Materials
Process Flow
Ensure that you follow the steps in exactly the order in which they are given:
...
1. Create an RFC user in ERP [Page 13].
2. Assign a logical system to a client [Page 15].
3. Name the logical system [Page 16].
4. Specify the SAP APO release [Page 17].
5. Set up RFC destinations, see RFC Destinations [Page 18].
6. Set the target system and queue type [Page 24].
7. Maintain the qRFC monitor settings, see qRFC Monitor Settings [Page 25].
8. Set the user parameters for data transfer [Page 29].
9. Check the basic table entries in the ERP system and SAP SCM [Page 81].
10. Create additional material master attributes, see Additional Material Master Attributes
[Page 31].
11. Maintain number ranges for deliveries, see Number Ranges for Deliveries [Page 35].
12. Activate enhancements for Service Parts Management (SPM) [Page 39].
13. Set up extended inbound deliveries, see Extended Inbound Deliveries [Page 40].
14. Assign warehouse numbers to plant and storage locations [Page 43].
15. Assign shipping points to plants [Page 44].
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16. Maintain the shipping point assignment to the plants [Page 45].
17. Assign goods receiving points for the inbound deliveries [Page 46].
18. Customize the organizational structures, see Organizational Structures in the ERP
System [Page 47].
19. Define the delivery split by warehouse number [Page 53].
20. Maintain the object and class types, see Maintenance of Object and Class Types [Page
54].
21. Activate business configuration sets [Page 59].
Result
Your ERP system has now been configured to connect to SAP SCM.
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Creating an RFC User in ERP
Use
You can use this procedure to create a user for the remote function call (RFC) connection of
your systems.
Procedure

Only refer to the procedure that describes the integration scenario relevant for
your system landscape.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection
...
1. In the ERP system, on the SAP Easy Access screen, choose Tools Administration
User Maintenance Users. Alternatively, call transaction SU01.
2. To create the RFC user for the integration of ERP and EWM carry out the following
steps:
a. In the User field, enter the name of the RFC user.
b. Choose Create.
c. In the Maintain User screen, enter the following data:
Field Name Value
Address tab page
Last Name
ALEREMOTE
Logon Data tab page
User Type
Communication (A)
Password
<Password>
Profiles tab page
Profiles Choose profile.
For the integration with SAP SCM the
following profiles are recommended:
S_BI-WX_RFC
See SAP Notes 150315 and 784891.

Attention: Do not assign too many rights to
this technical user. If, for example, technical
users for RFC connections have too many
authorizations, RFC administrators from the
calling system can easily log on to the called
system and abuse the technical users
authorizations. 70% of all attacks on
systems come from within the attacked
company.
Use the profile generator (transaction PFCG)
to define an appropriate profile.
See also SAP Note 727839.
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Defaults tab page
Logon Language
EN
3. To create the RFC user for the internal workflow carry out the following steps:
a. In the User field, enter the name of the RFC user.
b. Choose Create.
c. In the Maintain User screen, enter the following data:
Field Name Value
Address tab page
Last Name
WF-Batch
Logon Data tab page
User Type
System (B)
Password
<Password>
Profiles tab page
Profiles Choose profile.
For the integration with SAP SCM the
following profiles are recommended:
S_BI-WX_RFC
See SAP Notes 150315 and 784891.

Attention: Do not assign too many rights to
this technical user. If, for example, technical
users for RFC connections have too many
authorizations, RFC administrators from the
calling system can easily log on to the called
system and abuse the technical users
authorizations. 70% of all attacks on
systems come from within the attacked
company.
Use the profile generator (transaction PFCG)
to define an appropriate profile.
See also SAP Note 727839.
Defaults tab page
Logon Language
EN
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.1 Connection
See Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection.
Procedure for the ERP to EWM 5.1 Connection
See Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection.
...
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Assigning a Logical System to a Client
Use
You can use this procedure to assign a logical system to the client in the ERP system for the
ERP system.
Procedure

Only refer to the procedure that describes the integration scenario relevant for
your system landscape.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection
...
...
1. In Customizing for the ERP system, choose Integration with Other mySAP.com
Components Extended Warehouse Management Basic Settings for Setting Up
the System Landscape Assign Logical System to a Client.

This is a cross-client activity.
2. Check whether the logical system for the ERP client exists, for example ERPCLNT001
or P6QCLNT800.
If it does not exist, name the logical system for the ERP client first. For naming the
logical system, in Customizing for the ERP system, see Integration with Other
mySAP.com Components Extended Warehouse Management Basic Settings for
Setting Up the System Landscape Name Logical System.
For more information, see the IMG activity documentation.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.1 Connection
See Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection.
Procedure for the ERP to EWM 5.1 Connection
...
See Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection.
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Naming the Logical System for the Connection to
SAP EWM
Use
You can use this procedure to name the logical system that is used in the remote function call
(RFC) connection to SAP EWM.
Procedure

Only refer to the procedure that describes the integration scenario relevant for
your system landscape.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection
...
...
1. In Customizing for the ERP system, choose Integration with Other mySAP.com
Components Extended Warehouse Management Basic Settings for Setting Up the
System Landscape Name Logical System.

This is a cross client-activity.
2. Define the logical system for SAP SCM, for example define SCMCLNT001.
For more information, see the IMG activity documentation.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.1 Connection
See Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection.
Procedure for the ERP to EWM 5.1 Connection

For the integration of SAP ERP and SAP EWM as an add-on, only one client
exists. To enable communication from the ERP system to SAP EWM, however,
it is necessary to create a dummy logical system for SAP EWM.
...
1. In Customizing, choose Integration with Other mySAP.com Components Extended
Warehouse Management Basic Settings for Setting Up the System Landscape
Name Logical System.
2. Define the dummy logical system for SAP EWM, for example P6QEWM800.
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Specifying the SAP APO Release

In this document, SAP Advanced Planning and Optimization (APO) refers to the
core interface (CIF) functionality and not to the APO component.
Use
You can use this procedure to specify the system type and release number of the target
system you are connecting to.
Prerequisite
You have named the target system. For more information about naming the target system,
see Naming the Logical System for Connection to SAP EWM [Page 16].
Procedure

Only refer to the procedure that describes the integration scenario relevant for
your system landscape.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection
...
...
1. In Customizing for the ERP system, choose Integration with mySAP.com Components
Extended Warehouse Management Basic Settings for Setting Up the System
Landscape Specify SAP APO Release.

This is a cross-client activity.
2. Check that an entry for your logical system exists or create the entry. Enter the values
as shown in the following table:
Field Value
Log. System <Logical System Name>, for example
SCMCLNT001 or P6QEWM800
Syst. type
SAP_APO
Release <System Release>, for example 50
For more information, see the IMG activity documentation.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.1 Connection
See Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection.
Procedure for the ERP to EWM 5.1 Connection
See Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection.
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RFC Destinations
To set up the RFC connection between the ERP system and SAP EWM, carry out the
following steps in the order they are given.
...
1. Defining RFC Destinations in ERP [Page 19].
2. Determining RFC Destinations for Method Calls in ERP [Page 21].
3. Defining Internal Workflow Destinations [Page 22].
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Defining RFC Destinations in ERP
Use
You can use this procedure to define remote function call (RFC) destinations in the ERP
system that are used for the connection to the target system.
Procedure

Only refer to the procedure that describes the integration scenario relevant for
your system landscape.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection
...
...
1. In the ERP system, on the SAP Easy Access screen, choose Tools Administration
Administration Network RFC Destinations. Alternatively, call transaction SM59.
2. Select ABAP Connections.
3. Choose Create.
4. Enter the data as shown in the table:
Field Name User Action and Default Values
RFC Destination <SAP SCM system name>CLNT<client>
For example: SCMCLNT001
Connection Type 3 (Connection to SAP R/3)
Description
SCM
Technical Settings tab page
Load Balancing Yes or No (preselected)
Target Host <Target Host Name>
For example: iwdf9199.wdf.sap.corp
System Number <Target System Number>
For example: 00
Logon & Security tab page
Trusted System Yes or No (preselected)
SNC Active or Inactive (preselected)
Language EN (optional)
Client For example: 001
User
ALEREMOTE
Password
<Password>
The password you created in Creating an
RFC User in ERP [Page 13].
Current User Not selected
Unencrypted Password Not selected
5. Save your RFC destination.
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Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.1 Connection
See Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection.
Procedure for the ERP to EWM 5.1 Connection
...
1. On the SAP Easy Access screen, choose Tools Administration Administration
Network RFC Destinations. Alternatively, call transaction SM59.
2. Select ABAP Connections.
3. Choose Create.
4. Enter the data as shown in the table:
Field Name User Action and Default Values
RFC Destination <Logical System Name>, for example
P6QEWM800
Connection Type 3 (Connection to SAP R/3)
Description
EWM
Technical Settings tab page
Load Balancing Yes or No (preselected)
Target Host <Target Host Name>
For example: iwdf9199.wdf.sap.corp
System Number <Target System Number>
For example: 00
Logon & Security tab page
Trusted System Yes or No (preselected)
SNC Active or Inactive (preselected)
Language EN (optional)
Client For example: 800
User
ALEREMOTE
Password
<Password>
The password you created in Creating an
RFC User in ERP [Page 13].
Current User Not selected
Unencrypted Password Not selected
5. Save your RFC destination.
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Determining RFC Destinations for Method Calls in
ERP
Use
You can use this procedure to determine remote function call (RFC) destinations in the ERP
system used for method calls.
Procedure

Only refer to the procedure that describes the integration scenario relevant for
your system landscape.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection
Inthe ...
1. In Customizing for the ERP system, choose SAP NetWeaver Application Server
IDoc Interface/Application Link Enabling (ALE) Communication Determine RFC
Destinations for Method Calls. Alternatively, call transaction BD97.
2. Position the cursor on the relevant logical system, for example SCMCLNT001 or
P6QEWM800.
3. Choose Standard BAPI Destination.
4. Enter the RFC destination created previously (see Defining RFC Destinations in ERP
[Page 19]).
5. Press Enter.
For more information, see the Customizing activity documentation.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.1 Connection
See Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection.
Procedure for the ERP to EWM 5.1 Connection
...
See Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection.
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Defining Internal Workflow Destinations
Use
You can use this procedure to define internal workflow destinations in the ERP system that
are used for the connection to the target system.
Procedure

Only refer to the procedure that describes the integration scenario relevant for
your system landscape.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection
...
...
...
1. In the ERP system, on the SAP Easy Access screen, choose Tools Administration
Administration Network RFC Destinations. Alternatively, call transaction SM59.
2. Choose Create.
3. Enter the data as shown in the table:
Field Name User Action and Default Values
RFC Destination <workflow_local_client number>, for
example workflow_local_001
Where 001 is the ERP client you are working
in.
Connection Type L
Description
Local workflow
Logon & Security tab page
authorization for Destination - leave blank -
Language EN (optional)
Client For example, 001
User For example, WF-Batch
PW Status
<Password>
The password you created in Creating an
RFC User in ERP [Page 13].
4. Save your internal workflow destination.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.1 Connection
See Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection.
Procedure for the ERP to EWM 5.1 Connection
...
...
1. On the SAP Easy Access screen, choose Tools Administration Administration
Network RFC Destinations. Alternatively, call transaction SM59.
2. Choose Create.
3. Enter the data as shown in the table:
Field Name User Action and Default Values
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RFC Destination <workflow_local_client number>, for
example workflow_local_001
Where 001 is the ERP client you are working
in.
Connection Type L
Description
Local workflow
Logon & Security tab page
authorization for Destination - leave blank -
Language EN (optional)
Client For example, 800
User For example, WF-Batch
PW Status
<Password>
The password you created in Creating an
RFC User in ERP [Page 13].
4. Save your internal workflow destination.
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Setting the Target System and Queue Type
Use
You can use this procedure to set the target system and queue type for the transfer of data.
Procedure

Only refer to the procedure that describes the integration scenario relevant for
your system landscape.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection
...
1. In Customizing for the ERP system, choose Integration with mySAP.com Components
Extended Warehouse Management Basic Settings for Setting Up the System
Landscape Set Target System and Queue Type.
2. Check that the data for the relevant logical system exists or enter the data as shown in
the following table:
Field Description Value
Log.System Logical System For example, SCMCLNT001
or P6QEWM800
Q-Type Queue type I (Inbound queue)

The Operation Mode field is automatically maintained with the following IMG
activities:
Generate Integration Models
(Integration with mySAP.com Components Advanced Planning and
Optimization Basic Settings for the Data Transfer Initial Data
Transfer Generate Integration Models)
Activate or Deactivate Integration Model
(Integration with mySAP.com Components Advanced Planning and
Optimization Basic Settings for Data Transfer Initial Data Transfer
Activate or Deactivate Integration Models)
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.1 Connection
See Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection.
Procedure for the ERP to EWM 5.1 Connection
See Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection.
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qRFC Monitor Settings
The ERP system and SAP EWM communicate by means of remote function calls (RFCs). To
maintain the settings for the inbound and outbound queues, carry out the following steps in
the order they are given.
...
1. Maintaining qRFC Monitor (QIN Scheduler) Settings in ERP [Page 26].
2. Maintaining qRFC Monitor (QOUT Scheduler) Settings in ERP [Page 28].
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Maintaining qRFC Monitor (QIN Scheduler)
Settings in ERP
Use
You can use this procedure to make settings for inbound queues in the qRFC monitor (QIN
Scheduler) of the ERP system.
Procedure

Only refer to the procedure that describes the integration scenario relevant for
your system landscape.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection
...
1. In the ERP system, on the SAP Easy Access screen, call transaction SMQR.
2. On the qRFC Monitor (QIN Scheduler) screen, choose Register without activation.
3. Enter the data as shown in the following table:
Field Value
Queue Name <used queue name>, we recommend
that you use either * or any of the
following: CF*, DLV*, EWM*, QI*
Mode
D
Max. Runtime
60
USERDEST - leave blank -
Attempts
30
Pause
300
4. Choose Continue.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.1 Connection
See Procedure for the ERP to EWM 5.1 Connection.
Procedure for the ERP to EWM 5.1 Connection
...
...
1. On the SAP Easy Access screen, call transaction SMQR.
2. On the qRFC Monitor (QIN Scheduler) screen, choose Register without activation.
3. Enter the data as shown in the following table:
Field Value
Queue Name <used queue name>, we recommend
that you use either * or any of the
following: CF*, DLV*, EWM*, QI*, DLW*,
WM*
Mode
D
Max. Runtime
60
USERDEST - leave blank -
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Attempts
30
Pause
300
4. Choose Continue.
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Maintaining qRFC Monitor (QOUT Scheduler)
Settings in ERP
Onthe ...
Use
You can use this procedure to make settings for outbound queues in the qRFC monitor
(QOUT Scheduler) of the ERP system.
Procedure

Only refer to the procedure that describes the integration scenario relevant for
your system landscape.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection
1. In the ERP system, on the SAP Easy Access screen, call transaction SMQS.
2. On the qRFC Monitor (QOUT Scheduler) screen, choose Register without activation.
3. Enter the data as shown in the following table:
Field Value
Destination <RFC Destination>, for example
SCMCLNT001 or P6QEWM800
Max.Conn.
10
Max. Runtime
60
W/o tRFC - leave blank -
4. Choose Continue.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.1 Connection
See Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection.
Procedure for the ERP to EWM 5.1 Connection
See Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection.
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Setting User Parameters for Data Transfer
Use
You can use this procedure to set user parameters that are needed for data transfer using the
APO core interface (CIF).
Procedure

Only refer to the procedure that describes the integration scenario relevant for
your system landscape.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection
...
1. In Customizing for the ERP system, choose Integration with mySAP.com Components
Extended Warehouse Management Basic Settings for Data Transfer Set User
Parameters. Alternatively, call transaction CFC2.
2. Check the entries. If necessary, create an entry with the following data:
User Parameters
Field Value
User Name *, ALEREMOTE
RFC Mode
Q
Logging
D
Debug - leave blank -
For more information, see the IMG activity documentation.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.1 Connection
See Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection.
Procedure for the ERP to EWM 5.1 Connection
...
See Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection.
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Checking Basic Table Entries
Use
You can use this procedure to check ISO codes. ISO codes need to be checked periodically
as they may have changed and may need to be deleted.

The entries in the tables shown below must be identical in all systems, which are
part of your system landscape.
Procedure

Only refer to the procedure that describes the integration scenario relevant for
your system landscape.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection
...
1. On the SAP Easy Access screen, execute transaction code SCMP.
2. Compare the information in the following tables in all of the systems, for example SAP
ERP and SAP SCM:
Fields to Check for ISO Code Information
Table Field Description
T006 ISOCODE Unit of measure
T002 LAISO Language keys
TCURC ISOCD Currency codes
T005 INTCA Countries
3. In Customizing, if necessary, adjust the tables in all systems and provide the same data
in all systems.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.1 Connection
See Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection.
Procedure for the ERP to EWM 5.1 Connection
The procedure described in this topic is not applicable to the integration of ERP with EWM
5.1.
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Additional Material Master Attributes
Additional data can be saved with material master records. To save this data, additional
material master screens have to be activated and maintained. For this purpose, carry out the
following steps in the order they are given.
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1. Activating Additional Material Master Screens [Page 32].
2. Maintaining Additional Screen Sequences [Page 33].
3. Attributing Values to Additional Material Master Fields [Page 34].

If you have specified an output format for product numbers in the ERP system,
you have to specify the same output format for product numbers in SAP EWM.
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Activating Additional Material Master Screens
Use
You can use this procedure to activate additional material master screens in the ERP system.
Procedure

Only refer to the procedure that describes the integration scenario relevant for
your system landscape.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection
...
1. In the ERP system, on the SAP Easy Access screen, choose Tools Customizing
Business Configuration Sets Activation of BC Sets. Alternatively, call transaction
SCPR20.
2. Choose BC set /SPE/MATERIAL_SCREENS.

This BC Set delivers additional entries for screen sequence 21 of the material
master maintenance.
3. On the menu, choose BC Set Activate.
The Activation Options screen appears.
4. Check that the following fields are selected:
Overwrite All Data
Default Mode (Recommend)
5. Choose Continue Activation.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.1 Connection
See Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection.
Procedure for the ERP to EWM 5.1 Connection
...
See Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection.
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Maintaining Additional Screen Sequences
Use
You can use this procedure to maintain the screen sequence for the additional material
master screens in the ERP system.
Procedure

Only refer to the procedure that describes the integration scenario relevant for
your system landscape.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection
...
1. In Customizing for the ERP system, choose Logistics - General Material Master
Configuring the Material Master Maintain Order of Main and Additional Screens.
Alternatively, call transaction OMT3R.
2. Select sequence 21 and display the details by choosing Goto Details in the menu.
3. For screen number 56, enter 300.
4. For screen number 57, enter 310.
5. Choose Save.
For more information, see the IMG activity documentation.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.1 Connection
See Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection.
Procedure for the ERP to EWM 5.1 Connection
See Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection.
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Attributing Values to Additional Material Master
Fields
Use
You can use this procedure to assign values to additional material master fields.
Procedure

Only refer to the procedure that describes the integration scenario relevant for
your system landscape.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection
...
1. In Customizing for the ERP system, choose Integration with Other mySAP.com
Components Extended Warehouse Management Additional Material Attributes
Attribute Values for Additional Material Master Fields.
2. In the following IMG activities, define and save attributes for additional material master
fields:
Define Handling Unit Type
Define Warehouse Storage Condition
Define Warehouse Material Group
Define Handling Indicator
Define Serial Number Profile
Define Quality Inspection Group
For more information, see the individual IMG documentation.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.1 Connection
See Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection.
Procedure for the ERP to EWM 5.1 Connection
See Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection.
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Number Ranges for Deliveries
If you work with unchecked or temporary inbound deliveries, carry out the following steps in
the order they are given.
...
1. Maintaining Number Ranges for Unchecked Deliveries [Page 36] (optional).
2. Maintaining a Deviating Number Range for Unchecked Deliveries [Page 37] (optional).
3. Maintaining Number Ranges for Temporary Inbound Deliveries [Page 38].
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Maintaining Number Ranges for Unchecked
Deliveries
Use
You can use this procedure to maintain number ranges for unchecked deliveries.

This procedure is optional.
Procedure

Only refer to the procedure that describes the integration scenario relevant for
your system landscape.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection
...
1. In the ERP system, on the SAP Easy Access screen, call transaction SNRO.
2. In the Object field, enter RV_BELEG and check whether it already exists.
If it does not exist, choose Create to create the entry.
3. Choose Number Ranges.
4. Choose Change Intervals and check that entries for the number range numbers 24 and
45 have been defined.
If they have not been defined, define the entries and the number range intervals as
shown in the following table:
No From number To number Current number
24 0083000000 0083999999 0
45 0183000000 0183999999 0
5. Choose Save.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.1 Connection
See Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection.
Procedure for the ERP to EWM 5.1 Connection
See Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection.
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Maintaining a Deviating Number Range for
Unchecked Deliveries
Use
You can use this procedure to maintain a deviating number range for unchecked deliveries.

This procedure is optional.
Procedure

Only refer to the procedure that describes the integration scenario relevant for
your system landscape.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection
...
1. In Customizing for the ERP system, choose Logistics Execution Service Parts
Management (SPM) Outbound Process (SPM) Unchecked Deliveries Maintain
Deviating Number Range for Unchecked Deliveries.
2. For the delivery type LF, enter number range 24 in the TmpNr field.
3. To activate the reuse of numbers for unchecked deliveries, set the Reuse indicator.
For more information, see the IMG activity documentation.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.1 Connection
See Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection.
Procedure for the ERP to EWM 5.1 Connection
See Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection.
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Maintaining Number Ranges for Temporary
Inbound Deliveries
Use
You can use this procedure to maintain number ranges for temporary inbound deliveries in
the ERP system.
Procedure

Only refer to the procedure that describes the integration scenario relevant for
your system landscape.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection
...
1. In Customizing for the ERP system, choose Logistics Execution Service Parts
Management (SPM) Extended Inbound Delivery Processing (SPM) Settings for
SPM Inbound Delivery Processing.
2. Create a new entry.
3. Set EL as the delivery type.
4. Select the entry and choose Details.
5. In the Temporary Delivery frame, enter 45 in the Number Ranges for Temporary Inb.
Deliveries field.
6. Choose Save.
For more information, see the IMG activity documentation.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.1 Connection
See Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection.
Procedure for the ERP to EWM 5.1 Connection
See Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection.
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Activating Enhancements for Service Parts
Management (SPM)
Use
You can use this procedure to activate the enhancements for service parts management
(SPM) in the ERP system.
Procedure

Only refer to the procedure that describes the integration scenario relevant for
your system landscape.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection
...
1. In Customizing for the ERP system, choose Logistics Execution Service Parts
Management Activate Enhancements for Service Parts Management (SPM)
Activate Enhancements for Service Parts Management.
2. Create a new entry.
3. In the Customer Type field, choose Service Parts Management active (SPM).
4. Choose Save.
A system message appears.
5. Confirm the message.
For more information, see the IMG activity documentation.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.1 Connection
See Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection.
Procedure for the ERP to EWM 5.1 Connection
See Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection.
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Extended Inbound Delivery
In extended inbound delivery processing, you use profiles to define user roles. The functions
and screens are streamlined to the needs of the user or user group respectively. For this
purpose, carry out the following steps in the order they are given.
...
1. Defining the Profile for Extended Inbound Delivery Processing (VL60) Users [Page 41].
2. Assigning a User for Extended Inbound Delivery Processing (VL60) [Page 42].
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Defining the Profile for Extended Inbound Delivery
Processing (VL60) Users
Use
You can use this procedure to define a user group based on one of the following:
The roles performed by a set of users
The organizational needs of your company
Procedure

Only refer to the procedure that describes the integration scenario relevant for
your system landscape.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection
...
...
1. In Customizing for the ERP system, choose Logistics Execution Service Parts
Management (SPM) Extended Inbound Delivery Processing (SPM) UI Profiles
Maintain Profile Assign Users. Alternatively, call transaction VL60P2.
2. Choose New Entries.
3. Create a user group, for example VL60ALL, and press Enter.
4. Select the user group you created.
5. In the Dialog Structure, do the following:
a. Double-click Assignment User - User Groups
b. Choose New Entries
c. Enter all users
d. For each user, select the Default Group indicator
e. In the Dialog Structure, double-click Assignment Profiles - User Groups
f. Choose New Entries
g. Assign profile VL60ALL and select the Default Profile indicator
6. Choose Save.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.1 Connection
See Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection.
Procedure for the ERP to EWM 5.1 Connection
See Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection.
...
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Assigning a User for Extended Inbound Delivery
Processing (VL60)
Use
You can use this procedure to assign a user for extended inbound delivery processing.
Prerequisite
You created an RFC user in the ERP system. For more information, see Creating an RFC
User in ERP [Page 13].
Procedure

Only refer to the procedure that describes the integration scenario relevant for
your system landscape.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection
...
1. In Customizing for the ERP system, choose Logistics Execution Service Parts
Management (SPM) Extended Inbound Delivery Processing (SPM) UI Profiles
Maintain Profile Assign Users.
2. Select the user group assigned to profile VL60ALL, for example select user group
VL60ALL.
3. In the Dialog Structure, double-click Assignment User - User Groups.
4. Choose New Entries.
5. Enter the RFC user, for example ALEREMOTE, and select the Default Group indicator.
6. Choose Save.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.1 Connection
See Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection.
Procedure for the ERP to EWM 5.1 Connection
...
See Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection.
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Assigning Warehouse Number to Plant and
Storage Location
Use
You can use this procdefure to assign a warehouse number to the plant and storage location.
Prerequisite
In the ERP system, you have created the following objects:
A plant
Storage location(s)
A warehouse number
Procedure

Only refer to the procedure that describes the integration scenario relevant for
your system landscape.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection
...
1. In Customizing for the ERP system, choose Enterprise Structure Assignment
Logistics Execution Assign warehouse number to plant/storage location.
2. Create assignments by entering data in the following fields:
Plnt, for example plant no. 0001
SLoc, for example storage location ROD and AFS
WhN Number, for example warehouse no. EW1
3. Choose Save.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.1 Connection
See Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection.
Procedure for the ERP to EWM 5.1 Connection
See Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection.
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Assigning Shipping Points to Plants
Use
You can use this procedure to assign shipping points to plants. One shipping point can belong
to several plants.
Procedure

Only refer to the procedure that describes the integration scenario relevant for
your system landscape.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection
...
1. In Customizing for the ERP system, choose Enterprise Structure Assignment
Logistics Execution Assign shipping point to plant.
2. Assign all possible combinations to the plant, for example to plant 0001.
3. Choose Save.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.1 Connection
See Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection.
Procedure for the ERP to EWM 5.1 Connection
See Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection.
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Maintaining Shipping Point Assignment to Plant
Use
You can use this procedure to allocate the shipping points to the desired combinations of
shipping condition and loading group for each plant.
Procedure

Only refer to the procedure that describes the integration scenario relevant for
your system landscape.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection
...
1. In Customizing for the ERP system, choose Logistics Execution Shipping Basic
Shipping Functions Shipping Point and Goods Receiving Point Determination
Assign Shipping Points.
2. Assign the shipping points to the plant, for example to plant 0001, with all possible
combinations.
3. Choose Save.
For more information, see the IMG activity documentation.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.1 Connection
See Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection.
Procedure for the ERP to EWM 5.1 Connection
See Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection.
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Assigning Goods Receiving Points for Inbound
Delivery
Use
You can use this procedure to assign one or several goods receiving points to the
combination of plant and storage location.

If you do not carry out this step, transaction VL60 displays an error message.
Procedure

Only refer to the procedure that describes the integration scenario relevant for
your system landscape.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection
...
...
1. In Customizing for the ERP system, choose Logistics Execution Shipping Basic
Shipping Functions Shipping Point and Goods Receiving Point Determination
Assign Goods Receiving Points for Inbound Deliveries.
2. Enter values for the following fields:
a. Plant, for example 0001
b. Stor. Loc., for example ROD and AFS
c. Shipping Point, for example 0001
d. Sequence Number, for example 1
3. Choose Save.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.1 Connection
See Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection.
Procedure for the ERP to EWM 5.1 Connection
See Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection.
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Organizational Structures in the ERP System
Organizational structures in the ERP system reflect the legal and organizational structure of
your company. To customize organizational structures in the ERP system, carry out the
following steps in the order they are given.
...
1. Maintaining Extended Warehouse Management-Specific Parameters [Page 48].
2. Defining the Queue for Extended Warehouse Management [Page 49].
3. Logging Sent and Received Messages [Page 50] (optional).
4. Registering the Navigation from the Queue [Page 51].
5. Generating the Distribution Model for ERP to EWM [Page 52].
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Maintaining Extended Warehouse Management-
Specific Parameters
Use
You can use this procedure to maintain EWM-specific parameters.
Procedure

Only refer to the procedure that describes the integration scenario relevant for
your system landscape.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection
...
1. In Customizing for the ERP system, choose Logistics Execution Service Parts
Management (SPM) Integrate SPM with Other Components Maintain Extended
WM-Specific Parameters.
2. Select or enter the warehouse numbers, for example EW1, which need to be mapped to
SAP EWM.
3. Enter or select the data as shown in the following table:
Field Value
Ext. WM E ERP with Extended Warehouse
Management
Comm. WM Q queued and serialized asynchronous RFC
UD Set this indicator if there are unchecked
deliveries
Dist. Mode Distribution immediately at Document Creation
SN Dec. WM Set this indicator for allowing serial numbers in
a decentralized WM
For more information, see the Customizing activity documentation.
4. Choose Save.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.1 Connection
See Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection.
Procedure for the ERP to EWM 5.1 Connection
See Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection.
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Defining the Queue for Extended Warehouse
Management
Use
This procedure enables you to define the queue for Extended Warehouse Management
(EWM).
Procedure

Only refer to the procedure that describes the integration scenario relevant for
your system landscape.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection
...
1. In Customizing for the ERP system, choose Logistics Execution Service Parts
Management (SPM) Integrate SPM with Other Components Define Queue for
Transfer to Extended WM.
2. Create a new entry for the EWM logical destination, for example SCMCLNT001 or
P6QEWM800.
3. Enter or select the data as shown in the following table:
Field Value
Receiver
<Name of the Logical Destination>,
for example SCMCLNT001 or P6QEWM800
Queue Inbound queue
Agg SQueue No aggregation
MQueue Act Mass Queue disabled (=> Single Queue)
MQueue Par 1
4. Choose Save.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.1 Connection
See Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection.
Procedure for the ERP to EWM 5.1 Connection
See Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection.
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Logging Sent and Received Messages
Use
This procedure allows you to log sent and received messages.

This procedure is optional.
Procedure

Only refer to the procedure that describes the integration scenario relevant for
your system landscape.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection
...
...
1. In Customizing for the ERP system, choose Logistics Execution Service Parts
Management (SPM) Integrate SPM with Other Components Log Sent and
Received Messages.
2. Choose New Entries.
3. For Log received and Log send, select log success + error messages from the pull-
down list.
For more information, see the IMG activity documentation.
4. Choose Save.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.1 Connection
See Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection.
Procedure for the ERP to EWM 5.1 Connection
See Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection.
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Registering the Navigation from the Queue
Use
This procedure allows you to register the navigation from a queue to the application log.
Procedure

Only refer to the procedure that describes the integration scenario relevant for
your system landscape.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection
...
1. In Customizing for the ERP system, choose Logistics Execution Service Parts
Management (SPM) Integrate SPM with Other Components Register navigation
from Queue.
2. Choose Register and Execute.
For more information, see the IMG activity documentation.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.1 Connection
See Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection.
Procedure for the ERP to EWM 5.1 Connection
See Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection.
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Generating the Distribution Model for ERP to EWM
Use
You can use this procedure to generate the distribution model for the ERP system to
Extended Warehouse Management (EWM).
Procedure

Only refer to the procedure that describes the integration scenario relevant for
your system landscape.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection
...
1. In Customizing for the ERP system, choose Logistics Execution Service Parts
Management (SPM) Integrate SPM with Other Components Generate Distribution
model ERP => EWM. Alternativerly, call transaction /SPE/OL19.
2. Enter data in the following fields:
...
a. Warehouse Number, for example EW1
b. EWM's Logical System, for example SCMCLNT001 or P6QEWM800
c. Distribution Model view, for example EWM
3. In the Objects screen area, select Both to create entries for inbound and outbound
deliveries for each ERP warehouse.
4. In the Action screen area, select Create entries.
5. Choose Execute.
A protocol for all selected warehouses is created.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.1 Connection
See Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection.
Procedure for the ERP to EWM 5.1 Connection
See Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection.
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Defining Delivery Split by Warehouse Number
Use
You can use this procedure to define settings so that deliveries in one warehouse are created
automatically for specific warehouse numbers and delivery types, and if necessary, a delivery
split is completed.
Procedure

Only refer to the procedure that describes the integration scenario relevant for
your system landscape.
...
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection
1. In Customizing for the ERP system, choose Logistics Execution Shipping
Deliveries Define Split Criteria for Deliveries Delivery Split by Warehouse
Number.
A selection screen appears.
2. Choose Define delivery split per delivery type.
3. Define the delivery split, for example for the delivery type EL and LF, by setting the
Delivry Split WhNo indicator.
4. Save your settings.
5. Choose Back to return to the previous screen.
6. Choose Determine the delivery split per warehouse number.
7. Set the Deliv.split by whse number indicator for the delivery types for the warehouses
you use in SAP EWM.
8. Save your settings.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.1 Connection
See Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection.
Procedure for the ERP to EWM 5.1 Connection
See Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection.
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Maintenance of Object and Class Types
If your system needs to consider classified batches, carry out the following steps in the order
they are given.
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1. Maintain object types and class types [Page 55].
2. Maintain characteristics for batches [Page 56].
3. Create classes for batches [Page 58].
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Maintaining Object Types and Class Types in ERP
Use
You can us this procedure to maintain object types and class types.
Procedure

Only refer to the procedure that describes the integration scenario relevant for
your system landscape.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection
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1. In Customizing for the ERP system, choose Cross-Application Components
Classification System Classes Maintain Object Types and Class Types.
2. Create an organizational area for batches in table MCHA.
3. Enter the following values:
Class type: 023
Org. area: A
Org. area description: for example, SPE_COO
4. Choose Save.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.1 Connection
See Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection.
Procedure for the ERP to EWM 5.1 Connection
The procedure described in this topic is not applicable to the integration of ERP with EWM
5.1.
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Maintaining Characteristics for Batches
Use
You can use this procedure to check if characteristics for batches exist in the ERP system. In
addition, new characteristics can be created.
Procedure

Only refer to the procedure that describes the integration scenario relevant for
your system landscape.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection
...
...
1. In the ERP system, on the SAP Easy Access screen, choose Cross-Application
Components Classification System Master Data. Alternatively, call transaction
CT04.
2. Create the following characteristics if you need them:
a. LOBM_HERKL - country of origin
b. LOBM_VFDAT - expiration date, shelf life
c. LOBM_ZUSTD - status of batch
d. LOBM_HSDAT - date when batch was produced
e. LOBM_QNDAT - next insp. date for batch
f. LOBM_LVORM - deletion ind. for batches
g. LOBM_VERAB - availability date

The above mentioned example characteristics are standard characteristics, that
can be copied from client 000. For more information, see the IMG
documentation in the ERP system under Logistics - General Batch
Management Batch Valuation Update Standard Characteristics.
3. Create an additional characteristic to be used as a dummy, for example SP_Dummy.

Characteristic SP_Dummy is necessary for data transfer using the core interface
(CIF). If SP_Dummy does not exist, the data transfer using CIF fails and the the
error message CLASS SPE_COO does not exi st is displayed.
4. Choose Change.
5. On the Basic Data tab, enter the following values:
Field Value
Status
Released
Data Type
Character Format
Number of Characters
2
6. On the Description tab, enter the following values:
Field Value
Language
EN
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Description
SP_Dummy
7. On the Addnl data tab, in the Procedure for Value Assignment frame, set the indicator
for the following entries:
Not Ready for Input
No Display
8. Enter any relevant information on the remaining tab pages.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.1 Connection
See Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection.
Procedure for the ERP to EWM 5.1 Connection
The procedure described in this topic is not applicable to the integration of ERP with EWM
5.1.
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Creating Classes for Batches
Use
You can use this procedure to create classes for batches.
Prerequisites
You have previously specified the characteristics for batches, see Maintaining Characteristics
for Batches [Page 56].
Procedure

Only refer to the procedure that describes the integration scenario relevant for
your system landscape.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection
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1. In the ERP system, on the SAP Easy Access screen, choose Cross-Application
Components Classification System Master Data Classes. Alternatively, call
transaction CL02.
2. In the Class field, enter the name of the class, for example SPE_COO.
3. In the Class type field, enter 023.
4. Choose Create.
5. On the Basic Data tab, enter the following values:
Field Value
Description
COO
Status
Released
Organizational Area
A
6. On the Keywords tab, enter SPE_COO as a keyword.
7. On the Char tab, do the following:
Enter the characteristics specified and attribute Org. Area A to all of them.
Set the Display Rel. indicator for class SPE_COO.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.1 Connection
See Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection.
Procedure for the ERP to EWM 5.1 Connection
The procedure described in this topic is not applicable to the integration of ERP with EWM
5.1.
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Activating Business Configuration Sets (BC Sets)
Use
You can use this procedure to activate Business Configuration Sets (BC Sets) in the ERP
system.

BC Sets can only be activated if there is no production client in the system.

Activating a BC Set copies all data from the BC Set into the original tables. The
existing entries in the original tables are overwritten.
Procedure

Only refer to the procedure that describes the integration scenario relevant for
your system landscape.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection
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1. In the ERP system, on the SAP Easy Access screen, choose Tools Customizing
Business Configuration Sets Activation of BC Sets. Alternatively, call transaction
SCPR20.
2. In the BC Set input field, enter /SPE/COMPLETE and choose Enter.

This BC Set comprises the BC Sets named in the following table.
BC Set Description
/SPE/MATERIAL_SCREENS Material master setup for additional EWM fields
/SPE/TVSHP Global shipping setup for EWM
/SPE/SPM_RETURNS_SHIPPED_IMG Complaints & Returns Customizing including
QM catalogs and ALE process codes for
communication with SCM-SNC
/SPE/STO_DISCREPANCIES POD Customizing and output control
/SPE/TRANSPORTATION_CROSS_DOCK TCD Customizing and output control
/SPE/TNAPR Output types for POD, TCD, and STO
processes
3. In the menu, choose BC Set Activate.
The Activation Options screen appears.
4. Check that the following fields are selected:
Overwrite All Data
Default Mode (Recommend)
5. Choose Continue Activation.

For technical reasons, we recommend that you activate the BC Sets more than
once.
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For more information, see the individual BC Set documentation.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.1 Connection
See Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection.
Procedure for the ERP to EWM 5.1 Connection
See Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection.
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Configuration Settings for SAP SCM
Purpose
You can use this process to make configuration settings in SAP SCM that are needed for the
integration with the ERP system. By connecting the two applications, you can transfer data
from the SAP EWM component, which is relevant for processes in the ERP system, to the
ERP system.
Prerequisites
You have installed and correctly configured the following systems on SAP NetWeaver 7.0
(2004s):
SAP ERP 6.0
SAP SCM 5.0 or SAP SCM 5.1
You have configured the ERP system for connection to SAP SCM, see Configuration Settings
for the ERP System [Page 11].
Process Flow
Ensure that you follow the steps in exactly the order in which they are presented:
...
1. Create an RFC user in SCM [Page 63].
2. Assign the logical system [Page 65].
3. Name the logical system for the connection to SAP ERP [Page 66].
4. Define RFC destinations [Page 67].
5. Maintain a business system group [Page 69].
6. Assign logical system and queue type [Page 70].
7. Determine RFC destinations for method calls [Page 72].
8. Maintain qRFC Monitor settings, see Maintenance of qRFC Monitor Settings [Page 73].
9. Define a separate business system [Page 76].
10. Define the business system [Page 77].
11. Define the outbound communication [Page 79].
12. Set control parameters for the ERP version control [Page 80]
13. Check the basic table entries [Page 81].
14. Verify synchronization of the ERP system and EWM [Page 82].
15. Define the processing of deliveries, see Delivery Processing [Page 84].
16. Maintain the object and class types for classfication [Page 90].
17. Define the warehouse numbers [Page 91].
18. Map the warehouse numbers [Page 92].
19. Activate user exits [Page 93].

This step is only valid for the ERP and SCM 5.0 integration.
20. Activate business add-ins, see Activating Business Add-Ins (BAdIs) [Page 95]
(optional).
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This step is only valid for the ERP and SCM 5.1 integration.
21. Define availability groups [Page 102].
22. Define the transportation group [Page 103] (optional).
23. Define the settings for the Logistic Inventory Management Engine (LIME) [Page 104].
24. Define the warehouse number ranges [Page 111].
25. Define the warehouse number ranges for HUs [Page 114].
26. Check the SAP APO model and planning version [Page 116].
Result
You have configured SAP SCM to connect with the ERP system.
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Creating an RFC User in SCM
Use
You can use this procedure to create an RFC user in SAP SCM for the integration with SAP
ERP.
Procedure

Only refer to the procedure that describes the integration scenario relevant for
your system landscape.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection
...
1. In SAP SCM, on the SAP Easy Access screen, choose Tools Administration User
Maintenance Users. Alternatively, call transaction SU01.
2. In the User field, enter ALEREMOTE.
3. Choose Create.
4. In the Maintain User screen, enter the following data:
Field Name Value
Address tab page
Last Name
ALEREMOTE
Logon Data tab page
User Type
Communication (C)

If you are connecting SAP EWM to an ERP
system, you have to use a User Type D for
debugging purposes.
Password
<Password>
Profile tab page
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Profiles Choose profile.
For the integration with the ERP system the
following profiles are recommended:
SAP_APP
S_BI-WX_RFC
See SAP Notes 150315 and 784891.

Attention: Do not assign too many rights to
this technical user. If, for example, technical
users for RFC connections have too many
authorizations, RFC administrators from the
calling system can easily log on to the called
system and abuse the technical users
authorizations. 70% of all attacks on systems
come from within the attacked company.
Use the profile generator (transaction PFCG)
to define an appropriate profile.
See also SAP Note 727839.
Roles tab page Enter role SAP_RFC_ALEREMOTE
Defaults tab page
Logon Language
EN
5. Choose Save.

Do not change the password of this user because it is used in RFC connections.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.1 Connection
See Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection.
Procedure for the ERP to EWM 5.1 Connection
The procedure described in this topic is not applicable to the integration of ERP with EWM
5.1.
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Assigning a Logical System to a Client
Use
You can use this procedure to assign a logical system to the client in SAP SCM for SAP
SCM.
Procedure

Only refer to the procedure that describes the integration scenario relevant for
your system landscape.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection
...
...
1. In Customizing for SAP SCM, choose Integration with SAP Components Integration
via APO Core Interface (CIF) Basic Settings for Creating the System Landscape
Assign Logical Systems to a Client.

This is a cross-client activity.
2. Check whether the logical system for the SCM client exists, for example SCMCLNT001.
If it does not exist, define the logical system for the ERP client first. For information on
how to define a logical system, see Naming the Logical System for the Connection to
SAP ERP [Page 66].
For more information, see the IMG activity documentation.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.1 Connection
See Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection.
Procedure for the ERP to EWM 5.1 Connection
The procedure described in this topic is not applicable to the integration of ERP with EWM
5.1.
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Naming the Logical System for the Connection to
SAP ERP
Use
You can use this procedure to name the logical system that is used in the remote function call
(RFC) connection to SAP ERP.
Procedure

Only refer to the procedure that describes the integration scenario relevant for
your system landscape.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection
...
1. In Customizing for SAP SCM, choose Integration with SAP Components Integration
via APO Core Interface (CIF) Basic Settings for Creating the System Landscape
Name Logical Systems.
2. Define the logical systems for SAP SCM and SAP ERP, for example SCMCLNT001 and
ERPCLNT001.
For more information, see the IMG activity documentation.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.1 Connection
See Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection.
Procedure for the ERP to EWM 5.1 Connection
...
...
The procedure described in this topic is not applicable to the integration of ERP with EWM
5.1.
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Defining RFC Destinations
Use
You can use this procedure to define remote function call (RFC) destinations that are used for
the connection to the ERP system.
Procedure

Only refer to the procedure that describes the integration scenario relevant for
your system landscape.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection
...
...
1. In Customizing for SAP SCM, choose Integration with SAP Components Integration
via APO Core Interface (CIF) Basic Settings for Creating the System Landscape
Set Up RFC Destination. Alternatively, call transaction SM59.
2. Select ABAP Connections.
3. Choose Create.
4. Enter the data as shown in the table:
Field Name User Action and Default Values
RFC Destination <ERP system name>CLNT<client>, for
example ERPCLNT001
Connection Type 3 (Connection to ERP system)
Description
ERP system
Technical Settings tab page
Load Balancing Yes or No (preselected)
Target Host <Target Host Name>
For example: pwdf0503.wdf.sap.corp
System Number <Target System Number>
For example: 21
Logon & Security tab page
Trusted System Yes or No (preselected)
SNC Active or Inactive (preselected)
Language
EN
Client For example: 001
User
ALEREMOTE
Password
<Password>
The password you have created in Creating
an RFC User in SCM [Page 63].
Current User Not selected
Unencrypted Password Not selected
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5. Save your RFC destination.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.1 Connection
See Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection.
Procedure for the ERP to EWM 5.1 Connection
...
1. In Customizing, choose SCM Extended Warehouse Management SCM Basis
Integration Basic Settings for Creating the System Landscape Set Up RFC
Destination. Alternatively, call transaction SM59.
2. Select ABAP Connections.
3. Choose Create.
4. Enter the data as shown in the table:
Field Name User Action and Default Values
RFC Destination <ERP system name>CLNT<client>, for
example P6QCLNT800
Connection Type 3 (Connection to ERP system)
Description
ERP system
Technical Settings tab page
Load Balancing Yes or No (preselected)
Target Host <Target Host Name>
For example: iwdf9199.wdf.sap.corp
System Number <Target System Number>
For example: 00
Logon & Security tab page
Trusted System Yes or No (preselected)
SNC Active or Inactive (preselected)
Language
EN
Client For example: 800
User
ALEREMOTE
Password
<Password>
The password you have created in Creating
an RFC User in ERP [Page 13].
Current User Not selected
Unencrypted Password Not selected
5. Save your RFC destination.
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Maintaining Business System Groups
Use
You can use this procedure to maintain business system groups (BSGs).
Procedure

Only refer to the procedure that describes the integration scenario relevant for
your system landscape.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection
...
1. In Customizing for SAP SCM, choose Integration with SAP Components Integration
via APO Core Interface(CIF) Basic Settings for Creating the System Landscape
Maintain Business System Group.
2. Enter the name of the business system group for the ERP system, for example
ERP001.

We recommend that you enter a name, which relates to the system and the
client you are integrating.
3. Choose Save.
For more information, see the IMG activity documentation.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.1 Connection
See Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection.
Procedure for the ERP to EWM 5.1 Connection
...
1. In Customizing, choose SCM Extended Warehouse Management SCM Basis
Integration Basic Settings for Creating the System Landscape Maintain Business
System Group.
2. Enter the name of the business system group for the ERP system, for example
P6Q800.

We recommend that you enter a name, which relates to the system and the
client you are integrating.
3. Choose Save.
For more information, see the IMG activity documentation.
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Assigning Logical System and Queue Types
...
Use
You can use this procedure to assign the logical system and queue types to a business
system group (BSG).
Prerequisite
You have assigned all systems that are part of your system landscape to the same BSG.
Procedure

Only refer to the procedure that describes the integration scenario relevant for
your system landscape.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection
...
1. In Customizing for SAP SCM, choose Integration with SAP Components Integration
via APO Core Interface (CIF) Basic Settings for Creating the System Landscape
Assign Logical System and Queue Type.
2. Create entries using inbound queues in the Assignment of Logical System to Business
System Group table, for example, for the two-client scenario for SAP SCM:
ERP001
BusSystGrp Logical
System
SAP System Release Queue Type
ERP001 SCMCLNT001 50 Inbound
Queues
ERP001 ERPCLNT001 X 600 Inbound
Queues
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.1 Connection
...
1. In Customizing for SAP SCM, choose Integration with SAP Components Integration
via APO Core Interface (CIF) Basic Settings for Creating the System Landscape
Assign Logical System and Queue Type.
2. Create entries using inbound queues in the Assignment of Logical System to Business
System Group table, for example, for the two-client scenario for SAP SCM:
ERP001
BusSystGrp Logical
System
SAP System Release Queue Type
ERP001 SCMCLNT001 51 Inbound
Queues
ERP001 ERPCLNT001 X 600 Inbound
Queues
Procedure for the ERP to EWM 5.1 Connection
...
...
1. In Customizing, choose SCM Extended Warehouse Management SCM Basis
Integration Basic Settings for Creating the System Landscape Assign Logical
System and Queue Type.
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2. Create entries using inbound queues in the Assignment of Logical System to Business
System Group table, for examples of entries, see the following table:
BusSystGrp Logical
System
SAP System Release Queue Type
P6Q800 P6QCLNT800 600 Inbound
Queues

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Determining RFC Destinations for Method Calls in
EWM
Use
You can use this procedure to determine remote function call (RFC) destinations used for
method calls.
Procedure

Only refer to the procedure that describes the integration scenario relevant for
your system landscape.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection
...
1. In Customizing for SAP SCM, choose SAP Web Application Server IDoc
Interface/Application Link Enabling (ALE) Communication Determine RFC
Destination for Method Calls. Alternatively, call transaction BD97.
The Assign RFC Destinations for Synchronous Method Calls screen appears.
2. Select the logical system, for example ERPCLNT001, and choose Standard BAPI
destination.
3. In the RFC destination for BAPI calls field, enter the name of the RFC destination.
4. Choose Save.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.1 Connection
See Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection.
Procedure for the ERP to EWM 5.1 Connection
...
...
1. On the SAP Easy Access screen, call transaction SE38.
2. In the Program field, enter /SCWM/R_ERP_RFC_DEST.
3. Choose Execute.
4. In the RFC destination field, enter or select the name of the RFC destination, for
example P6QCLNT800.
5. Choose Execute.
For more information, see the documentation for the report.
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Maintenance of the qRFC Monitor Settings
To maintain the settings for the qRFC Monitor for both inbound and outbound queues, carry
out the following steps in the order they are given.
...
1. Maintaining qRFC Monitor (QIN Scheduler) Settings in EWM [Page 74].
2. Maintaining qRFC Monitor (QOUT Scheduler) Settings in EWM [Page 75].
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Maintaining qRFC Monitor (QIN Scheduler)
Settings in EWM
Use
You can use this procedure to make settings for inbound queues in the qRFC monitor (QIN
Scheduler).
Procedure

Only refer to the procedure that describes the integration scenario relevant for
your system landscape.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection
...
1. In SAP SCM, on the SAP Easy Access screen, call transaction SMQR.
2. On the qRFC Monitor (QIN Scheduler) screen, choose Register without activation.
3. Enter the data as shown in the following table:
Field Value
Queue name <used queue name>, we recommend
that you use *
Mode
D
Max. Runtime
60
USERDEST - l eave bl ank -
Attempts
30
Pause
300
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.1 Connection
See Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection.
Procedure for the ERP to EWM 5.1 Connection
The procedure described in this topic is not applicable to the integration of ERP with EWM
5.1.
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Maintaining qRFC Monitor (QOUT Scheduler)
Settings in EWM
Use
You can use this procedure to make settings for outbound queues in the qRFC monitor
(QOUT Scheduler).
Procedure

Only refer to the procedure that describes the integration scenario relevant for
your system landscape.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection
...
1. In SAP SCM, on the SAP Easy Access screen, call transaction SMQS.
2. On the qRFC Monitor (QOUT Scheduler) screen, choose Register without activation.
3. Enter the data as shown in the following table:
Field Value
Destination <RFC Destination>, for example
ERPCLNT001
Max.Conn.
10
Max. Runtime
60
W/o tRFC - leave blank -
4. Choose Continue.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.1 Connection
See Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection.
Procedure for the ERP to EWM 5.1 Connection
...
1. On the SAP Easy Access screen, call transaction SMQS.
2. On the qRFC Monitor (QOUT Scheduler) screen, choose Register without activation.
3. Enter the data as shown in the following table:
Field Value
Destination <RFC Destination>, for example
P6QCLNT800
Max.Conn.
10
Max. Runtime
60
W/o tRFC - leave blank -
4. Choose Continue.
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Defining a Separate Business System
Use
You can use this procedure to name the business system of the system you have installed
SAP EWM on.
Procedure

Only refer to the procedure that describes the integration scenario relevant for
your system landscape.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection

In this integration scenario, SAP EWM is a component of SAP SCM. Therefore,
you name the business system of SAP SCM.
...
1. In SAP SCM, on the SAP Easy Access screen, call transaction SM30.
2. In the Table/View field, enter /SCMB/TOWNBS.
3. Choose Display.
4. Check whether a business system has been named. If it has not been named, create
an entry by choosing New Entries.
5. Enter the name of your own business system, for example SCM_001.
For more information, see the IMG activity documentation.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.1 Connection
See Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection.
Procedure for the ERP to EWM 5.1 Connection

In this integration scenario, SAP EWM is an add-on application of SAP ERP.
Therefore, you name the business system of SAP ERP.
...
1. In Customizing, choose SCM Extended Warehouse Management Extended
Warehouse Management Interfaces ERP Integration General Settings
Define Separate Business System.
2. Check whether a business system has been named. If it has not been named, create
an entry by choosing New Entries.
3. Enter the name of your own business system, for example P6Q_800.
For more information, see the IMG activity documentation.
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Defining the Business System
Use
You can use this procedure to name the business system and all systems that are part of the
system landscape.
Prerequisite
You have defined the logical system.
Procedure

Only refer to the procedure that describes the integration scenario relevant for
your system landscape.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection
...
1. In Customizing for SAP SCM, choose Extended Warehouse Management Interfaces
ERP Integration General Settings Define Business System.
2. Create a new entry for each system that is part of your system landscape.
For example, enter the following values:
Field Value
Business System <Bus System name>, for example ERP_001
and SCM_001
Logical System <Log System name>, for example
ERPCLNT001 and SCMCLNT001
Manual Maint. Flag set. Event has occurred.
3. Save your entry.
For more information, see the IMG activity documentation.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.1 Connection
See Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection.
Procedure for the ERP to EWM 5.1 Connection
...
1. In Customizing, choose SCM Extended Warehouse Management Extended
Warehouse Management Interfaces ERP Integration General Settings
Define Business System.
2. Create a new entry.
For example, enter the following values:
Field Value
Business System <Bus System name>, for example P6Q_800
Logical System <Log System name>, for example
P6QCLNT800
Manual Maint. Flag set. Event has occurred.
3. Save your entry.
For more information, see the IMG activity documentation.
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Result
All named business systems are added to table /SCMB/TBUSSYS.

If you use a System Landscape Directory (SLD), you need to ensure that the
key name of the business system (BSKEY) used in SLD is the same as the one
used in table /SCMB/TBUSSYS when the Manual Maint. field is set to Flag is
Not Set.
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Defining Outbound Communication
Use
You can use this procedure to define outbound communication.
Procedure

Only refer to the procedure that describes the integration scenario relevant for
your system landscape.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection
In...
1. In Customizing for SAP SCM, choose Extended Warehouse Management Interfaces
ERP Integration General Settings Control for RFC Queue.
2. Enter or select your Business System for Outbound Queues, for example ERP_001.
3. Choose No Aggregation and Mass Queue Deactivated (=> Individual Queue).
4. Define Queue Type I for connection to the ERP system.
5. Choose Save.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.1 Connection
See Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection.
Procedure for the ERP to EWM 5.1 Connection
...
1. In Customizing, choose SCM Extended Warehouse Management Extended
Warehouse Management Interfaces ERP Integration General Settings
Control for RFC Queue.
2. Enter or select your Business System for Outbound Queues, for example P6Q_800.
3. Choose No Aggregation and Mass Queue Deactivated (=> Individual Queue).
4. Define Queue Type I for connection to the ERP system.
5. Choose Save.
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Setting Control Parameters for the ERP Version
Control
Use
You can use this procedure to set control parameters for the ERP version control.
Prerequisites
You have defined a business system, see Defining the Business System [Page 77].
Procedure

Only refer to the procedure that describes the integration scenario relevant for
your system landscape.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection
...
1. In Customizing for SAP SCM, choose Extended Warehouse Management Interfaces
ERP Integration General Settings Set Control Parameters for ERP Version
Control.
2. Choose New Entries.
3. Enter data in the following fields:
Business System, for example ERP_001.
SAP Release
4. Choose Save.
For more information, see the IMG activity documentation.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.1 Connection
...
See Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection.
Procedure for the ERP to EWM 5.1 Connection
...
...
1. In Customizing, choose SCM Extended Warehouse Management Extended
Warehouse Management Interfaces ERP Integration General Settings Set
Control Parameters for ERP Version Control.
2. Choose New Entries.
3. Enter data in the following fields:
Business System, for example P6Q_800.
SAP Release
4. Choose Save.
For more information, see the IMG activity documentation.
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Checking Basic Table Entries
Use
You can use this procedure to check ISO codes. ISO codes need to be checked periodically
as they may have changed and may need to be deleted.

The entries in the tables shown below must be identical in all systems, which are
part of your system landscape.
Procedure

Only refer to the procedure that describes the integration scenario relevant for
your system landscape.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection
...
1. On the SAP Easy Access screen, execute transaction code SCMP.
2. Compare the information in the following tables in all of the systems, for example SAP
ERP and SAP SCM:
Fields to Check for ISO Code Information
Table Field Description
T006 ISOCODE Unit of measure
T002 LAISO Language keys
TCURC ISOCD Currency codes
T005 INTCA Countries
3. In Customizing, if necessary, adjust the tables in all systems and provide the same data
in all systems.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.1 Connection
See Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection.
Procedure for the ERP to EWM 5.1 Connection
The procedure described in this topic is not applicable to the integration of ERP with EWM
5.1.
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Verifying Synchronization of the ERP System and
EWM
Use
You can use this procedure to verify the synchronization of the ERP system and EWM.

We recommend that you assign internal number ranges to customers and
vendors that are different from those of business partners. If they are the same,
problems arise when transferring the data using the core interface (CIF).
Procedure

Only refer to the procedure that describes the integration scenario relevant for
your system landscape.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection
...
1. In SAP SCM, on the SAP Easy Access screen, call transaction SM30.
2. In the Table/View field, enter the name of the SAP SCM table as shown in the table
below and choose Customizing.
If the Choose Customizing Project pop-up appears, choose Continue w/o Specifiying
Project.
3. Check whether the table entries in SAP SCM are the same as those you defined in the
ERP system.
Customizing Entries
Table Item Table in SAP SCM Table in SAP ERP
HANDLINGINDICATOR /SCMB/THNDLCD THNDLCD
HANDLINGUNITTYPES /SCWM/THUTYP THUTYP
PACKAGINGMATERIALTYPES /SCWM/TPMTYP V_TVTY
PACKINGGROUPS /SCWM/TPACKGR V_TVEGR
WAREHOUSEPRODUCTGROUP /SCMB/TWHMATGR TWHMATGR
WHSESTORAGECONDITION /SCMB/TWHSTC TWHSTC
WHSESERIALIZATIONNUMBERPROFILES /SCWM/TSERIAL TSERIAL
No Customizing Entries
Table Item Table in SAP SCM Table in SAP ERP
WHSEQAULITYINSPECTIONGROUP /SCWM/TQGRP TQGRP
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.1 Connection
See Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection.
Procedure for the ERP to EWM 5.1 Connection
...
1. On the SAP Easy Access screen, call transaction SM30.
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2. In the Table/View field, enter the name of the SAP EWM table as shown in the table
below and choose Customizing.
If the Choose Customizing Project pop-up appears, choose Continue w/o Specifiying
Project.
3. Check whether the table entries in SAP EWM are the same as those you defined in the
ERP system.
Customizing Entries
Table Item Table in SAP EWM Table in SAP ERP
HANDLINGINDICATOR /SCMB/THNDLCDT THNDLCD
HANDLINGUNITTYPES /SCWM/THUTYP THUTYP
PACKAGINGMATERIALTYPES /SCWM/TPMTYP V_TVTY
PACKINGGROUPS /SCWM/TPACKGR V_TVEGR
WAREHOUSEPRODUCTGROUP /SCMB/TWHMATGR TWHMATGR
WHSESTORAGECONDITION /SCMB/TWHSTC TWHSTC
WHSESERIALIZATIONNUMBERPROFILES /SCWM/TSERIAL TSERIAL
No Customizing Entries
Table Item Table in SAP EWM Table in SAP ERP
WHSEQAULITYINSPECTIONGROUP /SCWM/TQGRP TQGRP

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Delivery Processing
To ensure that the delivery process can take place, number range intervals and table entries
need to be consistent in both SAP EWM and the ERP system. To ensure consistency, check
that the settings made in the following topics correspond in both systems. If they do not
correspond, define them accordingly. Carry out the following steps in the order in which they
are given.
...
1. Defining Number Range Intervals [Page 85].
2. Defining the Delivery Priority [Page 87].
3. Defining Shipping Conditions [Page 88].
4. Defining Incoterms [Page 89].
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Defining Number Range Intervals
Use
You can use this procedure to define number range intervals.

Ensure that you assign number ranges and number range intervals that are
different from those of the ERP system. If they are the same, problems arise
when transferring the data using the core interface (CIF).
Prerequisites
You have defined number ranges in the ERP system, see Number Ranges for Deliveries
[Page 35].
Procedure

Only refer to the procedure that describes the integration scenario relevant for
your system landscape.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection
...
1. In Customizing for SAP SCM, define the intervals for the following items:
a. Technical keys: Choose Extended Warehouse Management Cross-Process
Settings Delivery Processing Define Number Range Intervals for Technical
Keys and define the intervals.
b. Outbound deliveries: Choose Extended Warehouse Management Cross-
Process Settings Delivery Processing Define Number Range Intervals for
Outbound Deliveries and define the intervals.
c. Inbound deliveries and outbound delivery orders: Choose Extended
Warehouse Management Cross-Process Settings Delivery Processing
Define No. Range Intervals for Inbound Deliveries and Outbound Del. Orders
and define the intervals.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.1 Connection
See Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection.
Procedure for the ERP to EWM 5.1 Connection
...
1. In Customizing, define the intervals for the following items:
a. Technical keys: Choose SCM Extended Warehouse Management Extended
Warehouse Management Cross-Process Settings Delivery Processing
Number Ranges Define Number Range Intervals for Technical Keys and
define the intervals.
b. Outbound deliveries: Choose SCM Extended Warehouse Management
Extended Warehouse Management Cross-Process Settings Delivery
Processing Number Ranges Define Number Range Intervals for Outbound
Deliveries and define the intervals.
c. Inbound deliveries and outbound delivery orders: Choose SCM Extended
Warehouse Management Extended Warehouse Management Cross-
Process Settings Delivery Processing Number Ranges Define No.
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Range Intervals for Inbound Deliveries and Outbound Del. Orders and define
the intervals.
d. Expected goods receipt: Choose SCM Extended Warehouse Management
Extended Warehouse Management Cross-Process Settings Delivery
Processing Number Ranges Define Number Range Intervals for Expected
Goods Receipt and define the intervals.
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Defining the Delivery Priority
Use
You can use this procedure to define the delivery priority.
Procedure

Only refer to the procedure that describes the integration scenario relevant for
your system landscape.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection
...
1. In Customizing for SAP SCM, choose Extended Warehouse Management Cross-
Process Settings Delivery Processing Define Delivery Priority.
2. Check that the entries in table /SCDL/TDLVPRIO_V of SAP SCM are consistent with
the entries in table V_TPRIO of the ERP system.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.1 Connection
See Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection.
Procedure for the ERP to EWM 5.1 Connection
...
1. In Customizing, choose SCM Extended Warehouse Management Cross-Process
Settings Delivery Processing General Settings Define Delivery Priority.
2. Check that the entries in table /SCDL/TDLVPRIO_V are consistent with the entries in
table V_TPRIO of the ERP system.
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Defining Shipping Conditions
Use
You can use this procedure to define the shipping conditions.
Procedure

Only refer to the procedure that describes the integration scenario relevant for
your system landscape.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection
...
1. In Customizing for SAP SCM, choose Extended Warehouse Management Cross-
Process Settings Delivery Processing Define Shipping Conditions.
2. Check that the entries in table /SCDL/TSRVLVL of SAP SCM are consistent with the
entries in table V_TVSB of the ERP system.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.1 Connection
See Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection.
Procedure for the ERP to EWM 5.1 Connection
...
1. In Customizing, choose SCM Extended Warehouse Management Extended
Warehouse Management Cross-Process Settings Delivery Processing General
Settings Define Shipping Conditions.
2. Check that the entries in table /SCDL/TSRVLVL are consistent with the entries in table
V_TVSB of the ERP system.
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Defining Incoterms
Use
You can use this procedure to define international commercial terms (incoterms).
Procedure

Only refer to the procedure that describes the integration scenario relevant for
your system landscape.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection
...
1. In Customizing for SAP SCM, choose Extended Warehouse Management Cross
Process Settings Delivery Processing Define Incoterms.
2. Check that the entries in table /SCMB/TSINC of SAP SCM are consistent with the
entries in table V_TINC of the ERP system.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.1 Connection
See Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection.
Procedure for the ERP to EWM 5.1 Connection
...
1. In Customizing, choose SCM Extended Warehouse Management Extended
Warehouse Management Cross-Process Settings Delivery Processing General
Settings Define Incoterms.
2. Check that the entries in table /SCMB/TSINC are consistent with the entries in table
V_TINC of the ERP system.
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Maintaining Object Types and Class Types in SCM
Use
You can use this procedure to maintain object types and class types in SAP SCM and SAP
EWM.
Use this procedure if you work with classified batches, which are transferred from the ERP
system to SAP SCM via the Core Interface (CIF).
Procedure

Only refer to the procedure that describes the integration scenario relevant for
your system landscape.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection
...
...
1. In Customizing for SAP SCM, choose Cross-Application Components Classification
System Classes Maintain Object Types and Class Types.
2. Enter the following values:
Table: /SAPAPO/VERSKEY
Class type: 230
Org. Area: A
Org. Area Description: for example, SPE_COO
3. Choose Save.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.1 Connection
See Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection.
Procedure for the ERP to EWM 5.1 Connection
The procedure described in this topic is not applicable to the integration of ERP with EWM
5.1.
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Defining Warehouse Numbers
Use
You can use this procedure to define warehouse numbers.
Procedure

Only refer to the procedure that describes the integration scenario relevant for
your system landscape.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection
...
1. In Customizing for SAP SCM, choose Extended Warehouse Management Master
Data Define Warehouse Numbers.
2. Enter the Warehouse Number, for example SPG1, and an appropriate Description for
each warehouse.
For more information, see the IMG activity documentation.
3. Choose Save.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.1 Connection
See Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection.
Procedure for the ERP to EWM 5.1 Connection
...
1. In Customizing, choose SCM Extended Warehouse Management Extended
Warehouse Management Master Data Define Warehouse Numbers.
2. Enter the appropriate Warehouse Number, for example EWM1, and an appropriate
Description for each warehouse.
For more information, see the IMG activity documentation.
3. Choose Save.
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Mapping Warehouse Numbers
Use
You can use this procedure to map warehouse numbers.

These assignments are necessary to select a warehouse number in the core
interface (CIF) integration model.
Procedure

Only refer to the procedure that describes the integration scenario relevant for
your system landscape.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection
...
1. In Customizing for SAP SCM, choose Extended Warehouse Management Interfaces
ERP Integration General Settings Map Warehouse Numbers from ERP system
to EWM System.
2. Choose New Entries.
3. Enter data in the following fields:
Business System, for example ERP_001
WNoERP, for example EW1
Warehouse Number, for example SPG1
4. Choose Save.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.1 Connection
See Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection.
Procedure for the ERP to EWM 5.1 Connection
...
1. In Customizing, choose SCM Extended Warehouse Management Extended
Warehouse Management Interfaces ERP Integration General Settings Map
Warehouse Numbers from ERP system to EWM System.
2. Choose New Entries.
3. Enter data in the following fields:
Business System, for example P6Q_800
WNoERP, for example EW1
Warehouse Number, for example EWM1
4. Choose Save.
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Activating User Exits
Use
You can use this procedure when there are two or more ERP systems connected to SAP
SCM. This procedure allows you to distinguish the data for materials and locations transferred
from the different ERP systems to your SAP SCM.
SAP SCM attributes a suffix or a prefix, or either to the materials and locations specified in the
ERP systems before storing the data as products and locations.
Prerequisites
Before activating the user exit for material data, refer to SAP Notes number 746982 and
458914.
Procedure

Only refer to the procedure that describes the integration scenario relevant for
your system landscape.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection
...
1. In SAP SCM, on the SAP Easy Access screen, choose Tools ABAP Workbench
Utilities Enhancements Project Management. Alternatively, call transaction CMOD.
2. Search for project APO_CIF.
3. Choose Enhancements assignment to check that the following enhancements have
been entered:
APOCF005 for inbound processing of product data
APOCF001 for inbound processing of location data
4. Activate the following user exits:
ZXCIFUSERU08 for material data
ZXCIFUSERU06 for location data

SAP SCM stores location data with a different prefix depending on the location
type.
For more information about the prefixes, see the following table:
Prefixes for Location Types
Location Type Name Prefix added
1001 Plant PL
1002 Distribution Center DC
1003 Shipping Point SP
1005 Transportation Zone - no prefix -
1007 MRP Area MR
1010 Customer CU
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1011 Supplier SU
1020 Carrier CA
1040 Store ST
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.1 Connection
The procedure described in this topic is not applicable to the integration of ERP with SCM 5.1.
Procedure for the ERP to EWM 5.1 Connection
The procedure described in this topic is not applicable to the integration of ERP with EWM
5.1.
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Activating Business Add-Ins (BAdIs)

The procedures describing the activation of Business Add-Ins (BadIs) only apply
to the following integration scenarios:
ERP and SCM 5.1
ERP and EWM 5.1
If you want to connect more than one ERP system to SAP EWM, you must activate the
following BAdI:
BAdI: Inbound Processing for Location [Page 96]
If you do not activate this BAdI, locations with the same name, such as plants or
shipping points, are not transferred using the core interface (CIF). This results in
relevant data missing for the integration scenario.
We also recommend that you activate the following BAdI:
BAdI: Inbound Processing for Product [Page 98]
When you activate these BadIs, the system adds a suffix or a prefix, or either to the locations
and products of the ERP system before storing them in SAP EWM. In this way, you can
distinguish the data coming from the different systems.
The following table shows the prefixes for the location types used by the BAdI:
Location Type Name Prefix Added
1001 Plant PL
1002 Distribution Center DC
1003 Shipping Point SP
1005 Transportation Zone - no prefix -
1007 MRP Area MR
1010 Customer CU
1011 Supplier SU
1020 Carrier CA
1040 Store ST

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Activating BAdI: Inbound Processing for Location
Use
You can use this procedure to activate the Business Add-In (BAdI) for the inbound processing
for locations.
Procedure

Only refer to the procedure that describes the integration scenario relevant for
your system landscape.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection
The procedure described in this topic is not applicable to the integration of ERP with SCM 5.0.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.1 Connection
...
1. In Customizing for SAP SCM, choose SCM Basis Integration BAdIs for Specific
Applications Location and Business Partner BAdI: Inbound Processing for
Location.
2. Select the APOCF001_TYPEDIF implementation.
3. Choose Create.
4. In the Implementation Name field, enter a name for your implementation, for example
Z_APOCF001_TYPEDIF.
5. Choose Continue.
6. In the Implementation Short Text field, enter a description for your implementation.
7. In the menu, choose Implementation Activate.
The Create Object Directory Entry window opens.
8. Do one of the following:
Enter your package and choose Save.
Save the object as a local object by choosing Local Object.
9. You can copy the source code of the BAdI method delivered in the standard system to
your BAdI implementation. For more information about copying the method source
code, see Copying the BAdI Method Source Code [Page 100].
Procedure for the ERP to EWM 5.1 Connection
...
1. In Customizing, choose SCM Extended Warehouse Management SCM Basis
Integration BAdIs for Specific Applications Location and Business Partner
BAdI: Inbound Processing for Location.
2. Select the APOCF001_TYPEDIF implementation.
3. Choose Create.
4. In the Implementation Name field, enter a name for your implementation, for example
Z_APOCF001_TYPEDIF.
5. Choose Continue.
6. In the Implementation Short Text field, enter a description for your implementation.
7. In the menu, choose Implementation Activate.
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8. Do one of the following:
Enter your package and choose Save.
Save the object as a local object by choosing Local Object.
9. You can copy the source code of the BAdI method delivered in the standard system to
your BAdI implementation. For more information about copying the method source
code, see Copying the BAdI Method Source Code [Page 100].
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Activating BAdI: Inbound Processing for Product
Use
You can use this procedure to activate the Business Add-In (BAdI) for inbound processing for
products.
Procedure

Only refer to the procedure that describes the integration scenario relevant for
your system landscape.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection
The procedure described in this topic is not applicable to the integration of ERP with SCM 5.0.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.1 Connection
...
1. In Customizing for SAP SCM, choose SCM Basis Integration BAdIs for Specific
Applications Product BAdI: Inbound Processing for Product.
2. Select the APOCF005_SYSDIF implementation.
3. Choose Create.
4. In the Implementation Name field, enter a name for your implementation, for example
Z_APOCF005_SYSDIF.
5. Choose Continue.
6. In the Implementation Short Text field, enter a description for your implementation.
7. In the menu, choose Implementation Activate.
The Create Object Directory Entry window appears.
8. Do one of the following:
Enter your package and choose Save.
Save the object as a local object by choosing Local Object.
9. You can copy the source code of the BAdI method delivered in the standard system to
your BAdI implementation. For more information about copying the method source
code, see Copying the BAdI Method Source Code [Page 100].
Procedure for the ERP to EWM 5.1 Connection
...
...
1. In Customizing, choose SCM Extended Warehouse Management SCM Basis
Integration BAdIs for Specific Applications Product BAdI: Inbound Processing
for Product.
2. Select the APOCF005_SYSDIF implementation.
3. Choose Create.
4. In the Implementation Name field, enter a name for your implementation, for example
Z_APOCF005_SYSDIF.
5. In the Implementation Short Text field, enter a description for your implementation.
6. In the menu, choose Implementation Activate.
The Create Object Directory Entry window appears.
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7. Do one of the following:
Enter your package and choose Save.
Save the object as a local object by choosing Local Object.
8. You can copy the source code of the BAdI method delivered in the standard system to
your BAdI implementation. For more information about copying the method source
code, see Copying the BAdI Method Source Code [Page 100].
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Copying BAdI Method Source Code
Use
You can use this procedure to copy the source code of the Business Add-In (BAdI) method to
the BAdI implementations that you created for the inbound processing for locations and for
products. For more information, see Activating BAdI: Inbound Processing for Location [Page
96] and Activating BAdI: Inbound Processing for Product [Page 98].
You must carry out this procedure for both BAdI implementations.
Procedure

Only refer to the procedure that describes the integration scenario relevant for
your system landscape.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection
The procedure described in this topic is not applicable to the integration of ERP with SCM 5.0.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.1 Connection
...
1. In Customizing for SAP SCM, choose SCM Basis Integration BAdIs for Specific
Applications Location and Business Partner BAdI: Inbound Processing for
Location.
2. Select one of the following BAdI implementations:
APOCF001_TYPEDIF
APOCF005_SYSDIF
3. Choose Display.
4. On the Interface tab, double-click the BAdI method.
5. Select the source code and copy it.
6. Access the corresponding BAdI implementation you created. For more information, see
Activating BAdI: Inbound Processing for Location [Page 96] or Activating BAdI: Inbound
Processing for Product [Page 98].
7. On the Interface tab, double-click the BAdI method and paste the copied source code
into it.
8. Save and activate the BAdI implementation.
Procedure for the ERP to EWM 5.1 Connection
...
1. In Customizing, choose SCM Extended Warehouse Management SCM Basis
Integration BAdIs for Specific Applications Location and Business Partner
BAdI: Inbound Processing for Location.
2. Select one of the following BAdI implementations:
APOCF001_TYPEDIF
APOCF005_SYSDIF
3. Choose Display.
4. On the Interface tab, double-click the method.
5. Select the source code and copy it.
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6. Access the corresponding BAdI implementation you created. For more information, see
Activating BAdI: Inbound Processing for Location [Page 96] or Activating BAdI: Inbound
Processing for Product [Page 98].
7. On the Interface tab, double-click the BAdI method and paste the copied source code
into it.
8. Save and activate the BAdI implementation.
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Defining Availability Groups
Use
You can use this procedure to define availability groups.
Procedure

Only refer to the procedure that describes the integration scenario relevant for
your system landscape.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection
...
1. In Customizing for SAP SCM, choose Extended Warehouse Management Goods
Receipt Process Configure Availability Group for Putaway.
2. Choose Define availability groups.
3. Assign the availability group to the warehouse number and enter the date and time type
of the ERP system in the Dtype ERP field. Enter the data as shown in the following
table:
Warehouse
Number
AGr Description DType ERP
SPG1 001 Goods in Putaway IDRECDOCK
SPG1 002 Goods
Compl.availabl.
IDAVAILFS
SPG1 CD Cross-docking IDRECDOCK
4. Choose Save.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.1 Connection
See Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection.
Procedure for the ERP to EWM 5.1 Connection
...
1. In Customizing, choose SCM Extended Warehouse Management Extended
Warehouse Management Goods Receipt Process Configure Availability Group for
Putaway.
2. Choose Define Availability Group
3. Assign the availability group to the warehouse number and enter the date and time type
of the ERP system in the Dtype ERP field. Enter the data as shown in the following
table:
Warehouse
Number
Agr Description DType ERP
EWM1 001 Goods in Putaway IDRECDOCK
EWM1 002 Goods
Compl.availabl.
IDAVAILFS
EWM1 CD Cross-docking IDRECDOCK
4. Choose Save.
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Defining the Transportation Group
Use
You can use this procedure to define the transportation group.
Procedure

Only refer to the procedure that describes the integration scenario relevant for
your system landscape.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection

This procedure is optional for this integration scenario. If you do define the
transportation group, you have to ensure that the settings in both systems are
the same.
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1. In Customizing for SAP SCM, choose Advanced Planning and Optimization
Transportation Planning and Vehicle Scheduling (TP/VS) Basic Settings Maintain
Transportation Group.
2. Check that the data shown in the table below exists or enter the data as shown:
Transportation Group Description
0001 On pallets
0002 In liquid form
3. Choose Save.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.1 Connection
See Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection.
Procedure for the ERP to EWM 5.1 Connection
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1. In Customizing, choose SCM Extended Warehouse Management SCM Basis
Master Data Product Maintain Transportation Group.
2. Check that the data shown in the table below exists or enter the data as shown:
TrGrp Trans. group description
0001 On pallets
0002 In liquid form

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Settings for the Logistic Inventory Management
Engine (LIME)
To make the settings for the Logistic Inventory Management Engine (LIME), carry out the
following steps in the order in which they are given.
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1. Defining the Warehouse Management Process Type for LIME [Page 105].
2. Defining the Index Tables for LIME [Page 107].
3. Defining the Hierarchy for LIME [Page 109].
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Defining the Warehouse Management Process
Type for LIME
Use
You can use this procedure to define the warehouse management process for the Logistic
Inventory Management Engine (LIME).
Procedure

Only refer to the procedure that describes the integration scenario relevant for
your system landscape.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection
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1. In Customizing for SAP SCM, choose SCM Basis Logistic Inventory Management
Engine (LIME) Basic Settings Features of Calling Application Process Type of
Calling Application Determine Process Type of Calling Application.
2. Check that a process type named SCM Warehouse Management exists. If it does not
exist, define one by choosing New Entries.
a. Create an entry with the following values:
Field Value
Process Type
SCM Warehouse Management
Coll
S Collector Active
PN - do not set this indicator -
Dated Stock
Do not take (external) timestamps
into account
3. Select the entry and in the Dialog Structure, under Applications, double-click Control
Collector.
A new screen appears.
4. Check that a process type SCWM exists. If it does not exist, define one by choosing
New Entries.
a. Create an entry with the following values:
Field Value
Process Type
SCWM
Coll
W2IM
actve - set the indicator -
5. Choose Save.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.1 Connection
See Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection.
Procedure for the ERP to EWM 5.1 Connection
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1. In Customizing, choose SCM Extended Warehouse Management Extended
Warehouse Management SCM Basis Logistic Inventory Management Engine
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(LIME) Basic Settings Features of Calling Application Process Type of Calling
Application Determine Process Type of Calling Application.
2. Check that a process type named SCM Warehouse Management exists. If it does not
exist, define one by choosing New Entries.
a. Create an entry with the following values:
Field Value
Process Type
SCM Warehouse Management
Coll
S Collector Active
PN - do not set this indicator -
Dated Stock
Do not take (external) timestamps
into account
3. Select the entry.
4. In the Dialog Structure, under Applications, double-click Control Collector.
A new screen appears.
5. Check that a process type SCWM exists. If it does not exist, define one by choosing
New Entries.
a. Create an entry with the following values:
Field Value
Process Type
SCWM
Collection Type
W2IM
Active - set the indicator -
6. Choose Save.
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Defining the Index Tables for LIME
Use
You can use this procedure to define the index tables for the Logistic Inventory Management
Engine (LIME).
Procedure

Only refer to the procedure that describes the integration scenario relevant for
your system landscape.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection
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1. In Customizing for SAP SCM, choose SCM Basis Logistic Inventory Management
Engine (LIME) Basic Settings Index Tables and Hierarchy Determine Index
Tables.
2. Check that entries for ObjectType Location,Stock and Handling Unit have been defined.
If not, define them by choosing New Entries.

You have to define multiple entries.
3. For the object type Location, choose Key Tables W01, W02, W03, and W04.
4. Unselect the Create checkbox for these entries.
5. For the object type Stock, choose Key Tables W01, W02, W03, and W04.
6. Select the Create checkbox for these entries.
7. For the object type Handling Unit, choose Key Tables W01.
8. Unselect the Create checkbox for these entries.
9. Choose Save.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.1 Connection
See Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection.
Procedure for the ERP to EWM 5.1 Connection
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1. In Customizing, choose SCM Extended Warehouse Management SCM Basis
Logistic Inventory Management Engine (LIME) Index Tables and Hierarchy
Determine Index Tables.
2. Check that entries for the object types Location, Stock, and Handling Unit have been
defined. If not, define them by choosing New Entries.

You have to define multiple entries.
a. For the Location object type, create entries with values as shown in the following
table:
Field Value
Key Table W01, W02, W03, or W04
Create - Leave unselected -
Short description - Enter a description -
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b. For the Stock object type, create entries with values as shown in the following
table:
Field Value
Key Table W01, W02, W03, or W04
Create - Set the indicator -
Short description - Enter a description -
c. For the Handling Unit object type, create entries with values as shown in the
following table:
Field Value
Key Table
W01
Create - Leave unselected -
Short description - Enter a description -
3. Choose Save.
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Defining the Hierarchy for LIME
Use
You can use this procedure to define the hierarchy for the Logistic Inventory Management
Engine (LIME).
Procedure

Only refer to the procedure that describes the integration scenario relevant for
your system landscape.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection
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1. In Customizing for SAP SCM, choose SCM Basis Logistic Inventory Management
Engine (LIME) Basic Settings Index Tables and Hierarchy Determine
Hierarchy.
2. Check that the hierarchy index tables have been defined for Location, Stock, and
Handling Unit. If they do not exist, define them by choosing New Entries and enter the
data as shown in the following table.
Maintenance View: Hierarchy Index Table
Parent Key Table Child Key Tab
Root 000 Location W01
Root 000 Location W02
Root 000 Location W03
Root 000 Location W04
Location W01 Handling Unit W01
Location W02 Handling Unit W01
Location W03 Handling Unit W01
Location W03 Stock W01
Location W03 Stock W02
Location W03 Stock W03
Location W03 Stock W04
Location W04 Handling Unit W01
Handling Unit W01 Handling Unit W01
Handling Unit W01 Stock W01
Handling Unit W01 Stock W02
Handling Unit W01 Stock W03
Handling Unit W01 Stock W04
3. Choose Save.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.1 Connection
See Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection.
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Procedure for the ERP to EWM 5.1 Connection
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1. In Customizing, choose SCM Extended Warehouse Management SCM Basis
Basic Settings Logistic Inventory Management Engine (LIME) Index Tables and
Hierarchy Determine Hierarchy.
2. Check that the hierarchy index tables have been defined for Location, Stock, and
Handling Unit. If they do not exist, define them by choosing New Entries and enter the
data as shown in the following table.
Maintenance View: Hierarchy Index Table
Parent Key Table Child KTab
Root 000 Location W01
Root 000 Location W02
Root 000 Location W03
Root 000 Location W04
Location W01 Handling Unit W01
Location W02 Handling Unit W01
Location W03 Handling Unit W01
Location W03 Stock W01
Location W03 Stock W02
Location W03 Stock W03
Location W03 Stock W04
Location W04 Handling Unit W01
Handling Unit W01 Handling Unit W01
Handling Unit W01 Stock W01
Handling Unit W01 Stock W02
Handling Unit W01 Stock W03
Handling Unit W01 Stock W04
3. Choose Save.
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Defining Warehouse Number Ranges
Use
You can use this procedure to define warehouse number ranges.
Procedure

Only refer to the procedure that describes the integration scenario relevant for
your system landscape.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection
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1. In Customizing for SAP SCM, choose Extended Warehouse Management Master
Data Define Number Ranges.
The Choose Activity window opens. You can choose from the following activities:
Define Number Range Intervals for Warehouse Task/Warehouse Document
Define Number Range Intervals for Wave
Define Number Range Intervals for Warehouse Order
Define Number Range Intervals for Slotting Run
Define Number Range Intervals for Consolidation Group
Number Ranges for VAS Order
2. Place the cursor on the activity you want to perform.
3. Click Choose.
The relevant Customizing view opens.
4. In the Warehouse No. field, enter the warehouse number.
5. In the menu, choose Interval Change.
6. Define the number ranges and number range intervals by entering data in the following
fields:
No.
From No.
To No.

Define the number ranges for Warehouse Tasks/Warehouse Documents
(/SCWM/TO) for both number range numbers 01 and 02.
Examples of possible values for the activities are shown in the following table:
Object No. From No. To No.
01 3000 99999 /SCWM/TO
Warehouse Tasks/
Warehouse
Documents
02 100000000000 100099999999
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/SCWM/WAVE
Wave
01 00001 99999
/SCWM/WHO
Warehouse Order
01 200000 299999
/SCWM/CONR
Slotting Run No.
01 1000000000 1999999999
/SCWM/DSGR
Consolid. Group
01 1000000000 1900000000
/SCWM/VASO
Value-Added Service
01 00000000000000000001 99999999999999999999
7. In the Assign Number Range Intervals to Warehouse Number activity, enter the number
range numbers you created in the previous activities.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.1 Connection
See Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection.
Procedure for the ERP to EWM 5.1 Connection
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1. In Customizing, choose SCM Extended Warehouse Management Extended
Warehouse Management Master Data Define Number Ranges.
The Choose Activity window opens. You can choose from the following activities:
Define Number Ranges for Warehouse Tasks/Warehouse Documents
Define Number Range Intervals for Wave
Define Number Range Intervals for Warehouse Order
Define Number Range Intervals for Consolidation Group
Number Ranges for VAS Order
Define Number Ranges for Indirect Labor Tasks
Number Ranges for Physical Inventory Documents
Assign Number Range Intervals to Warehouse Number
2. Place the cursor on the activity you want to perform.
3. Click Choose.
The relevant Customizing view opens.
4. In the Warehouse No. field, enter the warehouse number.
5. In the menu, choose Interval Change.
6. Define the number ranges and number range intervals by entering data in the following
fields:
No.
From number
To number
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Define the number ranges for Warehouse Tasks/Warehouse Documents
(/SCWM/TO) for both number range numbers 01 and 02.
Examples of possible values for the activities are shown in the following table:
Object No. From number To number
01 3000 99999 /SCWM/TO
Warehouse Tasks/
Warehouse
Documents
02 100000000000 100099999999
/SCWM/WAVE
Wave
01 00001 99999
/SCWM/WHO
Warehouse Order
01 200000 299999
/SCWM/DSGR
Consolid. Group
01 1000000000 1900000000
/SCWM/VASO
Value-Added
Service
01 00000000000000000001 99999999999999999999
/SCWM/ILT
Indirect Labor
Tasks
01 000000000001 199999999999
/SCWM/PIDO
Physical Inventory
Documents
01 00000000000000000001 99999999999999999999
7. In the Assign Number Range Intervals to Warehouse Number activity, enter the number
range numbers you created in the previous activities.
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Defining Warehouse Number Ranges for HUs
Use
You can use this procedure to define number ranges for handling units (HUs.)

Ensure that you assign number ranges and number range intervals that are
different from those of the ERP system. If they are the same, problems arise
when transferring the data using the core interface (CIF). For more information,
see SAP Note 1100049.
Procedure

Only refer to the procedure that describes the integration scenario relevant for
your system landscape.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection
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1. In Customizing for SAP SCM, choose Extended Warehouse Management Cross-
Process Settings Handling Units External Identification Define Number ranges
for HU Identification. Alternatively, call transaction SNRO.
2. In the Object field, enter /SCWM/HUID.
3. Choose Number Ranges.
4. Enter your Warehouse no, for example 0001.
5. Choose Change Intervals.
6. Choose Insert Interval and define the intervals for the number range number 01.
Examples of possible values for the number range intervals are shown in the following
table:
No From number To number Current number
01
00000000000002000000 00000000000002199999 0
7. Choose Insert Interval and define the intervals for the number range number 02.
Examples of possible values for the number range intervals are shown in the following
table:
No From number To number Current number
02
00000000001000000000 00000000001999999999 0

The current number of new number range intervals is 0 as a default.
8. For the number range number 02, set the Ext indicator to indicate that these are
external number ranges.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.1 Connection
See Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection.
Procedure for the ERP to EWM 5.1 Connection
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1. In Customizing, choose SCM Extended Warehouse Management Extended
Warehouse Management Cross-Process Settings Handling Units External
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Identification Define Number ranges for HU Identification. Alternatively, call
transaction SNRO.
2. In the Object field, enter /SCWM/HUID.
3. Choose Number Ranges.
4. Enter your Warehouse no, for example EWM1.
5. Choose Change Intervals.
6. Choose Insert Interval and define the intervals for the number range number 01.
Examples of possible values for the number range intervals are shown in the following
table:
No From number To number Current number
01 00000000000002000000 00000000000002199999 0
7. Choose Insert Interval and define the intervals for the number range number 02.
Examples of possible values for the number range intervals are shown in the following
table:
No From number To number Current number
02 00000000001000000000 00000000001999999999 0

The current number of new number range intervals is 0 as a default.
8. For the number range number 02, set the Ext indicator to indicate that these are
external number ranges.
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Checking the SAP APO Model and Planning
Version
Use
You can use this procedure to check that a SAP APO model and planning version exist.
Procedure

Only refer to the procedure that describes the integration scenario relevant for
your system landscape.
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...
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection
1. In SAP SCM, on the SAP Easy Access screen, choose Advanced Planning and
Optimization Master Data Planning Version Management Model and Version
Management.
2. Check that a SAP APO model and a planning version 000 exist. If they do not exist,
create them.
3. Choose Save.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.1 Connection
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1. In SAP SCM, on the SAP Easy Access screen, call transaction SE38.
2. In the Program field, enter /SAPAPO/VERSION_CREATE_NO_APO.

If a dialog box appears, choose Cancel and check if the planning version 000
and model 000 exist by calling transaction /SAPAPO/MVN.
3. Choose Execute.
Procedure for the ERP to EWM 5.1 Connection
4. On the SAP Easy Access screen, call transaction SE38.
5. In the Program field, enter /SAPAPO/VERSION_CREATE_NO_APO.

If a dialog box appears, choose Cancel and check if the planning version 000
and model 000 exist by calling transaction /SAPAPO/MVN.
6. Choose Execute.
...
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Data Transfer to SAP SCM via the Core Interface
(CIF)
Purpose
You can use this process to transfer specific data from the ERP system to SAP SCM. To
transfer the data you must configure the core interface (CIF).
Prerequisites
You have configured the ERP system for connection to SAP SCM, see Configuration Settings
for the ERP System [Page 11].
You have configured SAP SCM for connection to the ERP system, see Configuration Settings
for SAP SCM [Page 61].
Process Flow
Ensure that you follow the steps in exactly the order in which they are presented:
...
...
1. Refer to the following information:
a. Transferring Material Master Data [Page 118]
b. Activating Business Transaction Events (BTEs) [Page 119]
c. Configuring Change Transfers for Master Data [Page 120]
d. Activating ALE Change Pointers for Message Types [Page 121]
e. Creating the Maximum Model [Page 122]
2. Transfer specific data to SAP EWM:
a. You transfer the data for plant, the shipping points, and the data for a business
partner (vendor or customer) that you will use for the plant.
To transfer the data, carry out the following steps in the order in which they are
given:
i. Creating an Integration Model in the ERP System [Page 123].
ii. Activating the Integration Model in the ERP System [Page 124].
b. You transfer the data for the materials, customers, and vendors.

This process step takes place at a later stage of the configuration process.
Before carrying out this process step, further configuration settings need to be
made in SAP EWM.
Result
You have transferred the data for a plant, the shipping points, and a business partner for the
plant.
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Transferring Material Master Data
Use
You can use this procedure to reduce the amount of material master data being transferred
between the ERP system and SAP EWM. By carrying out this procedure, you will be able to
select specific warehouse numbers.
Procedure

Only refer to the procedure that describes the integration scenario relevant for
your system landscape.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection
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1. In Customizing for the ERP system, choose Integration with other mySAP.com
Components Extended Warehouse Management Assign Warehouse Number to
Warehouse Number of Decentralized SCM System.
2. Make entries in the following fields:
a. WhN, for example 001 or EW1
b. Whse no. Description
c. WHNDecSCM, for example 0001 or EWM1
3. Choose Save.
For more information, see the IMG activity documentation.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.1 Connection
See Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection.
Procedure for the ERP to EWM 5.1 Connection
See Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection.
Result
The Warehouse Number field appears on the screen for setting up the integration model. You
can use this field to specify the relevant warehouse numbers when creating the integration
model in the ERP system. For more information about creating the integration model, see
Creating an Integration Model in the ERP System [Page 123].
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Activating Business Transaction Events (BTEs)
Use
You can use this procedure to activate business transaction events (BTEs) in the ERP
system. By activating BTEs, the system replicates changes to the master data in the ERP
system to the target system.
Procedure

Only refer to the procedure that describes the integration scenario relevant for
your system landscape.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection
4. In the ERP system, on the SAP Easy Access screen, call transaction FIBF.
The SAP Business Framework:Business Transaction Events screen appears.
5. In the menu, choose Settings Identification SAP Applications.

This is a cross-client activity.
6. Confirm the message.
7. Look for entries ND-APO and NDI.
8. Set the Application Active indicator.
9. Choose Save.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.1 Connection
See Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection.
Procedure for the ERP to EWM 5.1 Connection
See Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection.
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Configuring Change Transfers for Master Data
Use
You can use this procedure to ensure that the system landscape reflects all changes to the
master data in the ERP system.
Prerequisites
You have activated the business transaction events in the ERP system. For more information,
see Activating Business Transaction Events (BTEs) [Page 119].
Procedure

Only refer to the procedure that describes the integration scenario relevant for
your system landscape.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection
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1. In Customizing for the ERP system, choose Integration with other mySAP.com
Components Extended Warehouse Management Basic Settings for Data Transfer
Change Transfer for Master Data Configure Change Transfer for Master Data.
2. Enter the value 2 in the following fields:
a. Material Master Change Transfer
b. Change Transfer for Customers
c. Change Transfer for Vendors
3. Set the following indicators:
a. Immediate Transfer
b. Re-Read Stock
c. Filter Obj. Req. Reduc.
4. Choose Save.
For more information, see the IMG activity documentation.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.1 Connection
See Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection.
Procedure for the ERP to EWM 5.1 Connection
See Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection.
Result
The system landscape reflects the changes done to the master data in the ERP system.
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Activating ALE Change Pointers for Message
Types
Use
You can use this procedure to activate ALE change pointers for specific message types so
that changes to master data are tracked.
Procedure

Only refer to the procedure that describes the integration scenario relevant for
your system landscape.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection
..
1. In Customizing for the ERP system, choose Integration with other mySAP.com
Components Extended Warehouse Management Basic Settings for Data Transfer
Change Transfer for Master Data Activate ALE Change Pointers for Message
Types.
2. Set the active indicator for the following message types:
a. CIFCUS
b. CIFMAT
c. CIFVEN
d. CIFMTMRPA
For more information, see the IMG activity documentation.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.1 Connection
See Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection.
Procedure for the ERP to EWM 5.1 Connection
See Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection.
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Creating the Maximum Model
Use
You can use this procedure to set the maximum runtime of the active integration model. We
recommend that you make this setting before creating an integration model.
Procedure

Only refer to the procedure that describes the integration scenario relevant for
your system landscape.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection
...
...
1. In the ERP system, on the SAP Easy Access screen, call transaction SE38.
2. In the Program field, enter RCIFIMAX.
3. Choose Execute.
A new screen appears.
4. In the Action to Execute frame, choose Generation.
5. In the Selection Criteria for Consistency Check frame, enter the following data:
Field Value
Object Types *
Logical Target Systems <Name of the target system>, for
example SCMCLNT001 or P6QEWM800
6. Choose Execute.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.1 Connection
Refer to the Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection.
Procedure for the ERP to EWM 5.1 Connection
Refer to the Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection.
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Creating an Integration Model in the ERP System
Use
This procedure allows you to create an integration model in the ERP system for transferring a
plant, shipping points, and a business partner for the plant.
Procedure

Only refer to the procedure that describes the integration scenario relevant for
your system landscape.
...
...
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection
...
...
1. In the ERP system, on the SAP Easy Access screen, choose Logistics Central
Functions Supply Chain Planning Interface Core Interface Advanced Planner and
Optimizer Integration Model Create. Alternatively, call transaction CFM1.
2. In the Model Name field, enter a name for the integration model, for example IMEWM1.
3. In the Logical System field, enter the name of the target system, for example
SCMCLNT001 or P6QEWM800.
4. In the APO Application field, enter for example EWM.
5. Choose Edit Selection Options and select the required options, as follows:
a. In the Material Dependent Objects frame, set the Plants indicator.
b. In the General Selection Options for Materials frame, enter the name of the plant
in the Plnt field, for example 0001.
c. In the Material Independent Objects frame, set either the Customer or the
Vendor indicator.
d. Choose Special Restrictions and in the Customer or Vendor field, enter a name
for the business partner, for example BP0001.
e. In the Material Independent Objects frame, set the Shipping Points indicator.
f. Choose Special Restrictions and in the Shipping Point field, enter a name for the
shipping points.
6. Save your integration model as a variant for future reuse, for example VIMEWM1.
7. Choose Execute.
8. Choose Generate IM.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.1 Connection
See Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection.
Procedure for the ERP to EWM 5.1 Connection
...
...
See Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection.
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Activating the Integration Model in the ERP
System
Use
You can use this procedure to activate the integration model in the ERP system.
Procedure

Only refer to the procedure that describes the integration scenario relevant for
your system landscape.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection
...
1. In the ERP system, on the SAP Easy Access screen, choose Logistics Central
Functions Supply Chain Planning Interface Core Interface Advanced Planning
and Optimization Integration Model Activate. Alternatively, call transaction CFM2.
2. In the Selection Criteria frame, enter the following:
a. The name of the integration model in the Model Name field, for example
IMEWM1.
b. The name of the target system in the Logical System field, for example
SCMCLNT001 or P6QEWM800.
c. The name of the APO application in the APO Application field, for example EWM.
3. In the Special CIF Settings frame, set the Do Not Issue Warning in Case of Parallel CIF
Load indicator.
4. In the Transfers Business Partners frame, enter the number 2 in the Create Business
Partner field.
5. Choose Execute.
The Activate or Deactivate Integration Model screen appears.
6. In the frame on the left, choose the APO Application, for example EWM.
Your integration model appears in the frame on the right.
7. In the frame on the right, choose the relevant line and choose Active/Inactive.
The status of your integration model is displayed in the New Status field.
8. In the frame on the right, choose the relevant line and choose Start.
When you do this for the first time, a dialog box appears asking for an interval to be
created. In this case, choose Yes.
9. In the dialog box Application log messages, choose No.
10. Choose Continue.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.1 Connection
See Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection.
Procedure for the ERP to EWM 5.1 Connection
See Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection.
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Configuration Settings for SAP SCM after Data
Transfer
Purpose
You can use this process to make necessary configuration settings in SAP SCM after the
data has been transferred from the ERP system.
Prerequisites
You have made the necessary configuration settings to transfer data from the ERP system to
SAP EWM, see Data Transfer to SAP SCM using the Core Interface (CIF) [Page 117].
You have transferred the data for a plant, shipping points and the business partner you want
to use for the plant.
Process Flow
Ensure that you follow the steps in exactly the order in which they are given:
...
1. Check the data transfer via the Core Interface (CIF) [Page 126].
2. Create supply chain units for a warehouse [Page 127].
3. Create a supply chain unit hierarchy [Page 128].
4. Enhance the business partners for warehouses [Page 130].
5. Assign warehouse numbers [Page 133].
6. Map storage locations from the ERP system to SAP EWM [Page 135].
7. Register the display programs for the application log [Page 137].
8. Activate Business Configuration Sets, see Activating Business Configuration Sets (BC
Sets) [Page 139].
9. Copy the warehouse customizing data [Page 144].
10. Create storage bins [Page 145].
Result
You have made settings to SAP EWM after the data transfer using the core interface (CIF).
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Checking Data Transfer via the Core Interface
(CIF)
...
At this point of the configuration process, it is important that you check that the data for the
plant, the business partner, and the shipping points has been transferred to SAP EWM.
In SAP EWM the transferred data is stored as follows:
Data in the ERP System Data in SAP EWM
Plant Locations; Supply Chain Units
Shipping Points Locations; Supply Chain Units, for example
the goods receipt office or the goods issue
office
Customer or Vendor Location; Business Partner
The transferred data is used for the warehouse settings in SAP EWM and it is relevant for the
following configurations:
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1. Creating Supply Chain Units for a Warehouse [Page 127].
2. Creating a Supply Chain Unit Hierarchy [Page 128].
3. Creating Business Partners for Warehouses [Page 130].
4. Assigning Warehouse Numbers [Page 133].
5. Mapping Storage Locations from the ERP system to EWM [Page 135].
6. Registering Display Programs for Application Log [Page 137].
7. Activating Business Configuration Sets (BC Sets) [Page 139].
8. Copying Warehouse Customizing Data [Page 144].
9. Creating Storage Bins [Page 145].
The data appears in the transactions mentioned above.
A prefix and a suffix, or either will have been added to the data if you activated the Business
Add-Ins (BAdIs) or user exits for the inbound processing for locations or products. For more
information see:
Activating User Exits [Page 93] for the integration of ERP and SCM 5.0
Activating Business Add-Ins (BAdIs) [Page 95] for the integration of ERP and SCM 5.1
or EWM 5.1
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Creating a Supply Chain Unit for a Warehouse
Use
You can use this procedure to create a supply chain unit (SCU) for a warehouse in SAP
EWM. For more information, see SAP Note 1100049.
Procedure

Only refer to the procedure that describes the integration scenario relevant for
your system landscape.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection
...
...
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1. In SAP SCM, on the SAP Easy Access screen, choose Extended Warehouse
Management Master Data Maintain Supply Chain Unit. Alternatively, call
transaction /SCMB/SCUMAIN.
2. Select the SCU of the plant that you transferred previously using the core interface (see
Data Transfer to SAP SCM using the Core Interface (CIF) [Page 117]).
3. To create a SCU for a warehouse in SAP SCM, such as PL0001@ERP0001, choose
Change.
4. On the Alternative tab page, add the business attribute INV (warehouse).
5. Choose Save.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.1 Connection
See Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection.
Procedure for the ERP to EWM 5.1 Connection
...
...
...
1. On the SAP Easy Access screen, choose SCM Extended Warehouse Management
Extended Warehouse Management Master Data Maintain Supply Chain Unit.
Alternatively, call transaction /SCMB/SCUMAIN.
2. Select the SCU of the plant that you transferred previously using the Core Interface
(see Data Transfer to SAP EWM using the Core Interface (CIF) [External]).
3. To create a SCU for a warehouse in SAP EWM, such as PL0001@P6Q800, choose
Change.
4. On the Alternative tab page, add the business attribute INV (warehouse).
5. Choose Save.
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Creating a Supply Chain Unit Hierarchy
Use
You can use this procedure to create a supply chain unit (SCU) hierarchy.
Procedure

Only refer to the procedure that describes the integration scenario relevant for
your system landscape.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection
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1. In SAP SCM, on the SAP Easy Access screen, call transaction /SCMB/SCUHIERMAIN.
2. On the Higher-Level SCU frame enter or select the name of the SCU of the plant in the
Supply Chain Unit input field.

You should use the SCU of the plant transferred using the core interface (CIF).
3. Choose Change.
A new window appears.
4. Choose Create.
A new line is created. Here you can assign the SCUs.
...
a. In the first Business Attribute field, enter or select INV and press Enter.
b. In the first Supply Chain Unit field, select the SCU and press Enter.
c. In the second Business Attribute field, enter or select SO for the shipping office
and press Enter.
d. In the second Supply Chain Unit field, select the SCU and press Enter.
5. Repeat steps no. 4, 4a, and 4b.
a. In the second Business Attribute field, enter or select RO for the goods receipt
office and press Enter.
b. In the second Supply Chain Unit field, select the SCU and press Enter.
6. Choose Save.
For an example of the SCU hierarchy, see the following table:
Supply Chain Unit Business Attribute Supply Chain
Attribute
Business Attribute
PL0001@ERP001 INV SP0001@ERP001 RO
PL0001@ERP001 INV SP0001@ERP001 SO
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.1 Connection
See Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection.
Procedure for the ERP to EWM 5.1 Connection
...
1. On the SAP Easy Access screen, call transaction /SCMB/SCUHIERMAIN.
2. On the Higher-Level SCU frame enter or select the name of the SCU of the plant in the
Supply Chain Unit input field.
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You should use the SCU of the plant transferred using the core interface (CIF).
3. Choose Change.
A new window appears.
4. Choose Create.
A new line is created. Here you can assign the SCUs.
...
a. In the first Business Attribute field, enter or select INV and press Enter.
b. In the first Supply Chain Unit field, select the SCU and press Enter.
c. In the second Business Attribute field, enter or select SO for the shipping office
and press Enter.
d. In the second Supply Chain Unit field, select the SCU and press Enter.
5. Repeat steps no. 4, 4a, and 4b.
a. In the second Business Attribute field, enter or select RO for the goods receipt
office and press Enter.
b. In the second Supply Chain Unit field, select the SCU and press Enter.
6. Choose Save.
For an example of the SCU hierarchy, see the following table:
Supply Chain Unit Business Attribute Supply Chain
Attribute
Business Attribute
PL0001@P6Q800 INV SP0001@P6Q800 RO
PL0001@P6Q800 INV SP0001@P6Q800 SO

...
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Enhanching Business Partners for Warehouses
Use
You can use this procedure to create a business partner for each warehouse maintained in
SAP EWM.
Prerequisites
The data for the plant and the business partner for the plant has been transferred from the
ERP system using the core interface (CIF).
Procedure

Only refer to the procedure that describes the integration scenario relevant for
your system landscape.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection
...
1. In SAP SCM, on the SAP Easy Access screen, choose Extended Warehouse
Management Master Data Maintain Business Partner. Alternatively, call
transaction BP.
2. In the Business Partner field, select the business partner that you transferred using the
core interface (CIF).
3. In change mode, add the following roles: BBP000, BBP003, CRM000, and CRM002 by
selecting them in the Change in BP role field. After selecting each role, save your
settings.
4. On the Identification tab, in the Identification Numbers frame, check if the data for the
business partner has been transferred from the ERP system.

If the data has not been transferred, you can define the business partners
individually by creating separate entries. Refer to the following table for an
example of corresponding values.
Field Values
IDType <ID Type>, for example CRM002, CRM004
Identification Number <Business Partner ID>, for example
BP0001
Responsible Institution <Logical System Name>, for example
ERPCLNT001
5. You must define an additional entry for the business partner plant (CRM011).
Field Values
IDType <ID Type>, for example CRM011
Identification Number <Plant>, for example 0001
Responsible Institution <Logical System Name>, for example
ERPCLNT001
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.1 Connection
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1. In SAP SCM, on the SAP Easy Access screen, choose Extended Warehouse
Management Master Data Maintain Business Partner. Alternatively, call
transaction BP.
2. In the Business Partner field, select the business partner that you transferred using the
core interface (CIF).
3. In change mode, add the following roles: BBP000, BBP003, CRM000, and CRM002 by
selecting them in the Change in BP role field. After selecting each role, save your
settings.
4. On the Identification tab, in the Identification Numbers frame, check if the data for the
business partner has been transferred from the ERP system.
a. If you transferred a customer, the value CRM002 is automatically created.

If you want to add the IDType CRM004 to your customer, it can only be
maintained if you do not set the Display Only indicator in the IMG activity Define
Identification Categories. For more information, see Cross-Application
Components SAP Business Partner Business Partner Basic Settings
Identification Numbers Define Identification Categories.
b. If you transferred a vendor, the value CRM004 is automatically created.
5. You must define an additional entry for the business partner plant (CRM011).
Field Values
IDType <ID Type>, for example CRM011
Identification Number <Plant>, for example 0001
Responsible Institution <Logical System Name>, for example
P6QCLNT001
Procedure for the ERP to EWM 5.1 Connection
...
...
1. On the SAP Easy Access screen, choose SCM Extended Warehouse Management
Extended Warehouse Management Master Data Maintain Business Partner.
Alternatively, call transaction BP.
2. In the Business Partner field, select the business partner that you transferred using the
core interface (CIF).
3. In change mode, add the following roles: BBP000, BBP003, CRM000, and CRM002 by
selecting them in the Change in BP role field. After selecting each role, save your
settings.
4. On the Identification tab, in the Identification Numbers frame, check if the data for the
business partner has been transferred from the ERP system.
a. If you transferred a customer, the value CRM002 is automatically created.

If you want to add the IDType CRM004 to your customer, it can only be
maintained if you do not set the Display Only indicator in the IMG activity Define
Identification Categories. For more information, see Cross-Application
Components SAP Business Partner Business Partner Basic Settings
Identification Numbers Define Identification Categories.
b. If you transferred a vendor, the value CRM004 is automatically created.
5. You must define an additional entry for the business partner plant (CRM011).
Field Values
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IDType <ID Type>, for example CRM011
Identification Number <Plant>, for example 0001
Responsible Institution <Logical System Name>, for example
P6QCLNT001

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Assigning Warehouse Numbers
Use
You can use this procedure to assign warehouse numbers.
Procedure

Only refer to the procedure that describes the integration scenario relevant for
your system landscape.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection
...
1. In Customizing for SAP SCM, choose Extended Warehouse Management Master
Data Assign Warehouse Numbers.
A pop-up screen appears.
2. In the Warehouse Number field enter or select the warehouse number and press Enter.
3. In the Assignments:Warehouse Number/Business Partner frame enter data in the
following fields:
Supply Chain Unit, for example PL0001@ERP001
Custodian, for example BP0001
Dflt Pty Entld, for example BP0001
For more information, see the IMG activity documentation.
4. Choose Save.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.1 Connection
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1. In Customizing, choose SCM Extended Warehouse Management Extended
Warehouse Management Master Data Assign Warehouse Numbers.
A pop-up screen appears.
2. In the Warehouse Number field, enter or select the warehouse number and press
Enter.
3. Choose New Entries.
4. In the Assignments:Warehouse Number/Business Partner frame enter data in the
following fields:
Description
Supply Chain Unit, for example PL0001@ERP001 or PL0001@P6Q800
Custodian, for example BP0001
Dflt Pty Entld, for example BP0001
Default Ship-To
For more information, see the IMG activity documentation.
5. Choose Save.
Procedure for the ERP to EWM 5.1 Connection
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See Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.1 Connection.
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Mapping Storage Locations from the ERP System
to EWM
Use
You can use this procedure to map storage locations from the ERP system.
Procedure

Only refer to the procedure that describes the integration scenario relevant for
your system landscape.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection
...
...
1. In Customizing for SAP SCM, choose Extended Warehouse Management Interfaces
ERP Integration Goods Movement Map Storage Locations form ERP System
to EWM.
2. Create entries for mapping the storage locations. For examples of entries, see the
following table:
Field Entry no. 1 Entry no. 2
Plnt
0001 0001
Sloc
ROD AFS
Log. system
ERPCLNT001 ERPCLNT001
Warehouse Number
SPG1 SPG1
Agr
001 002
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.1 Connection
See Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection.
Procedure for the ERP to EWM 5.1 Connection
...
1. In Customizing, choose SCM Extended Warehouse Management Extended
Warehouse Management Interfaces ERP Integration Goods Movement Map
Storage Locations form ERP System to EWM.
2. Create entries for mapping the storage locations. For examples of entries, see the
following table:
Field Entry no. 1 Entry no. 2
Plnt
0001 0001
SLoc
ROD AFS
Log. system
P6QCLNT800

Use the logical system, which you
defined in Assigning a Logical
System to a Client [Page 15].
P6QCLNT800

Use the logical system, which you
defined in Assigning a Logical
System to a Client [Page 15].
Warehouse Number
EWM1 EWM1
AGr
001 002
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Registering Display Programs for Application Log
Use
You can use this procedure to register display programs for application log.
Procedure

Only refer to the procedure that describes the integration scenario relevant for
your system landscape.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection
...
1. In SAP SCM, on the SAP Easy Access screen, call transaction SMQE.
2. Choose Edit Register Display Program.
3. Enter the queue and program names as shown in the following table.
Queue and Program Names
Queue Name Program Name
CF* /SAPAPO/CIF_QUEUE_EVENT2
DLV* /SCWM/QRFC_APPL_LOG_DISPLAY
EWM* /SCWM/QRFC_APPL_LOG_DISPLAY
QI* QIE_RFC_DISPLAY_QUEUE_LOG
QM* QIE_RFC_DISPLAY_QUEUE_LOG
X* RSXMB_SHOW_ENTRY
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.1 Connection
...
...
...
1. In SAP SCM, on the SAP Easy Access screen, call transaction SMQE.
2. Choose Edit Register Display Program.
3. Enter the queue and program names as shown in the following table.
Queue and Program Names
Queue Name Program Name
CF* CIFQEV02
DLV* /SCWM/QRFC_APPL_LOG_DISPLAY
DLW* /SPE/QUEUE_DISPLAY_TOOLS
EWM* /SPE/QUEUE_DISPLAY_TOOLS
QI* QIE_RFC_DISPLAY_QUEUE_LOG
QM* QIE_RFC_DISPLAY_QUEUE_LOG
X* RSXMB_SHOW_ENTRY
Procedure for the ERP to EWM 5.1 Connection
...
...
1. On the SAP Easy Access screen, call transaction SMQE.
2. Choose Edit Register Display Program.
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3. Enter the queue and program names as shown in the following table.
Queue and Program Names
Queue Name Program Name
CF* CIFQEV02
DLV* /SCWM/QRFC_APPL_LOG_DISPLAY
DLW* /SPE/QUEUE_DISPLAY_TOOLS
EWM* /SPE/QUEUE_DISPLAY_TOOLS
QI* QIE_RFC_DISPLAY_QUEUE_LOG
QM* QIE_RFC_DISPLAY_QUEUE_LOG
X* RSXMB_SHOW_ENTRY

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Activating Business Configuration Sets (BC Sets)
Business Configuration Sets (BC Sets) allow you to configure additional functions that are not
configured in Customizing.
For the integration of SAP EWM with an ERP system, you need to activate the standard BC
Set for delivery, see Activating BC Sets for Delivery [Page 140].
In addition to the BC Sets for delivery, you need to activate BC Sets for Warehouse
Management (WM), for more information see Activating BC Sets for Warehouse Management
(WM) [Page 142].

Activating a BC Set copies all data from the BC Set into the original tables. The
existing entries in the original tables are overwritten.

BC Sets can only be activated if there is no production client in the system.

For technical reasons, we recommend that you activate the BC Sets more than
once.
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Activating BC Sets for Delivery
Use
You can use this procedure to activate Business Configuration Sets (BC Sets) for delivery.
Procedure

Only refer to the procedure that describes the integration scenario relevant for
your system landscape.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection
..
1. In SAP SCM, on the SAP Easy Access screen, choose Tools Customizing
Business Configuration Sets Activation of BC Sets. Alternatively, call transaction
SCPR20.
2. In the BC Set field, enter /SCWM/DLV_STANDARD.
3. Choose BC Set Activate.
For more information, see the BC Set documentation.

For technical reasons, we recommend that you activate the BC Sets more than
once.

Additional BC Sets for delivery exist. You can access these by calling
transaction SCPR20 and entering a search term in the BC Set field.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.1 Connection
...
1. In SAP SCM, on the SAP Easy Access screen, choose Tools Customizing
Business Configuration Sets Activation of BC Sets. Alternatively, call transaction
SCPR20.
2. In the BC Set input field, enter one of the following BC Sets:
/SCWM/DLV_STANDARD_CW if you use at least one material for catch weight
management
/SCWM/DLV_STANDARD if you do not use any materials for for catch weight
management
3. Choose BC Set Activate.
For more information, see the BC Set documentation.

For technical reasons, we recommend that you activate the BC Sets more than
once. For more information about BC Sets, see the release note Business
Configuration Sets in SAP EWM (New).

Additional BC Sets for delivery exist. You can access these by calling
transaction SCPR20 and entering a search term in the BC Set field.
Procedure for the ERP to EWM 5.1 Connection
...
...
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1. On the SAP Easy Access screen, choose Tools Customizing Business
Configuration Sets Activation of BC Sets. Alternatively, call transaction SCPR20.
2. In the BC Set input field, enter one of the following BC Sets:
/SCWM/DLV_STANDARD_CW if you use at least one material for catch weight
management
/SCWM/DLV_STANDARD if you do not use any materials for for catch weight
management
3. Choose BC Set Activate.
For more information, see the BC Set documentation.

For technical reasons, we recommend that you activate the BC Sets more than
once. For more information about BC Sets, see the release note Business
Configuration Sets in SAP EWM (New).

Additional BC Sets for delivery exist. You can access these by calling
transaction SCPR20 and entering a search term in the BC Set field.
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Activating BC Sets for SAP EWM
Use
You can use this procedure to activate Business Configuration Sets (BC Sets) for SAP
Extended Warehouse Management (SAP EWM).
Procedure

Only refer to the procedure that describes the integration scenario relevant for
your system landscape.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection
...
1. In SAP SCM, on the SAP Easy Access screen, choose Tools Customizing
Business Configuration Sets Activation of BC Sets. Alternatively, call transaction
SCPR20.
2. Activate the following BC Sets in the order they are given:
a. /scwm/basic_whs_indep
b. /scwm/basics
c. /scwm/process
For more information, see the BC Set documentation.

For technical reasons, we recommend that you activate the BC Sets more than
once.

Additional BC Sets for warehouse management exist. You can access these by
calling transaction SCPR20 and entering a search term in the BC Set input field.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.1 Connection
...
1. In SAP SCM, on the SAP Easy Access screen, choose Tools Customizing
Business Configuration Sets Activation of BC Sets. Alternatively, call transaction
SCPR20.
2. Activate the following BC Sets in the order they are given:
a. /scwm/basic_whs_indep_basis
b. /scwm/basic_whs_indep
c. /scwm/basics
d. /scwm/process
For more information, see the BC Set documentation.

For technical reasons, we recommend that you activate the BC Sets more than
once. For more information about BC Sets, see the release note Business
Configuration Sets in SAP EWM (New).

Additional BC Sets for warehouse management exist. You can access these by
calling transaction SCPR20 and entering a search term in the BC Set input field.
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Procedure for the ERP to EWM 5.1 Connection
...
1. On the SAP Easy Access screen, choose Tools Customizing Business
Configuration Sets Activation of BC Sets. Alternatively, call transaction SCPR20.
2. Activate the following BC Sets in the order they are given:
a. /scwm/basic_whs_indep_basis
b. /scwm/basic_whs_indep
c. /scwm/basics
d. /scwm/process
For more information, see the BC Set documentation.

For technical reasons, we recommend that you activate the BC Sets more than
once. For more information about BC Sets, see the release note Business
Configuration Sets in SAP EWM (New).

Additional BC Sets for warehouse management exist. You can access these by
calling transaction SCPR20 and entering a search term in the BC Set input field.
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Copying Warehouse Customizing Data
Use
You can use this procedure to copy warehouse Customizing data.
Procedure

Only refer to the procedure that describes the integration scenario relevant for
your system landscape.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection
...
...
...
1. In Customizing for SAP SCM, choose Extended Warehouse Management Cross-
Process Settings Copy Warehouse Number Customizing. Alternatively, call
transaction /SCWM/LGNUM_COPY.
2. Copy all warehouse number-dependent entries in the Customizing tables and check the
data.
3. If necessary, repair the text that has been overwritten by copying the warehouse
numbers. For repairing the text, see Defining Warehouse Numbers [Page 91].
4. Choose Save.
For more information, see the IMG activity documentation.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.1 Connection
See Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection.
Procedure for the ERP to EWM 5.1 Connection
...
1. In Customizing, choose SCM Extended Warehouse Management Extended
Warehouse Management Cross-Process Settings Copy Warehouse Number
Customizing. Alternatively, call transaction /SCWM/LGNUM_COPY.
2. Copy all warehouse number-dependent entries in the Customizing tables and check the
data, for example copy 0001 to EWM1.
3. If necessary, repair the text that has been overwritten by copying the warehouse
numbers. For repairing the text, see Defining Warehouse Numbers [Page 91].
4. Choose Save.
For more information, see the IMG activity documentation.
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Creating Storage Bins
Use
You can use this procedure to create additional storage bins, which are used in the
warehouse process type definition.
Procedure

Only refer to the procedure that describes the integration scenario relevant for
your system landscape.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection
...
1. In SAP SCM, on the SAP Easy Access screen, choose Extended Warehouse
Management Master Data Storage Bin Create Storage Bin. Alternatively, call
transaction /scwm/LS01.
2. Create a storage bin for the goods receiving (GR) zone. You should name the storage
bin GR-Zone.
For the GR-Zone, enter the data as shown in the following table:
Field Name Field Value
Storage Type
9010
Section Type
0001
3. Create a storage bin for the goods issuing (GI) zone. You should name the storage
GI-Zone.
For the GI-Zone, enter the data as shown in the following table:
Field Name Field Value
Storage Type
9020
Section Type
0001
4. Choose Save.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.1 Connection
See Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection.
Procedure for the ERP to EWM 5.1 Connection
...
1. On the SAP Easy Access screen, choose SCM Extended Warehouse Management
Extended Warehouse Management Master Data Storage Bin Create Storage
Bin. Alternatively, call transaction /scwm/LS01.
2. Create a storage bin for the goods receiving (GR) zone. You should name the storage
bin GR-Zone.
For the GR-Zone, enter the data as shown in the following table:
Field Name Field Value
Storage Type
9010
Section Type
0001
3. Create a storage bin for the goods issuing (GI) zone. You should name the storage
GI-Zone.
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For the GI-Zone, enter the data as shown in the following table:
Field Name Field Value
Storage Type
9020
Section Type
0001
4. Choose Save.
Result
You can now generate additional storage bins according to the structure of your warehouse.
For more information on generating storage bins, on the SAP Easy Access screen in SAP
SCM, choose Extended Warehouse Management Master Data Storage Bin Generate
Storage Bin. Alternatively, call transaction /scwm/LS10.
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Additional Data Transfer to SAP SCM using the
Core Interface (CIF)
Purpose
You can use this process to transfer additional data from the ERP system using the core
interface (CIF). To transfer additional data, you modify the previously created integration
model. For more information, see Creating an Integration Model in the ERP System [Page
123].
Prerequisites
You have made the necessary configuration settings to transfer data from the ERP system to
SAP SCM, see Data Transfer to SAP SCM via the Core Interface (CIF) [Page 117].
You have made the configuration settings in SAP SCM after transferring the data from the
ERP system, see Configuration Settings for SAP SCM after Data Transfer [Page 125].
Process Flow
Ensure that you follow the steps in exactly the order in which they are presented:
...
1. You modify the previously created integration model to transfer the data for the
materials, customers, vendors, and batches. For more information, see Modifying the
Integration Model for Additional Data Transfer [Page 148].
2. You activate the enhanced integration model by doing one of the following:
Activating the model manually, see Activating the Integration Model in the ERP
System [Page 124]
Activating the model automatically as part of a background job. To activate it in
the background, you have to carry out the following steps in the order they are
given:
...
i. Create a variant for deleting inactive integration models [Page 150]
ii. Create a variant for activating integration models for background
processing [Page 151]
iii. Schedule a background job and specify the start conditions [Page 152]
Result
You have transferred additional data from the ERP system to SAP EWM.
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Modifying the Integration Model for Additional
Data Transfer
Use
You can use this procedure to transfer the data for materials, customer, vendors, and batches
from the ERP system.
Prerequisites
You have created an integration model and saved it as a variant. For more information, see
Creating an Integration Model in the ERP System [Page 123].
Procedure

Only refer to the procedure that describes the integration scenario relevant for
your system landscape.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection
...
1. In the ERP system, on the SAP Easy Access screen, choose Logistics Central
Functions Supply Chain Planning Interface Core Interface Advanced Planner and
Optimizer Integration Model Create. Alternatively, call transaction CFM1.
2. In the menu, choose Go To Variant Get Variant.
3. Enter or select the name of the variant that you created previously, for example
VIMEWM1.
4. Choose Execute.
5. Select the following objects:
a. Materials
b. Customers
c. Vendors
d. Batches
6. For each object, make a selection by choosing Special Restrictions and entering only
those objects that you want to work with in SAP EWM.

If you work with classified batches, you can set special restrictions. To set the
special restrictions, set the Class/Charact indicator in the Materials Independent
Objects frame.
Choose the Special Restrictions button and enter the following:
A in the Org. area ind. field
023 in the Class Type field
7. Save the changed integration model as a variant, for example VIMEWM1.
8. Choose Execute.
9. Choose Generate IM.
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Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.1 Connection
See Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection.
Procedure for the ERP to EWM 5.1 Connection
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1. On the SAP Easy Access screen, choose Logistics Central Functions Supply
Chain Planning Interface Core Interface Advanced Planner and Optimizer
Integration Model Create. Alternatively, call transaction CFM1.
2. In the menu, choose Go To Variant Get Variant.
3. Enter or select the name of the variant that you created previously, for example
VIMEWM1.
4. Choose Execute.
5. Select the following objects:
a. Materials
b. Customers
c. Vendors
d. Batches
6. For each object, make a selection by choosing Special Restrictions and entering only
those objects that you want to work with in SAP EWM.
7. Save the changed integration model as a variant, for example VIMEWM1.
8. Choose Execute.
9. Choose Generate IM.
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Creating a Variant for Deleting Inactive Integration
Models
Use
You can use this procedure to create a variant which will be used to delete inactive integration
models. Integration models should be deleted for performance reasons.
Procedure

Only refer to the procedure that describes the integration scenario relevant for
your system landscape.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection
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1. In the ERP system, on the SAP Easy Access screen, choose Logistics Central
Functions Supply Chain Planning Interface Core Interface Advanced Planner and
Optimizer Delete. Alternatively, call transaction CFM7.
2. Enter data in the following input fields:
a. Model, for example IMEWM1.
b. Logical System, for example SCMCLNT001 or P6QEWM800.
c. APO Application, for example EWM.
3. Set the Select Inactive IMs Only indicator.
4. Save as a variant, for example VIMEWMDEL.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.1 Connection
See Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection.
Procedure for the ERP to EWM 5.1 Connection
See Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection.
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Creating a Variant for Activating Integration
Models for Background Processing
Use
You can use this procedure to create and activate integration models for periodic (hourly)
background processing.
Procedure

Only refer to the procedure that describes the integration scenario relevant for
your system landscape.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection
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1. In the ERP system, on the SAP Easy Access screen, call transaction CFM3.
2. Enter data in the following input fields:
a. Model, for example IMEWM1.
b. Logical System, for example SCMCLNT001 or P6QEWM800.
c. APO Application, for example EWM.
3. Set the following indicators:
a. Ignore Faulty Queue Entries
b. Do Not Issue Warning in Case of Parallel CIF Load
4. Enter the value 2 in the Create Business Partner field.
5. Save as a variant, for example VIMEWM1BACK.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.1 Connection
See Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection.
Procedure for the ERP to EWM 5.1 Connection
See Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection.
Result
The system automatically retrieves the variant of the integration model and activates it in a
background job.
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Scheduling Background Jobs and Specifying Start
Conditions
Use
You can use this procedure to schedule background jobs for transferring master data from the
ERP system and to specify their start conditions.
Prerequisites
You have defined variants for:
Deleting inactive integration models
Enhancing the integration model for additional data transfer
Activating integration models for background processing
Procedure

Only refer to the procedure that describes the integration scenario relevant for
your system landscape.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection
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1. In the ERP system, on the SAP Easy Access screen, call transaction SM36.
2. Enter the name of the job, for example EWMTRANSFER.
3. Specifiy the Job class and Status.
4. Define the steps for the job as follows:
a. Create step number 1 by choosing Step.
b. In the ABAP program frame, define step number 1 as follows:
i. In the Name field, enter RIMODDEL.
ii. In the Variant field, enter the name of the variant, for example
VIMEWM1DEL.
iii. In the Language field, enter EN.
iv. Choose Save.
The Step List Overview screen appears.
c. Create step number 2 by choosing Create.
d. In the ABAP program frame, define step number 2 as follows:
i. In the Name field, enter RIMODGEN.
ii. In the Variant field, enter the name of the variant, for example VIMEWM1.
iii. In the Language field, enter EN.
iv. Choose Save.
e. Create step number 3 by choosing Create.
f. In the ABAP program frame, define step number 3 as follows:
i. In the Name field, enter RIMODAC2.
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ii. In the Variant field, enter the name of the variant, for example
VIMEWM1BACK.
iii. In the Language field, enter EN.
iv. Choose Save.
5. Choose Back.
6. Choose Start Condition.
The Start Time screen appears.
7. Choose Date/Time.
8. Enter values in the following fields:
a. Scheduled start
b. No Start After
9. Set the Periodic job indicator.
10. Choose Period values.
The Period Values screen appears.
11. Select Hourly and save.
12. On the Start Time screen choose Save.
Result
The background jobs starts at the specified times and time intervals.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.1 Connection
See Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection.
Procedure for the ERP to EWM 5.1 Connection
See Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection.
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Final Configuration Settings for SAP SCM
Purpose
You can use this process to make the final configuration settings in SAP SCM once you have
transferred the additional data from the ERP system.
Prerequisites
You have made the necessary configuration settings to transfer additional data from the ERP
system to EWM, see Additional Data Transfer to SAP SCM via the Core Interface (CIF) [Page
147].
Process Flow
Ensure that you follow the steps in exactly the order in which they are given:
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1. Enhance the business partner role [Page 155].
Result
You have completed the integration of SAP ERP with EWM as a component of SAP SCM.
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Enhancing the Business Partner Role
Use
You can use this procedure to enhance the business partner roles for all vendors and
customers after their data has been transferred from the ERP system using the core interface
(CIF).

You should check that the necessary business partner roles have been
assigned to the business partners, whenever you transfer business partners
from the ERP system to SAP EWM. If you do not enhance the business partner
roles accordingly, SAP EWM displays warning messages.
Procedure

Only refer to the procedure that describes the integration scenario relevant for
your system landscape.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection
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1. In SAP SCM, on the SAP Easy Access screen, call transaction BUP2.
2. In display mode, enter or select a name for the business partner in the Business
Partner field.
3. Check that the following business partner roles are available by selecting them in the
Change in BP role field:
a. Role BBP000 for vendors
b. Roles CRM000 (sold-to party) and CRM002 (ship-to party) for customers
If they are not available, you have to add them to the business partner.
4. Switch to change mode.
5. Add a role by selecting it in the Change in BP role field.
6. Enter the necessary information.
7. Save your settings.
8. To add additional roles, repeat steps number 5 to 7.
Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.1 Connection
See Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection.
Procedure for the ERP to EWM 5.1 Connection
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1. On the SAP Easy Access screen, call transaction BUP2.
2. In display mode, enter or select a name for the business partner in the Business
Partner field.
3. Check that the following business partner roles are available by selecting them in the
Change in BP role field:
a. Role BBP000 for vendors
b. Roles CRM000 (sold-to party) and CRM002 (ship-to party) for customers
If they are not available, you have to add them to the business partner.
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4. Switch to change mode.
5. Add a role by selecting it in the Change in BP role field.
6. Enter the necessary information.
7. Save your settings.
8. To add additional roles, repeat steps number 5 to 7.