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WM CookBook ECC 5.0

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WM CookBook ECC 5.0

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Definitions and Acronyms WM WMS ECC ERP SU HU Warehouse Management Warehouse Management System ERP Central Component Enterprise Resource Planning Storage Unit Handling Units

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Revision History ................................................................................................................................ i Definitions and Acronyms................................................................................................................. i 1 Introduction ........................................................................................................................... 4
1.1 Prerequisites ...................................................................................................................................... 4

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Warehouse Management Enterprise Structure ................................................................... 5
2.1 Define Warehouse .............................................................................................................................. 5 2.1.1 Definition.......................................................................................................................................... 5 2.1.2 Assignment ...................................................................................................................................... 5 2.2 Defining Control Parameters for Warehouse Number...................................................................... 5 2.3 Defining Storage Type ....................................................................................................................... 7 2.4 Defining Storage Section ................................................................................................................... 9 2.5 Defining Picking Areas ...................................................................................................................... 9 2.6 Define Doors..................................................................................................................................... 10 2.7 Define Material Staging Area ........................................................................................................... 10 2.8 Defining Master Data for Storage Bins............................................................................................ 10 2.8.1 Define Storage Bin Types............................................................................................................... 10 2.8.2 Define Blocking Reasons ............................................................................................................... 11 2.8.3 Define Storage Bin Structures ........................................................................................................ 11 2.9 Defining Master Data for Material Master ........................................................................................ 13 2.9.1 Define Storage Type Indicators ...................................................................................................... 13 2.9.2 Define Storage Unit Types ............................................................................................................. 14 2.9.3 Define Storage Section Indicator .................................................................................................... 14 2.9.4 Define Special Movement Indicator ................................................................................................ 15 2.9.5 Defining Bulk Storage Indicator ...................................................................................................... 15

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Strategies for Warehouse Operations ............................................................................... 16
3.1 Activate Storage Type Search ......................................................................................................... 16 3.1.1 Define Storage Type Indicator ........................................................................................................ 17 3.1.2 Determine Search Sequence.......................................................................................................... 17 3.1.3 Define Movement Type References................................................................................................ 19 3.1.4 Access Optimization using Storage Type Search............................................................................ 19 3.2 Activate Storage Section Search..................................................................................................... 20 3.2.1 Define Storage Section Indicator .................................................................................................... 21 3.2.2 Determine Storage Section Search Sequence................................................................................ 21 3.2.3 Activate Storage Section Check ..................................................................................................... 22 3.3 Cross Line Stock Putaway – to Define Sort Sequence for Putaway .............................................. 22 3.4 Define Sort Sequence for Stock Removal (Picking) ....................................................................... 24 3.5 Putaway Strategies .......................................................................................................................... 24 3.6 Stock Removal Strategies................................................................................................................ 24

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Configuration for Setting up Warehouse Activities .......................................................... 25
4.1 Define Requirement Types .............................................................................................................. 25 4.2 Define Shipment Types .................................................................................................................... 25 4.3 Define Print Control - Standard ....................................................................................................... 26 4.3.1 Define Spool Code ......................................................................................................................... 27 4.3.2 Define Printer Pool/Labels.............................................................................................................. 28 4.3.3 Define Sort Profile / Collective Processing ...................................................................................... 28 4.3.4 Define Print Code........................................................................................................................... 28 4.3.5 Assign Printer – Warehouse Movement.......................................................................................... 29 4.3.6 Assign Printer – Picking Area ......................................................................................................... 30 4.3.7 Assign Printer – Storage Type........................................................................................................ 30 4.3.8 Assign Print Code to Movement Type............................................................................................. 31 4.3.9 Assign Print Report to Warehouse.................................................................................................. 31 4.3.10 Print Control for Multiple Processing........................................................................................... 32 4.4 Define Movement Types................................................................................................................... 32 4.5 Define Stock Transfers and Replenishment Control ...................................................................... 35 4.6 Set up Automatic TO Creation for TRs/PCNs.................................................................................. 36

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.... 43 4.....5 Define Region Codes ......................................... 45 4....................................................... 64 7.............1....... 62 7.......2 Control for Automatic TO...................................................................................................1................................................8............................................3 Storage Classes Allowed .................................................................................................................................................................2 Confirmation Control – Warehouse Number ........................ 54 6.................... 54 6...........................2 Define Hazardous Material Warning .................................9.................. 66 8 8.........................3.......................3 Activate QM Interim Storage Type Search .....2 2-Step Picking................6......................3 8......................3......................................................................................................................................... 43 4.........................1...................................9 Physical Inventory.......................................................................4............ 52 6.......................................... 38 4..........................8 Setting up TO Confirmation ............................................................................. 49 6........1 Maintain production supply area ......................................................... 42 4......................... 56 6..3.........................................................4 Create Production Scheduling Profile ..................9..................................................................................... 60 6.....................5 Goods Movement (IM) Not Allowed for Storage Types......................................................... 37 4...................9..................................................................................... 36 4.......3 Define Differences and Document Limits ........................... 40 4......1....................4 Clear Differences (Interface to Inventory Management) ............... 40 4............................................................... 53 6............................................................................2 8..................3 Define Hazardous Material Storage Warning ............. 65 7.................................................... 44 4..... 49 6.......................................... 58 6..............2 Transfer Type Control ........................... 69 2 ..................4 Storage Unit Management ........................................................................... 61 7 Hazardous Materials in WM ..........................................................1 Inventory Management ..................................1 Transfer Requirement Control ...............1 Define Fire-Containment Section.......................................................................... 60 6......................................1 Define Inspection Sample Control ..................1................................... 47 5 6 Maintain Number Ranges ............................................................... 64 7............................................................................ 63 7................................................................................1..............................................10 Maintain Transaction parameters................................................. 67 Number Ranges for Storage Unit .......................... 50 6........................................................3 Confirmation Control – Storage Type.............................. 67 Activate SU Management for WM ....1 8.......................3.....................................................7 Set up Two Step Picking for TRs ........................................................9..................................1.........0 4.................................................................................9.................................................................................................. 48 Interfaces to other modules ....................... 53 6......................................2........................................................... 40 4..................................3 Movement Type .............................................................................................6................................6 Define Storage Classes..........................................................................................................................................4 Define Aggregate States .8............................4........................................................................................................................2 Shipping ........................................................................................... 60 6. 62 7............................ 46 4...........................3 Define Production .....................2 WM movement type for replenishment .....................1.............................................................................3....4 Define Quality Management......1...............IBM India Private Limited WM CookBook ECC 5...........................................................................................................4 Allow Negative Stocks in Interim Storage Types ........1 Define Default Values..........7............................................... 67 Define Storage Type Control ............................3 Create Production Control Cycle ..............................................................1 Mail Recipient .......................................................................................1............. 59 6........ 41 4.............................4 Confirmation Control – Movement Type....... 62 7...............................................................................1 Define Storage Location Control............................... 56 6..........................7............................................................................8.....................................4................................................2 Define Types per Storage Type .................................... 49 6.................................... 60 6..................................................2 Define Movement Types ............................. 37 4...............2 Define Storage Type Search (As Necessary) –......................................... 57 6............................7 Activate Hazardous Material Management ..................................................................................................5 Activating the PP or PP-PI interface ......3 Define Posting Changes..........................................................5 Maintain Number Ranges..............................................1............... 65 7............................................................................................................................8........... 45 4............................................2......................................................1......1 Define Shipping Control .... 63 7........... 38 4......................................... 39 4.............................................................................................................................................1 Handling Differences using Difference Indicator....................2 Activate Hazardous Material Check for Storage Type .................... 68 Activate Storage Bin Type Search.......... 58 6..........................1 Master Data...................6............... 62 7...............

.........................................................................5 Activate Storage Unit Type Check ..........1................................................................................................................... 78 9..................2 Define Critical Parameters for each WAM Object activated........................................5 Define ID Point Transactions ...8 3 ...................................1 11........................................... 74 8......................................... .................................... 80 10...............2 Maintain Warehouse Processes ...............3 Assign Storage Unit types to Storage types .......... 81 10.............................................................................2.............. 80 10...........................1........................................................7.....................................................................................1 Determine TO Header Parameters .......... 74 8...........................................................................................3 Maintain Warehouse Workload................ 74 9 Planning and Monitoring Operations in WM ......... 85 Number Range for Wave Types ....................................1......................................................1 Maintain warehouse Operations .1........................................4 Assign Storage Unit Types to Storage Bin types................ 85 Define Groups for wave Picks ......................7..6 Define Print Control for SU Management ...........................................................................................................2 Determine Target Data ............2............. 70 8.........................................1........... 87 Maintain Time of Comparison for Forming Wave Picks ....... 81 10............................................................................................................... 79 10 Special Functions of TO processing....................................................................... 70 8............................................................. 85 Number Ranges .......... 82 10...........1 Activate Warehouse Activity Monitor Objects......................................................................................4 11.........................1.. 86 Control Update of Workload Data............................6 11................2................. 70 8............................................1 Performance Data / in TO Split ....................................2 Warehouse Activity Monitor .................................2 Define TO Item Parameters ......4 Control update of Workload Data.......................................................................................................................................................... 69 8..........................4..................................... 77 9............................................1 11...........................................................2.......1...................................................................................................................2 Assign Transfer Order Print Control.............................................6...............................2 Define Storage Unit Types ................................................... 76 9............................ 88 Maintain Time Slots ...................................................................................... 85 Delivery split by Warehouse Number and Delivery Type .................7 11......................................................................3 Block/row structures: .............................4......1............................................. 89 11...................................... 73 8.......................1 Rough Workload Estimate .1 Define Print Code.......................................................................................................................................................1 Define Profiles .....0 8..............................2 Define the bulk storage indicators......................................... 78 9... 88 Maintain Timeslot Groups for Wave Picks............................................................. 77 9...................................................... 85 Number Ranges for Groups ........................................... 71 8...................................................2 11.................................IBM India Private Limited WM CookBook ECC 5........................... 80 10................................................................................... 76 9...................................4..1 Define Storage Bin Types................ 72 8........................... 71 8........................6................................1 Define the storage type control for bulk storage....................4...................5 11.................................................2 Control for Performance Data/TO Split ...................................................................................................................................................................................... 76 9....................................................................................................7 SU Management with Bulk Storage Area ............................................. 73 8....7..................4............. 83 11 Wave Picking . 72 8..2 11............ 87 Create Picking Wave Profile ........................................3 11......................... 76 9.................

4 . SD and FI configuration to ensure all Inventory Management Operations are possible.1 Prerequisites The prerequisites to work with the manual configuration of Warehouse management are as follows • SAP R/3 with o Organization Structure o Complete MM. The Configuration Guide describes step by step procedure to set up the configuration of WM manually 1.0 1 Introduction The purpose of this document is to describe the general configuration steps required to manually set up the configuration within the system landscape that has already been installed using the corresponding installation or configuration guides for installation.IBM India Private Limited WM CookBook ECC 5.

1. SPRO / SM30 T320 / V_T320 Assign 2. IMG Path Transaction Code Table / View Definition IMG Enterprise Structure Copy.1 Define Warehouse 2. Delete. Check Warehouse Number SPRO / SM30 T300 / V_T300 Logistic Execution Define. This is the first basic and mandatory step towards setting up configuration for Warehouse Management.2 Defining Control Parameters for Warehouse Number In this activity various control parameters for warehouse in Warehouse Management System are defined.0 2 Warehouse Management Enterprise Structure In this activity the organization structure for carrying out warehouse operations is defined. This assignment ensures that System recognize the storage locations in Materials Management controlled by the Warehouse Management system IMG Path Transaction Code Table / View IMG Enterprise Structure Assignment Logistic Execution Warehouse Number to Plant/Storage Location.1. a warehouse number is defined for the physical warehouse in which all the warehouse operations are supposed to take place.1 Definition In this activity. 2. This is the highest level of integration between Inventory Management and Warehouse Number.2 Assignment In this activity the warehouse number is assigned to a combination of plant and storage location.IBM India Private Limited WM CookBook ECC 5. 2. IMG Path IMG Logistics Execution Warehouse Management Master Data 5 .

• Storage Unit Management is activated at Warehouse Level in the control parameters only.0 Define Control Parameters for Warehouse Number. an error message. For example. you can use this indicator to control whether a warning message. This code is assigned in the configuration for Hazardous Materials Management. Transaction Code Table / View SPRO / SM30 T340D / V_T340D • Region Code: Region code is assigned to the warehouse for Hazardous Materials Management Functions. This blocking logic will control the simultaneous operations in the warehouse. • Capacity Check Method: If the capacity check is switched on in a storage type. the planned TO Processing time is recorded in the TO in this Time Unit. • Weights/Units of Measure • Time Unit / Performance Data The unit of measure defined here in this field is used by the system for all time calculations for performance in the warehouse. 6 . • Other details: Method for Blocking Logic is defined as one of the control parameters here.IBM India Private Limited WM CookBook ECC 5. or no message at all is to be issued by the system whenever there is not enough weight available in the material master (capacity check for weight) or insufficient quantity (capacity check for quantity).

the material weight is converted to this unit of weight and updated in the storage bins. In the case of movements. IMG Path Transaction Code Table / View IMG Logistics Execution Define Storage Type. we can control by using this indicator whether a warning message or an error message is issued in the case of missing weight in the Material Master Record. o 2nd Proposal UoM : The Unit of Measure defined in this field is taken as a default for a transaction of a material if system do not find any unit of measure from the material master record for that material. • Note: It is not advisable to change this unit of weight in a productive environment. the system tries to assign one of the defaults from the warehouse number record. GI Area etc. then this indicator need to be activated. The Planned TO time and the Time Limits of Critical Objects in Warehouse Activity Monitor is maintained in this Unit. SPRO / SM30 T301/T331 / V_T301 / V_T331 Warehouse Management Master Data 7 . at the time of TR Creation for this material • SU Management: If the warehouse is using Storage Units Management Function. • Partial Picking: This field controls the type of partial picking allowed in this warehouse. The capacity check by weight is also made in this unit.3 Defining Storage Type A warehouse Complex is divided into several different areas to store materials in different manner. data must be corrected by running report RLS10200 afterwards. the system uses the base Unit of Measure o 1st Proposal UoM : The Unit of Measure defined in this field is taken as a default for a transaction of a material if system do not find any unit of measure from the material master record for that material. At the same time this indicator will also be activated for storage types in this warehouse. • Blocking Method: The setting maintained in this field controls the degree to which multiple users are allowed to remove materials from the storage bins of the warehouse. Here. It controls the partial picking for material for TR and Delivery processing.IBM India Private Limited WM CookBook ECC 5. In case it is unavoidable. If the capacity check function is activated in a Storage Type. • Performance Data: To control whether an error or warning or no message to be displayed if some parameter is missing while processing planned TO data. If these defaults have not been maintained. Bulk Storage Area. • Default UoM: The system selects this unit of measure first for use in the warehouse if no default unit of measure was defined in the material master o Use: If no UoM is available in the material master. All weights are managed in the warehouse in the unit of weight that is specified in the Weight Unit field in this section . • Capacity Check: This indicator controls the issue of messages in the case of incorrect data for capacity check function. the maximum accuracy is 1/1000 of this unit of weight. GR Area. need to be displayed if batch is missing for a material which is handled in batches.0 • Weight/Volume Unit: The weights/volume of all the materials managed in the warehouse is managed in the unit of weight/volume that is specified in Weight/volume Unit field while defining warehouse. • Batch Missing during TR Creation: This setting controls whether a warning or an error message or no message at all. for example High Rack Storage Area. 2. • Time unit/Performance Data: The time unit maintained here is used while processing performance data.

0 Storage Type Controls • Header Level Controls o Storage Unit Management is activated or not for this Storage Type o Storage type is defined as ID point. o Storage type is defined as a Pick Point • Stock Placement Controls include o Stock placement strategy is used for this storage type o Stock Placement Requires Transfer Order Confirmation or not. o Storage bins in this storage types can retain over deliveries or not. o Negative stock allowed in this storage type . o Activation of an User Exit for stock placement in this storage type. o ID point for this storage type. This indicator is activated only for interim storage types (areas) 8 . if yes. o Stock Removal Requires Transfer Order Confirmation. o Mixed Storage allowed. • Stock Removal Controls include o Stock removal strategy is used for this storage type. then what type of mixed storage is allowed for this storage type. o Addition to Existing Stock is allowed in any storage bin in this storage type.IBM India Private Limited WM CookBook ECC 5. if any. This options is used when storage capacity of a Storage bin is limited. o Capacity check method used for finding storage space while stock putaway.

Warehouse Management Master Data 9 . To activate Zero Stock check type of Physical inventory method. copy the interim storage types from warehouse number 001. IMG Path Transaction Code Table / View Logistics Execution Warehouse Management IMG Define Control Parameters for Warehouse Number.0 o o o o o o Full stock need to be removed from the storage bin of this storage type or not.4 Defining Storage Section Storage Sections are used to group together storage bins with similar features. Remaining stock need to be returned to the same bin or not. then the rounding quantities need to be maintained in the material master record for that material.IBM India Private Limited WM CookBook ECC 5. the indicator.5 Defining Picking Areas In SAP WM. In case the remaining stock . then Return Storage type is Maintained for this storage type. and differences) in WM. Execute Zero Stock Check is activated Rounding off for picking quantities activated or not. picking area is an object within a storage type that groups together storage bins for stock removal. These bins are used for stock placement purposes. 2. a printer can be assigned to a printing area. Note: The interim storage types (900-999) are required for various postings (for example. This is not a mandatory activity (unlike Storage Section) Picking Area defined here . If this indicator is set over here. SPRO / SM30 T302 / V_T302 Master Data Note: If storage sections are not required in a storage type. The storage section in this case is identical to the storage type. IMG Path IMG Logistics Execution Define Picking Area. 2. For TO Printing purposes. Pick point for this storage type. at least one storage section (for example. required to be moved to some other storage type. is used only for stock removal activities. When you define your warehouse numbers. 001) per storage type is to be defined in this IMG Activity (Mandatory). if any. GR and GI postings.

6 Define Doors A door is a location where the goods either arrive in the warehouse or leave it. This value is assigned to the dock door in the delivery document. In combination with the storage unit type (for example. the system proposes a suitable storage bin during the putaway.0 Transaction Code Table / View SPRO / SM30 T30A / V_T30A 2. IMG Path Transaction Code Table / View IMG Logistics Execution Define Door. and so on). 10 . pallets. small storage bins. A picked-items zone can be assigned to a dock door as a default value. and so on). provided the "Door and picked-items-zone determination" do not have a different assignment. By defining storage bin types. you can divide up your storage bins into groups according to their physical features (for example. wire boxes.1 Define Storage Bin Types Storage bins can be divided into groups (for example.IBM India Private Limited WM CookBook ECC 5.8 Defining Master Data for Storage Bins 2. large storage bins. SPRO / SM30 T30B / V_T30B Warehouse Management Master Data 2.8. small bins. It is also an interim storage area for goods that were picked in a warehouse and are to be loaded for goods issue through loading ramps or doors IMG Path Transaction Code Table / View IMG Logistics Execution Warehouse Management Define Material Staging Areas SPRO / SM30 T30C / V_T30C Master Data 2.7 Define Material Staging Area A staging area is an interim storage area for goods that have been received from goods receipt and afterwards need to be transferred into the warehouse. big bins. and so on).

the storage bin structure is defined in order to generate bins automatically.2 Define Blocking Reasons In this IMG Activity the blocking reasons for blocking reasons for blocking storage types. so customer’s own storage bin structure is in this IMG Activity.3 Define Storage Bin Structures In this step. IMG Path IMG Logistics Execution Warehouse Management Storage Bin Define Storage Bin Structures Master Data 11 .8. storage units and quants respectively. IMG Path Transaction Code Table / View IMG Logistics Execution Warehouse Management Storage Bin Define Blocking Reasons SPRO / SM30 T330 / V_T330 Master Data 2. bins.8.0 IMG Path Transaction Code Table / View IMG Logistics Execution Warehouse Management Storage Bin Define Storage Bin Types SPRO / SM30 T303 / V_T303 Master Data 2.IBM India Private Limited WM CookBook ECC 5. since the storage bin structure are generally customer specific.

o o Note: Sequence number has no WM relevance except for technical reasons. o Picking area can also be specified if required o Storage Bin type Need necessarily be assigned to the storage bin structure. Additional Data o Storage section in which the Storage Bin need to be created is also mentioned in additional data. 04-01-02……. o Fire containment section need to be maintained if the storage bins which are to be created are supposed to store hazardous materials in it. there can be various storage bin structures. as for one warehouse and a storage type . o Structure: Specifies how the increment for automatic generation of storage bins is to be interpreted. 12 .g. Same letters mean that the increment is a multi-digit one Example for interpreting Template and Structure Template – NNCNNCNNCC Structure – AA BB CC. this may only be one digit C Stands for a character common to all the bins e. Different letters mean that the digits are increased by the increment independently of one another.04-05-05. End value 04-01-01. “-” or “ “. o Capacity and Weight can also be assigned to bins to be created under this structure.IBM India Private Limited WM CookBook ECC 5. increments 01 01 01 The Storage Bins will be created as 04-01-01. how storage bins are created for automatic generation. Start Value 04-01-01.0 Transaction Code Table / View SPRO/ LS10/SM30 T343 / V_T343 Parameters for BIN Creation o Template: Template controls the way. N stands for Numeric Character between Zero to Nine A stands for an alphabet.

by deploying putaway and picking strategies effectively. And then while defining search strategy for putaway and stock removal. IMG Path Transaction Code Table / View IMG Logistics Execution Warehouse Management Material Master Define Storage Type Indicators SPRO/SM30 T305 / V_T305 Master Data 13 .0 2.IBM India Private Limited WM CookBook ECC 5. This indicator is assigned in the Warehouse Management 1 view of the material master record.9. It controls whether certain storage types are given priority when materials are placed in or removed from stock.1 Define Storage Type Indicators Storage Type indicator is used to give special consideration to special materials in the stock placement or removal activities.9 Defining Master Data for Material Master 2. a separate table entry is created in the storage type search table for this indicator to differentiate the stock removal and placement of materials having this indicator. from other materials.

9.IBM India Private Limited WM CookBook ECC 5. the putaway strategies can be implemented effectively.3 Define Storage Section Indicator The storage section indicator divides materials into groups with the same characteristic a butes. This enables you to implement the picking strategies effectively IMG Path Transaction Code Table / View Warehouse Management IMG Logistics Execution Material Master Define Storage Section Indicator SPRO/ SM30 T304 / V_T304 Master Data 14 . IMG Path Transaction Code Table / View Warehouse Management IMG Logistics Execution Material Master Define Storage Unit Types SPRO/ SM30 T307 / V_T307 Master Data 2. By classifying the storage units. The storage unit type is referenced when the material is put away (provided that the storage bin search has been activated). The indicator is used to assign certain material groupings to certain storage sections.2 Define Storage Unit Types The storage unit type indicator is used to distinguish pallets or other containers in which a material is stored or transported.9.0 2.

IBM India Private Limited WM CookBook ECC 5.5 Defining Bulk Storage Indicator This indicator is required to be defined If materials are supposed to be managed in Bulk Storage. the indicators from the material masters are ignored IMG Path Transaction Code Table / View IMG Logistics Execution Warehouse Management Material Master Define Special Movement Indicator SPRO/ SM30 T306 / V_T306 Master Data 2.0 2. IMG Path Transaction Code Table / View IMG Logistics Execution Warehouse Management Material Master Define Special Movement Indicator SPRO/ SM30 T306 / V_T306 Master Data 15 . Using this indicator it is possible to allocate different movement types in WM to a movement type in IM. The indicator describes the ability of a material to be stacked and is one of the main criteria used to define the structure of a bulk storage unit. If this indicator is entered manually on the initial screens of the goods movements in Materials Management (WMS parameter).4 Define Special Movement Indicator The special movement indicator divides materials of the same feature characteristics into groups.9. Materials that have the same stacking ability are assigned to the same bulk storage indicator.9. Every material used in bulk storage must be assigned a bulk storage indicator in the "Warehouse Management 1" view.

as already mentioned. If you have activated the storage unit check.g. the Warehouse Management (WM) system needs to know o The storage types in which materials can be put away(for Stock Placement) o The storage types from which materials can be picked(for Stock Removal) • Logic for Storage Type Search in WM o Firstly. an entry with all of the relevant indicators from the material and (if present) hazardous material master. you can also influence the storage type search by setting additional indicators. The system then uses this strategy as follows to locate the corresponding entries in the storage type search table: First.1 Activate Storage Type Search In this IMG Activity. This information is provided by the "Storage Type Search" table. it attempts to read the table again – this time using the access strategy 3. search sequence for Storage Type search is determined. o Operation indicator (e. the SAP System attempts to read a fully qualified entry. 16 . Following are the activities carried out in this step.IBM India Private Limited WM CookBook ECC 5. it will also affect the storage type search. the storage unit type is from the transfer order is also checked against the permissible storage units for each storage type. the SAP System has to know the storage types in which materials are to be put away or picked from. various indicators affect the storage type search procedure. If the system does not find an entry in the storage type search table. i. you can define an access strategy. In this case. Secondly. To reduce the number of entries in the storage type search table. which you also configure here. The system takes this information from the "Allowed storage unit types / storage type" table.e.0 3 Strategies for Warehouse Operations While carrying out warehouse operations. putaway or picking operation) o Storage type indicator from the material master o Stock category indicator o Special stock indicator o Storage class o Water pollution class (WPC) o The Warehouse Management system will only use the "storage class" and "water pollution class" indicators if you have activated the hazardous material management facility o Thirdly.

IBM India Private Limited WM CookBook ECC 5.1 Define Storage Type Indicator Storage Type indicator is used to give special consideration to special materials in the stock placement or removal activities. 17 .1. by deploying putaway and picking strategies effectively. search sequence for storage type search is defined for different operations in the warehouse.2 Determine Search Sequence In this IMG Activity. It controls whether certain storage types are given priority when materials are placed in or removed from stock.0 3. IMG Path Transaction Code Table / View IMG Logistics Execution Activate Storage Type Search SPRO/SM30 T305 / V_T305 Warehouse Management Strategies Define Storage Type Indicator 3.1.

Activity types ‘A’ and ‘E’ are used for picking and putaway respectively IMG Path Transaction Code Table / View IMG Logistics Execution Activate Storage Type Search SPRO/SM30 T334 / V_T334 Warehouse Management Strategies Determine Search Sequence Entries specified in this table are: 18 . define activity type "2" (Column " Activity").IBM India Private Limited WM CookBook ECC 5. For the storage type search with the 2step picking process. The entry "+++" means that the system branches to the user exit to the stringent FIFO process (MWMTO013).0 If you want the system to search through the entire warehouse number for a stock pick. The system will then search the entire warehouse for the oldest stock of the material. enter "***" (stands for stringent FIFO) as the storage type. To use 2-step picking procedure. make sure that the destination storage type of the pick step is used as the source storage type for distributing the accumulated quantities.

Next. IMG Path Transaction Code Table / View Logistics Execution IMG Activate Storage Type Search SPRO/SM30 T333_C / V_T333_C Warehouse Management Strategies Define Movement Type Reference 3. o For example. if available. The reference storage type entered against a WM Movement type entered here is assigned to a particular storage type search sequence in “Storage Type Search Table”. These reference movement types are assigned and are into account in the table "Storage type search”. the system determines the required entries in the storage type search table as follows: o The system first tries to find a suitable match. from the hazardous material master. if we place a material into storage with type indicator "A" and stock category "R" (returned stock). that is. but this time using the access strategy.0 3. the system finds no entry in the storage type search table. it then looks in the second line for storage type indicator "A" without a stock category.3 Define Movement Type References This IMG Activity is used to set up the system so that for each WM movement type certain storage types are proposed. it again tries to read this table. o If the system does not find a suitable entry in the storage type search table. an entry in the storage type search table with all the relevant indicators from the material master and. the system goes to the access strategy table and looks in the first line which has no type indicators to look for stock category 'R' and special stock " " (blank). With the help of this access strategy.4 Access Optimization using Storage Type Search To reduce the number of entries. an access strategy can be defined for the storage type search table.1. Since the system initially has no success in reading the table.1.IBM India Private Limited WM CookBook ECC 5. The 19 .

IBM India Private Limited WM CookBook ECC 5. After that system searches for a suitable storage section using the storage section search strategy defined here.0 system then uses the entry found for the storage type search. The storage section is searched by WMS in the following sequence: First of all .2 Activate Storage Section Search This section involves the activation of storage section search in putaway activities in a warehouse. In this case. o o o 20 . the system searches for a suitable storage type for putaway activity. Then the system finds a suitable putaway strategy for this storage type. the system uses the third line in the storage type search table IMG Path IMG Logistics Execution Warehouse Management Strategies Access Optimization – Storage Type Activate Storage Type Search Search Transaction Code Table / View SPRO/SM30 T334U / V_T334U 3. NOTE: Storage Section search is not applicable for Fixed Bin Putaway Strategy.

1 Define Storage Section Indicator The storage section indicator divides materials into groups with the same characteristic attributes.2 Determine Storage Section Search Sequence The storage section is a further division of storage type. The indicator is used to assign certain material groupings to certain storage sections.2. When a storage type search is over by the WMS system as per storage type search sequence. This enables us to implement the picking strategies effectively IMG Path Transaction Code Table / View IMG Logistics Execution Warehouse Management Strategies Activate Storage Section Search Define Storage Section Indicator SPRO/ SM30 T304 / V_T304 3.IBM India Private Limited WM CookBook ECC 5.2.0 3. IMG Path IMG Logistics Execution Warehouse Management Strategies Activate Storage Section Search Define Storage Section Search Sequence SPRO/ SM30 T334B / V_T334B Transaction Code Table / View 21 . the search sequence defined in this search table for Storage Section Search sequence determines which storage section of the storage type is required to be searched for storage bins.

the danger of one-sided loading into the warehouse can be prevented and. With cross-line putaway. there is a danger of one-sided loading into the warehouse.2. 22 .3 Activate Storage Section Check After configuring the search sequence for storage section search.3 Cross Line Stock Putaway – to Define Sort Sequence for Putaway The cross-line putaway method can be used with the following putaway strategies: o Empty storage bin o Addition to existing stock o Pallets o Bulk Storage If SAP system is allowed to carry out the search for a suitable storage bin according to the numerically ascending sequence of storage bins. it is required to activate the storage section search for each storage type. IMG Path IMG Logistics Execution Warehouse Management Strategies Activate Storage Section Search Define Storage Section Search Sequence SPRO/ SM30 T331_J / V_T331_J Transaction Code Table / View 3. This can be influenced the sequence of storage bin allocation using this cross-line putaway method. have the putaways carried out efficiently.0 3.IBM India Private Limited WM CookBook ECC 5. at the same time.

the second stack will be filled next.L L). the entries in the configuration table will appear as follows: 23 . 7 and 8 of the coordinate structure (that is for S S . 6. you must change the affected storage bins using the "multiple processing" function. if you enter 1 2 3 4 5 into the sort variable fields for positions 4. For this example. the first stack in each row of the warehouse will be filled first.L L . If you activate this strategy after bins have been created.0 IMG Path Transaction Code Table / View IMG Logistics Execution Warehouse Management Define Sort Sequence for Cross-Line Putaway SPRO/ OMLM/ SM30 T343I / V_T343I Strategies Note: To use the "Cross-line putaway" strategy. and so on. If you must change the cross-line putaway method for storage types in which storage bins have already been created.S S . the control fields and indicators for existing storage bins will not be filled properly.IBM India Private Limited WM CookBook ECC 5. 5. activate the strategy before adding the storage bins. L = level For coordinate structure R R . Example: R = row. S = stack.

For more information. The sequence value defines the sequence in which the picker is to remove goods from the storage bins.6 Stock Removal Strategies In this IMG Activity.IBM India Private Limited WM CookBook ECC 5. 5.0 3.S S . 7 and 8 of the coordinate structure (that is. S = Stack.3.4 Define Sort Sequence for Stock Removal (Picking) This field plays a great role during picking. refer to section 2.3.L L for example. 24 . refer to section 2. enter 1 2 3 4 5 for the storage bin positions 4. the entries are as follows in the definition table: 3.3. 6. different stock removal strategies are defined for every storage type in their storage type Master records. 3. different putaway strategies are defined for every storage type in their storage type Master records. This sequence is defined on the lines for sequence definition for cross line stock putaway in step 3. L = Level For the coordinate structure R R . then the second and so on. For more information.5 Putaway Strategies In this IMG Activity. for S S . For this example.L L) in the sort fields. IMG Path Transaction Code Table / View IMG Logistics Execution Warehouse Management Define Sort Sequence for Stock Removal SPRO/ SM30 T343J / V_T343J Strategies Example: R = Row. The first column in each storage type will be printed first.

all stock placements into a storage type. The requirement type refers to the origin type. 25 .The transfer type is not used in system control functions. 4.1 Define Requirement Types Goods transfers and stock quantities in the Warehouse Management system contain a reference to their origin. the purchase order number or the cost center IMG Path Transaction Code Table / View Logistics Execution Warehouse Management IMG Transfer Define Requirement Types SPRO/OMNF /SM30 T308 / V_T308 Activities Example Let us take line 2 of the table shown above. It is advisable to keep standard settings for your warehouse. all stock removals from a storage type. The requirement number is the originating document itself. and so on). For requirement type B. the field name in case of Material Document for dynamic bin is Purchase Order number and in case of Delivery Document it is Delivery document Number. goods receipt for purchase order or goods issue to cost centers. for example.IBM India Private Limited WM CookBook ECC 5.0 4 Configuration for Setting up Warehouse Activities This section involves configuration for transfer of goods in the warehouse.2 Define Shipment Types The transfer type is a suitable tool for reports (for example. 4. for example.

This writes the data to the spool file 26 . If Storage Unit Management is used in the warehouse then the standard functionality as well as print control for Storage Unit Management need to be defined. Using the print control functions. for transfer orders) are to be printed for goods movements. This section involves Print Control for Standard Functionality.Standard In this IMG Activity. o If the system cannot find a printer using the methods described above. it selects the printer defined in the user master of the user currently logged on. • How these documents are to be printed (that is. and in the user master of each user? o First the system checks whether a printer is set in the configuration "Printer-Movement". the printer determination is complete at this point. it searches in the setting "Printer . for example. But it is advisable to have a look at the print control functionality documentation before setting up those flexible controls. if a printer is set.Storage Type" and uses this. the system uses the parameter "PriSrcTyp" defined in the configuration "Printer-Movement" to decide how it will proceed. we can define which documents (that is. the system automatically proposes LP01.0 IMG Path Transaction Code Table / View IMG Logistics Execution Warehouse Management Transfer Define Shipment Types SPRO/SM30 T333A / V_T333A Activities 4. the system checks if a printer is defined in the setting "Printer Picking Area" and then proposes this printer.3 Define Print Control . If so. o If the parameter is set here. how many copies are to be printed). which forms are to be used. • On which printer a document is to be printed automatically. o If the system finds no printer. o If not. Using the print control function.Picking Area".IBM India Private Limited WM CookBook ECC 5. WMS provide flexible control of the printing activities in your warehouse.Storage Type". "Printer . o If no printer is defined here. • How system determines a Printer in the warehouse for printing o Since it is possible to define a standard printer both in the configuration for "Printer-Movement" as well as in the configurations "Printer . the configuration data for print control is set.

Certain data is required to be passed on to the Spool file for each printout.0 4.3. Spool Indicator is used as a type of abbreviation o Parameters o Spool Code id.1 Define Spool Code In a SAP System. these parameters do not need to be specified each time. for the warehouse number o No of copies required to be printed along with original ( 1 stands for Original printout only) o Title.IBM India Private Limited WM CookBook ECC 5. Typical examples of such data are: o Number of copies to be printed o Dataset name of the printout within the Spool system o "Print immediately" o "Delete after print“ etc. the most appropriate combinations of the individual parameters are defined. This data controls the print function for this spool. o Using the Spool indicator.whereas its title is given by either spool code or manually entered by the user IMG Path Transaction Code Table / View IMG Logistics Execution Warehouse Management Define Print Control Define Spool Code SPRO/SM30 T329P / V_T329P Activities 27 . Generally the spool request name is given by the system . slips are always printed using the Spool function in printing. of the spool request.

This is used in situation . since during "standard" TO processing the sorting is set already when the TO is created.4 Define Print Code In this IMG Activity. whether there should be a control break.3. the printers for pool and Labels are defined for a warehouse. like label is to be printed on a special paper on a special printer. These controls and parameters are explained below: o Find Shipping Data/Determine Production: This indicator is set so that the system supplies shipping/production data additionally for transfer order printing.2 Define Printer Pool/Labels In this activity .3 Define Sort Profile / Collective Processing The sort profile is defined in this IMG Activity which sets the sequence of the transfer order items for printing. IMG Path Transaction Code Table / View IMG Logistics Execution Warehouse Management Activities Define Sort Profile / Collective Processing Define Print Control SPRO/SM30 T312S / V_T312S 4. other parameters for multiple processing printing e. Print Code is defined for printing activities in the warehouse. whereas other details are printed on a normal paper on another printer IMG Path Transaction Code Table / View IMG Logistics Execution Warehouse Management Define Printer Pool / Labels Define Print Control SPRO/SM30 T329E / V_T329E Activities 4. Furthermore. These indicators should not be used if speedy printing of TO is required.3. whether printing should continue on a new page if the field content changes are defined in this IMG Activity. Using the print code for the warehouse various parameters for printing are defined.0 4.IBM India Private Limited WM CookBook ECC 5. Different printers can be assigned for pool and labels.3. This code is assigned to a storage type. that is.g. 28 . This only applies to printing in multiple processing.

Quantity of Labels to be printed: This indicator determines how many labels are required to be printed for each transfer order item. print immediately. IMG Path Transaction Code Table / View Logistics Execution Warehouse Management IMG Define Print Control Define Print Code SPRO/SM30 T329F / V_T329F Activities 4. Spool indicator (Sort Profile ) maintained in previous transaction. Spool Control Data: This indicator ensures that Spool parameters set in a table for printing the transfer order are considered for printing.3. Sort sequence (via sort pool) in which the individual items of a transfer order are to be printed.5 Assign Printer – Warehouse Movement In this assignment printer is assigned to the warehouse number for a combination of Source and Destination Storage types.0 o o o o o o o Form that is used for printing. Label spool code. parameters regarding the number of copies. This indicator controls whether the TO need to be printed before its is posted. additional spool code. Label form. print immediately. the dataset name. a transfer order may be printed even though it has not been posted in the system. delete after print.IBM India Private Limited WM CookBook ECC 5. Indicator for Combined Printing: to print line items of several TO as a combined list. This indicator pertains to the quantities of the source items in the transfer orders that are managed in alternative and base units of measure. The sort pool is now called up through the multiple processing run. quantity of prints etc are also set in this table 29 . delete after print. Printing Time: If this indicator is not selected and there is an interruption or breakdown in processing. when its posted or printed later manually. o Indicator for Printing Label. Label Form and Label Spool Code: These fields control the printing of Labels along with TO layout. For example. Following controls are set in this activity o No Print. o Printer Name for the warehouse o Print source storage indicator to control whether source storage type is required to be printed or not o Form used for printing o Spool Control for Printing Transfer Order like no of copies. for a combination of Source and Destination Storage type in the warehouse.

IBM India Private Limited WM CookBook ECC 5.0 IMG Path Transaction Code Table / View IMG Logistics Execution Warehouse Management Activities Define Print Control Assign Printer – Warehouse Movement SPRO/SM30 T329D / V_T329D 4. so that TO related to the picking area are transferred to this printer.7 Assign Printer – Storage Type IMG Logistics Execution Warehouse Management Define Print Control Assign Printer – Storage Type SPRO/SM30 T331_A / V_T331_A Activities IMG Path Transaction Code Table / View 30 . IMG Path Transaction Code Table / View IMG Logistics Execution Warehouse Management Assign Printer – Picking Area Define Print Control SPRO/SM30 T30AD / V_T30AD Activities 4.3.6 Assign Printer – Picking Area In this IMG Activity Printer is assigned to Picking area.3.

IMG Path Transaction Code Table / View IMG Logistics Execution Warehouse Management Define Print Control Assign Print Code to Movement Type SPRO/SM30 T333_A / V_T333_A Activities 4. the system determines the general print parameters through the print code assigned to the movement type. The name of the standard program is RLVSDR40. depending on the warehouse movement. If one of these parameters (for example.0 4. This is only possible as an accompaniment to non-combined-printouts (indicator for combined printing in the print code) and is otherwise ignored. it checks the movement-specific print parameters.3.9 Assign Print Report to Warehouse A standard program must be assigned to each warehouse. Afterwards. 31 . the system proceeds as follows: If an item of a transfer order is to be printed automatically. Print Program for multiple processing is RLKOMM40.IBM India Private Limited WM CookBook ECC 5. It is possible to override the definitions for label printing in the print code. You can also store an additional form for a combined picking list with the spool code and the printer in order to print a combined document in parallel to single printing for each TO item. During the automatic determination of the print parameters.8 Assign Print Code to Movement Type This assignment determines a general print information. for the form) is also defined in the print code. the system will use the movement-specific parameter.3.

4 Define Movement Types Like Inventory Management Movement Types. These documents can be combined together to a group number for multiple processing. Print code. In this case. WM has also some movement types which controls process flow in the warehouse.10 Print Control for Multiple Processing Using the WM multiple processing function. it is possible to create transfer orders for documents of certain types.IBM India Private Limited WM CookBook ECC 5. information regarding TO confirmation. GR Data to be updated in quant or not. IMG Path Transaction Code Table / View IMG Logistics Execution Warehouse Management Transfer Print Control for Multiple Processing SPRO/SM30 T329S / V_T329S Activities 4. the document type is referred to as the reference document type. In fact.3. The document types are transfer requirements and deliveries. WM movement type decides which Interim storage area need to be used for a particular material movement. At the same time WM Movement type has various other control functions like Manual /Automatic TO. Return storage type search for material returns and control indicators for Storage type search IMG Path IMG Logistics Execution Warehouse Management Transfer Define Movement Types Activities 32 .0 IMG Path Transaction Code Table / View IMG Logistics Execution Warehouse Management Assign Print Report to Warehouse Define Print Control SPRO/SM30 T340DD / V_T340DD Activities 4.

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Stock Transfer: Using a stock transfer. For internal warehouse replenishment. the movement types in the series "3nn" are used.5 Define Stock Transfers and Replenishment Control Posting Change: Using a posting change .0 4. Then the replenishment control is defined for the warehouse and storage type combination as shown below: IMG Path Transaction Code Table / View Logistics Execution Warehouse Management IMG Transfer Define Replenishment Control for Storage Type SPRO/SM30 T331M / V_T331M Activities 35 . you can change the material identification of stocks. First of all a replenishment movement type is defined in the previous step. For stock transfers and posting changes.IBM India Private Limited WM CookBook ECC 5. use the WM movement type "319" . a quant is moved physically from one place to another in the warehouse. plant. A posting change affects at least material number. stock category or special stock.

6 Set up Automatic TO Creation for TRs/PCNs In the WM System. If both fields Mail recipient and document user are filled with data.IBM India Private Limited WM CookBook ECC 5.6.0 4. but by a report that runs in the background. directly following the creation of a transfer requirement (TR) OR Creating transfer orders is not started in the transaction that creates the transfer requirement or the posting change notice. the entry in document user counts IMG Path IMG Logistics Execution Warehouse Management Activities Transfer Set up Automatic TO Creation for TRs/PCNs --> Define Mail Control SPRO/SM30 T333M / V_T333M Transaction Code Table / View 36 . These mails are allocated to certain recipients by means of a mail indicator. you can create logs and error messages using mail messages. Steps required to set up Automatic TO creation functionality are 4.1 Mail Recipient While the transfer orders are being generated in the background. you can generate (TO) in the background.

3 Movement Type Select the “Manual Creation of TO not Allowed” indicator while defining the warehouse Management Movement type in earlier section 4.6.2 Control for Automatic TO During automatic transfer order creation for transfer requirements. For this purpose.IBM India Private Limited WM CookBook ECC 5. it is mandatory to create a report variant for the report RLAUTA10 for each "Automatic TO creation" indicator defined beforehand. The following three variants are defined: o A transfer order is created for each selected transfer requirement or posting change notice. IMG Path IMG Logistics Execution Warehouse Management Activities Set up Automatic TO Creation for TRs/PCNs --> Automatic To Transfer Creation SPRO/SM30 T333M / V_T333M Transaction Code Table / View 4. the transfer requirements are classified and allocated to the transfer order creation criteria.4. These report variants can be planned as batch jobs only. u can group several transfer orders together with a group number for further processing. IMG Path IMG Logistics Execution Warehouse Management Activities Transfer Set up Automatic TO Creation for TRs/PCNs --> Movements 37 . date or time). o These criteria are determined individually using the following SAP user exits: o MWMTOAU1 (function exit) for transfer requirements and o MWMTOAU3 for posting change notices o As under point number 2. use the report RLAUA11.6. For this purpose. Activate the automatic TO creation for posting change notices as described above for the transfer requirements. Activate background processing.0 4. o A transfer order is only created for the transfer requirements or posting change notices that are subject to certain criteria (for example. you can determine according to which criteria the transfer orders are to be created. To activate automatic TO creation for transfer requirements. The selection of the transfer requirements as well as the allocation of the group number is executed using the function exit MMWMTOAU2.

It is mandatory to define the two step picking indicator in WM1 view of the material master.7. With the removal of cumulative quantities. The system uses the movement type define here when generating removal transfer orders for 2-step picking. It serves as a default when the system creates the removal transfer orders and can be manually overwritten. it is possible to divide the entire picking process into removal of a cumulative quantity and its allocation to individual requirements (reference documents).0 Transaction Code Table / View SPRO/SM30 T333M / V_T333M 4. 4. after activating 2 step picking for the warehouse. IMG Path IMG Logistics Execution Warehouse Management Activities Transfer Setup Two Step Picking for TRs --> Transfer Requirement Control SPRO/SM30 T326B / V_T326B Transaction Code Table / View At the same time.1 Transfer Requirement Control Activate Two step picking for the warehouse. 38 .7 Set up Two Step Picking for TRs Using the 2-step picking procedure.IBM India Private Limited WM CookBook ECC 5. the stock removal process can be optimized to a greater degree.

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2 Confirmation Control – Warehouse Number At the warehouse number level we define: whether there is to be separate confirmation of pick and transfer IMG Path Logistics Execution Warehouse Management IMG Confirmation Confirmation Control .8. that is. Suppressing the dialog box is appropriate for stock picks that cannot be done to the exact amount and where the difference is cleared against the stock in the source bin. TO and Srce Bin controls whether the difference storage bin should be a distinct bin or it will be same as TO number or Source Bin Number 4. 4. the settings for handling differences and TO confirmation are done.1 Handling Differences using Difference Indicator Using the difference indicator.Warehouse Activities 40 . starting from which the dialog box is to appear.0 4.8 Setting up TO Confirmation In this IMG Activity . the percentage value for the deviation allowed can be stored. For each difference indicator.8. IMG Path Transaction Code Table / View Logistics Execution Warehouse Management IMG Confirmation Handling Differences SPRO/SM30 T336 / V_T336 Activities Here difference Bin and Indicators.IBM India Private Limited WM CookBook ECC 5. determination of the storage type and the storage bin to which the differences are posted happens.

0 Transaction Code Table / View SPRO/SM30 T340DQ1/ V_T340DQ1 4.IBM India Private Limited WM CookBook ECC 5.3 Confirmation Control – Storage Type At the storage type level we define: o whether putaways to this storage type require confirmation o whether picks from this storage type require confirmation o whether a zero stock check is to take place for a bin that becomes empty through the pick o whether the destination storage bin and destination storage type can be changed during confirmation IMG Path Transaction Code Table / View IMG Logistics Execution Warehouse Management Confirmation Confirmation Control – Storage Type SPRO/SM30 T333C / V_T333C Activities 41 .8.

IBM India Private Limited WM CookBook ECC 5.4 Confirmation Control – Movement Type At the movement type level we define: o whether transfer orders with this movement type can be confirmed immediately o whether the confirmation requirement is to be proposed during transfer order generation o whether single-step confirmation is to be applied although two-step confirmation is set for the source and destination storage types o through which screen the transfer orders are to be confirmed IMG Path Transaction Code Table / View IMG Logistics Execution Warehouse Management Confirmation Confirmation Control – Movement Type SPRO/SM30 T333_B / V_T333_B Activities 42 .0 4.8.

If we have cycle-counting inventory at the quant level. no of entry screens for inventory Count is defined. the batch. If this field is left blank.9 Physical Inventory 4. the plant. options like which data to be printed on the system inventory record. the storage bin is always displayed irrespective of this field setting since with this type of inventory the storage bin is absolutely necessary. this indicator is marked. IMG Path Transaction Code Table / View IMG Logistics Execution Warehouse Management Physical Inventory Define Default Values SPRO/SM30 T335 / V_T335 Activities Key Indicators defined here are o Print Material: If this field is marked. 43 . the following material data will be printed on the warehouse inventory list: the material number.9.IBM India Private Limited WM CookBook ECC 5.1 Define Default Values In this IMG Activity. the special stock indicator. no material data will be printed on the warehouse inventory list. the special stock number. o No Bins: To display the storage bin during the entry of the inventory results. the stock category.0 4. the material description. the quant number.

Difference: When you enter the counted results. If it is required to enter the material numbers yourself.2 Define Types per Storage Type In this IMG Activity. So that this problem does not occur later on when you are entering the counted results in the system. New transactions are not affected by this setting. the bins/quants will be proposed for recounting on the basis of this value. the system will issue a warning message if the value entered here is exceeded. IMG Path Transaction Code Table / View IMG Logistics Execution Warehouse Management Physical Inventory Define Default Values SPRO/SM30 T331_C / V_T331_C Activities 44 . Entry: This indicator defines how the inventory count results are to be entered in the system (using a beginning value as a basis): o per page of the warehouse inventory list o per storage bin or inventory item o in sequential order beginning with the start value Double Line: Means that you can enter the inventory count results in two lines.9.IBM India Private Limited WM CookBook ECC 5. it often happens that a count result is not on the same page stored in the system. and LI13.0 o o o o o No Material: Select this indicator to display the material numbers for the entry of the counted inventory results. 4. If you start any recounts. LI12. leave this field blank. If the counted results for one bin cover several pages because mixed storage is allowed in the storage type concerned and you are printing out the warehouse inventory list without the material number. This setting only affects transactions LI11. Next page: This indicator controls the input of counted results on Next page. Zero stock check inventory. the inventory types for each storage type are defined. Other indicators like Physical Inventory while Stock Placement. mark this field. it should be possible to enter quants on subsequent pages. Cycle Count etc are also defined. Zero Stock Check.

IMG Path Transaction Code Table / View IMG Logistics Execution Warehouse Management Activities Define Differences and Document Limits Physical Inventory SPRO/SM30 T3401 / V_T3401 4.0 4.IBM India Private Limited WM CookBook ECC 5.3 Define Differences and Document Limits In this IMG Activity. 45 .9.9. Movement types are defined for posting and clearing inventory differences in a warehouse for each stock category.4 Clear Differences (Interface to Inventory Management) In this IMG Activity. following settings are defined: o Movement type used in Warehouse Management to posting inventory differences o Movement type used in Warehouse Management to clear inventory differences o Maximum Number of items on the system inventory document.

4.0 IMG Path IMG Logistics Execution Warehouse Management Activities Physical Inventory Clear Differences MM-IM Movement Types for Clearing Inventory SPRO/SM30 T322 / V_T322 Transaction Code Table / View IMG Path IMG Logistics Execution Warehouse Management Activities Clear Differences Do Not Allow Clearing in Storage Physical Inventory Types SPRO/SM30 T331DI / V_T331DI Transaction Code Table / View As a rule.9.5 Maintain Number Ranges IMG Path IMG Logistics Execution Warehouse Management Physical Inventory Maintain Number Ranges Activities 46 .IBM India Private Limited WM CookBook ECC 5. This setting is executed in this step. However. it is appropriate to accumulate differences in one storage type (999) and to initiate the clearing process there. clearing differences is technically possible in almost all storage types.

0 Transaction Code Table / View SPRO/SM30 T340DB / V_T340DB 4. transaction parameters for various WM transaction are defined.IBM India Private Limited WM CookBook ECC 5. IMG Path Transaction Code Table / View IMG Logistics Execution Warehouse Management Define Transaction Parameters SPRO/SM30 T340A / V_T340A Activities 47 .10 Maintain Transaction parameters In this IMG Activity.

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To guarantee correct data flow between the components Inventory Management (MM-IM) and Warehouse Management (MM-WM), alignment of the movement types between Inventory Management and the Warehouse Management system is mandatory activity, which is executed in this IMG Activity. 6.1.1 Define Storage Location Control In this IMG Activity, the controls are defined for WM-IM Interface at Enterprise Structure(Organization Structure) level.

• Control of Assignment “Plant/Stor. Loc. – Warehouse Number: In this IMG Activity, Controls for WM-Plant/SLoc combinations are defined. IMG Path Transaction Code Table / View IMG Logistics Execution Warehouse Management Inventory Management Define Storage Location Control SPRO/SM30 T3201 / V_T3201 Interfaces

• Storage Location not in TR: This indicator is used to control whether the storage location from the reference document (for example, material document or production order) is copied into the transfer requirement. If the indicator is selected, the field Storage location in the transfer requirement remains empty. When the system creates a transfer order for this kind of transfer requirement, it uses the standard storage location defined for this plant in this warehouse number. • Standard Storage Location: If a transfer requirement is created on the basis of a posting in Inventory Management (IM) or on the basis of a production order, and if the respective storage location is customized so that the storage location is not copied into the transfer requirement, the field for the storage location in the transfer requirement remains set to the initial value.

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When this transfer requirement is converted into a transfer order, this standard storage location is then used. o If you create transfer orders manually and do not specify a storage location, the system proposes the standard storage location. • Storage Location Reference: o Depending on the storage location, this indicator influences the storage type search within the transfer order as well as the interim storage type search in the IM posting. o

• Storage Location Control in WM o Using the storage location control function, you can define whether posting changes are to be accumulated or which user is to be informed by Mail if an error occurs. This setting is same as Configuration for Automatic TO Creation. • Storage location reference o You can assign a two-digit, freely selectable storage type reference to the combination PLANT / STORAGE LOCATION. This storage location reference is used in two places in the Warehouse Management system: o The storage location reference is used by the system to determine the WM movement type for an IM posting. It is thus possible to determine different movement types within the WM system for the various storage locations and thus to execute postings to different interim storage types. o Also, the storage type reference is used for the storage type search. In this way, it is possible both during stock placement as well as during stock removals to select different storage types dependent on the storage location.

6.1.2 Define Movement Types In this IMG Activity, IM-WM integration is defined at Movement type level (the first level of this integration is WM-Plant/Sloc combination). • WM Movement Type o Like Inventory Management Movement Types, WM has also some movement types which controls process flow in the warehouse. In fact, WM movement type decides which Interim storage area need to be used for a particular material movement. o At the same time WM Movement type has various other control functions like Manual /Automatic TO, Print code, GR Data to be updated in quant or not, information regarding TO confirmation, Return storage type search for material returns and control indicators for Storage type search. • Reference Movement Type determines o WM Movement Type o Stock Category for the Quant to be generated in WM

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• Assign WM Movement Type References to IM Movement Type o In this IMG Activity. This assignment is on the lines of Material Type --.0 o Transfer Requirement generation indicator • Connection between IM and WM Movement Types o To ensure the connection between IM Movement and WM Movement of the material.Account Category Reference – Valuation Class assignment. where IM Movement type is assigned to a Material type through Account Category Reference. IMG Path Logistics Execution Warehouse Management IMG Inventory Management Define Movement Types Movement Type References to IM Movement Types SPRO/SM30 V_156S_WM Interfaces Assign WM Transaction Code Table / View 51 . IM Movement type is assigned to WM Reference Movement Type. IM Movement types are assigned to Warehouse Management Movement types through Reference Movement types.IBM India Private Limited WM CookBook ECC 5. o This connection works on the same lines on which Automatic account determination is done in Purchasing . These settings are done in Configuration.

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6.1.4 Allow Negative Stocks in Interim Storage Types In this IMG Activity, Negative Stocks are allowed for interim storage areas. This can also be executed while defining the storage type definition. IMG Path Transaction Code Table / View IMG Logistics Execution Warehouse Management Interfaces Inventory Management Allow Negative Stocks in Interim Storage Types SPRO/SM30 V_T331D / V_T331D

6.1.5 Goods Movement (IM) Not Allowed for Storage Types It is possible to disallow goods movement postings (IM) for certain storage types using this IMG Activity. In this way you prevent postings to Inventory Management (IM) from being executed for the storage types in question.

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The requirement type refers to the origin type. goods receipt for purchase order or goods 55 . we define requirement types of delivery documents. Various Options in this are o 1 (Picking with TO) – Based on Outbound Delivery. IMG Path Transaction Code Table / View o Logistics Execution Warehouse Management Interfaces IMG Shipping Define Shipping Control Shipping Control per Warehouse No SPRO/SM30 T340DC / V_T340DC Various parameters in consideration are as follows: o Picking Technique: This Indicator controls the reference document to be used in Warehouse for Picking Activities. TO is not at all created in WM o 3 (Picking according to quantity).IBM India Private Limited WM CookBook ECC 5. Goods transfers and stock quantities in the Warehouse Management system contain a reference to their origin. for example. Controls for WM-Shipping Interface are defined.0 • Shipping Control per Warehouse Number o In this IMG Activity. – Depending on the quantity. some picking activities are done without TO (for small quantities) and some picking activities are done with TO (Large Quantities) o Partial Picking Allowedo Comparison Time for Picking Waves o Pick and Pack Indicator o Delayed Update Indicator • Requirement Types of Delivery Documents o In this IMG Activity. TO are created in WM (Standard SAP) o 2 (Picking without TO) – Picking is always directly from fixed bins.

the purchase order number or the cost center. 6. The process of determining 2-step picking.3 Define Production In this IMG Activity. If you have materialdependent control.0 issue to cost centers. the determination of 2-step picking is no longer necessary. or if the storage type determination is enhanced to suit customer-specific needs. o If the interim zone is changed for 2-level picking. Set the required parameters for 2-step picking in the specified sequence: • Activate 2-step picking for the deliveries in a warehouse number. NOTE: For customer-specific requirements. takes place in the individual reference documents already when the documents are created. the check for relevance of 2-step picking for the individual materials to be picked. The items relevant for 2-step picking are marked accordingly in the reference documents. 6. This is activated in Material Master Record in WM1 View. for example. Set the necessary parameters for the PP interface in the specified sequence: 56 . With this procedure.2. If this indicator is not selected. you can use the user exit MWM2S001. o Define whether 2-step picking is to take place on a material-dependent basis. the destination storage type is defined for the stock removal and this storage type is also defined as the source storage type for the allocation of the materials. the storage type search for 2-step picking must be adapted IMG Path Transaction Code Table / View Logistics Execution IMG Shipping 2-Step Picking SPRO/SM30 T326L / V_T326L Warehouse Management Interfaces o The indicator 2-stMatl is ticked if 2 step picking is material dependent in a warehouse (In this case the relevant indicator is checked from material master record). interface WM-PP is defined.2 2-Step Picking The activation and control of 2-step picking takes place for deliveries at warehouse number level. there is a separate procedure "2". all the materials will be considered for 2 step picking.IBM India Private Limited WM CookBook ECC 5. o For materials that are picked using the 2-step procedure. you must define the relevance of the material for each warehouse number in the material master. o Decide whether 2-step picking is to be redefined when a reference number is created. The requirement number is the originating document itself. When the reference number is created. that is.

For WM material staging. you can group together different work centers from the production supply viewpoint using the supply area.0 6. For the supply of material to production by means of MM-WM.1 Maintain production supply area In a plant. IMG Path Transaction Code Table / View Logistics Execution Warehouse Management IMG Define Production Production Supply Area SPRO/PK05 PVBE / V_PVBE Interfaces 57 . you define the material staging type and bin coordinate of the production storage bin for each supply area and material.IBM India Private Limited WM CookBook ECC 5. allocate the (WM-managed) storage location to the plant in question.3.

58 . IMG Path Transaction Code Table / View IMG Logistics Execution Warehouse Management Interfaces Define Production Replenishment Control for Storage Type SPRO/SM30 T331M / V_T331M 6.2 WM movement type for replenishment For a storage type .3 Create Production Control Cycle This is a master data activity for enabling the WM-PP interface.0 6. you determine which WM movement type is used to transfer the warehouse replenishment for production.IBM India Private Limited WM CookBook ECC 5. Allocate the respective WM movement type to your production storage type.3. LPK1 Transaction code is used to create the Production Control Cycle for each material.3.

IMG Path Transaction Code Table / View IMG Logistics Execution Warehouse Management Define Production Production View (PP) SPRO/OPKP/SM30 TCO43 / V_TCO43 Interfaces 59 .3.IBM India Private Limited WM CookBook ECC 5. The assignment to a material has a higher priority. or release an order and print the shop papers) trigger an automatic goods receipt specify an overall profile for capacity leveling The production scheduling profile is copied into the order during order creation. for example.0 6.4 Create Production Scheduling Profile Profile that you can use to specify that certain business transactions are carried out in parallel in a production order / process order (you can. Production scheduling profile can be assigned to a material or production scheduler. create and release an order at the same time.

3. there will be a dialog box for choosing the option for handling the inspection sample. the user is requested through a dialog boy to make a decision on how the sample is to be treated in the WM system. IMG Path Transaction Code Table / View IMG Logistics Execution Define Quality Management SPRO/SM30 T325 / V_T325 Warehouse Management Interfaces Define Inspection Sample Control 6. 60 . 6. If this is the case.1 Define Inspection Sample Control In this IMG Activity the inspection sample controls are defined. or in Interim storage area or required to be put away.IBM India Private Limited WM CookBook ECC 5.4. Whether the option for processing of Inspection sample is to happen in foreground or background etc… If set in foreground. Activate the interface for each warehouse number IMG Path Transaction Code Table / View IMG Logistics Execution Warehouse Management Interfaces Define Production PP Interface Control for Warehouse Number SPRO/SM30 T340DH / V_T340DH 6.4 Define Quality Management In connection with the component Quality Management.5 Activating the PP or PP-PI interface For each warehouse number . The controls can include.4. whether the Inspection sample need to be kept in Inspection bin.0 6. we can have the system check in the WMS for stock placements with reference to a transfer requirement whether active inspection lots with calculated sample quantities exist for the putaway quantities. you determine whether a direct supply of material to production through Warehouse Management is active or not.2 Define Storage Type Search (As Necessary) – Defined in Storage type search sequence for Stock category Q.

3 Activate QM Interim Storage Type Search Defined in Interim storage type search table.0 6.IBM India Private Limited WM CookBook ECC 5. IMG Path Transaction Code Table / View IMG Logistics Execution Define Quality Management SPRO/SM30 T334TQ / V_T334TQ Warehouse Management Interfaces 61 .4.

1 Define Fire-Containment Section Fire Containment Sections are used to store hazardous Materials in the warehouse.2 below.0 7 Hazardous Materials in WM Hazardous Materials require special procedures for their handling in SAP.1 and 7. The storage class and Water pollution class are derived from the hazardous material.(See section 7.2 Define Hazardous Material Warning With this indicator it is possible to code in a key the danger (for example. Storage bins can be assigned to certain fire-containment sections.1. radioactive material. IMG Path Transaction Code Table / View Logistics Execution Warehouse Management IMG Materials Master Data Define Fire Containment Sections SPRO/SM30 T309 / V_T309 Hazardous 7. 7.1. Required Storage classes can be created as defined in section 7. The storage class and Water pollution class are derived from the hazardous material.1 Master Data 7. The necessary Activities for activating Hazardous Materials Management include the following • Activate the hazardous materials check in your storage types. These two are explained in section 7.2) • Assign the region codes to a warehouse number: Assign a region code to the respective warehouse numbers. • Storage section search (determine search sequence): Storage section search sequence can be influenced depending on the storage class and water pollution class.indicators 01 "Wear gloves" and 02 "Warning: Corrosive!" IMG Path IMG Logistics Execution Warehouse Management Hazardous Materials Master Data Define Hazardous Material Warning 62 . This information is used in various reports reports (for example. master data is required to be maintained along with configuration activities. explosive) to which those who are storing or transporting the respective hazardous material are exposed for example . acid. In order to work with hazardous materials . for inventory lists for the fire department).6 • Storage type search (determine search sequence): Storage type search sequence can be influenced depending on the storage class and water pollution class.IBM India Private Limited WM CookBook ECC 5. Assign one or several storage classes to each storage type.1. • Assign allowed storage classes to the storage type: The system checks during stock placement (putaway) whether materials can be stored in certain storage types.

transport). IMG Path Transaction Code Table / View IMG Logistics Execution Warehouse Management Materials Master Data Define Aggregate States SPRO/SM30 T646A / V_T646A Hazardous 63 . IMG Path IMG Logistics Execution Warehouse Management Hazardous Master Data Define Hazardous Material Storage Warning Materials Transaction Code Table / View SPRO/SM30 T646V / V_T646V 7. for example).4 Define Aggregate States With this indicator you can code the aggregate state of the hazardous substance (for example. liquid or gas). solid.3 Define Hazardous Material Storage Warning With this indicator you can code the danger that can arise when dealing with hazardous materials in the warehouse (during storage.IBM India Private Limited WM CookBook ECC 5.0 Transaction Code Table / View SPRO/SM30 T646G / V_T646G 7.1.1. With this indicator it is possible to code the information for the Fire Department lists (do not use water.

IMG Path Transaction Code Table / View Logistics Execution Warehouse Management IMG Materials Master Data Define Storage Classes SPRO/SM30 T646L / V_T646L Hazardous 64 . Using storage classes it is possible to group together hazardous materials with the same or similar hazardous features.0 7. The conditions that are valid for the respective region apply to the warehouse.5 Define Region Codes Different conditions apply to the management of hazardous materials. The region is assigned to a number.1. The storage class can be taken into account by the stock placement strategies.1.IBM India Private Limited WM CookBook ECC 5. The region code together with the hazardous material number form the hazardous material IMG Path IMG Logistics Execution Warehouse Management Hazardous Materials Master Data Define Region Codes Transaction Code Table / View SPRO/SM30 V_T646R / V_T646R 7.6 Define Storage Classes The storage class classifies hazardous materials according to their storage conditions. depending on the region concerned.

Hazardous Material check is activated for each storage type.1.7 Activate Hazardous Material Management In this IMG Activity.IBM India Private Limited WM CookBook ECC 5.2 Activate Hazardous Material Check for Storage Type In this IMG Activity.0 7. At the same time water pollution class is also specified for the storage type in consideration. Hazardous Materials Management is activated. 7. IMG Path Transaction Code Table / View IMG Logistics Execution Warehouse Management Hazardous Strategies Activate Hazardous Materials Management Materials SPRO/SM30 T331_J / V_T331_J 65 .

3 Storage Classes Allowed IMG Path Transaction Code Table / View IMG Logistics Execution Warehouse Management Hazardous Strategies Activate Hazardous Materials Management Materials SPRO/SM30 T331L / V_T331L 66 .IBM India Private Limited WM CookBook ECC 5.0 7.

IBM India Private Limited WM CookBook ECC 5. The number ranges for SU management are not dependent on Warehouse Number. IMG Path Transaction Code Table / View IMG Logistics Execution Maintain Number Ranges SPRO/SM30 INRDP Warehouse Management Master Data 67 . Number ranges for storage Units are defined for your client. IMG Path Transaction Code Table / View IMG Logistics Execution Warehouse Management Activate Storage Unit Management Master Data SPRO/SM30 T3000 / V_T3000 Storage Units 8.1 Activate SU Management for WM Storage Unit Management must be activated at warehouse number level.2 Number Ranges for Storage Unit In this IMG Activity.0 8 Storage Unit Management 8. As a result of this activation additional fields are displayed on the various screens.

Storage types are activated or SU Management.0 8.IBM India Private Limited WM CookBook ECC 5. IMG Path Transaction Code Table / View Warehouse Management IMG Logistics Execution Master Data Define Storage Type Control SPRO/SM30 T301S / V_T301S Storage Units 68 .3 Define Storage Type Control In this IMG Activity. Only define physical warehouses as storage types for storage unit management. It is not possible to define storage unit management for interim storage types.

4. if necessary.1 Define Storage Bin Types In this IMG Activity. 8. These is used to group together storage bins of same dimensions.IBM India Private Limited WM CookBook ECC 5. IMG Path Transaction Code Table / View Warehouse Management Strategies IMG Logistics Execution Activate Storage Bin Type Search Definitions Storage Bin Types SPRO/SM30 T303 / V_T303 69 .4 Activate Storage Bin Type Search Once the system has determined the storage type (by means of the storage type search) and. it must find a suitable storage bin. This is carried out by combining the storage bin type (SBT) and storage unit type (SUT) as well as the "putaway strategy" in the storage type table. Storage Bin types are defined.0 8. the storage section it is to use.

0 8.4. the Unit of measure to be used for workload calculation are also defined.2 Define Storage Unit Types In this IMG Activity . storage unit types to be used in the system are defined. IMG Path Transaction Code Table / View IMG Logistics Execution Warehouse Management Strategies Activate Storage Bin Type Search Definitions Storage Unit Types SPRO/SM30 T307/ V_T307 8.4 Assign Storage Unit Types to Storage Bin types IMG Logistics Execution Warehouse Management Strategies IMG Path 70 .4. For each storage unit various parameters like capacity usage of the SUT .3 Assign Storage Unit types to Storage types Warehouse Management Strategies IMG Logistics Execution Activate Storage Bin Type Search Assignment Storage Unit Types to Storage Types SPRO/SM30 T334E/ V_T334E IMG Path Transaction Code Table / View 8.4.IBM India Private Limited WM CookBook ECC 5.

o Now. o If you have only one ID point in your warehouse. select the same parameters as for Transaction LT09 (module pool. screen number. o Change the default movement type to the required movement type IMG Path Transaction Code Table / View IMG Logistics Execution Warehouse Management Define ID Point Transactions Activities SPRO/SM30 T340 / V_T340 Storage Units 71 . change the default movement type of Transaction LT09 to your new ID point movement type.0 Activate Storage Bin Type Search Storage Bin Types Transaction Code Table / View SPRO/SM30 T334P/ V_T334P Assignment Storage Unit Types to 8. the destination storage type). in view V_T340 copy the parameters of Transaction LT09 into your new transaction. o First define a new transaction within the SAP development environment. For this transaction.5 Define ID Point Transactions In this IMG Activity transaction for putaway activities at ID Point are defined. o If you have several ID points in your warehouse. define a separate ID point transaction for each ID point and then define the default movement type for each ID point transaction. and so on).3.4. Points to remember while carrying out this activity: o Define new movement types that contain the required parameters (for example. 8.IBM India Private Limited WM CookBook ECC 5.5 Activate Storage Unit Type Check Same as section 8.

6 Define Print Control for SU Management In this IMG Activity.6.IBM India Private Limited WM CookBook ECC 5. the additional settings are done for Printing Storage Units .1 Define Print Code IMG Logistics Execution Warehouse Management Storage Units Define Print Control Definitions Print Code Activities SPRO/SM30 T329F2 / V_T329F2 IMG Path Transaction Code Table / View 72 . Following additional settings are required to be done for SU Management 8. apart from the standard Print control settings. This configuration is in addition to the standard print control functions.0 8.

7 SU Management with Bulk Storage Area The configuration in this IMG Activity are carried out if storage units are managed in bulk storage areas.6. To use SU Managed Bulk storage areas.2 Assign Transfer Order Print Control Same as Standard Print Control. 8.0 8.IBM India Private Limited WM CookBook ECC 5. there are additional settings required to be done in the system 73 .

The system then calculates the maximum number of storage units as the product of these two values. (While Defining Storage Type Controls) 8. For each bulk storage type managed with storage units.0 as compared to the standard Bulk storage area without Storage units. column "Round off")? o Decide whether or not you want to use this stock placement strategy.IBM India Private Limited WM CookBook ECC 5. we must define the following data: o At which level is the totals information to be managed? : Should the system optimize the removal of partial storage units (storage type control.7.3 Block/row structures: You define blocks/rows by setting the number of stacks and the stack height.7. You can reduce this maximum number if required. IMG Logistics Execution Warehouse Management Storage Units Strategies Define Bulk Storage Area Storage Type Control SPRO/SM30 T331B / V_T331B IMG Path Transaction Code Table / View 8. 74 .2 Define the bulk storage indicators. IMG Path Transaction Code Table / View Warehouse Management Storage Units IMG Logistics Execution Strategies Define Bulk Storage Area Define Bulk Storage Indicators SPRO/SM30 T338 / V_T338 8. It describes how the materials are to be stacked. Activate the stock placement strategy in the detail screen for storage type control.1 Define the storage type control for bulk storage. This indicator is a decisive factor in the definition of the structure of a block/row within a bulk storage area.7. The bulk storage indicator classifies materials according to the way they are stored in a bulk storage area.

0 IMG Path Transaction Code Table / View IMG Logistics Execution Warehouse Management Storage Units Strategies Define Bulk Storage Area Block/Row Structures SPRO/SM30 T337B / V_T337B 75 .IBM India Private Limited WM CookBook ECC 5.

You assign the defined warehouse processes in the respective sequence to a warehouse operation. This assignment of warehouse processes to a real warehouse activity is described as a warehouse sub-process IMG Path IMG Logistics Execution Warehouse Management Planning and Monitoring Rough Workload Estimate Calculate Workload Maintain Warehouse Processes SPRO/SM30 TAETS / V_TAETS Transaction Code Table / View 76 .1.1. you maintain the activity schema for warehouse processes. IMG Path IMG Logistics Execution Warehouse Management Planning and Monitoring Rough Workload Estimate Calculate Workload Maintain Warehouse Operations SPRO/SM30 TAVG / V_TAVG Transaction Code Table / View 9.2 Maintain Warehouse Processes In this IMG Activity.IBM India Private Limited WM CookBook ECC 5.0 9 Planning and Monitoring Operations in WM 9.1 Maintain warehouse Operations In this activity you can define warehouse activities.1 Rough Workload Estimate 9. A warehouse activity describes processes in the warehouse for which load calculations in the warehouse are relevant.

o Wave picks active – Indicator: This indicator is set if the updating of load data for wave picks is active.1. storage type. config settings are done to determine how the workload data is updated with the help of the Logistics Information System: o Rough workload forecast active – Indicator . warehouse activity. In the load table you can store a constant and a variable processing time in seconds for each warehouse number. quantity unit. The variable time occurs per unit of measure. The constant time can be interpreted as a setup time or route time. 77 .1.This indicator is set if updating is active for an information structure in the rough workload forecast.0 9. you maintain the load table. unit-of-measure load category. and logistics handling group.3 Maintain Warehouse Workload In this activity.IBM India Private Limited WM CookBook ECC 5. IMG Path IMG Logistics Execution Warehouse Management Planning and Rough Workload Estimate Calculate Workload Maintain Monitoring Warehouse Workload SPRO/SM30 TLAST / V_TLAST Transaction Code Table / View 9.4 Control update of Workload Data In this IMG activity.

2 Warehouse Activity Monitor 9. Warehouse Management Planning and IMG Logistics Execution Monitoring Rough Workload Estimate Control update of workload data SPRO RV53C IMG Path Transaction Code Table / View 9.2.IBM India Private Limited WM CookBook ECC 5. Critical situations and activities in the warehouse are determined by the warehouse activity monitor only for the warehouse activity monitor objects activated in this warehouse Note: that the system will only determine critical processes and situations for a warehouse monitor object if you have defined the jobs for determining critical objects for this warehouse number and also planned them.1 Activate Warehouse Activity Monitor Objects In this IMG Activity. you activate the warehouse activity monitor objects for a particular warehouse number. IMG Path IMG Logistics Execution Warehouse Management Planning and Monitoring Warehouse Activity Monitor Activate WAM Objects 78 .0 o o Indicator "Write log?": Set this indicator if it is required to have a log created for the workload data Apart from this Control for update of LIS info structures are defined for various SAP Documents.

and also display them. The definition of critical parameters is a prerequisite so that the warehouse activity monitor can determine critical situations and activities.2.0 Transaction Code Table / View SPRO/SM30 T328A / V_T328A 9.2 Define Critical Parameters for each WAM Object activated In this IMG Activity we define critical parameters for warehouse monitor objects. IMG Path Transaction Code Table / View IMG Logistics Execution Warehouse Management Planning and Warehouse Activity Monitor Define Critical Parameters Monitoring SPRO/SM30 T32801_C / V_T32801_C 79 .IBM India Private Limited WM CookBook ECC 5. By specifying critical parameters for warehouse monitor objects. we define when a situation or an activity is to be classified as critical by the warehouse activity monitor.

actual duration. The net duration time of a particular transfer order can be expressed in the actual duration or with a combination of start and end time. You may also leave it out. IMG Path IMG Logistics Execution Warehouse Management Activities Define Profiles Transfers Processing Performance Data / TO Split Profile for performance data SPRO/SM30 V_T312A Logistics Execution Warehouse Management Activities IMG Transfers Processing Performance Data / TO Split Define Profiles Profile for TO Split SPRO/SM30 V_T312B IMG Logistics Execution Warehouse Management Activities Transfers Processing Performance Data / TO Split Define Profiles Sort Profile for TO Splitting SPRO/SM30 V_T312S2 Transaction Code Table / View IMG Path Transaction Code Table / View IMG Path Transaction Code Table / View 80 . profiles for performance data and TO Split are defined. 10. starting time and date. o Performance processing settings for TO performance data and TO Split o Setting up TO Header Target Data parameters for planned performances o Setting up TO Item Target Data parameters for Planned Performances Target data : The determination of target data in the transfer order refers to the calculation of the target effort (with respect to time) required to execute a warehouse movement. This target time is updated in the TO items and the TO header.1.1 Performance Data / in TO Split 10. The following data in the TA header is actual data: processor (HR personnel number).IBM India Private Limited WM CookBook ECC 5. Actual data: WM transfer orders can be posted in the system by assigning a processor and creating a net duration time. The target time is calculated using two formulas (for TO item and TO header) at the time of transfer order creation. These profiles control the performance evaluation and the splitting of TO in the warehouse movements.1 Define Profiles In this IMG Activity.0 10 Special Functions of TO processing Performance data settings as well as transfer order splits and sorting are summarized in the chapter 'Processing performance data / transfer order splits'. and end time and date.

source storage type. 81 . The entries are unique according to warehouse number.1.IBM India Private Limited WM CookBook ECC 5. movement type.0 10.2 Determine Target Data Data used for performance evaluation in WM is contained in the TO header and include two components Planned Data: This data is calculated. pre existing target data that belong to the processing of a WM Transfer Order. and destination storage type IMG Path Logistics Execution Warehouse Management IMG Transfers Processing Performance Data / TO Split Performance Data / TO Split SPRO/SM30 V_T312 / V_T312 Activities Control for Transaction Code Table / View 10. This is the target time or the time expected for a work to be completed in the warehouse.2 Control for Performance Data/TO Split In this activity you define the entries for performance data processing control and transfer order splitting.

0 Actual data: This data is the actual information about the processing of a Transfer Order. In this IMG Activity. This data includes the worker. • Details from TO Plan Time WM: This is the total time in TO Header for processing time for the entire Transfer Order.1 Determine TO Header Parameters The planned processing time in the transfer order header is calculated from the total of the item processing times together with the setup time and the transport time for the transfer order. Planned TO time for TO Item: This is the sum of a constant processing time and planned setup time for stock removal or placement for a TO item (which is either quantity dependent or variable processing time. This time references the WM time Unit which is defined in the Control Parameters of the Warehouse in IMG Logistics Execution WM Master Data Control Parameters for Warehouse Number. 10. Total Planned processing time for TO: This is the sum of planned processing time in WM plus the processing time transferred from the external system. we maintain the two tables for setup time and transport time for those movements for which a target or planned time is to be calculated IMG Path IMG Logistics Execution Warehouse Management Activities Transfers Processing Performance Data / TO Split Determine Target Data Determine TO Header Parameters 82 .2. duration. start and end date time/date etc. The transport time(Travel Time) refers to a simple definition of the time required to cover a particular transport path. The setup time refers to the processing time required by the picker to be able to pick up the picking papers in the shipping office before picking starts. and the time required to provide one or several picking containers.IBM India Private Limited WM CookBook ECC 5.

o Maintain Warehouse Workload: Load table is maintained in this step. o UoM Load Category Search: In this step. o Load Categories for Logistics: Logistical load categories are defined in this step.2 Define TO Item Parameters Maintain unit-of-measure load category: A unit-of-measure load category serves to group units of measure and unit-of-measure categories from a load viewpoint. warehouse activity. In the load table a constant and a variable processing time is stored in seconds for each warehouse number. storage type. EA.0 Transaction Code Table / View SPRO/SM30 T32801_C / V_T32801_C 10. and logistical load category combination.IBM India Private Limited WM CookBook ECC 5. E. unit-of-measure load category. o The constant time can be interpreted as the setup time or transfer time. o Maintain Warehouse Operations: Different warehouse Activities are defined in this step o Maintain Warehouse Processes: Different warehouse processes are defined in this step. PC etc are assigned to respective load category o Assign UoM Load Category to SUT: Here different SUTs are assigned to respective UoM Load Categories.g. for each storage type.g. Load Category NORM – Normal materials. A logistical load category serves to group materials from a load viewpoint in the warehouse. BULK heavy materials etc. o The variable time can/may exist.2. depending on the unit to be moved IMG Path IMG Logistics Execution Warehouse Management Activities Transfers Processing Performance Data / TO Split Determine Target Data Determine TO Item Parameters SPRO/SM30 T32801_C / V_T32801_C Transaction Code Table / View 83 . o Assign UoM to UoM (Load Category): Here unit of measure in WM e. it is defined how UoM Load category will be searched for stock removal and stock placement activities in the warehouse.

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IMG Path Transaction Code Table / View Shipping IMG Logistics Execution Group Types for Wave Picks SPRO/SM30 TVSA / V_TVSA Picking Wave Picks Define 85 . the wave pick corresponds to the group IMG Path Transaction Code Table / View IMG Logistics Execution Ranges for Groups SPRO/SM30 V_T340DA and INRDP Shipping Picking Wave Picks Number 11.1. The SAP system automatically assigns a consecutive number from the defined number range IMG Path Transaction Code Table / View IMG Logistics Execution Ranges for Wave Picks SPRO/SM30 INRDP Shipping Picking Wave Picks Number 11. automatic number assignment is provided in the Warehouse Management system. For this object. With regard to creation and further processing of transfer orders for a wave pick.1 Number Range for Wave Types In this activity. Groups are defined for wave picks.1 Number Ranges 11.2 Define Groups for wave Picks In this activity. Several control parameters are defined for this Group. the system assigns a unique number that identifies the picking wave. The number comes from the number range that is provided for the picking waves.0 11 Wave Picking 11. When a picking wave is created.IBM India Private Limited WM CookBook ECC 5.1. number ranges for the wave picks are defined. Only internal number assignment is provided for picking waves.2 Number Ranges for Groups In this IMG Activity we define the number range for the group.

The delivery split indicator is only visible when it is selected. they cannot be changed o If you are working with picking waves. This values are only displayed in the delivery header. you need deliveries for a single warehouse number since a picking wave refers to exactly one warehouse. a delivery will only contain items whose storage location matches the warehouse number in the header. when you look at the 'Warehouse number' field and the delivery split indicator in the delivery header.3 Delivery split by Warehouse Number and Delivery Type Delivery Split for Warehouse Number per Delivery Type o For each delivery type.IBM India Private Limited WM CookBook ECC 5. When the system processes the delivery due list. o In the document. you can see whether the delivery is within one warehouse (delivery split indicator 'A') or not (delivery split indicator 'B'). set the indicator 'Delivery split according to warehouse number‘ to ensure that the system will automatically create deliveries within one warehouse for all items from storage locations of this warehouse number. IMG Path Transaction Code Table / View IMG Logistics Execution Shipping Group Types for Wave Picks SPRO/SM30 V_T340DJ and V_TVLK_SPL Picking Wave Picks Define 86 . it is required to create deliveries within one warehouse. a "delivery split" takes place and separate deliveries will be created for items belonging to different warehouses.0 11. the indicator 'Delivery split according to warehouse number‘ is set. and if this indicator is set. This indicator ensures that items for one warehouse are split in one delivery o For each warehouse number. o If both indicators are set.

5 Maintain Time of Comparison for Forming Wave Picks In this IMG Activity.IBM India Private Limited WM CookBook ECC 5. 11. the goods issue is selected as a comparison time in the respective warehouse IMG Path IMG Logistics Execution Shipping Picking Wave Picks Maintain Time of Comparison for Forming Wave Picks Transaction Code Table / View SPRO/SM30 V_T340D_W 87 .0 11.1. Example if it is required to process deliveries together in a wave that are supposed to be dispatched from the warehouse in the same time slot.4 Control Update of Workload Data See Section 9. it is defined which time is to be considered while assigning a delivery to a wave.

6 Create Picking Wave Profile In this activity you can maintain one or several picking wave profiles for each warehouse number. this is regarded as a timeslot with a date change. Control: o By making an entry in the field Create Type. you define whether this is a profile for picking waves with restricted capacity or a profile for picking waves without capacity restriction. If the start time of a timeslot is higher than the end time (e. The capacity limit of the entire wave is reached as soon as one of the capacity limits defined here has been reached.IBM India Private Limited WM CookBook ECC 5.7 Maintain Time Slots Time slots are maintained in this activity and picking wave profile is assigned to each timeslot. you can define one or several capacity restrictions. or whether you can do without manual control (that is. o If you define a profile for waves with restricted capacity. In the detailed screen you can enter data on capacity behavior and control: o Capacity behavior: o By setting an entry in the field CapRestriction. end 0600 hrs).g. start 2200 hrs. background processing is allowed). IMG Logistics Execution Maintain Picking wave profile SPRO/SM30 T301T Shipping Picking Wave Picks o IMG Path Transaction Code Table / View 11. o You maintain the units for the capacity limits Maximum Weight.0 11. Maximum Volume in the section Control update of workload data in the field section for units of load data. At the moment. IMG Path Transaction Code Table / View Logistics Execution IMG Maintain Time Slots SPRO/SM30 V_TC37A_W Shipping Picking Wave Picks 88 . you determine whether the profile requires the creation of picking waves with manual control (that is. o With an entry in the field "Manual control". background processing is not allowed). it is only possible to create waves using time criteria (check point). you determine the type and method for creating picking waves.

IBM India Private Limited WM CookBook ECC 5.0 11. This allows combining different timeslots IMG Path Transaction Code Table / View IMG Logistics Execution Shipping Maintain Time Slot Groups for Wave Picks SPRO/SM30 V_TC38A_W Picking Wave Picks 89 .8 Maintain Timeslot Groups for Wave Picks In order to group together different timeslots . timeslot groups are defined in this activity.

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