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Step by Step Approach for Configuration of Warehouse Management

By G.V.SHIVAKKUMAR
1.

Concept of Warehouse Management

Master Data
Define control parameters for warehouse no
A warehouse number is an organizational unit in logistics that represents the company from the
warehouse management view.
In the Warehouse Management System (WMS), you can define various control parameters at the
warehouse number level. The control parameters will be:
1) Weights / units of measure
2) Storage unit management is active or not
3) Checking the data for capacity check

Define Number ranges


Define the number ranges for the objects which have automatic number assignment in the Warehouse
Management system. These are:
Transfer requirement
Transfer order
Quant
Posting change notice
Group
If you are using Storage Unit Management, you must take the following objects into account:

Number range for storage units

The number ranges for the storage units cover all the warehouse numbers.

Type of number assignment for storage units

Actions
1. Decide which number ranges you require for assigning the document numbers in the Warehouse
Management system.
2. Create the number range intervals.
The following action is only required if you are using Storage Unit Management:
3. Create the number range LE for assigning the storage unit numbers and the respective assignment
type (column VA). Via the assignment type, you can define per warehouse number whether, for example,
external or internal storage unit numbers are to be managed.
4. Conversion of the storage unit number in Warehouse Management, you can determine per client (!)
how the storage unit number is to be converted. For information on the different input options, refer to the
field documentation.

Define Storage Type


A warehouse number is divided up into a number of storage types. A storage type is defined on the
basis of its spatial or organizational features (for example, high rack storage area, bulk storage area,
and goods receipt area).
A storage type has the following features:

A storage type does not have an address, but a short description.

It is possible to store storage-type-specific material data.

Within a storage type, inventory is executed for each storage bin.

Recommendation

These interim storage types (900-999) are required for various postings (for example, GR and GI
postings, and differences) in WM. When you define your warehouse numbers, copy the interim storage
types from warehouse number 001.
Activities
1. Create your storage types with the respective descriptions.
2. Copy the interim storage types from warehouse number 001.
Important Note:
The placement strategy for ATC, AEC and ECO is decided as Addition to existing stock. So while creating
the storage type, the Put away strategy should be I Addition to existing stock.
The removal strategy for all the materials without Shelf life expiration date check (SLED) will be FIFI
(Picking strategy F) and for the materials with SLED check will be H Shelf life expiration date.
There will be two distinguished strategies one for materials without SLED check (Put away strategy I
and Picking strategy F) and one for material with SLED check (Put away strategy I and Picking
strategy H).
Define Storage Sections
Within a storage type, a storage section is a series of storage bins with the same features. These bins
are used for the purpose of stock placements.
For stock placements, the following features of storage bins can be important:

distance to the turnover point

loading capacity

temperature

Standard settings
In the SAP standard system, sample entries are preset for the respective storage types in warehouse
number 001.
Note

When you create a storage bin, you must enter a storage section.

If you are using storage types without sections, you must define at least one storage section (for
example, 001) per storage type. The storage section in this case is identical to the storage type.

Activities
Create your storage areas with the corresponding names.

Important Note:
There will be only one storage section for all ATC, AEC and ECO.

Define Storage Bins


Storage Bins
In the menu option "Storage bins", you define the configuration for the storage bins in the Warehouse
Management system.
Before you create the storage bins (master data) you should work through this section as well as the
section "Define field usage - Storage bin data".

Define Storage Bin Types


You can divide your storage bins into groups (for example, large storage bins, small storage bins, and so
on). A suitable storage bin is proposed by the system during stock placement in combination with
thestorage unit type.
Actions
1. Decide whether you want to use the "Storage bin type search".
2. Create your bin types with the corresponding names.
Important Note:
Create

only

one

Storage

bin

type

for

ATC,

AEC

and

ECO.

Defin
e Blocking Reasons

In the Warehouse Management system, you can block the following units for stock placements and stock
removals:

Storage types

Storage bins

Quants

Storage unit

You can enter the reason for the block (for example, assembly work) using the indicator "Blocking
Reason".
Actions
Create your blocking indicators with the respective descriptions.

Define Storage Bin Structure


In the Warehouse Management system, you can create a sequence of similar storage bins automatically.
Example for setting up similar storage bins
Define the parameters required for creating storage bins in the table "Storage Bin Structures".
In this table, you must also define which warehouse master data (for example, storage section, firecontainment section, and so on) you want to create when you generate the structures.
Actions
1. Create your storage bin structures in the detail screen.
2. From the menu bar (detail screen), select: "Environment --> Create bins" to generate your storage bins.
Note

This function

can

also

be

found

in

the

application

menu

(menu

option

"Master data").

Material
In this menu option you configure the material master records that are relevant for the Warehouse
Management system.
Before you create the material masters, you should work through this section and the section "Define
field usage - Material master".
Define Storage Type Indicators
With this indicator you can control whether certain materials are placed into or removed from stock in
certain storage types with a higher priority. This leads to a classification of your materials and allows you
to use the stock placement or stock removal strategies in an optimum way.
Default settings
In the SAP standard system, examples are preset for warehouse numbers 001 and 002.
Actions
1. Classify your materials according to certain criteria (for example, small parts, and materials for
block storage).
2. Create your storage type indicators with the respective descriptions.
Further information
You will find more information on this subject area in chapter "Strategies - Storage type search"
Important Note:
Define 2 storage section indicators one for the materials with SLED check and one for the materials
without SLED check. In Storage type search you have to define the priority according to materials without

SLED

check

and

materials

with

SLED

check.

Define Storage Unit Types


With the indicator for the storage unit type, it is possible to distinguish pallets or other containers on which
a material is stored or transported.
The classification of your storage units allows you to use the stock placement strategies in an optimal
way.
The storage unit type is taken into account during stock placements if you have activated the "storage
bin type search".

Default settings
In the SAP standard system, examples are preset for warehouse numbers 001 and 002.
ACTIONS
1. Decide whether you want to use the storage bin type search.
2. Classify your storage units (for example, Europallets, wire boxes) according to certain criteria (for
example, certain packing height for Europallets).
3. Create your storage unit types with the respective descriptions/names.

Define Storage Section Indicators


The storage section indicator divides materials into groups with the same characteristics. With
the storage section indicator, you can assign certain material groups to special storage sections.
With this classification method, you can use the stock placement strategies in an optimum way.
Default settings
In the SAP standard system, examples are preset for warehouse numbers 001 and 002.
Actions
1. Decide whether you want to use "storage section search".
2. Classify your materials according to certain criteria (for example, fast-moving items, bulky
materials, extremely heavy materials, and so on).
3. Create your storage section indicators with the corresponding description.

Str
ategies
In the Warehouse Management system (LE-WM) you support strategies in order to receive proposals
from the SAP System

Regarding which storage bins the goods are to be put away

From which storage bins goods are to be picked.

There are two basic strategies in the system:

putaway strategies

picking strategies

With the help of these strategies, the SAP system can use the available transfer and warehouse capacity
optimally.

For each storage type, you must define a putaway and a picking strategy.
Recommendation
To be able to take a closer look at the processes involved in the storage bin search (that is, processes
that involve interaction between the materials master data and the data from the system configuration
menu in Warehouse Management), you can use the function "Log Bin Search".
You can call up this function from the preparation screens for stock placements and stock removals and
from the single item screen for creating transfer orders (menu option "Environment").
This bin search log supports, on the one hand, the work of the project team in the implementation phase
and, on the other hand, the analysis of customizing errors during productive operation.
Activate Storage Type Search
For putaway or pick operations, the Warehouse Management System (WMS) must know:

into which storage types materials can be placed

from which storage types materials can be removed

In the WMS, a storage type is determined as follows:


1. In the case of a put away, you generally know where the material for the put away is coming from. In
the case of a pick, you generally know to where the material to be removed is to be transferred.
Information on the location from where the material is to be picked is either stored in the transfer
requirement or determined by the system using the WM movement type.
2. The system must then know into which storage type the material should be placed, or from which
storage type the material should be removed. The table "Storage type search", which you are setting
here, provides this information. In this table, you store the preferred sequence of storage types to be
searched for the material for putaways or picks.
If you have activated the storage unit check, this check also influences the storage type search. In this
case, the storage unit type from the transfer order is also checked against the allowed storage units per
storage type. The system finds this information via the table "Allowed storage unit types / storage type",
which you are also setting here. For further information on this subject, refer to the chapter Storage type
search.
3. Furthermore, you can influence the storage type search using other indicators:

process indicator (for example, stock placement or removal)

storage type indicator from the material master

stock category indicator

special stock indicator

storage class

water pollution class (WPC)

reference movement type

The indicators storage class and water pollution class influence the storage type search. If you are not
implementing Hazardous Material Management, you do not need to pay attention to these parameters.
For information on how to activate Hazardous Material Management, refer to the chapter Hazardous
materials".
4. As mentioned above, different indicators influence the storage type search. If, however, you are using
storage type indicators and you also have materials with different stock categories or materials with
different special stocks, the number of required entries in the storage type search table can become quite
large.
To reduce the number of entries, you can define an access strategy for the storage type search table.
With the help of this access strategy, the system determines the required entries in the storage type
search table as follows:
The system first tries to find a suitable match, that is, an entry in the storage type search table
with all the relevant indicators from the material master and, if available, from the hazardous
material master.
If the system does not find a suitable entry in the storage type search table, it again tries to
read this table, but this time using the access strategy.
Actions
Set the required parameters for the "Storage type search" in the specified sequence:
1. Storage type indicator
Using the storage type indicator, you can ensure that certain materials are only removed from certain
storage types or placed into certain storage types in the order of preference you have defined.
You define the valid storage type indicators in the table for "Storage type indicators".
2. Storage type search
Now define the sequence of storage types to be searched by the system for stock putaway and stock pick
proposals.
Make sure that you enter the correct indicators for stock putaway and stock pick in the appropriate
column.
If you want the system to search through the entire warehouse number for a stock pick, enter "***" (stands
for stringent FIFO) as the storage type. The system will then search the entire warehouse for the oldest
stock of the material. The entry "+++" means that the system branches to the user exit to the stringent
FIFO process (MWMTO013).

If you are using the 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. For the storage type
search with the 2-step picking process, define activity type "2" (Column "Activity").
3. Movement type references
In the Warehouse Management component, you can set up the system so that for each WM movement
typescertain storage types are proposed. If you want to use this mechanism, set up the necessary
reference movement types for the movement types concerned. These reference movement types must be
taken into account in the table "Storage type search".
4. Access optimization for storage type search
Instructions for access strategy for the storage type search table

Activate Storage Section Search


In the Warehouse Management System (WMS), a storage section is found in the following manner:
1. If the WMS is to search for a suitable storage section, it first searches for a suitable storage type. The
storage type is determined during the storage type search.
2. If the system has found a suitable storage type, it then determines the corresponding putaway
strategy. It finds this information in the "Storage type" table.
3. Now the system must "know" into which storage section the material is to be placed. The table
"Storage section search", which you are setting here, provides this information. This table contains a
preference list for the storage sections into which the materials should preferably be stored. The system
first searches for a bin in the first storage section. If it does not find a bin there, it continues its search in
the second section, and so on.
4. In addition, you can influence the storage section search using the following indicators:

storage section indicator from the material master

storage class

water pollution class (WPC)

Note: The WMS only takes the indicators "Storage class" and "Water pollution class" into account if
Hazardous Material Management has been activated.

To find out how to activate Hazardous Material management, refer to the section "Hazardous materials".
5. In the WMS, you can enter the storage bins for putaway manually. In this case, the system checks
whether the bin you have entered is in a storage section that is allowed for the material concerned.
Requirements
You must have the storage section check active. This check depends on the strategy you have chosen. It
can be implemented for all the putaway strategies, with the exception of the Fixed Bin Strategy.
Actions
Set the required parameters for the "Storage section check" in the sequence specified:
1. Storage section indicator
You can assign a storage section indicator to each material. This indicator enables you to have materials
placed into storage in special storage sections.
You define the valid storage section indicators in the corresponding table.
2. Storage section search
For each storage section indicator, you can have up to ten storage sections in one storage type. During
putaway, the system first looks for a bin in the first storage section; if it does not find a suitable bin here, it
goes on to the next section, and so on.
3. Activate the storage section search.

Activate Storage Bin Type Search


The Warehouse Management System (WMS) can manage different sizes of storage bins within
astorage type. The storage bins are determined during the storage bin search:
1. It is generally known which loading equipment (storage unit type) is required to place
thematerial into stock. This information is either
Entered manually OR
Can be found in the material master.
In this case, the SAP System suggests the relevant storage unit type for the putaway as a
default.
2. Then the WMS checks if the storage unit which is to be placed into stock may be put away in the
storage typed determined by the storage type search.
The table "Allowed storage unit types per storage type" contains details on which storage unit types
(SUTs) may be used in which storage types.
This table defines which storage unit type may be used within each storage type. Up to 10 storage units
may be assigned per storage type.
If more than 10 storage units are required per storage type, it is possible to activate the weak SUT check.

To do this, enter *** in this table as the allowed SUT. This has the effect that, in theory, all SUTs are
allowed for this storage type. The system then searches for a bin that matches the storage unit type
according to the allowed storage bin type per SUT.
3. Then the system searches for a suitable storage bin using the putaway strategy.
o For this purpose you have assigned a storage bin type to each storage bin in the master data.
o Via the table "Storage bin type search" the WMS finds information on which SUTs match which
storage
bin
types.
The search for a subsequent storage bin type is restricted to the permitted storage bin types
which are run through sequentially according to the sequence of entries in this table.
4. If you manually enter the storage bin during putaway, the WMS checks if the SUT may be used on the
relevant storage bin.
Requirements
The storage unit type check parameters must be activated. This check is independent of a particular
strategy. You can use it for all putaway strategies.
Recommendation
If you wish to implement the above weak SUT-check, check your table options exactly as performance
problems may arise if the customizing option is not properly set.
The following example should illustrate these problems and their solution:

Storage bin types P1 P2 P3 P4 P5 are allowed for storage unit type E1. E1 is to be placed in stock in
storage type 001. Here there are only storage bins of type P0.

Normally E1 would not be included in the storage unit types allowed for storage type 001. The WMS
recognizes this and searches for a bin in the next storage type.

A weak SUT check is when the database is accessed 5 times unsuccessfully. This number increases
depending on how many different storage sections you work with at one time.

You can check the Customizing options via the storage bin determination log (transport order
management). Multiple access to the database does not greatly impair performance. The number of
times the database is accessed in this way can be decreased using an optimized storage type search.
Activities
Set the parameters for bin type search in the following sequence:
1. Bin types
Divide your storage bins into groups (for example, large bins, small bins).
2. Check your warehouse master data and, if necessary, fill in any missing storage bin types.

3. Storage unit types


Classify your storage units (for example, by palette type).
4. Check your material masters and add palletization data, if this has not already been done.
5. Allocation of storage unit types / storage type
For each storage type, define which storage unit types may be placed into stock in this storage type.
6. Allocation of storage unit types / storage bin types
For each storage bin type, define which storage unit type may be put away.
7. Activate the storage unit type control function in the putaway control parameters for the desired storage
bin.

Putaway Strategies
The stock placement strategy is a procedure in the Warehouse Management system whereby the
system searches for a suitable storage bin within a storage type or a warehouse number using a
particular strategy.
The Warehouse Management system supports the following strategies:
Fixed storage bin
Open storage
Addition to existing stock
Empty storage bin
Pallets (storage units)

Bulk storage
Near to picking fixed bin
No strategy (manual bin location assignment)
Define Strategy for Fixed Bins
The "fixed bin" stock placement strategy is used for storage types in which a material is assigned to a
particular storage bin.
This strategy is used mainly in storage types where picking is carried out manually (for example, in small
parts storage areas with manual picking).
Default Settings
In the SAP standard system, warehouse number 001 and storage type 005 are preset for the strategy
"Fixed bin".
Actions
1. Decide whether or not you want to use this stock placement strategy.
2. If you have already created material masters, maintain the storage type data of the material masters
that is required for fixed bin management.
3. Enter the indicators for the stock placement strategy "Fixed bin" in the detail screen.

Define Strategy for Addition to Existing Stock


Using this stock placement strategy, the SAP System tries to place a quantity of material into a storage
bin in which the material already exists. To add to existing stock, there must be sufficient remaining
capacity in the storage bin. So you must switch on the capacity check for the relevant storage type to
implement the strategy addition to existing stock.
If the system does not find a storage bin with enough remaining capacity in this storage type, it will call up
the strategy "Empty storage bin".
Activities

1. Decide if you want to use this putaway strategy.


2. Decide which type of capacity check you want to use.
You can find out which capacity check types are currently supported via the possible entries
field capacity check.
1. Enter the indicator for the putaway strategy "addition to existing stock" in the detail screen.
2. Activate the capacity check.

Sto
ck Removal Strategies

A picking strategy in the Warehouse Management System refers to a procedure whereby the system
searches during a pick for a suitable quant within a storage type or a warehouse number.
The Warehouse Management system supports the following picking strategies:

FIFO (First In First Out)

Strict FIFO

LIFO (Last In First Out)

Partial quantity

Large/small quantities

Define FIFO Strategy


With the stock removal strategy FIFO (First In First Out), the warehouse management system proposes
the oldest quant in each storage type from which you want to remove stock.
The system calculates the age of a quant using the date of the goods receipt posting that was set in the
quant by the transfer requirement and the transfer order.
Activities
1. Decide whether or not you want to use this stock removal strategy.
2. Activate the stock removal strategy "FIFO" in the stock removal control of the relevant storage type.

Def
ine Strategy for Expiration Date
With this stock removal strategy, you can influence the search of the materials under consideration of the
shelf life.
Material managed according to shelf life expiration date is found as follows in the Warehouse
Management System
1. You must have activated the shelf life expiration date management in the respective warehouse
number.
2. For each storage type , the shelf life expiration date (SLED) strategy must be activated, providing
you do not work use the stock removal strategy "Strict FIFO principle".

3. The minimum remaining shelf life must be maintained in the material master record (storage view).
Materials for which this remaining life is not maintained are searched for with stock removal strategy
"FIFO".
Activities
1. You have to decide whether you want to use this stock removal strategy.
2. Activate the shelf life expiration date management for each warehouse number.
The shelf life expiration date management must be activated at warehouse number level. In the
application, this activation causes that the shelf life expiration date is a required entry during stock
placements, depending on the material and movement type. In some analyses, the shelf life expiration
date of materials managed according to shelf life expiration date is displayed instead of the GR date.
Activate the shelf life expiration date management.
3. Activate the stock removal strategy
Activate the stock removal strategy expiration date in the stock removal control for the relevant storage
type.
Further notes
If you are using the stock removal strategy "Strict FIFO principle", please refer to the section "Define
Strict FIFO Principle" strategy for more information on the "Shelf Life Expiration Date".

Activities
In this unit, you set the following activities in the Warehouse Management system:

Transfers

Differences

Print control

Physical inventory

Appointments

Define transaction parameters

Transfers
In this section, you set the configuration for the transfer of goods.
This includes the following:
1. Transfer types
2. Movement types
3. Requirement categories
4. Posting changes and stock transfers
Define Requirement Types
Movements and stock records in the Warehouse Management System contain a reference to the
originating document.
The requirement category describes the origin type (for example, goods receipt for a purchase
order, and goods issue for the cost center).
The requirement tracking number describes the origin itself (for example, the purchase order
number, the cost center).
Actions
Create the requirement types for each warehouse number.

Define Shipment Types


In the Warehouse Management system, there are two types of transfers (movements):

Movements
that
are
also
important
(for example, stock placements and stock removals)

Movements
that
only
concern
(stock transfers within a warehouse, for example).

for

Materials

the

Management

warehouse

The transfer type is a suitable tool for reports (for example, all stock placements into a storage type, all
stock removals from a storage type, and so on).
Note
The transfer type is not used in system control functions.
Standard Delivery
In the SAP standard delivery, all the relevant transfer types are preset.

SAP Recommendation
SAP recommends keeping the transfer types delivered with the standard system. You can add to these
transfer types as required.
Actions
Define the transfer types for each warehouse number.

Define Movement Types


The system processes Inventory Management movements (for example, goods receipt for a purchase
order or goods issue to a cost center) using movement types. If the SAP system determines that a
movement is relevant for Warehouse Management, it assigns a WM movement type to this movement via
a table.
The movement type for the Warehouse Management system provides the information required for stock
placements and stock removals:
Interim storage type

Coordinate of the interim storage bin


predefined coordinate
dynamic coordinate
fixed bin coordinate
Control indicator for processing, confirming and printing transfer orders
Indicator for storage type search.
For information on the links between the IM and the WM movement types and how to change them, see
the section Movement Types for Interim Storage Bins.
Standard settings
In the SAP standard system, all the relevant movement types are preset.
Recommendation
SAP recommends keeping the movement types delivered with the standard system.
Activities
1. Before you create movement types for a new warehouse number:
start with the configuration for the printer control
delete the print codes
then maintain the print codes when you configure the printer control
2. Create the movement types for each warehouse number using the copy function.
3. Define your own company-individual settings (for example, for the interim storage types) in the detail
screen.

Define Stock Transfers and Replenishment Control


Using a posting change, you can change the material identification of stocks. A posting change affects at
least one of the following items:
material number

plant
stock category
special stock
A stock transfer is involved if a quant is moved physically from its storage bin.
Posting changes and stock transfers always take place within a warehouse number.
Standard settings
For stock transfers and posting changes, the movement types in the series "3nn" are at your disposal.
For internal warehouse replenishment, use the WM movement type "319". You can use this movement
type as a copy sample for creating your own movement type.
Activities
1. Check all the movement types for posting changes, stock transfers, and replenishment.
2. Make your own company-required adjustments in the detail screen. For replenishment movement
types, you do not require the definition of the requirement type.
3. If you want to use the functionality "Replenishment for fixed bin warehouse" (using the
report RLLNACH1), you must define the storage types for which replenishment is to be used.
Assign the appropriate replenishment type to the respective storage types.

Confirmation
In this section, you configure the system settings for handling differences and for confirming transfer
orders.
Handling Differences

The system posts differences that you find in the warehouse into a specific difference storage type(for
example, 999) whenever you

Confirm a transfer order with differences.

Perform a manual stock transfer to the difference storage type (for example, 999).

Perform automatic stock transfer to the difference storage type (for example, 999) after
aninventory with quantity differences.

In the WM system, you can classify differences according to cause (for example, breakage, theft).
Using the difference indicator, you determine the storage type and the storage bin to which the
differences are posted.
For each difference indicator, you can save the percentage value for the deviation allowed, that is, starting
from which the dialog box is to appear. 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.
Example
A warehouse worker guesses a 3 kilogram pick for a particular material and determines the actual weight
further away from the bin. In this case, each pick is confirmed with a difference. It would be appropriate to
have the dialog box suppressed so as to save this extra step.
Confirmation Control
One important aspect of confirmation of transfer orders is the setting of the confirmation requirement.
This requirement means additional work for the user, but it also affords a high level of stock and
information security.
The decision as to whether a transfer order item requires confirmation and whether it is confirmed
immediately depends on the parameters you set for your movement types and your storage types.

At the warehouse number level you define:


o

whether there is to be separate confirmation of pick and transfer

At the storage type level you define:


o

whether putaways to this storage type require confirmation

whether picks from this storage type require confirmation

whether a zero stock check is to take place for a bin that becomes empty through the
pick

whether the destination storage bin can be changed during confirmation

At the movement type level you define:

whether transfer orders with this movement type can be confirmed immediately

whether the confirmation requirement is to be proposed during transfer order generation

whether single-step confirmation is to be applied although two-step confirmation is set for


the source and destination storage types

through which screen the transfer orders are to be confirmed.

Confirmation Requirement
As soon as one of the above parameters calls for a confirmation requirement for a transfer order item, the
item must be confirmed.
Immediate confirmation of a transfer order item only works out if

the respective movement type does not disallow this

if the storage type from which the materials are picked is not subject to pick confirmation

if the storage type into which the materials are put away does not have a putaway confirmation
requirement.

Two-Step Confirmation
For two-step confirmation, both storage types involved in the transfer order must be subject to
confirmation.
At the warehouse number level, you define whether transfer orders or TO items are to be confirmed in two
separate steps.
During the confirmation of the first step, you confirm the pick process from the source storage bin. The
source storage bin and the quant are automatically updated. In the quant of the destination storage bin,
only the open transfer quantity is updated at this point.
During the confirmation of the second step, you confirm both the transfer process and also the receipt of
the material at the destination storage bin. Here the source storage bin and its quant are no longer
updated, but only the destination storage bin and the quant stored there.
SAP Recommendation
SAP recommends working with the stock placement and stock removal confirmation functions. The
confirmation procedure is recommended for the following reasons:

Stock in a storage bin should only be available after the actual putaway has been confirmed.

Storage bins should only be released for further putaways after the goods putaway in the
destination bin has been confirmed.

A storage bin that is going to be emptied by a pending stock pick should already be filled with a
putaway before it is really emptied.

The posting of differences should be executed during the actual confirmation, and not by means
of a separate transfer order.

Include the confirmation process in your organizational procedures.


You can use the bar code for confirming transfer orders. This makes your work much easier.
Activities
1. Decide whether you want to confirm the transfer orders created in the SAP system using the
confirmation procedure.
2. Maintain the difference indicator for differences in TO confirmation.
3. Maintain the indicator "Confirmation control/Warehouse number".
4. Maintain the indicator "Confirmation control/Storage type".
5. Maintain the indicator "Confirmation control/Movement type".

Define Print Control


In this section, you set the configuration data for print control.
Using the print control function, for example, you can define

Which documents (that is, for transfer orders) are to be printed for goods movements.

How these documents are to be printed (that is, which forms are to be used, how many copies
are to be printed).

On which printer a document is to be printed automatically.

Using the print control functions, you have flexible control of the printing activities in your warehouse. This
flexibility, however, means that setting the parameters is a complex task. For this reason, we recommend
that you take a look at the entire print control functions first, and then analyze the "print situation" in your
warehouse.
The number and type of settings you need for your print control depends on whether you are using the
Storage Unit Management component. If you are not using this component, you only need to set the
"standard" print control functions. However, if you are using Storage Unit Management, you need to set
both the "standard" print control functions as well as the functions for storage units.
In this section, we describe the "standard" print control functions. These control the printing of transfer
order slips.

The print control for printing specific slips for storage units is described in the chapter Define print
control for warehouses with Storage Unit Management.
You need the following settings for the "standard" print control function:

Spool Indicator
Slips are always printed within the SAP system using the Spool function. For each printout,
certain data needs to be passed on to the Spool file. Typical examples of such data are:
o

Number of copies to be printed

Dataset name of the printout within the Spool system

"Print immediately"

"Delete after print"

Using the Spool indicator, you define the most appropriate combinations of the individual
parameters you want to use.

In the following settings (for example, the settings for the print code), you do not need to specify
these parameters each time. You only enter the spool indicator as a type of abbreviation.

Printer Pool / Labels


In the printer pool for labels, you can define a dependent label printer for each printer. In this way,
for example, labels can be printed in parallel on special paper while transfer order documents are
being printed.

Sort Profile / Multiple Processing


The sort profile sets the sequence of the transfer order items for printing. As of Release 4.1A, this
only applies to printing in multiple processing, since during "standard" TO processing the sorting
is set already when the TO is created. Furthermore, you can decide during multiple processing
printing whether there should be a control break, that is, whether printing should continue on a
new page if the field content changes.

Print code
The print code defines the following information for printing transfer orders:
o

Form that is used for printing

Sort sequence (via sort pool) in which the individual items of a transfer order are to be
printed. The sort pool is now called up through the multiple processing run.

Spool indicator (see above)

Reading shipping data. With this function you can have additional information for picking
orders called up, for example, the address of the ship-to party or serial numbers already
assigned to the delivery items.

Reading production data. Here reservations for staging materials for production are read.
(Both switches for reading data should be inactivated for time-critical printing.)

Label form, label spool indicator, and the definition as to how the number of labels is to
be determined for each TO item.

The following text explains how you can assign a print code to each movement type in the
Warehouse Management system. A transfer order is always assigned to a movement type. In this
way, the print code determines the general print parameters for the transfer order.

Assignment of Print Code / Movement Type


You can define different printers and spool codes for various goods movements (source storage
type - destination storage type). Also, you can suppress the printing of transfer orders, if required.
There are also parameters (print code, form) that you can define both in the configuration
"Printer-Movement" as well as in the print code settings.
During the automatic determination of the print parameters, the system proceeds as follows: If an
item of a transfer order is to be printed automatically, the system determines the general print
parameters through the print code assigned to the movement type. Afterwards, it checks the
movement-specific print parameters. If one of these parameters (for example, for the form) is also
defined in the print code, the system will use the movement-specific parameter.
It is possible to override the definitions for label printing in the print code, depending on the
warehouse movement.
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. This is
only possible as an accompaniment to non-combined-printouts (indicator for combined printing in
the print code) and is otherwise ignored.

Assignment Printer - Picking Area


It can be useful to select a printer near the picking area for printing picking orders.
Again you are faced with the question: How does the system proceed with automatic printer
determination, since it is possible to define a standard printer both in the configuration for "PrinterMovement" as well as in the configurations "Printer - Storage Type", "Printer - Picking Area", and
in the user master of each user?
First the system checks whether a printer is set in the configuration "Printer-Movement". If so, the
printer determination is complete at this point.
If not, the system uses the parameter "PriSrcTyp" defined in the configuration "Printer-Movement"
to decide how it will proceed.

If the parameter is set here, the system checks if a printer is defined in the setting "Printer Picking
Area" and then proposes this printer.
If the system finds no printer, it searches in the setting "Printer - Storage Type" and uses this, if a
printer is set.
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.
If no printer is defined here, the system automatically proposes LP01. This writes the data to the
spool file.

Assignment Printer - Storage Type


Here you can store one printer per storage type, in accordance with the printer determination
logic described above.

Assignment Print Code - Movement Type


A print code is assigned to each movement type. As described above, the general print
information is determined by this assignment.

Assignment Print Program - Warehouse Number


You must assign a print program to each warehouse number. The name of the standard program
is RLVSDR40.

Print Control Multiple Processing


A print
report
is
assigned
to
each
warehouse
combined transfer order. You can also configure the following:

the print code

the printer

the print time

The print layout is set using forms.

Standard settings
All relevant print control tables are defined in warehouse number 001.
The following print programs are available:

RLVSDR40 (general print program)

RLKOMM40 (multiple processing)

number

for

printing

Recommendation
Only use your own print programs if your print requirements are not met by the user exits in the standard
system. If you wish to extend the functionality of the program RLVSDR40, use the user exit MWMD0001 to
develop them. If you wish to extend the functionality of the program RLKOMM40, use the user
exit MWMD0002. For further information on enhancements through the user exit, refer to the
chapter Develop extensions.
Information on how to adapt forms in Warehouse Management is provided in the chapter Develop forms.
Further Recommendations
1. Before you begin with table maintenance, you should first look at all tables carefully and determine
which ones you need.
2. Then maintain the tables in the prescribed sequence.
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Activities

1. Create the spool indicators for each warehouse number.


2. Create the dependent printers for label printing.
3. Define the sort profile for multiple processing.
4. Create the print codes for each warehouse number.
5. Assign the printers to the individual movements.
6. Assign the printers to the picking areas.
7. Assign the printers to the storage types.
8. Assign the print codes to the movement types.
9. Assign the print reports to the warehouse numbers.
10. Assign the print control to the multiple processing runs.
11. Using the analysis program, check whether the settings comply with your needs.

Physical Inventory
In this menu option, you configure the following system settings:

Default values

Types per storage type

Differences

Number ranges

Unlike the material-related physical inventory in the Inventory Management (IM) system, the Warehouse
Management system supports inventory procedures based on the storage bin.
Define Default Values
In this menu option you define:

which data should be printed out on the system inventory record

how the entry screen for the inventory count should be set up

Actions
Maintain the default values for each storage type.

Define Types per Storage Type


The Warehouse Management system (WM) supports the following inventory procedures:

Annual inventory(ST)
Counting the material quantity in the storage bins at a fixed inventory date.

Continuous inventory (PZ)


Counting a certain number of storage bins on any day in the fiscal year.

Continuous inventory based on stock placement

When a bin is occupied for the first time in the fiscal year, the system registers that inventory has
been taken for that bin. You can only use this inventory procedure under certain conditions and
must always check with the company auditor first.

Continuous inventory based on zero stock check


This procedure can be activated by the SAP system if a storage bin is empty.

Inventory through cycle counting


Counting of materials according to a pre-classification at different times during the fiscal year.

Requirements
You have coordinated your inventory procedure with the company auditor.
Actions
Maintain the inventory type for each storage type.

Define Differences and Document Limits


In order that the inventory differences can be posted to the interim record for differences,
internalmovement types are required.
The movement types used for this purpose belong to the Warehouse Management area. The interim
record is determined by the system on the basis of these movement types.
Standard settings
In the SAP standard version, the following parameters are preset in warehouse number 001:

Inventory movement types


o

711 (Clear inventory difference)

712 (Post inventory difference)

Document items
o

50 (Items per system inventory record)

Recommendation
SAP recommends that you keep the preset movement types in order to avoid posting errors.
Activities
1. Posting/Clearing
Check the preset standard movement types and create -- if necessary -- special movement types for
inventory differences for your warehouse numbers.
2. Document items
If you make an entry in this field, you can restrict the system inventory records during their creation to a
particular number of items.

Clear Differences (Interface to Inventory Management)


In this section you specify the movement types for posting differences in Inventory Management, and
specify from which storage types this type of posting can be started.
Movement type:
In order to be able to post inventory differences to the interim record for differences,
internal movement types are required.
The movement types used for this purpose come from the Inventory Management system, and refer to a
movement type in the Warehouse Management system.
The interim record for differences is determined on the basis of these movement types.
Prohibit storage types:
Technically speaking, you can post from practically all storage types. However, it is advisable to collect
the differences in one storage type (999) and start the postings from there.
Standard settings

In the SAP standard version, inventory movement types for Inventory Management are preset
in warehouse numbers *** and 001.
The settings for warehouse number *** are default values. If you require different parameters for a
warehouse number, you can add the difference movement types for the respective warehouse number.
The system first searches for an exact match for the table entry, that is, with the warehouse number. If it
does not find a corresponding entry, the system will search for warehouse number ***.
Recommendation
SAP recommends that you keep the preset movement types to avoid incorrect postings.
If you want to use the SAP standard system, you do not need to make new table entries for each
warehouse number. You can work with warehouse number ***.
SAP recommends setting this indicator for all storage types except the difference storage type
(999).
Activities
1. Analyze the entries for the default warehouse number *** and (if necessary) create the difference
movement types for your warehouse numbers.
2. Define your own company-individual settings for the movement types.

Maintain Number Ranges


In the menu option "Number ranges" you define number ranges for the inventory documents.
For each warehouse number you can create three number ranges:

for the system inventory records


Here the users create the documents themselves.

For transfer orders that initiate continuous inventory based on stock placement. In this case, the
transfer order is the inventory document.

for the quant-by-quant cycle counting physical inventory

SAP Recommendation
Once you have defined your number ranges, you cannot change them if the data in the number range
intervals has already been used.
Take the long-term data quantity into account. Define your number range intervals accordingly.
Actions
1. Define your number ranges.
2. Maintain your number ranges.

Configuration
1

Define, copy, delete, check warehouse number (SPRO)

Assign warehouse number to plant/storage location (SPRO)

Define Control Parameters for Warehouse Number (SPRO)

Define Number Ranges (OMLW)

Define Storage Type (Trans : SPRO)

Define Storage Sections (SPRO)

Define Storage Bin Types (SPRO)

Define Blocking Reasons (SPRO)

Define Storage Bin Structure (LS10)

10

Define Storage Type Indicators (SPRO)

11

Define Storage Unit Types (SPRO)

12

Define Storage Section Indicators:

13

Activate Storage Type Search (OMLY)

14

Activate Storage Section Search (OMLZ)

15

Activate Storage Bin Type Search (OMM1)

16

Define Sort Sequence for Putaways (Cross-line Stock Putaway) (OMLM)

17

Define Sort Sequence for Stock Removal (Picking) (SPRO)

18

Define Requirement Types (OMNF)

19

Define Shipment Types (SPRO)

20

Define Movement Types (SPRO)

21

Confirmation (OMLX)

22

Define Print Control (OMLV)

23

Define Default Values (SPRO)

24

Define Types per Storage Type (OMNK)

25

Define Differences and Document Limits (SPRO)

26

Clear Differences (Interface to Inventory Management) (SPRO)

27

Maintain Number Ranges (OMMB)

28

Activate Storage Unit Management per Warehouse Number (SPRO)

29

Activate Warehouse Activity Monitor Objects (SPRO)

30

Define Critical Parameters (SPRO)

27

34

31

Define Variant for "Object Overview" Program (OML1)

32

Define Variants for Selection Programs (OML2 & OML7)

33

Define Movement Types (Interfaces) (OMLR)

34

<SAP OSS Notes and User Exits>

WM
1.LB01
2.LB02
3.LB03

- Create Transfer Requirement


- Change transfer requirement
- Display Transfer Requirement

4.LB10
5.LB11
6.LB12
7.LB13
8.LD10
9.LD11
10.LI01
11.LI02
12.LI03
13.LI04
14.LI05
15.LI06
16.LI11
17.LI12
18.LI13
19.LI14
20.LI20
21.LI21
22.LL01
23.LLVS
24.LN01
25.LN02
26.LN03
27.LN04
28.LN05
29.LN06
30.LN08
31.LP10
32.LP11
33.LP12
34.LP21
35.LP22
36.LQ01

- TRs for Storage Type


- TRs for Material
- TRs and Posting Change for MLEat.Doc.
- TRs for Requirement
- Clear decentralized inventory difference
- Clear differences for decentral.sys.
- Create System Inventory Record
- Change System Inventory Record
- Display System Inventory Record
- Print System Inventory Record
- Inventory History for Storage Bin
- Block Storage types for annual invent.
- Enter Inventory Count
- Change inventory count
- Display Inventory Count
- Start Inventory Recount
- Clear Inventory Differences WM
- Clear Inventory Differences in MM-IM
- Warehouse Activity Monitor
- WM Menu
- Number Ranges for Transfer Requirement
- Number Ranges for Transfer Orders
- Number Ranges for Quants
- Number Ranges for Posting Changes
- Number Ranges for Inventory
- Number Ranges for Reference Number
- Number Range Maintenance: LVS_LENUM
- Direct picking for PO
- WM staging of crate parts WM
- Staging release order parts (WM-PP)
- WM replenishment for fixed bins WM
- Replenishment Planning for Fixed Bins
- Transfer Posting in Invent. Mgmt

37.LQ02
38.LS01
39.LS02
40.LS03
41.LS04
42.LS05
43.LS06
44.LS07
45.LS08
46.LS09
47.LS11
48.LS12
49.LS22
50.LS23
51.LS24
52.LS25
53.LS26
54.LS27
55.LS28
56.LS32
57.LS33
58.LS41
59.LT01
60.LT02
61.LT03
62.LT04
63.LT05
64.LT06
65.LT07
66.LT08
67.LT09
68.LT0A
69.LT0B
70.LT0C
71.LT0D
72.LT0E
73.LT10
74.LT11
75.LT12
76.LT13
77.LT14
78.LT15
79.LT16
80.LT17
81.LT1A
82.LT21
83.LT22
84.LT23

- Transfer Posting in Invent. Mgmt


- Create Warehouse Master Record
- Change Warehouse Master Record
- Display Warehouse Master Record
- Display Empty Storage Bins
- Generate Storage Bins
- Block Storage Bins
- Block Quants
- Block Storage Bins per Aisle
- Display Material Data for Storage Type
- Change storage bins (multiple proc.)
- Block Storage type
- Change Quants
- Display Quants
- Display Quants for Material
- Display Quants per Storage Bin
- Stock of Material
- Display Quants for storage unit
- Display storage units / bin
- Change storage unit
- Display storage unit
- List of control cycles for WIP loc
- Create Transfer Order
- Create TO for Inventory Difference
- Create TO from Delivery Note
- Create TO from TR
- Process Posting Change Notice
- Create TO for Material Document
- Create TO for mixed storage unit
- Manual addition to storage unit
- ID point function for storage units
- Pre-plan storage units
- Stock Placement of Shipping Units
- Stock Removal of Shipping Units
- Stock Transfer of Shipping Units
- Create Removal TO for 2-Step Picking
- Create Transfer Order from List
- Confirm Transfer Order Item
- Confirm Transfer Order
- Confirm TO for storage unit
- Confirm preplanned TO item
- Canceling transfer order
- Canceling TO for storage unit
- Single Entry of Actual Data
- Change Transfer Order
- Display Transfer Order
- Display Transfer Order / Storage Type
- Display Transfer Orders by Numbers

85.LT24
86.LT25
87.LT26
88.LT27
89.LT28
90.LT31
91.LT32
92.LT41
93.LT42
94.LT43
95.LT44
96.LT45
97.LT51
98.LT63
99.LT64
100.LT72
101.LT73
102.LU01
103.LU02
104.LU03
105.LU04
106.LX01
107.LX02
108.LX03
109.LX04
110.LX05
111.LX06
112.LX07
113.LX08
114.LX09
115.LX10
116.LX11
117.LX12
118.LX13
119.LX14
120.LX15
121.LX16
122.LX17
123.LX18
124.LX19
125.LX20
126.LX21
127.LX22
128.LX23
129.LX24
130.LX25
131.LX26
132.LX27

Display Transfer Order / Material


Display Transfer Order / Reference
Transfer orders for storage bin
Transfer order for storage unit
Display Transfer Order / Reference
Print TO Manually
Print transfer order for storageunit
Prepare TRs for Multiple Processing
Create TOs by Multiple Processing
Forming groups for deliveries
Release for Multiple Processing
Evaluation of reference numbers
Maintain Missing Stock
Control: Single Entry of Actual Data
Single Entry of Actual Data
- Determine 2-step relevance
- Display 2-step
- Create Posting Change Notice
- Change Posting Change Notice
- Display Posting Change Notice
- Selection of Posting Change Notices
- List of Empty Storage Bins
- Inventory List
- Bin Status Report
- Capacity Used
- Block Bins in Bl.Storage w .Time Limt
- Inventory List for Fire Department
- Check storage
- Accident Regulations List
- Overview of All Transfer Requirements
- Activities per Storage Type
- Overview of Documents
- Document Overview: Landscape Format
- Analysis of Differences
- Analysis of Material Transfers
- Selection of Bins for Annual Inventory
- Selection of Bins for Continuous Inventory
- List of Inventory Differences
- Statistics of Inventory Differences
- Inventory Data Takeover by Batch Inp.
- Generate interim storage bins
- Pick List for Several Transfer Order
- Process Inventory from Overview
- Stock comparison IM - WM
- Display of Hazardous Material numbers
- Inventory Status
- Inventory in WM via cycle counting
- Stock levels by shelf life expiry date

133.LX28
134.LX29
135.LX30
136.LX31
137.LX32
138.LX33
139.LX34
140.LX35
141.LX36
142.LX37
143.LX38
144.LX39
145.LX40
146.LX41
147.LX42
148.LX43

- Relevant TO item for ext.system


- Fixed bin supervision
- Overview of WM messages ext.system
- Analysis of print control tables
- Archived transfer orders
- Archived transfer requirements
- Archived posting change notices
- Archived system inventory records
- Archived inventory histories
- Linked objects
- Check Report Customizing Strategy K
- Evaluation Reference No. for 2-S.Pck
- Material Situation Prod. Storage Bin
- Bin Status Report WM/PP Interface
- Evaluation PP Order from WM View
- Consistency Check for Control Cycles MCL9
WM: Material Plcmt/Removal:Selection
149.MCLD - WM: Material flow - Selection
150.MCLH - WM: Movement types - selection 151.OL01
- Display / change LDK34 (bins)
152.OL02 - Display / change RLPLA (bins)
153.OL03 - Display / change LDK33 (stock)
154.OL04 - Display / change RLBES (stock)
155.OL05 - Display / change LDK30 (mat.whse)
156.OL06 - Display / change LDK31 (mat.type)
157.OL07 - Data transfer stor.bins LDK34->RLPLA
158.OL08 - Data transfer stor.bins RLPLA->B.I.
159.OL09 - Data transfer stor.bins LDK34->LAGP
160.OL10 - Test storage bin data transfer
161.OL11 - Data transfer stock LDK33->RLBES
162.OL12 - Data transfer stock RLBES-> B.I.
163.OL13 - Data transfer stock LDK33->LQUA
164.OL14 - Test stock data transfer
165.OL15 - Data transfer material whse no.view
166.OL16 - Test mat.master data transfer (MLGN)
167.OL17 - Data transfer material storage type
168.OL18 - Test mat.master data transfer (MLGT)
169.OLVS C SD Menu for Master Data
170.VM01 - Create Hazardous Material
171.VM02 - Change Hazardous Material
172.VM03 - Display Hazardous Material
WM-DWM
Decentralized Warehouse Management
1.DZ00 2.LD01 3.LD02 -

Introduction to Decentralized Systems


Repost Communication Document
Reposting multiple comm.records

4.LD03 5.LD04 6.LD05 7.LD06 8.LD07 9.LD08 10.LD09 11.LN07 -

Display Communication Document


Evaluation of Communication Doc
Check LDK01 Records (internal call)
Check LDK02 Records
Check LDK03 Records
Check LDK04 Records (internal call)
Check LDK05 records
Number Ranges for WM Communic.Rec.

WM-GF
1.LS10 - Generate Storage Bins
2.OLML - IMG structure Warehouse Management
3.OMK0 - Link to PP interface
4.OMK1 - Batch search method for Whse Mgmt
5.OMK2 Customer exits for strategies
6.OMK7 - Batch WM..... (will be deleted)
7.OMKW - Stock removal strategy "SLEDu201D
8.OMKX - Automatic Transfer Orders
9.OMKY - Link to External System via ALE
10.OMKZ - Automatic Transfer Orders
11.OML0 - MM: User Profile for Whse Mgmt MM:
12.OML1 - Overview of Critical Whse Monitor Obj
13.OML2 - Var. Report RLLL01SE: TOs
14.OML3 - Var. Report RLLL02SE: TR Items
15.OML4 - Var. Report RLLL03SE: Post.Chge Doc.
16.OML5 - Var. Report RLLL04SE: Deliveries
17.OML6 - Var. Report RLLL05SE: Negative Stock
18.OML7 - Var. Report RLLL06SE: Interim Stock
19.OML8 - Var. Report RLLL07SE: Stock Product.
20.OMLA - Putaway Near Picking Bin
21.OMLB - MObj.01: Critical TOs:
22.OMLC MObj.02: Critical TRs
23.OMLD - MObj.03: Critical Post. Chge Notices:
24.OMLE M.Obj.04: Critical Deliveries
25.OMLF M.Obj.05: Negative Stocks
26.OMLG - M.Obj.06: Stocks Interim Stor.Bins
27.OMLH - M.Obj.07: Critical Stocks in Prod.
28.OMLI - Report Variant: Single Entry ActData
29.OMLJ - Movement Types for Whse Management
30.OMLK - Default Values for Inventory
31.OMLL WM Movement Type: Clear Invent.Diff.
32.OMLM - Definition Empty Bin Index
33.OMLN - Warehouse Control Link
34.OMLO - Sectioning of Storage Bins
35.OMLP - Plan Jobs for Whse Activity Monitor
36.OMLQ - Stock Removal Strategy FIFO
37.OMLR - WM Interface to Inventory Management

38.OMLS - Stock Removal Strategy LIFO


39.OMLT Stock Removal Strat. Partial Qty
40.OMLU - Stock Placement Strategy Empty Bin
41.OMLV - Print Control for Whse Management
42.OMLW - Number Ranges for Whse Management
43.OMLX Confirmation
44.OMLY - Storage Type Search
45.OMLZ Storage Section Search
46.OMM0 - MM: User Profile for Whse Management MM:
47.OMM1 - Storage Bin Type Search
48.OMM2 - Haz.Material Stock Placement
49.OMM3 - Stock Placement Strat.for Pallets
50.OMM4 - Stock Placement Strat. Bulk Storage
51.OMM5 - Storage Type Definition
52.OMM6 - Storage Type Definition
53.OMM7 - Storage Type Maintenance
54.OMM8 - Stock Removal Strat. Stringent FIFO
55.OMM9 - Stock Removal Strat. Large/Small
56.OMMA - Print Assignment per Storage Type
57.OMMB - Inventory No.Ranges for Whse Mgmt
58.OMMC - Printer Assignment per WM Mov.Type
59.OMMD - Confirmation Ctrl per Storage Type
60.OMME - Confirmation Ctrl per Movement Type
61.OMMF - Number Ranges per Warehouse
62.OMMG - Number Ranges for Inventory
63.OMMH - Type Search per Movement
64.OMMI Section Check per Storage Type
65.OMMJ - Storage Unit Check per Storage Type
66.OMMK - Stock Placement Strategies
67.OMML - Hazardous Materials Storage Type
68.OMMM - Storage Type Maintenance
69.OMMN - Stringent FIFO Storage Type
70.OMMO - Consistency Check for MM-WM Tables
71.OMMP - Decentralized Warehouse Management
72.OMMQ - Pre-Allocated Stock
73.OMMR - Reference Numbers
74.OMMS - Reference Number Documents
75.OMMT - Reference Number Documents 2
76.OMMU - Link to Decentralized Unit
77.OMMV - Accumulation Decentralized
78.OMMWError Recovery Decentralized
79.OMMX - Printer Search
80.OMMY - Print Code
81.OMMZ - Spool Parameters for WM Print Ctrl
82.OMN0 - Control of Transaction Codes (MM-WM)
83.OMN1 - Print Reference Number
84.OMN2 - Stor.Type Control, Block Storage
85.OMN3 - Storage Classes Allowed

86.OMN4 87.OMN5 88.OMN6 89.OMN7 90.OMN8 91.OMN9 92.OMNA 93.OMNB 94.OMNC 95.OMND 96.OMNE 97.OMNF 98.OMNG 99.OMNH 100.OMNI 101.OMNJ 102.OMNK 103.OMNL 104.OMNM 105.OMNN 106.OMNO 107.OMNP 108.OMNQ 109.OMNR 110.OMNS 111.OMNT 112.OMNU 113.OMNV 114.OMNW 115.OMNX 116.OMNY 117.OMNZ 118.WAP1 119.WAP2 120.WAP3 121.WAP4 122.WAP5 123.WAP6 124.WAP7 -

Storage Section Search


Storage Units Allowed
Storage Bin Type Search
Storage Type Search
Difference Indicators
Block Sectioning
Assignment for Bin Sectioning
Assignment PF Status
Control of Subsequent Screen
Field Selection for Whse Mgmt
Control of Transactions in MM-WM
Requirement Types for Whse Mgmt
Queues Warehouse Management System
APPC Interface per Warehouse Number
Print Program per Warehouse Number
Link to Warehouse Control Unit
Inventory Control per Storage Type
Warehouse Number Maint./Inventory
Define Mail Recipient
Conversion Exit SU Number
Define Mail Recipient
Authorizations in MM-WM
Special Movement Indicators
TO Print Control with SU Management
Print Code for TOs with SU Mgmt
Printer Pool for SU Management
Print Control with SU Management
Number Range Intervals for Whse Mgmt
System Parameters for Dec.Whse Mgmt WM
Block Storage Indicators
Access Strategy for Stor.Type Search
Parameters for Activity in WM
Appointments worklist
Maintain goods receipt appointment
Display goods receipt appointment
Appointment, arrival
Appointment, departure
Maintain individual appointment
App., planned/actual comparison