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Setting up the WM-PP Interface

Use

The interface between the Warehouse Management system (WMS) and the Production Control of the application component Production Planning (WM-PP interface) ensures direct material staging from the warehouse to production.

Prerequisites

You have set up the application component Production Planning (PP). You have set up the application component Warehouse Management system (WMS). You have defined number ranges for control cycles. To do this, choose the activity Number Range for Control Cycle in the Customizing for Production.

Setting up the WM-PP Interface Use The interface between the Warehouse Management system (WMS) and theinterface storage type for material staging. 4. In the standard system, storage type 100 is set up for material staging. 5. Assign the WMS movement type for material staging to your material staging storage type in the Customizing for Warehouse Management under Interfaces Define production Replenishment movement type Assign. 6. Create the production supply areas in the Customizing for Warehouse Management under Interfaces Define production Production supply area Maintain. 7. Define and manage the physical production storage bins in the WMS. 8. For more information, see Creating Storage Bins . 9. Create control cycles for the components to be staged. 10.You define how a component is to be staged for a production supply area, and in which production storage bin. 11.If you want to activate automatic material staging for production orders, define a production scheduling profile in the Customizing for Warehouse Management under Interfaces Define Production Define control data Production View, and set the indicator WM request. 12.For more information, see Automatic Material Staging . " id="pdf-obj-0-25" src="pdf-obj-0-25.jpg">
Setting up the WM-PP Interface Use The interface between the Warehouse Management system (WMS) and theinterface storage type for material staging. 4. In the standard system, storage type 100 is set up for material staging. 5. Assign the WMS movement type for material staging to your material staging storage type in the Customizing for Warehouse Management under Interfaces Define production Replenishment movement type Assign. 6. Create the production supply areas in the Customizing for Warehouse Management under Interfaces Define production Production supply area Maintain. 7. Define and manage the physical production storage bins in the WMS. 8. For more information, see Creating Storage Bins . 9. Create control cycles for the components to be staged. 10.You define how a component is to be staged for a production supply area, and in which production storage bin. 11.If you want to activate automatic material staging for production orders, define a production scheduling profile in the Customizing for Warehouse Management under Interfaces Define Production Define control data Production View, and set the indicator WM request. 12.For more information, see Automatic Material Staging . " id="pdf-obj-0-27" src="pdf-obj-0-27.jpg">
Setting up the WM-PP Interface Use The interface between the Warehouse Management system (WMS) and theinterface storage type for material staging. 4. In the standard system, storage type 100 is set up for material staging. 5. Assign the WMS movement type for material staging to your material staging storage type in the Customizing for Warehouse Management under Interfaces Define production Replenishment movement type Assign. 6. Create the production supply areas in the Customizing for Warehouse Management under Interfaces Define production Production supply area Maintain. 7. Define and manage the physical production storage bins in the WMS. 8. For more information, see Creating Storage Bins . 9. Create control cycles for the components to be staged. 10.You define how a component is to be staged for a production supply area, and in which production storage bin. 11.If you want to activate automatic material staging for production orders, define a production scheduling profile in the Customizing for Warehouse Management under Interfaces Define Production Define control data Production View, and set the indicator WM request. 12.For more information, see Automatic Material Staging . " id="pdf-obj-0-29" src="pdf-obj-0-29.jpg">

KANBAN Define

Procedure

You have activated the interface between the WMS and PP in the Customizing for Warehouse

Management under

Setting up the WM-PP Interface Use The interface between the Warehouse Management system (WMS) and theinterface storage type for material staging. 4. In the standard system, storage type 100 is set up for material staging. 5. Assign the WMS movement type for material staging to your material staging storage type in the Customizing for Warehouse Management under Interfaces Define production Replenishment movement type Assign. 6. Create the production supply areas in the Customizing for Warehouse Management under Interfaces Define production Production supply area Maintain. 7. Define and manage the physical production storage bins in the WMS. 8. For more information, see Creating Storage Bins . 9. Create control cycles for the components to be staged. 10.You define how a component is to be staged for a production supply area, and in which production storage bin. 11.If you want to activate automatic material staging for production orders, define a production scheduling profile in the Customizing for Warehouse Management under Interfaces Define Production Define control data Production View, and set the indicator WM request. 12.For more information, see Automatic Material Staging . " id="pdf-obj-0-41" src="pdf-obj-0-41.jpg">
Setting up the WM-PP Interface Use The interface between the Warehouse Management system (WMS) and theinterface storage type for material staging. 4. In the standard system, storage type 100 is set up for material staging. 5. Assign the WMS movement type for material staging to your material staging storage type in the Customizing for Warehouse Management under Interfaces Define production Replenishment movement type Assign. 6. Create the production supply areas in the Customizing for Warehouse Management under Interfaces Define production Production supply area Maintain. 7. Define and manage the physical production storage bins in the WMS. 8. For more information, see Creating Storage Bins . 9. Create control cycles for the components to be staged. 10.You define how a component is to be staged for a production supply area, and in which production storage bin. 11.If you want to activate automatic material staging for production orders, define a production scheduling profile in the Customizing for Warehouse Management under Interfaces Define Production Define control data Production View, and set the indicator WM request. 12.For more information, see Automatic Material Staging . " id="pdf-obj-0-43" src="pdf-obj-0-43.jpg">
Setting up the WM-PP Interface Use The interface between the Warehouse Management system (WMS) and theinterface storage type for material staging. 4. In the standard system, storage type 100 is set up for material staging. 5. Assign the WMS movement type for material staging to your material staging storage type in the Customizing for Warehouse Management under Interfaces Define production Replenishment movement type Assign. 6. Create the production supply areas in the Customizing for Warehouse Management under Interfaces Define production Production supply area Maintain. 7. Define and manage the physical production storage bins in the WMS. 8. For more information, see Creating Storage Bins . 9. Create control cycles for the components to be staged. 10.You define how a component is to be staged for a production supply area, and in which production storage bin. 11.If you want to activate automatic material staging for production orders, define a production scheduling profile in the Customizing for Warehouse Management under Interfaces Define Production Define control data Production View, and set the indicator WM request. 12.For more information, see Automatic Material Staging . " id="pdf-obj-0-45" src="pdf-obj-0-45.jpg">

Interfaces Define Production . To do this, proceed as follows:

  • 1. Define a WMS movement type for material staging to production and a WMS movement type for

goods receipt from production in the Customizing for Warehouse Management under

Setting up the WM-PP Interface Use The interface between the Warehouse Management system (WMS) and theinterface storage type for material staging. 4. In the standard system, storage type 100 is set up for material staging. 5. Assign the WMS movement type for material staging to your material staging storage type in the Customizing for Warehouse Management under Interfaces Define production Replenishment movement type Assign. 6. Create the production supply areas in the Customizing for Warehouse Management under Interfaces Define production Production supply area Maintain. 7. Define and manage the physical production storage bins in the WMS. 8. For more information, see Creating Storage Bins . 9. Create control cycles for the components to be staged. 10.You define how a component is to be staged for a production supply area, and in which production storage bin. 11.If you want to activate automatic material staging for production orders, define a production scheduling profile in the Customizing for Warehouse Management under Interfaces Define Production Define control data Production View, and set the indicator WM request. 12.For more information, see Automatic Material Staging . " id="pdf-obj-0-56" src="pdf-obj-0-56.jpg">
Setting up the WM-PP Interface Use The interface between the Warehouse Management system (WMS) and theinterface storage type for material staging. 4. In the standard system, storage type 100 is set up for material staging. 5. Assign the WMS movement type for material staging to your material staging storage type in the Customizing for Warehouse Management under Interfaces Define production Replenishment movement type Assign. 6. Create the production supply areas in the Customizing for Warehouse Management under Interfaces Define production Production supply area Maintain. 7. Define and manage the physical production storage bins in the WMS. 8. For more information, see Creating Storage Bins . 9. Create control cycles for the components to be staged. 10.You define how a component is to be staged for a production supply area, and in which production storage bin. 11.If you want to activate automatic material staging for production orders, define a production scheduling profile in the Customizing for Warehouse Management under Interfaces Define Production Define control data Production View, and set the indicator WM request. 12.For more information, see Automatic Material Staging . " id="pdf-obj-0-58" src="pdf-obj-0-58.jpg">
Setting up the WM-PP Interface Use The interface between the Warehouse Management system (WMS) and theinterface storage type for material staging. 4. In the standard system, storage type 100 is set up for material staging. 5. Assign the WMS movement type for material staging to your material staging storage type in the Customizing for Warehouse Management under Interfaces Define production Replenishment movement type Assign. 6. Create the production supply areas in the Customizing for Warehouse Management under Interfaces Define production Production supply area Maintain. 7. Define and manage the physical production storage bins in the WMS. 8. For more information, see Creating Storage Bins . 9. Create control cycles for the components to be staged. 10.You define how a component is to be staged for a production supply area, and in which production storage bin. 11.If you want to activate automatic material staging for production orders, define a production scheduling profile in the Customizing for Warehouse Management under Interfaces Define Production Define control data Production View, and set the indicator WM request. 12.For more information, see Automatic Material Staging . " id="pdf-obj-0-60" src="pdf-obj-0-60.jpg">
Setting up the WM-PP Interface Use The interface between the Warehouse Management system (WMS) and theinterface storage type for material staging. 4. In the standard system, storage type 100 is set up for material staging. 5. Assign the WMS movement type for material staging to your material staging storage type in the Customizing for Warehouse Management under Interfaces Define production Replenishment movement type Assign. 6. Create the production supply areas in the Customizing for Warehouse Management under Interfaces Define production Production supply area Maintain. 7. Define and manage the physical production storage bins in the WMS. 8. For more information, see Creating Storage Bins . 9. Create control cycles for the components to be staged. 10.You define how a component is to be staged for a production supply area, and in which production storage bin. 11.If you want to activate automatic material staging for production orders, define a production scheduling profile in the Customizing for Warehouse Management under Interfaces Define Production Define control data Production View, and set the indicator WM request. 12.For more information, see Automatic Material Staging . " id="pdf-obj-0-62" src="pdf-obj-0-62.jpg">

Activities Transfers Define Movement Types .

  • 2. In the standard system, WMS movement type 319 is set up for material staging. In the standard system, WMS movement type 103 is set up for goods receipt from production. This movement type is assigned to IM movement type 101 .

  • 3. Define at least one production storage type as an interface storage type for material staging.

  • 4. In the standard system, storage type 100 is set up for material staging.

  • 5. Assign the WMS movement type for material staging to your material staging storage type in the Customizing for Warehouse Management under Interfaces Define production Replenishment movement type Assign.

Setting up the WM-PP Interface Use The interface between the Warehouse Management system (WMS) and theinterface storage type for material staging. 4. In the standard system, storage type 100 is set up for material staging. 5. Assign the WMS movement type for material staging to your material staging storage type in the Customizing for Warehouse Management under Interfaces Define production Replenishment movement type Assign. 6. Create the production supply areas in the Customizing for Warehouse Management under Interfaces Define production Production supply area Maintain. 7. Define and manage the physical production storage bins in the WMS. 8. For more information, see Creating Storage Bins . 9. Create control cycles for the components to be staged. 10.You define how a component is to be staged for a production supply area, and in which production storage bin. 11.If you want to activate automatic material staging for production orders, define a production scheduling profile in the Customizing for Warehouse Management under Interfaces Define Production Define control data Production View, and set the indicator WM request. 12.For more information, see Automatic Material Staging . " id="pdf-obj-0-88" src="pdf-obj-0-88.jpg">
Setting up the WM-PP Interface Use The interface between the Warehouse Management system (WMS) and theinterface storage type for material staging. 4. In the standard system, storage type 100 is set up for material staging. 5. Assign the WMS movement type for material staging to your material staging storage type in the Customizing for Warehouse Management under Interfaces Define production Replenishment movement type Assign. 6. Create the production supply areas in the Customizing for Warehouse Management under Interfaces Define production Production supply area Maintain. 7. Define and manage the physical production storage bins in the WMS. 8. For more information, see Creating Storage Bins . 9. Create control cycles for the components to be staged. 10.You define how a component is to be staged for a production supply area, and in which production storage bin. 11.If you want to activate automatic material staging for production orders, define a production scheduling profile in the Customizing for Warehouse Management under Interfaces Define Production Define control data Production View, and set the indicator WM request. 12.For more information, see Automatic Material Staging . " id="pdf-obj-0-90" src="pdf-obj-0-90.jpg">
Setting up the WM-PP Interface Use The interface between the Warehouse Management system (WMS) and theinterface storage type for material staging. 4. In the standard system, storage type 100 is set up for material staging. 5. Assign the WMS movement type for material staging to your material staging storage type in the Customizing for Warehouse Management under Interfaces Define production Replenishment movement type Assign. 6. Create the production supply areas in the Customizing for Warehouse Management under Interfaces Define production Production supply area Maintain. 7. Define and manage the physical production storage bins in the WMS. 8. For more information, see Creating Storage Bins . 9. Create control cycles for the components to be staged. 10.You define how a component is to be staged for a production supply area, and in which production storage bin. 11.If you want to activate automatic material staging for production orders, define a production scheduling profile in the Customizing for Warehouse Management under Interfaces Define Production Define control data Production View, and set the indicator WM request. 12.For more information, see Automatic Material Staging . " id="pdf-obj-0-92" src="pdf-obj-0-92.jpg">
Setting up the WM-PP Interface Use The interface between the Warehouse Management system (WMS) and theinterface storage type for material staging. 4. In the standard system, storage type 100 is set up for material staging. 5. Assign the WMS movement type for material staging to your material staging storage type in the Customizing for Warehouse Management under Interfaces Define production Replenishment movement type Assign. 6. Create the production supply areas in the Customizing for Warehouse Management under Interfaces Define production Production supply area Maintain. 7. Define and manage the physical production storage bins in the WMS. 8. For more information, see Creating Storage Bins . 9. Create control cycles for the components to be staged. 10.You define how a component is to be staged for a production supply area, and in which production storage bin. 11.If you want to activate automatic material staging for production orders, define a production scheduling profile in the Customizing for Warehouse Management under Interfaces Define Production Define control data Production View, and set the indicator WM request. 12.For more information, see Automatic Material Staging . " id="pdf-obj-0-94" src="pdf-obj-0-94.jpg">
Setting up the WM-PP Interface Use The interface between the Warehouse Management system (WMS) and theinterface storage type for material staging. 4. In the standard system, storage type 100 is set up for material staging. 5. Assign the WMS movement type for material staging to your material staging storage type in the Customizing for Warehouse Management under Interfaces Define production Replenishment movement type Assign. 6. Create the production supply areas in the Customizing for Warehouse Management under Interfaces Define production Production supply area Maintain. 7. Define and manage the physical production storage bins in the WMS. 8. For more information, see Creating Storage Bins . 9. Create control cycles for the components to be staged. 10.You define how a component is to be staged for a production supply area, and in which production storage bin. 11.If you want to activate automatic material staging for production orders, define a production scheduling profile in the Customizing for Warehouse Management under Interfaces Define Production Define control data Production View, and set the indicator WM request. 12.For more information, see Automatic Material Staging . " id="pdf-obj-0-96" src="pdf-obj-0-96.jpg">
Setting up the WM-PP Interface Use The interface between the Warehouse Management system (WMS) and theinterface storage type for material staging. 4. In the standard system, storage type 100 is set up for material staging. 5. Assign the WMS movement type for material staging to your material staging storage type in the Customizing for Warehouse Management under Interfaces Define production Replenishment movement type Assign. 6. Create the production supply areas in the Customizing for Warehouse Management under Interfaces Define production Production supply area Maintain. 7. Define and manage the physical production storage bins in the WMS. 8. For more information, see Creating Storage Bins . 9. Create control cycles for the components to be staged. 10.You define how a component is to be staged for a production supply area, and in which production storage bin. 11.If you want to activate automatic material staging for production orders, define a production scheduling profile in the Customizing for Warehouse Management under Interfaces Define Production Define control data Production View, and set the indicator WM request. 12.For more information, see Automatic Material Staging . " id="pdf-obj-0-104" src="pdf-obj-0-104.jpg">

Interfaces

Setting up the WM-PP Interface Use The interface between the Warehouse Management system (WMS) and theinterface storage type for material staging. 4. In the standard system, storage type 100 is set up for material staging. 5. Assign the WMS movement type for material staging to your material staging storage type in the Customizing for Warehouse Management under Interfaces Define production Replenishment movement type Assign. 6. Create the production supply areas in the Customizing for Warehouse Management under Interfaces Define production Production supply area Maintain. 7. Define and manage the physical production storage bins in the WMS. 8. For more information, see Creating Storage Bins . 9. Create control cycles for the components to be staged. 10.You define how a component is to be staged for a production supply area, and in which production storage bin. 11.If you want to activate automatic material staging for production orders, define a production scheduling profile in the Customizing for Warehouse Management under Interfaces Define Production Define control data Production View, and set the indicator WM request. 12.For more information, see Automatic Material Staging . " id="pdf-obj-0-108" src="pdf-obj-0-108.jpg">
Setting up the WM-PP Interface Use The interface between the Warehouse Management system (WMS) and theinterface storage type for material staging. 4. In the standard system, storage type 100 is set up for material staging. 5. Assign the WMS movement type for material staging to your material staging storage type in the Customizing for Warehouse Management under Interfaces Define production Replenishment movement type Assign. 6. Create the production supply areas in the Customizing for Warehouse Management under Interfaces Define production Production supply area Maintain. 7. Define and manage the physical production storage bins in the WMS. 8. For more information, see Creating Storage Bins . 9. Create control cycles for the components to be staged. 10.You define how a component is to be staged for a production supply area, and in which production storage bin. 11.If you want to activate automatic material staging for production orders, define a production scheduling profile in the Customizing for Warehouse Management under Interfaces Define Production Define control data Production View, and set the indicator WM request. 12.For more information, see Automatic Material Staging . " id="pdf-obj-0-110" src="pdf-obj-0-110.jpg">
Setting up the WM-PP Interface Use The interface between the Warehouse Management system (WMS) and theinterface storage type for material staging. 4. In the standard system, storage type 100 is set up for material staging. 5. Assign the WMS movement type for material staging to your material staging storage type in the Customizing for Warehouse Management under Interfaces Define production Replenishment movement type Assign. 6. Create the production supply areas in the Customizing for Warehouse Management under Interfaces Define production Production supply area Maintain. 7. Define and manage the physical production storage bins in the WMS. 8. For more information, see Creating Storage Bins . 9. Create control cycles for the components to be staged. 10.You define how a component is to be staged for a production supply area, and in which production storage bin. 11.If you want to activate automatic material staging for production orders, define a production scheduling profile in the Customizing for Warehouse Management under Interfaces Define Production Define control data Production View, and set the indicator WM request. 12.For more information, see Automatic Material Staging . " id="pdf-obj-0-112" src="pdf-obj-0-112.jpg">

Define production Production supply area Maintain.

Setting up the WM-PP Interface Use The interface between the Warehouse Management system (WMS) and theinterface storage type for material staging. 4. In the standard system, storage type 100 is set up for material staging. 5. Assign the WMS movement type for material staging to your material staging storage type in the Customizing for Warehouse Management under Interfaces Define production Replenishment movement type Assign. 6. Create the production supply areas in the Customizing for Warehouse Management under Interfaces Define production Production supply area Maintain. 7. Define and manage the physical production storage bins in the WMS. 8. For more information, see Creating Storage Bins . 9. Create control cycles for the components to be staged. 10.You define how a component is to be staged for a production supply area, and in which production storage bin. 11.If you want to activate automatic material staging for production orders, define a production scheduling profile in the Customizing for Warehouse Management under Interfaces Define Production Define control data Production View, and set the indicator WM request. 12.For more information, see Automatic Material Staging . " id="pdf-obj-0-116" src="pdf-obj-0-116.jpg">

10.You define how a component is to be staged for a production supply area, and in which

production storage bin. 11.If you want to activate automatic material staging for production orders, define a production scheduling profile in the Customizing for Warehouse Management under Interfaces Define

Setting up the WM-PP Interface Use The interface between the Warehouse Management system (WMS) and theinterface storage type for material staging. 4. In the standard system, storage type 100 is set up for material staging. 5. Assign the WMS movement type for material staging to your material staging storage type in the Customizing for Warehouse Management under Interfaces Define production Replenishment movement type Assign. 6. Create the production supply areas in the Customizing for Warehouse Management under Interfaces Define production Production supply area Maintain. 7. Define and manage the physical production storage bins in the WMS. 8. For more information, see Creating Storage Bins . 9. Create control cycles for the components to be staged. 10.You define how a component is to be staged for a production supply area, and in which production storage bin. 11.If you want to activate automatic material staging for production orders, define a production scheduling profile in the Customizing for Warehouse Management under Interfaces Define Production Define control data Production View, and set the indicator WM request. 12.For more information, see Automatic Material Staging . " id="pdf-obj-0-137" src="pdf-obj-0-137.jpg">
Setting up the WM-PP Interface Use The interface between the Warehouse Management system (WMS) and theinterface storage type for material staging. 4. In the standard system, storage type 100 is set up for material staging. 5. Assign the WMS movement type for material staging to your material staging storage type in the Customizing for Warehouse Management under Interfaces Define production Replenishment movement type Assign. 6. Create the production supply areas in the Customizing for Warehouse Management under Interfaces Define production Production supply area Maintain. 7. Define and manage the physical production storage bins in the WMS. 8. For more information, see Creating Storage Bins . 9. Create control cycles for the components to be staged. 10.You define how a component is to be staged for a production supply area, and in which production storage bin. 11.If you want to activate automatic material staging for production orders, define a production scheduling profile in the Customizing for Warehouse Management under Interfaces Define Production Define control data Production View, and set the indicator WM request. 12.For more information, see Automatic Material Staging . " id="pdf-obj-0-139" src="pdf-obj-0-139.jpg">
Setting up the WM-PP Interface Use The interface between the Warehouse Management system (WMS) and theinterface storage type for material staging. 4. In the standard system, storage type 100 is set up for material staging. 5. Assign the WMS movement type for material staging to your material staging storage type in the Customizing for Warehouse Management under Interfaces Define production Replenishment movement type Assign. 6. Create the production supply areas in the Customizing for Warehouse Management under Interfaces Define production Production supply area Maintain. 7. Define and manage the physical production storage bins in the WMS. 8. For more information, see Creating Storage Bins . 9. Create control cycles for the components to be staged. 10.You define how a component is to be staged for a production supply area, and in which production storage bin. 11.If you want to activate automatic material staging for production orders, define a production scheduling profile in the Customizing for Warehouse Management under Interfaces Define Production Define control data Production View, and set the indicator WM request. 12.For more information, see Automatic Material Staging . " id="pdf-obj-0-141" src="pdf-obj-0-141.jpg">

Production Define control data

Setting up the WM-PP Interface Use The interface between the Warehouse Management system (WMS) and theinterface storage type for material staging. 4. In the standard system, storage type 100 is set up for material staging. 5. Assign the WMS movement type for material staging to your material staging storage type in the Customizing for Warehouse Management under Interfaces Define production Replenishment movement type Assign. 6. Create the production supply areas in the Customizing for Warehouse Management under Interfaces Define production Production supply area Maintain. 7. Define and manage the physical production storage bins in the WMS. 8. For more information, see Creating Storage Bins . 9. Create control cycles for the components to be staged. 10.You define how a component is to be staged for a production supply area, and in which production storage bin. 11.If you want to activate automatic material staging for production orders, define a production scheduling profile in the Customizing for Warehouse Management under Interfaces Define Production Define control data Production View, and set the indicator WM request. 12.For more information, see Automatic Material Staging . " id="pdf-obj-0-145" src="pdf-obj-0-145.jpg">
Setting up the WM-PP Interface Use The interface between the Warehouse Management system (WMS) and theinterface storage type for material staging. 4. In the standard system, storage type 100 is set up for material staging. 5. Assign the WMS movement type for material staging to your material staging storage type in the Customizing for Warehouse Management under Interfaces Define production Replenishment movement type Assign. 6. Create the production supply areas in the Customizing for Warehouse Management under Interfaces Define production Production supply area Maintain. 7. Define and manage the physical production storage bins in the WMS. 8. For more information, see Creating Storage Bins . 9. Create control cycles for the components to be staged. 10.You define how a component is to be staged for a production supply area, and in which production storage bin. 11.If you want to activate automatic material staging for production orders, define a production scheduling profile in the Customizing for Warehouse Management under Interfaces Define Production Define control data Production View, and set the indicator WM request. 12.For more information, see Automatic Material Staging . " id="pdf-obj-0-147" src="pdf-obj-0-147.jpg">

Production View, and set the indicator WM request.

12.For more information, see Automatic Material Staging .

() You can only use automatic material staging if you have assigned a production storage binWM-PP interface is active. For automatic material staging , you must define a production scheduling profile in the Customizing for Warehouse Management under Interfaces Define Production Define Control Data Production View. Process Flow 1. You create a production order in the application component Production Planning and Control (PP). To display a production order, choose Logistics Production Production Control Order Display from the SAP menu. The component overview shows all of the components needed for the production order. Menu Path Result from the Production Order Display screen Goto WM pick list The system displays:    The production storage bin The material staging type The material quantity already requested Functions WM material The system executes material staging in the background, if you have released the production order first. staging Proceed To display processing errors, choose transaction Production Order Change. Goto Logs WM material staging in 1. Release the production order in PP. 2. The system determines the material staging type on the basis of the control cycle and determines the production storage bins, in which the components should be staged. " id="pdf-obj-1-2" src="pdf-obj-1-2.jpg">

() You can only use automatic material staging if you have assigned a production storage bin to all of the staging components. 13.Activate the WM-PP interface by setting the indicator PP interface active in the Customizing for

Warehouse Management under

() You can only use automatic material staging if you have assigned a production storage binWM-PP interface is active. For automatic material staging , you must define a production scheduling profile in the Customizing for Warehouse Management under Interfaces Define Production Define Control Data Production View. Process Flow 1. You create a production order in the application component Production Planning and Control (PP). To display a production order, choose Logistics Production Production Control Order Display from the SAP menu. The component overview shows all of the components needed for the production order. Menu Path Result from the Production Order Display screen Goto WM pick list The system displays:    The production storage bin The material staging type The material quantity already requested Functions WM material The system executes material staging in the background, if you have released the production order first. staging Proceed To display processing errors, choose transaction Production Order Change. Goto Logs WM material staging in 1. Release the production order in PP. 2. The system determines the material staging type on the basis of the control cycle and determines the production storage bins, in which the components should be staged. " id="pdf-obj-1-11" src="pdf-obj-1-11.jpg">

Interfaces

() You can only use automatic material staging if you have assigned a production storage binWM-PP interface is active. For automatic material staging , you must define a production scheduling profile in the Customizing for Warehouse Management under Interfaces Define Production Define Control Data Production View. Process Flow 1. You create a production order in the application component Production Planning and Control (PP). To display a production order, choose Logistics Production Production Control Order Display from the SAP menu. The component overview shows all of the components needed for the production order. Menu Path Result from the Production Order Display screen Goto WM pick list The system displays:    The production storage bin The material staging type The material quantity already requested Functions WM material The system executes material staging in the background, if you have released the production order first. staging Proceed To display processing errors, choose transaction Production Order Change. Goto Logs WM material staging in 1. Release the production order in PP. 2. The system determines the material staging type on the basis of the control cycle and determines the production storage bins, in which the components should be staged. " id="pdf-obj-1-15" src="pdf-obj-1-15.jpg">
() You can only use automatic material staging if you have assigned a production storage binWM-PP interface is active. For automatic material staging , you must define a production scheduling profile in the Customizing for Warehouse Management under Interfaces Define Production Define Control Data Production View. Process Flow 1. You create a production order in the application component Production Planning and Control (PP). To display a production order, choose Logistics Production Production Control Order Display from the SAP menu. The component overview shows all of the components needed for the production order. Menu Path Result from the Production Order Display screen Goto WM pick list The system displays:    The production storage bin The material staging type The material quantity already requested Functions WM material The system executes material staging in the background, if you have released the production order first. staging Proceed To display processing errors, choose transaction Production Order Change. Goto Logs WM material staging in 1. Release the production order in PP. 2. The system determines the material staging type on the basis of the control cycle and determines the production storage bins, in which the components should be staged. " id="pdf-obj-1-17" src="pdf-obj-1-17.jpg">

Define Production Define Control Data

() You can only use automatic material staging if you have assigned a production storage binWM-PP interface is active. For automatic material staging , you must define a production scheduling profile in the Customizing for Warehouse Management under Interfaces Define Production Define Control Data Production View. Process Flow 1. You create a production order in the application component Production Planning and Control (PP). To display a production order, choose Logistics Production Production Control Order Display from the SAP menu. The component overview shows all of the components needed for the production order. Menu Path Result from the Production Order Display screen Goto WM pick list The system displays:    The production storage bin The material staging type The material quantity already requested Functions WM material The system executes material staging in the background, if you have released the production order first. staging Proceed To display processing errors, choose transaction Production Order Change. Goto Logs WM material staging in 1. Release the production order in PP. 2. The system determines the material staging type on the basis of the control cycle and determines the production storage bins, in which the components should be staged. " id="pdf-obj-1-21" src="pdf-obj-1-21.jpg">

Whse

Management View

() You can only use automatic material staging if you have assigned a production storage binWM-PP interface is active. For automatic material staging , you must define a production scheduling profile in the Customizing for Warehouse Management under Interfaces Define Production Define Control Data Production View. Process Flow 1. You create a production order in the application component Production Planning and Control (PP). To display a production order, choose Logistics Production Production Control Order Display from the SAP menu. The component overview shows all of the components needed for the production order. Menu Path Result from the Production Order Display screen Goto WM pick list The system displays:    The production storage bin The material staging type The material quantity already requested Functions WM material The system executes material staging in the background, if you have released the production order first. staging Proceed To display processing errors, choose transaction Production Order Change. Goto Logs WM material staging in 1. Release the production order in PP. 2. The system determines the material staging type on the basis of the control cycle and determines the production storage bins, in which the components should be staged. " id="pdf-obj-1-27" src="pdf-obj-1-27.jpg">
() You can only use automatic material staging if you have assigned a production storage binWM-PP interface is active. For automatic material staging , you must define a production scheduling profile in the Customizing for Warehouse Management under Interfaces Define Production Define Control Data Production View. Process Flow 1. You create a production order in the application component Production Planning and Control (PP). To display a production order, choose Logistics Production Production Control Order Display from the SAP menu. The component overview shows all of the components needed for the production order. Menu Path Result from the Production Order Display screen Goto WM pick list The system displays:    The production storage bin The material staging type The material quantity already requested Functions WM material The system executes material staging in the background, if you have released the production order first. staging Proceed To display processing errors, choose transaction Production Order Change. Goto Logs WM material staging in 1. Release the production order in PP. 2. The system determines the material staging type on the basis of the control cycle and determines the production storage bins, in which the components should be staged. " id="pdf-obj-1-29" src="pdf-obj-1-29.jpg">

Warehouse Number .

Material Staging

Purpose

You stage material you need for production at a certain time, in a particular quantity, and in a particular production storage bin, via the WM-PP interface.

Prerequisites

The WM-PP interface is active. For automatic material staging , you must define a production scheduling profile in the Customizing for

Warehouse Management under

() You can only use automatic material staging if you have assigned a production storage binWM-PP interface is active. For automatic material staging , you must define a production scheduling profile in the Customizing for Warehouse Management under Interfaces Define Production Define Control Data Production View. Process Flow 1. You create a production order in the application component Production Planning and Control (PP). To display a production order, choose Logistics Production Production Control Order Display from the SAP menu. The component overview shows all of the components needed for the production order. Menu Path Result from the Production Order Display screen Goto WM pick list The system displays:    The production storage bin The material staging type The material quantity already requested Functions WM material The system executes material staging in the background, if you have released the production order first. staging Proceed To display processing errors, choose transaction Production Order Change. Goto Logs WM material staging in 1. Release the production order in PP. 2. The system determines the material staging type on the basis of the control cycle and determines the production storage bins, in which the components should be staged. " id="pdf-obj-1-51" src="pdf-obj-1-51.jpg">
() You can only use automatic material staging if you have assigned a production storage binWM-PP interface is active. For automatic material staging , you must define a production scheduling profile in the Customizing for Warehouse Management under Interfaces Define Production Define Control Data Production View. Process Flow 1. You create a production order in the application component Production Planning and Control (PP). To display a production order, choose Logistics Production Production Control Order Display from the SAP menu. The component overview shows all of the components needed for the production order. Menu Path Result from the Production Order Display screen Goto WM pick list The system displays:    The production storage bin The material staging type The material quantity already requested Functions WM material The system executes material staging in the background, if you have released the production order first. staging Proceed To display processing errors, choose transaction Production Order Change. Goto Logs WM material staging in 1. Release the production order in PP. 2. The system determines the material staging type on the basis of the control cycle and determines the production storage bins, in which the components should be staged. " id="pdf-obj-1-53" src="pdf-obj-1-53.jpg">
() You can only use automatic material staging if you have assigned a production storage binWM-PP interface is active. For automatic material staging , you must define a production scheduling profile in the Customizing for Warehouse Management under Interfaces Define Production Define Control Data Production View. Process Flow 1. You create a production order in the application component Production Planning and Control (PP). To display a production order, choose Logistics Production Production Control Order Display from the SAP menu. The component overview shows all of the components needed for the production order. Menu Path Result from the Production Order Display screen Goto WM pick list The system displays:    The production storage bin The material staging type The material quantity already requested Functions WM material The system executes material staging in the background, if you have released the production order first. staging Proceed To display processing errors, choose transaction Production Order Change. Goto Logs WM material staging in 1. Release the production order in PP. 2. The system determines the material staging type on the basis of the control cycle and determines the production storage bins, in which the components should be staged. " id="pdf-obj-1-55" src="pdf-obj-1-55.jpg">
() You can only use automatic material staging if you have assigned a production storage binWM-PP interface is active. For automatic material staging , you must define a production scheduling profile in the Customizing for Warehouse Management under Interfaces Define Production Define Control Data Production View. Process Flow 1. You create a production order in the application component Production Planning and Control (PP). To display a production order, choose Logistics Production Production Control Order Display from the SAP menu. The component overview shows all of the components needed for the production order. Menu Path Result from the Production Order Display screen Goto WM pick list The system displays:    The production storage bin The material staging type The material quantity already requested Functions WM material The system executes material staging in the background, if you have released the production order first. staging Proceed To display processing errors, choose transaction Production Order Change. Goto Logs WM material staging in 1. Release the production order in PP. 2. The system determines the material staging type on the basis of the control cycle and determines the production storage bins, in which the components should be staged. " id="pdf-obj-1-57" src="pdf-obj-1-57.jpg">

Interfaces Define Production Define Control Data Production View.

() You can only use automatic material staging if you have assigned a production storage binWM-PP interface is active. For automatic material staging , you must define a production scheduling profile in the Customizing for Warehouse Management under Interfaces Define Production Define Control Data Production View. Process Flow 1. You create a production order in the application component Production Planning and Control (PP). To display a production order, choose Logistics Production Production Control Order Display from the SAP menu. The component overview shows all of the components needed for the production order. Menu Path Result from the Production Order Display screen Goto WM pick list The system displays:    The production storage bin The material staging type The material quantity already requested Functions WM material The system executes material staging in the background, if you have released the production order first. staging Proceed To display processing errors, choose transaction Production Order Change. Goto Logs WM material staging in 1. Release the production order in PP. 2. The system determines the material staging type on the basis of the control cycle and determines the production storage bins, in which the components should be staged. " id="pdf-obj-1-61" src="pdf-obj-1-61.jpg">

Process Flow

1. You create a production order in the application component Production Planning and Control (PP). To
1.
You create a production order in the application component Production Planning and Control
(PP).
To display a production order, choose
Logistics Production Production Control Order
Display from
the SAP menu.
The component overview shows all of the components needed for the production order.
Menu Path
Result
from the Production Order Display
screen
Goto WM pick list
The system displays:
The production storage bin
The material staging type
The material quantity already requested
Functions
WM material
The system executes material staging in the background, if you have released
the production order first.
staging
Proceed
To display processing errors, choose
transaction Production Order Change.
Goto Logs
WM material staging in
1.
Release the production order in PP.
2.

The system determines the material staging type on the basis of the control cycle and determines the production storage bins, in which the components should be staged.

3.

Automatic material staging is active in the standard system. The Warehouse Management system (WMS) automatically creates the transfer requirements (TRs) needed for material staging.

You can also create transfer requirements for material staging manually .

  • Note Transfer requirements for material staging have requirement typeP , and the requirement number is equivalent to the number of the production order, for which the TR was created. For transfer requirements for crate parts or release order parts, the requirement number corresponds to the number of the assigned production supply

To display a TR for material staging, choose

3. Automatic material staging is active in the standard system. The Warehouse Management system (WMS) automaticallymanually . Note Transfer requirements for material staging have requirement typeP , and the requirement number is equivalent to the number of the production order, for which the TR was created. For transfer requirements for crate parts or release order parts, the requirement number corresponds to the number of the assigned production supply To display a TR for material staging, choose Logistics Logistics Execution Internal Whse Processes Transfer Requirement Display By Requirement . End of the note. 1. You create transfer orders for the staging TRs in the WMS. You can also let the system create transfer orders (TOs) automatically. This means that the system automatically creates a TO for the material staging TR in the background. For more information, see Automatic Creation of TOs for Transfer Requirement . 1. You execute the physical staging of the material based on the transfer order and take the material to the production storage bin. 2. You post the goods issue for the material consumption. There are two ways of posting the goods issue for the material consumption. GI posting for material consumption What You Should Know Backflushing with confirmation of the production order With this kind of stock removal, the components are already at the production location. These are physically used up during the production process, but the consumption is not posted until the consumption quantity is known, that is to say after the order has been confirmed. You do not need to enter any goods movements in Inventory Management for these components. The production storage bin of the materials consumed is defined in the production order. The system reduces the material quantity in the production storage bin without creating a TR or a TO. Manually in Inventory Management After final assembly has been completed, you have to adjust the stock levels in Inventory Management and the Warehouse Management system to correspond to the current stock situation, and to reduce material consumption. Enter the production order number during GI posting. () If the WM-PP interface is not active, or if the production order or reservation was incorrectly updated due to a previous error, the system posts a the goods issue for the material consumption to a general " id="pdf-obj-2-27" src="pdf-obj-2-27.jpg">
3. Automatic material staging is active in the standard system. The Warehouse Management system (WMS) automaticallymanually . Note Transfer requirements for material staging have requirement typeP , and the requirement number is equivalent to the number of the production order, for which the TR was created. For transfer requirements for crate parts or release order parts, the requirement number corresponds to the number of the assigned production supply To display a TR for material staging, choose Logistics Logistics Execution Internal Whse Processes Transfer Requirement Display By Requirement . End of the note. 1. You create transfer orders for the staging TRs in the WMS. You can also let the system create transfer orders (TOs) automatically. This means that the system automatically creates a TO for the material staging TR in the background. For more information, see Automatic Creation of TOs for Transfer Requirement . 1. You execute the physical staging of the material based on the transfer order and take the material to the production storage bin. 2. You post the goods issue for the material consumption. There are two ways of posting the goods issue for the material consumption. GI posting for material consumption What You Should Know Backflushing with confirmation of the production order With this kind of stock removal, the components are already at the production location. These are physically used up during the production process, but the consumption is not posted until the consumption quantity is known, that is to say after the order has been confirmed. You do not need to enter any goods movements in Inventory Management for these components. The production storage bin of the materials consumed is defined in the production order. The system reduces the material quantity in the production storage bin without creating a TR or a TO. Manually in Inventory Management After final assembly has been completed, you have to adjust the stock levels in Inventory Management and the Warehouse Management system to correspond to the current stock situation, and to reduce material consumption. Enter the production order number during GI posting. () If the WM-PP interface is not active, or if the production order or reservation was incorrectly updated due to a previous error, the system posts a the goods issue for the material consumption to a general " id="pdf-obj-2-29" src="pdf-obj-2-29.jpg">

Logistics Logistics Execution

3. Automatic material staging is active in the standard system. The Warehouse Management system (WMS) automaticallymanually . Note Transfer requirements for material staging have requirement typeP , and the requirement number is equivalent to the number of the production order, for which the TR was created. For transfer requirements for crate parts or release order parts, the requirement number corresponds to the number of the assigned production supply To display a TR for material staging, choose Logistics Logistics Execution Internal Whse Processes Transfer Requirement Display By Requirement . End of the note. 1. You create transfer orders for the staging TRs in the WMS. You can also let the system create transfer orders (TOs) automatically. This means that the system automatically creates a TO for the material staging TR in the background. For more information, see Automatic Creation of TOs for Transfer Requirement . 1. You execute the physical staging of the material based on the transfer order and take the material to the production storage bin. 2. You post the goods issue for the material consumption. There are two ways of posting the goods issue for the material consumption. GI posting for material consumption What You Should Know Backflushing with confirmation of the production order With this kind of stock removal, the components are already at the production location. These are physically used up during the production process, but the consumption is not posted until the consumption quantity is known, that is to say after the order has been confirmed. You do not need to enter any goods movements in Inventory Management for these components. The production storage bin of the materials consumed is defined in the production order. The system reduces the material quantity in the production storage bin without creating a TR or a TO. Manually in Inventory Management After final assembly has been completed, you have to adjust the stock levels in Inventory Management and the Warehouse Management system to correspond to the current stock situation, and to reduce material consumption. Enter the production order number during GI posting. () If the WM-PP interface is not active, or if the production order or reservation was incorrectly updated due to a previous error, the system posts a the goods issue for the material consumption to a general " id="pdf-obj-2-33" src="pdf-obj-2-33.jpg">

Internal Whse Processes

3. Automatic material staging is active in the standard system. The Warehouse Management system (WMS) automaticallymanually . Note Transfer requirements for material staging have requirement typeP , and the requirement number is equivalent to the number of the production order, for which the TR was created. For transfer requirements for crate parts or release order parts, the requirement number corresponds to the number of the assigned production supply To display a TR for material staging, choose Logistics Logistics Execution Internal Whse Processes Transfer Requirement Display By Requirement . End of the note. 1. You create transfer orders for the staging TRs in the WMS. You can also let the system create transfer orders (TOs) automatically. This means that the system automatically creates a TO for the material staging TR in the background. For more information, see Automatic Creation of TOs for Transfer Requirement . 1. You execute the physical staging of the material based on the transfer order and take the material to the production storage bin. 2. You post the goods issue for the material consumption. There are two ways of posting the goods issue for the material consumption. GI posting for material consumption What You Should Know Backflushing with confirmation of the production order With this kind of stock removal, the components are already at the production location. These are physically used up during the production process, but the consumption is not posted until the consumption quantity is known, that is to say after the order has been confirmed. You do not need to enter any goods movements in Inventory Management for these components. The production storage bin of the materials consumed is defined in the production order. The system reduces the material quantity in the production storage bin without creating a TR or a TO. Manually in Inventory Management After final assembly has been completed, you have to adjust the stock levels in Inventory Management and the Warehouse Management system to correspond to the current stock situation, and to reduce material consumption. Enter the production order number during GI posting. () If the WM-PP interface is not active, or if the production order or reservation was incorrectly updated due to a previous error, the system posts a the goods issue for the material consumption to a general " id="pdf-obj-2-37" src="pdf-obj-2-37.jpg">

Transfer Requirement

Display
Display
3. Automatic material staging is active in the standard system. The Warehouse Management system (WMS) automaticallymanually . Note Transfer requirements for material staging have requirement typeP , and the requirement number is equivalent to the number of the production order, for which the TR was created. For transfer requirements for crate parts or release order parts, the requirement number corresponds to the number of the assigned production supply To display a TR for material staging, choose Logistics Logistics Execution Internal Whse Processes Transfer Requirement Display By Requirement . End of the note. 1. You create transfer orders for the staging TRs in the WMS. You can also let the system create transfer orders (TOs) automatically. This means that the system automatically creates a TO for the material staging TR in the background. For more information, see Automatic Creation of TOs for Transfer Requirement . 1. You execute the physical staging of the material based on the transfer order and take the material to the production storage bin. 2. You post the goods issue for the material consumption. There are two ways of posting the goods issue for the material consumption. GI posting for material consumption What You Should Know Backflushing with confirmation of the production order With this kind of stock removal, the components are already at the production location. These are physically used up during the production process, but the consumption is not posted until the consumption quantity is known, that is to say after the order has been confirmed. You do not need to enter any goods movements in Inventory Management for these components. The production storage bin of the materials consumed is defined in the production order. The system reduces the material quantity in the production storage bin without creating a TR or a TO. Manually in Inventory Management After final assembly has been completed, you have to adjust the stock levels in Inventory Management and the Warehouse Management system to correspond to the current stock situation, and to reduce material consumption. Enter the production order number during GI posting. () If the WM-PP interface is not active, or if the production order or reservation was incorrectly updated due to a previous error, the system posts a the goods issue for the material consumption to a general " id="pdf-obj-2-43" src="pdf-obj-2-43.jpg">

By Requirement .

End of the note.

You can also let the system create transfer orders (TOs) automatically. This means that the system automatically creates a TO for the material staging TR in the background. For more information, see Automatic Creation of TOs for Transfer Requirement .

  • 1. You execute the physical staging of the material based on the transfer order and take the material

to the production storage bin.

There are two ways of posting the goods issue for the material consumption.

GI posting for material consumption

What You Should Know

Backflushing with confirmation of the production order

With this kind of stock removal, the components are already at the production location. These are physically used up during the production process, but the consumption is not posted until the consumption quantity is known, that is to say after the order has been confirmed. You do not need to enter any goods movements in Inventory Management for these components. The production storage bin of the materials consumed is defined in the production order. The system reduces the material quantity in the production storage bin without creating a TR or a TO.

Manually in Inventory Management

After final assembly has been completed, you have to adjust the stock levels in Inventory Management and the Warehouse Management system to correspond to the current stock situation, and to reduce material consumption.

Enter the production order number during GI posting.

  • () If the WM-PP interface is not active, or if the production order or reservation was incorrectly updated due to a previous error, the system posts a the goods issue for the material consumption to a general

interface, based on the source movement type 261 (in the standard system). In doing so, the system creates a transfer order.

Taking Into Account Changes in the Production Order

During material staging via the WM-PP interface, the system takes the following changes into account:

Changes in product quantities

Changes in assembly part quantities

Material changes

Changes to the work center

Technical completion of production order

Cancellation of technical completion

Change in storage location or plant

Change to batches (see Pick Parts )

Changes to dates/times

interface, based on the source movement type 261 (in the standard system). In doing so, thePick Parts )  Changes to dates/times Example The system cancels, for example, all superfluous transfer requirements (TRs) for pick parts, or triggers a follow-on request for missing quantities via a new TR. Goods Receipt from Production Use Via the WM-PP interface, you can place goods from production immediately into your WM-managed warehouse. In doing so, the system posts a goods receipt in Inventory Management (MM-IM) for the finished material on confirmation of the production order, and creates a quant in the WM-managed warehouse in the interim storage area for goods receipts from production. Prerequisites The WM-PP interface is active . Features Automatic Goods Receipt You can define in the production order, via the control key of an activity, that the system automatically posts the goods receipt of the finished material in the WM-managed warehouse on confirmation of the activity. Posting then also occurs on partial confirmation. You activate automatic goods receipt in the production control key by setting the indicator Automatic Goods Receipt. Retrograde consumption posting of the staged components occurs on confirmation of the production order, and the system automatically creates a transfer order for putaway. Manual Goods Receipt " id="pdf-obj-3-66" src="pdf-obj-3-66.jpg">

Example The system cancels, for example, all superfluous transfer requirements (TRs) for pick parts, or triggers a follow-on request for missing quantities via a new TR.

Goods Receipt from Production

Use

Via the WM-PP interface, you can place goods from production immediately into your WM-managed warehouse. In doing so, the system posts a goods receipt in Inventory Management (MM-IM) for the finished material on confirmation of the production order, and creates a quant in the WM-managed warehouse in the interim storage area for goods receipts from production.

Prerequisites

The WM-PP interface is active .

Features

Automatic Goods Receipt You can define in the production order, via the control key of an activity, that the system automatically posts the goods receipt of the finished material in the WM-managed warehouse on confirmation of the activity. Posting then also occurs on partial confirmation. You activate automatic goods receipt in the production control key by setting the indicator Automatic Goods Receipt. Retrograde consumption posting of the staged components occurs on confirmation of the production order, and the system automatically creates a transfer order for putaway.

Manual Goods Receipt

You can trigger the goods issue of the finished goods manually. In doing so, you post a goods receipt for a production order in Inventory Management.

  • Note In the standard system, you use the IM movement type 101 for goods receipts from production. WMS movements type 103 is assigned to this IM movement type in the standard system. End of the note.

With this movement type, the finished material is placed in the interim storage type 901 in the WM- managed warehouse with the GI posting. The system generates a posting change notice. You create a transfer order (TO) in the WMS for the putaway, based on the TR. For more information, see Performing a Goods Receipt . Putting Away Handing Units (HUs) from Production

You can also implement the WM-PP interface in connection with Handling Unit Management . You put away goods finished in production into your HU-managed storage location in the form of handling units after confirmation of the production order.

  • Caution Note that if the HU number for the material to be put away is not yet known, the system creates an inbound delivery for a posting change from storage location to storage location during the GI posting in Inventory Management . If the HU number for the material to be put away is known, the system does not create an inbound delivery, but rather a material document for the stock transfer from storage location to storage location. End of the caution. You can put away a HU in a WM-managed storage location in the following ways:

If you know the HU number , choose

Logistics Logistics Execution
Logistics Logistics Execution

Logistics Logistics Execution

Internal Whse Processes

Internal Whse Processes

Stock Transfer

Create Stock Transfer Order

Create Stock Transfer Order

Move Storage Unit in the SAP menu.
Move Storage Unit in the SAP menu.

Move Storage Unit in the SAP menu.

 

Choose

Logistics Logistics Execution
Logistics Logistics Execution

Logistics Logistics Execution

Internal Whse Processes

Internal Whse Processes

Stock Transfer

Stock Transfer

 Choose Logistics Logistics Execution Internal Whse Processes Stock Transfer Create

Create

You can trigger the goods issue of the finished goods manually. In doing so, you postPerforming a Goods Receipt . Putting Away Handing Units (HUs) from Production You can also implement the WM-PP interface in connection with Handling Unit Management . You put away goods finished in production into your HU-managed storage location in the form of handling units after confirmation of the production order. Caution Note that if the HU number for the material to be put away is not yet known, the system creates an inbound delivery for a posting change from storage location to storage location during the GI posting in Inventory Management . If the HU number for the material to be put away is known, the system does not create an inbound delivery, but rather a material document for the stock transfer from storage location to storage location. End of the caution. You can put away a HU in a WM-managed storage location in the following ways:  If you know the HU number , choose Logistics Logistics Execution Internal Whse Processes Stock Transfer Create Stock Transfer Order Move Storage Unit in the SAP menu.  Choose Logistics Logistics Execution Internal Whse Processes Stock Transfer Create Stock Transfer Order From Stock List from the SAP menu, and choose the corresponding storage type (for example, 901 - GR Area for Production). Select the stock transfer view Storage unit on the initial screen. Activate direct TO creation for GI posting in Inventory Management , by setting the indicator  Immediate TO Creation to A for the corresponding movement type in the Customizing for Warehouse Management under Interfaces Inventory Management Define Movement Types LE-WM Interface to Inventory Management. If you set the indicator Mail Control for Background Processing for the movement type, the system sends a mail if an error occurs. If you have set up the system accordingly, it does not take the entry in the column TR Create Transfer Requirement into account. " id="pdf-obj-4-89" src="pdf-obj-4-89.jpg">

Stock Transfer Order

You can trigger the goods issue of the finished goods manually. In doing so, you postPerforming a Goods Receipt . Putting Away Handing Units (HUs) from Production You can also implement the WM-PP interface in connection with Handling Unit Management . You put away goods finished in production into your HU-managed storage location in the form of handling units after confirmation of the production order. Caution Note that if the HU number for the material to be put away is not yet known, the system creates an inbound delivery for a posting change from storage location to storage location during the GI posting in Inventory Management . If the HU number for the material to be put away is known, the system does not create an inbound delivery, but rather a material document for the stock transfer from storage location to storage location. End of the caution. You can put away a HU in a WM-managed storage location in the following ways:  If you know the HU number , choose Logistics Logistics Execution Internal Whse Processes Stock Transfer Create Stock Transfer Order Move Storage Unit in the SAP menu.  Choose Logistics Logistics Execution Internal Whse Processes Stock Transfer Create Stock Transfer Order From Stock List from the SAP menu, and choose the corresponding storage type (for example, 901 - GR Area for Production). Select the stock transfer view Storage unit on the initial screen. Activate direct TO creation for GI posting in Inventory Management , by setting the indicator  Immediate TO Creation to A for the corresponding movement type in the Customizing for Warehouse Management under Interfaces Inventory Management Define Movement Types LE-WM Interface to Inventory Management. If you set the indicator Mail Control for Background Processing for the movement type, the system sends a mail if an error occurs. If you have set up the system accordingly, it does not take the entry in the column TR Create Transfer Requirement into account. " id="pdf-obj-4-93" src="pdf-obj-4-93.jpg">
You can trigger the goods issue of the finished goods manually. In doing so, you postPerforming a Goods Receipt . Putting Away Handing Units (HUs) from Production You can also implement the WM-PP interface in connection with Handling Unit Management . You put away goods finished in production into your HU-managed storage location in the form of handling units after confirmation of the production order. Caution Note that if the HU number for the material to be put away is not yet known, the system creates an inbound delivery for a posting change from storage location to storage location during the GI posting in Inventory Management . If the HU number for the material to be put away is known, the system does not create an inbound delivery, but rather a material document for the stock transfer from storage location to storage location. End of the caution. You can put away a HU in a WM-managed storage location in the following ways:  If you know the HU number , choose Logistics Logistics Execution Internal Whse Processes Stock Transfer Create Stock Transfer Order Move Storage Unit in the SAP menu.  Choose Logistics Logistics Execution Internal Whse Processes Stock Transfer Create Stock Transfer Order From Stock List from the SAP menu, and choose the corresponding storage type (for example, 901 - GR Area for Production). Select the stock transfer view Storage unit on the initial screen. Activate direct TO creation for GI posting in Inventory Management , by setting the indicator  Immediate TO Creation to A for the corresponding movement type in the Customizing for Warehouse Management under Interfaces Inventory Management Define Movement Types LE-WM Interface to Inventory Management. If you set the indicator Mail Control for Background Processing for the movement type, the system sends a mail if an error occurs. If you have set up the system accordingly, it does not take the entry in the column TR Create Transfer Requirement into account. " id="pdf-obj-4-95" src="pdf-obj-4-95.jpg">

From Stock List from the SAP menu, and choose the corresponding

storage type (for example, 901 - GR Area for Production). Select the stock transfer view Storage unit on the initial screen. Activate direct TO creation for GI posting in Inventory Management , by setting the indicator

Immediate TO Creation to A for the corresponding movement type in the Customizing for

Warehouse Management under

Interfaces Inventory Management Define Movement Types
Interfaces Inventory Management Define Movement Types
Interfaces Inventory Management Define Movement Types

Interfaces Inventory Management Define Movement Types

Warehouse Management under Interfaces Inventory Management Define Movement Types
LE-WM Interface to Inventory Management. If you set the indicator Mail Control for Background Processing for

LE-WM Interface to Inventory Management. If you set the indicator Mail Control for Background Processing for the movement type, the system sends a mail if an error occurs. If you have set up the system accordingly, it does not take the entry in the column TR Create Transfer Requirement into account.

Handling Units in Production Orders

Purpose

In the area of production orders you can use handling units (HUs) in the following cases:

Goods issues for the withdrawal of components.

For production orders with many components you can make the logistical processes considerably simpler. You can withdraw components that are already being managed in HUs or first create the HU when the components are picked.

Goods receipts for materials produced.

If you use make-to-stock production you can handle partial quantities of stock individually with differently packaged handling units (for example: packaging variations for different customer groups). Using handling units serves to optimize logistical processes and does not influence the flow of capital in an organization. This means that all goods movements continue to be posted to the relevant production orders. If you use handling units, they offer you the following advantages:

Carrying out goods movements is made simpler.

Material flows become clearer and can be monitored or traced more easily.

Products can be individually packaged, even in make-to-stock production.

Integration

Depending on your organizational structure you can work with or without warehouse management integration.

Features

The following processes and functions are available:

Material staging of the components with warehouse management integration

Material staging of the components without warehouse management integration

Packing the material produced

Post goods issue with HU

Post goods receipt with HU

Post partial goods issue with HU

Cancel goods movements with HU