Stopping outbound delivery generation if inventory availability is insufficient. EWM PP Interface

EWM - Basis, EWM - Master Data, MAN Production Planning (PP), SD (Sales and Distribution)

Purpose: The inspiration of writing this blog is derived from below SAP community thread having discussion on why MF60 for release orders parts creates outbound delivery if even the stock availability is zero. To my curiosity, I tested it for Kanban parts, emptying card items having zero stock, delivery was successfully generated and distributed to […]

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Pickup and Account Assignment: Direct ODO Issue to Cost Center

EWM - Basic Functions, EWM - Basis, EWM - Delivery Processing

Deployment Consideration: SAP EWM offers such a gamut of powerful tools to map complex business processes in a very easy way. Direct outbound delivery order, goods issue to cost center is one of those handful tools where ‘‘Account Assignment Deliveries” can directly be created from Decentral EWM and a corresponding ERP Account assignment delivery is […]

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Integration of EWM with Repetitive Manufacturing:Part-I

EWM - Master Data, MAN Production Planning (PP), EWM - Basis

Purpose: The blog is written to unravel how SAP Extended Warehouse Management in integrated with Repetitive Manufacturing. In this blog, it would be explained what are the key configurations, master data required to having this set up. Repetitive manufacturing In repetitive manufacturing, below process can be exploited in SAP EWM system Final Confirmation Reporting point […]

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Delivery based Production vs Advanced Production Integration- Delta Analysis

MAN Production Planning (PP), EWM - Master Data, EWM - Basis

The blog is written to unravel the major differences between” Delivery based Production and Advanced Production Integration and under what circumstances which model would be best for the business. This blog will also capture the discernible differences between the two. Delta: The below diagram gives perceptible delta between the two. I would accentuate and explain […]

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