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Auto Creation of Forwarding Order (FWO) against ECC Outbound Delivery

Dear All

We have a scenario where we wants to create Forwarding Order in TM when an Outbound Delivery (OBD) is created in ECC.

  1. Within Standard PI Scenarios, we have a scenario for creating Transfer Requests (TR) in TM against OBD created in ECC.
  2. Instead of creating TR we are looking for the creation of FWO against OBD.

Is there any standard PI interface available which can help in creating Forward Order FWO against out bound deliveries created in ECC.

  • Interface for ECC OBD integration with Transfer Request in TM

ODP_TransportationRequestSUITERequest_Out

  • Interface for creation of Transfer Order in TM

TransportationRequestRequest_In

Any one having clue for Outbound Interface for TransportationRequestRequest_In which can be used to mapped ECC OBD with TransportationRequestRequest_In.

Currently we cant map ODP_TransportationRequestSUITERequest_Out and TransportationRequestRequest_In since both having different structure and belongs to different processes.


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    Posted on Jan 03, 2014 at 03:07 AM

    Hi Adnan,

    You can map ODP_TransportationRequestSUITERequest_Out and

    IntracompanyTransportationRequestRequest_In.

    Best Regards

    Clark Huang

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    • Former Member Adnan Maqbool

      Hi

      Usual document flow is Delivery -> DTR -> FU(freight unit) -> Freight order(TOR)

      So when you say you want to create FWO

      Delivery -> FWO -> FU(freight Unit) -> freight order(TOR). Is this what you want to achieve ??

      is there any reason for creating FWO, are you planning to create Forwarding settlement ??

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