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PP-WM TO creation

Hello Experts,

What is the process to create TO in Posting first in WM before GR posting.

I mean here how we create TO ? What is the reference document which is used to create TO ?

Here do we create TR ?

Please help me out to design this process.


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    Posted on Jan 08, 2014 at 02:09 PM

    When the WM/PP interface is used you should use control cycles to control the generation of TR.

    The TO is then created with reference to this TR

    Anyway I think it would be easier if you could read the standard documentation:

    WM-PP Interface - Warehouse Management System (WMS) - SAP Library

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    • 1) create TO using transaction for example with LT01 or LT07 and with WM mvt 103 (remember to put the requirement number equal to production order number with leading zeros...)

      2) Post the GR from production

      No additional actin should be required.

      NOTE: I suggest to deactivate the creation of TR when you post the GR from production. This is done in the customizing under Interfaces between IM and WM for the movement 101 (only for the 101 from production!) and for your warehouse number (don't change the standard entries). In this way no TR is generated.



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