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Activating the production interface in WM

Hi Experts,

What is the pros and cons of activating the production interface in WM?

Have configured T333 and T321 table for 261/262 MT, and its already working fine during production order confirmations/cancellation.

Thankyou,

Ravi

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  • Posted on Dec 04, 2014 at 05:33 PM

    uses of production interface is depend on the business requirement.What actually you are expecting from SCN team as pros and cons if i look at your thread you already mentioned that it is working fine

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    • The overall flow of production is

      1) Create Production order

      2) Release production order, system creates Transfer Requirement (standard SAP MvT319)

      3) Create Transfer order against the Transfer Requirement

      4) Transfer the stock from physical bin to Production supply area by confirming the transfer order

      5) Perform Consumption posting(261)

      By activating the production interface for WM you need to perform the step 3 and 4 which will put more system control (whether you should use this or not is based on your client requirement but if WM is active then recommended approach is to use the Production interface to transfer the stock to Line side)

  • Posted on Dec 04, 2014 at 07:47 AM

    Hi WM Experts,

    I am expecting a reply, appreciate your reply.

    Thankyou,

    Ravi

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