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Not able to process inbound delivery in ewm

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I am not able to process inbound Delivery in EWM. Following errors were identified by using T.code: SLG1

1.Could not create header data delivery xxxxxxxxxx, system ERP_100


Due to error messages, the system cannot create the header data for the delivery 0180000239 from system ERP_100.

2.Could not determine a supply chain unit for ERP warehouse number xxx.


The delivery document from ERP contains a plant for which Extended Extended Warehouse Management (EWM) cannot find a corresponding supply chain unit

I rechecked all my setting but i am not able to resolve the issue. Please advice me what needs to be done in order to resolve this issue.

Thanks and Warm Regards,


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  • Posted on Dec 10, 2014 at 07:49 AM


    Please check the following in EWM system:

    1. check in transaction /SCMB/SCUMAIN if your plant is exist for the role 1001 and business attribute INV is already assigned.

    2. Check supply chain unit hierarchy in /n/SCMB/SCUHIERMAIN.

    3. In the BP transaction see the plant code is assigned to the vendor/customer for the plant under the ID type CRM011.

    4. Then finally check your assignment of supply chain unit and EWM warehouse at below path.

    EWM -> Master data -> assign warehouse number.

    Also check the SAP note 1100049 for more information.



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    Posted on Dec 12, 2014 at 09:04 AM

    Hi Suresh,

    First of all you need to maintain a SCU with attaribute INV (Warehouse) in /SCWM/scumain

    then you can maintain the SCU hierarchy with your Shipping Office and Receiving Office as required in /scwm/scuhiermain

    then you need to assigned this SCU ot your warehouse in Master Data in SPRO --> Assign Warehouse Number



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