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Post Goods Receipt in SAP EWM without inbound delivery from ECC


Hi All,

I have a query regarding goods receipt in SAP EWM. As per my understanding to do any kind of goods receipt in EWM, we need a corresponding inbound delivery replicated from ECC -> EWM. Is there any way to post Goods Receipt in SAP EWM directly without corresponding inbound delivery origination from ECC system. Physical Inventory is one option but involves too many steps and I am looking for some simpler options which can be automated in background.

My business requirement is assets are scanned via RF in EWM system. In current process if any asset fails(due to absence of corresponding inbound delivery) then one custom program is run in ECC system to create inbound delivery -> replication to EWM -> final putaway. What I want to know is - is there any way to post goods receipt directly in EWM and then transfer to ECC to create transfer posting in ERP system.

Awaiting for responses!

Regards

Garima

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  • Oct 30, 2015 at 07:28 AM

    Hi,

    there are two options:

    - create a PI document and post the difference with that (as you described)

    - use the stock upload function (transaction /SCWM/ISU).

    Brgds

    Juergen

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  • Oct 30, 2015 at 02:38 PM

    Hello Garima,

    If you don't want to touch inbound delivery to post goods receipt, you can use standard action /SCWM/PDI_REC_POST_GR of action profile /SCWM/PDI_RECEIVED(or define a new one!).

    Create a new delivery type, maintain condition for it, then you need to trigger this action based on condition you maintained. You can post GR as soon as it is created.

    Customizing navigation: Extended Warehouse Management >> Cross-Process Settings >> Delivery - Warehouse Request >> Actions.

    Best regards

    Serhan

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  • Nov 03, 2015 at 08:12 AM

    Hi!

    You can create inbound delivery directly in EWM. When you post GR, it replicated to ERP.

    BR, Alex.

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    Nov 03, 2015 at 10:56 AM

    Hello Garima,

    Please check whether Expected Goods Receipt can help you out in this scenario.

    BR,

    Olet

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