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How to manually create the putaway WT in process oriented process?

Hello Expert,

I have a following inbound process using process oriented storage control.

first step: IPK1 - Pack

second step: IPT1 - Putaway

I have set the Auto. WT flag for step IPK1 to false. Now when I finish the packing in the work center and close the HU. The next putaway warehouse task is not generated. This is as expected.

Now how can I generate the putaway WT manually? I tried to use follow-on functions --> create warehouse task in /SCWM/PRDI but this does not work.

Thank's for the helps in advance.

Kind Regards,

Clark

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    Posted on Nov 12, 2015 at 06:55 AM

    Hello Clark,

    Auto WT flag shall be True to create Auto WT for IPK1.

    Then only system will create Auto WT for packing if you want system to create auto WT.

    Please check the /scwm/mon and see whether there is any WT/WO pending for IPK1 process.

    BR,

    Olet

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  • Posted on Nov 12, 2015 at 07:17 AM

    Hi!

    You can create WT in /scwm/adhu.

    Find your HU and press Create+Save without WPT and dest. st.bin

    BR, Alex.

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  • Posted on Nov 12, 2015 at 06:03 AM

    Check SMQ2. There must be one waiting or failed queue. Clear that queue, you will get your Warehouse task automatically.

    Regards,

    Sathish

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