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Methods of Product master upload in EWM

Hello all,

Can you please advice on following -

For data migration of product master from ECC to EWM, out of the following two options, which one is used in which scenario?

What is advantage and dis-advantage of each option?

1. Using CIF (Tcode: CFM1 and CFM2)

2. Downloading material master from ECC and uploading product master in EWM using Tcode: /scwm/mig_product



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    Posted on Jan 15, 2016 at 06:26 AM


    only the second option is not enough. You first need to CIF.

    The upload function is only to create a warehouse product with the WM data of the material in ERP. But the basic data you need to transfer via CIF.

    So only the second thing is an option. The first thing is a must.




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  • Posted on Jan 15, 2016 at 06:07 AM

    Hi Chaintanya,

    If we use the CIF methodology , the product can be stored first global data level then it would required to maintain warehouse product data.

    If we use the Transaction /N/SCWM/MIG_PRODUCT in EWM, directly we can migrate the data at the warehouse level.

    C K Reddy

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