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EWM Exception reporting(STD Reports)

Please help us to understand the Standard Inbound,OB,LE reports available in SAP EWM .

Could somebody kindly list down few (5-10) std reports (for Inbound ,Outbound and yard mgt./shipping) and give a line against each that what it will do ?

I have searched in the forum and couldn't find any .

Thanks

Manu

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  • Posted on Feb 16, 2016 at 12:49 PM

    If somebody could help, it will be great.

    I am not a EWM consultant and dont have access to the system .

    This is req. for an internal work to our client.

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    • Hi Manu,

      I am not sure what you want.

      Do you mean by "reports" like SE38 reports with which you can do reporting like "how many inbound deliveries exists for date x with status y from vendor z?"

      For reporting EWM usually does not use reports but there the EWM monitor exists which is a central place from where you can do all kinds of "reporting" / selections for example for objects like:

      - inbound deliveries

      - outbound deliveries

      -...

      But I think that without a system it will be hard for you to get an impression on this.

      Maybe search the SCN for terms like "EWM monitor". Then you will find for example some blogs like:

      /SCWM/MON - Perfect monitor!

      Best regards

      Markus

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