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Automatic listing of new articles to assortments

Hi,

We are getting articles from legacy system as a flat file and SAP custom program creates IDOC and then article and list it to assortment. But this way performance is very poor as it is sequential read process.

We want to break it down into - create article idoc and process those with parallel processing (this way we get MARC records). But then question remains how can we list these to assortment?

Is there a tcode/ program that can list new articles to assortments in background or any other standard way that we can schedule as periodic background job?

Regards,

Pat.

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  • Posted on Mar 23, 2016 at 08:22 PM

    -- assume that you have a Reference DC and Reference Store assigned in the system.

    -- assume that you have Reference Article(s) created and assigned to each Merchandise Category

    -- assume that you have General Assortments created and Sites are assigned.

    In this scenario, an inbound ARTMAS IDoc can create the Article Master. Be certain to include MARC segments at least for your Reference DC and Reference Store.

    After the ARTMAS IDocs are processed, as a nightly job or on demand, you can execute WSM3 to create MARC (MARD, MBEW, and more) records and Listing Conditions.

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    Paul Gendreau Jr

    SAP Retail

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  • Posted on Aug 22, 2016 at 06:17 PM

    Try report RWSORALL

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