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BADI - Create my owner Removal Stretegy in EWM

Please I would like to know if there is some BADI in EWM where I can create my owner logic for selecting the BINs .

I saw there are a lot the BADI but , I did not get identify any BADI where I can search the stock BIN to determine by myself.

I would like to select the data from table / SCWM / AQUA and apply my logic and decides what BIN I want to assign for creating the tasks .

May you help me ?

Regards

Alan Mattos

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    Posted on Jul 13, 2016 at 03:44 PM

    Hello Alan,

    Yeah ! Of-course ! This feature is available in EWM.

    You can use BAdI: Destination Bin Determination: Storage Behavior Normal .

    If you want to use for Bulk or Pallet storage type you can opt below BADI's

    BAdI: Destination Bin Determination: Storage Behavior Block

    BAdI: Destination Bin Determination: Storage Behavior Pallet

    Let me know if you have any different requirement.

    BR,

    Olet

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  • Posted on Jul 14, 2016 at 11:24 AM

    Hi!

    Use BadIs in Enhancement Spot /SCWM/ES_CORE_RMS

    Especially BadI /SCWM/EX_CORE_RMS_DETERMINE

    BR, Alex.

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