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How to get Packed quantity of a HU

Hello Gurus,

I am new into EWM. I have a requirement to get the packed quantity of an HU with alternate unit of measurement.

Could you please let me know if there is any table or function module from where I can get the packed quantity.

/scwm/aqua table give the quantity in Base unit of measure.

Thanks a lot advance for your help.

BR,

Catherine

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    Posted on Aug 19, 2016 at 02:57 PM

    Hello Mary,

    You can find Alternative unit of measure in same table .

    Field - UNIT - Base Unit of Measure

    Field - ALTME - Alternate unit of measure .

    BR,

    Olet

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    • Hi,

      Please try the below steps for your requirement:

      1.You need to get the HU id ( i.e. - GUID_HU) from table - /SCWM/HUHDR ,by passing HU number (in HUIDENT)

      2. Pass the above GUID_HU to the FM - /SCWM/HU_GT_FILL. as shown below :

      CALL FUNCTION '/SCWM/HU_GT_FILL'

      EXPORTING

      it_guid_hu = " Build you table if GUID_HU

      IMPORTING

      et_huhdr = " Headre detail

      et_huitm = " Item Detail

      EXCEPTIONS

      OTHERS = 1.



      In the Item detail (ET_HUITM) ;

      Field - MEINS is for BUoM ,

      QUAN is for base unit quantity


      ALTME is for AUoM,

      QUANA is for Alternate unit quantity


      IF above FM does not give any value please try Where Used list of that FM and implement correctly the FM.



      Stay Awesome

      Romit Raina


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    Posted on Aug 22, 2016 at 06:54 AM

    Hi Mary,

    the packed qty in AuM can be obtained from below tables:

    /SCWM/GMHUHDR for Header level info

    /SCWM/GMHUITM for Item level info

    BR,

    Anoop

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