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MFS Telegram Channel Assignment

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I'm experiencing an issue where we have two MFS Channels (A & B). Channel A is outbound communication (MFS to WCS) and channel B is inbound communication (WCS to MFS). Our outbound channel traffic at times is congested and I would like to move a telegram to a new channel to help clear up the congestion however I'm having a difficult time locating the configuration where telegrams are assigned to a channel.

Can anyone point me in the right direction?

Rob

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    Posted on Jul 11 at 03:21 AM

    Hi Rob Case

    Function Module- /SCWM/MFS_SEND

    You can dynamically manipulate Channels as per your requirement in 2 ways

    1 > Config

    2 > BADI- /SCWM/EX_MFS_TELE_CCH_DET with warehouse tasks data

    Please let us know if you have further questions.

    Kind Regards,

    Ajit


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  • Posted on Jul 14 at 05:16 PM

    Hi Ajit Routray,

    Thanks for your reply! We implemented EWM 9.5 early last year with a 3rd party consulting company to assist with our transition. They performed all of the EWM config/development.

    Your reply is extremely helpful! After looking into this, it appears they used BADI's to control telegram channel assignments.

    I found a SAP site for MFS details (https://help.sap.com/viewer/3d97bec9bf1649099384bb8167df3cf2/9.5.0.2/en-US/4dc9cb53ad377114e10000000a174cb4.html?q=%3Fq%3Dmaterial%20flow%20system)

    Would you happen to know of any other material that could be beneficial to learn how MFS works inside EWM? Looking to learn to see if I can eliminate some custom coding and move to config over the next few years as we continue to learn MFS.

    Thanks,

    Rob

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