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RF in Physical Inventory

Hi All,

I have a requirement to use Bar Code scanning in Physical Inventory Process. Is this possible? Thank You

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    Jul 31, 2006 at 09:37 AM

    Hi Afiza,

    Welcome to this RFID forum on SDN.

    If you could explain your scenario a bit detail,than we all would be in a better position to help you more specifically.

    Thanks,

    Pawan Khilari

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      Hi Afiza,

      It is definitely possible and the

      implementation will vary accordingly

      depending upon the devices which you

      use and the business logic.

      <b>SAPConsole and WebSAPConsole</b>

      SAP offers two options for connecting

      RF-linked mobile terminals to the SAP mainframe: SAPConsole andWebSAPConsole.

      Both options are designed for

      within-the-four-walls applications and

      assume an always-on RFlink back to SAP R/3.

      SAPConsole translates SAPGUI pages into

      text-only pages for character-based terminals.

      WebSAPConsole provides a similar interface

      but maintains the SAPGUI look for mobile terminals running Windows CE or other graphics-capable

      operating systems.

      SAPConsole and WebSAPConsole are shipped

      with SAP R/3, offering companies a single

      source of support for both text and graphical

      display terminals that are standards-based.

      Being standards-based, they provide

      vendor independent support for a variety of

      RF devices.

      SAP's ERP Warehouse Management functionality

      offers a number of "pre-configured" RF

      transactions that are accessible by both

      SAPConsole & WebSAPConsole.

      These transactions include the most common

      transactions and simplify the set-up and

      configuration of mobile terminals.

      Since each application is different and

      pre-configured modules cannot be provided

      to cover every contingency, both options support transaction development using SAP's standard

      Advance Business Application Programming

      (ABAP) and SAP Graphical User Interface (GUI).

      This provides a single source program for efficient testing and maintenance of programs and transactions

      on both mainframe and mobile terminals.

      It also allows testing of programs on

      desktop terminals before deployment to RF-linked terminals.

      User-created transactions (or “dialog programs”)

      are linked to existing transaction codes

      and organized on a specialRF menu that is

      created and maintained in the SAP

      configuration area (the “IMG”).

      The RF menu can contain bothSAP's

      pre-configured as well as user-defined

      RF transactions.

      You can go throuh the forum thread mention below:

      <b>/message/2029456#2029456 [original link is broken]

      These links are regading sap console installation

      and RF screen programming which will probably

      help you to decide the implementation and later

      help you in the actual implementation.

      I suppose this should answer your query.

      Regards,

      Pawan Khilari

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      problem is solved.

      Message was edited by: Pawan Khilari