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now my client is having requirement of lean ware house mgmt ,can any one send me screen shots for configuration process

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    mail sent, chk your mail.

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    Hi Ayub,

    Can u also send me to at chandu710@gmail.com

    Thanking you alot

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    Hi Srini,

    Please find the complete notes on Lean Ware House Management System below:

    A09 Lean Warehouse Management: Configuration Guide

    Purpose

    The purpose of this document is to describe the general configuration steps required to manually set up the configuration within the system landscape that has already been installed using the corresponding installation or configuration guides for installation.

    The Configuration Guide describes how to set up the configuration of a Building Block manually, without the support of automated configuration tools.

    Preparation

    1.1 Prerequisites

    The following building blocks form the basis for all mySAP All-in-One Automotive, High Tech and Industrial Machinery and Components solutions. You only have to install these building blocks once.

    Building Blocks Comment

    Baseline Building Blocks (Layer 0)

    J00 - Essential Information

    J02 - Organizational Structure

    J03 - Financial Accounting

    J08 - Controlling

    J05 - Materials Management

    J04 - Sales and Distribution

    Baseline Building Blocks (Layer 1)

    J06 - Production Planning and Controlling

    J07 – Quality Management

    J18 - Product Cost Controlling

    J19 – Batch Management

    J20 - Cost Object Controlling – Make-to-Order

    J21 - Cost Object Controlling – Make-to-Stock

    J17 - Profitability Analysis

    J14 - Human Capital Management

    J09 - Travel Management

    Industry generic Building Blocks

    E04 - Supplement Settings

    E05 - Master Data HT / IM&C

    Configuration

    1.2 Lean WM Basic Settings

    1.2.1 Defining Control Parameters and Number Ranges for the Warehouse Number Defining Control Parameters for the Warehouse Number

    Use

    A warehouse number is an organizational unit in Logistics, which organizes the company from the perspective of Warehouse Management.

    In the Warehouse Management System, you can define a variety of control parameters at warehouse number level.

    Procedure

    1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options:

    IMG Menu IMG  Logistic Execution  Shipping  Picking  Lean WM  Define control parameters and number ranges for the warehouse number Define control parameters and number ranges for warehouse no.(double click)

    Transaction Code SM30

    2. Find the Field Name and input the relative value into the field.

    Table V_T3002

    Field name Value R/O/C Description

    Whse number L01 R

    Warehouse no. description Lean WM BP01 R

    Weight unit KG R

    Volume unit

    Default UoM K R

    Time unit/performance data

    Lean WM active X R

    Link to subsystem active

    Performance data

    Transfer order 01 R

    Group number 01 R

    1.2.2 Defining Storage Type

    Use

    A warehouse number is subdivided into a variety of storage types. A storage type is defined by its physical or organizational features (for example, high rack storage area, bulk storage, and goods receipt areas).

    A storage type has a short description rather than an address.

    Before you can implement Lean WM, you must configure the following settings:

    1. Assign a (newly defined) storage location to a warehouse number.(This step is defined by step 3.12 Control Plant / Storage Location / Warehouse Number Assignment

    2. You should set up at least three storage types:

     a storage type (that will be used as a source storage type) with one or several fixed storage bins

     a goods issue area (as destination storage type) for deliveries

     an interim storage area for differences

    Procedure

    1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options:

    IMG Menu IMG  Logistic Execution  Shipping  Picking  Lean WM  Define Storage type

    Transaction Code SM30

    2. Find the Field Name and input the relative value into the field

    Table V_T3012

    Data record 1:

    Field name Value Sub-screen

    Whse number L01

    Warehouse no. description Lean WM BP01

    Storage type 001

    Storage type name Fixed bin storage

    Stock plcmt requires confirmation for putaway control

    Unit of measure type srch

    Stock rmvl requires confirmation for picking control

    Unit of measure type srch

    Data record 2:

    Field name Value Sub-screen

    Whse number L01

    Warehouse no. description Lean WM BP01

    Storage type 916

    Storage type name Shipping area deliveries

    Stock plcmt requires confirmation for putaway control

    Unit of measure type srch

    Stock rmvl requires confirmation for picking control

    Unit of measure type srch

    Data record 3:

    Field name Value Sub-screen

    Whse number L01

    Warehouse no. description Lean WM BP01

    Storage type 999

    Storage type name Differences

    Stock plcmt requires confirmation for putaway control

    Unit of measure type srch

    Stock rmvl requires confirmation for picking control

    Unit of measure type srch

    Data record 4:

    Field name Value Sub-screen

    Whse number L01

    Warehouse no. description Lean WM BP01

    Storage type 902

    Storage type name IN-ZONE

    Stock plcmt requires confirmation for putaway control

    Unit of measure type srch

    Stock rmvl requires confirmation for picking control

    Unit of measure type srch

    1.2.3 Defining Doors

    Use

    In a WM-managed warehouse, you can define dock doors (also known as doors or gates). A door is a location where the goods either arrive in the warehouse or leave it.

    You can assign different functions to a dock door, for example:

    Goods receipt

    Goods issue

    Other transactions such as cross-docking and flow-through

    Procedure

    1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options:

    IMG Menu IMG  Logistic Execution  Shipping  Picking  Lean WM Define Doors

    Transaction Code SM30

    2. Find the Field Name and input the relative value into the field

    Table V_T30B

    Field name Value R/O/C Description

    Whse no. L01 R Warehouse number

    Door A01 R Door for warehouse number

    Text for door Door A01 R Text for door

    Staging area

    Matl stag. area txt

    GI indic. X R Goods issue indicator

    GR ind X R Goods receipt indicator

    CD ind Cross-docking indicator

    FT ind Flow-through indicator

    1.2.4 Defining Material Staging Areas

    Use

    A staging area is an interim storage area for goods that have been received from goods receipt and afterwards need to be transferred into the warehouse.

    It is also an interim storage area for goods that were picked in a warehouse and are to be loaded for goods issue through loading ramps or doors.

    You can assign different functions to a staging area:

    • Goods issue

    • Goods receipt

    Procedure

    1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options:

    IMG Menu IMG  Logistic Execution  Shipping  Picking  Lean WM  Define Material Staging Area

    Transaction Code SM30

    2. Find the Field Name and input the relative value into the field

    Table V_T30C

    Field name Value R/O/C Description

    Whse no. L01 R

    Staging area A01-01 R

    Matl stag. area txt Zone 1 R

    Door A01 R Door for warehouse number

    Text for door Door A01 R

    GI ind X R Goods issue indicator

    GR ind X R Goods receipt indicator

    CD ind Cross-docking indicator

    FT ind Flow-through indicator

    HU ind Handling unit indicator

    1.2.5 Defining Picking Area

    Use

    A picking area is an object within a storage type that groups together storage bins for purposes of stock removal.

    Procedure

    1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options:

    IMG Menu IMG  Logistic Execution  Shipping  Picking  Lean WM Define Picking Area

    Transaction Code SM30

    2. Find the Field Name and input the relative value into the field

    Table V_T30A2

    Data record 1:

    Field name Value R/O/C Description

    WhN L01 R Warehouse number

    STy (storage type) 001 R

    PAr (Picking area) 001 R

    Picking area name Picking area 1 R

    Data record 2:

    Field name Value R/O/C Description

    WhN L01 R Warehouse number

    STy (storage type) 001 R

    PAr (Picking area) 002 R

    Picking area name Picking area 2 R

    1.2.6 Defining Transfer Type

    Use

    In Lean WM, the transfer type "A" (stock removal) is required for movement type control.

    Procedure

    1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options:

    IMG Menu IMG  Logistic Execution  Shipping  Picking  Lean WM  Define Transfer Type

    Transaction Code SM30

    2. Find the Field Name and input the relative value into the field

    Table V_T333A2

    Field name Value R/O/C Description

    WhN L01 R Warehouse number

    Transfer type A R

    Text f. shipment type Pick R

    1.2.7 Defining Movement Types

    Use

    The SAP R/3 System uses movement type to process movements in Inventory Management (for example, goods receipt for a purchase order or goods issue to a cost center). When the system recognizes a movement as being relevant for Warehouse Management, it assigns this movement to a WM movement type by means of a table.

    The movement type for the Warehouse Management System provides the information required for stock removals or picking:

     Interim storage bin

     Fixed bin coordinate

     Control indicator for processing, confirming, and printing transfer orders

     Confirmation info

    Procedure

    1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options:

    IMG Menu IMG  Logistic Execution  Shipping  Picking  Lean WM  Define Movement Type

    Transaction Code SM30

    2. Find the Field Name and input the relative value into the field

    Table V_T3332

    Data record 1:

    Field name Value R/O/C Description

    Warehouse number L01 R

    Warehouse no. description Lean WM R

    Movement type 255 R

    Movement type description Goods Issue general R

    Src 001 R

    Src Stor. Bin

    Dest 916 R

    Dest Stor. Bin

    Transfer type A R

    Text for transfer type TRATX Pick R

    TO creation screen 2 R

    Scr. TO confirmation 2 R

    Manual TO creation not allowed

    Transfer priority

    Print code

    TO item can be confirmed immed.

    Propose confirmation

    Data record 2:

    Field name Value R/O/C Description

    Warehouse number L01 R

    Warehouse no. description Lean WM R

    Movement type 601 R

    Movement type description Picking by delivery note R

    Src 001 R

    Src Stor. bin

    Dest 916 R

    Dest Stor. bin

    Transfer type A R

    Text for transfer type TRATX Pick R

    TO creation screen 2 R

    Scr. TO confirmation 2 R

    Manual TO creation not allowed X R

    Transfer priority

    Print code 02 R

    TO item can be confirmed immed. X R

    Propose confirmation

    1.2.8 Defining Difference Indicator

    Use

    Using the difference indicator, you can classify your differences. This indicator is used in Lean WM for evaluation purposes only.

    Procedure

    1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options:

    IMG Menu IMG  Logistic Execution  Shipping  Picking  Lean WM  Define Difference Indicator

    Transaction Code SM30

    2. Find the Field Name and input the relative value into the field

    Table V_T3362

    Field name Value R/O/C Description

    WhN L01 R Warehouse number

    DiffInd (difference indicator) X R

    Description of difference indicator Stock difference R

    Stor.ty.differences 999 R

    Diff.bin

    TO X R

    Source bin

    1.2.9 Control Plant / Storage Location / Warehouse Number Assignment

    1.2.9.1 Assigning Warehouse No. to Plant-Storage Locations

    Use

    By doing so, system can recognize which storage locations in Materials Management are controlled by the Warehouse Management system (LE-WM); you must assign the plants and the storage location to the warehouse number.

    Procedure

    1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options:

    IMG Menu IMGEnterprise Structure Assignment  Logistic Execution  Assign warehouse No. To plant/storage Location

    Transaction Code SM30

    2. Find the Field Name and input the relative value into the field

    Table V_T320

    Field name Value R/O/C Description

    Plant BP01 R

    SLoc 0005 R

    WhN L01 R

    1.2.9.2 Control Plant / Storage Location / Warehouse Number Assignment

    Use

    You can control for each combination of plant, storage location, and warehouse number whether Lean WM or standard management of bin inventory is to be selected.

    If you are using Lean WM, you can also specify a picking storage type that is used for creating transfer orders.

    Procedure

    1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options:

    IMG Menu IMG  Logistic Execution  Shipping  Picking  Lean WM  Control Plant / Storage Location / Warehouse Number Assignment

    Transaction Code SM30

    2. Find the Field Name and input the relative value into the field

    Table V_T3202

    Field name Value R/O/C Description

    Plnt BP01 R

    Stor. loc. 0005 R

    WhNo (Whse number) L01 R

    Degree of activation Warehouse Mgmt 1 R

    Stor.type for picking in Lean WM 001 R

    1.2.10

    1.2.11 Assigning Picking Location

    Use

    Assign the picking locations to the combinations of shipping point and storage condition for every plant.

    Procedure

    1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options:

    IMG Menu IMG  Logistic Execution  Shipping  Picking  Determine Picking Location  Assign Picking Location

    Transaction Code SM30

    2. Find the Field Name and input the relative value into the field

    Table V_TVKOL

    Field name Value Description

    ShPt BP01 Plant

    Plnt BP01 Shipping point/receiving pt

    SC K1 Storage conditions

    SLoc 0005 Storage location

    1.3 Print Control for Warehouse

    Use

    Print control defines the following:

    • Which slips are to be printed for the movements (that is, for the transfer orders) within the Warehouse Management System

    • How these slips are to be printed (that is, which forms are to be used, how many copies are to be printed)

    • On which printer a slip is to be printed automatically

    And print control manages the print operations of the warehouse. This flexibility involves a certain degree of complexity with regard to the parameterization.

    Procedure

    1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options:

    IMG Menu IMG  Logistic Execution  Shipping  Picking  Lean WM  Define Print control

    Transaction Code OMLV

    2. Choose the following button and check the contents

    (Here only the contents of the warehouse no. L01 are listed):

    2.1 Spool code

    Data Record 1

    Field name Value R/O/C Description

    WhN L01 R Warehouse number

    Spool 01 R Spool request name

    Copies 1 R Number of copies

    Title LVS1 R Spool control data

    Print_immed. X R Print immediately

    Delete_after_print X R Release after output

    NewSplReq__ New spool request

    Data Record 2

    Field name Value R/O/C Description

    WhN L01 R Warehouse number

    Spool 02 R Spool request name

    Copies 1 R Number of copies

    Title LVS2 R Spool control data

    Print_immed. Print immediately

    Delete_after_print X R Release after output

    NewSplReq__ New spool request

    2.2 sort profile/collective process

    Field name Rec1 Rec2 Rec3 Rec4 Rec5 Rec6 Rec7 Rec8 Rec9

    WhNo_(Whse_number) L01 L01 L01 L01 L01 L01 L01 L01 L01

    Sort_profile 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

    1st_sort_criterion SPOOI SPOOI SPOOI SPOOI SPOOI SPOOI SPOOI SPOOI SPOOI

    Sort_descending_order (1st_sort_criter.)

    Control_break_1st_sort_criterion

    2nd_sort_criterion LDESI LDESI LDESI LDESI LDESI LDESI LDESI LDESI LDESI

    Sortdescending_order (2nd_sort_crit.)

    Control_break_2nd_sort_criterion X

    3rd_sort_criterion REFNR REFNR REFNR REFNR FORMI FORMI FORMI FORMI REFNR

    Sortdescending_order (3rd_sort_crit.)

    Control_break_3rd_sort_criterion X X X X

    4th_sort_criterion FORMI FORMI FORMI FORMI LGNUM LGNUM LGNUM LGNUM FORMI

    Sortdescending_order (4th_sort_crit.)

    Control_break_4th_sort_criterion X X X X

    5th_sort_criterion LGNUM LGNUM LGNUM LGNUM VLTYP VLTYP VLTYP VLTYP LGNUM

    Sortdescending_order (5th_sort_crit.)

    Control_break_5th_sort_criterion

    6th_sort_criterion VLTYP NLTYP VLTYP TANUM VLPLA NLPLA WERKS TAPOS NLTYP

    Sortdescending_order (6th_sort_crit.)

    Control_break_6th_sort_criterion X X X X

    7th_sort_criterion VLPLA NLPLA WERKS TAPOS

    TANUM TANUM LGORT KOBER

    Sortdescending_order_ (7th_sort_crit.)

    Control_break_7th_sort_criterion X

    8th_sort_criterion TANUM TANUM LGORT TAPOS TAPOS MATNR VLPLA

    Sortdescending_order (8th_sort_crit.)

    Control_break_8th_sort_criterion

    9th_sort_criterion TAPOS TAPOS MATNR CHARG TANUM

    Sortdescending_order (9th_sort_crit.)

    Control_break_9th_sort_criterion

    10th_sort_criterion CHARG BESTQ

    TAPOS

    Sortdescending_order_ (10th_sort_crit.)

    Control_break_10th_sort_criterion

    11th_sort_criterion BESTQ SOBKZ

    Sortdescending_order_ (11th_sort_crit.)

    Control_break_11th_sort_criterion

    12th_sort_criterion SOBKZ LSONR

    Sortdescending_order_ (12th_sort_crit.)

    Control_break_12th_sort_criterion

    13th_sort_criterion LSONR VLTYP

    Sortdescending_order_ (13th_sort_crit.)

    Control_break_13th_sort_criterion

    14th_sort_criterion VLTYP

    Sortdescending_order_ (14th_sort_crit.)

    Control_break_14th_sort_criterion

    15th_sort_criterion

    Sortdescending_order_ (15th_sort_crit.)

    Control_break_15th_sort_criterion

    2.3 print code

    Field name Rec1 Rec2 Rec3 Rec4 Rec5 Rec6 Rec7

    WNo___(Warehouse_number) L01 L01 L01 L01 L01 L01 L01

    PrCd__(Print_code) 01 02 03 11 12 21 22

    Print_code_description

    Find_shipping_data____

    Determine_production_data_

    Form_ LVSTAEINZEL LVSTALISTE LVSTOSOLO LVSTAEINZEL LVSTALISTE LVSKOMMIL1

    LVSKOMMIL2

    PTm_(Time_of_printing)________

    Sort_profile 1 1 1 4 1 1

    Combined_print x x x x

    Spool_data 02 02 01 02 02 02 02

    Label_form LVSLABELS

    Label_spool_code 01

    Quantity_of_labels_(Indicator) 2

    2.4 assign printer to storage type (LP01 to 001 only)

    Field name Rec1 Rec2 Rec3

    WhNo_(Whse_number) L01 L01 L01

    STy__(storage_type) 001 916 999

    Storage_type_description Fixed bin storage Shipping area deliveries Differences

    Printer

    2.5 assign print code to movement type

    Field name Rec1 Rec2 Rec3

    WhNo_(Whse_number) L01 L01 L01

    MvT__(WM_movement_type) 101 255 601

    Movement_type_description Goods receipt for pur.or.

    Picking by delivery note

    PrCd__(Print_code) 01 02

    2.6 assign print report to warehouse No.

    Field name Rec1

    WhNo_(Whse_number) L01

    Warehouse_number_descrip. Lean WM Plant BP01

    Print_report RLVSDR40

    2.7 print control multi-processing

    Field name Rec1

    WhN L01

    Ref.ty. L

    Status 2

    Print_prog. RLKOMM40

    PrCd 21

    Printer LP01

    1.4 Manual Activity

    1.4.1 Maintaining Number Range Intervals for Transfer Order

    Use

    Maintain number range intervals for transfer order

    Procedure

    In this step, you define that, the Number range for Transfer order as 01 and Group number as 01, now you should tell the system how the number range would like for 01 as transfer order and 01 for the group number, for both number range, you may define you own number range, the following information just for reference:

    Access the activity using one of the following navigation options:

    IMG Menu IMG  Logistic Execution  Shipping  Picking  Lean WM  Define control parameters and number ranges for the warehouse number  Maintain number range intervals for transfer orders (double click)

    Transaction Code LN02

    Check if the internal number range 01 (0000000001-1000000000) has been defined

    Once you have defined your number ranges, it is extremely difficult to change them afterwards when the objects concerned are filled with data.

    Bear in mind that you will be entering data on a long-term basis. Create your number range intervals accordingly.

    1.4.2 Maintaining Number Range Intervals for Reference Numbers

    Use

    Reference number range has the following meanings:

    This number identifies a number range to be used for the assignment of sequential numbers for WM reference numbers. Reference numbers are used to create or print a group of transfer orders at one time.

    A sequential number generated by the system for the purpose of multiple processing of transfer requirements and delivery notes.

    The reference number can also be used to print the resulting transfer orders at a later time.

    Procedure

    In this step, you define that, the Number range for Transfer order as 01 and Group number as 01, now you should tell the system how the number range would like for 01 as transfer order and 01 for the group number, for both number range, you may define you own number range, the following information just for reference:

    Access the activity using one of the following navigation options:

    IMG Menu IMG  Logistic Execution  Shipping  Picking  Lean WM Define control parameters and number ranges for the warehouse number  Maintain number range intervals for Reference Numbers( double click)

    Transaction Code LN06

    Check if the internal number range 01 (5000000000 - 5999999999) has been defined

    Once you have defined your number ranges, it is extremely difficult to change them afterwards when the objects concerned are filled with data.

    Bear in mind that you will be entering data on a long-term basis. Create your number range intervals accordingly.

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    Thanks and Regards,

    Sateesh.Kandula

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