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Can packaging material decide what HU type will be created in SAP EWM

Hello gurus,

Can you please advice if packaging material can dictate what HU type that can be created with this packaging material in SAP EWM?

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    Posted on Oct 26, 2017 at 07:35 AM

    Hi,

    yes, of course it does.

    WM Packaging view of your packaging material:

    Brgds

    Juergen

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    • Hi Jürgen

      for my packaging material I could not add the view "WM Packaging" View. So that my inbound delivery stucks in the queue bc of the packaging material which does not have a HU Type.

      Where do I need to maintain the HU Type as I cannot add the WM Packaging view in mm02.

      Thank you

  • Posted on Nov 07, 2019 at 07:41 AM

    "for my packaging material I could not add the view "WM Packaging" View."

    "Could not add" does not exist. If you do not have this view, your customizing is incomplete. Check for the BC Set /SPE/MATERIAL_SCREENS.

    "So that my inbound delivery stucks in the queue bc of the packaging material which does not have a HU Type."

    That should not cause that the delivery is stuck. I do not think that the HU Type is a requirement (but I might be wrong).

    Brgds

    Juergn

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