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SCM 5 IDES : what about EWM ?

Hello All,

Is-it possible to have EWM data for SCM 5 IDES ?

EWM seems to be empty for EWM in IDES SCM 5.

Where I can find IDES description of the content of SCM 5 IDES ?

Thank you very much,

A. D

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    Posted on Jun 04, 2008 at 06:24 AM

    You have to activate the BC-sets for EWM to the customizing entries for the standard warehouse 0001. The below mentioned list shows the implementations structure:

    SCWM/BASIC_WHS_INDEP

    __ /SCWM/BASICS

    ____ /SCWM/DLV_STANDARD

    ____ /SCWM/INVENTORY

    ____ /SCWM/SN

    ____ /SCWM/PROCESS

    ______ /SCWM/VAS

    ______ /SCWM/DLV_VAS

    ______ /SCWM/DLV_KIT

    ______ /SCWM/WA_PROCESS

    ______ /SCWM/WE_PROCESS

    ______ /SCWM/RES

    ______ /SCWM/QM => Do 'Generate Inspection Object Types Version' first in customizing

    __ /SCWM/EHS_DG

    Each element must be activated in the following order. Afterwards you still need to do some manual settings for CIF, master data ect.

    I hope above mention helps you.

    Br, Steen Kronborg

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Yes, it is for SCM EWM. Try to enter e.g. enter any of the BC sets SCPR20 and activate. In case you still experience errors could you tell me your support package level of the SCM box?

      Please note that I missed /SCWM/BASICS in the ealier reply.

      Br, Steen

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