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WM - Two Step Picking

Hi experts,

I have a problem with a program I'm creating.

In this program I'm doing a call transaction to LT03 for an outbound delivery.

When I do that, the message number L3 720 "2-step picking relevance will be removed since no relevant group" which is normally a Warning Message is appearing as an error message.

When I go through debugging, in the code, it also appears as a warning message, but when I execute it online it appears in red.

Does any one has an idea on that issue ?

Thanks in advance.

Best regards,

Remi

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    Posted on Jun 15, 2009 at 03:57 PM

    I think in the material master there is a config which says relevant for 2 step picking in the wm view.If a material is selected for 2 step picking then we need to create a group of outbound deliveries into a wave/group-create an allocation TO and then create an individual to for each outbound delivery.The concept of an allocation TO is to tro bring different materials from different bins and place them in a central area and then create single to's for each delivery from the central area.this will save time in creating a single to for each delivery and picking individually

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    Posted on Jun 15, 2009 at 03:57 PM

    I think in the material master there is a config which says relevant for 2 step picking in the wm view.If a material is selected for 2 step picking then we need to create a group of outbound deliveries into a wave/group-create an allocation TO and then create an individual to for each outbound delivery.The concept of an allocation TO is to tro bring different materials from different bins and place them in a central area and then create single to's for each delivery from the central area.this will save time in creating a single to for each delivery and picking individually

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      Hi,

      Thanks for your reply.

      All the materials go through a two step picking process in my business process.

      So each time I create a picking process, It is put in customizing that the field "Relevant for 2 step picking" is marked by default.

      The problem that I have is when I want to do a picking without the 2 step process.

      It is a warning standard message, and It's working fine online but when I'm doing it through function module L_TO_CREATE_DN, instead of a warning message, the systems shows it as an error message and does not let me go through the rest of the process.

      Moreover when I go through the debugging function the message is MESSAGE W720 where W is "Warning".

      I don't understand why online, the system gives me a warning message and through function module, the system gives in the code a warning message that appears as an error message on screen.

      I anyone has an idea it would help me.

      Thanks.

      Remi

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    Posted on Aug 31, 2009 at 01:53 PM

    Problem in the program.

    Solved.

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      Hi,

      My problem was that in the program, I was modifying data of the TO, and in the proper FM was considering it as an error.

      The problem is not in the message dertermination, it determines it well, the problem comes from the FM, when modifying data.

      I had to change the following code in the program in order for SAP:

      In the Call Function L_TO_CREATE_DN we had the following code in the EXCEPTIONS part:

      error_message = 16

      OTHERS = 32

      This part of the code does not come by default.

      Hope it helps.

      Regards,

      Remi

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