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Goods issue for Production order (261) with serial numbers - eWM

We are setting up an eWM solution and want to interface to the ERP-PP component. But we have issues when posting goods issue to production orders with movementtype 261, where we cant get the serial numbers to be transferred from eWM to ERP when executing the issue.

The standard flow for non-serialized materials is that when the goods issue is posted on ECC and outbound delivery is created, and replicated to eWM where it is automatically processed. From eWM a goods issue message is then posted back to ECC to complete the process.

But for serialized materials it seems not to work, or perhaps we dont understand the process.

Do you have the same issue, and how have you solved this?

Kind regards

B. Jakobsen

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  • Posted on Dec 01, 2011 at 03:16 PM

    Hi,

    how did you setup your serial number profile in EWM? Remember, there are two SN profiles, in ERP and in EWM (and the one for EWM needs to be defined in EWM as well as in ERP and should be assigned to the material in ERP). And also check if the SN is part of the Quantity Offsetting Profile for your document.

    Best regards

    Juergen

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    Posted on Dec 07, 2011 at 11:51 PM

    Hi

    Did you check service marketplace? Check the following notes. 1029330 and 1047465. Hope it could lead to what you were looking for. I have seen that serial nos are being passed on to IM from WM. Check the BADI 'LE_WM_INV_WM_IM' to see if that would help.

    Thanks

    Anandha

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