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Preform a sequance of tasks during GR in the warehouse using TRM

Dear Experts

I want to create a sequence of tasks to be done after the receiving of the item to the receiving area (902) till the placement to the bin like unloading, labeling,.....

So that when I execute the first task the system automatically transfer the item to another zone to perform the second task and so on for the following tasks till the placement to the final bin

So where can I create this sequence of tasks and how to activate it while receiving the item in the warehouse

Best Regards

Ahmed Bahy

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    Former Member
    Apr 10, 2012 at 02:45 PM

    Hi,

    Could you please elaborate your business requirement and if everything is done automatically how is the physical movements in the warehouse tracked ?

    Regards

    Sumanth

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    • Former Member

      hi ala

      i mean that after the task is finished and confirmed on the system by the responsible person on the system

      the thing i am asking about is how to create a sequence of followed tasks for the item to go through during the put away process

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    Former Member
    Apr 12, 2012 at 02:19 PM

    Basically the question is for example;

    Confirm the receiving task from 902 -> RC1 (interim labeling and receiving area).

    When this task is confirmed by the user, the system should automatically create a new task to move the material / pallet from RC1 -> bulk storage area.

    And I don't think this is possible with just customizing.

    However there is a BADI implementation that might fulfill your needs, check;

    Logistics Execution -> TRM -> Tools -> Add-Ins -> Create Event that follows task confirmation

    Create Event that Follows Task Confirmation, Release or Logo

    Use

    This Business Add-In (Add-In) is used in the Task and Resource Management
    (LE-TRM)
    component.

    This Add-In enables you to create an event after a change of status or
    creation of a task. Such an event may be solely updating a record in a customer
    table, or triggering an event in TRM itself (such as creating a request
    without reference). You cannot change any information and the Add-In does not
    import any data back to the program flow.

    The Add-In is called from function LTSK_TASK_LIFE_CYCLE immediately after
    task confirmation and task creation.

    The Add-In gets three parameters:

    • Task list (IT_TASK)
    • Actual data (IT_ACTUAL_WORK) - relevant only on task confirmation
    • Request item-task relations (IT_REQUEST_TASK) - relevant only on task
      creation

    Example

    After a task is confirmed, a new task is to be created without reference to a
    reference document or request. An example of such a task is moving a depleted
    pallet to a different location.

          

    Activities

      

    After you call the IMG activity, the system displays a dialog box where you
    enter a name for the implementation.

    If implementations of this Business Add-In have already been created, the
    system displays them in a dialog box. You then choose one of them by choosing
    Create, and continue as follows:

      1. In the dialog box, enter a name for the implementation of the Add-In and

    choose Create.
    The system displays the initial screen for
    creating Business Add-In implementations.

      2. On this screen, enter a short description for you implementation in the

    Implementation Short Text field.

      3. If you choose the
    Interface tab, you will notice that the
    system has filled in the Name of the Implementing Class field
    automatically, by assigning a class name based on the name of your
    implementation.

      4. Save your entries and assign the Add-In to a package.

      5. To edit a method, double-click its name.

            6. Enter your implementation code between the  method <Interface
         Name>~<Name of Method>. and endmethod. statements.

            7. Save and activate your code. Navigate back to the Change Implementation screen.

                Note: You can also create an implementation for an Add-In and not activate it until later. If             you want to do this, do not carry out the following step:

           8. Choose Activate

               When the application program is executed, the system carries out the code in the method             you wrote.

      Good luck.

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