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Split Transfer Orders

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Can somebody help me how I achieve one-TR to many-TOs.

I will created Transfer Requirement with key information stored in “Unloading point”. Then I want to use “Processing Performance Data / TO Split” with the following steps:

1. 1. Sort the TR ascending on
- Unloading point
- Bin
No problems just create a sort profile and assign it to a “Profile split”

2. 2. Create a new TO every time a got a new Unloading point in the TR. One normal TR (say with 50 items) creates around 7 TOs.
- How shall I do the settings in “Profile for Transfer Order Splitting” to achieve this?
- Is there any user-exit where I can add more limit values than “target time, weight and volume”?

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  • Posted on Apr 17, 2012 at 03:04 PM

    In TO profile split you have weight and volume option for splitting the TO.You can achive your requirement by doing with these settings.

    SPRO-->Logistics Execution-->Warehouse Management-->Activities-->Transfers-->Processing Performance Data / TO Split-->Define Profiles

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  • Posted on Nov 13, 2012 at 03:43 PM

    Hi, I have the exact same request. Would be grateful if you can share your solution.

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