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EDI: Can storage locations be overwritten by an inbound WHSCON (pick conf)?

Dear experts,

We have a scenario (SAP release ECC 6.0) where an existing Inbound Delivery is updated

with a WHSCON iDoc. The Inbound Delivery is manually set up and then the warehouse

sends a confirmation when the materials are put away.

The "Putaway Quantity" is updated with the iDoc but the "Batch" is not


If I use VL32N I can update the batch manually but the WHSCON iDoc does not do the job.

Do you know if it is even possible to update the "Batch" using WHSCON?

Thank you for an ideas,


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    Posted on Nov 09, 2012 at 12:57 PM


    It should be possible to update the batch if you send the batch in E1EDL24-CHARG field. What problem you are getting?



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    • Former Member Peter Wallner

      Hi Peter,

      I am afraid, the Storage Location is not mapped to target structure by default in IDOC_INPUT_DELVRY. That is why it is not getting updated. What we can do is to write a small piece of code inside the exit inside the FM and update T_KOPO internal table field LGORT from the IDOC_DATA. We can use EXIT_SAPLV55K_001/002 for this. Remember to put a check inside a exit so that it is triggered for your message type or extension.



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