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Putaway TO creation in RF

Dear Experts,

We have a requirement to create Putaway Transfer Order in RF.

Please letus know is it possible to create Putaway TO by scanning either HU or Delivery in RF?

If so, kindly share the transaction code.

Rgds,

Shetty

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    Posted on Dec 10, 2012 at 08:35 AM

    Hello Shetty,

    do you plan to use LM* transactions for that task ? (you may browse all transactions in SE93 with LM*)

    If so, unfortunately there is no RF transaction for this.

    The idea of LM* transactions is executing existing work (like confirming open TOs), not creating work (creating TOs). TO creation is done outside RF world. You may use RLAUTA10 for TRs or WMTA message in inbound delivery for automated TO creation.

    Then you can confirm open TO either by HU. by delivery number or system guided (which is typically not useful at inbound side)

    If you really need the TO creation (for HU/inbound delivery) you may write a ZLMxx transaction calling L_TO_CREATE_DN function to get TOs.

    Regards,

    Matthias

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    • Hi Satish,

      I checked this szenario in our system. As you said, MIGO for PO with confirmation control=0004 is not possible due to missing inb.del.

      But you can use VL31N to create inb.del 4 PO with conf. control=0004. The conf.control can be set automatically depending on vendor+material relation somewhere (I think).

      Best regards,

      Matthias

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