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Query about tcode to use

Dear EHS Expert,

Can somebody provide me a link or any reference on how EHS is connected to SD to be able to print MSDS please? Is there a lot of configurations needed in the SD side?

May I know also what tcode to use to generate the MSDS assuming it is triggered already by executing an outbound delivery (with PGI)? Thank you.

Kind regards,

Mark

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    Feb 21, 2013 at 07:13 AM

    Hi Mark

    SD ,MM and EHS has Relation in several instances

    If we are taken Report Shipping Function(MSDS) along with Sales Order or With sales order(Incase of Sample shipping).

    In MM While creation of Material if It is Hazardeous Nature as per Regulation we will assign the DG Checks .

    For example : - we have to ship the above material which have Hazardeous Nature , so at the time of sales order creation ( with or with out order reference in case of sample shipping) in SD with below mentioned T.Codes

    T Code for Sales order creation with order Reference(VLO1N)

    T Code for Sales order creation with out order Reference(VLO1N) .. Incase of sample shipping.

    while creation of Sales order automatically it will trigger to EHS for Reports , in EHS in Report Management Function(T.Code : CVD1) the report will be triggered for Acceptance for EHS person, once you accept that report will be ship along with material.

    Thank you

    Balajee

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    Feb 21, 2013 at 07:24 AM

    Hi Mark,

    Can somebody provide me a link or any reference on how EHS is connected to SD to be able to print MSDS please?

    To Answer your first question, YES - there is strong linkage between EHS & SD Module, to be specific for Product Safety Module.

    EHS has linkage to SD via Report Shipping, for Global Label Management and even for SVT ( Substance Volume Tracking )

    As of now, it seems that, you are interested in Report Shipping process.

    Is there a lot of configurations needed in the SD side?


    YES, there is Entire Gamut of Customization involved to activate MSDS Report Shipping.

    Please find the below Product Safety Implementation Guide which will give you brief idea about the process.

    http://help.sap.com/printdocu/core/Print46c/en/data/pdf/EHSSAF/LOSEC.pdf

    OR

    http://help.sap.com/erp2005_ehp_06/helpdata/en/08/57c004197f11d286fc080009b98822/content.htm?frameset=/en/a7/288aa30a6c11d28a220000e829fbbd/frameset.htm

    May I know also what tcode to use to generate the MSDS assuming it is triggered already by executing an outbound delivery (with PGI)? Thank you.

    Apart from knowing the Tcode, I recommend you to first work upon the product safety customization part. Following T.codes must be useful to you in overall report shipping process

    --> CVD1, CG54, CG50, CG02BD, VL02N, SM37, CG02

    Moreover, you also can refer previous SDN Forums. There are couple of threads available on this topic to start with and get insight of the same.

    Regards

    Amol

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    • Dear Mark

      your picture shows that your symbol is "green"; this does have a special meaning in WWI layout. Therefore it does not work properly. The used symbol would retrieve the material name of a material assigned to the specification if used properly.

      Refer to your parallel thread: http://scn.sap.com/thread/3320974

      C.B.

      PS: pay attention. the WWI check is not the "best" one. Some "real" errors are not detected by the tool; they will come up only later in generating the report; WWI is "very" tricky to use

      Therefore in your case it gives as return value: "no error". This is correct; "Green Texts" is allowed but is "special" in WWI

      Remove the symbol and start from scratch. Try to use e.g. something like:

      <13BNG001(+:01GESTRSUBID)>¶

      <01GESTRIDENT(I:NAM,TRIV,)>

      <01GESTRIDENT(I:NUM,CAS,)>

      <Data>

      <Data>

      <Data>

      <13ENG001>¶

      (do not paste that in your layout; do it "right" by using the WWI functionality

      E.g. <01GESTRIDENT(I:NUM,CAS,)> is quite good as well (as long as you have maintained on specification level one CAS number)

      C.B.