SAP EWM9.5

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SAP Extended Warehouse Management (EWM) is used to efficiently manage inventory in the Warehouse and for supporting processing of goods movement. It allows the company to control their Warehouse inbound and outbound processes and movement of goods in the Warehouse.

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Description

EWM9.5TOPICS LIST

Overview

Organization Units

Warehouse Number

Storage Type

Different types of Storage Types

Storage type Roles

Storage Section

Storage Bin

Attributes of Storage Bin

Activity Areas

Structure of Activity Area

Integration of Activity Area

Quant

Doors

Difference between EWM & WM

Growth of WM & EWM

NO Warehouse Management

Lean Warehouse Management

Warehouse Management

De-Central Warehouse Management

Extended Warehouse Management

ERP/EWM System landscape

SAP EWM Processes

Master Data & Basic System Configuration

ERP SYSTEM CONFIGURATION

Configure SAP EWM-Specific Parameters

Name Logical System

Assign Logical System to Client

Specify SAP APO Release

Set up RFC destinatio

Define queue for Transfer to EWM

Distribution Model

Generate distribution model

Assign Warehouse number to Warehouse number of decentralized SCM system

EWM System Configuration

Map warehouse number from ERP to EWM

Check ERP-EWM Configuration

Master Data

Material Master

Material Master Data transfer

Material or Product master views created only in EWM

Vendor Master / Business Partne

Packaging Specification

Structure

Packing Process that uses Packaging Specification master data

Configuration

Activity Area Configuration

Queue Configuration

Storage Bins

Creation Storage Bin

Taking stock/Putaway in Storage Bins

Blocking Storage Bins from Put-Away

Stock Transfer between storage Bins

Mass Change Storage Bins

Warehouse Order Creation Rule (WOCR), Activity Area (AA) & QUEUE

Maintain Sort Sequence for BIN

Warehouse Order (WOCR) related configurations

Work Center

Creation of Work Center

Stock types in EWM

SAP EWM manages stock in stock types

SAP SPM manages stock in stock types and storage locations

SAP APO manages stock in Available-to-Promise (ATP) categories

Defining Stock Types in EWM

Defining & Assigning EWM Stock types to Warehouse

Configuring Availability group for Putaway

Mapping between SAP EWM stock type and ERP stock type

Physical Inventory

Create Physical inventory document

Process Physical Inventory Document

Post the difference (Difference Analyzer)

Check the Inventory in ECC

Types of Physical Inventory

Physical Inventory for Stock Types

Physical Inventory Procedure

Process

Inbound Process (Goods Receipt)

Simple GR without handling units

Simple GR with handling units (with Deconsolidation)

Outbound Process (Goods Issue)

Inbound Process with GR & QC

Direct Consumption to Cost Centers

Expected Goods Receipt (EGR)

Scrap process

To move material from returns to scrap bin, then scrap the material

To change the status of quality to block status and then scrap the material

STO Process

VENDOR RETURN (GR REVARSAL – MVT 102)

VENDOR RETURN with PO/Outbound Delivery (Mvt 161)

Definitions

Inbound Delivery

Components of Inbound process

Inbound process documents

Warehouse Request

Warehouse Task

Ways of Creating of Warehouse Task

Pre-Defined warehouse Tasks

Handling Unit Warehouse Tasks

Product Warehouse Tasks

Warehouse Order & Warehouse order creation rules (WOCRs)

Warehouse Monitor

Display of Stock Balance

Warehouse Process Types

Warehouse process categories

Pick, Pack & Pass of Goods

Methods of Pick, Pack & Pass Goods

System Controlled

User Controlled

Staging Area and Door Determination

Determination Rule for Inbound & Outbound delivery

Outbound delivery

Outbound Process documents

Outbound delivery orders scenarios

Document (Inbound/Outbound) header

Storage Control

Process oriented Storage control

Steps for Process-Oriented storage control in inbound Processes

Steps for Process-Oriented storage control in Outbound Processes

Layout-Oriented Storage Control

YARD Management & Material Flow System

YARD Management

There are three components to yard management

Yard Structure

Checkpoint

Yard Management Business Process

YARD MOVEMENTS

Yard Management Process in Receiving

Material Flow System

Cross Docking

Cross Docking

Types of Cross Docking

EWM Triggered Opportunistic Cross Docking

Complex Putaway with Deconsolidation

Wave Management

Wave Templates

Automatic Wave Assignment

Wave Processing

Wave Processing Steps

Production Supply

Organizational Model for Production Supply

PSA Storage bins

Process of the Production Supply

Production supply process

Slotting, Re-Arrangement & Replenishment

Slotting

Slotting Process

Slotting Process details

Re-Arrangements

Example of Re-Arrangements

Replenishment

Replenishment Process

Replenishment Control Types

Planned Replenishment

Order-related Replenishment

Automatic Replenishment

Direct Replenishment

Planned Replenishment Process

Goods Issue

Stock Removal Strategies

Stock Removal Strategy supported in Goods issue process

Denial Scenario

Labor Management

Configuration of Labor Management

Functions Specific to Labor Management

Labor Management in the Warehouse Management Monitor

Labor Management is active for the following:

The transactions that require a processor and start and end times are as follows:

Labor Management Internal Process steps

Labor Management External Process steps

Travel Distance Calculation

Travel Distance Calculation Techniques

Indirect Labor

Labor Time definition

Production integrated with EWM

Solution Comparison

The advantages of PMR-based production supply are as follows:

The advantages of delivery-based production supply are as follows:

Manufacturing Integration Process

Advanced Production Integration Process

Master data for Production integration

Organizational Structures for Production

Master Data for Production (Controlled Cycles)

Clear Bins in the Production Supply Area

Quality Management Integration with EWM

Functions of QIE

Inspection Object types (IOT)

Counting

Integration of ERP QM & QIE

Block Material before GR and Send to QI

Value Added Services

Value-added Services Integration

Structure of Value-added Services

Examples of VAS Integration with Structure

Goods Receipt/Goods Issue Process with VAS Orders

Auxiliary Product Consumption Posting

Value Added Services (VAS) tasks

Kitting

Radio frequency (RF) framework

RF Framework warehouse functionality

RF Framework function Keys

Resource Management

Resource

Assignment of Warehouse Order to Resource

Goods Receipt

Basic EWM Goods receipt process

Expected goods receipt process

Storage type determination

Storage section determination

Storage bin determination

Capacity checking at Goods Receipt

Post Processing Framework (PPF)

PPF Function

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