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SAP WM Online Training


Warehouse Management System – WMS

  • A warehouse complex is represented in the Warehouse Management system as a warehouse number.
  • A warehouse can be assigned to several plants.
  • Several warehouses can be assigned to one plant via a separate storage location.

Plant + Storage Location = Warehouse

  • Introduction to WMS and Overview in SAP
  • Enterprise Structure / Master Data
  • Putaway Strategy
  • Removal Startegy
  • Degine WM Movement Type
  • Integration to IM-MM and Print
  • Warehouse Activity Monitor
  • On hand Training
  • Revision and an Rusiness Process Total Duration


Enterprise Structure

  • Creating Storage Location for WM
  • Defining Warehouse Number

Master Data

  • Selecting Control Parameters for Warehouse Number
  • Defining Storage Type
  • Defining Storage Sections
  • Defining Storage Bin Types
  • Defining Blocking Reasons
  • Creating Storage Bin Structure
  • Defining Storage Type Indicators
  • Defining Storage Unit Types
  • Defining Storage Section Indicators
  • Defining Number Ranges
    • Defining Number Ranges for Warehouse Management
    • Defining Number Range for Transfer Requirement
    • Defining Number Range for Transfer Order
    • Defining Number Range for Quants
    • Defining Number Range for Posting Changes
  • Defining Number Ranges for Physical Inventory
    • Defining Number range intervals for Inventory
  • Strategies
    • Activate Storage Type Search
    • Activating Storage Unit Type Check
  • Hazardous Materials
    • Master Data
    • Define Fire-Containment Sections
    • Define Hazardous Material Warning
    • Define Aggregate States
    • Define Region Codes
    • Define Storage Classes
  • Strategies
    • Activate Hazardous Material Management
  • Activities
        • Creating Requirements Categories
        • Defining Shipment Types
        • Defining Spool Parameter for Transfer Order Printing
        • Defining Transfer Order Print Indicator
        • Assigning Movement Types for Warehouse Management
        • Defining Stock Transfers and Replenishment Control
        • Setting Up Automatic Transfer Order Creation
        • Generating Interim Storage Bins
        • Defining Difference Indicators
        • Defining Print Program per Warehouse Number
        • Interfaces1
        • Defining Movement Type MM-IM to LE-WM (LVS)
        • Enterprise Structure2

    Defining MM-IM Storage Location vs. LE-WM Sales Defining Connection WM-SD Assigning Picking Locations Tools Activating Warehouse Activity Monitor Objects Defining Critical Parameters Warehouse Activity Monitor Creating Variants for Selection Programs Scheduling Job Warehouse Monitoring


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