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  • Título SAP Extended Warehouse Management: Processes, Functionality, and Configuration
  • Autor M. Brian Carter, Frank-Peter Bauer, Jörg Lange, Tim Dalm, Christoph Persich
  • Idioma Inglés
  • Editorial SAP PRESS
  • Edición Primera
  • Año de publicación 2010
  • Género del libro Informática
  • Subgéneros Computación

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SAP Extended Warehouse Management: Processes, Functionality, and Configuration

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CARACTERÍSTICAS

— Título: SAP Extended Warehouse Management: Processes, Functionality, and Configuration
— Editorial: SAP PRESS
— Autores: M. Brian Carter, Frank-Peter Bauer, Jörg Lange, Tim Dalm, Christoph Persich
— Idioma: Inglés
— Edición: Primera
— Año: 2010
— ISBN: 978-1-59229-577-7
— Páginas: 847


DESCRIPCIÓN

This is the definitive guide to SAP EWM with SCM covering everything from a general functional overview to detailed system set-up and configuration guidelines. You’ll learn about the key capabilities of the EWM solution; explore the configuration elements available in the standard solution; discover the methods used to solve common business process requirements; and find out how to extend the solution to meet your more complex or unique business requirements.

— The complete reference to SAP EWM
— Your one-stop resource, from capabilities to detailed system setup and configuration guidelines
— Understand the difference between SCM EWM and Extended Warehouse Management in SAP ERP


TABLA DE CONTENIDO

• Acknowledgments
• 1 Introduction to SAP Extended Warehouse Management
— 1.1 Background and History
— 1.2 The Evolution of SAP WMS
— 1.3 The EWM Brand
— 1.4 Target Audience
— 1.5 Summary
• 2 Organizational Structure
— 2.1 Plants
— 2.2 Storage Locations
— 2.3 Warehouses
—— 2.3.1 Defining the Warehouse Numbers
—— 2.3.2 Integrating to DWM and EWM
—— 2.3.3 Specifying the Warehouse Management Methodology
—— 2.3.4 Delivery Split Indicators
—— 2.3.5 Connecting ERP to EWM
—— 2.3.6 Defining the Warehouse in EWM
—— 2.3.7 Assigning the Warehouse in EWM to the ERP Warehouse
—— 2.3.8 Assigning Business Partners and Supply Chain Units
— 2.4 Summary
• 3 The Warehouse Structure
— 3.1 Storage Types
—— 3.1.1 General
—— 3.1.2 Putaway Control
—— 3.1.3 Stock Removal Control
—— 3.1.4 Goods Movement Control
—— 3.1.5 Replenishment
— 3.2 Storage Sections
— 3.3 Storage Bins
—— 3.3.1 Creating Storage Bins
—— 3.3.2 Generating Storage Bins Using Storage Bin Structures
—— 3.3.3 Mass Change to Bins
—— 3.3.4 Setting Up Storage Bin Sorting
—— 3.3.5 Fixed Bin Assignments
—— 3.3.6 Creating Verification Fields
—— 3.3.7 Printing Labels for Storage Bins
— 3.4 Activity Areas
— 3.5 Doors and Staging Areas
— 3.6 Work Centers
—— 3.6.1 Work Center Layout
—— 3.6.2 Creating Work Centers
—— 3.6.3 Optimizing Work Center Determination
— 3.7 Summary
• 4 Product Master Data
— 4.1 The ERP Material Master
—— 4.1.1 Existing Views of the ERP Material Master
—— 4.1.2 WM Execution
—— 4.1.3 WM Packaging
—— 4.1.4 Integrating the ERP Material Master to EWM
— 4.2 The EWM Product Master
—— 4.2.1 General
—— 4.2.2 Properties
—— 4.2.3 Units of Measure
—— 4.2.4 Classification
—— 4.2.5 Packaging Data
—— 4.2.6 Storage
—— 4.2.7 Warehouse Data
—— 4.2.8 Slotting
—— 4.2.9 Storage Type Data
— 4.3 Summary
• 5 Other Warehouse Master Data
— 5.1 Business Partner Data
—— 5.1.1 Customers
—— 5.1.2 Vendors
—— 5.1.3 Employees
—— 5.1.4 Plants
—— 5.1.5 Other Business Partner Roles
— 5.2 Supply Chain Units (SCUs)
—— 5.2.1 Maintaining SCUs
—— 5.2.2 Assigning SCUs to the Warehouse
—— 5.2.3 Using SCUs in Transportation
—— 5.2.4 Assigning Calendars to SCUs
— 5.3 Master Data for Transportation
—— 5.3.1 Prerequisite Configuration
—— 5.3.2 Transportation Hierarchy
—— 5.3.3 Transportation Lanes
—— 5.3.4 Transportation Zones
—— 5.3.5 Transportation Routes
—— 5.3.6 Carriers as Business Partners
—— 5.3.7 Carrier Profiles
— 5.4 Packaging Materials
— 5.5 Packaging Specifications
—— 5.5.1 Structure of the Packaging Specification
—— 5.5.2 Creating a Packaging Specification
—— 5.5.3 Activating the Packaging Specification
—— 5.5.4 Distributing Packaging Specifications
—— 5.5.5 Determination of Packaging Specifications
— 5.6 Production Master Data
—— 5.6.1 Creating Production Supply Areas
—— 5.6.2 Mapping Production Supply Areas
—— 5.6.3 Assigning Bins for Production Supply
— 5.7 Resources
—— 5.7.1 Resource Types
—— 5.7.2 Execution Priorities
—— 5.7.3 Resource Groups
—— 5.7.4 Queues
—— 5.7.5 Queue Sequences
—— 5.7.6 Queue Types
—— 5.7.7 Queue Type Sequences
—— 5.7.8 Standard Bin (or “Start Bin)”
—— 5.7.9 Tracking the Current Storage Bin
—— 5.7.10 Maintaining Users
—— 5.7.11 Resource Execution Constraints (RECs)
—— 5.7.12 Processors
—— 5.7.13 Presentation Devices
— 5.8 Summary
• 6 Warehouse Stock Management
— 6.1 Quants
—— 6.1.1 Definition of a Quant
—— 6.1.2 Adding To Existing Quants
—— 6.1.3 Displaying Quants
—— 6.1.4 Stock Visibility on Storage Bins, Resources, and Transportation Units
—— 6.1.5 Physical Stock and Available Stock, Incoming and Outgoing Stock
—— 6.1.6 Logistics Inventory Management Engine (LIME)
— 6.2 Stock Types
— 6.3 Owner
— 6.4 Party Entitled to Dispose
—— 6.4.1 Stocks from a Single Plant in One Warehouse
—— 6.4.2 Stocks from Several Plants in One Warehouse
—— 6.4.3 Background on the Party Entitled to Dispose
—— 6.4.4 Link between Custodian, Party Entitled to Dispose, and Owner
— 6.5 Batch Management
—— 6.5.1 Batch Management in EWM
—— 6.5.2 Batches in the Goods Receipt Process
—— 6.5.3 Batches in Goods Issue Process
— 6.6 Documentary Batch Management
—— 6.6.1 Distribute Documentary Batch Management Settings to EWM
— 6.7 Serial Number Management
—— 6.7.1 Setting Up Serial Number Profiles
—— 6.7.2 Serial Numbers in Delivery Processing
—— 6.7.3 Provisional Serial Numbers
—— 6.7.4 Serial Numbers in Warehouse Tasks
—— 6.7.5 Serial Numbers in the Warehouse Management Monitor
—— 6.7.6 General Settings for Using Serial Numbers in EWM
— 6.8 Handling Unit Management
—— 6.8.1 Structure of an HU Hierarchy
—— 6.8.2 Packaging Materials
—— 6.8.3 Empty HUs in EWM
—— 6.8.4 Printing HUs
—— 6.8.5 Smart Forms Available in EWM Standard for Printing HUs
—— 6.8.6 PPF Framework and Condition Maintenance for HU Printing
—— 6.8.7 Status Management
—— 6.8.8 Unique Identification of HUs Using Serialized Shipping Container Code (SSCC) Numbers
— 6.9 Transportation Units
— 6.10 Stock Identification
—— 6.10.1 Creation of Stock Identification
—— 6.10.2 Deletion of a Stock Identification
—— 6.10.3 Use of Stock Identification
—— 6.10.4 Splitting a Stock Identification
— 6.11 Shelf-Life Expiration Date Control
—— 6.11.1 Master Data for SLED Control
—— 6.11.2 SLED Control in Goods Receipt Process
—— 6.11.3 SLED Control in Goods Issue Process
—— 6.11.4 Monitoring SLED of Warehouse Stock
— 6.12 Catch Weight Management
—— 6.12.1 Activating CWM per Product
—— 6.12.2 Integration of CWM into the EWM Processes
—— 6.12.3 Integration of CWM into the EWM Delivery Process
—— 6.12.4 Integration of CWM to Physical Inventory
— 6.13 Tracking Country of Origin
—— 6.13.1 Country of Origin without Batch Management
—— 6.13.2 Country of Origin with Batch Management
— 6.14 Stock Determination and Valuation
—— 6.14.1 Stock Determination
—— 6.14.2 Stock Valuation
— 6.15 Special Stocks
—— 6.15.1 Sales Order Stock
—— 6.15.2 Project Stock
— 6.16 Summary
• 7 Warehouse Document Types
— 7.1 Inbound Delivery Documents
— 7.2 Outbound Delivery Documents
— 7.3 Warehouse Tasks
—— 7.3.1 Product Warehouse Tasks
—— 7.3.2 Handling Unit Warehouse Tasks
—— 7.3.3 Yard Warehouse Tasks
— 7.4 Warehouse Orders
—— 7.4.1 The Warehouse Order Concept
—— 7.4.2 Warehouse Order Creation Rules
—— 7.4.3 Warehouse Orders for Physical Inventory Documents
— 7.5 Waves
— 7.6 Physical Inventory Documents
— 7.7 Value-Added Service Orders
— 7.8 Stock Transfers and Posting Changes
— 7.9 Quality Inspection Documents
— 7.10 Summary
• 8 Integration from ERP to EWM
— 8.1 Basic System Setup
— 8.2 Master Data Integration
— 8.3 Delivery Integration
— 8.4 Purchase Order and Production Order Integration
—— 8.4.1 Pulling Expected Goods Receipts into EWM from ERP
—— 8.4.2 Pushing Expected Goods Receipts from ERP to EWM
— 8.5 Summary
• 9 Inbound Processing
— 9.1 Goods Receipt Notification
—— 9.1.1 Goods Receipt Notification Based on Advance Shipping Notice
—— 9.1.2 Goods Receipt Notification for Purchase Order/Production Order
—— 9.1.3 Setup for Inbound Delivery Processing
— 9.2 Truck Arrival and Yard Management
—— 9.2.1 Setting Up Yard Management
— 9.3 Goods Receipt Preparation
—— 9.3.1 Administrative Goods Receipt Based on ASNs
—— 9.3.2 Administrative Goods Receipt Based on EGRs
— 9.4 Unloading and Goods Receipt
—— 9.4.1 Unloading
—— 9.4.2 Visual Inspection and Completeness Check
—— 9.4.3 Posting Goods Receipt
— 9.5 Putaway Processing
—— 9.5.1 Process-Oriented Storage Control for Inbound Processes
—— 9.5.2 Layout Oriented Storage Control for Inbound Processes
—— 9.5.3 Combined Storage Control for Inbound Processing
—— 9.5.4 Quality Inspection in Inbound Processes
—— 9.5.5 Deconsolidation
—— 9.5.6 Value Added Services
—— 9.5.7 Putaway
— 9.6 Slotting
— 9.7 Quality Management in EWM
—— 9.7.1 Quality Inspection Engine Architecture
—— 9.7.2 Quality Inspection Engine Data
—— 9.7.3 Counting
— 9.8 Summary
• 10 Outbound Processing
— 10.1 Outbound Delivery Creation
—— 10.1.1 Outbound Processing for Sales Orders
—— 10.1.2 Direct Outbound Delivery Process
— 10.2 Overview of Outbound Processing in the Warehouse
— 10.3 Route Determination
—— 10.3.1 Executing the Route Determination
—— 10.3.2 Setting Up Route Determination
— 10.4 Details of Warehouse Process Steps
—— 10.4.1 Warehouse Process Type Determination
—— 10.4.2 Wave Management
—— 10.4.3 Warehouse Order Creation during Outbound Processes
—— 10.4.4 Storage Type Determination
—— 10.4.5 Stock Removal Strategies
—— 10.4.6 Storage Control in the Outbound Processes
—— 10.4.7 Picking Execution — Optimization of Picking
—— 10.4.8 Execution with Picking List
—— 10.4.9 Execution with Mobile Devices
—— 10.4.10 Cancelling Picking
—— 10.4.11 Pick Denial
—— 10.4.12 Pick, Pack, and Pass
—— 10.4.13 Pick Point Handling
—— 10.4.14 Packing
—— 10.4.15 Door and Staging Area Determination
—— 10.4.16 Loading, Shipping, and Freight Order Management
—— 10.4.17 Freight Order Management
—— 10.4.18 Invoice Before Goods Issue
—— 10.4.19 Posting Goods Issue
— 10.5 Summary
• 11 Production Supply
— 11.1 Organizational Structure for Production Supply
—— 11.1.1 Single EWM Warehouse
—— 11.1.2 Separate EWM Warehouse
—— 11.1.3 Non-EWM-Managed Storage Location
—— 11.1.4 Configuring the Organizational Structure for Production Supply
— 11.2 Setting Up the Integration to Production
— 11.3 Executing the Production Supply
—— 11.3.1 Production Staging
—— 11.3.2 Executing the Picks for Production
—— 11.3.3 Goods Issue and Backflushing
— 11.4 Summary
• 12 Internal Warehouse Movements
— 12.1 Replenishment
—— 12.1.1 Planned and Unplanned Replenishment
—— 12.1.2 Configuration for Replenishment
—— 12.1.3 Planned Replenishment
—— 12.1.4 Order-Related Replenishment
—— 12.1.5 Crate Part Replenishment
—— 12.1.6 Direct Replenishment
—— 12.1.7 Automatic Replenishment
— 12.2 Rearrangement
—— 12.2.1 Additional General Configuration for Rearrangement
—— 12.2.2 Master Data for Determination of Optimal Storage Bins
—— 12.2.3 Execution of Rearrangement
—— 12.2.4 Alerts for Rearrangement
— 12.3 Ad Hoc Moves
—— 12.3.1 RF Creation and Execution of Ad Hoc Warehouse Tasks
— 12.4 Posting Changes
— 12.5 Summary
• 13 Configuring Multistep Warehouse Movements
— 13.1 Introduction
—— 13.1.1 Storage Control in Inbound
—— 13.1.2 Storage Control in Outbound
—— 13.1.3 Storage Control for Warehouse Internal Movements
— 13.2 Process-Oriented Storage Control
—— 13.2.1 Definition of Storage Process
— 13.3 Layout-Oriented Storage Control
— 13.4 Summary
• 14 Physical Inventory
— 14.1 Introduction
— 14.2 Physical Inventory Process
— 14.3 Physical Inventory Objects
—— 14.3.1 Physical Inventory Documents
—— 14.3.2 Physical Inventory Areas
—— 14.3.3 Difference Analyzer
—— 14.3.4 Physical Inventory Using External Systems
—— 14.3.5 Stock Comparison to ERP
—— 14.3.6 Posting Differences Automatically
— 14.4 Supported Methods for Physical Inventory
—— 14.4.1 Ad Hoc Physical Inventory
—— 14.4.2 Annual Physical Inventory
—— 14.4.3 Low Stock Check (Storage Bin Specific)
—— 14.4.4 Putaway Physical Inventory
—— 14.4.5 Cycle Counting
—— 14.4.6 Storage Bin Check
— 14.5 Integration to Resource Management
— 14.6 Monitoring the Physical Inventory Progress
— 14.7 Summary
• 15 Warehouse Monitoring and Reporting
— 15.1 Warehouse Management Monitor
—— 15.1.1 Overview of the Warehouse Monitor
—— 15.1.2 Personalizing the Warehouse Monitor
— 15.2 Easy Graphics Framework
—— 15.2.1 Enhancing the Warehouse Cockpit
— 15.3 Graphical Warehouse Layout
— 15.4 Warehouse Reporting
—— 15.4.1 Overview of EWM BW integration
—— 15.4.2 EWM-Specific Reporting Content
—— 15.4.3 BW Objects for Reporting
—— 15.4.4 Extraction Process
—— 15.4.5 Reporting Tools
— 15.5 Summary
• 16 Exception Handling
— 16.1 Configuring Exception Codes
—— 16.1.1 Technical Information about EWM Exception Codes
—— 16.1.2 Defining a New Exception Code
— 16.2 Using Exception Codes
— 16.3 Managing Stock Transport Order (STO) Exceptions
—— 16.3.1 Background and Overview of STOs
—— 16.3.2 General Customizing for STO Discrepancies
—— 16.3.3 General Customizing for STO Discrepancies
—— 16.3.4 Carrier Responsibility
—— 16.3.5 Shipper Responsibility
—— 16.3.6 Correction Delivery for the Shipping Warehouse to Clear Difference
— 16.4 Managing Exceptions at Cross-Docking
— 16.5 Confirmation Corrections
— 16.6 Summary
• 17 Cross-Docking
— 17.1 Transportation Cross-Docking (TCD)
—— 17.1.1 Cross-Docking Routes
—— 17.1.2 TCD Storage Locations
—— 17.1.3 Integration of TCD into EWM Stock Processing
—— 17.1.4 TCD for Contract Packagers
—— 17.1.5 Additional Remarks about TCD
— 17.2 EWM-Triggered Opportunistic Cross-Docking
—— 17.2.1 Variants of Opportunistic Cross-Docking
—— 17.2.2 Activating Opportunistic Cross-Docking
— 17.3 Merchandise Distribution
— 17.4 Push Deployment and Pick From Goods Receipt
—— 17.4.1 Putaway Delay at Goods Receipt in EWM
—— 17.4.2 Integration of PD and PFGR into the EWM Storage Control
— 17.5 Summary
• 18 Yard Management
— 18.1 Yard Management Structure
— 18.2 Transportation Units and Vehicles
—— 18.2.1 Creating Transportation Units
—— 18.2.2 Other Functions of the Transportation Unit UI
—— 18.2.3 Creating Vehicles
—— 18.2.4 Other Functions of the Vehicle UI
— 18.3 Check-In and Check-Out
— 18.4 Yard Movements
— 18.5 Monitoring the Yard
— 18.6 Interfacing Yard Data to ERP
— 18.7 Summary
• 19 Value-Added Services (VAS)
— 19.1 Configuration and Master Data for VAS
—— 19.1.1 Configuration for VAS
—— 19.1.2 Master Data for VAS
— 19.2 VAS Order Creation
— 19.3 VAS Integration in Warehouse Processes
—— 19.3.1 VAS for Outbound Process
—— 19.3.2 Using the VAS Work Center and VAS Execution
—— 19.3.3 Effort Codes and Consumption of Auxiliary Materials
—— 19.3.4 VAS for Inbound Processes
—— 19.3.5 VAS for Internal Processes
— 19.4 Summary
• 20 Kitting
— 20.1 Kit to Order using ERP Sales Orders
—— 20.1.1 Kit to Order at a Work Center Using VAS Orders
—— 20.1.2 Kit to Order at a Work Center without VAS Orders
—— 20.1.3 Kit to Order During Picking
— 20.2 Kit to Stock
—— 20.2.1 Kit to Stock Using an ERP Production Order
—— 20.2.2 Kit to Stock Initiated from VAS Orders in EWM
— 20.3 Reverse Kitting
— 20.4 Summary
• 21 Labor Management
— 21.1 Activating Labor Management
— 21.2 Master Data for Labor Management
—— 21.2.1 Processors
—— 21.2.2 Formulas and Conditions
— 21.3 Engineered Labor Standards
—— 21.3.1 Determining Engineered Labor Standards
—— 21.3.2 Uploading Engineered Labor Standards
— 21.4 Direct Labor Activities
—— 21.4.1 Capturing Start and End Times
—— 21.4.2 Travel Distance and Travel Time
— 21.5 Indirect Labor Activities
—— 21.5.1 Creating Indirect Activity Types
—— 21.5.2 Entering Indirect Activities on the GUI
—— 21.5.3 Entering Indirect Activities on a Mobile Device
— 21.6 Calculating Workload for Planning
—— 21.6.1 Assigning the Planning Activity Area
—— 21.6.2 Calculating the Planned Workload
—— 21.6.3 Preprocessing
—— 21.6.4 Viewing Planned Workload in the Warehouse Monitor
—— 21.6.5 Operational Planning
—— 21.6.6 Loading Planning and Simulation Results
— 21.7 Employee Performance
—— 21.7.1 Creating the Employee Performance Documents
—— 21.7.2 Efficiency versus Utilization
—— 21.7.3 Viewing Calculated Results on Mobile Devices
—— 21.7.4 Viewing Employee Performance in the Warehouse Monitor
— 21.8 Summary
• 22 Data Capture and Resource Optimization
— 22.1 Overview of Data Capture Methods for Warehousing
— 22.2 Technical Mobile Data Capture Integration
— 22.3 Resource Management and Warehouse Optimization
—— 22.3.1 Users
—— 22.3.2 Resources
—— 22.3.3 Queues
—— 22.3.4 Resource Groups
—— 22.3.5 Resource Types
— 22.4 System-Guided Processing
—— 22.4.1 Monitoring of the Resources
— 22.5 RF Framework
—— 22.5.1 Advantages of the EWM RF Framework
—— 22.5.2 Setup of the RF Framework
—— 22.5.3 Enhancing the EWM RF Transactions
—— 22.5.4 Personalization of the EWM RF Transaction
— 22.6 Comparison of the Mobile Online User Interface Technologies
—— 22.6.1 SAP Console
—— 22.6.2 SAP Web SAPConsole
—— 22.6.3 SAP ITSmobile
—— 22.6.4 SAP ABAP and Java Web Dynpro
—— 22.6.5 Third-Party Integration
—— 22.6.6 Windows Terminal Server and Citrix Integration
— 22.7 Integration of the Other Technologies
—— 22.7.1 Pick-by-Voice Integration
—— 22.7.2 RFID Integration
— 22.8 Summary
• 23 Integration with Other Applications
— 23.1 Integration with CRM
—— 23.1.1 Business Partners
—— 23.1.2 Outbound Orders and Deliveries
—— 23.1.3 CRM Sales Order Status Updates
—— 23.1.4 Returns Order Processing
— 23.2 Integration with SNC
—— 23.2.1 Integration with ASNs
—— 23.2.2 Integration of Return ASNs
— 23.3 Integration with SPP
—— 23.3.1 Demand and Forecast Data for Slotting
—— 23.3.2 Inbound Receipts for Vendor Purchases
—— 23.3.3 Inbound and Outbound Deliveries for Stock Transfers
—— 23.3.4 Kit to Stock
— 23.4 Integration with Global ATP
— 23.5 Integration with Global Trade Services (GTS)
— 23.6 Integration with Other Applications
— 23.7 Integration with BW
— 23.8 Master Data Integration
— 23.9 Integration with Inventory Management (IM)
—— 23.9.1 Adjustments from Inbound and Outbound Deliveries
—— 23.9.2 Posting Changes
—— 23.9.3 Physical Inventory Adjustments
—— 23.9.4 Comparing and Synchronizing Inventory
— 23.10 Integration with Purchasing
—— 23.10.1 Transfer of ASNs and Inbound Deliveries
—— 23.10.2 Downloading Expected Receipts for Purchase Orders
—— 23.10.3 Inbound Delivery Creation in EWM
— 23.11 Integration with ERP Sales and Distribution
—— 23.11.1 Integrating Deliveries from ERP to EWM
—— 23.11.2 Processes Supported Using ERP SD
— 23.12 Integration with PP
—— 23.12.1 Production Receiving
—— 23.12.2 Production Supply
—— 23.12.3 Kit to Stock
— 23.13 Integration with Finance
—— 23.13.1 Goods Movements
—— 23.13.2 Material Valuation
—— 23.13.3 VAS Billing
— 23.14 Integration with HR
—— 23.14.1 Employee Data
—— 23.14.2 Performance Data
— 23.15 Integration with Material Flow Systems
— 23.16 Integration with Warehouse Subsystems
—— 23.16.1 Integration with Warehouse Control Units
—— 23.16.2 Integration with Voice Picking Systems
— 23.17 Summary
• 24 Post-Processing Framework (PPF) and Form Printing
— 24.1 Overview of the PPF
— 24.2 Administration of the PPF
—— 24.2.1 Defining Action Profiles and Actions
—— 24.2.2 Condition Configuration
— 24.3 Printing in EWM Using PPF
— 24.4 Summary
• 25 Authorizations and Roles and Data Archiving
— 25.1 Authorizations and Roles
—— 25.1.1 The Authorization Concept
—— 25.1.2 Control of Authorizations for EWM
—— 25.1.3 Standard Roles Delivered with EWM
— 25.2 Data Archiving
— 25.3 Summary
• 26 Deploying Extended Warehouse Management
— 26.1 Deployment Options for EWM
—— 26.1.1 Deploying EWM on SCM
—— 26.1.2 Deploying EWM on ERP
—— 26.1.3 The Standard Connection to ERP
—— 26.1.4 Connecting EWM to Older Releases of ERP
—— 26.1.5 Connecting EWM to a Non-SAP ERP
—— 26.1.6 Deploying EWM in a Mixed Warehousing Environment
—— 26.1.7 EWM Sizing and Deciding How Many Servers to Deploy
—— 26.1.8 Deciding Where to Position Your EWM Servers
—— 26.1.9 High Availability for EWM
— 26.2 Automatic Configuration
—— 26.2.1 BC Sets for EWM Configuration
—— 26.2.2 Executing and Troubleshooting BC Sets
— 26.3 Data Loads
—— 26.3.1 Loading Business Partners
—— 26.3.2 Loading Products
—— 26.3.3 Loading Storage Bins
—— 26.3.4 Loading Storage Bin Sorting
—— 26.3.5 Loading Packaging Specifications
—— 26.3.6 Loading Stock
—— 26.3.7 Loading Labor Management (LM) Data
— 26.4 Summary
• 27 Conclusion
— 27.1 What We Covered
— 27.2 Key Learnings
— 27.3 The Future of EWM
— 27.4 Next Steps
• Abbreviations
• The Authors
• Index


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