SAP-EWM/Packaging Specification to split the OBD picking task in to Pallet qty and Box qty

 

Introduction:

Assume a business case in where same product is put away in storage bins as PALLETS and BOXES . But system shows always in base unit of measurement like in each.

 

Now warehouse requirement is like, In the out bound side whenever Picking WT create for this product, system should split WT as per PALLET qty and BOXES.

To better understand this, follow the below example:

 

Product X- Β Β Β 1 PALLET = 1000 EA,

1 BOX= 100 EA means 1 PALLET = 10 BOXES.

 

In the bin 01-01-01 assume stock of X is available in PALLETS and BOXES physically but system shows in base UOM as EACH.

 

Assume OBD line item qty for X is 1200 EA qty (business requirement is split this 1200 qty in two tasksΒ  ( 1000 qty for 1 PALLET pick for WT1 and 2 BOXES to pick for WT2)

 

To achieve above requirement, follow below steps.

 

  1. Configuration of packaging specification for WT split according to the level set.
  2. Create Packaging specification.
  3. Testing

 

  1. A) Configurations required:

1.Define Number Range for Packaging Specification

Path:

SPRO- IMG- SCM Extended warehouse management- Extended warehouse management- Master data- Packaging specification- Define number range for packaging specification.

 

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  1. Define General Packaging Specification Parameters

Path:

SPRO- IMG- SCM Extended warehouse management- Extended warehouse management- Master data- Packaging specification- Define General Packaging Specification Parameters

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  1. Define Packaging Specification Group

Path:

SPRO- IMG- SCM Extended warehouse management- Extended warehouse management- Master data- Packaging specification- Define Packaging Specification Group

 

  1. Define Level Type

Path:

SPRO- IMG- SCM Extended warehouse management- Extended warehouse management- Master data- Packaging specification- Maintain Structure of Packaging Specification- Define Level Type

 

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  1. Define Element Type

Path:

SPRO- IMG- SCM Extended warehouse management- Extended warehouse management- Master data- Packaging specification- Maintain Structure of Packaging Specification- Define Element Type

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  1. Define Level Set

Path:

SPRO- IMG- SCM Extended warehouse management- Extended warehouse management- Master data- Packaging specification- Maintain Structure of Packaging Specification- Define LevelΒ  set.

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  1. Define Work Step Type

Path:

SPRO- IMG- SCM Extended warehouse management- Extended warehouse management- Master data- Packaging specification- Maintain Structure of Packaging Specification- Define Work Step Type.

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  1. Define Packaging Material Types

Path:

SPRO- IMG- SCM Extended warehouse management- Extended warehouse management- Master data- Packaging specification- Maintain Structure of Packaging Specification- Define packaging material type.

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  1. Assign Packaging Material Type to Element Type

Path:

SPRO- IMG- SCM Extended warehouse management- Extended warehouse management- Master data- Packaging specification- Maintain Structure of Packaging Specification- Assign Packaging Material type to Element type.

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  1. Assign Work Step Type to Packaging Material Type

 

Path:

SPRO- IMG- SCM Extended warehouse management- Extended warehouse management- Master data- Packaging specification- Maintain Structure of Packaging Specification- Assign Work Step Type to Packaging Material Type

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In easy access maintain work step & Element group in transaction -/N/SCWM/PSWORKSTEP & /N/SCWM/PSEG.

Assumed standard 0WHT condition technique is in place.( check standardΒ  Field catalogs, Condition Tables, Access sequence , Condition Types and determination procedures).

 

B)

11.Maintain packaging specification /N/SCWM/PACKSPEC

Use condition technique: 0WHT

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First level type

here 1 BOX =100 EA.

 

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Second level type

Here 1 PALLET = 10 BOXES = 1000 EACH.

 

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Testing

1.create Sales order and create OBD in VL01n as shown below for 1200 qty

T1

T1

2. Process this OBD in EWM in transaction called-/N/SCWM/PRDO

T3

T3

 

Create Picking WT as below:

t4

t4

 

 

t2

t2

 

In Above Screen you can clearly see system split 1200 qty in to one full pallet pick qty-1000 as WT1 to Β & 200 qty as 2 boxes pick as WT2 . This happened because of Packaging Specification.

 

Conclusion: so with condition technique 0WHT we can create a pack spec and we can able to get Split WT as per pallets & Box qty.

Regards

Rohela Khan.

Original Article:
https://blogs.sap.com/2023/02/10/sap-ewm-packaging-specification-to-split-the-obd-picking-task-in-to-pallet-qty-and-box-qty/

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