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SAP EWM – Inbound and Outbound Delivery
In this chapter, we will discuss in detail about the Inbound and Outbound Delivery and its modules.
How to Open a Purchase Order for Inbound Query?
Go to the ERP System and create a Purchase order as shown in the following screenshot or use the command – T-code: me21
Enter the following details −
- Purchase Org
- Company Code
- Enter the material details
You can scroll to the bottom of the screen and the information is automatically filled.
Click on save at the top to save the PO and then the PO number is created.
To see this purchase order, go to the diplay tab as shown in the following screenshot or use T-code: me23.
How to Create an Inbound Delivery?
The following screenshots have been lined up to explain how to create an Inbound Delivery.
Enter the vendor and PO details.
Now you can see all the details like the shipment, stock placement, etc.
Click on the save button and you will get the confirmation.
The next step is to go to the EWM system and see that this inbound delivery notification is replicated in the EWM.
Login to the EWM system. Go to Maintain Inbound delivery notification as shown in the following screenshot.
Select the warehouse number. If you want to change the default value, click on the default value. Select the warehouse # and click on the tick mark.
Perform a search using the purchase order created in the previous step.
To perform check in, check out in EWM, go to EWM system and use T-code: /scwm/cico. You can perform checkpoint using various parameters.
You can enter the transport unit or any of these parameters and can check the Vehicle number, planned arrival and departure period, etc.
To see yard movement, you can use T-code: /scwm/ymove.
As in the previous step, you can perform a search based on various parameters. Enter the TU number and click on the Search button.
In a similar way, you can perform unload task using Transaction Code: /scwm/unload and perform a search on the TU number or any other parameters. The next step is to perform deconsolidation and put up activity.