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What configuration needs to be done either in ECC(S4) or EWM side to create ID in EWM, skipping IDN?

sbkumar
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Hello, 

What configuration needs to be done either in ECC(S4) or EWM side to create Inbound delivery directly in EWM, skipping the need for Inbound delivery notification document?

 

Regards

Bharath

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JuergenPitz
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Hi,

in EWM:

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But why would you want to do that? Or is that some interview question again?

Brgds

Juergen

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sbkumar
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Thank you. You guessed right.

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brittacarols
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To skip the creation of an Inbound Delivery Notification (IDN) and create an Inbound Delivery directly in Extended Warehouse Management (EWM) without ECC (SAP S/4HANA), several configurations are necessary:

1. Skip ID Creation in EWM:

  • In EWM, you need to configure the system to allow the creation of Inbound Deliveries directly without the need for an IDN. This is typically done through customizing settings.
  • Adjust the inbound delivery process configuration to skip the ID creation step. This could involve defining process types or adjusting existing ones.

2. ECC (S4) Configuration:

  • Ensure that the necessary settings in ECC (S4) are in place to trigger the direct creation of Inbound Deliveries in EWM.
  • This might involve adjusting the integration settings between ECC (S4) and EWM, ensuring that the relevant message types and interfaces are configured appropriately.

3. Master Data Setup:

  • Ensure that the required master data, such as material master, vendor master, and storage location data, are maintained correctly in both ECC (S4) and EWM systems.
  • Any necessary master data replication configurations between ECC (S4) and EWM need to be set up to ensure consistency.

4. Inbound Delivery Process Configuration:

  • Configure the inbound delivery process in EWM to handle the direct creation of inbound deliveries without IDNs.
  • This might involve adjustments to existing inbound delivery document types, determination rules, and other relevant settings.

5. Testing and Validation:

  • After making the necessary configurations, thoroughly test the process to ensure that inbound deliveries can be created directly in EWM without encountering any issues.
  • Validate the end-to-end process to ensure that data flows smoothly between ECC (S4) and EWM, and that all relevant documents are generated as expected.
JuergenPitz
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OK, what engine is that? ChatGPT?
Andreas_Mergler
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Britta, a specific question should not be answered by generic answer. SBKUMAR is looking for screenshots of relevant system settings - got those at hand?