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what means of transfer requirment?

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<a href="">SD TOR</a>

OR stands for Transfer of Requirements this is basically used to Transfer your material

requirement to MRP. That is the main job of TOR.

While Availability Check is Carried out at Sales order Level Availability Check is used to find the availability of the QTY in stock and based on your requirement you can block or give a proposed Date of Availability

U can Customize this in IMG --> SD --> Basic Funct --> avail chk and TOR

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This is a document that serves to plan goods movements using the Warehouse Management System (WMS).

By differentiating between the planning and execution of a goods movement, you can recognize immediately whether a goods movement needs to be still executed (transfer requirement is open), is currently being executed (transfer order is created), or is completed ( transfer order is confirmed).


On the one hand, transfer requirements are used to pass on information on goods movements that are posted in Inventory Management (MM-IM) to the Warehouse Management System (WMS). You can, however, also use transfer requirements for the following purposes:

To initiate goods movements in WMS

To initiate material replenishment for production storage bins in the production supply areas using the Production Planning (PP) component

To call up transfer requirement reports in order to get an overview of all pending goods movements

On the basis of existing transfer requirements, the Warehouse Management System creates transfer orders, which, in turn, serve to execute the physical goods movements in the warehouse.

The system updates the transfer requirement:

When you create, confirm or cancel a transfer order

When you cancel a goods receipt or goods issue posting in Inventory Management (MM-IM) before the respective transfer order was generated in the Warehouse Management System (WMS).

In this case, the system automatically reduces the transfer requirement quantity by the quantity to be canceled, or it deletes the transfer requirement altogether if the entire requirement quantity is to be canceled.


A transfer requirement consists of a transfer requirement header with general information and one or several transfer requirement items with material information (see the section Creating Transfer Requirements).

The transfer requirement contains all the necessary information on a planned goods movement.

What should be moved?

Which quantity should be moved?

When should it be moved?

The planning date is important for further automatic processing.

Which transfer type is the basis of the goods movement?

Each goods movement in the warehouse is classified by a transfer type indicator. This key differentiates between:

A stock putaway

A stock pick

A stock transfer

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TOR means transfer of requirements for having a availability check so TOR would happen before than your availability check.

The transfer of requirements ensures that the goods are available in time for the delivery

For e.g a customer has ordered 100 goods but you have only 50 in stock so TOR would determine that you have to manufacture or procure goods so that they are available at the time of delivery.

There is a configuration for TOR under basic functions in SD which has requirement class,requirement type.

TOR is related to the availability thry requirement class.You have to check the availability field in the requirement class.

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