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t-codes for warehouse management

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can anybody gives the mostly used t-codes for warehouse management

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SAP WMS - Decentralized Warehouse Management System Integration Setup

You can operate the SAP Warehouse Management System (WMS) as a stand-alone decentralized system that is independent of a central Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) System.

You make the necessary settings for the ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) system within the WMS component (Warehouse Management System).

The steps are set up as a checklist and guide you through the process of configuring the system parameters.

Checklist (For those with the Table Views used transaction code SM30).

1. Customizing for "Enterprise Structure"

- Create storage location in OX09 (if necessary).

- Define warehouse number in Views V_T3001.

(you should not copy the warehouse number in the ERP system)

Activities within a warehouse, like goods movements and physical inventory, are assigned to a specific

warehouse number.

The physical warehouse where these activities take place is identified by the warehouse number.

- Assign plant/storage location to warehouse number in Views V_T320.

(Valid if the component MM-IM (Inventory Management) is implemented.)

Fields : Plant + Sloc + WhN

2. Customizing for "Decentralized WMS integration", section "Central processing" -> Application

- Activate decentralized WMS in Views V_T340DM.

- Define interface to Inventory Management in Views :-

V_156S_WM - Assign WM movement type references to IM movement types

V_T3211 - Delivery-Relevant Parameters for Reference Movement Type

V_T340DL - Delivery-Relevant Data for Warehouse Number

- Exclude stock in decentralized WMS in Views V_T321B

(if the decentralized WMS is not an SAP R/3 system)

- Finally do a consistency check for decentralised WMS in transaction OL20.

3. Customizing for "Application Link Enabling (ALE)", section "Basis Components"

Maintaining Logical Systems in Views V_TBDLS.

Assign logical system to client in Views T000.

4. Make basic settings for RFC in transaction BD97.(if necessary)

5. Customizing for "Application Link Enabling (ALE)", section "Maintain Distribution Model"

You can define the Reduce message types and Activate message types in transaction BD53.

SAP recommends that you use message types :

"MATMAS" (material master tables) and

"DEBMAS" (customer master) as a template.

Be aware that only those fields that are absolutely necessary are transferred from the master data tables in

the ERP system to the decentralized WMS.

6. Customizing for "Decentralized WMS integration", section "Central processing" -> Distribution

Use transaction OL19 to generate distribution model. As far as the application is concerned, when the model

is generated, application-specific Customizing parameters are modified or set (for example, activate

decentralized WMS).

Display or check distribution model

Generate partner profile in transaction BD82.

(you can also perform this activity using ALE Customizing)

Distribute distribution model in transaction BD64 (model view) using menu item "Edit"

If both the ERP system and the decentralized WMS are SAP R/3 systems, the distribution model should be

distributed on a central basis only, that is, via the ERP system.

7. Customizing for "Application Link Enabling (ALE)", section "Maintain Distribution Model" (transaction BD64)

Activate the change pointers for master data distribution using transactin BD61.

If necessary, reduce the message types concerned with transaction BD53.

8. Customizing for

"Logistics - General" - "Material Master" - "Tools" - "Data Transfer : Material Master" -

-> "Define required-field check for ALE/Direct Input" (Views V_T130S)

Define whether an error message should be generated in the receiving system for required fields

from the material master.

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> hi.

> can anybody gives the mostly used t-codes for warehouse management

Hi Ramachandra,

Here are a few frequently used warehouse tcodes

J1A5 - Display Warehouse Stock

LS26 - Total Stock per Material (Warehouse Management)

LS04 - Empty Storage Bins

LX01 - List of Empty Storage Bins

LX03 - Bin Status Report

LX29 - List of Fixed Storage Bins

LS26 - Total Stock per Material (Warehouse Management)

LS06 - Storage Bin Selection

LS08 - Range of Storage Bins

LX05 - In Bulk Storage

LS12 - Storage Type

LS07 - Stock Figures

LI20 - Warehouse Management

LX23 - Stock Comparison

LI01N - Create Physical Inventory Documnet Manually

LQ02 - Posting Change WM and IM

There are many more.

If you could be more specific in context of your business may be we can narrow down the results.

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Abhishek Swarup

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Dear Ramachandra,

Use transaction SE11 - ABAP Dictionary:

Fill in the Database table name and click the Display button.

- TSTC table will contain all the Tcodes and

- TSTCT table will contain all the Tcodes with Texts.

Once you entered the screen, click in Top Menu - Utilities - Table contents - Display

If you want to display all the transaction code (total - 57,048) you have to change the Fields: Maximum number of hits to 99999 (default 500).


Simply goto transaction SM01, although this tcode is to Lock/Unlock any transaction code, you can also view all the tcode available in the R/3 system from here.


Goto transaction SE93

There are two ways where you can find the list of transaction codes in SE93.

Method 1:

You must be familiar with the starting characters strings for each of the R/3 application modules.

Assuming you know that most Materials Management transaction codes start with MM.

In the Fields: Transaction code, type in MM* and press the function key F4

The list of transaction code starting with MM will be displayed.

Method 2:

On the Top Menu, click Utilities - Find - Execute and the first 500 transaction will be display.

If want to display all the tcodes, make sure you remembered to change the Fields: Maximum no. of hits right at the bottom of the screen.

I know a particular T Code and can enter and work on it. How do I know what is the menu path for that T Code?

Enter Search_SAP_Menu in the command box and when the pop box appears enter, the Tcode and it will give the nodes and menu path.

This is helpful only in case of SAP Menu not in case of SPRO - ie IMG.....

Hope this helps you.

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