SAP EWM: Options for entering goods receipt corrections

This is alternative approaches to the entry of goods receipt corrections in the EWM system. Why we need to do goods receipt corrections?

In some cases, you must enter corrections to the quantity of goods received even after a physical movement of goods in the warehouse or after a putaway to a final storage bin because the goods have not yet been counted at the unloading point. You may also need to enter a complete reversal of the goods receipt if you only notice at a later point that the goods receipt posting was made to the incorrect delivery item or purchase order item.

Also, it may caused by another application case in which you would need to correct the goods receipt is if an incorrect purchase order price becomes apparent only after the goods receipt has been entered. In this case, you want to clear the quantities and receive them again at the changed price without a transfer to the warehouse taking place.

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SAP EWM and SAP TM Integration Settings

How to integrate SAP Extended Warehouse Management (SAP EWM) Transportation Execution to SAP Transportation Management.

Both SAP EWM and SAP TM are part of the Supply Chain Execution Platform. Customer orders and delivery orders are generated in SAP ERP. The transportation planning is done in the SAP TM. The result of the planning is a freight order. This freight order is directly transferred to SAP EWM.

SAP EWM is responsible for operations like picking, packing, and staging from the warehouse. The goods are loaded to the truck. Once loading is complete, the transport is ready for execution and sent back to SAP TM. In SAP TM, the execution is done. After successful execution, the freight order is settled in SAP TM.

How to Configure settings to enable integration between SAP EWM and SAP TM

SAP TM must be configured to perform the following tasks:

SAP EWM and SAP TM Integration Settings

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Pick-to-Ship Cycle Time

Pick-to-ship cycle time is the number of hours from when an order is released to be picked until the time the order has been shipped. This cycle time represents elapsed time to pick an order, prepare for shipping and place with the carrier. It does not include the time in transit from shipment until delivery to the customer.