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Contents

Warehouse Management 0-1
Course Goals 0-2
Course Objectives 0-3
Course Content 0-4
Course Overview Diagram 0-5
Main Business Scenario 0-6
Logistics Execution Overview 1-1
Logistics Execution Overview: Overview Diagram 1-2
Logistics Execution Overview: Business Scenario 1-3
Logistics Execution Overview: Topic Objectives 1-4
Integration Process 1-5
Overview 1-6
Warehouse Management 1-7
Logistics Execution Overview: Topic Objectives 1-9
Goods Receipt Process 1-10
Process for Stock Placement 1-11
Planning a Movement 1-12
Transfer Requirement Information 1-13
Steps for Stock Placement 1-14
Transfer Order Information 1-15
Screen Sequence in Transfer Order Creation 1-16
Palletization Notices 1-17
Transfer Order Confirmation 1-18
Logistics Execution Overview: Topic Objectives 1-19
The Goods Issue Process 1-20
Steps for Stock Removal 1-21
Transfer Requirement Information 1-22
Steps for Stock Removal 1-23
Transfer Order for Stock Removal 1-24
Data Entry Help for Stock Removal 1-25
Printing a Transfer Order 1-26
Change Destination Bin 1-27
Cancel Transfer Order 1-28
Logistics Execution Overview: Unit Summary 1-29
Logistics Execution Overview – Exercises 1 1-30
Logistics Execution Overview – Solutions 1 1-35
Logistics Execution Overview – Exercises 2 1-37
Logistics Execution Overview – Solutions 2 1-40
Warehouse Management Structure 2-1
Warehouse Management Structure: Course Overview Diagram 2-2
WM Structure: Business Scenario 2-3

Warehouse Management Structure: Objectives 2-4
Example of a Physical Warehouse Structure 2-5
Warehouse Structure in the System 2-6
Storage Bins and Quants 2-7
WM-System Hierarchy 2-8
Examples of a (Physical) Warehouse Structure 2-9
The Warehouse Structure in the IM System 2-10
Possible Structure with the WM System (1-1) 2-11
Possible Structure with the WM System (1-2) 2-12
Possible Structure with the WM System (2) 2-13
Possible Structure with the WM System (3) 2-14
Organization Structures in the Warehouse 2-15
Warehouse Level Data 2-16
Storage Type Level Data 2-17
Copying a Warehouse 2-18
Warehouse Management Structure: Unit Summary 2-19
Warehouse Management Structure – Exercises 1 2-20
Warehouse Management Structure – Solutions 1 2-22
Master Data 3-1
Master Data: Course Overview Diagram 3-2
Master Data: Business Scenario 3-3
Master Data: Topic Objectives 3-4
Master Data 3-5
Storage Bin Data 3-6
Creating Storage Bins Automatically 3-7
Define Sort Sequence for Placement / Removal 3-8
Master Data: Topic Objectives 3-9
Material Data 3-10
Views in a Material Master Record 3-11
Screens in a Material Master 3-12
Palletization Data 3-13
Units of Measure 3-14
Master Data: Unit Summary 3-15
Master Data – Exercises 1 3-16
Master Data – Solutions 1 3-18
Master Data – Exercises 2 3-21
Master Data – Solutions 2 3-23
Integration with Inventory Management 4-1
Integration with Inventory Management: Course Overview Diagram 4-2
Integration with IM: Business Scenario 4-3
Integration with Inventory Management: Objectives 4-4
Inventory Management/WM Interface 4-5

Interim Storage Area Search 4-6
Interim Storage: Bin Types 4-7
Transfer Order Storage Type Search – Placement 4-8
Transfer Order Storage Type Search – Removal 4-9
TO Processing Overview 4-10
Automatic Creation of Transfer Orders 4-11
Integration with IM: Unit Summary 4-12
Integration with Inventory Management – Exercises 4-13
Integration with Inventory Management – Solutions 4-15
Goods Receipt 5-1
Goods Receipt: Business Scenario 5-3
Goods Receipt: Objectives 5-4
Capacity Check 5-5
Capacity Usage Based on the Material 5-6
Capacity Check based on the SUT 5-7
Capacity Check based on material and SUT (1) 5-8
Capacity Check based on material and SUT (2) 5-9
Handling Differences 5-10
Difference Indicator 5-11
2 Step Confirmation 5-12
Pre-allocated Stock Check 5-13
Storage Type Search Control 5-14
Storage Section Search Control 5-15
Variable Control by Storage Unit Type 5-16
Special Movement Indicator 5-17
Stock Placement Control 5-18
Stock Placement Strategy 5-19
Manual Bin 5-20
Fixed Bin (F) 5-21
Near Fixed Bin (K) 5-22
Addition to Existing Stock (I) 5-23
Pallet Strategy (P) 5-24
Storage Bin Section Definition 5-25
Open Storage (C) 5-26
Next Empty Bin (L) 5-27
Bulk Storage (B) 5-28
Transfer Order and Multiple Printing 5-29
Setting Up Printing 5-30
Goods Receipt: Unit Summary 5-31
Goods Receipt – Exercises 5-32
Goods Receipt – Solutions 5-34
Goods Issue 6-1

Goods Issue: Course Overview Diagram 6-2
Goods Issue: Business Scenario 6-3
Goods Issue: Objectives 6-4
Full Stock Removal Options 6-5
Stock Removal Control 6-6
Stock Removal Strategy 6-7
FIFO (F) 6-8
LIFO (L) 6-9
Partial Quantities First (A) 6-10
Large/Small Quantities (M) 6-11
Cascadable through Quantity Rounding – M 6-12
Picking Strategy for Fixed Bins (P) 6-13
Shelf Life Expiration Date (H) 6-14
Stringent FIFO (***) 6-15
Goods Issue: Summary 6-16
Goods Issue – Exercises 6-17
Goods Issue – Solutions 6-19
Posting Changes 7-1
Posting Changes: Business Scenario 7-3
Posting Changes: Objectives 7-4
Stock Transfer / Transfer Posting 7-5
Bin to Bin Transfer 7-6
Create TO from Stock List 7-7
Material to Material / Change in Batch 7-8
Posting Change: Material Number 7-9
Stock Transfer/Transfer Posting (II) 7-10
Stock Transfer / Posting Change: Plant to Plant 7-11
Posting Changes During Stock Placement 7-12
Transfer Posting: Initiated in WM 7-13
Customizing Posting Changes WM/IM 7-14
Posting Changes: Summary 7-15
Posting Changes – Exercises 1 7-16
Posting Changes – Solutions 1 7-18
Posting Changes – Exercises 2 7-20
Posting Changes – Solutions 2 7-22
Posting Changes – Exercises 3 7-23
Posting Changes – Solutions 3 7-25
Production Integration 8-1
Production Integration: Course Overview Diagram 8-2
Production Integration: Business Scenario 8-3
Production Integration: Topic Objectives 8-4
Scenario for WM Staging 8-5

Production Order Process Review 8-6
Production Supply Area 8-7
Control Cycle 8-8
Material Staging Indicators 8-9
Production Storage Bins 8-10
Material Supply 8-11
Decreasing the Quantity during TO Creation 8-12
Supply to Production Storage Bins 8-13
Usage posting 8-14
System Definition 8-15
Distinctive Features for Repetitive Orders 8-16
Standard Reports 8-17
Production Integration: Topic Objectives 8-18
Scenario for KANBAN Replenishment 8-19
KANBAN 8-20
KANBAN Replenishment Strategy with WM 8-21
Setup of KANBAN Replenishment 8-22
Production Integration: Summary 8-23
Production Integration – Exercises 1 8-24
Production Integration – Solutions 1 8-29
Production Integration – Exercises 2 8-32
Production Integration – Solutions 2 8-35
Delivery Processing 9-1
Delivery Processing: Course Overview Diagram 9-2
Delivery Processing: Business Scenario 9-3
Delivery Processing: Objectives 9-4
Overview of Shipping Process and WM 9-5
Picking Process 9-6
Transfer Order for Outbound Delivery 9-7
Creation of Groups in the Delivery Monitor 9-8
Two-Step Picking 9-9
Transfer Order Splitting 9-10
Creation of TOs: WMTA 9-11
Delivery Processing: Summary 9-12
Delivery Processing – Exercises 1 9-13
Delivery Processing – Solutions 1 9-15
Delivery Processing – Exercises 2 9-17
Delivery Processing – Solutions 2 9-19
Replenishment 10-1
Replenishment: Course Overview Diagram 10-2
Replenishment: Business Scenario 10-3
Replenishment: Objectives 10-4

Replenishment for Fixed Storage Bins 10-5
Replenishment for Fixed Bins: Batch Report 10-6
Planned Replenishment 10-7
Creating TOs Automatically for TRs 10-8
Replenishing Random Bin Management: TR/TO 10-9
Replenishment: Summary 10-10
Replenishment – Exercises 1 10-11
Replenishment – Solutions 1 10-13
Replenishment – Exercises 2 10-15
Replenishment – Solutions 2 10-16
Physical Inventory 11-1
Physical Inventory: Course Overview Diagram 11-2
Physical Inventory: Business Scenario 11-3
Physical Inventory: Objectives 11-4
Inventory Methods 11-5
Inventory Process 11-6
Enjoy in Warehouse Management Inventory 11-7
Continuous Inventory 11-8
Cycle Counting 11-9
Cycle Counting Time Interval 11-10
Inventory Based on First Stock Placement 11-11
Zero Stock Check 11-12
Zero Stock Check as Inventory 11-13
Inventory Sampling Procedure 11-14
Physical Inventory: Summary 11-15
Physical Inventory Processes with WM – Exercises 11-16
Physical Inventory Processes with WM – Solutions 11-20
Conclusion 12-1
Course Objectives 12-2
Recommended Follow-up Courses 12-3
Recommended Follow-up Activities 12-4
Warehouse Management Structure – Exercises 2 12-5
Warehouse Management Structure – Solutions 2 12-8

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