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Table of Contents
                            Copyright
Icons in Body Text
Typographic Conventions
Integration of SAP ERP with SAP EWM
Configuration Content for SAP EWM
Information for System Administrators
System Connections
	Purpose
	Process Flow
	Result
Configuration Settings for the ERP System
	Purpose
	Prerequisites
	Process Flow
	Result
Creating an RFC User in ERP
	Use
	Procedure
Assigning a Logical System to a Client
	Use
	Procedure
Naming the Logical System for the Connection to SAP EWM
	Use
	Procedure
Specifying the SAP APO Release
	Use
	Prerequisite
	Procedure
RFC Destinations
Defining RFC Destinations in ERP
	Use
	Procedure
Determining RFC Destinations for Method Calls in ERP
	Use
	Procedure
Defining Internal Workflow Destinations
	Use
	Procedure
Setting the Target System and Queue Type
	Use
	Procedure
qRFC Monitor Settings
Maintaining qRFC Monitor (QIN Scheduler) Settings in ERP
	Use
	Procedure
Maintaining qRFC Monitor (QOUT Scheduler) Settings in ERP
	Use
	Procedure
Setting User Parameters for Data Transfer
	Use
	Procedure
Checking Basic Table Entries
	Use
	Procedure
Additional Material Master Attributes
Activating Additional Material Master Screens
	Use
	Procedure
Maintaining Additional Screen Sequences
	Use
	Procedure
Attributing Values to Additional Material Master Fields
	Use
	Procedure
Number Ranges for Deliveries
Maintaining Number Ranges for Unchecked Deliveries
	Use
	Procedure
Maintaining a Deviating Number Range for Unchecked Deliveries
	Use
	Procedure
Maintaining Number Ranges for Temporary Inbound Deliveries
	Use
	Procedure
Activating Enhancements for Service Parts Management (SPM)
	Use
	Procedure
Extended Inbound Delivery
Defining the Profile for Extended Inbound Delivery Processing (VL60) Users
	Use
	Procedure
Assigning a User for Extended Inbound Delivery Processing (VL60)
	Use
	Prerequisite
	Procedure
Assigning Warehouse Number to Plant and Storage Location
	Use
	Prerequisite
	Procedure
Assigning Shipping Points to Plants
	Use
	Procedure
Maintaining Shipping Point Assignment to Plant
	Use
	Procedure
Assigning Goods Receiving Points for Inbound Delivery
	Use
	Procedure
Organizational Structures in the ERP System
Maintaining Extended Warehouse Management-Specific Parameters
	Use
	Procedure
Defining the Queue for Extended Warehouse Management
	Use
	Procedure
Logging Sent and Received Messages
	Use
	Procedure
Registering the Navigation from the Queue
	Use
	Procedure
Generating the Distribution Model for ERP to EWM
	Use
	Procedure
Defining Delivery Split by Warehouse Number
	Use
	Procedure
Maintenance of Object and Class Types
Maintaining Object Types and Class Types in ERP
	Use
	Procedure
Maintaining Characteristics for Batches
	Use
	Procedure
Creating Classes for Batches
	Use
	Prerequisites
	Procedure
Activating Business Configuration Sets (BC Sets)
	Use
	Procedure
Configuration Settings for SAP SCM
	Purpose
	Prerequisites
	Process Flow
	Result
Creating an RFC User in SCM
	Use
	Procedure
Assigning a Logical System to a Client
	Use
	Procedure
Naming the Logical System for the Connection to SAP ERP
	Use
	Procedure
Defining RFC Destinations
	Use
	Procedure
Maintaining Business System Groups
	Use
	Procedure
Assigning Logical System and Queue Types
	Use
	Prerequisite
	Procedure
Determining RFC Destinations for Method Calls in EWM
	Use
	Procedure
Maintenance of the qRFC Monitor Settings
Maintaining qRFC Monitor (QIN Scheduler) Settings in EWM
	Use
	Procedure
Maintaining qRFC Monitor (QOUT Scheduler) Settings in EWM
	Use
	Procedure
Defining a Separate Business System
	Use
	Procedure
Defining the Business System
	Use
	Prerequisite
	Procedure
	Result
Defining Outbound Communication
	Use
	Procedure
Setting Control Parameters for the ERP Version Control
	Use
	Prerequisites
	Procedure
Checking Basic Table Entries
	Use
	Procedure
Verifying Synchronization of the ERP System and EWM
	Use
	Procedure
Delivery Processing
Defining Number Range Intervals
	Use
	Prerequisites
	Procedure
Defining the Delivery Priority
	Use
	Procedure
Defining Shipping Conditions
	Use
	Procedure
Defining Incoterms
	Use
	Procedure
Maintaining Object Types and Class Types in SCM
	Use
	Procedure
Defining Warehouse Numbers
	Use
Mapping Warehouse Numbers
	Use
	Procedure
Activating User Exits
	Use
	Prerequisites
	Procedure
Activating Business Add-Ins (BAdIs)
Activating BAdI: Inbound Processing for Location
	Use
	Procedure
Activating BAdI: Inbound Processing for Product
	Use
	Procedure
Copying BAdI Method Source Code
	Use
	Procedure
Defining Availability Groups
	Use
	Procedure
Defining the Transportation Group
	Use
	Procedure
Settings for the Logistic Inventory Management Engine (LIME)
Defining the Warehouse Management Process Type for LIME
	Use
	Procedure
Defining the Index Tables for LIME
	Use
	Procedure
Defining the Hierarchy for LIME
	Use
	Procedure
Defining Warehouse Number Ranges
	Use
	Procedure
Defining Warehouse Number Ranges for HUs
	Use
	Procedure
Checking the SAP APO Model and Planning Version
	Use
	Procedure
Data Transfer to SAP SCM via the Core Interface (CIF)
	Purpose
	Prerequisites
	Process Flow
	Result
Transferring Material Master Data
	Use
	Procedure
	Result
Activating Business Transaction Events (BTEs)
	Use
	Procedure
Configuring Change Transfers for Master Data
	Use
	Prerequisites
	Procedure
	Result
Activating ALE Change Pointers for Message Types
	Use
	Procedure
Creating the Maximum Model
	Use
	Procedure
Creating an Integration Model in the ERP System
	Use
	Procedure
Activating the Integration Model in the ERP System
	Use
	Procedure
Configuration Settings for SAP SCM after Data Transfer
	Purpose
	Prerequisites
	Process Flow
	Result
Checking Data Transfer via the Core Interface (CIF)
Creating a Supply Chain Unit for a Warehouse
	Use
	Procedure
Creating a Supply Chain Unit Hierarchy
	Use
	Procedure
Enhanching Business Partners for Warehouses
	Use
	Prerequisites
	Procedure
Assigning Warehouse Numbers
	Use
	Procedure
Mapping Storage Locations from the ERP System to EWM
	Use
	Procedure
Registering Display Programs for Application Log
	Use
	Procedure
Activating Business Configuration Sets (BC Sets)
Activating BC Sets for Delivery
	Use
	Procedure
Activating BC Sets for SAP EWM
	Use
	Procedure
Copying Warehouse Customizing Data
	Use
	Procedure
Creating Storage Bins
	Use
	Procedure
	Result
Additional Data Transfer to SAP SCM using the Core Interface (CIF)
	Purpose
	Prerequisites
	Process Flow
	Result
Modifying the Integration Model for Additional Data Transfer
	Use
	Prerequisites
	Procedure
Creating a Variant for Deleting Inactive Integration Models
	Use
	Procedure
Creating a Variant for Activating Integration Models for Background Processing
	Use
	Procedure
	Result
Scheduling Background Jobs and Specifying Start Conditions
	Use
	Prerequisites
	Procedure
	Result
Final Configuration Settings for SAP SCM
	Purpose
	Prerequisites
	Process Flow
	Result
Enhancing the Business Partner Role
	Use
	Procedure
                        
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Copyright

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Result
All named business systems are added to table /SCMB/TBUSSYS.


If you use a System Landscape Directory (SLD), you need to ensure that the
key name of the business system (BSKEY) used in SLD is the same as the one
used in table /SCMB/TBUSSYS when the Manual Maint. field is set to Flag is
Not Set.

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Defining Outbound Communication
Use
You can use this procedure to define outbound communication.

Procedure


Only refer to the procedure that describes the integration scenario relevant for
your system landscape.

Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection
In ...

1. In Customizing for SAP SCM, choose Extended Warehouse Management → Interfaces
→ ERP Integration → General Settings → Control for RFC Queue.

2. Enter or select your Business System for Outbound Queues, for example ERP_001.

3. Choose No Aggregation and Mass Queue Deactivated (=> Individual Queue).

4. Define Queue Type I for connection to the ERP system.

5. Choose Save.

Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.1 Connection
See “Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection”.

Procedure for the ERP to EWM 5.1 Connection
...

1. In Customizing, choose SCM Extended Warehouse Management → Extended
Warehouse Management → Interfaces → ERP Integration → General Settings →
Control for RFC Queue.

2. Enter or select your Business System for Outbound Queues, for example P6Q_800.

3. Choose No Aggregation and Mass Queue Deactivated (=> Individual Queue).

4. Define Queue Type I for connection to the ERP system.

5. Choose Save.

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Enhancing the Business Partner Role
Use
You can use this procedure to enhance the business partner roles for all vendors and
customers after their data has been transferred from the ERP system using the core interface
(CIF).


You should check that the necessary business partner roles have been
assigned to the business partners, whenever you transfer business partners
from the ERP system to SAP EWM. If you do not enhance the business partner
roles accordingly, SAP EWM displays warning messages.

Procedure


Only refer to the procedure that describes the integration scenario relevant for
your system landscape.

Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection
...
...

1. In SAP SCM, on the SAP Easy Access screen, call transaction BUP2.

2. In display mode, enter or select a name for the business partner in the Business
Partner field.

3. Check that the following business partner roles are available by selecting them in the
Change in BP role field:

a. Role BBP000 for vendors

b. Roles CRM000 (sold-to party) and CRM002 (ship-to party) for customers

If they are not available, you have to add them to the business partner.

4. Switch to change mode.

5. Add a role by selecting it in the Change in BP role field.

6. Enter the necessary information.

7. Save your settings.

8. To add additional roles, repeat steps number 5 to 7.

Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.1 Connection
See “Procedure for the ERP to SCM 5.0 Connection”.

Procedure for the ERP to EWM 5.1 Connection
...

1. On the SAP Easy Access screen, call transaction BUP2.

2. In display mode, enter or select a name for the business partner in the Business
Partner field.

3. Check that the following business partner roles are available by selecting them in the
Change in BP role field:

a. Role BBP000 for vendors

b. Roles CRM000 (sold-to party) and CRM002 (ship-to party) for customers

If they are not available, you have to add them to the business partner.

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4. Switch to change mode.

5. Add a role by selecting it in the Change in BP role field.

6. Enter the necessary information.

7. Save your settings.

8. To add additional roles, repeat steps number 5 to 7.

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