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SAP EWM is a component of SAP offer Chain Management like Warehouse Management System, however it provides additional strong and advanced options to manage key activities in a very warehouse.SAP EWM is employed to expeditiously manage inventory in a very Warehouse and for supporting process of products movement. It permits any company to regulate their Warehouse’s arriving and outward-boundprocesses and movement of products within the Warehouse.



EWM 9.4 Course Content


1.1 Organization Units

1.1.1 Warehouse Number

1.1.2 Storage Type Different types of Storage Types Storage type Roles

1.1.3 Storage Section

1.1.4 Storage Bin Attributes of Storage Bin

1.1.5 Activity Areas Structure of Activity Area Integration of Activity Area

1.1.6 Quant

1.1.7 Doors

1.2 Difference between EWM & WM

1.3 Growth of WM & EWM

1.3.1 NO Warehouse Management

1.3.2 Lean Warehouse Management

1.3.3 Warehouse Management

1.3.4 De-Central Warehouse Management

1.3.5 Extended Warehouse Management

1.4 ERP/EWM System landscape

1.5 SAP EWM Processes

  1. Master Data & Basic System Configuration


2.1.1 Configure SAP EWM-Specific Parameters

2.1.2 Name Logical System

2.1.3 Assign Logical System to Client

2.1.4 Specify SAP APO Release

2.1.5 Set up RFC destination

2.1.6 Define queue for Transfer to EWM

2.1.7 Distribution Model

2.1.8 Generate distribution model

2.1.9 Assign Warehouse number to Warehouse number of decentralized SCM system

2.2 EWM System Configuration

2.2.1 Map warehouse number from ERP to EWM

2.2.2 Check ERP-EWM Configuration

2.3 Master Data

2.3.1 Material Master Material Master Data transfer Material or Product master views created only in EWM

2.3.2 Vendor Master / Business Partner

2.3.3 Packaging Specification Structure Packing Process that uses Packaging Specification master data

  1. Configuration

3.1 Activity Area Configuration

3.2 Queue Configuration

3.3 Storage Bins

3.3.1 Creation Storage Bin

3.3.2 Taking stock/Putaway in Storage Bins

3.3.3 Blocking Storage Bins from Put-Away

3.3.4 Stock Transfer between storage Bins

3.3.5 Mass Change Storage Bins

3.4 Warehouse Order Creation Rule (WOCR), Activity Area (AA) & QUEUE

3.4.1 Maintain Sort Sequence for BIN

3.4.2 Warehouse Order (WOCR) related configurations

3.5 Work Center

3.5.1 Creation of Work Center

  1. Stock types in EWM

4.1 SAP EWM manages stock in stock types

4.2 SAP SPM manages stock in stock types and storage locations

4.3 SAP APO manages stock in Available-to-Promise (ATP) categories

4.4 Defining Stock Types in EWM

4.5 Defining & Assigning EWM Stock types to Warehouse

4.6 Configuring Availability group for Putaway

4.7 Mapping between SAP EWM stock type and ERP stock type

  1. Physical Inventory

5.1 Create Physical inventory document

5.2 Process Physical Inventory Document

5.3 Post the difference (Difference Analyzer)

5.4 Check the Inventory in ECC

5.5 Types of Physical Inventory

5.6 Physical Inventory for Stock Types

5.7 Physical Inventory Procedure

  1. Process

6.1 Inbound Process (Goods Receipt)

6.1.1 Simple GR without handling units

6.1.2 Simple GR with handling units (with Deconsolidation)

6.2 Outbound Process (Goods Issue)

6.3 Inbound Process with GR & QC

6.4 Direct Consumption to Cost Centers

6.5 Expected Goods Receipt (EGR)

6.6 Scrap process

6.6.1 To move material from returns to scrap bin, then scrap the material

6.6.2 To change the status of quality to block status and then scrap the material

6.7 STO Process


6.9 VENDOR RETURN with PO/Outbound Delivery (Mvt 161)

  1. Definitions

7.1 Inbound Delivery

7.1.1 Components of Inbound process

7.1.2 Inbound process documents

7.2 Warehouse Request

7.3 Warehouse Task

7.3.1 Ways of Creating of Warehouse Task

7.3.2 Pre-Defined warehouse Task Handling Unit Warehouse Tasks Product Warehouse Tasks

7.4 Warehouse Order & Warehouse order creation rules (WOCRs)

7.5 Warehouse Monitor

7.5.1 Display of Stock Balance

7.6 Warehouse Process Types

7.6.1 Warehouse process categories

7.7 Pick, Pack & Pass of Goods

7.7.1 Methods of Pick, Pack & Pass Goods System Controlled User Controlled

7.8 Staging Area and Door Determination

7.8.1 Determination Rule for Inbound & Outbound delivery

7.9 Outbound delivery

7.9.1 Outbound Process documents

7.9.2 Outbound delivery orders scenarios

7.10 Document (Inbound/Outbound) header

  1. Storage Control

8.1 Process oriented Storage control

8.1.1 Steps for Process-Oriented storage control in inbound Processes

8.1.2 Steps for Process-Oriented storage control in Outbound Processes

8.2 Layout-Oriented Storage Control

  1. YARD Management & Material Flow System

9.1 YARD Management

9.2 There are three components to yard management

9.3 Yard Structure

9.4 Checkpoint

9.5 Yard Management Business Process


9.7 Yard Management Process in Receiving

9.8 Material Flow System

  1. Cross Docking

10.1 Cross Docking

10.2 Types of Cross Docking

10.3 EWM Triggered Opportunistic Cross Docking

  1. Complex Putaway with Deconsolidation
  2. Wave Management

12.1 Wave Templates

12.2 Automatic Wave Assignment

12.3 Wave Processing

12.4 Wave Processing Steps

  1. Production Supply

13.1 Organizational Model for Production Supply

13.2 PSA Storage bins

13.3 Process of the Production Supply

13.4 Production supply process

  1. Slotting, Re-Arrangement & Replenishment

14.1 Slotting

14.2 Slotting Process

14.3 Slotting Process details

14.4 Re-Arrangements

14.4.1 Example of Re-Arrangements

14.5 Replenishment

14.6 Replenishment Process

14.7 Replenishment Control Types

14.7.1 Planned Replenishment

14.7.2 Order-related Replenishment

14.7.3 Automatic Replenishment

14.7.4 Direct Replenishment

14.8 Planned Replenishment Process

  1. Goods Issue

15.1 Stock Removal Strategies

15.2 Stock Removal Strategy supported in Goods issue process

15.3 Denial Scenario

  1. Labor Management

16.1 Configuration of Labor Management

16.2 Functions Specific to Labor Management

16.3 Labor Management in the Warehouse Management Monitor

16.4 Labor Management is active for the following:

16.5 The transactions that require a processor and start and end times are as follows:

16.6 Labor Management Internal Process steps

16.7 Labor Management External Process steps

16.8 Travel Distance Calculation

16.9 Travel Distance Calculation Techniques

16.10 Indirect Labor

16.11 Labor Time definition

  1. Production integrated with EWM

17.1 Solution Comparison

17.2 The advantages of PMR-based production supply are as follows:

17.3 The advantages of delivery-based production supply are as follows

17.4 Manufacturing Integration Process

17.5 Advanced Production Integration Process

17.6 Master data for Production integration

17.6.1 Organizational Structures for Production

17.6.2 Master Data for Production (Controlled Cycles)

17.7 Clear Bins in the Production Supply Area

  1. Quality Management Integration with EWM

18.1 Functions of QIE

18.2 Inspection Object types (IOT)

18.3 Counting

18.4 Integration of ERP QM & QIE

18.5 Block Material before GR and Send to QI

  1. Value Added Services

19.1 Value-added Services Integration

19.2 Structure of Value-added Services

19.3 Examples of VAS Integration with Structure

19.4 Goods Receipt/Goods Issue Process with VAS Orders

19.5 Auxiliary Product Consumption Posting

19.6 Value Added Services (VAS) tasks

19.7 Kitting

  1. Radio frequency (RF) framework

20.1 RF Framework warehouse functionality

20.2 RF Framework function Keys

  1. Resource Management

21.1 Resource

21.2 Assignment of Warehouse Order to Resource

  1. Goods Receipt

22.1 Basic EWM Goods receipt process

22.2 Expected goods receipt process

22.3 Storage type determination

22.4 Storage section determination

22.5 Storage bin determination

22.6 Capacity checking at Goods Receipt

  1. Post Processing Framework (PPF)

23.1 PPF Function


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