Warehouse Management (WM) 事务代码大全(一)

5 Warehouse Management (WM)

LB01

Create Transfer Requirement

This transaction is used to create a warehouse transfer requirement. The initial
screen requires the user to enter a warehouse number and a WM movement type that
allows a manual transfer requirement to be created. The detail screen allows the
user to enter the plant and storage location details as well as line item
details such as material, quantity and batch number.

LB02

Change Transfer Requirement

This transaction allows the user to change an existing transfer requirement. The
initial screen requires a warehouse number and a transfer requirement number.
The transaction will then display the details of the transfer requirement, from
which the user can view the line details and change the transfer requirement
quantity.

LB03

Display Transfer Requirement

This transaction is used to display the details of a transfer requirement. The
initial screen requires a warehouse number and a transfer requirement number.
The transaction will then display the details of the transfer requirement, such
as the material, quantity, plant, and storage location.

LB10

Display Transfer Requirement: List for Storage Type

This transaction is used to provide the user with a list of transfer
requirements for a specific source or destination storage type. The initial
screen allows the user to enter a warehouse number, source storage type or a
destination storage type. The output can be restricted by entering a value for
shipment type. The user can determine whether to see transfer requirements with
a status of open, partially delivered, or completed.

LB11

Display Transfer Requirement: List for Material

This transaction is used to provide the user with a list of transfer
requirements for a specific material. The output can be restricted by entering a
value for plant, storage location, batch, shipment type, stock category, and
special stock. The user can determine whether to see transfer requirements that
have been completely processed.

LB12

Process Material Document

This transaction is used to process an inventory management material document
and the subsequent warehouse transfer order. The transaction requires the
material document number and the material document year. The transaction
processes the inventory management movement first and then completes the
warehouse movement.

LI01N

Create System Inventory Record

This transaction is used to create a warehouse count document. The initial
screen requires a warehouse number and storage type to be entered. The user can
opt to enter a planned count date, an inventory reference, and an inventory
method. The subsequent screen allows the entry of a number of storage bins to be
counted and the name of the counter, if known.

LI02N

Change System Inventory Record

This transaction is used to change a warehouse count document. The initial
screen requires a warehouse and the count document number to be entered. The
detail screen shows the existing storage bins to be counted; these bins can be
either or new storage bins can be added to the count document.

LI03N

Display System Inventory Record

This transaction is used to display a warehouse count document. The initial
screen requires a warehouse and the count document number to be entered. The
detail screen shows all the storage bins to be counted as well as a count date
and name of the counter, if entered.

LI04

Print Inventory List

This transaction allows activated count documents to be printed. The user can
enter the warehouse number, the count document number, and the printer to be
used. The user does have options for how the document is to be printed, such as
print in landscape, print immediately, delete after output, etc.

LI05

Inventory History for Storage Bin

This transaction is used to show the inventory count documents that have been
relevant for a specific storage bin. The initial screen requires the warehouse
number, storage type and storage bin. The output shows the count documents for
that specific storage bin, including the material number, count date and
inventory document status, for example counted, cleared, and not counted.

LI06

Change View “Block/Unblock Storage Type for Annual Inv”

This transaction is used to block storage types when an annual inventory is
being performed. For each warehouse and storage type combination, the user can
manually enter a block on the entire storage type for stock placement and stock
removal.

LI11N

Enter Inventory Count

This transaction is used to enter the count for a warehouse count document. The
user can enter a warehouse number and a warehouse count document number. The
transaction will allow the user to enter a quantity for the material in the bin.
If the count document indicates that the bin is empty, but the user finds
material in the bin, the found material quantity can be added into the warehouse
count document.

LI12N

Change Inventory Count

This transaction allows a user to change the count details of a warehouse count
document. The user is required to enter the warehouse number and count document.
The transaction shows the line items in the count document and the user can
change the counted quantity or flag the line as zero.

LI13N

Display Inventory Count

This transaction allows a user to display the count details of a warehouse count
document. The user is required to enter the warehouse number and count document.
The transaction shows the line items in the count document, such as the storage
bin, material, batch, plant, counted quantity, and quant number.

LI14

Start Recount

This transaction is used to start a recount for a specific count document. The
user is required to enter the warehouse number and count document. In addition,
the user can enter a percentage that would be allowed between the book quantity
and the counted quantity. For example if 2% is entered then the recount would
not require any more processing if the deviation were less than 2%. Instead of a
percentage, the user can also enter a specific value for an allowed deviance,
for example, $50.

LI20

Clear Inventory Differences WM

This transaction is performed to clear any inventory differences in a warehouse
count document. The user is required to enter the warehouse number and count
document. The user can enter a variance in percentage, under which the
difference is cleared or enter a specific value, for example, $50. The
transaction will show the line items, including the value difference between the
book value and the counted value. Each line can be selected and the differences
be written off.

LI21

Clearing of Differences in Inventory Management

This transaction is similar to LI20, but instead of clearing WM differences, it
deals with inventory management differences. The user is required to enter the
warehouse number and the interim storage type where the WM differences have been
posted. The transaction will post the WM difference—logically existing in the
interim storage type—in the IM system, so the warehouse totals and IM totals are
the same.

LICC

Execute Inventory with Cycle-Counting Method and by Quants

This transaction is used to execute cycle counting for a warehouse and a
material or range of materials. The initial screen requires a warehouse number
and a material or range of materials to be entered. The output screen shows the
storage bins to be counted with a comment, such as overdue, and a new physical
inventory date. The user can activate the documents from the output screen.

LL01

Warehouse Activity Monitor

This transaction is used to execute the warehouse activity monitor. The
warehouse entered must be configured to have active warehouse activity monitor
objects. The activity monitor gives the user the option to see unconfirmed
transfer orders, open transfer requirements, open posting change documents, open
deliveries, negative stocks, stock in interim storage types, and critical stock
in production.

LLVS

SAP Easy Access Warehouse Management

This transaction is used to display the warehouse management menu. The menu
offers the user a number of options such as master data transactions, transfer
requirement transactions, transfer order transactions, physical inventory
transactions, posting change transactions, and report transactions.

LM00

Logon to RF

This is the standard SAP transaction for the logon for mobile data entry. The
transaction can be performed on the SAP system or a mobile data entry device.
The standard logon requires a warehouse number to be entered.

LM01

Dynamic Menu

This is the transaction for RF devices that shows the standard menu layout. The
standard menu options offered are inbound process, outbound process, stock
transfer, internal warehouse processes and inquiries. This can be modified for a
user’s specific mobile data entry needs.

LM02

Putaway by Storage Unit

This is the transaction for RF devices that allows a storage unit to be putaway.
The transaction requires that a storage unit be entered on the mobile device.
The transaction will show the details and allow the user to process the putaway.

LM03

Putaway by Transfer Order

This is the transaction for RF devices that allows a putaway for a transfer
order. The transaction requires a transfer order number be entered. The
transaction shows the source bin for the transfer order, which has to be
confirmed on the mobile device and then the destination bin is selected and
confirmed by the user.

LM04

Putaway – System Guided

This is the transaction for RF devices where the system processes the putaway
for a transfer order according to specific sorting criteria.

LM05

Picking by Transfer Order

This is the transaction for RF devices that is used for the picking of a
transfer order. The transaction requires a transfer order number be entered. The
transaction shows the source bin for the transfer order which has to be
confirmed on the mobile device and then the destination bin is selected and
confirmed by the user.

LM06

Picking by Delivery

This is the transaction for RF devices that is used for the picking of a
delivery. The user is required to enter an outbound delivery number for this
transaction.

LM07

Picking – System Guided

This is the transaction for RF devices where the system processes the picking of
a transfer order according to specific sorting criteria.

LM09

Putaway by Delivery

This is the transaction for RF devices that is used for the putaway of a
delivery. The user is required to enter a delivery number for this transaction.

LM11

Posting Changes

This is the transaction for RF devices where the system processes a posting
change transfer order according to specific sorting criteria.

LM12

Material Inquiry

This is the transaction for RF devices where a user can make a material inquiry.
The transaction requires a material number, plant and storage type to be
entered. The user can select a number of options, such as sort by storage bin
location, sort by goods receipt date, and sort by expiration date.

LM13

Clustered Putaway

This is the transaction for RF devices where a user can process a clustered
putaway. The transaction requires a storage unit number to be entered for
processing. The transaction selects a group of transfer order items by the
storage unit number for simultaneous putaway.

LM18

Handling Unit Inquiry

This is the transaction for RF devices where a user can make a handling unit
inquiry. The transaction requires a handling unit to be entered. The transaction
allows the user to print the shipping unit label, print the handling unit label
or display the material in the handling unit.

LM19

Handling Unit – Pack

This is the transaction for RF devices where a user can pack a handling unit.
The transaction requires a handling unit to be entered, along with the plant,
storage location and storage bin. The transaction packs materials into an
existing HU or creates a new HU.

LM22

Handling Unit – Unpack

This is the transaction for RF devices where a user can unpack a handling unit.
The transaction requires a handling unit to be entered.

LM24

Packing Handling Unit by Delivery

This is the transaction for RF devices where a user can pack a handling unit by
delivery. The transaction requires a handling unit to be entered, along with the
plant, storage location and storage bin. The transaction packs the selected
items of a delivery.

LM25

Unpack Handling Unit by Delivery

This is the transaction for RF devices where a user can unpack a handling unit
by delivery. The transaction requires a handling unit to be entered and will
unpack the selected items of a delivery.

LM26

Picking by Delivery – Without Selection Screen

This is the transaction for RF devices where picking can be instigated without
the user entering any details on a selection screen. If there are no relevant
deliveries for the warehouse, the transaction will inform the user that no
deliveries are available.

LM27

Putaway by Delivery – Without Selection Screen

This is the transaction for RF devices where putaway can be instigated without
the users entering any details on a selection screen. If there are no relevant
deliveries for the warehouse, the transaction will inform the user that no
deliveries are available.

LM30

Load Control – Load by Shipment

This is the transaction for RF devices where a load is created for a shipment.
The user is required to enter a shipment number and a relevant handling unit
number. The transaction selects the goods to be loaded by the shipment number.

LM31

Load Control – Load by Delivery

This is the transaction for RF devices where a load is created for a delivery.
The user is required to enter a delivery number and a relevant handling unit
number. The transaction selects the goods to be loaded by the delivery number.

LM32

Load Control – System Guide Load

This is the transaction for RF devices where the system creates a load for a
shipment. The system proposes the next shipment to be loaded.

LM33

Load Control – Unload by Shipment

This is the transaction for RF devices where a shipment is unloaded. The user is
required to enter a shipment number and a relevant handling unit number. The
process selects the materials to be unloaded by the shipment

LM34

Load Control – Unload by Delivery

This is the transaction for RF devices where a delivery is unloaded. The user is
required to enter a delivery number and a relevant handling unit number. The
process selects the materials to be unloaded by the delivery.

LM35

Load Inquiry by Handling Unit

This is the transaction for RF devices where the user can inquire about the load
status of a specific handling unit. The transaction requires the user to enter a
handling unit number.

LM36

Load Control – Detail by Delivery

This is the transaction for RF devices where a user can inquire about the load
status of a specific delivery and the transaction will display the relevant
handling units. The transaction requires the user to enter a handling unit
number.

LM37

Load Control – Detail by Shipment

This is the transaction for RF devices where a user can inquire about the load
status of a specific shipment and the status of the respective deliveries. The
transaction requires the user to enter a shipment number.

LM45

Pick and Pack

This is the transaction for RF devices where a user can pick and pack materials
in one step. The transaction requires the user to enter a handling unit number
and the materials to pack.

LM46

Pick and Pack by Delivery

This is the transaction for RF devices where a user can pick and pack materials
in one step for a delivery. The transaction requires the user to enter a
delivery number, a handling unit number and the materials to pack.

LM50

Count Inventory by Storage Unit – System Guided

This is the transaction for RF devices where the system will propose a storage
unit to be counted. The system will display a message if there are no relevant
inventory documents to be counted by the user.

LM51

Count Inventory by Storage Unit – User Selection

This is the transaction for RF devices where the user can count storage units
based on user input. The transaction requires the user to enter a storage bin
for the storage unit count.

LM56

Interleaving – Select by Storage Unit

This transaction for RF devices is used to perform interleaving using a storage
unit. The transaction requires the user to enter a storage unit number, which is
used to identify transfer order for putaway. After the transfer order for
putaway has been confirmed, the system proposes a transfer order for picking
from the same queue. Interleaving reduces warehouse movement, making warehouse
operations more efficient.

LM57

Interleaving – System Guided Putaway

This transaction for RF devices allows interleaving to be performed by the
system proposing a transfer order for putaway; after its confirmation, the
system then proposes a transfer order for picking. Interleaving reduces
warehouse movement, making warehouse operations more efficient.

LM61

Goods Issue by Delivery

This is the transaction for RF devices where a goods issue is performed for a
selected delivery. The transaction requires the user to enter an outbound
delivery number.

LM62

Goods Issue by Staging Area

This is the transaction for RF devices where a goods issue is performed for an
outbound delivery based on staging area. The transaction requires the user to
enter a staging area number.

LM63

Goods Issue by Shipment

This is the transaction for RF devices where a goods issue is performed for an
outbound delivery based on shipment number. The transaction requires the user to
enter a shipment number.

LM64

Goods Issue by All

This is the transaction for RF devices where a goods issue is performed for an
outbound delivery. The user can enter one of a number of selection fields, such
as material number, ship-to party, delivery date, external delivery number, or
service agent.

LM65

Goods Issue by Group

This is the transaction for RF devices where a goods issue is performed for an
outbound delivery based on a group. The transaction requires the user to enter a
group number.

LM66

Goods Issue by Handling Unit

This is the transaction for RF devices where a goods issue is performed for an
outbound delivery based on a handling unit number. The transaction requires the
user to enter a handling unit number.

LM71

Goods Receipt by Delivery

This is the transaction for RF devices where a goods receipt is performed for an
inbound delivery based on a delivery number. The transaction requires the user
to enter a delivery number.

LM72

Goods Receipt by Staging Area

This is the transaction for RF devices where a goods receipt is performed for an
inbound delivery based on staging area. The transaction requires the user to
enter a staging area number.

LM73

Goods Receipt by Shipment

This is the transaction for RF devices where a goods receipt is performed for an
inbound delivery based on shipment number. The transaction requires the user to
enter a shipment number.

LM74

Goods Receipt by All

This is the transaction for RF devices where a goods receipt is performed for an
inbound delivery. The user can enter one of a number of selection fields, such
as material number, vendor, delivery date, external delivery number, or service
agent.

LM76

Goods Receipt by Handling Unit

This is the transaction for RF devices where a goods receipt is performed for an
inbound delivery based on a handling unit number. The transaction requires the
user to enter a handling unit number.

LM77

Queue Assignment

This is the transaction for RF devices where the user can modify the warehouse
or queue that they are working with. The transaction allows the user to enter a
modified warehouse number or a modified queue number.

LM80

Serial Number Capture

This is the transaction for RF devices where the user can enter a delivery
number to capture the serial numbers from that delivery.

LP11

WM Staging of Crate Parts

This transaction is used to create production staging for crate parts. This
transaction requires that a control cycle has been created for the crate parts.
The transaction allows the user to enter the material, plant and supply area.

LP12

WM Material Staging of Release Order Parts

This transaction is used to create production staging for release order parts.
The transaction allows the user to enter the plant and supply area. There are a
number of selection screens that can be entered, including material, order and
requirement date.

LP21

Replenishment for Fixed Bins in Warehouse Management

This transaction is used to replenish the fixed bins in the warehouse based on
the current stock position and the settings in the material master records. The
transaction requires a plant, storage location, warehouse number and storage
type to be entered. The storage type must be configured to allow replenishment
of fixed bins.

LP22

Replenishment Planning for Fixed Bins

This transaction is used to plan replenishment of the fixed bins in the
warehouse. The transaction requires that the user enter a plant, warehouse
number and storage type. A replenishment movement type must be configured for
the entered warehouse and storage type combination. When the transaction is
executed, the system will display the number of transfer requirements that were
created.

LP24

Replenishment for Storage Types with Random Space Management

This transaction is used to control replenishment in the warehouse. The
transaction calculates the replenishment quantity based on current stock in the
storage type and the replenishment quantity defined in the material master
record. The transaction requires that the user enter a plant, warehouse number
and storage type. When the transaction is executed, the system will display the
number of transfer requirements that were created.

LPIN

Information on Material Status in Production

This transaction is used to display reservations for material in production. The
user must enter a plant number and select one of four options: order number,
supply area, work center, or raw material number.

LPK1

Create Control Cycle

This transaction is used to create a control cycle, which is used in the plant
to define the production storage bin where material is to be staged for
production. The initial screen requires the material number, plant number and
supply area. The detail screen allows the user to enter the number of kanbans
and quantity.

LPK2

Change Control Cycle

This transaction is used to change a control cycle. The initial screen requires
the material number, plant number and supply area. The transaction allows the
user to change the details in the control cycle, such as the number of kanbans,
quantity and the storing position.

LPK3

Display Control Cycle

This transaction is used to change a control cycle. The initial screen requires
the material number, plant number and supply area. The transaction displays the
control cycle data and the destination storage bin data.

LPK4

Automatic Creation of Control Cycles for Release Order Parts

This transaction automatically creates control cycles for release order parts.
The initial screen requires the user to enter the material type, material
number, plant, supply area, warehouse, storage type, and storage bin. There are
three options that the user can enter: list the control cycles to be created,
delete control cycles or a database update.

LQ01

Posting Change Storage Location to Storage Location in Inventory Management

This transaction is used to post a change in inventory management that has been
made in warehouse management. The initial screen requires the user to enter the
warehouse number, storage type and plant. The output can be restricted by
entering a quant, storage bin, or material number. A list of quants applicable
for posting is displayed, and the user can then execute the posting changes.

LQ02

Posting Change in WM and IM

This transaction allows the user to transfer quants in warehouse management and
make a simultaneous inventory management change. The initial screen requires a
warehouse number and movement type. The output shows a list of posting change
quants that can be selected and processed.

LRF1

RF Monitor, Active

This transaction is used by the warehouse supervisor to monitor the RF queues of
warehouse operators. The transaction shows the queues and, by drilling down, the
user can see the transfer orders in each queue along with the date and time the
transfer order was created. The user can drag and drop transfer orders from one
queue to another, allowing them to balance the work in the warehouse.

LRF2

RF Monitor, Passive

This transaction is used by the warehouse supervisor to monitor the RF queues of
warehouse operators. The transaction shows the queues and, by drilling down, the
user can see the transfer orders in each queue, along with the date and time the
transfer order was created. Unlike transaction LRF1, the user cannot move
transfer orders from one queue to another.

LS01N

Create Storage Bin

This transaction is used to create a storage bin in the warehouse. The user is
initially required to enter the warehouse number, storage type and the storage
bin to be created. After entering those details, the storage bin will require a
storage section to be entered and optional information, such as picking area,
maximum weight, total capacity, storage bin type and a block for putaway or
removal, if required.