Warehouse Management (WM) 事务代码大全(三)

LT1C

Confirm Transfer Order Item – Transfer Step

This transaction is used to confirm the transfer step for an item on a transfer
order. The initial screen requires a user to enter a transfer order number, item
number and warehouse number. The transaction defaults to the transfer option,
but the user can select one of three options: pick and transfer, pick only, or
transfer only. After entering the necessary data, the following screen allows
the user to enter the actual quantity that was moved.

LT1D

Confirm Transfer Order – Pick Step

This transaction is used to confirm the pick step for a complete transfer order.
The initial screen allows a user to enter a transfer order number and warehouse
number. The default setting in this transaction is the Pick option, but the user
can select one of three options: Pick and transfer, Pick only, or Transfer only.
After entering the necessary data, the following screen allows the user to
confirm the actual quantity that was moved.

LT1E

Confirm Transfer Order – Transfer Step

This transaction is used to confirm the transfer step for a complete transfer
order. The initial screen allows a user to enter a transfer order number and
warehouse number. The default setting in this transaction is the Transfer
option, but the user can select one of three options: Pick and transfer, Pick
only, or Transfer only. After entering the necessary data, the following screen
allows the user to confirm the actual quantity that was moved.

LT1F

Confirm Transfer Order Items for Storage Unit – Pick Step

This transaction is used to confirm the pick step for storage unit items in
transfer order. The initial screen allows a user to enter a storage unit number.
The default setting in this transaction is the Pick option, but the user can
select one of three options: Pick and transfer, Pick only, or Transfer only.
After entering the necessary data, the following screen allows the user to
confirm the actual quantity that was moved.

LT1G

Confirm Transfer Order Items for Storage Unit – Transfer Step

This transaction is used to confirm the transfer step for storage unit items in
transfer order. The initial screen allows a user to enter a storage unit number.
The default setting in this transaction is the Transfer option, but the user can
select one of three options: Pick and transfer, Pick only, or Transfer only.
After entering the necessary data, the following screen allows the user to
confirm the actual quantity that was moved.

LT21

Display Transfer Order

This transaction is used to display the details of a transfer order. The initial
screen requires a transfer order and warehouse number to be entered. The
following screen shows the transfer order details such as the header data:
material, plant, storage location, weight and storage unit type. The screen also
shows the item data, which includes the source and destination data.

LT22

Display Transfer Orders for a Storage Type

This transaction is used to display transfer orders for a single or range of
storage types. The initial screen requires the user to enter a warehouse number
and the results will be for all storage types. The user can allow all transfer
orders to be shown or can allow only open or confirmed transfer orders. The
output shows the details for each transfer order, such as plant, material,
source bin, destination bin, quantity, and whether the transfer order is
confirmed or open.

LT23

Display Transfer Orders by Transfer Order Number

This transaction is used to display transfer orders for a single or range of
transfer orders. The initial screen requires the user to enter a warehouse
number, and the results will be for all relevant transfer orders. The user can
allow all transfer orders to be shown or can allow only open or confirmed
transfer orders. The output shows the details for each transfer order, such as
plant, material, source bin, destination bin, quantity, and whether the transfer
order is confirmed or open.

LT24

Display Transfer Orders for Material Number

This transaction is used to display transfer orders for a single or range of
material numbers. The initial screen requires the user to enter a warehouse
number and the results will be for all relevant material numbers. The user can
allow all transfer orders to be shown or can allow only open or confirmed
transfer orders. The output shows the details for each transfer order, such as
plant, material, source bin, destination bin, quantity, and whether the transfer
order is confirmed or open.

LT25

Display Transfer Orders By Groups

This transaction is used to display transfer orders for a single or range of
groups. The initial screen requires the user to enter a warehouse number and the
results will be for all relevant groups. The user can allow all transfer orders
to be shown or can allow only open or confirmed transfer orders. The output
shows the details for each transfer order, such as plant, material, source bin,
destination bin, quantity, and whether the transfer order is confirmed or open.

LT25A

Display Transfer Order for a Group

This transaction is used to display transfer orders for a specific group. The
initial screen requires the user to enter a warehouse number and a group. The
user can allow all transfer orders to be shown or can allow only open or
confirmed transfer orders. The output shows the details for each transfer order,
such as plant, material, source bin, destination bin, quantity, and whether the
transfer order is confirmed or open.

LT25N

Confirm Transfer Orders By Group

This transaction is used to display transfer orders for a single or range of
groups. The initial screen requires the user to enter a warehouse and this will
show the transfer orders for all groups. The user can select all transfer order
items or only open items. The initial screen also gives the user the option to
enter a storage type and a picking area to restrict the output.

LT26

Display Transfer Orders for Storage Bin

This transaction is used to display transfer orders for a specific storage bin.
The initial screen requires the user to enter a warehouse number, a storage
type, and a storage bin. The user can allow all transfer orders to be shown or
can allow only open or confirmed transfer orders. The output shows the details
for each transfer order, such as plant, material, source bin, destination bin,
quantity, and whether the transfer order is confirmed or open.

LT27

Display Transfer Orders for Storage Unit

This transaction is used to display transfer orders for a specific storage unit.
The initial screen requires the user to enter a warehouse number and a storage
unit number. The user can allow all transfer orders to be shown or can allow
only open or confirmed transfer orders. The output shows the details for each
transfer order, such as plant, material, source bin, destination bin, quantity,
and whether the transfer order is confirmed or open.

LT28

Display Transfer Orders for a Group

This transaction is used to display transfer orders for a single or range of
groups. The initial screen requires the user to enter a warehouse and this will
show the transfer orders for all groups. The user can select all transfer order
items or only open items. The initial screen also gives the user the option to
enter a storage type and a picking area to restrict the output.

LT31

Print Transfer Order Manually

This transaction is used to manually print a transfer order. The transaction
requires a warehouse number and a transfer order number to be entered. The user
can enter print parameters such as the printer number and print code.

LT32

Print Transfer Order for Storage Unit

This transaction is used to manually print a transfer order for a specific
storage unit. The transaction requires a storage unit to be entered. The user
can enter print parameters such as the printer number and print code.

LT41

Prepare Transfer Requirements for Multiple Processing

This transaction is used to prepare a number of transfer requirements for
processing. The initial screen requires a warehouse number to be entered and a
shipment type such as A, for stock removal and E, for stock placement. The
transaction will group together the transfer requisitions for further
processing.

LT42

Create Transfer Orders by Multiple Processing

This transaction will create transfer orders for groups. The initial screen
requires users to enter a warehouse number and they have the option to enter a
specific group. If users want to select a group from a list, they can leave the
group number blank or can search for a group via text search. After users have
selected a group, they can then execute the multiple processing.

LT43

Creating Groups for Deliveries

This transaction will assign a group to all the transfer orders of a delivery.
The initial screen requires a warehouse number to be entered. The selection can
be restricted by entering a shipping point, route, shipment number or picking
date.

LT44

Release for Multiple Processing

This transaction allows a user to release groups for processing. The initial
screen requires a warehouse number to be entered and the user has the option to
enter a group or a reference document category: L for grouped deliveries and B
for grouped transfer requirements. The following screen shows the groups for the
selection criteria entered.

LT45

Analysis of Groups

This transaction is used to evaluate the groups for a specific warehouse. The
initial screen requires a warehouse number to be entered and the user has the
option to enter a group or range of groups. In addition the user can enter a
date range for the creation of the group. The transaction output shows the
analysis for the different type of groups with totals for the number of new
groups, active groups, completed groups, and released groups.

LT63

Control: Single Entry of Actual Data

This transaction is used to enter actual data. The initial screen allows the
user to enter a warehouse number and a transfer order number or range of
transfer orders. In addition, on the initial screen the user can enter values
for processing control, entry of actual time, selection of transfer orders and
automatically printing of transfer orders. After the selections are made, the
next screen shows allows the user to enter a personnel number prior to the
actual data being entered.

LT72

Determine Two-Step Relevance

This transaction is used to determine the two-step relevance for a group. The
initial screen requires a warehouse number and a group number to be entered. The
output screen shows the materials that are relevant for two-step picking. Users
have the option of selecting a material, and then they can redetermine two-step
picking, activate two-step picking or deactivate two-step picking.

LT73

Display Two-Step Picking Relevance for a Group

This transaction is used to display the two-step relevance for a group. The
initial screen requires a warehouse number and a group number to be entered. The
output screen displays the materials that are relevant for two-step picking.

LU01

Create Posting Change Notice

This transaction is used to create a posting change notice. The initial screen
requires a warehouse number and movement type to be entered. The movement type
must be relevant for a posting change, such as 309 or 321. The following screen
requires the details of the posting change to be entered, such as material,
plant, storage location, batch, and the post change quantity.

LU02

Change Posting Change Notice

This transaction is used to change a posting change notice. The initial screen
requires a warehouse number and a posting change number. The next screen allows
the user to change the details of the posting change notice, such as text, goods
receipt number, inspection lot number, and storage location.

LU03

Display Posting Change Notice

This transaction is used to display a posting change notice. The initial screen
requires a warehouse number and a posting change number. The next screen
displays the details of the posting change notice, such as material, plant,
storage location, batch, post change quantity, goods receipt number, inspection
lot number, and storage location.

LU04

Display Posting Change Notice: Overview

This transaction is used to display the posting change notices for a specific
warehouse or movement type. The initial screen allows the entry of just a
warehouse number, or the user can restrict the display by entering a movement
type, material, plant, storage location, stock category or batch. The output
shows the posting change notices from which transfer orders can be generated for
those change notices that have not been processed.

LX01

List of Empty Storage Bins

This transaction shows a list of empty storage bins for the selection criteria
entered. The initial screen requires the entry of a warehouse number, and the
entry of a storage type or a storage bin are optional. The transaction allows
the user to highlight the fields to allow only unlocked bins or only bins
without an inventory count. The output shows a list of empty bins, including the
warehouse number, storage type and storage section.

LX02

Warehouse Management Stock

This transaction displays the warehouse stock at the storage bin level. The
initial screen requires the entry of a warehouse number, while the entry of a
storage type or a storage bin is optional. The initial screen allows the user to
restrict the output by entering a plant, goods receipt date, stock category,
special stock indicator, or special stock number. The output is displayed in
material order, and shows the material stock for each storage bin.

LX03

Bin Status Report

This transaction is used to display an overview of the contents of selected
storage bins. The initial screen requires a warehouse number to be entered,
while the entry of a storage type or a storage bin is optional. The user can
restrict the output by entering values for other selection criteria, such as
inventory method, days since putaway, stock category, special stock indicator,
or special stock number. The output is shown in storage type order and shows the
material in each of the occupied storage bins.

LX04

Capacity Load Utilization

This transaction is used to calculate the warehouse capacity that has been used.
The initial screen requires a warehouse number to be entered while the entry of
a storage type or a storage bin is optional. The output of this transaction
shows the capacity used by storage type. The display shows the number of storage
bins occupied, the number of empty storage bins, and the usage as a percentage.

LX05

Block Bins in Bulk Storage

This transaction allows the user to block bins in bulk storage immediately or at
a later date. The initial screen requires a warehouse number and bulk storage
type to be entered. A selection of storage bins to be blocked can be entered, as
well as the flag to block the bins immediately.

LX06

Fire Department Inventory List

This transaction is used to supply the fire department with a list of hazardous
materials in the warehouse. The initial screen requires a specific warehouse
number to be entered. The report can be restricted by entering a storage type or
range of storage types as well as fire containment areas.

LX07

Check Storage of Hazardous Materials

This transaction is used to check that hazardous materials are stored correctly
in the warehouse. The initial screen requires a warehouse number to be entered,
while the storage type and storage bin fields are optional. The transaction will
display an error log and shows the number of storage bins that were checked and
the number that are incorrect for each storage type.

LX08

Hazardous Substance List

This transaction produces a report of all the hazardous material stored in a
particular warehouse or storage type or fire containment area. The initial
screen requires a warehouse number to be entered, while the storage type and
storage bin fields are optional. The report shows the fire containment area the
material is located in as well as the hazardous storage class and water
pollution class.

LX09

Transfer Requirements with Processed Quantities as Percentages

This transaction is used to display the processed quantities of transfer
requirements as a percentage. The initial screen requires a warehouse number to
be entered. The user can enter a transfer requirement or range of transfer
requirements. The user can also restrict the output by entering a shipment type,
movement type, and transfer requirement date. The output shows the relevant
transfer requirements with the processed quantities shown as percentages.

LX10

Activities per Storage Type

This transaction is used to display the types of movements that were processed
for a storage type. The selection screen requires a warehouse number to be
entered. The report output can be restricted by entering a range of transfer
orders, storage type, plant or transfer order date. The report can be processed
for all transfer orders, open transfer orders or confirmed transfer orders. The
output shows the number of stock removals, putaways and returns for each storage
type in the warehouse.

LX11

Transfer Orders: Resident Documents

This transaction is used to display a list of transfer orders for a specific
warehouse. The selection screen requires a warehouse number to be entered. The
output can be restricted by entering a transfer order date, requirement type and
requirement number. The output shows a list of transfer orders, including the
creation date, confirmation date, requirement type, requirement number, material
document and the user who created the transfer order.

LX12

Transfer Orders: Resident Documents (Detailed View)

This transaction is used to display a detailed list of transfer orders for a
specific warehouse. The selection screen requires a warehouse number to be
entered. The output can be restricted by entering a transfer order date,
warehouse management movement type, source storage type, destination storage
type, and material number. The output shows the line item detail for each
transfer order.

LX13

Transfer Order with Differences

This transaction is used to display transfer order differences summarized by
storage type and transfer type. The selection screen requires a warehouse number
to be entered. The final output can be restricted by entering a specific or
range of transfer orders. The output is produced in storage type order and
displays the number of line items for each specific movement. If there are any
items with differences, the total is shown per movement as an actual figure and
a percentage of the total line items.

LX14

Material Movement Frequency

This transaction is used to display the movement rate of materials within a
specific warehouse for a given period. The selection screen requires a warehouse
number to be entered. The final output can be restricted by entering a transfer
order date or storage type. The report shows the number of movements for each
material in a given storage type.

LX15

Selection of Storage Bins for Annual Inventory Count

This transaction allows you to select a number of storage bins for an annual
inventory count. The transaction requires that the warehouse and storage type is
entered. The number of storage bins selected can be restricted by selecting only
bins not yet counted, only bins that have been counted, or dynamic storage bins.
The transaction will display the number of bins that have been selected for the
annual inventory count.

LX16

Carry out Continuous Inventory

This transaction is used to produce the count documents for continuous
inventory. The warehouse number and storage type are entered, and a range of
storage bins can be selected. Other selection parameters can be entered, such as
only empty bins, only bins not yet counted, only bins that have been counted, or
dynamic storage bins. The output shows a list of storage bins that can be
counted in the selected warehouse and storage type. These bins can be selected
and activated for the count.

LX17

Differences List per Storage Type

This transaction is used to display any existing inventory differences. The
initial screen requires that the warehouse number and storage type are entered.
The output can be restricted by entering a single or range of storage bins. The
user has the opportunity to enter a variance, either an absolute value or a
percentage, below which the difference does not trigger a recount and is
cleared.

LX18

Statistics for Inventory Differences

This transaction is used to generate inventory statistics for each storage type
in a warehouse. The initial screen requires a warehouse number, while the
storage type and storage bins are optional fields. The output shows five
statistics for each storage type: number of storage bins with completed
inventory, number of storage bins with difference, number of storage bins not
counted, number of storage bins counted, and the number of storage bins without
inventory.

LX20

Create Bins for Interim Storage Types

This transaction allows you to create bins for the interim storage bins in the
warehouse. The initial screen has only one field to enter: the warehouse number.
The output shows the storage bins for each interim storage bin. If the bin
exists, then the report will display the value “exists”; if it does not exist,
then the report will display “missing.”

LX21

Combined Pick List

This transaction is used to create a pick list for a group or range of groups.
The initial screen allows the user to choose only open transfer orders, only
confirmed transfer orders, or all transfer order items. You can print the
transfer orders from the transaction based on the selection fields entered.

LX22

Inventory Overview

This transaction gives an overview of the physical inventory count situation.
The user can view the display and complete any open processes including clearing
differences. The initial screen requires the user to enter a warehouse number.
The user can enter various selection criteria to reduce output, such as physical
inventory document number, storage type and inventory status. The output shows
the inventory documents, their status, storage type, and count date.

LX23

Stock Comparison Inventory Management/Warehouse Management

This transaction is used to produce an inventory comparison between the
Inventory Management and Warehouse Management systems. The user can restrict the
area for comparison by entering the plant and storage location, plant and
warehouse number or only the warehouse number. The comparison shows the stock
for the plant, storage location and warehouse, at the IM level and the WM level,
and calculates the difference quantity.

LX24

Display of Hazardous Material Numbers

This transaction produces a report of the hazardous material numbers for a
specific or range of region codes. The user can leave all the selection fields
blank and all hazardous materials will be displayed. The output can be
restricted by entering a range of hazardous materials numbers, and a single or
range of region codes. The output shows the region code, storage class, and
water pollution class for each hazardous material selected.

LX25

Inventory Status

This transaction shows a user the number of inventory counts that have been
taken in a specified storage type in a given period. The selection screen allows
the user to enter a specific warehouse number, a single or range of storage
types and a single or range of storage bins. The output shows the information
for each storage type, which includes the absolute and percentage totals for the
following areas: total number of bins, active inventory, planned inventory, and
no inventory executed.

LX26

Carry Out Inventory Using the Cycle Counting Method

This transaction is used to display a list of storage bins that need to be
inventoried. The initial screen allows the user to enter a warehouse number,
relevant for cycle counting, a storage type and storage bins. The output shows
the storage bins, in storage type order, that need to be counted. For example,
if a bin needs to be counted because it is overdue, the transaction will propose
a new physical inventory date.

LX27

SLED Control List

This transaction is used to show material with critical shelf life expiration
date for a specific warehouse number. The initial screen requires the user to
enter a specific warehouse number. The output can be restricted by entering an
upper limit for the remaining shelf life of the materials, plant number, storage
location or a storage type. The list displays the remaining shelf life for the
materials relevant for the shelf life expiration date, the status of which is
displayed using a traffic light.

LX29

Fixed Bin Supervision

This transaction is used to monitor the use of fixed bins in the warehouse. The
initial screen requires the user to enter a warehouse number and to highlight at
least one selection criteria for fixed storage bin evaluation, such as to
display storage bins without assignment, or storage bins with assignment but
without stock. The output displays a list of fixed storage bins with specific
characteristics, according to the indicators set in the selection screen.

LX30

Overview of WM Messages Transmitted to External Systems

This transaction provides an overview of warehouse management messages that have
been sent to an external system via the warehouse control unit (WCU) interface.
The display shows the transfer orders, cancellations and group data that were
sent.

LX31

Analysis of Customized Print Control Tables

This transaction displays the printer determination information for a warehouse.
The initial screen requires a warehouse number to be entered as well as optional
information, such as transfer order number. The output shows the name of the
table that was read with key fields and lists the results for the transfer order
printout, such as form, printer and spool data.

LX32

Read Transfer Orders from Archive

This transaction is used to display transfer orders that have been archived. The
initial screen allows the user to enter a warehouse number and a transfer order,
or range of transfer orders. Additional criteria can be entered, such as plant,
storage bin and transfer order date.

LX33

Read Transfer Requirements from Archive

This transaction is used to display transfer requirements that have been
archived. The initial screen allows the user to enter a warehouse number and a
transfer requirement, or range of transfer requirements. Additional criteria can
be entered, such as shipment type, WM movement type, and transfer requirement
date.

LX34

Archived Posting Change Notices

This transaction is used to display posting change notices that have been
archived. The initial screen allows the user to enter a warehouse number and a
posting change notice, or range of posting change notices.

LX35

Archived Physical Inventory Records

This transaction is used to display physical inventory documents that have been
archived. The initial screen allows the user to enter a warehouse number and a
physical inventory document, or range of physical inventory documents.

LX36

Archived Inventory Histories

This transaction is used to display physical inventory counts that have been
archived. The initial screen allows the user to enter a warehouse number and a
physical inventory document, or range of physical inventory documents.

LX40

Material Situation Prod. Storage Bins

This transaction is used to provide an overview of the quantity situation in
production storage bins. The initial screen allows the user to enter the
warehouse number, storage type, storage bin, plant, material, and batch. The
report calculates figures for the stock in the storage bin, the open quantities
in transfer requirements for the storage bin, and the requirements situation
based on the components that are needed at the production storage bin.

LX41

WM-PP Evaluation Report

This transaction is used to evaluate the stock situation for storage bins in
production. The initial screen allows the user to enter a warehouse number, a
range of storage types and storage bins. The report shows bin status using a
traffic light to indicate whether or not there is available stock.

LX42

Evaluation PP Order from WM View

This transaction is used to evaluate a production order based on transfer
requirements. The initial screen allows a user to enter a single or range of
production orders. The transaction determines whether the transfer requirement
or transfer order has been created or whether the requirement does not equal the
transfer order. The output shows the production order with either a red, yellow,
or green traffic light to show whether the production order is OK or has an
error.

LX43

Consistency Check for Control Cycles

This transaction is used to check the consistency in the definitions of control
cycles, production supply areas and the associated reservations. The initial
screen requires that the user enters a specific plant. The user can restrict the
output by entering other selection criteria such as production supply area or
material. The transaction checks whether the plant/storage location combination
from the production supply area is allowed. The output shows the control cycles
along with their status.