Warehouse Management (WM) 事务代码大全(二)

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.

LS02N

Change Storage Bin

This transaction is used to change 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 the storage bin details, the transaction

allows a storage section to be changed, as well as the picking area, maximum

weight, total capacity, storage bin type and a block for putaway or removal, if

required.

LS03N

Display Storage Bin

This transaction is used to display 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. The transaction will display the storage section, the picking

area, maximum weight, total capacity, storage bin type and any blocks entered.

LS04

Display Empty Storage Bins

This transaction is used to display empty storage bins for a specific location.

The initial screen requires a warehouse number and storage type to be entered.

The output can be restricted by entering some option information, such as

storage section, storage bin or storage bin type. The output shows the empty

bins by storage section. The output information includes the storage bin type,

putaway block, removal block, maximum weight, and maximum capacity.

LS05

Automatic Creation of Storage Bins

This transaction is used to automatically generate storage bins with similar

characteristics. The system displays a screen with the storage bin

characteristics and the coordinates of all the bins that will be generated based

on your entries.

LS06

Block/Unblock Several Storage Bins Simultaneously

This transaction is used to block or unblock storage bins within the same

storage type. The initial screen requires a warehouse and storage type to be

entered. The bins to be blocked or unblocked can be restricted by entering

values in other selection criteria, such as storage section or picking area.

From the output screen, the user can select one or more storage bins to process.

LS07

Block and Unblock Quants for Material

This transaction allows the user to block or unblock quants for a specific

material. The user is required to enter the warehouse number and material

number. The selection can be further restricted by entering the plant, batch

number, stock category, special stock indicator or special stock number. From

the output screen, the user can select one or more quants which they can block

or unblock.

LS08

Block and Unblock a Range of Storage Bins

This transaction is used to block or unblock a range of storage bins in a

warehouse. The initial screen requires the user to enter the warehouse number

and storage type. The output can be restricted by entering a single or range of

storage bins. The system will display a message informing the user if any bins

are blocked. If users wants to block any bins, they can select the block icon

and enter a putaway or removal block and, if required, a block reason.

LS09

WM Material Data per Storage Type

This transaction is used to display what storage types are associated with a

particular material in a warehouse. The initial screen allows the user to enter

a material, warehouse and storage type, but no fields are mandatory. If a

material only is entered, then the output will show what warehouses and storage

types are associated with that material.

LS10

Change View “Storage Bin Structure for Automatic Creation”

This transaction allows the entry of the data required to automatically create

storage bins. For each warehouse/storage type combination, the user can

configure the template used for new storage bins. If there is more than one

template, then these are given different sequence numbers. Each template has a

structure, a start and end value, as well as the increment between storage bin

numbers.

LS11

Change Several Storage Bins Simultaneously

This transaction is used to change the same values for a number of storage bins

simultaneously. The warehouse number and storage type is required, and the

output can be restricted by entering storage bins, storage section or picking

area. The output shows a list of storage bins that can be selected. The fields

that can be changed for the storage bins include the storage section, picking

area, storage bin type, maximum weight, and total capacity.

LS12

Change View “Block/Unblock Storage Type”: Overview

This transaction is used to block or unblock a specific storage type. The

transaction allows the user to enter a placement or removal block, as well as a

blocking reason for a single or many storage types.

LS22

Change Quant

This transaction is used to change the details of a quant of material. The

initial screen requires the user to enter a warehouse number and a quant number.

The transaction shows the quant details, such as material number, plant, storage

location, batch, storage type, storage bin and total stock. The user can change

a number of fields, such as goods receipt date, certificate number, and the

blocking indicators.

LS23

Display Quant

This transaction is used to display the details of a quant of material. The

initial screen requires the user to enter a warehouse number and a quant number.

The transaction shows the quant details, such as material number, plant, storage

location, batch, storage type, storage bin, total stock, goods receipt date,

goods receipt number, last movement date, certificate number, and blocking

indicators.

LS24

Stock per Material

This transaction is used to show the stock for a specific material in a

warehouse. The initial screen requires a material, warehouse and plant to be

entered. The output can be restricted by entering other fields, such as storage

type, storage bin, goods receipt date and goods receipt number. The output is

shown in storage type, storage bin order, and shows the stock in each bin as

well as the goods receipt date.

LS25

Stock per Storage Bin

This transaction is used to show the stock for a specific storage bin. The

initial screen requires a warehouse number, storage type, and storage bin to be

entered. The transaction shows the quant details, such as material number,

plant, storage location, batch, storage type, storage bin, total stock, goods

receipt date, goods receipt number, last movement date, certificate number, and

blocking indicators.

LS26

Stock Overview

This transaction is used to show the stock overview for a specific material in a

warehouse. The output can be restricted by entering other selection criteria,

such as plant, storage location, and storage type. The stock overview output

shows the material in the warehouse in stock type order.

LS27

Stock per Storage Unit

This transaction is used to show the stock that is associated with a specific

storage unit. The initial screen requires that the user enter a specific storage

unit.

LS28

Storage Units per Storage Bin

This transaction is used to display the storage units for a specific storage

bin. The initial screen requires that the user enter a warehouse number, storage

type, and storage bin. The output shows the storage units associated with the

specific storage bin.

LS32

Change Storage Unit

This transaction is used to change a storage unit. The initial screen requires

the user to enter a specific storage unit. A storage unit is a group of one or

more amounts that are managed in the warehouse as one unit.

LS33

Display Storage Unit

This transaction is used to display a storage unit. The initial screen requires

the user to enter a specific storage unit. A storage unit is a group of one or

more amounts that are managed in the warehouse as one unit.

LS41

List of Control Cycles

This transaction is used to display a list of control cycles that are associated

with a material, plant or production supply area (PSA). The initial screen has

no mandatory fields, so, by leaving the fields blank, a list of all control

cycles will be displayed. The output can be restricted by entering a material,

plant, PSA, warehouse number or storage type. The output shows the supply area,

material, plant, warehouse, storage type, storage bin, and the material staging

indicator.

LS51

Create Batch Search Strategy

This transaction is used to create a batch search strategy. The initial screen

requires the user to enter a search strategy type, which controls the batch

determination, including selection criteria and quantity proposal. Depending on

which search strategy type is entered, the user will be required to enter a

number of fields, which could include warehouse number, movement type or

customer number.

LS52

Change Batch Search Strategy

This transaction is used to change a batch search strategy. The initial screen

requires the user to enter a search strategy type, which controls the batch

determination, including selection criteria and quantity proposal. Depending on

which search strategy type is entered, the user will be required to change the

fields in the strategy, which could include warehouse number, movement type or

customer number.

LS53

Display Batch Search Strategy

This transaction is used to display a batch search strategy. The initial screen

requires the user to enter a search strategy type. Depending on which search

strategy type is entered, the user will have to enter a number of selection

fields, such as warehouse number, movement type or customer number. The

transaction will then display the batch search strategies for the criteria

entered.

LT01

Create Transfer Order

This transaction is used to create a transfer order. The initial screen requires

the user to enter the movement type, material number, quantity, and plant. The

following screen allows the user to enter a source storage type and storage bin,

and a destination storage type and storage bin. The transfer can be created from

the detail screen.

LT02

Create Transfer Order for Inventory Difference

This transaction allows you to clear inventory differences by creating a

transfer order. The initial screen allows the user to enter a warehouse number,

movement type, material, plant, and quantity required to be cleared. The

following screen allows the user to enter a source storage type and storage bin,

and a destination storage type and storage bin. The transfer can be created from

the detail screen.

LT03

Create Transfer Order for a Posting Change Delivery

This transaction is used to create a transfer order for a posting change

delivery. The initial screen requires the user to enter a warehouse number and a

delivery number. The following screen will propose the source storage type and

storage bin, and a destination storage type and storage bin. The transfer can be

created from the detail screen.

LT04

Create Transfer Order from Transfer Requirement

This transaction is used to create a transfer order from a transfer requirement.

The initial screen requires the user to enter a warehouse number and the

transfer requirement number. The following screen shows the material from the

transfer requirement and the amount to be moved. The user can change the

destination bin or allow the system to determine that. The transfer order can be

created from this screen.

LT05

Process Posting Change Notice

This transaction is used to process a posting change notice. The initial screen

requires the user to enter a warehouse number and a posting change notice. The

following screen shows the details of the posting change notice, and the

document can be saved from this screen.

LT06

Create Transfer Order for Material Document

This transaction allows a user to create a transfer order for an inventory

management material document. For example, if material was consumed and the

consumption was recorded in the inventory management system, then this

transaction would allow a transfer order to be created to replicate the

inventory management movement. The initial screen requires a material document,

material document year and a warehouse number to be entered.

LT07

Create Transfer Order for Storage Unit

This transaction is used to place a storage unit into stock by creating a

transfer order. The initial screen requires the user to enter the warehouse

number and movement type. The storage unit does not exist until this transfer

order is created, as the actual movement of the material with its container

requires that the transfer order create the storage unit as part of the process.

If the storage unit is numbered externally, the relevant number can be added on

the initial screen.

LT08

Manual Addition to Storage Unit

This transaction allows the user to add stock to an existing storage unit. The

initial screen requires that the storage unit be entered along with the movement

type and plant number. This transaction is used when material arrives in the

receiving area after it should have, and the storage unit it was to be in was

already created with some of the material scheduled to be in the storage unit.

This transaction creates a transfer order to add stock to the existing storage

unit.

LT09

Move Storage Unit

This transaction is used to move a storage unit from one location to another.

The initial screen requires the user to enter the storage unit number and the

movement type. By default, the movement type in this transaction is set to 999.

The user should replace the 999 movement type with a new ID point movement type.

LT0A

Create Transfer Order to Pre-Plan Storage Unit

This transaction allows the user to manually create a transfer order associated

with a storage unit. The initial screen requires the entry of a warehouse

number, warehouse movement type, material, quantity, plant, and storage

location. The following screen allows the user to enter the target quantity as

well as the destination storage bin and destination storage unit.

LT0B

Putaway of Pre-Picked Handling Units

This transaction is used to control the putaway of a pre-picked handling unit.

The initial screen requires that the user enter the goods issue date, the

warehouse number, plant, and movement type. To restrict the number of handling

units to be put away, the user can enter values for customer, delivery, handling

unit, or storage unit type. The transaction will display a list of handling

units that can be put away by creating transfer orders.

LT0C

Removal of Pre-Picked Handling Units

This transaction is used to remove a pre-picked handling unit. The initial

screen requires that the user enter the specific warehouse number, although

other selection criteria can be entered, such as storage type, goods issue date,

customer, delivery, handling unit, and movement type.

LT0D

Transferring Pre-Picked Handling Units

This transaction is used to transfer a pre-picked handling unit. The initial

screen requires that the user enter the specific warehouse number, although

other selection criteria can be entered such as storage type, goods issue date,

customer, delivery, handling unit, and movement type.

LT0E

Create Removal Transfer Order for Two-Step Picking

This transaction is used for creating two-step transfer orders for a group that

is used to reference several unique documents. The initial screen requires a

warehouse number and a group number to be entered. The transaction will use the

movement type 850, which references two-step picking.

LT0F

Create Transfer Order for Inbound Delivery

This transaction is used to put away a handling unit using an inbound delivery.

A transfer order is created to put away the handling unit. The user should enter

a warehouse and an inbound delivery number. The handling unit overview screen

will be displayed from which a transfer order can be created.

LT0G

Return to Stock from Delivery

This transaction is used to return to the warehouse material that has already

been picked and confirmed for a delivery. The transaction requires that the user

enter a warehouse number, a single or range of delivery numbers, and a relevant

movement type. The display screen allows the user to select the delivery or

transfer order to be returned to the warehouse.

LT0H

Putaway/Transfer Handling Units

This transaction is used to put away or transfer handling units in the

warehouse. The initial screen requires a warehouse number to be entered as well

as the movement type. The output shows a list of suitable handling units from

which users can select those they require to be put away. The system will then

create transfer orders based on the user’s selection.

LT0I

Removal of Handling Units from Stock

This transaction is used for the picking of handling units in the warehouse. The

initial screen requires the warehouse number and the movement type to be

entered. The output shows a list of suitable handling units from which users can

select those they require to be picked. The system will then create transfer

orders based on the user’s selection.

LT0J

Create Transfer Order for Storage Unit

This transaction is used to create a transfer order for a storage unit. The

initial screen requires that the user enter a specific storage unit.

LT0R

Request Replenishment Manually

This transaction is used to replenish warehouse material manually. The initial

screen requires a warehouse number, storage type and the material number to be

entered. The user can add other information, such as storage bin, plant and

storage location. The transaction checks to ensure that there is a fixed bin

assigned to the material.

LT0S

Create Transfer Order for Multiple Orders

This transaction is used to create transfer order for multiple orders using a

group. The initial screen requires a user to enter a warehouse number and a

group number. The transaction will create a single transfer order for the

multiple deliveries.

LT10

Create Transfer Order from List

This transaction allows the user to move materials from one storage bin to

another by generating one or more transfer orders. The initial screen requires

that the user enter a warehouse and storage type. The output shows all the

storage bins for the respective storage type and indicates whether the bin is

blocked from movement. Users can select the material from the unblocked bin they

require and can create transfer orders in the foreground or background.

LT11

Confirm Transfer Order Item – In One Step

This transaction allows a user to confirm a line item on a transfer order using

one step. The initial screen requires a transfer order, transfer order item, and

warehouse number to be entered. The default setting in this transaction is the

Pick and 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.

LT12

Confirm Transfer Order – In One Step

This transaction is used to confirm a complete transfer order in one step. The

initial screen allows a user to enter a transfer order number and warehouse

number. The default setting in this transaction is the Pick and 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.

LT13

Confirm Transfer Order for Storage Unit – In One Step

This transaction is used to confirm a transfer order for storage unit items in

one step. The initial screen allows a user to enter a storage unit number. The

default setting in this transaction is the Pick and 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.

LT14

Confirm Preplanned Transfer Order Item

This transaction allows a user to confirm a line item on a transfer order. The

initial screen requires a transfer order, transfer order item, and warehouse

number to be entered. The default setting in this transaction is the Pick and

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.

LT15

Cancelling Transfer Order

This transaction is used to cancel a transfer order. The initial screen requires

a transfer order number and a warehouse number to be entered. If users choose to

perform this transaction in the foreground, then they can select the line items

they wish to cancel on the transfer order.

LT16

Cancelling Transfer Order for Storage Unit

This transaction is used to cancel a transfer order for a storage unit. The

initial screen requires a storage unit number to be entered. If users choose to

perform this transaction in the foreground, then they can select the items they

wish to cancel on the transfer order.

LT1A

Change Transfer Order Header

This transaction is used to change the header for a transfer order. The initial

screen requires the user to enter a transfer order and a warehouse number. The

following screen allows the user to change the data in the confirmation, planned

and actual data section, such as personnel number, HR status of the transfer

order, planned processing time for the transfer order, and the actual time of

the transfer order.

LT1B

Confirm Transfer Order Item – Pick Step

This transaction is used to confirm the pick 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 a 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

enter the actual quantity that was moved.

LT1C