Is there a way to group WM TR so a single TO can be created via this group for picking?

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Is there a way to group WM TR so a single TO can be created via this group for picking?
ASKED: April 6, 2009  6:39 PM
UPDATED: September 27, 2011  6:59 PM

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Hi,

It sounds like you may be interested in using 2 Step Picking. You basically choose several TRs or outbound deliveries and create a group which creates one TO.

Customizing (IMG) settings for two-step picking are under Logistics Execution
→ Warehouse Management → Activities → Transfers → Set Up 2-step Picking for Transfer Requirement.

The multiple processing task makes it possible for you to group several transfer requirements or deliveries together and process them at one time. Instead of processing each transfer requirement or delivery individually, you can select these documents from a multiple processing list and create transfer orders for them in a single transaction.

There are two possibilities to implement multiple processing:

You can select deliveries or transfer requirements from a display list and create transfer orders directly from the selection list.
You can combine deliveries or transfer requirements, assign them to a group and then create the transfer orders for the group.

Some transactions used in two step picking.

go to http://help.sap.com for more information.

LT72
LX39
LT0E
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Refer to the above question, this will happen only SAP Exetended Warehosue Managemnet. Standrad SAP R/3not providing any list of Transfer Requiremnets to group in to Single Transfer Order..

Try some Z-Program and satisfy your cllient..

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  • Gadgetgirl411
    In standard SAP LE - You would have to use 2 step picking and grouping. Once the TRs are generated, use LT41 to prepare the TRs and grouping them. Use LX39 to process the groups, first for the pick, then, after TO confirmation, for the allocation. The TRs grouped initially will use movement 850 and will consolidate to your interim pick zone, (standard set up is styp 200). After confirmation however, the allocation will actually still separate by original TR so here it isn't consolidated. The idea is that the pick to the interim only requires you to touch the source bin once but when you go to place the stock, it may go to multiple destination bins. There is a little configuration that is required to make this work. You have to make 2 - step picking relevant for the warehouse and also for the transfer type (A,E,X, etc); see "Set Up 2-step Picking for Transfer Requirements". You also have to set up some strategies for "2" in stock placement and removal. I believe that you also have to set up movement types for replenihsment control. (see Define Stock Transfers and Replenishment Control). Finally, you may have to futz around a little with yyour production supply release controls. I am not sure if this is buying you what you want or not since it isn't consolidated TRs throughout the process. That is how you would do it though. Elaine
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