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SAP EWM Architecture and Programming [Kietas viršelis]

  • Formatas: Hardback, 494 pages, aukštis x plotis x storis: 229x175x33 mm, weight: 1066 g, illustrations
  • Išleidimo metai: 26-Mar-2020
  • Leidėjas: SAP Press
  • ISBN-10: 1493212338
  • ISBN-13: 9781493212330
  • Formatas: Hardback, 494 pages, aukštis x plotis x storis: 229x175x33 mm, weight: 1066 g, illustrations
  • Išleidimo metai: 26-Mar-2020
  • Leidėjas: SAP Press
  • ISBN-10: 1493212338
  • ISBN-13: 9781493212330
Explore extension options in SAP EWM and see how you can meet the unique functionality requirements of your warehouse. Find out how to make UI changes to transactions or generate condition-dependent actions, learn to program SAP EWM's software components, and extend the Preconfigured Warehouse solution. With detailed examples and sample code, you can ensure that your warehouse management suits your business precisely! Architecture and Frameworks: Understand the individual software components that make up SAP EWM and how they integrate with SAP ERP. Find out about extended functionality through the use of the SAP EWM frameworks and the Preconfigured Warehouse solution. Function Modules and Methods: Learn about the function modules and methods used to extend SAP EWM, including Read Warehouse Requests, Get Stock, Get Transportation Units, and more. Useful Business Add-Ins: Discover the most frequently used BAdIs in SAP EWM, and learn their functions and how to make the most of them. Highlights: SCDL delivery processing Work Center Radio Frequency Framework Post Processing Framework Easy Enhancement Workbench SAP LUW in EWM Function modules Wave management Exception handling Transaction management Warehouse Monitor Easy Graphics Framework

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Understand the architecture of SAP EWM. Learn how to use the SAP EWM frameworks to program extensions and meet specific business requirements. Master the most important function modules and BAdls.
Foreword Flexible Warehouse Management with Extended Warehouse Management Warehouse Management with Standardized Software: Configuration and Enhancement Flexibility of Extended Warehouse Management Summary Architecture Delivery Processing Warehouse Logistics Inventory Management Quality Management Integration with SAP ERP Summary Frameworks and Development Tools in Extended Warehouse Management Warehouse Management Monitor Easy Graphics Framework and Measurement Services Radio Frequency Framework Post Processing Framework Easy Enhancement Workbench Work Center Summary Extending Processes in the Preconfigured Warehouse W001 Introduction to Preconfigured Warehouse for Extended Warehouse Management Inbound Process with Repacking for Putaway (106) Inbound Process without Packing Information (107) Outbound Process Using Pick Handling Units as Shipping Handling Units (108) Outbound Process Using Wave, Pick Handling Units, Packing, Staging, and Loading (109) Periodic Physical Inventory (110) Summary Functions Modules and Methods for Extended Warehouse Management Transaction Manager for a Logical Unit of Work in Extended Warehouse Management Service Class for Filling Stock Fields Date and Time for Time Zone of Warehouse Number Cross Application Constants Create and Extend Application Log Read Warehouse Requests Change Warehouse Requests Read Warehouse Product Master Create/Change Warehouse Product Master Records Service Class Batch Management Read Warehouse Task Create/Confirm and Cancel Warehouse Task Select Handling Units from DB Create and Change Handling Units Get Stock Posting Change of Stock Select, Release, Split, and Merge Waves Get Transportation Units Change TU Read and Determine Packaging Specifications Create/Change/Copy/Delete Packaging Specifications Service Class for Radio Frequency Framework Summary Useful Business Add-Ins within Extended Warehouse Management Warehouse Request Wave Warehouse Task Warehouse Order Exception Handling Summary . Appendices Programming Guidelines in Extended Warehouse Management for Enhancements General Guidelines Naming Conventions for Data Dictionary Naming Conventions for Advanced Business Application Programming Objects Naming Conventions for Variables and Parameter Performance Guidelines Summary The Authors
Peter Zollner has 15 years of experience in logistics for SAP Consulting, including five years as a solution architect for SAP EWM. He has worked on complete implementations of SAP EWM projects across Europe. Robert Halm is an SAP EWM consultant at Prismat, which specializes in logistics consulting. Daniela Schapler is a solution architect at SAP SE and was one of the co-developers of the SAP EWM architecture. Karen Schulze is an EWM consultant with an SAP subsidiary.