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/SPE/INB_EGR_CREATE - Generate Expected Goods Receipt Documents in SAP EWM

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Purpose

You use this report to generate expected goods receipt documents (EGR documents) in SAP Extended Warehouse Management (SAP EWM). This informs SAP EWM of the goods receipts that are to be expected.

You can execute the report for the following objects:

  • Purchase orders and scheduling agreements for which the vendor does not send a shipping notification or has not yet sent a shipping notification
  • Production orders and process orders for which a goods receipt has not been posted in SAP ERP
  • Production orders and process orders for which a partial goods receipt has already been posted. The order must contain a quantity that is still open (quantity > 0) and the delivery completed indicator must not be selected.

Integration

Data for the selected documents (production orders, process orders, purchase orders, or scheduling agreements) is evaluated in SAP ERP and then transferred to the connected SAP EWM system. In SAP EWM, the EGR documents are then created.

Prerequisites

  • The purchasing documents and production orders or process orders must be open.
  • You have configured the delivery types and distribution models.

Features

Selection

SAP EWM Parameters

Enter the number of your warehouse here.
  • Create Expected Goods Receipts
If you select this option, the report collects data for the expected goods receipt for the selected purchasing documents and orders. This data is then transferred to SAP EWM and EGR documents are created there.
  • Update Expected Goods Receipts
You select this option if new production orders or purchase orders have been received, or if existing orders have been changed. The system sends a deletion flag to the SAP EWM system and the EGR documents are deleted. The system then reads the data from SAP ERP again and transfers it to SAP EWM, where new EGR documents are generated.
  • Delete Expected Goods Receipts
If you select this option, EGR documents are deleted in SAP EWM for the selected time period.

Delivery Date / Scheduled End Date: Time Range

You define the selection period by entering the start and end dates. For process orders and production orders, the start and end dates are compared with the scheduled end date and time. For purchase orders and scheduling agreements, the delivery date and time of the schedule lines are compared with the selection period.

The start and end dates of the selection period are interpreted as UTC entries. The scheduled end date of an order refers to the time zone of the planning plant. The delivery date of a schedule line refers to the time zone of the receiving location.

For example, the planning plant for a production order is in time zone CEST (Central European Summer Time). The scheduled end date for the order is 15:45 on June 21. If you enter a period of 14:00 on June 20 to 14:00 on June 21, the order is selected because the scheduled end date of 15:45 CEST corresponds to 13:45 UTC (CEST offset = UTC+2).

Selection Area for Purchase Orders/Scheduling Agreements

The selection options in this screen area allow you to select those purchasing documents for which EGR documents are to be created in SAP EWM.

Selection Area for Production Orders/Process Orders

The selection options in this screen area allow you to select those production orders and process orders for which EGR documents are to be created in SAP EWM.

Primary products and co-products are always identified for production orders and process orders. EGR documents are created for these orders in SAP EWM.

By selecting the Include By-Products checkbox, you specify that the relevant by-products are also to be identified alongside the primary products and co-products. In this case, EGR documents are also created for by-products in SAP EWM.

Output

If you choose to create expected goods receipt documents, the system returns a log that details how many EGR documents are created in SAP EWM.

If you choose to update or delete expected goods receipt documents, the system displays a confirmation message in the message bar stating that the deletion request has been dispatched to SAP EWM.

Example

Further information

For more information about this report, see SAP Library for SAP ERP Central Component at http://help.sap.com. In SAP Library, choose Logistics → Logistics Execution (LE) → Extended Warehouse Management Integration → Extended Inbound Delivery Processing → Processing of Inbound Deliveries → Creation of Expected Goods Receipt Documents.






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