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In this blog , you can find implementation examples.

If you want to get process explanation, please check sap.help –> https://help.sap.com/viewer/3d97bec9bf1649099384bb8167df3cf2/9.5.0.2/en-US/812e20ff-f54c-4f13-ae43-141ed9519698.html

POSC

Movement of products in a warehouse is based on processing requirement. You can use this type of storage control to map complex putaways, stock removals, and warehouse-internal movements. You can find the POSC process explanation step-by-step below:

Process-oriented storage control only operates with handling units.

For example :

1- Unloading

2- Deconsolidation

3- Repacking

3-Putaway

This video can be helpful to make it more clear –> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VwpcQmObMRU&t=988s

I will explain this process with a simple scenerio.

Scenerio 1: 

1- Pick up HU to picking area.

2- Loading for delivery.

In this scenerio ; i have to check HU which must be loaded for delivery.

Configurations :

External storage processes are defined –> OB01 and OB04.

External step OB04 is assigned to warehouse number. After that, source storage type / destination storage type, destination area, destination storage bin and WPT relations filled out.

Storage process OUT1 is defined.

Then, storage process steps are assigned.

Be careful ! OB01 contain automatic WT creation.

Next step , OUT1 is assigned to WOCR.

After completion pick up, you can go on next step loading !

When you confirm first step, SAP create automatic warehouse for loading.

 

 

Final step is that load HUs for delivery and confirm last WT.

LOSC

You can benefit from layout oriented storage control for stock movements which move to travel via an intermediate storage bins.

For more please check –> https://help.sap.com/viewer/3d97bec9bf1649099384bb8167df3cf2/9.5.0.2/en-US/86916635-c972-4db7-9d03-7e00c4901a0c.html

And also, check blog –>  https://blogs.sap.com/2015/12/11/layout-oriented-storage-control-process-in-ewm/

Video from Hendrik Schulte-Bahrenberg –> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_6a1Sy-tYOA

I used layout oriented storage control in our EWM implementation with a scenerio destination storage bin decided with ID points.

Scenerio for IN area :

For example for putaway :

1 – WT1 –> Hu transfer from gr-area to IN-1 .

2- WT2 –> Hu transfer from IN-1 to A1-01 .

Not : IN-1 determined so that final destination bin A1 !

Process is described in the drawing below. We need IN-X defined intermediate storage bins. These bins can be used as  identification points  in order.

For more detail , you can check thread –> https://answers.sap.com/questions/506247/creation-sequencial-2-warehouse-task-for-putaway-a.html

Configurations :

Define LOSC –> Source storage type 9010 and destination storage type 0030 but i added 0031 storage type interim storage type .

0031 storage type :

Finally, SAP created 2 WT to manage layout oriented storage control. You can confirm all of them one by one.

Firstly, HU comes to 9010 then it is transfed to 0031. When you confirm , you can complete putaway into final destination bin such a 0030-01-02-01.

 

Scenerio for Out area:

For example for putaway :

1 – WT1 –> Hu transfer from Out-01 to GI-ZONE .

2- WT2 –> Hu transfer from A1-10 to Out-01 .

Not : A1 determined so that final destination bin Out-01 !

Configurations :

Define LOSC –> Source storage type 0030 and destination storage type 9020 but i added 0032 storage type interim storage type .

0032 storage type :

Finally, SAP created 2 WT to manage layout oriented storage control. You can confirm all of them one by one.

Firstly, HU comes to Out-01 then it is transfer to 0032. When you confirm warehouse task, you can complete putaway into final destination bin such a GI-ZONE.

 

Hopefully, this blog will be helpful for everyone

M.Ozgur Unal

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