Number Ranges for Replenishment Run 115

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3.6 Store Replenishment

3.6.2 Maintain Replenishment Control

3.6.2.1 Number Ranges for Replenishment Run 115

PATH: (WC61)

IMG  Materials Management  Consumption-Based Planning  Replenishment Control  Number Ranges for Replenishment Run

PROCEDURE:

PARAMETER SETTINGS:

No further Customizing settings are required here.

BACKGROUND:

Maintain the number ranges for the replenishment run. The number range is used to provide unique numbers for the replenishment run.

REMARKS: BC SET: None

3.6.2.2 POS Inbound Updates (Aggregated Sales and Sales as per Receipt)

PRECONDITIONS:

The POS inbound profile has been created.

PATH: (SPRO)

IMG  Materials Management  Consumption-Based Planning  Replenishment Control  POS Inbound Updates  Aggregated Sales Control/Control Sales as per Receipts

PROCEDURE:

Select the inbound profile and choose [Details].

PARAMETER SETTINGS:

‘Proc.’ subscreen

‘Update rep. based IM’

Indicator indicates that the stock changes in replenishment-based inventory management are to be updated.

- Set the indicator to X (KASI) if replenishment is to be run for materials for which value-based inventory management rather than quantity-based inventory management is run at material group level.

- Set the indicator to 1 (PSNA) to adopt the sales data in store planning. This is carried out in a special run before inbound processing. (Set here for multistep replenishment) BACKGROUND:

Maintain the update in the POS interface - inbound. In the section on controlling the aggregated sales and the sales as per receipts, you can specify whether and how replenishment-based inventory management is updated in the POS interface - inbound.

REMARKS:

The indicator and control settings for sales as per receipts and aggregated sales are identical.

BCSET:

Here not necessary. Maintained in control sales as per receipts.

3.6.2.3 Follow-On Documents (Via Store Order)

PRECONDITIONS:

The POS inbound profile has been created.

PATH: (SPRO)

IMG  Materials Management  Consumption-Based Planning  Replenishment Control  Follow-On Documents (Via Store Order)

PROCEDURE: None

PARAMETER SETTINGS: None

BACKGROUND:

Maintain the follow-on documents using the store order. Here, you specify which follow-on documents are generated by replenishment. No further Customizing settings are required here.

REMARKS:

BCSET: None

3.6.2.4 Store Order Control

The POS inbound profile is KASI/PSNA (POS simulation BEST PRACTICES). Change View

“Follow-On Document (Via Store Order)”: Details. Has already been maintained in the BEST PRACTICES.

Replenishment uses the store order functions to generate the follow-on documents. You maintain the control parameters of the store order in a POS inbound profile in Customizing for the POS interface - inbound.

The following parameters are relevant for replenishment:

- Document category default

This controls whether a purchase order or delivery, for example, is to be generated as a follow-on document. You can enter various default values depending on the type of source of supply (internal or external vendor). If no detailed information is available, the general default value is used.

- Default delivery type

If deliveries are to be generated as follow-on documents, you can specify a default value for the document type of the delivery.

- Control settings for error messages PRECONDITIONS:

POS inbound profile (KASI / PSNA) has been defined in the system.

PATH: (SPRO)

IMG  Sales and Distribution  POS Interface  Inbound  Store Order Control PROCEDURE:

Position your cursor on the KASI /PSNA profile and choose 'Details'.

PARAMETER SETTINGS:

Any fields not listed here are set to ‘blank’ and are, therefore, also relevant.

Doc. Control subscreen

REMARKS:

BCSET:

/BPR3R/FIL_STRG_FIL_AUFTRG

3.6.2.5 Aggregated Sales Control

The POS inbound profile is KASI (POS simulation BEST PRACTICES). Change View

“Aggregated Sales Control”: Overview. No further Customizing settings are required here.

The inventory management, billing, information system, and replenishment planning functions are supplied with the aggregated sales data. Here, you determine how the aggregated sales data is to be prepared and forwarded to the various functions.

PRECONDITIONS:

Number ranges have been maintained for customers (external number assignment).

The calculation schema (POSPCS) and POS inbound profile KASI /PSNA have been defined in the system.

PATH: (SPRO)

IMG  Sales and Distribution  POS Interface  Inbound  Aggregated Sales Control PROCEDURE:

Copy the standard POS inbound profile SAPD to POS inbound profile KASI /PSNA.

To do so, select SAPD, choose Edit  Copy As, and enter KASI /PSNA.

Then maintain the storage location and the calculation schema under Goto  Details.

PARAMETER SETTINGS:

Inventory mgmt: ‘X’ Inventory management without aggregation

Billing: ‘X’ Billing, with billing document saved Update rep.-based IM: ‘X’ Integrated replenishment-based inventory management (for KASI)

The entered calculation schema controls account determination in accounting for cash payment.

REMARKS:

All of the entries, except for the storage location, have been maintained. Check them carefully.

BCSET:

/BPR3R/POS_STG_VERD_UMS /BPR3R/POS_STG_BON_UMS

3.6.2.6 Availability Check Control

PRECONDITIONS:

Availability check 01 and checking rule RP must have been created.

PATH: (SPRO)

IMG  Sales and Distribution  Basic Functions  Availability Check and Transfer of

Requirements  Availability Check  Availability Check with ATP Logic or Against Planning  Carry Out Control for Availability Check

PROCEDURE:

Select the combination 01 (Daily requirements) and RP (Replenishment)  [Details] pushbutton.

PARAMETER SETTINGS:

This indicator specifies whether, during an availability check, the system adds the safety stock to the available inventory in the respective plant.

Stock in transfer: ‘X’ Set indicator

This indicator specifies whether, during an availability check, the system takes into account any stock that is being transferred to the plant with which you are working.

In/outward movements

Include purchase orders: ‘X’ Set indicator

This indicator specifies whether, during an availability check, the system takes into account reservations that are assigned to purchase orders.

Related:

Include dependent reservation: ‘A’ Set indicator

orders into account during the availability check.

Include shipping notification.

BACKGROUND:

In this step, you define checking rules for the availability check and assign them to a checking group.

REMARKS:

If you want to include the expected in/outward movements, you need to use the availability check in the replenishment run.

To improve performance, you can carry out the replenishment process without using the indicators mentioned above in the availability check.

BC SET:

/BPR3R/POS_IN_NACHS_STRG_VP

3.6.3 Special Settings (Optional)

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