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EWM - Issue assigning Inbound Delivery to TU

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Hi All,
When i assign a Transportation Unit(TU) to an Inbound Delivery(ID), i am getting this error message:

"Transport planning data of TU 200000001556 and


delivery 7712 do not match"
Message no. /SCWM/SHP_RCV545
I have created the TU and marked it "Inbound". Even though i mentioned the same means of
transport in both TU and ID, the system still gives me the same error.
Anything else that i need to check to get rid of this message?
Regards,
Nikhil

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March 24, 2016 at 19:30 PM
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Mrinal Kanti Roy replied


March 24, 2016 at 10:09 AM
Hi Nikhil,
If your PO matches with the entry in below path
IMG->Integration with other SAP components->TM->Logistic integration->Activate transfer of PO
then TPT will be TM relevant .
I observed this for outbound , I think that the logic is same also for inbound.
With regards,
Mrinal
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Katrin Kraemer replied


March 11, 2016 at 11:37 AM
Hello Nikhil,
this means that the TU and the delivery expect the transport-delivery assignment to come from
somewhere else. For example the TU is created locally and the inbound delivery expects a message
from ERP or TM.
See IMG activity EWM -> Goods Receipt Process -> Inbound Delivery -> Integration with
Transportation -> Define Transportation Planning Type
There is a similar IMG activity for the outbound process.
You will also find documentation at help.sap.com/ewm
Regards,
Katrin
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March 11, 2016 at 20:49 PM
Hello Katrin,
Thanks for coming back on this. I went to the node highlighted by you. There are no entries in there.
What does that mean?
In case there is still a requirement to assign an ID to the TU, what could be required to achieve this?
I did go through the link below:
Assignment of Deliveries to Vehicles and TUs - Shipping and Receiving - SAP Library
Wasn't of much help.
Can you guide me further on this.
Regards,
Nikhil
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March 14, 2016 at 09:31 AM
Hi Nikhil,
Are you trying to get the TU in EWM through shipment document in ERP ?
If you are not planning the transportation in ERP 'or' EWM, just maintain the 'no obligatory planning '
for transportation planning type against the document category & document type in your warehouse.
Here is the path,
Spro-Img-SCM Extended Warehouse Management-Extended Warehouse Management-Goods
Receipt Process-Inbound Delivery-Define Transportation Planning Type (Inbound)

And also maintain the entry in ' Allow EWM Execution Without Transportation Planning (Inbound) '.
C K Reddy
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March 14, 2016 at 19:56 PM
Hi CK,
Thanks for chipping in with comments.
I am afraid even after maintaining the config that you highlighted, i am still not able to assign the
delivery to the TU - I get the same error message.
What i have done/intend to do is to locally create a TU in EWM and then assign it to the ID.
When you mention "no obligatory planning", does it mean that i can manually create a TU in EWM and then
assign it to the Inbound delivery(ID)?
I also changed the config to "Obligatory planning in EWM" and then tried. No luck.
Is there anything else at the transaction level(/SCWM/TU, /SCWM/VEH, /SCWM/PRDI) that i should
check/enable to ensure this happens?
Regards,
Nikhil
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Mrinal Kanti Roy replied


March 14, 2016 at 20:19 PM
Hi Nikhil,
Suggest to check the transportation planning type (TPT) in both delivery and TU in present state. I
observed in certain cases TPT in delivery gets determined automatically as A (Obligatory external
planning in ERP) irrespective of settings in EWM.
With regards,
Mrinal K Roy
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Former Member replied


March 18, 2016 at 19:32 PM
Hello Mrinal,
You are absolutely right in this case. All this while the ID had the TPT as 'C - Obligatory planning in
TM' while the TPT status of the TU was 'No obligatory planning'.
Thanks for your inputs.
Also, can you let me know from where is this setting getting determined in the ID? The EWM system
that i am using has no link to the TM system.
Is there any config which could be influencing this?
Regards,
Nikhil
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Mrinal Kanti Roy replied


March 24, 2016 at 10:09 AM
Hi Nikhil,
If your PO matches with the entry in below path
IMG->Integration with other SAP components->TM->Logistic integration->Activate transfer of PO
then TPT will be TM relevant .
I observed this for outbound , I think that the logic is same also for inbound.
With regards,
Mrinal
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Former Member replied


March 24, 2016 at 19:30 PM
Hello Mrinal,
Thanks. This helped me understand the whole thing. Basically the TPT relevance for an ID in the
EWM was being determined from the node that you mentioned.
In the config that i have is the system, the PO & IBD were set to be distributed to the TM system and
hence the TPT was obligatory in the TM system.
Regards,
Nikhil
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