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Use

Using an RF device, you can pick and pack material in one step. This is useful in a handling unit-managed environment, where partially picking from one or more handling units (HUs) necessitates the specification of the HU into which these materials are packed (destination HU).

The destination HU can be assigned to a transfer order (TO) in one of the following three ways:

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       1.      The HU number is assigned at TO creation. After choosing the pick and pack option using an RF device, you enter the number of the existing HU.

       2.      After choosing the pick and pack option using an RF device,  you take a label and scan it. At this point, the HU number is assigned to the TO.

       3.      Using a small printer connected to an RF device, you choose the pick and pack option. You print a label and affix it to the destination HU. You then scan the label and the HU number is assigned to the TO.

You can either select a pick and pack transaction based on system-guided picking (for TOs with reference to a delivery), or by identifying a delivery number.

Prerequisites

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       1.      You have maintained all the packaging-relevant parameters in Customizing for Logistics  General Handling Unit Management.

Note

You can define a default packaging material in Customizing for Logistics   General Handling Unit Management Basics Warehouse Management Define Control for Automatic Creation of Pick HUs.

       2.      If you want to use the pick and pack function in a storage location that is not handling unit-managed, set the Pick&Pack indicator in Customizing for Logistics Execution Warehouse Management Interfaces Shipping Define Shipping Control Shipping Control per Warehouse number. After a TO is confirmed, the pick HU is assigned to the delivery.

       3.      Pick TOs are created with reference to deliveries.

Procedure

 

Pick and Pack

Pick and Pack by Delivery

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From the RF menu, choose one of the following:

         Outbound Process Picking/Replenishment Pick and Pack

         Stock Transfer Picking/Replenishment Pick and Pack

The Pick and Pack screen appears.

 

From the RF menu, choose one of the following:

         Outbound Process Picking/Replenishment Pick and Pack by Delivery

         Stock Transfer Picking/Replenishment Pick and Pack by Delivery

The Pick and Pack by Delivery screen appears.

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Enter the delivery number using the scanner or keyboard.

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You have the following options for defining or selecting handling units:

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                            a.      Enter a new HU number from the external HU number range.

                            b.      Enter or scan an existing HU number.

                            c.      If you skip the Handling unit field, the system assigns a number. You can see the number by choosing Prt. to print the HU label.

Choose Enter. If you defined a default packaging material, it is entered automatically. You can override it and enter a different packaging material.

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Choose Nxt. The source screen appears for the first pick TO in the queue..

Choose Nxt. The source screen appears for the TO of the delivery.

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Choose PgUp () / PgDn () to scroll between SUs/materials, if there is more than one SU or material.

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To view more information on the TO item, choose Det.

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If you are picking a quantity that differs from that in the TO, report the difference by doing the following:

  1. Choose Diff. The Report Differences in Destination Quantities screen appears.
  2. Enter the actual quantity in the relevant field and choose Chk. The difference quantity is automatically calculated.
  3. Choose Conf to confirm the reported difference. You return to the source screen.

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Verify the data and choose Save to confirm an SU or material at source.

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Once all items are confirmed at source, choose Nxt. The destination screen appears.

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Choose Save to confirm the SUs/materials at destination.

 

Note

If you want to pack TO items of a different TO into the same handling unit, enter the number of the handling unit that you selected before. Proceed as described above.

If you cannot pack all the TO items into one handling unit, create a new handling unit and assign it to the same TO.

 

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