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SAP S/4HANA

May 2016
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Settings in SAP S/4HANA


for EWM Integration
(EW0)
Building Block Configuration Guide

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SAP Best Practices Settings for EWM Integration in SAP ERP (EW0): Configuration Guide

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Content
1.1 Purpose.......................................................................................................................... 5
1.2 Overview ........................................................................................................................ 5
1.3 Country-Specific Activation Content .............................................................................. 6
1.3.1 Overview of Documented Country-Specific Activation Content .............................. 6
1.3.2 How is Country-Specific Content Documented? ..................................................... 7
1.3.3 Decimal Notation ..................................................................................................... 8
1.3.4 Translating Texts in the System .............................................................................. 8
2 Preparation .......................................................................................................................... 9
2.1 Prerequisites .................................................................................................................. 9
3 Configuration ..................................................................................................................... 10
3.1 Mandatory Settings ...................................................................................................... 10
3.1.1 Create an RFC User .............................................................................................. 10
3.1.2 Define RFC Destination to SAP EWM................................................................... 11
3.1.3 Define Logical System for SAP EWM and SAP ERP ............................................ 13
3.1.4 Assign Logical System to SAP ERP Client ........................................................... 14
3.1.5 Determining RFC Destinations for Method Calls................................................... 14
3.1.6 Define Queue for Transfer to Extended Warehouse Management ....................... 15
3.1.7 Set QOUT Scheduler ............................................................................................. 16
3.1.8 Set QIN Scheduler ................................................................................................. 16
3.2 Optional Settings ......................................................................................................... 17
3.2.1 Log Sent and Received Messages ........................................................................ 17
3.2.2 Registering Display Programs for Application Log in ERP .................................... 17
3.3 Appendix: Country-Specific Content ............................................................................ 19
3.4 Define RFC Destination to SAP EWM ......................................................................... 19
3.5 Define Logical System for SAP EWM and SAP ERP .................................................. 19

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Settings for EWM Integration in SAP ERP


1.1 Purpose
1.2 Overview
The purpose of this document is to describe the configuration steps required to manually set up
configuration for SAP EWM integration in SAP ERP.
If you do not want to configure manually and would prefer to run an automated installation
process using BC Sets and other tools, refer to the Quick Guide for your SAP rapid-deployment
solution.
This document supplements the existing Customizing documentation in the Implementation
Guide (IMG) and provides additional information where required.

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1.3 Country-Specific Activation Content


This configuration guide together with the other configuration guides belonging to this solution
package describes how to set up and configure the SAP ERP and SAP EWM system to
enable the different scope items (example business processes).
For all information in this guide, we assume that the user who carries out the configuration has
always logged on in English (EN), and therefore, follows English menu paths.
However, some configuration settings and master data include attributes which depend on the
country and/or language for which the processes are later used.
A business user may later log on to the system in a different language and go through the
processes from a specific country point of view using a localized SAP Best Practices
Baseline ERP package or a any other comparable localized (that is, country-specific) ERP
environment. The configuration guides of this solution package explicitly document and describe
country-specific activation content separated by country.

1.3.1 Overview of Documented Country-Specific Activation


Content
The current version of the SAP EWM rapid-deployment solution provides the following country-
specific content:
Country Language Comment
US (United States of EN (English) Default country / language.
America) The main configuration and master data
chapters use US and English as a basis.
DE (Germany) DE (German)
CN (China) ZH (Chinese) Country- and language-specific content is
documented separately in the section
RU (Russia) RU (Russian) Appendix: Country-Specific Content.
BR (Brazil) PT (Portuguese)

Country-specific attributes are documented separately. The following table gives you some
examples what these attributes are:
Attribute Comment
Language Language-dependent descriptions and texts of configuration or master
data.
Addresses With the focus on domestic processes, addresses, for example, of vendor and
customers as well as of plants or warehouses, are all within one country.
Dimensions For example, units for weights or length. Units of measure are set up in a way
that is typical for a country. The difference is mainly between Imperial (U.S.)
and Metric/SI (others).
Localization Settings which require localization (for example, Financial Accounting), such as
Configuration reconciliation accounts in vendor or customer master data. The values used
in this package are harmonized with the corresponding values of the ERP
baseline versions of that country.
etc. All further country- or language-specific attributes

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1.3.2 How is Country-Specific Content Documented?


Individual configuration chapters always describe the configuration and master data for country
US and language EN. If you want to enter country-specific settings in the system, the
document provides an appendix with configuration and master data for other countries.
Whenever configuration settings or master data attributes are different for a country, you find a
reference and a link to the appendix at the beginning of the configuration activity.

Conversely, you find a link in the appendix that allows you to navigate directly back to the main
configuration activity for which you want to create the settings. This way, you can easily
navigate between the main configuration or master data chapters and the appendix without
losing your current context.

The following country-specific organization data may be used in this configuration guide. You
would need to adjust the value for different countries:
Organization Unit Value Comments
Company code ##10
Purchasing Organization ##10
Plant ##10
Shipping Point ##10
Sales Organization ##10
Sales office ##0
Sales Group ##0

## represents for the two-digit country code. Country codes ## naming conversion is as follows:
Country ## Comments
DE 10 Germany
US 17 United States
CN 13 China
RU 16 Russia
BR 14 Brazil

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1.3.3 Decimal Notation


All figures or numbers documented in the configuration guides use the decimal notation
schema which is common for the US.
That is, the comma ( , ) is used as the thousands separator, the period ( . ) is used as the
decimal separator.

The Quick Guide of this solution package describes that if you use the automated content
activation together with the SAP Best Practices solution builder tool, your activation user must
set this US decimal notation in the user preferences.

The same is true for manual configuration of any of the documented country-specific content
since all figures are shown in the US decimal notation, irrespective of whether a business user
later while running the processes in a specific country environment uses a different decimal
notation.

1.3.4 Translating Texts in the System


If you configure the system manually, you are usually logged on in English (EN) even if you
want to set up the system for a country for which the country-specific language is not English.
Logging on in English simplifies the navigation in the system since the configuration guides
describe menu paths, field labels and so on in English only. This means, if you make entries in
fields that are language-dependent, these entries are assumed to be in English, except for
certain text fields (for example, in some master data environment) for which the system explicitly
offers a language key.
Almost all IMG activities (i.e. the transactions to enter customizing data) offer one common way
to provide language-dependent entries in languages other than the logon language:
1. To enter a translation, select the entry (entries) that you would to translate.
2. In the menu bar, choose Goto Translation.
3. Choose the target language(s).
4. Enter the corresponding translation for each target language.

SAP recommends to always enter the English source texts along with the country-specific
content translations.
If you set up a system completely manually by following the configuration guides, you carry out
the configuration activities described in this document and create the objects and English texts
accordingly. Once you have created an object along with its English texts, in a second step, you
enter the translations.
Country-specific content which is not language-dependent text for example, dimension-
specific values, currencies, or currency-related figures and so on is only entered for the
country-specific environment. This means, a products length can only be available in either CM
(centimeter) or FT (feet). Same is true for currency-dependent values and so on.

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2 Preparation
2.1 Prerequisites
Before you start installing this building block, you have to install the prerequisite building blocks.
The sequence of building blocks that need to be installed is listed in the prerequisite matrix for
this solution package.
You can find the prerequisite matrix in the step-by-step guide under Deploy Train Key Users
Content library (follow the link to the prerequisite matrix).

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3 Configuration
The following settings have to be made in the SAP ERP system to enable integration between
SAP ERP and the SAP EWM system.

These settings fall into the following three main groups:


Prerequisite settings that have to be checked and were delivered by SAP (as part of the
standard delivery).
The term Check used in this document refers to these prerequisite settings.
Settings defined by the customer (customer-specific settings and those used in the
customer namespace):
The system can use automation to request individual customer settings during the
personalization process. These settings are indicated in the text by <your value>.
Additional settings that need to be made either by automation or manual configuration (in
the customer namespace).
The term Create in the text refers to these additional settings.

3.1 Mandatory Settings


3.1.1 Create an RFC User
Use
To enable communication between the SAP ERP and the SAP EWM system, you have to
create an RFC user in the SAP ERP system.
You can skip this activity if the user already exists in your system.
Procedure
1. Access the transaction using one of the following navigation options:
Easy Access Menu Tools Administration User Maintenance Users
(SAP ERP)
Transaction Code SU01
2. On the User Maintenance: Initial Screen, make the following entries:
Field name User action and default values
User <RFCDIAUSER>

3. Choose Create (F8) .


4. On the Maintain User screen, create the following entries:
Field Name Entry
Address tab page
Last name <RFCDIAUSER>
Logon Data tab page
Initial password <BPconnect>
Repeat password <BPconnect>
User Type C - Communications Data
Profiles tab page

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Profile For information about the authorizations for SAP EWM


communication user, see the component Security Guide for SAP
EWM 9.0 on SAP Service Marketplace at
http://service.sap.com/instguides SAP Business Suite
Applications SAP EWM Using SAP EWM 9.0 SAP EWM
9.0 Security Guide.

For demo or trial purpose, the following roles can be assigned:


SAP_ALL
SAP_NEW
S_BI-WX_RFCA

If user RFCDIAUSER has the profiles SAP_ALL and SAP_NEW


assigned, the user has full authorization rights. If this authorization is
not applicable to your project, you can restrict the rights of this user.
5. Choose Save (Ctrl+S).

3.1.2 Define RFC Destination to SAP EWM


(For country-specific content, see appendix: Goto)

Use
For RFC based communication between systems, you need to define RFC destinations in your
system landscape. Remote Function Calls (RFCs) manage the communication process,
parameter transfer, and error handling between the systems.
Procedure
1. Access the transaction using one of the following navigation options:
Easy Access Menu Tools Administration Administration Network RFC
(SAP ERP) Destinations

Transaction Code SM59


2. In the Configuration of RFC Connections screen, choose Create.
3. Make the following entries:

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Field name User action and default values


RFC <EWMCLNT001> Read all notes below before you create
Destination the RFC destination!

In case the EWM application is


deployed as an add-on to your SAP
ERP system, and SAP ERP and
SAP EWM application are running in
same client, designate the RFC
destination using the following
naming convention:
<XXX>EWM<NNN>
where XXX is the system name
and NNN is the client.

Otherwise, designate RFC


destination using this naming
convention:
<XXX>CLNT<NNN>
where XXX is the system name
and NNN is the client.
Connection 3 - Connection to ABAP system
Type
4. Choose Enter and enter a description:
Description
Description 1 SAP EWM System
(See appendix for translations.)
5. Get the values for the following steps:
a. Go to the SAP Logon screen.
b. Right-click on your EWM system, and in the context menu, choose Properties.
c. On the Connection screen, make a note of the values in the following fields:
i. Message Server (or Application Server)
ii. Instance Number
6. Go to the Technical Settings tab and make the following entries:
Field name User action and default values
Load Balancing - No [X]
Target Host <Message Server from SAP Logon screen>
System Number <Instance number from SAP Logon screen>
Save as - Hostname [X]
7. Move to the Logon & Security tab and make the following entries:
Field name User action and default values
Logon&Security
Language EN
Client <###>, (enter your EWM target client)

User <RFCDIAUSER>

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Password <BPconnect>
(or password you have chosen in user maintenance)

Current user [ ] Deselect (default)

Trust Relationship - No [X] Select No (default)


Status of Secure
Protocol
Inactive [X] Select Inactive (default)
8. The next step is only relevant for a Unicode system. Check whether your system is
configured as Unicode system. If not, you can skip the next step.
a. In the menu bar, choose System - Status.
b. On the System: Status dialog box, check the value in the Unicode System field.
c. If value is Yes, the next step is relevant; otherwise, you can skip the next step.
9. On the Unicode tab, in the Communication Type with Target System section,
select the Unicode radio button.
10. Confirm the dialog box.
11. Choose Save (Ctrl+S).

Check whether password status is saved, otherwise logon with the specified user
will not work.

12. Choose the Connection Test button to verify that the connection to the SAP EWM system
has been established.
13. Choose the Remote Logon button to verify that logon with user and password works fine.
A separate screen opens, and you are in SAP EWM system. Choose Exit Session (Shift-F3)
to close the screen.
14. In SAP ERP: If your system is a Unicode system, choose the Unicode Test button.

Get in touch with your system administrator in case the Unicode test runs into
errors.

3.1.3 Define Logical System for SAP EWM and SAP ERP
(For country-specific content, see appendix: Goto)

Use
To enable communication between your SAP EWM and your SAP ERP systems, you need to
define a logical system.
Also for your ERP client a logical system needs to be defined and later on assigned to the client.
Procedure
1. Access the transaction using one of the following navigation options:
IMG Menu SAP NetWeaver Application Server IDoc Interface / Application
(SAP ERP) Link Enabling (ALE) Basic Settings Logical Systems Define
Logical System
Transaction Code BD54
2. Confirm the information message: "Caution: The table is cross-client".

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3. Choose the New Entries button.


4. Make the following entries:

In case the EWM application is deployed as an add-On to your SAP ERP system,
and SAP ERP and SAP EWM application are running in the same client, designate
the logical system using the following naming convention:
<XXX>EWM<NNN>
where XXX is the system name
and NNN is the client.

Otherwise, designate RFC destination using this naming convention:


<XXX>CLNT<NNN>
where XXX is the system name
and NNN is the client.
Examples:
Log. System Name
<EWMCLNT001> or <ABCEWM001> Logical System EWM
<ERPCLNT001> Logical System ERP
5. Choose Save (Ctrl+S).
6. Choose a workbench request if required.

3.1.4 Assign Logical System to SAP ERP Client


Use
The purpose of this activity is to assign the logical system of your ERP client to the client.
Skip this activity if a logical system is already assigned to your client.
Procedure
1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options:
Easy Access Menu Tools Administration Administration Client Administration
(SAP ERP) Client Maintenance

Transaction Code SCC4

2. On the Display View "Clients": Overview screen, choose Display Change .


3. Confirm the message: Caution: The table is cross-client.
4. Select your SAP ERP client and choose Details .
5. On the Change View "Clients": Details screen, make the following entries:
Field Name Entry Value Comments
Logical system <ERPCLNT001>
Currency USD

6. Choose Save (Ctrl+S) and confirm the information message.

3.1.5 Determining RFC Destinations for Method Calls


Use
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You can use this procedure to determine remote function call (RFC) destinations in the SAP
ERP system used for method calls.
Procedure
1. Access the transaction using one of the following navigation options:
IMG Menu SAP NetWeaver Application Server IDoc
(SAP ERP) Interface/Application Link Enabling (ALE) Communication
Determine RFC Destinations for Method Calls
Transaction Code BD97

2. On the Assign RFC Destinations for Synchronous Method Calls screen, select the relevant
EWM logical system, for example, EWMCLNT001.
3. Choose Standard BAPI destination.
4. In the Assign RFC Destinations for Synchronous Method Calls dialog box, in the RFC
destination for BAPI calls field, enter the RFC destination of the SAP EWM system (in
capital letters or use the value help).
5. Choose Continue (Enter).
6. Choose Save.
7. Choose Back (F3).

3.1.6 Define Queue for Transfer to Extended Warehouse


Management
Use
This procedure enables you to define the queue for Extended Warehouse Management (EWM).
Procedure
1. Access the transaction using the following navigation option:
IMG Menu Logistics Execution SAP EWM Integration Basic Setup of
(SAP ERP) EWM Connectivity Define Queue for Transfer to Extended WM
Transaction Code SPRO

2. On the Change View Configuration of EWM communication via Queue: Overview screen,
choose New Entries.
3. On the New Entries: overview of Added Entries screen, make the following entries:
Field Name User Action and Values Comment
Receiver <Logical Destination>, EWM logical system, for example,
EWMCLNT001.
Queue Type Inbound queue
Agg SQueue No Aggregation
MQueue Act Mass Queue disabled (=>
Single Queues)
MQueue Par Leave empty (Default)

4. Choose Save.
5. Choose Back (F3).

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3.1.7 Set QOUT Scheduler


Use
In this activity, you set up the scheduler for outbound queue in ERP, which enables automatic
processing of messages in the outbound queue.
Procedure
1. Access the transaction using the following navigation option:
Transaction Code SMQS
(SAP ERP)

2. Choose Registration.
3. Make the following entries:
Parameter Value
Destination <EWMCLNT001> (or <ABCEWM001> in case of EWM
as AddOn to SAP ERP)
Max. Conn. 1 (Default)
Max. Runtime 60 (Default)
W/o tRFC Leave empty (Default)
Scheduler Monitoring 0 (Default)

4. Choose Continue (Enter).

You can ignore the Scheduler Status. It is usually inactive and only changes to
active once a message flows between the systems.
5. Choose Back (F3).

3.1.8 Set QIN Scheduler


Use
In this activity, you set up the scheduler for the inbound queue in ERP, which enables automatic
processing of messages in the inbound queue.
Procedure
1. Access the transaction using the following navigation option:
Transaction Code SMQR
(SAP ERP)

2. Choose Registration.
3. Make the following entries:
Parameter Value
Queue name DLW*
Mode D (Default)
Max. Runtime 60 (Default)
Destination Leave empty (Default)
Attempts Leave empty (Default)
Pause 300 (Default)

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Scheduler Monitoring 0 (Default)

4. Choose Continue (Enter).


5. Repeat steps 2-4 for following queue names:
Parameter Value
Queue name DLV*
Queue name EWM*
Queue name CF*
Queue name WM*

6. Choose Back (F3).

3.2 Optional Settings


Below settings are optional. The settings enable the logging of messages for troubleshooting in
an early phase of the implementation project. They should be deactivated in a productive
system, for performance reasons.

3.2.1 Log Sent and Received Messages


Use
This procedure allows you to log sent and received messages.
Procedure
1. Access the transaction using the following navigation option:
IMG Menu Logistics Execution SAP EWM Integration Basic Setup of
(SAP ERP) Connectivity Log Sent and Received Messages
Transaction Code SPRO

2. On Change View "Log messages between ERP and EWM": Overview screen, choose New
Entries.
3. For Log received and Log send, select log error messages from the dropdown list.
4. Choose Save.
5. Choose Back (F3).

3.2.2 Registering Display Programs for Application Log in ERP


Use
You can use this procedure to register display programs for application log in the ERP system.
Procedure
1. Access the transaction using the following navigation option:
Transaction Code SMQE
(SAP ERP)
2. From the menu bar on the top of the screen, choose Edit Register Display Program
(Ctrl+F10).
3. Enter the queue and program names as shown in the following table:

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Queue Name Program Name


DLV* /SPE/QUEUE_DISPLAY_TOOLS
DLW* /SPE/QUEUE_DISPLAY_TOOLS
EWM* /SPE/QUEUE_DISPLAY_TOOLS
CF* CIFQEV02
WM* /SPE/QUEUE_DISPLAY_TOOLS
4. Choose Continue (Enter) after each line, and start with step 3 again for each new line in the
table above.

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3.3 Appendix: Country-Specific Content


3.4 Define RFC Destination to SAP EWM
(Goto Configuration Chapter)

Field name User action and values


Country: US
Description 1 SAP EWM System
Country: DE
Description 1 SAP EWM System
Country: CN
Description 1 SAP EWM
Country: RU
Description 1 SAP EWM
Country: BR
Description 1 Sistema EWM SAP

3.5 Define Logical System for SAP EWM and SAP ERP
(Goto Configuration Chapter)

ID User action and values


Country: US
<EWMCLNT001> or Logical System EWM
<ABCEWM001>
<ERPCLNT001> Logical System ERP
Country: DE
<EWMCLNT001> or Logisches System EWM
<ABCEWM001>
<ERPCLNT001> Logisches System ERP
Country: CN
<EWMCLNT001> or EWM
<ABCEWM001>
<ERPCLNT001> ERP
Country: RU
<EWMCLNT001> or EWM
<ABCEWM001>
<ERPCLNT001> ERP
Country: BR
<EWMCLNT001> or Sistema Lgico EWM
<ABCEWM001>

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<ERPCLNT001> Sistema Lgico ERP

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