SAP Mobilized RF Transaction for Production Order Count and Receipt, Put Away, and Confirmation of Order – CO15, MIGO MT101, and LT11

With a SAP Production Order assigned to the Production Line, the purpose of this premium SAP RF combination transaction is to both mobilize and automate the SAP Production Order Count, Finished Goods Inventory Receipt, perform the Transfer Order (TO) Confirmation to Put Away the Finished Goods inventory, and provide a Confirmation of the Order in real-time, in the SAP ERP system. This mobile SAP Production Order Receipt will also often include the ability to print 1D/2D barcode labels for the received Finished Goods or Semi-Finished Goods material.

This example SAP RF transaction is an exclusive BCCD Premium Software Combination Transaction. BCCD’s best practice automated combination transactions consist of multiple SAP t-codes and/or movement types daisy-chained together for advanced mobile SAP software automation and user simplicity (ease-of-use). The included transaction (t-code) for entering Production Order Count / Confirmation of Order is CO15 and used for Material Management- MM, and Inventory Management- IM, and is closely integrated with SAP Production Planning- SAP PP module. This Finished Goods Receipt (or semi-FG) uses SAP software transaction code MIGO with a movement type 101 (MIGO 101). BCCD’s QuickPrint solution is directly integrated into the SAP software, and the MIGO 101 Goods Receipt, to enable printer-agnostic 1D/2D barcode label printing as a more efficient and user friendly alternative to material label printing with SAP Smart Forms and/or SAPscript. With the CO15 and MIGO 101 posted and acknowledged by the user, the user is then direct to Putaway the received FG material using the optimized LT11 transaction- a Transfer Order (or TO) Confirmation by Queue. This TO Confirmation/Putaway step can be performed immediately after receipt as a continuous 1-Step Process, or the put-away can be performed later as a second, 2-Step Putaway process.

SAP System Production Order Count and Finished Goods (FG) Receipt, Put Away, and Confirmation of Order

  • Confirmation and Receipt of Finished Goods (or Semi-Finished Goods)
    • Scan or Enter the desired printer for the printing of 1D or 2D barcode labels, encoding of RFID tags, or laser documents.
    • Scan or Enter the Production Line.
    • Scan or Enter Material/UPC Barcode.
    • Count/Validate and Enter the Quantity for the Unit of Measure- Case, Carton, Pallet, etc.
    • Select the Number of Barcode Labels to Print.
    • Post Information to the SAP System and Generate Barcode Labels directly from SAP ERP.
  • Finished Goods Material Putaway / Transfer
    • With a Source Location Identified, Scan or Enter Material to be Moved.
    • Enter Quantity of Material.
    • Scan or Enter Valid Destination Location/Bin.
    • Confirm Transfer of Material(s).

Production Receipt SAP RF Transaction Additional Capabilities: Additional RF Production Order Receipt business requirements may include automation of SAP software’s CO11N transaction for basic labor reporting functionality and for manufacturing business operations. The CO11N is operationally a Production Order Confirmation (time tickets for production orders) where a system may be designed to enable and require that a user enters particular operation, activities, sequences, and order data. Confirmations at an operation level may have additional benefits in data collection, so that a business can record activity of each operation in system: e.g. setup time, process time, and other metrics that enable actual costing to be known in more detail.

Functionality described is for SAP ECC 6.0® and SAP S/4HANA® end users and leveraging SAP Console, SAP ITSmobile, or SAP Fiori / UI5 platform connectivity, combined with 802.11 wireless (WLAN), as well as certified mobile devices such as Zebra RF barcode scanners, vehicle terminals, rugged tablets, etc. Images shown may not depict exact mobilized and automated SAP RF transaction or actual Zebra RF barcode scanner, as software, screens, and equipment may vary from end-user to end-user based upon software blueprinting, application requirements, and final recommendations.

Best practice standards are vital to create consistent and easy-to-use RF screens for mobile users, as well as to meet corporate requirements for standardization. BCCD designs each IM and WM transaction for mobile RF scanners (handheld barcode scanners, rugged tablets, vehicle terminals, and more) with minimal words and maximum simplicity, optimized specifically to make the mobile SAP RF scanning and barcode printing system extremely easy to use for the operator. BCCD’s TranASAP solution is developed for real-time, directly-integrated architecture, using the above SAP-certified software development platforms and connectivity tools.

Contact BCC Distribution to illustrate how RF scanning and barcode printing automation can optimize SAP ECC 6.0® and SAP S/4HANA® Inventory Management, Warehouse Management, and Extended Warehouse Management specific to your Inventory Movement process for manufacturing, warehousing, and/or distribution operations.