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LAGP/T337B- warehouse capacity in pallets

Hey team,

I'm in the process of building a BW report for warehouse capacity and its usage:

Here is where I'm getting the data to calculate the warehouse capacity in pallets.

please correct me if I'm wrong...

for a given wh#,st type and st bin pick MAXLE( use 1 if value= 0) from LAGP and

for bulk storage types..pick the MAXLE from T337B for the same key combination.

Is this correct?

And to get the current utilization for the warehouse.

I'm getting the data from LQUA

for a given wh#,st type and st bin, what is my total stock (GESME) for a given material.

If this step is correct too...

my question is...how do i get the information on how many materials can go in a pallet.?

Thanks for your time...

please let me know if i'm missing something from the picture..

-vishal.

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The storage type customizing defines how you do capacity checks.

No capacity check

Check according to maximum weight

Check based on palletization accord. to SUT 1

Check based on maximum quantity per bin in storage type

Usage check based on material

Usage check based on SUT

Usage check based on material plus SUT

Based on these settings SAP allows maintenance of appropriate fields in create/change storage bin and uses those storage bin fields and fields from material master to calculate capacity values for the quant (table LQUA) and capacity usage in table LAGP.

Capacity calculation is a wide area in WM, almost no customizing, small maintenance in master data, but a large area for creating errors in fields of table LQUA, LAGP while doing movements.

I recommend to read the single field helps (F1) and compare all with the info from OSS note 392776.

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