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Deconsolidation Work Center- Issue in creating HU warehouse tasks

Hi Friends,

While executing the POSC process ( Unloading> Deconsolidation> Final PutAway) for Put Away process.

I am experiencing issue during deconsolidation, where 2 warehouse products:


EWM-061@BSG I were packed into HU#6000000026.

I need to move the product EWM-061@BSG I to Another HU.

Hence I created a new HU#6000000027 in the same Bin #XE_BIN001 in Deconsolidation WC#XE01.

I dragged and dropped the above product into the new HU#6000000027 and system created WT#3308 and confirmed automatically using 3040 repack WPT.

But when I check the Warehouse Monitor ,for 1 product it created the HU WT and for other it created the Product WT. I am wondering why system is creating such ?

Please suggest if I am doing anything wrong during Deconsolidation process.

POSC setting:

Unloading- DE01 > SA01 ( staging area)

Deconsolidation - SA01> XE01 ( decon Wc)

Final Putaway - XE01 >0010 or 0050 ( final Put away)

Below are the screenshots:

Decon Work center: XE01

Warehouse monitor:




Former Member

Hi Jogi

Take new flow new del and pack in ecc and pack two mat with diff st type putaway ( activity area = decon ) and create unload IB01 .. check below screen shot for understanding.

>>It will create 3 WT.

1. for unload(HU task) and 2 for putaway.

then confirm first Ib01 task and get Ib02 task and confirm to decon bin.

now you have 2 waiting wt that are putaway.

log in decon go to deconsolidate  tab and take source HU.... click on wt.. it will pick wt associated and ask you to select one....

Give packging mat  and put dest Hu and execute.
it will do unpack and pack ,,, do same for second product.

select each new HU and click complete process step for HU and close each box.

at the same time check in each HU detailed one tab storage process and IB02 step is completed.

now go to mon and confirm putaway.

your POSC looks good just follow above step and post if any issue and if looks good award it.



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