We will take a quick look at the approach taken in manually operated areas again, before we head over to the automated ones. As usual, I mixed technical details with practical examples in order to make it easier for you to digest the content.
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With this post I will unwrap the MFS warehouse monitor node for you and explain what kind of data you can access with each sub-node and what you can do with the methods given for each sub-node in EWM standard.
This blog is part of the series ‘SAP EWM meets Automation – Discover EWM MFS’. I will unwrap the MFS warehouse monitor node for you and explain what kind of data you can access with each sub-node and what you can do with the methods…