Optimizing Warehouse Management Monitoring Based on SAPUI5 and SAP HANA

OData support
Supervisor:
Dr. Martinek Péter
Department of Electronics Technology

In today’s world, it is essential to register and continuosly monitor the material stock for companies which have more than one warehouse. In this project the SAP EWM moni-toring component will help us to follow up where our products currently are. The man-agers and the warehouse supervisors usually need some information about the current location of the products that leave the warehouse, and the route they are on in order to speed up the stationing and the waiting trucks' loading time. To recover these pieces of information, the Loading Workload per Route, which is in the EWM system, can help us. Unfortunately this kind of report can take 30-40 minutes, depending on the amount of data that needs to be processed, which can cause financial losses to the company.

In the first part of my thesis, the EWM system will be presented with the associated Loading Workload per Route component. Moreover, the EWM Live will be presented, which is a new application that helps the preparation of the reports take less time in real time.

After that, the reader will have an insight to the technology which the EWM Live uses. One of the main construction elements is SAP HANA, which can retrieve data from a huge dataset to collect information in real time. The other main technology is SAPUI5, which can create a web application from the collected data to the desktop, telephone or tablet.

In the third part, Iwill present how the Loading Workload per Route builds up in the SAP HANA system and how fast data access can the newly built model provide against the former EWM version. There will be a huge dataset, which will help to test this claim.

Finally, in the last part, an SAPUI web application will be presented. An OData service will help to make sure that the formerly retrieved data by SAP HANA get visualized inside the application’s framework.

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