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No sampling procedure found for sample

Hi

I had done confirmation for 1 batch and i want 5 fixed sample and i want to release it automatically/Manually as well,following step done but gets the message while doing sample in QA02

Created Sampling Procedure with fixed number 5 and topartsa as 1,confirmation requried option

Assgined this sample to inspection plan with inspection points 200

Master inspection characteristic created with required option and smapling assigned for QL and QN

After confirmation inspection lot get generated,plan is assigned but system status is CRTD PASG SPRQ and sample is not assigned.

Even containers are mentioned still the same error

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  • Posted on Feb 14, 2014 at 06:01 AM

    Hi,

    Sampling procedure, right? Where have you assigned this in inspection plan. I think you are talking about when you assign MICs to it. I don't understand why did you use inspection points.

    ntn

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  • Posted on Feb 14, 2014 at 06:48 AM

    Hello Kunal,

    Make sure QDV2, "Free inspection Points" is flagged for all Sampling Procedures maintained for all MICs.

    Amol.

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  • Posted on Feb 14, 2014 at 07:14 AM

    I read your query again. It seems to me that you are talking about Sampling Drawing procedure instead of Sampling procedure. Else you wouldn't use terms like Containers, confirmation required.

    Please clarify what you are doing and what exactly you are looking for. And you missed to attach the screen shots!!

    ntn

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