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QM : First inspection lot -> inspection plan, other inspection lot another insp. plan

Hello.

Is it possible with standard SAP when it is create the first inspectio lot for material/vendor ( origin 01) that it takes an inspection plan, and for the next inspection lot that will be created for the same material/vendor ( origin 01) that system takes from another inspection plan ????

Or have i to user a badi/user-exit?? which?

Regards.

Antonio

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    Posted on Mar 24, 2014 at 03:00 PM

    Hello Antonio,

    It is not possible with standard SAP.

    But yes, it is possible with User Exit QPAP0002 - Enhancement for material/plan assignment, plan selection.

    Use function modules

    EXIT_SAPLQPAP_002 -Customer Function for Task List Selection

    EXIT_SAPLQPL1_001 -Predefine Selection Parameters for Task List Selection from

    Amol.

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    Posted on Jun 05, 2014 at 10:27 AM

    Dear Antonio,

    Try this

    1. In material master do not set the auto release indicator for 01 inspection type

    2. Make inspection plant for material with group counter 2

    3. Now you have two different inspection plans with group counter1 &2

    4. Do the GR for same material for two times

    5. Two inspection lots will be generated

    6. Assign inspection plan manually for first inspection lot with first group counter

    7. Assign inspection plan manually for first inspection lot with second group counter

    Please let me know is it working or not

    Regards,

    Jagan

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