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TECO is not allowed without closing the inspection lot


I have implemented 03 & o4 inspection.

When I made TECO of Process Order system is allowed without making UD of inspection lot.

I required if the inspection lots are open of particular process order system should not allow for TECO.

Please suggest the solution.


Ashish R

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    Posted on Mar 31, 2014 at 11:16 AM


    You have use functional module : FM QFOA_ORDER_TECHNICAL_COMPLETE

    Check also SPRO->Quality Management-> Quality Inspection->Inspection Lot Completion->Define Follow-Up Actions->Follow-Up Actions .Here you will get the relevant FM to address this issue

    Check this above setup by selecting the Follow up action



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    • Hi ,

      Can you check in the Follow up action in spro whether you have defined FM QFOA_ORDER_TECHNICAL_COMPLETE and mark the After posting and Sync updating.

      Check with your abaper with the below code -

      CALL FUNCTION 'QFOA_ORDER_TECHNICAL_COMPLETE' "Follow-Up Action: Technically Complete PP Order with order category 40 ( AUFK-autyp= 40 )


      i_qals = " qals

      i_qave = " qave

      * i_qapo = " qapo


      e_subrc = " sy-subrc


      e_protocol = " rqevp


      Otherwise , you can apply User Exit PPCO0007 in co02 or cor2



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    Posted on Apr 01, 2014 at 01:13 PM


    Standard SAP allow to do TECO even though UD in QA32 not done for process order.

    If you want to restrict it then with the help of ABAP consultant you can apply validation for COR2 transaction for this you can use BAdi COCR_CMX_BI_ORDER or user exit PPCO0007.



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