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SAP QM multiple measurements for an inspection characteristic

For QM in goods receipts inspection. We want to make 12 measurements on, let´s say, a wall thickness. I want to make 12 measurements even when I have only one piece, and it´s the same piece.

How to model that? Please advise!

Best regards, Enno

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  • Posted on Jun 03, 2014 at 09:01 AM

    Hi Enno,

    There is an option in Class Characteristic used in MIC. i.e., in Tcode CT04.

    May verify, whether this helps.

    Jogeswara Rao K


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    • Hello Enno,

      You need to record multiple results (12) for same characteristic, So there is no question of using Sampling procedure as you are not going to record results for 12 different samples.

      I strongly belive Solution has to be through Inspection point.

      Below link might be helpful for you.

      Inspection point | SCN

      I suppose, this requirement can not be fullfilled by standard way or some simple config change but you will have to look for most feasible option we have whether it is comfortable or not. 😊

      Amol.

  • Posted on Jun 12, 2014 at 06:52 AM

    Dear Enno,

    As per your requirement, ideally the inspection point functionality can be worked out. But as you replied earlier that it is not suitable for you, than I suggest one more standard way of doing it using Results Data Origin, but you need additional master data to be created which is cumbersome activity. But anyway, just go through the document link below and see if it works out for you. This functionality is normally using in Mining Industry.

    Quality Control of Geochemical Samples in Mining Industry -

    http://scn.sap.com/docs/DOC-48211

    With this functionality you can record the multiple values for same characteristic (MIC) with different results data origin (needs to be configured).

    Regards,

    Prakash K

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