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How to find a code group with a defect type catalog 09 in Report (QM10) output

Hi folks,

I am working on a implementation project with Quality notification for customer complaints.

One of the requirement from business was to see the Reason(Code Group) i.e. the defect type catalog 09 that is responsible for the lot to be rejected.

They want to see this Code Group in the reporting output in QM10.

I am not able to find the selection in change layout. Can someone help me is there a way to show this.

If not can you tell the steps regarding which table to pass the values and pick them from which table and field.

Thanks a lot,

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    Posted on Jun 05, 2014 at 03:57 PM

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    Try IW69. Use the following section of Selection screen for your query. you should get the output you desired.

    In above picture: Problem is Damage Code Group



    Table


    VIQMFE


    Fields: FEKAT -- Catalog Type (in your case it is '9')

    FEGRP -- Code Group of Damage

    FECOD -- Damage Code

    If you want Code Text (field KURZTEXT) then you nee table QPCT

    Hope this helps

    Jogeswara Rao K


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    • Hi Sandeep,

      Seems there is no provision for these fields in QM10.

      So 2 Options:

      1.You have a Standard report QM14 or QM15.

      2. If you still want to have all fields of QM10 and all fields of QM14 into one report, then you can make it easily though QuickViewer(SQVI) using following join.

      Select the Output fields and Selection fields as per your choice and Execute. The report will be in front of you.

      Jogeswara Rao K

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