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Process - Booking into Stock

Our Organization a setup of the following process from procurement to inventory as shown below.

We are having issues with this current process flow as after parts are delivered, it goes into inspections and on QM-Lot status. Once inspection is done it goes into stock (showing in SAP as already in-stock) regardless wether there is a NCR or QN generated during inspection. This creates two problems for us

  1. stock levels are inaccurate as it doesn't differentiate bad stock from a good stock.
  2. Items with QN does not get focus to get resolved (as it shows to be in stock). We always get caught out that there is an issue with a part when we are picking/issuing from stores

I would like to add another step in between QM-Lot and Stores when there is an NCR on the part preventing it to go into stock.

is there something in SAP to change this flow?



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  • Posted on Jul 30, 2014 at 05:32 PM

    You just have one bucket for stock, while SAP differentiates between unrestricted use, quality inspection and blocked stock.

    If you have a problem with the quality, then I wonder why you do a usage decision into unrestricted use stock. post it to blocked stock and it is not available for picking.

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    • I'm not sure what you want a screen shot of. The UD code is just another code added to the selected set for the UD. Should be straight forward for who ever does your QM config. (QS41 and QS51).

      To view in QA32 or QA33 it's just a screen layout variant to display the UD code and maybe posting quantities if you want.


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