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DMR with skip lots & without inspection severity

Hi,

I have a requirement where my user needs the DMR at lot level where they do not need the inspection severity to be picked from DMR because the inspection plan has got different sampling procedures for respective MIC's.

Example:

Create a inspection  plan with 3 MIC's for a material as shown below which is having active inspection type as 01: Inspection lot against GR

MIC
Sampling procedure
Inspection severity for sampling procedure
Temperature SAMP1 SEV1 (for 100 lot size, sample size =5) Length SAMP2 SEV2 (for 100 lot size, sample size = 8) Width SAMP3 SEV3 (for 100 lot size, sample size = 2)

DMR at lot level is assigned to the inspection plan

DMR is defined as given below:

Stage
Insp severity
Skip Initial
No. of OK inspections
New stage if OK
No. of not ok insp's
New stage if not OK
1 sev1 yes 2 1 2 yes 1 1

When a inspection lot is created against a GR for 100 lot quantity for this material then system will show the sample size in the results recording screen by considering the DMR inspection severity for all MIC's as shown below.

MIC To inspect Inspected Result Temperature 5 Length 5 Width 5

My requirement is system should propose me the sampling size as per the sampling procedures assigned to the MIC's in theinspection plan as shown below:

MIC To inspect Inspected Result Temperature 5 Length 8 Width 2

Lots should be skipped normally as shown in the DMR but sample size should be calculated from the sampling procedure assigned to the MIC.

Please help me out if there is any standard practice in SAP for this requirement.

Thank you.

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    Sep 29, 2014 at 09:47 AM

    Dear All,

    When we are assigning sampling scheme to the sampling procedure, on the top left additional data tab is available where we can define the default inspection severity for that sampling procedure.

    Thanks for all you support.

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  • Aug 04, 2014 at 01:43 PM

    Did you actually define three separate severities for those sampling procedures?

    You should have three different sampling procedures.  All using the same severity codes, I.e. normal, tightened, reduced.

    In your first chart above the severity codes for the MIC's sampling procedures should all be sev1.

    Craig

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