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Multiple specification in recipe


Hi All,

We have a requirement where we would like to maintain multiple specification during in-process inspection.i.e. we would like to maintain it in the recipe since we are using process orders. We had maintained multiple spec in inspection plan for 04 inspection type, where we maintained for object type country, and it is working fine.  Can you help us how we can maintain multiple spec for 03 inspection type in recipe?  We are unable to find the object or object type columns in the  material assignment screen.

Thanks in advance.

Regards,

Arun R

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  • Dec 29, 2014 at 04:54 PM

    Hello Arun,

    Please refer to this link:

    http://help.sap.com/saphelp_erp60_sp/helpdata/en/e8/751042705a5533e10000000a155106/content.htm

    "You cannot use the functions for multiple specifications with the following inspection lot origins:

    • Production (inspection lot origin 03)
    • Delivery to customer with sales order (inspection lot origin 10)
    • Delivery to customer without sales order (inspection lot origin 11)
    • General delivery (inspection lot origin 12)
    • Repetitive manufacturing (inspection lot origin 13)
    • Plant maintenance (inspection lot origin 14)"

    Regards,

    Natália

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    • Former Member Arun Ramachandran

      Hi Arun,

      You can use Inspection type 04 with early lot creation. This way you can start your inspections as soon as the process order is released.

      Best Regards,

      Rahul

  • Dec 31, 2014 at 06:15 AM

    Hello Arun, Can you use inspection point concept here for 03 inspection type to distinguish the inspection readings based on country? Just a thought!

    1. Assign appropriate inspection point in task list header
    2. You can customize new inspection point if required which would contain one field for Country. QCC0 > Quality Planning > Inspection Planning > General > Define Identifier for Inspection Points
    3. At the time of result recording system will pop up a window of this inspection point prior to data entry screen.
    4. Enter country code and then record the results that pertain to this country
    5. For entering results for another country again you should hit to results tab and give another country code.
    6. Thus you can store country wise inspection results.

    Anand

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