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Status REL RREC SPCO STUP

Hi All,

Inspection lot status REL RREC SPCO STUP  or UD   ICCO SPCO STUP

Agreed if UD code will not select properly then inspection lot status will not come in UD* but sometimes inspection lot qty showing in to be post in fact it has been posted.

Status showing UD   ICCO SPCO STUP but qty showing in to be post and stock posting log also showing qty already posted.

It can be clear from QA11 or QA12 but what is the reason behind this ?

Please help in this because entries getting multiple in such cases.

Thanks,

Abhishek

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  • Dec 31, 2014 at 09:44 AM

    Status SPCO indicates that the entire stock posting is done and there is no quantity pending in QI. So the quantity to be posted should be Zero if the status is SPCO. If you are getting some different results than this, then it could be stock inconsistency issue and you should check with SAP note 48815.

    Anand

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  • Jan 01, 2015 at 07:53 PM

    I haven't checked it but I believe what you are seeing occurs under the following condition:

    Inspection lot 04 created using "Early Lot Creation".

    A UD is made.

    A goods receipt is performed which posts the stock against the lot that already has a UD on it.

    In this case I believe you'll see the status you have.

    SAP in the F1 help for the inspection lot control field in the inspection type set up has the following warning:

    Recommendation: Avoid making a usage decision for this type of early inspection

    lot before any goods receipts have been posted. The usage decision will then

    have a stock quantity of 0, but will not have the status completely credited.

    This means that any following goods receipts will be posted into the stock for

    this inspection lot. You must then credit this lot from the stock quantity

    yourself, even if you do not intend to perform further checks.

    This can often happen if for instance a tank or silo is tested at the beigning of a pack out run to say 55 gallon drums.  The lab gets a tank sample and tests it.  Results recorded and UD made.  But the GR hasn't been done yet.  It takes 2-3 shifts to drum out the material.  GR is done, stock is posted against the lot that had the UD done the day before.  And there it sits...

    Even if you post directly to UR, the stock posting screen still needs to be processed.

    Craig

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