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QP02 not finding inspection plan


     A colleague created an inpsection plan using QP01. I needed to make a change to the inspection plan so i used QP02 to change but i got an error saying no valid task list for the selected material and it asks me to creat a new Tlist(plan).

The plan is showing in QE51N and my colleague can change the plan in QP02. Why cani not see or change the plan?



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    Aug 31, 2015 at 10:19 AM

    What inputs are you putting? You are saying your colleague created it using QP01, so it is not routing. What I can suggest is, put the inspection lot number in QALS table and see what group it is assigned to it. Go to QP02 and just put the group as input and see if you can get in to the transaction.

    What might have probably happened is, someone should have deleted the material assignment from the plan and hence you are unable to locate the material specific plan (in case if you are giving material code and plant as input to QP02)


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    • This will work and actually makes changing plans a lot easier for us, as we can assign one change order number to a group(3 people) and still see who made what changes. we were not aware of QP60 & QP61.

      Thank you this should help fix this re-occuring problem.

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    Aug 31, 2015 at 10:45 AM

    Check for the inputs Material, plant and key date.


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  • Aug 31, 2015 at 02:01 PM

    The only inputs we put in are -

    • Material
    • Plant
    • Change Number
    • Key date( we do not change this but it changes when we hit return / execute)
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  • Sep 01, 2015 at 08:24 AM

    Hi Anthony,

    As i understand from the screen shot you have created the Quality plan hence in QP02 check with the below inputs i.e.

    Plant and material

    because if already created quality plan might not valid on what you have given input date

    similarly if you are using ECM (Engineering change management) for Quality plan changes then only we will create a ECN (Engineering change note) by assigning the object (which material you are going to change with reference to the ECN) then we will make changes in the quality plan with reference to that ECN Number

    so my suggestion to check with plant and material number

    then check the validity in QALS table


    Venkatesh Babu

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