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Additional QC samples produced in Manufacturing


We are using QC testing after production.

QC samples needed for testing, are issued to QC cost center once material is produced.

We have done enhancement in process order to increase process order quantity with QC samples, when process order is created.

Refer following example

if process order has original requirement quantity 100 pc and as per QC sample plan 10 pcs are needed then process order quantity will be incresed to 110 pc.This 10 numbers will be received in stock after GR and will be used in QC testing

Now problem occurs during MRP, when this 10 numbers are considered as available till process order is not delivered and quantity is not put in unrestricted stock.

Without changing MRP net requirement calculation logic, Is it possible to nullify 10 numbers in MRP.

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  • Posted on Nov 11, 2015 at 12:31 PM


    You can use BAdI MD_CHANGE_MRP_DATA to make these 10 units not relevant to MRP.

    See the blog Making an element not relevant to MRP or MD04 using BAdI MD_CHANGE_MRP_DATA with an example of this BAdI.


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  • Posted on Nov 12, 2015 at 06:00 AM

    Hi Mayuresh,

    If you want this without any customization then:

    When the process order is created create a manual reservation of quantity equal to the QM lot quantity of the process order using movement type 201 i.e. from warehouse stock to cost center consumption. This manual reservation will be negating your 'excess'. After you receive the stock from quality inspection to unrestricted when you perform consumption posting do it with reference to the reservation created earlier.

    If in case your process order has not delivered expected quantity then you can click on final issue indicator in the reservation so that it doesn't show in MRP anymore.



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