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Follow-up function In QA11 changing equipment status to NPRT when UD is rejection but not removing NPRT when the UD is for acceptance.

Hello Experts,

I am working with follow up function while entering usage decision in Inspection lot.

My inspection lot is for Inspection/calibration of PM equipment. My follow up action contains the FM for status change of equipment. I have assigned this follow up action to all the codes of the selected set for my UD's (acceptance as well as rejection codes).

When I give UD as any of the rejection codes and save, the equipment status becomes NPRT in background. So far so good.

Now , my requirement is that if I do another calibration work order/Inspection lot, and this time if it passes, then system should remove the status NPRT.This is not happening. During saving of the QA11, the pop-up comes asking if the status should be changed. I enter accordingly but still the status does not change. The equipment still has NPRT on it.

What could be missing?

I know that I can remove the NPRT from the equipment master from IE02 manually, from the PRT data tab but that is not my client's requirement. Please advise.

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  • Posted on Jul 15, 2016 at 09:31 AM


    Please share the function module you are using for the follow up action.


    Dipeshkumar Bhavsar

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    • Former Member Arijit Banerjee

      Hello Arijit,

      Sorry for the late reply.

      Well, I could not solve the mystery as my client was not eager for development or modification of the FM's but I managed to convince the client that they should go for automatic TECOing of the PM order when the UD is being saved for the Inspection lot #.

      So, I activated both the FM's and now it is working as desired.

      When rejected equipment gets NPRT status and TECO'd. Later when another inspection lot is accepted, NPRT goes away and the associated PM order also gets TECO'd.

      Thank you for all the valuable inputs.