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Insp result not transferred to Batch classification in case of order status TECO

Hello,

Are you aware why SAP don't transferred an inspection result to batch characteristics (classification) in case of order status is TECO?

If order status is REL then do transfer result but not in case of TECO or CLSD status. Can we change this SAP behavior?

Our requirement is result should get transferred to batch classification even order is TECO.

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  • Jul 19, 2016 at 04:20 AM

    Hi Eric,

    Please let us know which inspection type, you are using.

    Regards,

    Dipeshkumar Bhavsar

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  • Jul 19, 2016 at 05:01 AM

    Hi Eric Sun,

    I believe, you are thinking of inspection type "04" linked to GR form ProdOrd. Please confirm.

    If mandatory system setup is already there for transferring inspection results of MIC to batch classification, then you just need to follow the QM process for RR (to make MIC system status "5") and UD. Only after that the results will be migrated to batch classifications. Then you can set the order status "TECO" or "CLSD", as all linked / dependent process are complete in all respect.

    I think this system behavior is pretty much standard and may not be possible to change, as you are expecting.

    Thanks,

    Arijit

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  • Jul 19, 2016 at 12:57 PM

    Are you running the Auto usage decision program for 03 lots?

    Transfer of resutls only happens during the UD or the valution of an inspection point.

    Craig

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    • What are your settings in config for the inspection point?  Since you are using this for an 04 lot and not an 03, your "no of insp. points for char. summariz." should be 0 and the "Last inspected sample is valid" should be ticked on.

      Normally SAP can only behave one way for 04 inspection points so it shouldn't matter at all what those settings are. But maybe they somehow get taken into account because of the TECO.

      Craig