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Restrict operation confirmation if Characteristic rejected


We have 4 operations- 0010, 0020, 0030 & 0040 for the Production order and Inspection characteristic is assign at operation 0030.

Suppose the Order Qty is 10 PC, if i confirmed 4 PC upto operation 0020, then and reject the characteristic for 5th item. But system is allowing me to confirm the 5th item

How can i control this?. I want system should not allowed to confirm the operation for 5th item but allow to confirm for 6th to 10th item, if the characteristic is accepted.

All this items are serialization number.

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  • Posted on Jul 21, 2016 at 12:53 PM

    You'd have to look at doing a customized solution for this. Probably a user exit at time of confirmation.

    SAP has no way of processing what makes an item sutitable to "PASS" or confirm. What if there are 20 different tests? What if half of them are informational only tests and any failure of these wouldn't fail the item. What if there are minor tests collected for product engineers only? Could an item be failed if it passes all but one test? All but two? All but three? Which 2 or 3?


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    • Ok.. so you are recording the results against each item. It doesn't change the fact that SAP still has no idea if the item should be rejected or not. It can be set up to accept everything if all tests pass. But it can't be set up to reject an item automatically if any one MIC fails. (not without customization).

      It's perfectly acceptable for a business to accept something to UR that failed a test or two. Many places do that.

      If you want the system to block confirmation, you are going to have to provide custom coding in a user exit or somewhere.


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