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SAP PP - how does SAP control NOK products?


im working in a client, that much probably has holes (who doesn't?...) in the process of controlling products without quality (NOT OK).

What are the tables that gather these information, coming from external complaints or observed during the production process?

My client uses VF03 to see invoice and credit note for external complaints,

and uses Co03 to internally analyse AFPO.WEMNG AFPO.PGMNG ... so, if WEMNG>=PGMNG there are 0 products with defects (at least coming from production line), but if WEMNG<PGMNG there are products with defects....

Is there any table that sumarizes this??


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  • Posted on Sep 08, 2016 at 06:14 PM

    Hi Ricardo

    Usually, customers track the NOK products using the quality management module. You can use quality notifications to record complains and use inspection lots to analyze the materials produced.

    Take a look on the following link for more details:

    Quality Management (QM) - SAP Library



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  • Posted on Sep 09, 2016 at 02:49 AM


    Addition to expert Mr. Caetano reply you can refer below document for understanding.

    Thanks & Regards

    Sandeep Kumar Praharaj

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