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REQUIRED CUSTOMER SPECIFICATION IN QA32?

Dear All,

i want to record customer specification and Obervation at a time of result recording in QA32 because MIC IS FIXED but specification cahange for each order. not want to create plan for each order.

So i want put both specifiaction and obervation at a time of result recoding.

Thanks & Regards

Rahul

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  • Posted on Oct 23, 2019 at 04:03 PM
    Not an easy way to do this. You could do this by procedure.

    Once in results recording, select Edit-->Create additional characteristic. It will pop-up a screen to allow you to pic a MIC and then put in the specs. You would of course have to train everyone and write SOP's on this.

    If you can do some development, you might consider enhancement QEEM0021. In this enhancement try EXIT_SAPLQEEM_025

     With this function module, the function code +US1 can be displayed as a pushbutton on screen. The pushbutton text can be freely defined. You can find further information in the documentation for function module EXIT_SAPLQEEM_025.

    I've not tried this but it would be what I would be looking at first. You can define the push button text as maybe "Enter Observation".

    When pushed, the button would add the additional characteristic and the window to enter the specs for the mic would pop-up. You would also code it so if its not applicable to the lot or material by some type of determination you design, then pushing the button results in a error message the action is not applicable for the lot.

    Craig

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