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SAP certificate of analysis certificate profile maintenance

Hello Gurus,

my understanding for COA setting is,

1 Certificate Profile Name and certificate Type

2 Add Material inspection characteristics that want to display in the certificate , example, add MIC001,002,003 ,

3Release

4 Create material assignment with certificate profile

5 Print the certificate for inspection lot after RR and UD through QC20/QC21/QC22 to print

My question can the certificate print the result from RR (MIC from inspection plan directly), do not maintain the certificate profile MIC, one company have 1000 Finished products, each product with different MIC (which defined in inspection plan), each product want to print certificate, do I need to create 1000 certificate profiles?Or is there any enhancement?

In one word, user don't want to add MIC on certificate profile, because many kind of product.

Many thanks!

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    Posted on Jul 16, 2020 at 01:56 PM

    Hi.

    Don't forget when you can create a MIC "001" (as your example), you can specify this MIC "001" on your certificate profile. But in the same time, this MIC can be assigned on several inspection plan. And if you have many kind of product, this is not a problem : on a first inspection plan, your inspection characteristic assigned to MIC "001" can have tolerance limits "X1" and "Y1". On a second inspection plan, your inspection characteristic assigned to MIC "001" can have tolerance limits "X2" and "Y2". But both inspection plan will be relevant for a COA with the same certificate profile. In that way, your MIC "001" must not be a "Reference characteristic" (in order you can change tolerances or other fields into the inspection charact. of your inspection plan).

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