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I have a doubst about measuring points plans

How I can download the reports of the historical data of trhe information uploaded to these plans?

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    Posted on Aug 26 at 05:48 AM

    Hi Cristopher,

    I have not seen such report for maintenance plan to get the list of all measurement documents created against counter used in that maintenance plan.

    As we input the details of reading against the counter and not the maintenance plan, so I don't think we have any standard report for this.

    However you can use IK17 report to get the details of measurement documents created against the counter used in plan.

    Regards,
    Sandeep Vaidya

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  • Posted on Aug 26 at 06:35 AM

    Cristofer,

    The maintenance plan only takes the counter reading as an input. The measurement documents could be generated from a few places e.g. order, notification, confirmation, IK11, etc. So as stated by Sandeep above, there isn't a standard report.

    However, you could write your own report linking tables MMPT, MPLA, IMPTT and IMRG. This could be done via ABAP, QuickViewer (SQVI or SAP Query (SQ01/2).

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    PeteA

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  • Posted on Sep 08 at 03:20 PM

    I Hi thanks for your comments, I need to know why in my counter sum my readings to my Counter Over Reading (CntrOverReadg) inside equipment, example, I have 185 psi in my Counter Over Reading and I need to call the maintenance order when my read is higher than my CntrOverReadg. Add image:

    In my readings in IK17, the information is 185 psi plus input in IK22 (70psi), the equals is 255 psi, and I dont require this, I need to add readings, and when are greater than my CntrOverReadg, call the work order.

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  • Posted on Sep 08 at 03:52 PM

    Cristofer,

    The Counter Over Reading is used to determine when a counter resets itself back to zero. Example: a counter with four digits can have a maximum counter reading of 9999, and one more count would set the counter to 0000. So you would enter 9999 in the Counter Over Reading field.

    Typically speaking, PSI readings would not be considered as a counter anyway - its just a measurement i.e. it can go up or down.

    You can set the min/max threshold values in the measurement point, then use user-exit IMRC0001 (MeasPoint/MeasDoc: Exit before update) to create an order and/or notification if the threshold is exceeded.

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    PeteA

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  • Posted on Sep 08 at 09:55 PM

    Oh ok, so I will modify my counter to Measuring Point, other question, what is the user-exit IMRC0001? and how can to upload a work order in this measuring point?

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  • Posted on Sep 09 at 06:44 AM

    Cristofer,

    A user-exit allows you to enter company-specific program code. So you will need to work with an ABAP Developer to implement user-exit IMRC0001 (see transaction SMOD).

    Useful info:

    https://help.sap.com/viewer/61f8c51bfee94fa78c8835db685249eb/6.18.11/en-US/396cb65334e6b54ce10000000a174cb4.html

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    PeteA

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