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Destructive Testing Handling Units

In our plant, handling units are created for a material at the time of the inbound delivery. If I receive 100 PCs of a material, let us say one handling unit is created in the system.

In the inspection plan for this material, I have maintained one of the MIC with destructive sample indicator. When the usage decision is being performed I want to post the sample size corresponding to the destructive characteristic as scrap. For example if i received 100 PCs into quality stock, i want to post only 95 PCs into unrestricted use stock as 5 PCs was used in the destructive testing. However in the stock posting screen I only have one line corresponding to the handling unit containing 100 PCs. How do i post 95 PCs of this handling unit into unrestricted use stock and 5 PCs as scrap.

Thanks in advance.

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    Posted on Oct 16, 2006 at 02:00 PM

    Hi ,

    Even thoug you wish to take only 95 in to unrestricted stock , to keep the MM transaction with the vendor to be simple, you have to accept the etire lot of 100 in to stock ( assuming that the cost of samples used for testing is to be bourne by your company).

    Then , since you have issued 5 to distructive testing ,which are consumed in the testing process , it shall be booked as consumption for quality inspection.

    This is standard SAP recommendation. Check for the appropriate movement type.



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      Thanks Raghuram for your quick reply.

      I was hoping that I would be able to find some standard functionality to automatically book the quantity of 5 PCs as scrap when the UD is done. I tested this funcitionality for non-HU managed materilas and it works perfectly.

      However if this is not possible for HU managed materials I will have to scrap the quantity manaully as you suggested.

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