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Quality inspection lot-Idoc

Dear All,

We need to exchange inspection lot details between SAP and non-SAP system through Idoc processing..

Inspection specifications in SAP-QM are to be transferred to the external system as outbound IDoc. And then external system will carryout the inspection and transfers the results back to SAP-QM as inbound IDoc.

Is there any standard IDoc available for this process in inspection lot?

Any pointers in this regard will be very helpful.



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  • Posted on Jan 23, 2007 at 04:25 PM

    Hi Rajadurai,

    You can use message type QCERT with IDoc type QALITY01/QALITY02.

    Hope this will help.


    Ferry Lianto

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    Posted on Nov 05, 2008 at 08:01 PM

    I need to do the same thing. Are you using SAP XI to transfer the IDOC to/from SAP-QM to your external system? What action starts the IDOC transfer? How do you send the results back?


    Ed Culnane

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    Posted on Nov 07, 2008 at 05:43 PM

    How/where do I set my partner profile outbound parameters to "transfer idoc immediately"?



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      Maybe this is a late would have narrowed it down earlier...but here you go again....

      1. Initiate t-code: WEL1

       Created logical address of customer/vendor (Automatic posting to vendor account)

      2. Initiate t-code: WE20 (or /oWE20 in the transaction box or /nWE20)

       Set up partner profile for intercompany customer.

      Tools ==> Admin ==> Admin ==> Process technology ==> IDOC ==> Partner profile.

      Partner number is customer number, partner type is 'KU' (customer).

      Partner status must be 'A' (active).

      Initiate WE20

      o Expand Partner Type LS

      o Select the Partner profile ECC

      o Double click on Message Type ZCATSTIME in Outbound parmtrs.

      o Check Receiver Port is assigned correctly

      o Check the Basic type as your Basic IDOC object.

      3. Initiate t-code: OYEH.

       Set up message control. Application is 'V3', output type is 'RD04', partner function is 'BP', message type is 'INVOIC',

      message code is 'FI', process code is 'SD08' (or something that you have specifically configured/customized).

      4. Set up outbound parameters.

      As per (2), with receiver port as per item (4) of the basis settings,

      => pack size = '1',

      =>and transfer Idoc immediately switched on.

      => The Idoc type is 'INVOIC01'.

      => EDI standard is 'E'.

      => Message type INVOIC.

      5. Set up inbound parameters (for partner function vendor 'LI'). As for customer, message control FI.

      with process code of 'INVF', and syntax check and process immediately switched on.

      The partner function should be " " (or blank).

      Please double check you Inbound & Outbound Parameters (these are key validation points).

      Edited by: Ram S on Apr 24, 2011 5:42 AM

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