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Why inspection lot is not created?

Dear All,

while releasing the production order 0 inspection lot created.

I assigned the inspection plan to all material.

please guide me.

Rgeds,

Vijay Mankar

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    Posted on May 12, 2007 at 03:33 PM

    Hi,

    check in the opl8 transaction whether inspn type has

    been assigned

    check whether qm proc is active in qm view of material

    master and qm control key is assigned in the material

    master

    check whether inspn setup has been carried out

    check whether inspn plan has been created with usuage

    5 and status 4

    check whether in the op control key in the inspn plan

    for the work center whether inspn charac reqd ind is

    active.(pp06)

    If the inspn data has been maintained in the qm view

    of the material master then the system has to create

    inspn lot automatically as soon as first op is

    released .

    If the inspn lot could not be created the system has

    to set the status ILNC

    Regards

    nandha

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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Dec 03, 2007 at 05:15 PM

    Hi,

    I have had the same problem with all material master data OK.

    When you release a production order, the system uses the date of routing transfert (usually same as the date of BOM explosion) to read the QM data.

    If the routing has been deleted between the moment your read the PP informations and the moment you release the order, QM data does not exist any more and the inspection lot can not be created.

    The only way is to read PP master data just before releasing the order, to be sure to use up-to-date data.

    Regards,

    Lionel Pons

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