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Quality Notification

Hi All,

I need some help on Quality notification.

Let me brief the scenario first.

Production creates a Quality Notification, (which is "WP").After production is done creating a WP notification, which can be more than 1 notification, they submit it to QA for approval.QA then creates another notification "DP (DPR)". Then this will be i.e "DP" the main notification and will be used as a reference for all the WP notifications that Production created.

Now if the DP notification is completed(all task), and again we create a new "WP" Notification and assign it to the DP notification which was completed(all task), it still accepts.

Client wants it should not accept it for new WP notification, for a DP notification which was already completed.

Please let me know if there is any user exit for it or what should be best solution for it.

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Regards,

Suman

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    Posted on Jun 29, 2007 at 10:58 AM

    HI Suman,

    Sorry but I cant understand your scinario, can you please explain some more points in detail.

    So that I will help you

    Regards

    Siddhesh

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    Posted on Jun 29, 2007 at 11:45 AM

    Suman,

    You can use Field-exit for the data element QWRNUM for the field Reference Notification.

    You can create it using transaction PRFB after you get into transaction CMOD. Here you create the field-exit and assign it to the function module. The code can be written here to check the status of the DP notification. If it is already completed then you could give an error so that user would not be able to create further notification on the basis of the DP.

    This should work. take the help of your Abaper.

    Ram

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