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Time based FERT material inspection.

Dear all,

I would like to make a time based FERT material inspection with GR type.

Is any body explain the procedural steps?

Thanks,

Das

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    Posted on Jan 31, 2008 at 06:42 AM

    Hi

    what is your scenario.

    can you pl. explain in detail.

    Regards

    YMREDDY

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      For QM inspection, prior to the creation of the inspeection lot, MRP calculations use the GR. time value (in days) as found in the QM view of the material master on the MAIN QM page.

      Upon actual GR and creation of the inspection lot, MRP uses the end date of the inspection lot which is calculated using the avg. inspection duration as found in each inspection type set up in the material master. MRP assumes everything will pass inspection.

      If you manually change the inspection end date of the inspection lot in QA02, this will then affect the next MRP run. Lab managers should be managing these dates as part of their day to day activities. This is RARELY done in most plants.

      Craig

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    Posted on Jan 31, 2008 at 07:06 AM

    hi prasun

    i am giving related urls pls see.i hope those are usefull to u.

    and reward me points if helpfull.

    help.sap.com/bp_bblibrary/500/Documentation/F50_BB_ConfigGuide_EN_DE.doc

    help.sap.com/bp_pharmav1600/Pharma_US/Documentation/P50_BPP_EN_US.doc

    thanks

    karthikeya

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