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Difference between Quality Management and Plant Maintainence

Hello,

We are trying to implement Quality notifications for SD.

Requirements in brief.

Analysis of customer initiated quality notifications by cause.

• analyze causes that are repeated for a particular plant or plants

• look at notifications by cause per week(s)

• look at notifications as a percentage of sales orders per week(s)

• look at notifications as a percentage of sales invoices per week(s)

In Logistics we have Application 05,17,18 which have extractors based on the same base tables QMEL,QMFE,QMUR,QMMA.

1. How is it differentiated for three applications? Is it based on the Notification Type and Notification Origin?

2. These areas have

2LIS_05_Q0NOTIF(header - qmel), 2LIS_05_Q0ITEM(item - qmel,qmfe),2LIS_05_Q0CAUSE (causes - qmel,qmfe,qmur).

To analyze causes do i need the header, item and causes extractor or just the 'causes' extractor should work.

Thanks

Shweta.

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    Posted on Mar 31, 2008 at 11:41 PM

    Quality notifications

    QMEL

    Quality notifications - causes

    QMUR

    Quality notifications - items

    QMFE

    Hope it Helps

    Chetan

    @CP..

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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on May 21, 2008 at 03:18 AM

    We are trying to implement Quality notifications for SD.

    Requirements in brief.

    what u mean by "Analysis of customer initiated quality notifications by cause." here what type of notification u are using"

    - Lots of QMIS Reports are avaialble using transactions.

    - are u developing reports based on Notifications.

    - Can u tell which u mean the three applications?

    - can u send me more details as a sample so that a better solution can be provided.

    shridhar

    09880644496

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