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batch determination by UD.

Dear Guru's,

I want to define my scenario like this.

After goods receipt against purchase order,goods will move in quality stock.

At the time of result recording I will check all characteristics.

I have created this as a master insp. char and assign in qual.plan.

e.i. MIC are Thickness, width, grade, etc.

Now I have created one batch class for that i have created same char. by CT04 and assign it in class.

Now my requirment :

when i record the characteristics at the time of result rec.

system should create a new batch which having this same char. with same value

Can system take automaticaly the same batch valuation at the time of goods receipt.

Please suggest me.

It will help me alot.

Thanx and Regards,

Nilesh Ithape

SAP PPQM consultant



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    Posted on Apr 11, 2008 at 12:00 PM

    Not 100% sure what your looking for. In the UD you can post to a new material, and/or a new batch.

    When you receipt the material the batch should already be created and the characteristics assigned. The batch number should already be associated with the inspection lot. When the UD is made, the inspection lot values should be automatically copied to the batch record if you have all the general chara and MIC's linked and the right master data and config set up.


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      I have create batch but i am not updating the values at the time of MIGO .

      just i have created batch and assign it at the time of MIGO.

      After that I am doing result recording and UD. I want that result should be automaticaly update in the batch for that char..

      Is it possible?




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