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Control result confirmation at MIC level

Hello Experts,

How can we configure digital signature or any other check that the authorized user can only valuate the result at MIC level? Ex: For quantitative MIC if limit is between 3 - 4, then only authorized person should do result recording with out of range like - 5.

Thanks - Shyamal

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    Posted on May 26, 2008 at 02:40 PM

    Hi,

    You can control the valuation at MIC level by autorization , check autorization object Q_CHAR_PRC (transaction -S_BCE_68001413). You can read the help for autorization object , it has given different possibilities for controlling the result recording.

    If you want to control that system should only stop result recording when result is out of spec, I think you may restrict the authorization by not giving authorization to valuate the characteristic.

    Another ways is by implementing user exit, check following user exit -

    QEEM0011-User exit: add. functions before valuating insp. characs

    QEEM0006 -User exit: add. functions after closing inspection characs

    QEEM0015 - User exit: add. functions after entering individual results

    Sanjay

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    Posted on Jul 04, 2008 at 07:27 AM

    I think i got enough response over it. So closing it to contribute in new rule of engagement.

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