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Copy inspection results using QECOPY

Hi shymal,

I have also tried the same but in my case windo is getting pop up ( when i am staring result recording for second lot ) in which i am entering the inspection lot no from which data is to be copied but when i am executing it data is not getting coppied

Asd

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    Posted on Jul 04, 2008 at 11:31 AM

    Hi ASD,

    What is actually happening over there? Is it giving any message?

    Regards,

    Shyamal

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      Hi ASD,

      For this requirement you will be in need of developing your own mapping procedure and selection procedure. And SAP also suggested the same also. And To create your own procedure, create a BAdI implementation for the BAdI QEC_MAPPING.

      The another one is "Selection of results data for copy inspection results function (QEC_SELECTION)"

      - Amend them or create new from their reference

      - You can create your own results data origins in Customizing.(SPRO->Quality management->Quality Inspection->Results Recording->Define Origins of Results Data.

      - To create your own procedure, create a BAdI implementation for the BAdI QEC_SELECTION.and assign it to the field "SELECTION" in the "Make Settings for Copy of Inspection Results" settings in IMG.

      - create your own procedure, create a BAdI implementation for the BAdI QEC_MAPPING. and assign in to the field "MAPPING", AT in the "Make Settings for Copy of Inspection Results" settings in IMG.

      Regards,

      Shyamal

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