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Urgent - QM - Results Recording and UD

Hi Experts,

As per the process,

1. Inspection Lot Creation, 2. Results Recording and 3. Usage Decision (UD)

But in my system,

1. Inspection Lot Creation, 2. Usage Decision (UD) and 3. Results Recording.

As per the process, I should NOT be able to do RR after UD.... but the system is allowing me to do that. There should be some SPRO setting which doesnot allow for this process.

What are those settings..?

Please help. Good Points rewarded for best solution.

Thanks.

KIT.

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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Jul 23, 2008 at 03:42 AM

    Hi,

    There are three steps.

    1) Inspection lot creation - will happen as per things you have define like if 04 inspection type is at the time of Goods reciept an inspection lot is created.

    2) Results recording - you are doing results recording against parameters what you have actually got.

    3) Usage decision - you have finally give the decision whether the results recorded are ok or not and where the Quality stock is to be posted.

    Once you give the UD, system will not allow you do the Results Recording. This is standard.

    Usage decision can be changed (only code can be changed) but the Inventory stock postings cannot be changed after giving usage decision

    If you intend to do that after Usage decision, the only way is to have a user Exit, But normally this is not advised because it will generate inconsistencies.

    But I advise no changes can be done after Usage decison is made, unless there is a crucial business requirements.

    Hope it is clear.

    Srini

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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Jul 23, 2008 at 04:58 AM

    Hi Kumar,

    All of first I will strongly advice that that should not be done. (First UD then RR). It is defiantly not suggested or treasure by any one.

    But anyhow it is not impossible also.

    You just have to do is.. activated the Control indicator "Long-Term Inspection" for all those MICs you wish to record results after UD.

    Then Perform UD. Go back to the Result Recording Work list, it will allow you RR for the long term MICs.

    But Along with them kindly active the radio control indicator "Required Characteristic", that will give you indication that some long term MICs are yet pending for RR.

    Regards,

    Shyamal

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    Posted on Jul 23, 2008 at 07:51 AM

    Dear Kumar

    Check customizing setting in Maintain Settings at Plant Level & Define Recording Configuration.

    revert back

    Abhijit

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    Posted on Jul 23, 2008 at 03:30 PM

    If you can recrod results after the UD, then all your characteristics have been set up with the control indicator "Long-term characteristic". If you turn this indicator off for all your characteristics, you will not be able to do results recording after the UD.

    Craig

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  • Posted on Jul 24, 2008 at 07:23 AM

    Hello Kumar,

    if you're working with Longterm Characteristics I would also like to point out that you have to put these characteristics into process, prior to making the UD.

    This means that the characteristics should have the status 2 before you make the UD, if this is not done then it can happen that these are not taken into consideration on making the UD and you would have the same behaviour as described in the beginning.

    Regards,

    Isabelle

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