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Stock transfer inspection lot

I want to generate stock transfer inspection for only one movement type ie 344. Can we restrick stock transfer inspen lot generation for this mvt type alone. Clinet need inspection for some particular material when it is moved from blocked to unrestricted after repairing.

Lot should not get generated for any other mvt types like 343 etc.

If so plz let me know customising path.. i jus checked mvt type control for lots and got a bit confused there seeing different mvt types.

Thx in advance

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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Sep 22, 2008 at 09:59 AM

    Hi Jaison,

    If you want Stock transfer inspection lot use movement type 322, 349.

    Regards,

    S.Babusingh

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    • Former Member ATUL MITTAL

      Ooooopsss Sorry for the miss understanding.

      Dear Atul, you are 100% correct. Activation of this check box will omit inspection lot for that particular movement type.

      As the STD description for this field suggest so and it woks also accordingly.

      "If you set this indicator for a movement type, no inspection lots are

      Movement Type for QM Inspection Processing Not Active
      
          If you set this indicator for a movement type, no inspection lots are created for stock postings.

      So it should be activated if you don't want the lot

      Now to Jaison,

      Again regretting about the misunderstanding!!!

      Dear, I think in addition to it I think you will be in need to add the movement type at......

      SPRO ->Quality Management ->Quality Inspection ->Inspection Lot Creation ->Inspection for Goods Movements--->Deactivate Quality Inspection for a Movement Type.

      Here add the movement type 344 and "DON'T CHECK THE CHECK BOX QM NOT ACTIVE"

      Hope everything will go perfect this time

      Regards,

      Shyamal

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