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Insp lot system and user status Tables

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Pls any body can guide in

Tables for insp lot system and user status.

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    Posted on Oct 04, 2008 at 06:34 AM

    Hi KP, The Tables are...... - QALS: Inspection lot record - The user status gets saved in a structure first, RMQEA: Screen fields for inspection lot processing and the table relates to tables such as TQ01,TQ01C,TJ02T,TQ01A,TQ30,TQ32,TQ40,TQ40T, TQ41,TQ41T,TQ42,TQ42T,TQ44,,TQ44T,LFA1,KNA1,PLKO,QPRS, QPRN,QALS,QAVE,MTQSS,MSEG, - QAVE: Inspection processing: Usage decision is tables where the UD related data get stored. - QAMV: Characteristic specifications for inspection processing, where specs and MIC along with results are saved for the lot. Regards, Shyamal

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    Posted on Oct 06, 2008 at 09:01 PM

    Hi ,

    For checking system status & user status you can use table JEST.You need to take OBJNR from QALS for a particular lot & then in JEST you can chk which status is active & which is inactive.

    Cheers,

    Tushar

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    Posted on Oct 10, 2008 at 09:15 AM

    Hi KP,

    To get the system and user status do the following:

    Go to table QALS with the inspection lot number, get the object number. Go with the object number from QALS to table JEST, you will then find all the active or inactive statuses. If you want system status then take the status from JEST to table TJ02. If you require user status then take the status from table JEST to table TJ30. Hope this clears things up.

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