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vendor rejection

Dear all,

my client requirement:

scenario is like this

FG-SFG2-SFG1-RM

now RM will come from supplier.

that they will issue to subcontractor for process and they will get SFG1.

with that they will produce inhouse to get SFG2.

after that they will produce FG.

while doing inspection of FG QM people found defect but that defect belongs to SFG1.so they want to post that defect .

how they can post aganist that subcontractor why because code was changed to FG.

plz give solution for the same..

Regards,

prasad

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    Posted on Oct 08, 2008 at 07:43 AM

    Hi,

    You can create a defect class,and while doing defect recording u can assign the assembly.you can select the assembly from BOM.But in this case u can select the BOM for FG only.

    Regards,

    S.P.Selvathangam

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    Posted on Oct 08, 2008 at 10:35 AM

    Dear ,

    As i unduerstood, RM get consumed in SFG1 and SFG1 get consumed in SFG2 then SFG2 in FG.

    SO while doing result recording for a FG, You can dor the defect recording for the FG only. You are inspecting FG. Though in the notification you can say the root cause for defect as SFG1.

    Regards,

    Neeraj

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    Posted on Oct 10, 2008 at 03:59 AM

    Hi Prasad,

    Create Notification against SFG1 by using QM01 tcode with Q2 - Manual notification Against vendor.

    Here you take it out any one old GRN number for reference.

    Revert further clarification.

    Regards,

    S.Babusingh

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    Posted on Oct 13, 2008 at 06:57 AM

    thank u

    prasad

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