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Status profile - Quality Info record


Pls explain about status profile: QM_P_DOL -

Status check DOL.

Waht is DOL?

Why is required?



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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Dec 18, 2008 at 12:49 PM


    Status profile is created by the user in general status management and used to control user statuses

    In a status profile you can:

    Define the sequence in which user statuses can be activated

    Define initial statuses

    Allow or prohibit certain business transactions

    Status Profile Assigned to Quality Info Record:

    Use : The supply relationship can run through a sequence of statuses that you define in a status profile. The sequence of statuses for the supply relationship is updated whenever inspection lots are accepted in the usage decision.

    If you assign a status profile that has a mandatory sequence of statuses to a vendor relationship, the system creates inspection lots for origin 01 with an inspection type appropriate to the status of the vendor relationship.

    supply relationship : A business link with vendor or customer.

    Quality Management information for these business links are managed in the SAP system using the following master data:Vendor master record and Info record with reference to vendor, material and plant.

    SAP standard User profiles starts with QM_P for supply relationship. In your case

    QM_P stands for supply relationship and DOL might be User notation.

    Hope it is clear to you.



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    • Former Member Former Member

      Hi Velu,

      Execute BS02, select the status profile, Go to Details and see how the statuses are defined.

      If you assign this status profile in Quality info record, the status will change accordingly when you do GRN.


      Venkat. V

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