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Scenario: Destructive Testing for the First Piece

Hi all,

I am working on ECC 6.0, scenario is for a semifinished product I have 10 operations in routing. There is a destructive Test of the semifinished product. Now when I raise a production order of say 500, I need to confirm the total 10 operations for one product and give it for the test. If test is ok then and then only I will go for confirming the remaining 499.

1>Now Is it the only way to handle this senario or anything else can be done.

2> When we conduct the test, not all the components are scrapped but a certain are, in that semifinished product.

3> If we put Testing as an MIC for inprocess inspection then how to capture the cost. and how to define the lot size for that.

Pls do the needful

Regards,

Umesh

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    Posted on Dec 23, 2008 at 06:54 AM

    so the last operation is destructive testing, u can go for milestone confirmation for that operation so that all previous operations are confirmed when u confirm the milestone.

    for capturing cost of rMIC create an activity for that inspection operation and assign it in costing view in workcenter and also routing

    cheers

    vinay

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