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Report to get next inspection date from msc2n

Dear All ,

I am trying to create a report for materials batches and the next inspection dates in msc2n . Is there a report of this type available in standard SAP ?

Secondly

From msc2n it gives the field as QNDAT in table MCHA . However I notice that when the dates in msc2n are manually changed or many other times the fields QNDAT in MCHA are completely blank . I have how ever noticed that the field QNDAT in MCH1 gives all the next inspection dates . How ever it is not mentioned in msc2n > How could this be explained .

Ram~

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    Posted on Dec 23, 2008 at 06:04 AM

    Hello Ram,

    No there is no such STD trx available that can give you your desire list for 'Next Inspection data'.

    Regards,

    Shyamal

    Edited by: Shyamal Joshi on Dec 23, 2008 11:48 AM

    Yes As correctly suggested by Ashok the table is MCH1, from where you can find all the details you need. along with the changed (Updated record) through MSC2N.

    Edited by: Shyamal Joshi on Dec 23, 2008 2:24 PM

    Dear Ram, BMBC will not help you to see the 'Next Inspection Date' in list form for all the batches in one screen. You will need to go to the Batch detail Change-Display for each batch to meet the requirement. While the table MCH1 is 100% satisfactory one for your requirement.

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    Posted on Dec 23, 2008 at 06:05 AM

    hi

    you can see tha data in BMBC,

    the data you canget from TABLE MCH1

    -ashok

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  • Posted on Aug 05, 2020 at 03:26 PM

    You can add a field to BMBC in config - go to SPRO - Logistics general - Batch and then USER group.

    Configure a new user group with the field you want and then assign (the user group) to the user - under user settings - in BMBC

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