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QM_INSPECTION RESULTS

Dear QM Experts,

The case is like this,

1. I am using manual inspection lot of origin 89.

2. Prepares an inspection plan under usage 3.

3. This inspection plan has 3 operations and under each operation there are several MICs defined.

4. Inspection point 150 is assigned to inspection plan.

5. So inspection is possible with operation wise and identification number wise.

6. Now while recording the results system asks for identification details.

7. Here date will be changed. i.e. while recording the results filed QAPP-USERD1 will vary as user enters.

Requirement

1. Inspection report is required with all these details.

2. The inputs should be inspection lot number, identification number, inspection date (QAPP-USER1), and operation.

3. I referred tables V_QDQLQEM, QAPP, QAMV, AFVC, QASE

4. The output should be in sequence as Inspection Lot Number, Plant, Material, Operation, Operation Description, MIC Number, MIC description, Lower, Target, Upper, Observed Value,

5. Can anybody tell me the sequential logic for ABAP development?

Thanks in advance,

Best Regards,

Anand Rao

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  • Best Answer
    Posted on Feb 18, 2009 at 09:18 AM

    dear Anand

    Do not use any table . Your all requirement will get sufficed with this Bapi

    BAPI_INSPOPER_GETDETAIL. Take ABAP help to get the report

    Finding any difficulty pls get back

    Regards

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  • Posted on Feb 24, 2009 at 11:43 AM

    Hello Gajesh,

    Time being requirement for inspection point has been withdrawn by client. Hence I did development using tables mentioned above.

    However I studied BAPI opted by you. This will definately solve all inspection point related issues. In case of further queries I will come back to you for sure.

    I am closing this thread awarding full points to you

    Thanks again for your so prompt help!

    Best Regards,

    Anand Rao

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