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Additional field for quantity posted

Dear Friends,

While doing UD there are some fields for the quantity posting such as to unrestricted,to scrap,to block etc.but there is no field for to rework or rejection.As practically there may be a situation that the material which is non confirming in quality may me rework & clear it ok.

now please tell how can i add that field for rework in that area.

Please reply.

Regards,

Chandra.

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    Posted on Feb 23, 2009 at 10:43 AM

    Hi,

    Goto SPRO-- >QM -- ->Quality Inspection -- >Ins lot compltion --


    >Define inverntry posting.

    Here you can assign ur Posting UD and movement type which u want to post.

    Regards,

    Selva.

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  • Posted on Feb 23, 2009 at 04:23 PM

    Dear Chandra

    My suggestion will be use Block for Rework purpose. Please add this in your Blue Print process.

    Please find the rework process for your reference

    Rework & rejection

    1. Reject the material in QA32 to block stock

    2. Reverse faulty material using Tcode MB1A u2013 262 movement type against the production order

    3. if you need to scrap highly faulty materials use Tcode MB1A u2013 551 movement type against a cost centre

    4. Create a rework order using Tcode Co01 order type (PP03)

    5. Enter the Parent production order number in the goods receipt tab in Co01. (inbound delivery)

    6. Issue goods against the rework order using MIGO

    7. confirm the rework order through co11n

    8. Move the material back from block to quality using Tcode MB1B u2013 349 movement type (activate 08 inspection)

    9. Inspection lot created

    10. do the posting accordingly

    Regards

    gajesh

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