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Dynamic Modification Inspection stages

Hi All,

When we are creating a Dynamic Modification Rule, i cant seem to understand the logic (process) behind the Inspection stages screen. Even though i tried reading the SAP help file cant seem to understand it. Please explain it with an example with a step by step guide.

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    Posted on May 25, 2009 at 10:23 AM

    Hi,

    In DMR,first we need to maintain all stages which we required. i.e 1,2,3,4

    Then for each stage we maintain severity.

    i.e suppose for stage 1 you want inspection without sampling scheme,then maintain severity 001 for stage 1.

    suppose for stage 2 you want Normal inspection,then maintain severity 001 for stage 2.

    suppose for stage 3 you want Tightened inspection,then maintain severity 006 for stage 3.

    Then for each stage we maintain No. of inspections.,New insp. stage for inspection OK,means for after this stage inspection is OK,we maintain which next stage for inspection.And if rejectionwe maintain there which next stage inspection has to take.

    Inspection Stage Corresponds to a Skip (Skip Stage)

    If you set this indicator, you define the inspection stage as a skip. This means that the inspection characteristic or material is not inspected.

    in this case, you do not enter an inspection severity for the inspection stage.

    A skip means that due to good quality in the past, an inspection is not required for a characteristic of an inspection lot.

    Hope this help you.

    Regards,

    Raja.

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      Hi,

      As I told you already that A skip means that due to good quality in the past, an inspection is not required for a characteristic of an inspection lot.

      But there are stageg for inspection,as per your client requirement.

      Suppose they want first Tightened inspection & Then normal inspection. So you first do Tightened inspection,if this inspection found OK,you mark for next stage as Normal inspection in stage first. But as per your past inspection,you knows result of normal inspection,so this time if you need not to inspect characteristics as you know result of Normal inspection.So for avoid this inspection you need to mark skip for this Normal inspection stage 2.

      Hope this clear you.

      Regards,

      Raja.

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