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First part inspection

first part insp will be carried out when e receive the part froma new supplier. how to map this in sap qm?

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    Posted on May 26, 2009 at 04:48 AM

    Dear,

    For your case You can follow the bellow step.

    1. First you need to create one inspection type Z1 - for Inspection, that is copy from inspection type 89 - Miscellaneous Inspection.

    2. Then assign the Z1 - Inspection type in material master.

    3. Create inspection plan for the material.

    4. Create inspection lot for the material with customer code by QA01.

    5. Process the first inspection lot.

    Hope clear to you.

    Regards,

    R.Brahmankar

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    Posted on May 26, 2009 at 05:08 AM

    HI,

    If your requirement is only to do the first lot inspection and there on you do not want to inspect the subsequent lots. The you can use the Inspection Type "89" Miscellaneous Inspection Type.

    -Extend the materiial views for the QM view and use the Inpecstion Type "89" and activate it.

    - Create the Inspection Plan with the various characterics parameters that are needed to inpspect.

    - Once the Lot is received from the supplier create an Inspection Lot manually and Process the same i.e Defects Recording and Usage Decision (use Tcode : QA32).

    Note : If you want to continue to inspect all the lots supplied by the vendor then use the inspection type "01"

    Hope this will help you.

    regards

    radhak mk

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