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sample for inspection lot in WM

Friends,

After doing MIGO, while creating TO in LT06, one pop up comes to ask 'where sample for inspection lot is to be kept in Warehouse ?' and we have to choose a radio button out of (1. GR Area 2.QC Bin 3.place qty into stock 4 Skit TR)

My question is with which setting this pop up comes. If i don't want this pop up to come what settings need to be changed.

Thanks in Advance.

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    Posted on Jul 30, 2009 at 05:27 AM

    Hello,

    Do you want material to be QM active ? Please remove all settings realted to QM from material master if you do not want QM to be active.

    Regards,

    Prashant

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      IMG - Logistics Execution - Warehouse Management - Interfaces - Define

      Quality Management

      u2022 Stock Type Indicator for Stock Placement in Material Master for

      respective warehouse is assigned an u201CIndicator for QM WM Interfaceu201D.

      u2022 u201CIndicator for QM WM Interfaceu201D is defined for the Warehouse for

      which u2018Pop up for sample placement while creation of TOu2019 is to be

      controlled.

      u2022 u201CIndicator for QM WM Interfaceu201D acts as per the settings (e.g 3-

      putaway, D-Background) and controls the pop up

      Nagesh, ur answer was correct one - full points

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    Posted on Jul 29, 2009 at 03:27 PM

    Hi James,

    This is due to inspection plan in Material master. You have to deactivate Inspection plan in MM02 - QM View. Go to Insp. Setup. Delete Insp. type

    Nagesh

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