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Inspection Plan could not be found

Hello guys,

Almost I checked all the possiblities of why inspection lot did not deduct the inspection plan which was alreay exist and was not assigned to it. I have the inspection lot with CRTD status and tried to assign it thru qa02 but it says inspection plan could not found.

I did check the PO date , Ins date, Sampling lot size, group counters, usage,status,duplicate ins plan and all other master data set up .Everything looks perfect but still lot did not deduct the ins plan...wht wud be reason..

pls advice

Akash.

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    Posted on Sep 02, 2009 at 03:33 AM

    Hi,

    Check the key date of Inspection Plan and enter that Key that in Inspection Lot.

    Check whether Material Assignment is done to the Inspection Plan.

    Regards,

    Tanuj Parikh

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    Posted on Sep 02, 2009 at 06:46 AM

    hI

    CHECK FOLLOWING

    1.Date of creation of task list(validity date of Inspection plan ) must be before the creation of lot

    2.If you have uploaded revision in the Material master,then change /creation of rev should be after the validity date of Inspection plan .You can check this by removing rev in the QA02>inspection specification.>also put todays date after rev removal.

    3.check the status & usage (4 & 5 respectively)

    4.check deltion indicatro to task list.

    5.check inspection plan valid from & to lot size.

    6.Check unit if task list & Lot.

    I hope this will add some value.

    Regards

    Sujit

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    Posted on Sep 03, 2009 at 04:25 PM

    Thanks for your quick responses. I got it. its date issue

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