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confusing inspection type

Dear all,

I am quite confuse on the usage on the following standard SAP inspection type, do you mind explain to me and provide me an example, thanks

04 Goods receipt inspection from production

09 Recurring inspection of batches

89 Other inspection



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    Posted on Sep 10, 2009 at 07:23 AM


    04 Goods receipt inspection from production:

    This Inspection lot is created when Production order is confirmed.

    Production order created>released>confirmed-->04 inspection lot.

    This lot is generally associated with the finished goods product which is created on assembly line.

    09 Recurring inspection of batches:

    Whenever in pharma,chem ,plastic,rubber etc which have a product which is manufactured in batches & Due to some government regulations they have to monitor shelf life of the product,09 inspection is used.

    As name suggest it is nothing but the periodic ,repetitive inspection for a batch managed material.

    89 Other inspection:

    This is always manually created inspection lot.

    this is used when you want to carry out any analysis such as chemical testing ,process audit or product audit.

    here the intention is only have some record about material in your system.

    this lot is created through QA01.Also created when you can do result recording & defect recording at particular occasion in QA32.

    I hope i have made you understood.



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