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Status management in QM ?

Hi Experts,

I have a scenarion like,

Quality inspection and defect recording and UD is done by a a Quality supervisor.

But if any critical defects occured then only QM manager should be able to release(Do the UD) of the inspection lot.

Plz suggest how to map this scenario.

Thanks

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    Posted on Dec 03, 2009 at 01:15 PM

    HI

    Check user exit :QEVA0010 :UD: Usage decision check

    Here logic will be if critical defect is recorded then it should verify the login-id.If ID is not equal to the QM manager then only UD should be allowed.You may have to Hard code the ID of Manager.Take help of abaper.

    Regards

    Sujit

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    • Former Member Nehal Khamar

      You could create a user status SAPR (Special Approval required), on the inspection lot. When this is set, have it block the UD from beign done. Assign a security group to this to allow it to be changed to UDRE - UD reviewed. Assign the security group only to the QA manager.

      When saving the results, use a user exit to set the user status to SAPR when a crtical defect has been recorded. The status DEF will be on the lot so you only have to run the check when that status is set.

      Once SAPR is set, the QA manager would be the only one to be allowed to go in and chagne the status from SAPR to UDRE. They would change the user status and then make the UD.

      Craig

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    Posted on Jan 27, 2010 at 06:49 AM

    Thanks to all

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