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Defect Valuation

In Table QMFE-Quality Notification items, the field FEHLBEW-is defect valuation.Where in the transaction QM03 items I can see this field?


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    Posted on Feb 09, 2010 at 07:39 AM

    This can be seen in QM03 provided that you select the "report type "

    either of

    00000031 Def. type, location, cause, valuation

    00000041 Def. type, loc., cause, act., valuation

    00000042 Def. type, loc., ass., cause, act., val.

    00000051 Defect type, cause, valuation

    00000061 Def. type, cause, activity, valuation

    00000071 Defect type, activity, valuation

    For a perticular Notification type in customization you can select the "Report type"

    Also in QF01 while entering defect if aforsadi report type is used then you can see the valuation field.



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      hi ,

      For getting the defect valuation field under item overview tab you need to do some configuration setting for your notification type.

      Check SPRO >Quality management ->Quality Notification--->Defects Recording.

      You need to Define Defect Valuation for Catalog Profile & need to assign that catalogue profile to the notification type & report.

      Apart from this also define confirmation profile,in the confirmation profile, you specify which fields are to appear on the screens when you record defects and whether the user must enter data in these fields.

      see the sap standard config documentation also for more clarity.



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