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multiple result recording in formula based char.

Dear All,

there are three characteristics in an insp plan. and each char is single result recording. first two char are quantitative and the last one is formula based charc based on the above two char.

So please guide me if lot sample size is 3 then we can record three diff. results for a each char. so if i record one result of char A and B then how can i calculate 1 result for charc C which is formula based char.

Actually system is calculating only one result of chra C only when i comlete the result recording of 3 samples of char A & B. please guide me how can i have 3 diff. results of charc C which is formula based.

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    Posted on Oct 13, 2010 at 07:18 AM

    Shoaib ,

    Until & unless you Close ,complete & valuate the two char ,you will not get values populated in the third calculated char.

    This is what SAP default & logical also.

    May I know what is the exact nedd of getting one value at a time?

    You can also explore inspection point which will measure the char at different interval.In that case you can keep sample size one ,so that you will get one calculated value at a time...........

    I hope this makes sense

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  • Posted on Oct 13, 2010 at 07:20 AM

    Dear Shaoib

    I think you are currently using C1 or C0 for your formula. Kindly use A0 for this if you need to calculate individual formala for all the samples

    Regards

    Gajesh

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  • Posted on Oct 13, 2010 at 08:41 AM

    Dear Shoaib

    In that case you need to choose sampling procedure as 1, with single recording and larger scope in the control indicator. This will help you in calculating individual values

    regards

    Gajesh

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