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No sampling procedure found for sample determination

HI,

I created an inspection lot for stability study and it is CRTD status.

When i clicked sample calculator, two characteristics are appearing.

If i select both charac and click copy all button the following error message is coming

No sampling procedure found for sample determination

When i checked the inspection characteristics there is no sampling procedure bcoz MIC created without checking sampling procedure in the control indicators

How to rectify this error ?

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    Posted on May 06, 2011 at 07:23 AM

    It is mandatory to create sampling procedure with "sample Management" & attach the same against each individual MIC's.

    Now you must change MIC & change the task list accordingly then go to QA02 & attach the task list.

    Make sure that the date of change of inspection plan must be prior to that of the creation of inspection lot.

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    • Former Member Alagesan M

      There can be two reasons for this

      1.The master inspection characteristic is either included in a material specification or in a task list as a reference, and changes are made without history.

      2.you have created MIC with class char

      Now solution for this could be create New Variant in QS22 for the same.& use the same in Task list

  • Posted on May 06, 2011 at 08:26 AM

    Sampling procedure is assigned in the characteristics now the issue solved

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