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Inspection type for STO with delivery and billing , two step procedure

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We've STO scenario between two company codes, plant '1000' of company code '1000' supplies goods to plant '2000' of company code '2000' using STO. We'd like to evaluate the supplying plant for vendor evalution with respect to receiving plant,

Please suggest , which inspection type '01' or '08' needs to be activated in the material master in receiving plant '2000' in order to consider the supplying plant ' 1000' for vendor evalution. and kindly let know me that whether the functionalities of QM procurement (Checking receipt of certificate while posting MIGO) can be used in STO scenario similar to normal procurement scenarios,

Here, we are going for STO scenario of two step procedure with outbound delivery & billing.

Thanks & regards,

rajesh

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    Posted on Jul 15, 2011 at 04:23 AM

    Its very much depends upon what STO process you follow.If you are creating supplying plant as a vendor & if you are doing GR in receiving plant ( considering 01 inspection type) then certificate can be configured for the material recived as per normal process.Also Vendor evaluation also possible id usage decision is Taken for the inspection lot.

    For 08 vendor evaluation & certificate config not possible.

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    Posted on Jul 14, 2011 at 11:57 PM

    The inspection type '08' is used for stock transfer order process.

    In SAP standard you can't evaluate the supplying plant but external vendor only.

    Also the functionalities of QM procurement can influece or control it when materials are procured from external suppliers.

    If you want to use the functionalities of vendor evaluation and QM procurement, I would suggest you implement normal procurement process, not stock transfer process.

    Regards

    Luke

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