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inspection type 03 and QM order

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1.I am not able to assign QM order QL01 by t code QK01 to my finished product to which in material master is activated for inspection type 03

in material master's inspection set up data QM order text box is missing

Pls help me to solve this issue

2.For a single material is it possible to assign different order type for example QL01 for Appraisal cost and QN01 for Non confirmation cost

Thnks in advance

Faisal

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    Posted on Jul 21, 2011 at 03:38 AM

    So this operation will be confirmed by CO11n t code?

    Yes. The inspeciton lot origin 03 and 13 use the production order as cost collector for activity confimation.

    And also from were we can see the cost report for inpection?

    For origin 03.. Display production order > Goro > Cost > Analysis

    For other origin.. Display inspection lot > Extras > Cost > Cost report QM order

    Also so many transactions exist in CO report.

    Regards

    Luke

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    Posted on Jul 17, 2011 at 11:54 PM

    1.I am not able to assign QM order QL01 by t code QK01 to my finished product to which in material master is activated for inspection type 03

    >In SAP standard the activities for the inspection type '03' are allocated into production order.

    >Therefore you cannot assign any QM order to inspection type '03'.

    2.For a single material is it possible to assign different order type for example QL01 for Appraisal cost and QN01 for Non confirmation cost

    >You don't need to assign the order type 'QN01' into material master.

    >The order 'QN01' is assigned to a quality notificaion manually or by configuration.

    >QCC0 > Quality Notifications > Notification Processing > Define Costing Parameters > Account Assignment for QM Orders

    >Also check SAP help portal.

    >http://help.sap.com/saphelp_erp60_sp/helpdata/en/2d/351c93448c11d189420000e829fbbd/content.htm

    Regards

    Luke

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    • Former Member Muhamed Faisal

      As 03 uses the std routing & has reference of production/process order QM orders cannot be used to confirm activities for inspections during production (inspection lot origin 03 and 13).

      + For these inspection types, use the production order as a cost collector for the confirmation of activities.+

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    Posted on Jul 19, 2011 at 04:58 AM

    You can record the inspection activity for inspection type '03'.

    As I said already the activities are allocated into production order, therefore QM order is not needed.

    You can gather the quality inspection cost (appraisal cost) through PP order and this cost will be settled to product cost by CO module.

    Regards

    Luke

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    • Dears

      Thank you for the answer

      As i am new to this area some more clarification

      This is what i understand so far on this issue pls check and tell me

      After all the pp process in routing we need to create a new operation for quality inspection

      in which inpection characterestic is assigned

      So this operation will be confirmed by CO11n t code ??? or just RR and UD by using QA32

      And also from were we can see the cost report for inpection

      Thanks in advacne

      Faisal

  • Posted on Jul 19, 2011 at 09:47 AM

    Hi,

    Activity confirmation will be given by CO11N. QA32, QE51N and QA11are used for result recording and usage decision.

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