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Dear All,

I wanted to know that we have batch management active. and I have selected "for each material, batch and storage location" thus there is only one inspection lot created for one batch. but once the lot is cleared from the quality then for the same batch no lot is created, instead it goes directly to the unrestricted use.

I want that there should be only one inspection lot for a batch if the lot is not cleared and once it is cleared a new lot should be created for the same batch or the other.

Kindly suggest.

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  • Posted on Nov 16, 2011 at 06:36 AM

    Dear Sir,

    lets have some light on the process.

    Suppose we have a Purchase Order of 10,000 tonnes which is delivered in 30 days.

    First day 100 tonnes is delivered in 5 trucks. 5 GRN's are made. Batch management is active on the material. And in the material master in control inspection lot "for each material batch and storage location". An inspection lot is created for the first GRN and then after that the quantity of the rest 4 GRN's is added up in the same lot.

    Now once the UD of the lot is done after n number of GRN's , a new lot for the same batch is not created. instead it goes to the unrestricted use directly.

    what i need is that even if a lot has been cleared(UD is done) then for a new GRN for the same batch for the same purchase order a new inspection lot should be created and then the quantity of the GRN's after that for the same batch should be added up until the UD is done.

    kindly suggest.

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    Posted on Nov 16, 2011 at 07:13 AM

    Hi,

    How about selecting "for each material document,material, batch and storage location" or selecting "For each material document"

    This should help you to achieve what u are expecting

    Nitin

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