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Supply Relationship with Inspection Type Origin 08

Hi Gurus,

We need to inspect Stock Transfer Orders in the same way as we do with Goods receipt from Vendor. We have to implement First Article Inspection and later normal Inspection.

Unfortunately, we cannot assign the Inspection Type 08 to a delivery Status as only Lot Origin 01 is supported.

Has anybody an idea, how we can achieve first article Inspection for Stock Transfer Orders? Is there a User Exit available?

Many thanks in advance for all your thoughts.

Paul

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    Posted on Dec 08, 2011 at 06:05 AM

    hi,

    this STO via MM route than use source inspection by using Quality infor with vendor.

    If this STO via SD delivery type than use quality info with SD.

    Regards

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    Posted on Dec 07, 2011 at 02:05 PM

    Maintain a Z table with entries like material,vendor,inspection type & date till entry is valid.

    Now keep fields like counter ( editable like 1,2 ,3 etc) or stages ( like pilot ,primary,production etc) & reset counter ( check button)

    use user EXIT QAAT0001.

    Logic is every-time inspection lot is created for material vendor & inspection type combination system will reset he counter after usage decision of that lot.( use followup action -->Z-function module to set the counter/stage)

    Now refer this table entries in user exit QAAT0001 for control on inspection lot and check GR/PO with EXIT QBCK0002 -->Extended check in procurement or QBCK0003 -->Extended QM check for goods receipt

    I hope this explanation will add some value !!

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