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How to create inspection lot.

Dear SAP,

             One of my scenario is such that,we receive a material on return sales order,we do  05 inspection to that material in Warehouse, then that material lay with us for 4 to 6 month or more, so i want to do inspection on same material in my warehouse for every 45 day,so what is the different  procedure to do inspection of  such material.Note we r not maintaining the batch.So pls. tell how to do?

Best Regards,

Asif

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    May 09, 2012 at 09:06 AM

    Hello Asif,

    For Customer returns scenario, we have standard scenario with inspection type-06.

    1. Create all the master data required for QM like master master QM view (insp type-06), inspection plan etc.

    2. Create Return Sales Order with return sales order type; which will have Movement Type to post stock to blocked stock in SD config.

    3. Create Delivery for return sales order. Inspection Lot will be generated with type-06.

    4. Do the needful RR & UD for inspection lot.

    5. Post PGR for returns delivery which will post stock to blocked stock

    And for regular inspection, you can use Miscellaneous Inspection type-89.

    Regards,

    Anup

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  • May 09, 2012 at 02:28 PM

    Anup is correct.  Since you are not batch managed you cannot take advantage of standard SAP process for reinspection. 

    To reinspect nonbatch managed material in WM you'll probably have a to create a program that runs nightly, looks at the each bin for teh relevant materials, determine when it was put in the bin, check to see if any insp. lots exist after it was put away and when the lot was processed, then determine if 45 days have elapsed since.  Once the list of materials is created, then create and 89 inspection lot for each material.  If a material exists in more than one bin you will have problems.  I'm not sure ow you'll distinguish which insp. lot belongs to which bin, especially if the quantities are the same.

    You could maybe enter the bin number into the inspection description maybe.

    FF

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