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Process Order inspection process

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Can anyone mention the process flow (step wise with transactions) for "Finished Product " from "Process Order creation till stock posting to unrestricted" if the inspection type-04 is choosen for the finished product in material master(QM view). Thanks in advance.

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    Posted on May 31, 2012 at 08:03 AM

    Hi Aditya,

    Hope you are aware of master data required and continue with your requirement, regarding process flow once process order creation.

    COR1 - Process order creation

    COR2 - Check material availability

    MB1A - Goods issue against the process order

    (If all components are having back flush indicator then goods issue happen during order confirmation.)

    CORK - Process order confirmation

    (if auto GR indicator active for the control key used in the process order milestone operation or last operation, then stock created in quality inspection stock)

    If auto GR not used then

    MB31 - Goods receipt against the process order and move the stock to quality inspection stock

    QA32 - Once the stock come to quality inspection stock, identify the inspection lot number and do the result recording, usage decision to the lot, and do the stock transfer from quality to unrestricted stock.

    Hope this helps.

    Regards,

    Sharat

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    Posted on Jun 04, 2012 at 08:08 PM

    Hi Aditya,

    As rightly pointed by Sharad, would like add few points to his

    Correct master data required and continue with your requirement, regarding process flow once process order creation. ( Materials, BOM, Resources, Master recipes, QM view, MICs, Inspection Plan)

    COR1 - Process order creation

    COR2 - Check material availability

    MB1A - Goods issue against the process order

    (If all components are having back flush indicator then goods issue happen during order confirmation.)

    CORK - Process order confirmation

    (if auto GR indicator active for the control key used in the process order milestone operation or last operation, then stock created in quality inspection stock)

    or COR6N (Timeticket confirmation)

    If auto GR not used then

    MB31 - Goods receipt against the process order and move the stock to quality inspection stock

    Once the GR is done - 101 movement happens and an inspection for that GR quantity is created. You have the inspection lot no, in QA32 or QA33.

    QA32 - Once the stock come to quality inspection stock, identify the inspection lot number and do the result recording, usage decision to the lot, and do the stock transfer from quality to unrestricted stock.

    From here QM lot processing will started.

    There are following steps -

    Inspection Lot result recording

    Usage decision

    Inspection lot result recording - can be done using QA32. It is advisable to QER51N which has broader features.

    Here you do inspection result recording against the points defined in Inspection plan.

    You verify it against the MIC, and valuate it be ok or not ok.

    If not ok, you can do the defect recording and generation of notification.

    Then comes Usage decision - can be done using QA11 or using QA32.

    There you take decision of sending the stock from quality to unrestricted, or take other decision like make material as scrap, to block stock or make as another material depending on the business process.

    Regards,

    Srinivas

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