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Post scrap By-Product into Quality stock

Dear Expert,

During Confirmation by TC Co11n I use movement type 531 GR - By-Product to post the Yield and scrap

I need to post the scrap quantity into quality inspection stock to have confirmation from quality department .

I can use inspection type 05 in material master , but both quantity Yield and scrap will be entered into inspection

Can I do that ?

your Advise is Highly Appreciated

Rami

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  • Posted on Nov 19, 2012 at 09:15 AM

    Dear Rami

    How is it possible ?

    If material code is different then it is possible otherwise not.

    Please explain in detail you problem.

    Manish

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    • Dear Manish ,

      Thank you for response

      Please note the material code is the same .

      My issue if I activate 05 inspection type for each confirmation on operation wise this will required a lot of effort and time from the end user to release each inspection lot to be used in next operation

      So my suggestion to put the scrap only into inspection stock

      Please advise ,

      Is there any BADI or enhancement to get THIS function or you can suggest another solution

      BR

      Rami

  • Posted on Nov 19, 2012 at 02:45 PM

    Byproducts should be listed as part of the receipe. The production folks receipt in the quantity of byporduct they produce and an 04 inspection lot should be generated. The byproduct would have a separate material number. This is standard SAP.

    The other option is to do the receipt for the regular material and have QM post a portion of the material to "other material" during the UD. This is also standard SAP.

    FF

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