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Cancelling inspection lot created through recurring inspection

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For a SFG material as inspection type 09 is activated and inspection interval is maintained ( unknowngly ). Due to dead line monitoring inspection lot got created and stock moved to quality inspection. Now this material does not have inspection plan. Now I want to cancel the inspection lot and move the stock back to unrestricted use from Quality. If I cancel the material document is the stock gets moved to unrestricted use? .

Kindly help me out as I want to move the stock to unrestricted use from Quality

Thanks

Vinamrath.

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    Posted on Nov 21, 2012 at 08:17 AM

    Hi..

    Can you lease elaborate why you activated 09 inspection type?? and how stock moved from UR to quality automatically?

    Regards,

    Aditya

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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Nov 21, 2012 at 08:57 AM

    Hi,

    Cancelleation of material document will cancel the transaction via mut type but reversal is not possible u need to reverse the lot by reversing the material document through which the lot posted in QI.

    Better to use OSS note for reversal.

    Regards

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    • What prevents you from assigning a simple one-time use plan to the inspection lot, processing it, and making the UD? Document the issue in the UD long text that no inspection was required and process the thing through.

      Than go to the batch record, and remove the next inspection date. Correct the material master and remove the inspection interval from the QM view.

      If you use the deadline mointoring for blocking expired stock, you probably still want to keep the 09 inspection type active since you need that in order for the deadline monitoring program to check the materials batches.

      FF

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