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How to link between Inspection Lot (QALS-PRUEFLOS) with MIC Test Result (QAQEE(Structure)-SUMPLUS)

Dear All,

I need help from you gurus,

For a reporting purpose my requirement is I want to capture the THICKNESS Value (THICKNESS-MIC) from results recording and want to show that against a material.

The thickness value is getting captured under (QAQEE(Structure)-SUMPLUS) where the inspection lot (QALS-PRUEFLOS) and Material (QALS-SELMATNR)

Please let me know from which Table I can fetch the data of thickness value (which I am entering during Results Recording) [ QAQEE(Structure)-SUMPLUS ].

This is urgent and points will be rewarded.

Regards

Saurav

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    Posted on Dec 05, 2012 at 02:44 AM

    Use BAPI_INSPOPER_GETDETAIL. This is easy way.

    Anyway..

    QAMR Characteristic results during inspection processing

    QASE Results table for the sample unit

    QASR Sample results for inspection characteristics

    Please search forum at first..

    Regards, DoWook KIM

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  • Posted on Dec 05, 2012 at 04:52 AM

    Hi Saurav

    If you are using MICs of

    1) single result recording you will get vaue of result in QASE table against that lot number

    2) summ. result recording ------------------------------------in QAMR table against that lot number.

    Manish

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    Posted on Dec 07, 2012 at 12:26 PM

    Hi Saurav,

    Try using this FM QG01_LOT_READ_WITH_RESULTS. This FM has the Import parameter "PRUEFLOS" and tables such as QAMR/QASE which could provide the "MIC" results that you are looking for .

    Hope this helps you.

    Regards

    Ram

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