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Unwanted conformation pop-up during RR

  • I have create one new master recipe in which there are 2 QM operations. For which I have created new control key called ZQ01.
  • Conformation drop down of this control key I have selected "conformation not possible".
  • Now when I release process order in system system create inprocess inspection lot as per master data setup.
  • Now when we save recorded result of an insp lot system give pop-up window called "valuation" where we required to put yield qty and select conformation radio button.
  • But my question is when I selected "conformation not possible" in control key of recipe, why we get this pop-up?
  • As per req this should not appear. What setting am I missing?
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  • Posted on Dec 12, 2012 at 04:20 AM


    The setting you have done is only confirmation not required, that means no need to confirm the operation in COR6 individually. The system does not consider this as a confirm able operation and does not give any message to you even though you miss to confirm this operation and proceed for the next.

    The valuation popup displayed does not have any relation with the setting you are saying. That is purely a QM setting (may be in sampling procedure/MIC).

    Revert back in case of any queries.


    Krishna Chandra

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  • Posted on Dec 12, 2012 at 09:00 AM


    In my opinion you have manual valuation active in sampling procedure. Please check it.

    In MIC,use the control indicator "Sampling Procedure" active.

    In Sampling Procedure use valuation mode as "Attributive inspection nonconf. units" instead of "Manual valuation".


    Alok Tiwari

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