You need to check the T156S-QSSHK. It shows the inspection lot origin for all movement types.
You could use inspection points and partial lots. In this way, you may have a different UD for inspection points and inventory posting accordingly.
The links have to do with your configuration of batch management for your material. If the materials in question are batch managed and are purchased or manufactured within your organization when the material is received using the 101 movement type, the batch is created and assigned in the background to the inspection lot.
Depending on how you've designed your inspection plan or material specification, you can build the master inspection characteristics, dependent on class characteristics, that will copy the inspection results into the batch record.
This is less QM configuration than it is MM-Batch Management configuration and material master definition.
Check what type of user you have set up. Sometimes the security guys set up a testing ID as a different type than a regular user. Some ID types don't have the ability to use the Object services functionality.
Look at table PLMK. If it is a reference MIC, also check QPMK. These are for checking the plan. The Inspection Lot keeps them in different values.
You could use Inspection Points for 0010 (it has its own UD) and then use the Inspection Lot UD for the whole process.
To use Material specification you need to have:
I assume that you have an organization for the partners. I think you need to utilize workflow and do some coding.
Utilize the user ids. Use the KU for coordinator since it is for the user, and KO is for the person which requires HR. When a Q3 based notification is created the coordinator would be defaulted. But as I said, it requires organization, workflow and some coding.
If the process order was created after you modified the material, then it's an "old" process order, and this may explain the error. If there was an existing stock of this material before you start, then try this first with a newly created material. Afterwards, the error you describe should not happen.
It seems to me you could potentially block the profile - from within the profile, edit -> block profile. Once it's blocked, you can proceed with the deletion.
If you are referring to the Sample Size the answer is yes.
If you are referring to the Lot Size, then the answer is no.
For the lot quantity, you can use a sampling procedure of type fixed and assign the size to 1.
The system does not store the long text history, because it is a text. To maintain the long text, create MIC with the appropriate versions and assign MIC in the task list as per the required version. The setting is in customization for the plant level, MIC with history.
An alternative recourse is to check out AUT1@You need to set it up, but it allows you track changes to any Long Text. I believe it is available from 4.5 or 4.6.
It depends on which tables you are talking about because some tables can be directly maintained in PRD. For some you have to transport it maintaining in DEV system. For example, number ranges are not transportable. You have to maintain it directly in every instance.
If you are talking about mass maintenance, Standard SAP QM does not have it by now. You can talk to your developer to write a program for you by which you can do a mass maintenance. Otherwise SM30 is good enough to run.
Try the customizing path Quality Management -- > Quality Inspection --> Inspection Lot completion -- > Define inventory postings.
Under normal condition, a UD cannot be reversed.
You're normally not allowed to mark a Production order for deletion as long as the financial value on the order isn't zero and/or you've got materials posted to it.
I can't see the point in deleting an order with postings. That way you'd probably mess up both logistics and accounting.
In the material to plan assignment, scroll to the right and you will see a vendor column. If you put a vendor number in that column, that is the plan that will be selected for the material/plant/vendor.
Did you enter a date for field START in structure BI000? The date has to be earlier than today's date.
The queue start date specifies the day until which a batch input folder is locked. You cannot process a locked batch input folder until the day after the specified date.
You can use the list display transaction code QE51N and in the EXCEPTION criteria you can specify it to be ‘UD Not done’.
Otherwise in the same transaction code QE51N in the output columns, you can display the column "Usage decision by" and sort by it so that the blank ones are on the top. Those blank ones are the lots for which UD was not done. Once you find out the lot numbers you can open the lot and see the order number in it.
In general, forcing a change to the system status is not a very good idea. Instead, you should consider using a user status. If the system status is not RREC then, there will be no results to copy.
There is no way to create a new status. The only thing you can do, if you have Batch Management, is to activate the Batch status so you can have Unrestricted (blank), Quality (Q) and Blocked (S). Having these batch statuses, you can duplicate all stocks to restricted Q, blank and S.
You can reset the Sample Calculation and Recalculate the change in Start & Inspection end date in QA02.
In QA02 you can also change the key date on the second tab so it looks for a plan on that date. If that plan has already been created, you can then change the key date to the current date and it will find the plan.
Automatic creation of Inspection lot in SAP is governed by Inspection lot origin, inspection type, etc.
You have to give the details of why you want an inspection lot creation by program or ABAP report.
Instead, you can use a report /program to do it. Standard SAP provides this functionality.
If it is in--process inspection, you can use inspection points based on shifts.
This can be done by setting the Control Inspection lot indicator in the QM view of the material master to each material document.
Iit works for DMR at a lot and characteristic level.
Check your Valuation Mode / Sampling Procedure. From there, you can find the settings needed to configure your requirement.
Check in the configuration. The message clearly says that for the Warehouse no. 010 you have not allowed movement type "102".
You have to change this configuration and add a line or move the stock to a warehouse where customer returns are allowed.
This can be done by creating a program attached to the follow up functions for the UD code. Once the UD is done the results can be transferred from lot to lot
Regarding quality notification, do verify the following:
As for inspection lot, verify that usage decision has been made. In addition, verify customization of all required parameters (as listed in documentation under QM->Quality Control->Vendor Evaluation).
You should make sure that the UD codes you use have the automatic postings setup for it. The selected set code needs to be set for background postings and what material status it should post to. Take care of these and it will take care of the problems.
You can cancel it by reversing the transaction that created it.
It's also possible to go into the inspection lot in Chance mode and set the status to “locked”. It will then disappear, but if there's QI stock linked to it you won't get it out.