QM

1. How to get inspection lot certificate?

2. How many partner functions are there in SAP?

3. If an inspection lot has many defects, users want to change the sample size to reflect 100% inspection, sample size is set by sample procedure in material master. However, I am not able to change the sample size as I receive an error message QA267 (You cannot correct the actual quantity, since a serial number is required) transaction QAC3 I think is used.

4. How to find the related table which contain the operation number of Q-inspection plan? 

5.  How to exclude QI stock in MRP?

 

1.How to get inspection lot certificate?

Use QC21 ­ Quality Certificate

2.How many partner functions are there in SAP?

Three Partner Functions in MM Module.
1.OA­Ordering Address
2.VA­Vendor
3.PI­Invoicing Party

3.If an inspection lot has many defects, users want to change the sample size to reflect 100% inspection, sample size is set by sample procedure in material master. However, I am not able to change the sample size as I receive an error message QA267 (You cannot correct the actual quantity, since a serial number is required) transaction QAC3 I think is used.

You cannot change the sample size normally. You can correct lot qty. but a new sample size is not calculated that I am aware of.  If you want to have the option of doing additional results recording then set the control indicators on the MIC’s for either NO SCOPE or LARGER SCOPE. Then you should be able to add as many additional results as you’d like.

The downside to that is I believe you will need to do manual valuations when closing the MIC’s.

4.How to find the related table which contain the operation number of Q-inspection plan?

Inspection Plan PLKO Inspection plan Header
Inspection Plan MAPL Material Assignement
Inspection Plan PLPO Operation Details
Inspection Plan PLMK Inspection plan characteristics

5.  How to exclude QI stock in MRP?

he configuration of the combination of the availability check group (from material master) and check rule (default is normally ‘PP’) controls which stocks, receipts and issues are to be taken into account in MRP.

Please note, I would normally advise that QI stocks be taken into account as companies would normally expect material to be approved and you do not want to make additional product just because the goods are sitting in the quality department. You should only exclude QI stocks if the rejection rate exceeds 50% (i.e. you do NOT expect the product to be approved!) – You would normally control the USE of QI stocks by limiting the availability check on goods issue (e.g. check rule ‘B’, ‘BO’ etc) so that unapproved goods cannot be issued.

If you have product that cannot be used then they should be placed in something like blocked stock – as a default, this is normally excluded from the availability check.

If the problem is that the goods are still in QI when you are expecting to issue them to a sales order, then check your lead times and expecially the Goods Receipt Processing Time in the material master as this is supposed to include the lead time for quality inspection (i.e. it represents the time between completion of production and when stock is available for issue)

 

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