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SAP ERP IMG > Integration with Other SAP Components > Extended Warehouse Management > Additional Material Attributes > Attribute Values for Additional Material Master Fields > Define Quality Inspection Group
I ran RSSNROT1 using SE38 to make corrections to the number range. Then assigned the group using the Assign Element/Group button and clicked on the group number 01 in the pop up screen. This program was run in EWM for any number range corrections. Once this was run I had to recreate the group, assign the number range and then assign the group. The number range was then assigned correctly to the group in the subsequent configuration screen.
Thanks for sharing your knowledge. Do you know how to configure inspection skip in EWM? i.e. if I dont want inspection document and inspection lot to be created in a certain time period, how to achieve this? In ERP we have quality info record to control this, but this has no control in the case of EWM and QM integration.
Please execute /SCWM/QRSETUP to check @ what level inspection setup is done, if its done at material level and you deactivate in this transaction system would not generate any QI document in EWM. You could activate again whenever you want QI document in EWM.
As Ganesan said first check how you wanted to setup inspection lot creation. We don't have activation period for inspection in EWM. Either you can de-activate inspection for entire warehouse or make use of inspection rules to activate for required materials.
If I can activate/deactivate inspection rule for materials, then my requirement can be fulfilled. Just to confirm: if inspection rule is deactivated for a material, then inspection document & inspection lot will not be created, right? that means GR can be done freely as well as putaway, and no more quality inspection is involved?
Apparently there is no buttons to activate/deactivate the rule. At the same time we can't advice you to delete the rule unless we know what level the rule is being maintained in your system and what level you don't want QI doc. Rule can be created for single product or all products or specfic document type level or item type level and etc.
In my system, inspection rule is set up at product level. But for certain product, sometimes I want inspection lot, sometimes not. which way do you think I can go? is it to delete inspection rule when I don't want inspection lot and re-create it if I want inspection lot?
Can I create variants of the inspection type 17 with different number ranges for incoming inspection e.g Z01 and in process inspection like Z04 with the number range 170000000000 to 17999999999 or can I have different number ranges for each.
A: Please add more details what do you mean by incoming inspections and in process inspections. If you are referring incoming inspections as EWM triggered inspection lots and in process inspections as ECC triggered inspection lots then you'll have different inspection types.
Q: Can I create variants of the inspection type 17 with different number ranges for incoming inspection e.g Z01 and in process inspection like Z04 with the number range 170000000000 to 17999999999 or can I have different number ranges for each.
1. Receive material incoming via inbound delivery and trigger quality inspection . Iam assuming I will use the inspection type 17. Also, how do I receive the material into Quality Stock since inspection type is not stock relevant. The only way we could do that is by setting the 'Post to Inspection Stock' indicator in the QM view of the Material Master in ECC. How do I do a Usage Decision in ECC to the correct stock type e.g to Unrestricted Stock or to Blocked Stock. I see the follow up actions to be configured in EWM. How does that work? How are partial UD's done using the EWM- ERP interface?
2. If iam receiving material using an inbound delivery for a purchase order can I still use the incoming quality certificate functionality with the EWM ECC interface? In ECC an incoming quality certificate gets created on Goods Receipt of the Purchase Order by activating the control key in the QM view of the Material Master and viewed using QC55.
In ECC, you can only take decision like Accepted/Rejected. Same will be updated in EWM. Based on follow up actions configured for this decision stock posting will be done in EWM and update sent to ECC. Partial User decisions are only for recording purpose only. Ultimately we can do only two things either accept or reject. So, make sepearate HUs for accepted & blocked stock, assign the code to it. In this way stock status will be updated as desired.
2. Are you using ECC or EWM for warehouse operations? However since inspections are different for EWM managed or LE-WM managed operations, there should not be any problem. Sorry, I am not good in ECC can't provide more details on it.
1. Question on moving the stock to QI for example from EWM. You mentioned the inspection rule needs to be activated for this to happen. Is this by setting the NST drop down value for QQ(Stock in Quality Inspection). How do you make separate HU's for accepted or blocked stock in EWM. Is there a special transaction for doing that?It would be helpful if you could send me the transaction code and configuration required to do a partial UD.
I have finally implemented the SAP note for the EWM inspection button in Partial UD which works now with the system dialog for the RFC user. When I click on the EWM Inspection button I get a pop up screen which says the following: Inspection stock does not exist in work center. The reply I got from SAP is as follows: Please move physical stock into a work center bin. Inspection is only possible in the work center.
Iam trying to create an inspection lot after Goods Receipt of the Production Order using /SCWM/PRDI . I have set up the inspection rule in EWM and assigned inspection type 17 to the material. Not getting the inspection lot in ECC yet. Let me know what steps I should execute in case iam missing something.
I tried researching the QC55 issue posted earlier with an incident posted to SAP. The incoming quality certificate functionality is not supported with EWM into ECC. This was confirmed by SAP Dev team in Germany.
I did the QM setup with IOT 4, normally if we want to split the quantity during QM decision , we need to create 1 HU for Accepted and 1 HU for rejected @ QM work center then in QM document we could enter the quantity at element level with split quantity (Ex 2 EA accepted, 3 EA rejected). Is that right?
Although the business system has a logical system assigned which is identical to the installation, the system compares the installation with business system instead of the logical system. It seems this logic only applies to the integration with QM, for other ERP integration, we can set business system freely.
Installation name should match business system name. Check RFC destination assigned to Logical system. IMG --> EWM --> Cross process settings --> QM --> Basics --> Assign RFC destination to Logical system.
Another question. I am using Object type IOT4 Inbound delivery / batch. How do I get the HU units to appear in the inspection documents. Or do I have to search for the HUs related to the batch and inspection document using /SCWM/POST with a specific variant.
When you post GR, inspection document will be generated in EWM. So, you should have HUs already before posting GR. If you are not having HUs in inbound delivery, pack goods into HUs and unload & Post GR. This way you can inspect HUs with IOT4.
I have configured quality management according to EWM120 & your post.While creating inspection Rules for "Q-Inspection Inbound delivery" i am getting an error "External qm system of type does not exist"
I have made the whole process working in my system, I didn't use Sample Drawing Procedure. Could you let me know what is the Sample Drawing Procedure used for? For sampling, we can maintain inspection procedure and sampling type in the inspection rule, why do we need Sample Drawing Procedure?
I've completed the setup which you have described and all is functioning as required. I've also integrated the follow-up actions into the process and these are all working (e.g. Scrapping, Put away for Delivery), except the "Stock Transfer to Different Warehouse" follow-up action. The need for these follow-up actions is based on our usage of Advanced Returns Management.
During the decision process in EWM, when selecting the UD which is tied to "Stock Transfer to Different Warehouse", a failure message appears with the following message: "Inspection document xxxxxxxxxxxxxx not found", and then the transaction is terminated. I was wondering if you had completed any of the setup for this specific follow-up action, and if there was any additional setup required.
I've seen text within the SAP documentation to be sure to include the STO receiving warehouse "business partner". And through the menu path "Define Master Data of Follow-up Actions", I have maintained the business partner here. However this does not alter the error message I am receiving in any way.
I had a question on IOT 4 Product/Batch. I am doing Goods Receipt inspection for a Production Order which generates a batch using SCWM_GRPI. When I pack the HU it creates an inspection document for every HU. I wanted to understand how I can get multiple HU's in one inspection document. I noticed a setting for Inspection Control in the inspection rule. Iam using one inspection document for the delivery item. Should I be using option 1 Inspection Document for PO/Production item or 2 One Insp. doc for product batch - new document after decision.
I have insp object type 017 active in ECC, I was able to ship the stock in EWM while a inspection document is open. These all worked out nicely. Only snag I ran into is preventing stock with inspection document open to go to customer while at the same time allowing it for STO only. The setting for allowing stock with inspection document open to be shipped is at IOT level. I know I can use badi to check for inspection doc status during picking but I am trying to find if there is any standard way to handle this. Your input will be appreciated. 2b1af7f3a8