Perform a Collective Usage Decision for Accepted Inspection Lots in QM
- by Jawad Akhtar, Head of SAP Delivery, AbacusConsulting
- April 15, 2013
When you have a large number of inspection lots and want to perform usage decisions all at once, you can take advantage of the Collective Usage Decision functionality in SAP Quality Management.
If you have inspected several inspection lots and found the results acceptable, then you can release the material in the quality inspection to the next processing step. It makes sense to assign an accepted usage design (UD) code to all the accepted inspection lots at once, instead of one at a time, saving time and effort.
In this quick tip, I show inspection lots for an in-process quality inspection and select one of them to perform a collective UD. In an in-process quality inspection, the user performs the quality inspection to the material during production and then performs a usage decision to confirm if the under-production material is released to the next production step.
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