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    SAP Master’s Interpretation.

    Fields in QM view of MM

1. Material:

    Alphanumeric key uniquely identifying the material. (Material code).

    Texture description for the material. In the tab beside Material 2. Plant:

    For which plant (manufacturing unit) this data to be maintained. The

    values of all the below mentioned tabs will be maintained only to the Plant

    mentioned here.

    3. Base Unit of Measure:

    In the unit the stack of the material maintained! This unit derives from

    Basic Data 1.

    4. Unit Of Issue:

    In which this material will be issued for the Quality Inspection. This tab

    has to fill only if the Unit of issue if different then Base unit of measure. 5. QM material authorization:

    We can defined the group of personals for Inspection Lot processing

    generated for the material and restrict the rest personal to access the

    Inspection Lot processing.

    6. GR Processing Time:

    Time duration from Goods Receipt to Release from QC. (GR to Stock

    Posting).

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    7. Catalog Profile:

    The system will allow to attach/assign only the type of Catalog we define

    at here.

    8. Palnt-sp.matl status & Valid from:

    If we intend to let not use the material to some intended purposes e.g.

    Block it to procure, Block it to be used in BOM or Task list, Block for

    costing, etc… Define the purpose here and enter the date from which date

    this restriction should be applicable at Valid from.

    9. Post to inspection stock:

    If this key is active the system will not generate any inspection lot for the

    material. And stock posting will be done directly. (Its not seen in the

    screen)

    10. Document Required:

    Activate the indicator if any change done in the inspection type, required

    to be recorded.

11. Inspection Setup:

    Inspection Types tab at the bottom. Click on the

    10.1 Inspection Type:

    Drill down the Inspection type tab and select the applicable

    inspection type for the material

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    Fields in QM view of MM

    10.2 Preferredlns Type:

    To which inspection type the system should give the preference that

    thing can be defined by this key. Normally it is activated for the

    customized inspection types only.

    10.3 Active:

    To get this type of (Which is selected e.g. 01,89) Lot generation the

    same lot must be marked as “activate”.

    12. Detailed Information in Inspection Type:

    12.1. Post to insp. Stock:

    This indictor indicates the lots that generate from this inspection

    type will be Stock Relevant. Means at the end of the result

    recording & Usage Decision the stock posting will be allowed only

    if this indicator will be on. For the stock irrelevant type of

    inspection type will not have this indicator.

    11.2 Insp for HU:

    If we want to make an inspection for the Handling Unit of the

    material also then only this indicator should be activated. E.g.

    Inspection of tanker for petrol or other liquid material. 11.3 Insp. with mat spec:

    Inspection with material specification. It is applicable to those

    inspections only which will be done without any Operation (Task). Note: In India no any company is doing inspection without any operation. All the inspection will have one or more Operation.

    11.4 Insp. with task list:

    Should be activated for those inspection types, which will have

    Operations wise inspections (For all the Inspection types related to

    Claris will have this indicator on).

    11.5 Insp. by configuratn:

    Should be activated for newly configured inspection type. 11.6 Automatic Assignment:

    The inspection plan prepared for the material will be assign

    automatically if this indicator is on. It will work for only if there is

    only one inspection plan is prepared for the material if there is

    more than one inspection plan prepared for the material the system

    will give you the option to choose.

    11.7 Sampl. Procedure:

    If we want to define the fix sample for the material then attach the

    sampling procedure at here. (Its not advisable to do that so if we

    are using more than one sampling procedure for the material

    inspection.)

    11.8 100% Inspection:

    If you set this indicator, the system treats the inspection lot size as the sample

    size.

    If you define a 100% inspection for the material, you must manually valuate the

    inspection characteristics.

    In a 100% inspection, you inspect the characteristic to be inspected for all units of an

    inspection lot. This is not the same as a complete inspection of all inspection

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    Fields in QM view of MM

    characteristics. If skips are allowed , the characteristics that are in a skip stage, retain

    their skip status. In this case, the suggested sample size is equal to the inspection lot size

    for such characteristics

    11.9 Inspection %:

    Only applicable if the inspection has neither task list nor material.

    This field is only relevant, when you carry out an inspection without reference to a

    task list or material specification.

    In this case, the total sample size is calculated on the basis of the percentage

    rate taken from the lot size.

    11.10 Manual Sample Cal:

    If you set this indicator, you must trigger the sample calculation manually in the inspection

    lot.

    (Refer EN for detail information)

    11.11 Manual sample Entry:

    If you set this indicator, you must manually enter the sample size for the inspection lot.

    Note: The indicator is only taken into account for an inspection that is carried out

    without a task list or material specification both.

    11.12 Dyn. Mod. rule:

    It is used if we want to skip some fixed number of lots for the

    material.

    11.13 Skip Allowed:

    Should be activated if the Dynamic Modification Rule is applicable. 11.14 Automatic UD:

    System will generate the automatic UD for the lots lying under the

    skip duration according to the Dynamic Modification Rule. 11.15 Serial Numbers process:

    This numbering is given to the material’s part and accessories.

    11.16 Avg. Inspection duration:

    Time required from Sampling to Stock Posting.

    11.17 Q-Score Procedure:

    To give the vendor the marking after every inspection. The data

    will be used for Vendor Evaluation.

    11.18 Allowed Scrap Share:

    The maximum allowed scrap value for the material.

    E.g. Supplier sends 100kg and from that quantity 2kg evaporates

    naturally during transportation then Allowed Scrap Share for the

    material is 2.

    11.19 Control List of Lot:

    Define “For each material document, material, batch, and storage

    loc”, the system will generate inspection lot for each GR.

    11.20 Individual QM order:

    Tick the indicator to create individual QM order for each Inspection

    Lot. It will calculate the cost for each inspection.

    11.21 QM Order:

    The number that uniquely identifies the QM order that is to be used for collecting

    costs.

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    Fields in QM view of MM

    12 Procurement Data:

    12.2 QM proc. Active:

    Activate the indicator if you want to let the system check for Q-

    info record of the vendor for each Purchase Order.

    11.2 QM Control Key:

    This key identifies which is condition of QM must be complies if the

    material is required to procure.

    11.3 Certificate Type:

    Which certificate type is required from the vendor will be defined

    here.

    11.4 Target QM System:

     As a customer in a supply relationship, you can define the requirements for the vendor's

    QM system using this identifier and the accompanying description

    11.5 Technical delivery terms:

    Means that the material is assigned technical delivery terms that have been stored in the

    document management system.

    The technical delivery terms apply if the material is procured for this plant. In the case of

    requests for quotations and purchase orders, you can print them out for each material item.

    The indicator is set automatically if the SAP document management system is active and if

    you choose a control key requiring technical delivery terms.

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