This video provides a detailed walkthrough of the Inspection Execution process in the SAP S/4HANA Quality Management (QM) module. Here are the key points:
- Inspection Process Flow: The video begins by outlining the inspection process flow, which includes the creation of an inspection lot, data in the inspection lot, inspection lot structure, sample determination, results recording, defect recording (optional), usage decision, and stock posting.
- Inspection Lot: An inspection lot is a prerequisite for inspection and can be created manually or automatically. It contains several operations, each reflecting different inspection stages for the product. Each operation can contain several inspection characteristics.
- Creation of Inspection Lot: The video demonstrates how to create an inspection lot manually and automatically. It also shows how to assign specifications and calculate sample quantities for the lot.
- Results Recording: After the sample quantity calculation, the next step is results recording. This can be done manually or automatically. The video demonstrates how to record results using different transactions in the SAP system.
- Usage Decision: After results recording and inspection completion, a usage decision (UD) is made for the inspected goods. The UD specifies whether the goods in the inspection lot have been accepted or rejected. The video shows how to carry out the UD and make stock postings for inspection lots that have been created because of goods.
- Stock Posting: After the UD, if the lot has been created because of any goods, stock posting can be done. The video demonstrates how to post stock from quality inspection to unrestricted use or blocked stock, depending on the UD.
- Forced Usage Decision: The video also covers the concept of a forced usage decision, where a UD can be made without results recording. This is possible in the system but is typically used in exceptional situations.
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