|How to map this scenarios:
At time of Incoming inspection (01) : we tested MIC1 , MIC2 , MIC3
At time of Production (03) : We tested MIC4, MIC5 , MIC6
At time Confirmation from Production (04) : MIC7, MIC8, MIC9
At time of inspection at delivery (10) : MIC10, MIC11
Now Certificate of Analysis issued at time of delivery should contain MICs as follows:
MIC1 / MIC3 / MIC6 / MIC7 / MIC9 / MIC10 / MIC11
Make a copy of certificate profile. QM_QCERT_01.
Design a FORM which wil contain all the MIC's which you want & results as you want.
Attach the same to the certificate profile.
Customized your own tcode which will give you out as you want. You can use table:
Results Recording QAMR Characteristic results during inspection processing.
Results Recording QAMV Characteristic specifications for inspection processing.
Take help of your abaper for the same.
What is COA?
A COA is a quality certificate certifies the quality of goods. The chemical or physical properties of goods can be recorded as:
- Inspection results
A customer may have specific demands for quality, which may take the form of customer-specific specifications (specification limits), or lead to additional quality inspections.
In addition to customer-specific certificates in which the contents and layout is tailored to the customer requirements, there are also general certificates that are suitable for use by a greater number of customers.
Generally, a quality certificate is created automatically or semi-automatically for a delivery item. In certain cases, a certificate may be requested ad hoc from a location for which no customer/vendor relationship exists. You can create a certificate directly for an inspection lot or a batch, when a delivery does not exist.
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