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Quality Certificate

Postby ABCDEFGH » Tue Oct 29, 2002 4:43 am

Hi

We r trying for Quality certificate for delivery type LO(delivery without reference) by using inspection type 11. We have created certificate profile and assigned it to customer & material combination. Certificate recipient is also created for output type LQCB. We have maintained the certificate profile determination as well as output determination in the customization.

In the delivery we are creating two messages. First one LD00 and second one is LQCB. In QC20 transaction for LD00, We are getting the delivery and delivery note. But for LQCB, the system is giving the error that "No messages"

We are getting the certificate for the lot which is created for that delivery in Transaction code QC21.

Please tell me..Is there anything we are missing.
ABCDEFGH
 

Postby Trygve » Tue Oct 29, 2002 5:04 am

Have you maintained the Output conditions VV22 ?
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Postby ABCDEFGH » Tue Oct 29, 2002 6:02 am

Hi Trygve

U said output conditions VV22. If We are right, then you mean to say we have to maintain condition types in application V2. Right????

Yes we have maintained the condition types in application V2.
ABCDEFGH
 

Postby Trygve » Tue Oct 29, 2002 8:33 am

Hi !

What I ment was Transaction VV22.

I'm not quite sure what links I'm actually making, but I know that I need to maintain it every time we set up a new Sales org in our system.


What I do is :

Transaction VV22

Enter output type, in this case :LQCB

Choose the right 'Key combination'
(We use 'Sales org/Delivery type', I'll use that as example)

Enter your Sales org (or whatever depending on your Key comb.)
Press Execute
Enter necessary data
(We use Delivery type: LF = Delivery
Partner function : SP = Sold-to
Media : 1 = Print output
Dispatch time : 3 = Send with applic own transaction.)




Hope this is of some help.
Regards
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Re: Quality Certificate

Postby Guest » Tue Nov 05, 2002 3:35 am

Hi,

You wrote "In the delivery we are creating two messages. First one LD00 and second one is LQCB."

I'm not sure whether you know that you should maintain LQCB on the level of the position and not on header level. That means you should maintain LD00 and LQCB on different screens.

Another reason could be the additional data of LQCB in the delivery, which are the same as in VV22.

Regards,
Holger
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