PI Sheet Maintanance:
Logistics --> Production Process --> Process Management --> PI Sheet --> CO58 - Maintain
1)Double Click CO58 & Enter PI sheet No.it can be searched by pressing F4.
2)Maintain the value and note the instructions.
3) click the NOTE button & Maintain the data in the PI sheet
4) click the REPORT DATA button at the top and open on report data screen
5) select the both operation line & click on REPORT button at the top.
6) The Message appears at the bottom Data has been reported and then save it.
This is steps you can maintain the PI SHEET.
1) SPRO-->PPPI --> PROCESS MANAGEMENT --> CONTROL RECIPE/PI SHEET --> DEFINE & SETUP CONTROL RECIPE DESTINATIONS
2) SPRO-->PPPI --> PROCESS MANAGEMENT --> CONTROL RECIPE/PI SHEET --> SELECTION VARIANTS FOR PI SHEET --> DEFINE SELECTION VARIANTS FOR PI SHEET
3) SPRO-->PPPI --> PROCESS MANAGEMENT --> CONTROL RECIPE/PI SHEET --> SELECTION VARIANTS FOR PI SHEET --> ASSIGN SELECTION VARIANTS FOR PI SHEET
4) SPRO-->PPPI --> PROCESS MANAGEMENT
> PROCESS INSTRUCTIONS> DEFINE PI CATEGORIES FOR PI SHEET.
You should foolw these above configuration steps in PI sheet.
Further you also go through the following link for more details about PI Sheet :
[PI SHEET|/message/4114093#4114093 [original link is broken]]
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Defining Process Instructions :
In the process instructions you can define processing steps, which:
· A process operator to execute manually at a production line
· A process control system to execute automatically
You define the process instructions in the master recipe and in the process order. You have the following options:
· Characteristic-Based Process Instructions
In the process instruction overview, you define characteristic-based process instructions. That is, you define the process instructions using characteristics and their characteristic values. In doing so, you create process instructions for a phase.
· XStep Process Instructions
You define XSteps in the XSteps editor. You define XSteps process instructions in the XSteps. Although XSteps process instructions are also based on characteristics, you can create them without knowledge of the characteristic structure using the context menu. When doing this you create XSteps independent of the phases. You assign the XSteps to a phase by assigning a context.
Characteristic-Based Process Instructions
Characteristic-based process instructions, which you have assigned to a phase in the master recipe and process order, must be assigned to a particular process instruction category. You must first have created these process instruction categories in Customizing for process management. They serve as a template for the process instruction you use in the master recipe and process order.
Every process instruction category that you create in Customizing must also be assigned to a process instruction type.
When defining process instructions, you must decide whether you want a process operator to process them manually or whether they will be processed automatically by a process control system. Depending on where the process instructions will be processed, you can pass on different pieces of information in them.
· You define XStep process instructions, which should be processed by the process operator, for the PI sheet.
· You define process instructions for process control systems that are to be processed in the production area automatically.
Information for PI Sheets
You can define the following information in process instructions that are transferred to the PI sheet:
· Any type of information that can be displayed in the PI sheet. This includes:
¡ Long Text
¡ Business contents, such as the material number, batch, and so on
· The order in which the process steps (phases) are to be processed (only possible with characteristic-based process instructions)
· Input fields for the input of production-relevant data, which the process operator should enter in the PI sheet.
· Confirmation of the requested data using one or several process messages
· Calculation formulas to calculate values
· Function modules to jump from the PI sheet to other SAP applications
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PI sheet is just like a log which an operator user to record data on the shopfloor for a particular process. It is a part of Process management function of PP-PI. PI sheet is a cocckpit from where you can perform number of transactions like GI, GR, recording of special Process characteristics values...
Important Transactions involved...
Process Instruction Category
- O12C-It carries characteristics which need to be shown in PI sheet
CRD (Control Receipe Destination)
- O10CIt carries standard Process Instruction cat. which are used recurrently in different processes
Process Message Category --- O13C --- It takes the data from PI sheet for update of some table or to trigger some program (some other options are also available.