Please go through below requirement & provide best possible solution.
For material Type HALB (semi finish goods) process order is executed. After its confirmation goods receipt for process order is done with movement type 101. When this GR is posted, inspection lot of lot origin 04 is triggered & material stock is posted to QI. At the time of Usage Decision of this inspection lot if the material is approved, stock is posted to Unrestricted Use & subsequently this stock is issued to next process order of FG material (Finish goods).
After this, finish Goods may be packed through process order execution in two different ways. One type of packing is Bulk Packing & another is container packing.
For SFG & FG materials there are seperate process orders.
Now the requirement is as follows:
1) when the Finish goods is going to be packed in Bulk Packing, that time the inspection lot for SFG material should not get triggered & stock should get posted to Unrestricted Use.
2) When the Finish Goods is going to packed in container packing, that time the inspection lot for SFG material should get triggered & stock should be posted to QI.
Means the requirement is for the same SFG material one time the inspection lot should get triggered & another time the inspection lot should not get triggered.
Can this be managed by maintain different process order types at SFG level wherein for one order type stock shall be posted to QI & for other order type stock shall be directly posted to Unrestricted Use.
If this type of requirement is possible, How to map this process?
Your valuable suggestions are welcome. Please guide for this requirement.
I would think when you pack the material to bulk, isn't that a different material number?
Usually in SAP the material number is a reflection of the container or SKU and the material.
I would think you have one material number for the product in a silo, another for rail car, another for tank car, another for drum, another for tote container, another for pails, etc.etc..
If you do, each material would have their own settings with regard to if inspection is required or not. That is standard SAP stuff.
I can't imagine you would be using the same material number for all of these as the costing, transporation, sales, etc... would all be different.