SAP QM: End Users Guide to Daily Tasks

This document is a training manual for Quality Management (QM) in SAP ERP for end users. It provides instructions on various tasks related to quality management, including raw material inspection, in-process inspection, final inspection, and creating quality notifications. Here’s a summary of the key points from the document:

  1. Raw Material Inspection: The document provides a step-by-step guide on how to inspect raw materials using transaction code QA32. It includes instructions on how to enter inspection results and make a usage decision to move the material from inspection stock to the appropriate stock.
  2. In-Process Inspection: This section explains how to conduct an in-process inspection using the same transaction code (QA32), but with a different inspection lot origin.
  3. Final Inspection: The final inspection process is also explained using QA32, with a different inspection lot origin.
  4. Quality Notifications: The document outlines different types of quality notifications and when to use them. It also provides instructions on how to create manual quality notifications for defective parts using transaction code QM01.
  5. Calibration (Internal and External): The document provides instructions on how to perform internal and external calibration of instruments using transaction codes QA32 and IW28, respectively.
  6. Quality Info Record: This section explains how to create a quality info record using transaction code QI01. This record is used to manage the relationship between a vendor and a material.
  7. Master Data – Quality Plan: The document provides instructions on how to create and change a quality plan for raw materials, finished materials, and in-process materials using transaction codes QP01 and QP02.
  8. Activating Inspection Type: The document ends with instructions on how to activate an inspection type using transaction code QM08.

The document also includes various reports related to quality management, such as the QM Notification Report, QM Inspection Request, and Notification Task Status Report. It also explains how to handle customer return part inspection, create an inspection request, and manage an inspection lot status.

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