Dick,

You could use QMS Quality Hold to prevent shipment.. A Quality item is received into inventory with a Lot Status of "Q", Quality Hold. In your case, the item must pass a simple quality test of Pass before it can be released. You can create user defined System Code Table to select the Pass Result. You would then Disposition (Release) the item, which changes the Lot Status to "A".

Best Regards,

Gerry Duhon, CPIM | Sr. Application Consultant, Supply Chain & Manufacturing, ERPLX & BPCS | Infor Consulting Services | Cell:832.335.9872 |Gerry.Duhon@xxxxxxxxx

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We are on BPCS 8.3

Trying to figure out if it makes sense to use the Margin Hold field in
ECH to record Quality holds on selected finished machines, to protect us
from shipping that product.

We do not currently use the margin hold, and do not plan to.

What processes are generated by that hold? And how is the desired
margin level specified?

Anything else we should consider?

Dick Bailey
MCFA, Inc.

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