Hello Group,
We have a process to physically move and TW product in that same warehouse from one location (conforming) to another (non-conforming or quarantine)
As you probably know that works but only when looking at the location detail information.
Has anyone made use of the non-netting location feature for this kind of situation ?
If so how does scheduling and purchasing know about the quantities in the non-netting location, or do they ?

Michael Bennett
C.I.
Kimray Inc

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I would assume that this inspection process could result in 'rejects' and
rework. I'd recommend adding a last operation of inspection. This is the
easiest solution, and if you have rejects that need to be disposition, you can split the order. (Just remember that the split order goes forward with the completed parts and the original order stays with the rejects!)

In addition, or alternatly you can turn the Inspection Required flag on the Item Master / Item Revision to Yes (IOR = Y). When you do the RM, the parts are placed into a QC#### location. You will then need to process and MQ (manufacturing order Quality) transaction to receive them into approved stock.

I recommend the additional operation. it keeps scheduling more accurate as well.

On Fri, Oct 17, 2014 at 10:39 AM, j w <jeffwill91@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Hi board, I was hoping you could help me.

My company has issued an immediate RM as soon as production has finished.
However now we have the need (because of extra testing) to add another
step to the process for testing after the product has been produced
but before the finished product is available for sell. I would like to
continue updating the inventory as soon as we finish production but
what method or transaction code can I put the finished product into
the computer without using an RM, My thought is a work in process
transaction code and then move it to RM or something. Another idea was
temp. warehouse and then do a warehouse move to the real warehouse (i didnt like this idea).

I hope this makes sense. Thanks

Jeff Williams
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