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OVERVIEW OF DELTA QM Manish Shashi March, 2008

Agenda:

Agenda 1. Overview 3. Mobile Notification & Defect Recording 4.Flexible Reporting Capabilities 2. Enhancements ( BADIs) 5. Different SAP Roles

Enhancement (BADIs)--Introduction:

Enhancement (BADIs)--Introduction Business add –Ins are a new & alternative enhancement method. They combines the advantages of Customer exits and business transaction events. A transaction is to be functionally enhanced . To do this , Abaper /developer creates a BADI. An implementation of this Badi is then created and used.

BADI—Quality Planning & Quality Inspection:

BADI—Quality Planning & Quality Inspection QM_INPUT_PROCEDURE: The method INPUT_PROCEDURE of the BAdI mentioned above can be used to change the following fields: Input value Attribute Results data origin Deviating decimal places PROCEDURES: QM_INPROC_100 can be used in input processing when for example a measuring device only displays a result with precision of one decimal place , but two decimal place was specified for result. Example: Measured values are output with the same number of decimal places with which they were entered. B. QM_INPROC_200 can be used in input processing if you are using a measuring device that has a higher precision than is specified. Example: Measured values are rounded to a predefined number of significant digits.

BADI—Quality Planning & Quality Inspection:

BADI—Quality Planning & Quality Inspection

BADI—Quality Planning & Quality Inspection:

Particular requirements for the determination and processing of measured values include: The measured value is to be changed after input (for example, it is to be multiplied by a specific factor or rounded according to customer-specific rules). The measured value that has been entered (original value) is to be output independently of the decimal places defined in the plan or master inspection characteristic. If, for example, two decimal places were planned in the inspection characteristic, but the measured value only has one decimal place, then only one decimal place will be output in results recording (output like input). BADI—Quality Planning & Quality Inspection

BADI—Quality Planning & Quality Inspection:

The number of significant digits is not fixed. It is dependent on the actual measured size of the measured value. It must therefore be possible to control the rounding using a significance type that takes this dependency into consideration. A significance type can be defined as follows: Measured Value: 0<x<1, Significant Digits: 2, Example: 0.17253 is output as 0.17 Measured Value: 0<x<10, Significant Digits: 2, Example: 1.173 is output as 1.2 Measured Value: 0<x<, Significant Digits: 2, Example: 11.173 is output as 11 The original value should be saved. A direct conversion of the formula should be performed with user-defined formulas. The required rounding is performed using BAdI. BADI—Quality Planning & Quality Inspection

BADI—Alternative UOM in the Usage Decision:

BADI—Alternative UOM in the Usage Decision QEVA_ALT_QTY_INPUT can be used to perform a stock posting in the form of alternative unit of measure during usage decision. ( pl. note that In the usage decision transactions, it is standard that quantities for the stock transfer can only be specified in the base unit of measure of the material. ) QEVA_ALT_QTY_INPUT defines an input help (F4 help) in the usage decision for the quantity fields on the stock screen (tab page Inspection Lot Stock). Then quantities can be entered in another unit of measure than the base unit of measure.

BADI—Alternative UOM in the Usage Decision:

BADI—Alternative UOM in the Usage Decision

Agenda:

Agenda 1. Overview 2. Functional, Navigation & Visual Changes 6. Material Reconciliation 4. Manufacturing Execution 3. Mobile Notification & Defect recording 5. Different SAP Roles

PowerPoint Presentation:

Business Process Delta Functionality BMS Business Benefits Mobile notification & Defect recording We can now record notifications and defects when we detect a problem, even when we do not have a personal computer (PC) with an online connection to SAP PLM. We can use a mobile device, such as a pocket PC, to access the easy-to-use set of functions needed for recording. We download forms with our personal settings to our mobile device, record data offline, and upload the recorded data to our online SAP PLM. Mobile Notification and Defects Recording adds business value because it: - Enables us to record SAP PLM-relevant data wherever you are - Avoids costs created by recording data on paper, and entering it into the SAP system as a second step - Automatically notifies the persons responsible using a workflow, after the data has been uploaded Mobile notification & Defect recording

Agenda:

Agenda 1. Overview 3. Mobile Notification & Defect Recording 6. Material Reconciliation 2. Functional, Navigation & Visual Changes 4. Flexible Reporting Capabilities 5. Different SAP Roles

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Business Process Delta Functionality BMS Business Benefits Flexible Reporting Capabilities The new tool allows the creation of analytical reports on quality data combined with meaningful graphical representation, which can be adjusted individually, including: - Selection of inspection lots, inspection characteristics, and inspection results - Evaluation of actual and archived data - Comparison of results for several characteristics - Representation of results in table view or as graphics, including the option to view several tables or graphics in one screen - Control charts without detailed planning - Export of selected data and integrated visualization of external statistical results (for example, from a statistical subsystem) Increases visibility of quality data throughout the organization - Enables implementation of improved quality control mechanisms - Decreases TCO by providing relevant information without the need to export quality management data to other components such as SAP Net Weaver Business Intelligence Flexible Reporting Capabilities

Agenda:

Agenda 1. Overview 3. Mobile Notification & Defect Recording 2. Functional, Navigation & Visual Changes 5. Different SAP Roles 4. Flexible Reporting & Capabilities

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Business Process Delta Functionality BMS Business Benefits SAP Roles for following: Quality inspector role The Quality Inspector role addresses quality inspectors who are usually responsible for tasks such as: Inspection lot processing - Sample drawing - Results and defects recording (values of inspection characteristics, nonconformity data) - Running of quality control charts - Recording of problem notifications - Usage of calibrated test devices - Usage decision-making for in-process inspection lots (optional) Minimizes cost of defects and product recalls - Reduces cost of quality compliance Different SAP Role—Quality inspector role

Sample Management:

Sample Management

Sample Management:

As of SAP ERP Central Component 5.0 the sample record was extended by additional fields. On the Physical-Sample Drawing tab page, you can also define the following information in the Data for Physical-Sample Origin screen area: Location of Sample Drawing (functional location) Info Sample-Drw (additional information on the physical-sample drawing, text description of the sample-drawing location) On the Sample Detail tab page, you can define the following information in the Administrative Data for Physical Sample screen area: Processor (for example, the person responsible for processing the sample or The person who took the sample Date of Sample Drawing Time of Sample Drawing Sample Management

Sample Management:

Sample Management

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