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1 Source Inspection
Use
Source inspections are performed upon request and with the participation of the customer or sold-to party. A source inspection can performed by the receiver
of the service, the vendor in the presence of the receiver or by a person or third party (for example, a surveyor) appointed by him.
Inspection lots for source inspections that reference a purchasing document can be created with or without specifying a (vendor) batch ( Inspect without batch
indicator in worklist for source inspections).
If you did not specify a (vendor) batch, the system creates the inspection lot for batch number ", ,". If the batch is later specified in the purchase order
at a later time, the system does not create a new inspection lot for the source inspection. In the Customizing settings for the QM in Procurement
control key, you can specify whether or not a new inspection lot should be created during a goods receipt ( GR control/Batch ).
If you specified a (vendor) batch, the system creates an inspection lot for this batch. If the batch is later specified in the purchase order, the system
creates a new inspection lot for the source inspection or goods receipt.
The batch is displayed in the inspection lot.
If the inspection lot for the source inspection is rejected for goods receipt item, the Customizing settings for the QM in procurement control key determines
whether:
A goods receipt posting is not possible or
A quality notification is not created and a new inspection lot is created
For more information, see
Triggering Source Inspection.

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