The following business objects and methods are available in the QM application component as of Release 4.0A:
This method allows you to generate a list of inspection lots on the basis of various selection criteria. You can select inspection lots on the basis of a material, batch, order, run schedule header, vendor, or customer.
This method allows you to read a list of operations for an inspection lot.
This method allows you to transfer the inspection results for quantitative characteristics to an external statistics system and trigger the statistical analyses.
This business object is assigned to an operation and describes what must be inspected.
Inspection specifications such as the sample size, number of samples, and the conditions under which the entire inspection lot quantity should be accepted or rejected are defined for each inspection characteristic.
This method supplies the inspection specifications for a characteristic.
This method reads the inspection results for the inspection lot characteristic and provides the following information:
This method reads the inspection results for the inspection characteristic.
You can also update existing inspection results. In this case, the results can be read with this BAPI. Both methods use the same data structures.
The inspection lot operation contains all activities for inspection characteristics that must be carried out in the work center.
Using this method, the system can generate a list of operations for a specified inspection lot.
This method generates a list of characteristics for a specified operation. You can limit the selection of characteristics on the basis of the characteristic status using a filter (processing mode).
The inspection point is a reference object that is used to identify several inspections within an operation.
This method generates a list of inspection points for an inspection lot operation. If necessary, you can limit the selection range with the help of upper and lower limits.
This method allows you to create an inspection point for an operation. The data consists of the inspection point identification and, if required, the partial lot, batch, and inspection point valuation.
This method allows you to change the partial lot, batch, and valuation of an inspection point. You cannot change the inspection point identification. This method uses the same data structures as "InspPoint.GetList" and "InspPoint.CreateFromData".
This method generates the inspection specifications for an inspection point and provides the following information:
This method allows you to generate a list of related notifications or key figures.
You can use this information for statistical evaluations.