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EHP6 for SAP ERP 6.0

September 2012

English




Pharma:
Liquid Dosage
Bulk Manufacturing
without PI sheet
s

(
P
52
)









SAP AG

Dietmar
-
Hopp
-
Allee

16

69190
Walldorf

Germany

Business Process D
ocumentation


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Liquid Dosage
Bulk Manufacturing without PI sheet
s

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)
:
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Contents

Liquid Dosa
ge Bulk Manufacturing without PI sheet

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7

1

Purpose

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.........

7

2

Prerequisites
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..

7

2.1

Master Data and Organizational Data

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7

2.2

Business Conditions

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9

2.3

Roles

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10

2.3.1

Defin
ing

Queries for Personal Object Worklist (POWL)

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11

3

Process Overview Table

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.............

12

4

Business Pro
cess Steps

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13

4.1

Alternative I: Converting Bulk Planned Order and Releasing Process Order for PH
-
2700
and PH
-
2800

................................
................................
................................
................................
...

13

4.2

Altern
ative II: Creating Bulk Process Order for PH
-
2700 and PH
-
2800

..............................

14

4.3

Material Staging from the Warehouse for WM
-

Managed Components for PH
-
2700 and PH
-
2800

17

4.3.1

Staging Materials for Production

................................
................................
...................

17

4.3.2

Create Transfer Order
................................
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................................
...

17

4.3.3

Confirm Transfer O
rder

................................
................................
................................
.

18

4.3.4

Bin Stock per Material

................................
................................
................................
...

19

4.4

In
-
Process Control for TuSAPin Concentrate for PH
-
2800

................................
..................

20

4.4.1

Results Recording

................................
................................
................................
.........

20

4.4.2

Record Usage Decision

................................
................................
................................

21

4.5

Confirming Process Order for

PH
-
2700 and PH
-
2800

................................
.........................

22

4.6

Create Shift Note for PH
-
2800

................................
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.............................

24

4.7

Create Shift Report for PH
-
2800

................................
................................
..........................

26

4.7.1

Retrieve E
-
mail for Shift Report

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....................

27

4.8

Post
-
Process Control for PH
-
2700 and PH
-
2800

................................
................................

28

4.9

Aroma Mixture for TuSAPin
-

Post Process Control for PH
-
2700

................................
........

28

4.9.1

Results Recording

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.........

28

4.9.2

Recording the Usage Decis
ion

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30

4.10

TuSAPin concentrate


Post Process Control for PH
-
2800

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31

4.10.1

Results Recording

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.........

31

4.10.2

Recording the Usage Decision

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33

4.10.3

Example Long
-
Term Inspection

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34

5

Follow
-
Up Proc
esses

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5.1

Period End closing

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Appendix

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6.1

Reversal of

Process Steps

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...

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6.2

Manufacturing via PI sheet or XSteps

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6.2.1

Creating Bulk Process Order for PH
-
2700
................................
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....

38

6.2.2

Sending Control Recipes or control instuctions for PH
-
2700

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.......

41

6.2.3

Processing PI sheets for Material PH
-
2700

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..

42

6.2.4

Sending Process Messages
for PH
-
2700

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.....

43

6.3

SAP ERP Reports

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Liquid Dosage
Bulk Manufacturing without PI sheet

1

Pu
rpose

This document covers the manufacturing of bulk product

for Liquid Dosage

(
TuSAPin Aroma Mixture

and
TuSAPin Concentrate

for manufacturing of PH
-
6601
TuSAPin (100 ml)
) in the
Pharmaceuticals

industry. The material used is
PH
-
2700 and PH
-
2800.

The exam
ple used here is tablet production,
and complete value chain

includes following
manufacturing steps:

-

Pharmaceutical
production

of Bulk Material PH
-
27
00

part of this scenario

-

Pharmaceutical
production

of Bulk Material PH
-
28
00

part of this scenario

-

Fin
al packaging (
for

PH
-
6601, PH
-
6602
and PH
-
6603)
is shown in
the
scenario
Solid Dosage
packaging for Finished Product with PI sheet

(
P
53
)

Within this scenario material staging of components with WM as well as several QM functionalities
such as

the

following

are

included:



In
-
p
rocess

control of the manufactured product with usage decision



Post
-
Process control of manufactured produ
ct with sample management (including

multiple
specifications) and usage decision



Recurring inspections

However, PI sheet
creation
is

not in
this scenario's
scope.


PI sheet
-
based recipe
s

with different production version

(
0001)

are

available for material
PH
-
2700 and P
H
-
2800 as part of activation
. They
can be utilized by
the
custom
er
,

but
are not part of this scenario.

As an alternativ
e,
XSteps (Execution Steps) can be used
(for Material PH
-
2700)

to
create process instructions

that are later grouped together and sent as
a
control recipe
to process order execution/process management.

If you would like to use
XSteps
,

choose production ver
sion
XS01
.

2

Prerequisites

2.1

Master Data and Organizational Data

Essential

master and organizational data was created in your ERP system in the implementation
phase, such as the data that reflects the organizational structure of your company and master data
th
at suits its operational focus, for example, master data for materials, vendors, and
customers
.

The business process is enabled with
this

organization
-
specific master
data
, examples are provided
in the next section.


Additional Default Values

You can test

the scenario with other SAP Best Practices default values that have the
same characteristics.

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Check your SAP ECC system to find out which other material master data exists.


Using Your Own Master Data

You can also use customized values for any material o
r organizational data for which
you have created master data.
For more information about

how to create master data,
see the Master Data Procedures documentation.

Use the following master data in the process steps described in this document:


Manufacturing

/ Trading

Production Plant

Master / org.
data

Value

Master / org. data
details

Comments

Material

PH
-
2700

TuSAPin Aroma
Mixture

(
Bulk
materials
)


Material

PH
-
1710

Menthol


Material

CH
-
1020

Anis
-
Oil


Material

PH
-
2800

TuSAPin

Concentrate


Material

PH
-
18
30


Active ingredients
(substance)

Bactrim


Material

PH
-
1810

Ethanol


Material

PH
-
1820

Glucose syrup


Material

PH
-
2700

TuSAPin

Aroma
Mixture


Resource

YPR
-
2000

Central Dispensing


Resource

YPR
-
2010

Mixing resource


Resource

YPR
-
2020

Liquid Area


Ma
ster
recipe

PR
-
21031

TuSAPin

Aroma
mixture

Different
version
s

are

available for
production on sa
me material with PI
sheet and
X
step

Master
recipe

PR
-
22031

TuSAPin

Concentrate

Different
version
s

are

available for
production on same material with PI
sheet

Inspection
IPP
-
In
-
process insp. for

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Master / org.
data

Value

Master / org. data
details

Comments

plan

003

production order

Inspection
plan

IPP
-
012

Syrup (bulk)


Bill of Material Structure

This overview shows the bill of material structure and the usage of each component.

BOM Header

Material

Usage

Base
quantity

M
aterial

description

Unit

Characteristic of
material

PH
-
2700

1

100

TuSAPin

Aroma
Mixture

L

Bulk materials

BOM Item

Item

Item category

Component

Description

Quantity

Unit

Sort string

0010

L

PH
-
1710

Menthol

40

KG


0020

L

PH
-
1720

Anis
-
Oil

65

KG



BOM Hea
der

Material

Usage

Base
quantity

Material

description

Unit

Characteristic of
material

PH
-
2800

1

100

TuSAPin

Concentrate

KG

Bulk materials

BOM Item

Item

Item
category

Component

Description

Quantity

Unit

Sort string

0010

L

PH
-
1830

Bactrim

5

KAI

active in
gredient
content

0020

L

PH
-
1810

Ethanol

70

KG


0030

L

PH
-
1820

Glucose syrup

13

KG


0040

L

PH
-
2700

TuSAPin

Aroma
Mixture

15

L


2.2

Business Conditions

The business process described in
this

Business Process Documentation (BPD)

is part of a bigger
chain of i
ntegrated business processes or scenarios. As a result, you must have completed the
following processes and fulfilled the following business conditions before you can start any activities
in this scenario:

Business condition

Document

Costing run
must

be

p
erformed

Final Steps documentation

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Business condition

Document

Check and change MM period to current period

Final Steps documentation

Initial stock postings

Final Steps documentation

2.3

Roles

Use

The following roles must have already been installed to test this scenario in the SAP
Ne
tWeaver

Business Client (NWBC). The roles in this Business Process Documentation
must

be

assigned

to
the user or users testing this scenario. You only need these roles if you are using the NWBC
interface. You do not need these roles
if

you are using the st
andard SAP GUI.

Prerequisites

The business roles have been assigned to the user who is testing this scenario.

Business role

Technical name

Process step

Employee
(Professional User)

SAP_NBPR_EMPLOYEE_S

Assignment of this role is
necessary for basic
functi
onality.

Production Planner

SAP_NBPR_PRODPLANNER_S

Create Process Order

Warehouse Clerk

SAP_NBPR_WAREHOUSECLERK_S

Material Staging and
Confirmation

Confirm Transfer Order

Quality Specialist

SAP_NBPR_QUALMGR_S

Results Recording

Chemicals: Shop Floor
Spe
cialist



SAP_NBPR_SHOPFLOOR
_CHM
_
S


Create Shift
Note

Create Shift Report

Shop Floor Specialist

SAP_NBPR_SHOPFLOOR_S


Confirming Process Order

IT Administrator
(Professional user) for
Pharma

SAP_NBPR_IT_ADMIN_PH_S

Retrieve
Email

for Shift
Report

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2.3.1

Defin
i
ng

Queries for Personal Object Worklist (POWL)

The following queries
must

be

defined

to test this scenario in the SAP NetWeaver Business Client
(NWBC).

You only need these queries if you are using the NWBC interface. You do not need these
queries
if

you ar
e using the standard SAP GUI
.

The queries are necessary to access
role
-
specific

worklists in the SAP NetWeaver Business Client
(NWBC).

Business
Role

Application

Object
Type

Variant
Name

Variant
Selections

Selection
Criteria

Query
Name

Production
Planner

Create
Process
Order


Process
Order
Worklist


YB_PROCESS_H


Process
Order
Worklist


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3

Process Overview Table

Process step

External
process
reference

Business
condition

Business
role

Trans
-
action
code

Expected
results

Converting Bulk
Planned Order and
Rel
easing Process
Order

or

Creating Bulk
Process Order



Production
Planner

MD04

or

COR1


Material Staging
From the
Warehouse for
WM
-
Managed
Components



Warehouse
Clerk

LP12,
LT22,
LS24


Record Results



Quality
Specialist

QE51N


Record Usage
Decision



Q
uality
Specialist

QA11


Confirm Process
Order



Shop Floor
Specialist

CORK


Create Shift
Note



Chemicals:
Shop Floor
Specialist

SHN1


Create Shift Report



Chemicals:
Shop Floor
Specialist

SHR1


Results Recording



Quality
Specialist

QPR4

QE51N


Reco
rd Usage
Decision (CH
-
3000
or CH 3001)



Quality
Specialist

QA11


Inspection Lot
Creation



Quality
Specialist

QA07


Results Recording
Worklist



Quality
Specialist

QE51N


Record Usage
Decision



Quality
Specialist

QA11


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4

Business Process Steps

4.1

Alterna
tive I: Converting Bulk Planned Order and
Releasing Process Order

for PH
-
2700 and PH
-
2800

Use

This activity
convert
s

a planned order and release
s

the appropriate process order.

Prerequisite

MRP run was
performed

according to the Business Process Documentat
ion
Supply and Demand
Planning

(
P45
)

scenario.

Procedure

1.

Access the transaction choosing one of the following navigation options:

Option 1: SAP Graphical User Interface (SAP GUI)

SAP ECC menu

Logistics


Production
-

Process


MRP


Evaluations


Stock/Requirements List

Transaction
code

MD04

Option 2: SAP NetWeaver Business Client (SAP NWBC) via business
role


Business role

Production Planner

(SAP_NBPR_PRODPLANNER_S)

Business role
menu

Prod
uction


Evaluations


Reports


Display
Stock/Requirements Situation

2.

On the
Stock/Requirements List: Initial Screen
,

make the following entries:

Field
name

Description

User action
and values

Comment

Material


PH
-
2700

PH
-
2800 after completing quality ins
pection
for PH
-
2700

(PH
-
2700 is the BOM of PH
-
2800)

Plant


1000


3.

Choose
Enter
.

4.

On the
Stock/Requirements List as of XX:XX

hrs

screen
,

select a planned order and choose
Element Details
.

5.

On the

Additional Data

for MRP Element

screen check the provided values and choose
Convert
P
lanned order to
P
rocess
O
rder
.

6.

Select
production version

003 and
press
Enter
.


You can also select
the
production version
. O
n
the
Create Process Order: Header
-

General Data

screen
,
on
the
Master Data

tab, choose
the
Read Master Data

button
next to
the
Production Version

field.

In the
Process Order: Read Master Data

dialog
box,
in the
Production Version

field, enter
0003
.

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7.

On the
Create Process Order: Header


General Data
screen
, choose
Scheduling Type

as
Current date
.

8.

For process order for PH
-
2800, choose
Material list

and on the
Create Process Order:
Material

List
screen

start

the batch determination only for the material PH
-
1830 (Bactrim).


The production process of material PH
-
2800 i
ncludes the
Material quantity
calculation

function
.
Initially, a

batch for the active ingredient material PH
-
1830
must

be

determined
.

The valuation of the class characteristic
Potency

(
Bactrim
) is important for the
calculation of the amount of
Ethanol

req
uired
for the production of PH
-
2800.
T
he
target value of the
above
-
mentioned

class characteristic is
85 %
.

If the measured value for
Potency

is higher
,
less PH
-
1830 is needed, but more of
PH
-
1810
must

be

used

to
achieve

the planned quantity of PH
-
2800 (an
d vice versa).

In the next step
,

the
Material quantity calculation

must

be

performed
. When done,
batches for the remaining materials can be determined.

9.

Choose
Material quantity calculation
.

10.

Under the
row
contain
ing the material number PH
-
1830, the system

displays
the previously
entered batch number.
For this row, t
he column
2: Potency (Bactrim)

contains the measured
value of the class characteristic.
To s
tart the calculation
, choose
Save formula and copy
result

(F8).

11.

On
the
Create Process Order: Material

List

sc
reen, t
he quantity of material PH
-
1810
is
adapted.

12.

To r
elease the order
,

choose
Release

(C
trl + F6). Batch determination
for the remaining
materials and creation of control recipe are
performed

automatically.

13.

Save your entries.

14.

Choose

Back (F3)

to
return to
the
SAP Easy Access

screen (SA
P GUI), or c
hoose
Exit
(Shift+F3)
and confirm the
Business client

message with
Yes

to return to
SAP Home
(SAP
NetWeaver Business Client).

Result

The planned order was converted and process order was released.

4.2

Alterna
tive II: Creating Bulk Process Order

for PH
-
2700 and PH
-
2800

Use

This activity
create
s

a process order (
directly without MRP run
) and release
s

it.

Procedure

1.

Access the transaction choosing one of the following navigation options:

Option 1: SAP Graphical Us
er Interface (SAP GUI)

SAP ECC menu

Logistics


Production
-

Process


Process Order


Process Order


Create


With Material

Transaction
code

COR1

2.

On the
Create Process Order: Initial Screen
,

make the following entries:

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Field name

Description

User action
and values

Comment

Material
Numbe
r


PH
-
2700

PH
-
2800 after completing quality
inspection for PH
-
2700

(PH
-
2700 is the
BOM of PH
-
2800)

Production
P
lant


1000


Process
O
rder
T
ype


YP04


3.

Choose
Enter
.

4.

On the
Create Process Order: Header
-

Gener
al Data
screen
,

enter the necessary data:

Field name

Description

User action and values

Comment

Total qty (valid for PH
-
2700)

Production quantity

100 L


Total qty (valid for PH
-
2800)

Production quantity

100 KG


Scheduling Type

Current Date



5.

Choose
Ent
er.

6.

Select Production version 003 (without PI sheet)
and

press
Enter
.

7.

For process order for PH
-
2800, choose
Material list
.

8.

O
n the
Create Process Order: Material

List
screen
,

start

the batch determination for the
material PH
-
1830 (Bactrim)

only
.


The produ
ction process of material PH
-
2800 includes the
Material quantity
calculation

function
.
Initially, a

batch for the active ingredient material PH
-
1830
must

be

determined
.

The valuation of the class characteristic
Potency

(
Bactrim
) is important for the
calcu
lation of the amount of
Ethanol

required
for the production of PH
-
2800.
T
he
target value of the
above
-
mentioned

class characteristic is
85 %
.

If the measured value for
Potency

is higher
,
less PH
-
1830 is needed, but more of
PH
-
1810
must

be

used

to
achieve

the planned quantity of PH
-
2800 (and vice versa).

In the next step
,

the
Material quantity calculation

must

be

performed
. When done,
batches for the remaining materials can be determined.

9.

Choose
Material quantity calculation
.

10.

On the row

containing the mat
erial number PH
-
1830
,

the system displays

the previously
entered batch number. The column
2: Potency (Bactrim)

of this line contains the measured
value of the class characteristic.
To s
tart the calculation
, choose
Save formula and copy
result

(F8).

11.

On
the

Create Process Order: Material List

screen
, t
he quantity of material PH
-
1810
is
adapted.

12.

To r
elease the order
, choose
Release

(Ctrl + F6). Batch determination (for the remaining
materials) and creation of control recipe are
performed

automatically
.
If the

system displays
the
message

Capacity

Availability

Order

%
00000000001

Work centers with overload
, select
Finite scheduling

and
choose
Adopt
.

13.

Save your entries.

14.

Choose

Back (F3)

to
return to
the
SAP Easy Access

screen (SAP GUI)

Option 2: SAP NetWeaver Busi
ness Client (SAP NWBC) via Business Role

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Business role

Production Planner

(
SAP_NBPR_PRODPLANNER
_S
)

Business role
menu

Production


Shopfloor Control


Process Order


Process Order
Work List

1.

Select the active query
Process Order Worklist

(Query name as defined in
chapter

2.3.1
)

2.

On
the

Process Order

Worklist
screen
,
choose
Create Process Order
.


O
n
the
Process Order

Worklist
screen
, do not
choose any item.

The required
material cannot be created

if

you do so.

3.

On the
Create Process Order: Initial Screen
,

make the following entries:

Field name

Description

User action
and values

Comment

Material

Number


PH
-
2700

PH
-
2800 after completing quality
inspection for PH
-
2700

(PH
-
2700 is the
BOM of PH
-
2800)

Production
P
lant


1000


Process
O
rder
T
ype


YP04


4.

Choose
Enter
.

5.

On the
Create Process Order
:

Header


General Data

screen
,

make the following entries:

Field name

Description

User action and values

Comment

Quantities

-

Total
Q
ty


for example, 100
LB


Scheduling

-

Type


Current date


6.

Choose
Enter.

7.

Select Production version 003 (without PI sheet) and ent
er

8.

For process order for PH
-
2800, choose
Material list

and on the
Create Process Order:
Material

List
screen

start

the batch determination only for the material PH
-
1830 (Bactrim).


The production process of material PH
-
2800 includes the
Material quantity
calculation

function
.
Initially, a

batch for the active ingredient material PH
-
1830
must

be

determined
.

The valuation of the class characteristic
Potency

(
Bactrim
) is important for the
calculation of the amount of
Ethanol

required
for the production of PH
-
2800.
T
he
target value of the
above
-
mentioned

class characteristic is
85 %
.

If the measured value for
Potency

is higher
,
less PH
-
1830 is needed, but more of
PH
-
1810
must

be

used

to
achieve

the planned quantity of PH
-
2800 (and vice versa).

In the next st
ep
,

the
Material quantity calculation

must

be

performed
. When done,
batches for the remaining materials can be determined.

9.

Choose
Material quantity calculation
.
On

the
row
containing the material number PH
-
1830
the system displays the previously entered ba
tch number
. The column
2: Potency (Bactrim)

for this row
contains the measured value of the class characteristic.
To s
tart the calculation
,

choose
Save formula and copy result

(F8).

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10.

On
the
Create Process Order: Material List

screen
, t
he quantity of materi
al PH
-
1810
is
adapted.


11.

Choose
Release
.

12.

If the
system displays the
message

Capacity

Availability

Order

%
00000000001

Work
centers with overload
, select
Finite scheduling

and
choose
Adopt
.

13.

Save your entries.

14.

C
hoose

Exit (Shift+F3)

and confirm the
Business

client

message with
Yes

to return to
SAP
Home
.

Result

The process order was created and released, availability check and quality inspection
are

performed
.

4.3

Material Staging from the Warehouse for
WM
-

Managed Components

for PH
-
2700 and PH
-
2800

Use

When you
use the WM component, the assignment of plant and storage location to a warehouse
number and from plant and warehouse number to storage location
must

be

clearly
established
.


Using WM for material staging requires care and strict discipline in system handling.
Materials may only be used for production by removing them from production
storage bins that were defined for that purpose. If the needed stock is
located in
another location, it
must

be

moved

from that location to the production storage bin,
because the consumption posting
take
s

place from that bin. If this practice is not
consistently adhered to, the efficient use of the system
is
hindered by the i
ncrease in
unnecessary stock differences.

When you determine that component stock in the supply area is nearly empty, r
equest material
from the warehouse for your process orders.

The following components of
P
H
-
2700 are defined as WM managed:



PH
-
1710

Mentho
l



PH
-
1720

Anis
-
Oil

The following components of PH
-
2800 are defined as WM managed:



PH
-
1
83
0

Bactrim



PH
-
1
81
0

Ethanol



PH
-
1820

Glucose Syrup

4.3.1

Staging Materials for Production

Prerequisites

A Production Order
is

released

and the staging in WM is
not

triggered.

4.3.2

Cr
eate Transfer Order

If the process order is released and the staging in WM is triggered start the scenario here.

1.

Access the transaction choosing one of the following navigation options:

Option 1: SAP Graphical User Interface (SAP GUI)

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SAP ECC
Menu

Logistic
s


Logistics Execution


Internal Whse Processes


Transfer Requirement


Display


For Storage Type

Transaction
code

LB10

Option 2: SAP NetWeaver Business Client (SAP NWBC) via business role

Business role

Warehouse Clerk

(SAP_NBPR_WAREHOUSECLERK_S)

B
usiness role
menu

Warehouse Management


Receiving


Transfer Orders


TRs for
Storage Type

2.

O
n the
Display Transfer Requirement: List for Storage Type

screen
, e
nter the required data.

Field name

Description

User action and
values

Comment

Warehouse
number

Warehouse number

Y01


Dest. storage type

Destination storage
type

100

Production
Supply

3.

Choose

Enter
.

All open Transfer Requests are displayed.

4.

On

the
Display Transfer Requirement: List for Storage Type

screen, make the following
entries:

Field
name

De
scription

User action and values

Comment

S

Selection for list
displays

Select your Transport Request for
your Order

Mark the
field

5.

Choose

TO in
F
oregr
ound

(Ctrl+Shift+F8).

6.

On

the
Create T
O

for TR xxx: Prepare for
P
utaway

screen, choose
Generate TO Item

(F6).


If the inspection lot is not closed, the
Process
QM

Inspection

Lot

screen

displays
.
Finish the QM activities.

7.

Accept

the warning messages with
Enter

and
s
ave your entries.

Make a
note

of the

TO
number
: __________

8.

Choose

Back (F3)

to return to the
S
AP Easy Access

screen (SAP GUI)
or c
hoose
Exit
(Shift+F3)
and confirm the
Business client

message with
Yes

to return to
SAP Home
(SAP
NetWeaver Business Client).

Result

The transfer order is created.

4.3.3

Confirm Transfer Order

1.

Access the transaction choosing o
ne of the following navigation options:

Option 1: SAP Graphical User Interface (SAP GUI)

SAP ECC
Menu

Logistics


Logistics Execution


Inbound Process


Goods Receipt
for Inbound Delivery


Putaway


Confirm Transfer Order


Single
Document


In One Step

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Transaction
code

LT12

Option

2: SAP NetWeaver Business Client (SAP NWBC) via business role

Business role

Warehouse Clerk

(SAP_NBPR_WAREHOUSECLERK_S)

Business role
menu

Warehouse Management


Receiving


Transfer Orders


Confirm
transfer order

2.

On

the

Confirm Transfer Order: Initial Screen
, e
nter the required data
:

Field name

Description

User action and values

Comment

TO number


<Transfer order number>

Defaulted

Warehouse number

Warehouse number

Y01


3.

Choose

Enter
.

4.

On the
Confirm Transfer Order: Overv
iew of T
ransfer
O
rder

Items

screen, choose
Confirm
I
nternally

(F5)
.

5.

Save your entries.

6.

Choose

Back (F3)

to return to the
SAP Easy Access

screen (SAP GUI)
or c
hoose
Exit
(Shift+F3)
and confirm the
Business client

message with
Yes

to return to
SAP Home
(SAP
NetWeaver Business Client).

Result

The system contains a confirmed transfer order. The material is at the interim Storage 100. The
production can use the staged material. Check the stock using the transaction
LS24
.

4.3.4

Bin Stock per Material

Prerequisites

The
materials are maintained for the Warehouse Management and are available in the storage
location.

Procedure

1.

Access the transaction choosing one of the following navigation options:

Option 1: SAP Graphical User Interface (SAP GUI)

SAP ECC
Menu

Logistics


Logistics Execution


Internal Whse Processes


Bins
and Stock


Display


Bin Stock per Material

Transaction
code

LS24

Option

2: SAP NetWeaver Business Client (SAP NWBC) via business role

Business role

Warehouse Clerk

(SAP_NBPR_WAREHOUSECLE
RK_S)

Business role
menu

Warehouse Management


Consumption and Transfers


Display
Quants for Material

2.

On the
Stock per Material

screen
,

enter the necessary data.

Field name

Description

User action and values

Comment

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Warehouse number

Warehouse number


Y01


Material

Material Number

<Material Number>


Plant


1000

Not necessary

Enter


Choose the button

Enter

3.

On the
Stock per Material
screen
,

double
-
click the Storage Bin.
O
n the
Display Storage Bin

screen
, t
he Storage bin details are displayed.

4.

On the
S
tock per storage bin

area
,

select the Material line and choose the
Quant
button. The
Quant
detail
s

are

displayed.

5.

Choose

Back (F3)

to return to the
SAP Easy Access

screen (SAP GUI)
or c
hoose
Exit
(Shift+F3)
and confirm the
Business client

message with
Yes

to return to
SAP Home
(SAP
NetWeaver Business Client).

Result

The completely bin stock from one material over all storage types is displayed.

4.4

In
-
Process
Control

for
TuSAPin

Concentrate

for
PH
-
2800

Purpose

When
TuSAPin

are produced

as

a

rule
, several in
-
pro
cess controls (IPC)
are

performed

and an
additional post
-
process control
is

performed

at the end of the production process. This

IPC

process applies to Materials
PH
-
2800
.

In SAP Best Practices for Pharmaceuticals, this scenario can be worked through using
TuSAPin

Concentrate
as an example. During the production process, an IPC is performed with inspection
points in which the characteristics accompanying production are checked. The system generates
inspection points automatically for the operations for which

inspection characteristics have been
determined in the master recipe.


Material PH
-
2700

does not have an
in
-
process step define
d. For this material, go
directly
to the
Process Order Confirmation

step
.

4.4.1

Resul
ts Recording

Prerequisites

Materials in plant 1000 are subject to QM. In the material master, inspection type 03 is active.

In the recipe header under QM data, the inspection is activated with generated inspection points.

Inspection characteristics are de
fined in the master recipe (recipe group
PR
-
22031
).
For phase
0040 (Mixing and suspending), the
Consistency inspection

characteristic is defined.

The process order is released. During release of process order an inspection lot for the in
-
process control (i
nspection type
YP
03) is automatically generated.

Procedure

1.

Access the transaction choosing one of the following navigation options:

Option 1: SAP Graphical User Interface (SAP GUI)

SAP ECC Menu

Logistics


Quality Management


Quality Inspection


Worklist



Results Recording

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Transaction
code

QE51N

Option 2: SAP NetWeaver Business Client (SAP NWBC) via business role

Business role

Quality Specialist

(SAP_NBPR_QUALMGR_S)

Business role
menu

Quality Management


Quality Inspection


Inspection Results


Res
ults Recording Worklist

2.

O
n the
Results Recording Worklist

screen,
choose the
Material

tab.

3.

Make the following entries:

Field name

Description

User action and
values

Comment

Material

Material number

PH
-
2800


Insp
.
l
ot
o
rigin

Inspection Lot Origin

03


Pla
nt

Plant

1000


Char. Filter

Characteristics of inspection lot

(1) all
characteristics


Default

N
ext
I
nspection
P
oint

Suggests

other inspections in the
case of
freely
-
defined

inspection
points

Selected


4.

Choo
se
Execute (F8)
.

5.

On
the
Results Recording: Characteristic Overview

screen
,
m
ake the following entries:

Field name

Description

User action and values

Comment

Consistency


02
viscous

YP11 (
consistency 02 viscous
)

6.

C
hoose
Enter
.

7.

Once you have e
nter
ed the res
ults
, select all inspection characteristics and close them by
choosing
Close

(Lock
symbol).

8.

Save your entries.

All results for the operation
00
4
0

are

saved.

9.

Choose

Back (F3)

to
return to
the
SAP Easy Access

screen (SAP GUI)
or c
hoose
Exit
(Shift+F3)
and co
nfirm the
Business client

message with
Yes

to return to
SAP Home
(SAP
NetWeaver Business Client).

4.4.2

Record Usage Decision

Use

After results recording
is

ended
, a usage decision can be made for the batch.

Prerequisites

The inspection results for the inspecti
on lot have been recorded, evaluated,
closed and

saved.

Procedure

To branch
directly from results recording (see transaction
QE51N
) into the usa
ge decision, by
double
-
click
the top line of the inspection lot (in the left part of the screen) after the resul
ts are
saved.

1.

Alternatively

access the transaction choosing one of the following navigation options:

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Option 1: SAP Graphical User Interface (SAP GUI)

SAP ECC Menu

Logistics


Quality Management


Quality Inspection


Inspection
Lot


Usage Decision


Recor
d

Transaction
code

QA11

Option 2: SAP NetWeaver Business Client (SAP NWBC) via business role

Business role

Quality Specialist

(SAP_NBPR_QUALMGR_S)

Business role
menu

Quality Management


Quality Inspection


Inspection Lot


Record Usage Decision

2.

On
the
Record
U
sage
D
ecision
, Initial
S
creen
, make the following entries:

Field name

Description

User action and values

Comment

Inspection
L
ot

Inspection lot number

< inspection lot >


3.

Choose
Enter
. A
ccept the information message that the assigned process

order is neither
completed nor confirmed.

4.

On the
Record Usage Decision: Characteristic Overview

screen, enter the usage decision
code in the usage decision area:

Field
name

Description

User action and
values

Comment

UD code

Name for usage decision
code

A

Enter A for
acceptance

5.

Save the usage decision.

6.

Choose

Back (F3)

to
return to
the
SAP Easy Access

screen (SAP GUI)
or c
hoose
Exit
(Shift+F3)
and confirm the
Business client

message with
Yes

to return to
SAP Home
(SAP
NetWeaver Business Client).

Result

Th
e usage decision for the inspection lot is saved.


Inspection lots for i
n
-
process

control are not relevant to stock. The evaluation of the
results cannot be linked to an inventory posting.

For

acceptance, the batch status is changed to unrestricted status
.

If you close it before the associated process order
is

closed
, you receive an
information message to this effect as
previously
mentioned.

For more information, see
the SAP ERP Standard Documentation.


If not all the inspection results are recorded, eval
uated or closed, the system reports
that inspection characteristics are still open. In this case
, return to
Results recording

and complete
this
, or force completion of the inspection (confirm
the
message to this
effect).

4.5

Confirming Process Order

for PH
-
270
0 and PH
-
2800

Use

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In this process step, the created process order
is

confirmed. Execution start and finishing dates
can be entered.

Procedure

1.

Access the transaction choosing one of the following navigation options:

Option 1: SAP Graphical User Interface (S
AP GUI)

SAP ECC Menu

Logistics


Production
-

Process


Process Order


Confirmation


Enter for Order

Transaction
code

CORK

2.

On the
Enter

Process Order Confirmation: Initial
S
creen
,

make the following entries:

Field name

Description

User action and values

Comment

Process Or
der


<your process order>


3.

Choose
Enter
.

4.

On the
Process Order Confirmation
Enter
: Actual
D
ata

screen
, make the following entries

Field name

Description

User action and values

Comment

Confirmation
T
ype
-

Final Confirm
.


Select

Selected by default


Confirm
ation
T
ype
-

Clear Reservation


Select

Selected by default


Yield


<enter quantity>

Defaulted

Shift


Normal Shift

Enter shift of the shop floor
person who records the
confirmation

5.

On the
Process Order Confirmation
Enter
: Actual
D
ata

screen
,

choose

Goods

Movement
s
.

6.

O
n the

Confirmation

of Process Order Enter: Goods Movements
screen
,
make the following
entries:

7.

The system displays the m
essage
Requirements quantity from batch totals records not taken
into account
.

Field name

Description

User action and value
s

Comment

Expiry
d
ate/Manu.
D
ate


<current date>

M
anufacturing date

8.

Save your entries.

9.

Choose

Back (F3)

to
return to
the
SAP Easy Access

screen.

Option 2: SAP NetWeaver Business Client (SAP NWBC) via Business Role

Business role

Shop Floor Specialist

(SA
P_NBPR_SHOPFLOOR_S)

Business role
menu

Shop Floor


Process


Order Processing


Process Order
Work List

1.

Select the active query
Process Order Confirmation Worklist

(Query name as defined in
chapter

2.3.1
)
.


C
hoose
Refres
h

i
f your order is not displayed.

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2.

Select

the
process
order and
choose

Confirm



Process Order Confirmations (Total).

3.

On the
Process Order Confirmation
Enter
: Actual
D
ata

screen
, make the following entries

Field name

Description

User action and values

Comment

Confirmation
T
ype
-

Final Confirm
.


Select

Selected by default


Confirmation
T
ype
-

Clear Reservation


Select

Selected by default


Yield


<enter quantity>

Defaulted

Shift


Normal Shift

Enter shift of the shop floor
person who records the
confirmation

4.

O
n the
Process Order Confirmation
Enter
: Actual
D
ata

screen
,

select
Goods Movement
s

icon and make the following entries on the

Confirmation

of Process Order Enter: Goods
Movements

screen:

Field name

Description

User action and values

Comment

Expiry
d
ate/Ma
nu.
D
ate


<current date>

M
anufacturing date

5.

Save your entries.

6.

C
hoose

Exit (Shift+F3)

and confirm the
Business client

message with
Yes

to return to
SAP
Home
(SAP NetWeaver Business Client).

Result

The process order
is

confirmed. Based on the configuration
, all reservations
are

cleared
automatically.

4.6

Create Shift
Note

for PH
-
2800

Use

In this process step,
shift
notes

are created by the shop floor person to record the details of the
confirmation and other parameters so that the higher personnel can review th
em at a later point
of time

Procedure

1.

Access the transaction choosing one of the following navigation options:

Option 1: SAP Graphical User Interface (SAP GUI)

SAP ECC
Menu

Logistics


Central Functions


Shift Notes and Shift Reports


Shift
Report and Sh
ift Note for Work Centers


Shift Note


Create

Transaction
code

SHN1

Option 2: SAP NetWeaver Business Client (SAP NWBC) via Business Role

Business role

Chemicals
-
Shop Floor Specialist

(SAP_NBPR_SHOPFLOOR_CHM_S)

Business role
menu

Shop Floor


Shift No
tes and Shift Reports For Work Center


Shift
Notes


Create Shift Note

2.

On the

Create Shift
Note

screen
,

make the following entries:

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Field name

Description

User action and values

Comment

Work Center



YPR
-
2000

Enter the work center

3.


Choose
Enter
.

4.

On the

next screen for
Create Shift
Note
, make the following entries:

Field name

Description

User action and values

Comment

Specify End


Select


Start Date


<
Start date>


Start Time


<
Start time>


End Date


<
End

date>


End
Time


<
End time>


Category


Color


Reference Object


Material


Material


PH
-
2800

F
ield
becomes
available after
en
tering the
reference
object fiel
d

Comment


<enter required data>


5.

Choose
Display as PDF (Ctrl+F3)
.

6.

Confirm
the
message
. The
PDF
is
displayed when you save

with
Enter
.

7.

Save

your entries.


To send
the
shift
note

via
e
-
mail
,
execute
the following
steps
.

8.

On the
Create Shift
Note

screen
, choose
Shift Note



Change.

9.

O
n the
C
hange

Shift
Note

screen
, in the
Shift
Note

Number

field
, enter
the

Shift
Note

Number

and c
hoose
Enter
.

10.

Cho
ose
Send (Ctrl+F2)
.

11.

Confirm
the
message
. The s
hift
note

is

sent

when you save

with
Enter
.

12.

Save your entries.

13.

On the
Create Document and Send

dialog box
, m
ake the following entries
:

Field name

Description

User action and
values

Comment

Recipient


<enter
e
-
mail

Address>

Enter your
e
-
mail

address

Recip

Type



Defaults when you enter
e
-
mail

address

14.

Choose
Send (Shift+F8)
.


The process of sending the e
-
mail is managed by the SAP Connect. Depending on
the settings made for the
INT

SMTP

node, it may take some

minutes for the e
-
mail
to

be

sent. The status of the processing of the e
-
mail message can be
monitored

by
using transaction
SCOT
.

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Result

The
shift
note

is

created
.

4.7

Create Shift Report

for PH
-
2800

Use

At the end of the shift, the person responsible for the

shift can manually generate a shift report
document in PDF format. This document can be generated after confirmations and shift
notes

have been entered. Once they are generated, shift reports cannot be changed. They can be
signed or discarded. To determin
e what objects are included in a shift report, see the
Define
Shift Report Type

Customizing activity.

Procedure

1.

Access the transaction choosing one of the following navigation options:

Option 1: SAP Graphical User Interface (SAP GUI)

SAP ECC
Menu

Logistics



Central Functions


Shift Notes and Shift Reports


Shift
Report and Shift Note for Work Centers


Shift Report


Create

Transaction
code

SHR1

Option 2: SAP NetWeaver Business Client (SAP NWBC) via Business Role

Business role

Chemicals
-
Shop Floor Spe
cialist

(SAP_NBPR_SHOPFLOOR_CHM_S)

Business role
menu

Shop Floor


Shift Notes and Shift Reports For Work Center


Shift
Reports


Create Shift Report

2.

On the

Create Shift
Report

screen
,

make the following entries:

Field name

Description

User action and v
alues

Comment

Work Center


YPR
-
2000

Enter the work center

Start Date


<enter start date>


Start time


<enter start time>


End Date


<enter end time>


End Time


<enter end time>


Person Resp. for Shift


<enter value>


3.

Choose
Generate Shift Report
.

4.

Ig
nore any warning messages and
press
Enter
.

5.

The
Shift Report is displayed
as a
PDF. Review the details mentioned in the Shift Report
. A
ll
shift
notes

maintained in the time selected are displayed
. T
he
confirmation

for process
orders
are

also displayed for
the work center and date and time selected.

6.

Save your entries.

7.

Choose
Send

(Ctrl+F2)
.

8.

On the
Create Document and Send

dialog box, make the following entries:

Field name

Description

User action and
values

Comment

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Recipient


<enter e
-
mail
Address>

Enter yo
ur
e
-
mail

address

Recip

Type



Defaults when you enter
e
-
mail

address

9.

Save your entries.

4.7.1

Retrieve
E
-
mail

for Shift Report

Use

Once you send the Shift report to your
e
-
mail

address, it may not be
immediately
delivere
d,
depending on the
SMTP node
settings
.
In this activity, you can define the intervals and behavior
for
e
-
mail
s waiting in the queue.

Prerequisites

In transaction
SICF
, v
erify

transaction SICF that the SMTP service node is active
.

I
n transaction
SCOT

(SAPconnect)
:



S
et up the SMTP node for the
communication type INT



S
et up a job to run in the background to send emails waiting in the queue at regular
intervals



S
et the default domain (under
Settings


Default Domain
) and consider whether a
receipt confirmation is required (
Settings


Confirmation
of
receipt
).

Procedure

1.

Access the transaction choosing one of the following navigation options:

Option 1: SAP Graphical User Interface (SAP GUI)

SAP ECC Menu

Tools


Business Communication


Communication


SAPconnect

Transaction
code

SCOT

Option 2: SAP
NetWeaver Business Client (SAP NWBC) via Business Role

Business role

IT Administrator (Professional User) for Pharma

(SAP_NBPR_IT_ADMIN_PH_S)

Business role menu

IT Administrator


SAPconnect
-

Administration

2.

On the

SAP
screen,
in
th
e left
frame,
expand
Business Communication Administration


Administration


Outbound Sent Request
.

3.

Double
-
c
lick
Outbound Sen
d

Request
.

4.

Make the following settings:

Field
name

Description

User action
and values

Comment

Period tab

Send
Date


<system
Proposed>

Change if neces
sary

Send
Date to


<system
Proposed>

Change if necessary

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Send Status tab

Waiting


Select


Errors


Select


Sent



This indicator can be selected if you want to
resend or
get

details of the send
documents

5.

Choose
Refresh
.

T
he Shift Reports
are
displaye
d
.

6.

Select the line you want to process and choose
Start Send Process for
Selection


Start
Send Process
.

7.

On
the
SAP Connect Send Process: Change Parameter

d
ialog box, choose
Start
.

4.8

Post
-
Process
Control

for PH
-
2700 and PH
-
2800

Purpose

The production of
TuS
APin

cough syrup in Plant
1000

is

performed

in three steps. Steps 1 and 2
are

performed

in the plant itself; the
third

step is assigned externally.

Step 1

Production of the aroma mixture (herbal extract) (PH
-
2700
)
is
performed

by mixing the raw
materials (
menthol and
anis

oil).

The
QM
inspection is
performed

with

a post
-
process check.

When the quantity produced
is

confirmed
, an inspection lot is created automatically.

Step 2

For production

of
TuSAPin

concentrate

(PH
-
2800)
, t
he
ethanolic

solution of the arom
a mixture is
mixed with glucose syrup and the active ingredient
Bactrim
.


The inspection in QM is again
performed

using
a post
-
process control.

When the
produced
quantity
is

confirmed
, an inspection lot is automatically

created
. Specifications are assigned

from
an inspection plan.

However, t
he examples in the preconfigured system for the pharmaceuticals
industry

show

the QM functionality for early inspection lot creation and long
-
term inspection.

When the process order is released, an inspection lot with in
spection lot origin 04 (
goods
receipt

from production)
is

created
, which enables you to record results for the inspection lot before the
process order is confirmed.

The inspection plan also contains the long
-
term characteristic
bacteriology
.

The results fo
r the
inspection lot can also be entered after a usage decision has been made, which is not
normally

possible.

However, it is usual for the results of bacteriological examinations to appear only after
the product has been reused.

Step 3

This step contains
the external filling, which is
performed

by subcontracting

which is part of
scenario
Liqu
i
d Dosage Finished

Product packaging with Subcontracting (
P53
)
.

4.9

Aroma Mixture for
TuSAPin

-

Post Process
Control

for PH
-
2700

4.9.1

Results Recording

Prerequisites

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The materi
al PH
-
2700 (aroma mixture) is subject to QM.

In the material master, inspection type
04 is active.

An inspection plan allocated to the material exists.A goods
receipt

from production
has been posted.

Procedure

You record the results of the created inspecti
on lot via the results recording work list.

1.

Access the transaction choosing one of the following navigation options:

Option 1: SAP Graphical User Interface (SAP GUI)

SAP
ECC
Menu

Logistics


Quality Management


Quality Inspection


Worklist


Results Recording

Transaction
code

QE51N

Option 2: SAP NetWeaver Business Client (SAP NWBC) via business role

Business role

Quality Specialist

(SAP_NBPR_QUALMGR_S)

Business role
menu

Quality Manage
ment


Quality Inspection


Inspection Results


Results Recording Worklist

2.

On

the
Results Recording
screen, enter the following values:

Field name

Description

User action and values

Comment

Plant


1000


Material


PH
-
2700


Batch


<Batch number, if know
n>


3.

Alternatively
, you can also record results for the operation directly:

Option 2

SAP
ECC
Menu

Logistics


Quality management


Quality inspection


Inspection
result


For operation


Record

Transaction
code

QE01


Field name

Description

User action a
nd values

Comment

Inspection Lot

Inspection lot number

Appropriate inspection lot
number (postprocess lots
beginning with 400000...)


Material

Material number

PH
-
2700


Plant

Plant number

1000


Characteristic
filter

Determines which
characteristics are

displayed

1


Process

Operation of the QM
characteristic

0010 (for identity)


4.

Choose

Enter
.

The valuation of the characteristics (accept / reject) occurs automatically. Otherwise the user
can select all items and choose
Close

(Lock icon).

5.

Save

your entri
es.

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6.

Choose

Back (F3)

to return to the
SAP Easy Access

screen (SAP GUI)
or c
hoose
Exit
(Shift+F3)
and confirm the
Business client

message with
Yes

to return to
SAP Home
(SAP
NetWeaver Business Client).

7.

For
results recording
, i
n the overview, enter the numbe
r of samples inspected and the code
or numeric value according to the specification in the inspection lot.

Field
name

Description

User action and values

Comment

Inspected

Number of inspected
sample

1


Result

Result for
characteristic identity

01

(for
OK
)

or numeric value according
to specification (for example 99%)


Enter a result, valuate it, and close it.

Next, save the operation.

Result

The
Post Process

Inspection is recorded.

4.9.2

Recording the Usage Decision

When results recording is complete, the usage
decision for the material can be made.

Normally
,
this

corresponds to releasing the mixture for production.

When the usage decision
acceptance

is saved, the material is automatically posted to
unrestricted stock in
ECC
. In all other cases (with transfer pos
tings, rejections, or similar), items
must

be

posted

manually from within the usage decision.

Prerequisites

The inspection
result

for the inspection lot
is
recorded, valuated, closed, and saved. The
usage
decision
is not
made.

Procedure

You can branch dire
ctly from results recording (see previous point:

transaction QE51N) to the
usage decision after you have saved the results by double clicking the top line of the inspection
lot (on the left
-
hand side of the screen).

1.

Access the transaction choosing one of t
he following navigation options:

Option 1: SAP Graphical User Interface (SAP GUI)

SAP ECC Menu

Logistics


Quality Management


Quality Inspection


Inspection
Lot


Usage Decision


Record

Transaction
code

QA11

Option 2: SAP NetWeaver Business Client (SAP NWBC) via business role

Business role

Quality Specialist

(SAP_NBPR_QUALMGR_S)

Business role
menu

Qua
lity Management


Quality Inspection


Inspection Lot


Record Usage Decision

2.

In the
Record usage decision

screen, enter the required data:

Field name

Description

User action and values

Comment

Inspection Lot

Number of inspection lot

<inspection lot numb
er>


3.

In the next screen,
enter
the

usage decision code:

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Field name

Description

User action and values

Comment

UD Code

UD Code description

A

Enter A for
acceptance

Batch Status

Batch Status

Set to unrestricted stock

The
dialog box

appears
automatically w
hen the
usage decision is saved

Change from
restricted to
unrestricted

To
unrestricted
use

Quantity that Is To Be
Posted to Unrestricted
-
Use Stock

Insp. Lot Qty

In the
Inspection
lot

stock

tab

4.

Save

your entries
.


5.

Choose
Back (F3)

to return to the
SAP Eas
y Access

screen (SAP GUI)
or c
hoose
Exit
(Shift+F3)
and confirm the
Business client

message with
Yes

to return to
SAP Home
(SAP
NetWeaver Business Client).

Result

The material is posted to the unrestricted stock.

The usage decision code is written to batch

classification automatically.

You can see
this

in the
transaction
MSC3N

(display batch, enter material, plant, and batch number).


If some of the inspection results have not been entered, valuated, or closed, the
system informs you that inspection charac
teristics are still open
.
If so
,
you

must

go

back to the results recording function and carry out these actions, or force inspection
completion (by confirming the appropriate message).

4.10

TuSAPin

concentrate


Post Process
Control

for
PH
-
2800

4.10.1

Results Recordin
g

Prerequisites

The material
PH
-
2800 (TuSAPin concentrate
) is subject to QM.

In the material master,
inspection
type
YP

04 is active.

A corresponding field in the material master on the inspection
types view in QM must
prove

the
Early inspection lot creatio
n
. An inspection plan allocated to the
material exists.

The master inspection characteristic YPQN08
Bacteriology

has the control indicator
Long
-
term
characteristic
, and is included in the inspection plan for the concentrate. The process order for
material
PH
-
2800 has been released.


Although
this

is a post
-
process check, it is possible to enter results before the
quantity has been
delivered.

Procedure

You record the results of the created inspection lot via the results recording work list.

1.

Access the trans
action choosing one of the following navigation options:

Option 1: SAP Graphical User Interface (SAP GUI)

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SAP ECC Menu

Logistics


Quality Management


Quality Inspection


Worklist


Results Recording

Transaction
code

QE51N

Option 2: SAP NetWeaver Busi
ness Client (SAP NWBC) via business role

Business role

Quality Specialist

(SAP_NBPR_QUALMGR_S)

Business role
menu

Quality Management


Quality Inspection


Inspection Results


Results Recording Worklist

2.

On the
Results Recording

screen, enter the follow
ing data

and

choose

Execute
:

Field name

Description

User action and values

Comment

Plant


1000


Material


PH
-
2800


Batch


Batch number, if known


3.

Alternatively
, you can also record results for the operation directly:

Option 2

SAP ECC Menu

Logistics


Q
uality management


Quality inspection


Inspection
result


For operation


Record

Transaction
code

QE01

4.

Enter

the following data
:

Field name

Description

User action and values

Comment

Inspection Lot

Inspection lot number

Appropriate inspection lot
num
ber (postprocess lots
beginning with 400000...)


Material

Material number

PH
-
2800


Plant

Plant number

1000


Characteristic
filter

Determines which
characteristics are
displayed

1


Process

Operation of the QM
characteristic

0010

(for visual inspection)

0020

(for lab analysis)


5.

Choose

Enter
.

6.

On
the
Results Recording: Characteristic Overview

screen
,
m
ake the following entries:

Field name

Description

User action and values

Comment

Color


01 typical


Consistency


02
viscous

YP11

(
consistency 02 viscous
)

7.

C
hoose

Enter
.

8.

Once you have e
nter
ed the results
, select
the

inspection characteristics and
choose

Close
.

9.

Save your entries.

All results for the operation
00
1
0

are

saved.

10.

On
the
Results Recording: Characteristic Overview

screen
,
c
hoose Operation 00
2
0. M
ake

the following entries:

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You can initially leave the characteristic bacteriology
non
-
valuated
, and process it
after the usage decision with

which you release the product
.

Field name

Description

User action and values

Comment

Potency cough free syrup


0.0
26


11.

C
hoose

Enter
.

12.

Once you have e
nter
ed the results
, select
the
inspection characteristics
with results
and
choose
Close
.

13.

Save your entries.

R
esults for the operation
00
2
0

Potency cough free syrup

are

saved.

14.

Choose

Back (F3)

to return to the
SAP Easy Acce
ss

screen (SAP GUI)
or c
hoose
Exit
(Shift+F3)
and confirm the
Business client

message with
Yes

to return to
SAP Home
(SAP
NetWeaver Business Client).

Result

The Post Production Inspection is recorded.

4.10.2

Recording the Usage Decision

When results recording is
complete, the usage decision for the material can be made.

Normally
,
this

corresponds to releasing the concentrate for filling.

When the usage decision
acceptance

is saved, the material is automatically posted to
unrestricted stock in
ECC
. In all other cas
es (with transfer postings, rejections, or similar), items
must

be

posted

manually from within the usage decision.

Prerequisites

The inspection
result

for the inspection lot

is
recorded, valuated, closed, and saved.

Procedure

You can branch directly from r
esults recording (see previous point:

transaction
QE51N
) to the
usage decision after you have saved the results by double clicking the top line of the inspection
lot (on the left
-
hand side of the screen).

1.

Access the transaction choosing one of the followin
g navigation options:

Option 1: SAP Graphical User Interface (SAP GUI)

SAP ECC Menu

Logistics


Quality Management


Quality Inspection


Inspection
Lot


Usage Decision


Record

Transaction
code

QA11

Option 2:
SAP

NetWeaver Business Client (SAP NWBC) via business role

Business role

Quality Specialist

(SAP_NBPR_QUALMGR_S)

Business role
menu

Qua
lity Management


Quality Inspection


Inspection Lot


Record Usage Decision

2.

On

the

Record usage decision

screen, enter the required data:

Field name

Description

User action and values

Comment

Inspection
Lot

Number of inspection
lot

Enter inspection lot

number of search
with F4


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3.

On

the next screen, the

usage decision code is entered:

Field name

Description

User action and values

Note

UD Code

UD Code description

A

Enter A for
acceptance

Batch Status

Batch Status

<Set to unrestricted stock

The dialog bo
x displays
automatically when the
usage decision is saved>

Change from
restricted to
unrestricted

To
unrestricted
use

Quantity that
is to be
posted to unrestricted
-
use st
ock

<Insp. Lot Qty>

In the
Inspection
lot

stock

tab

4.

Save

your entries.

5.

Choose
Back (
F3)

to return to the
SAP Easy Access

screen (SAP GUI)
or c
hoose
Exit
(Shift+F3)
and confirm the
Business client

message with
Yes

to return to
SAP Home
(SAP
NetWeaver Business Client).

Result

The material is posted to the unrestricted stock.


The usage deci
sion code is written to batch classification automatically.

You can see
this

in the
transaction
MSC3N

(display batch, enter material, plant, and batch number).


If some of the inspection results have not been entered, valuated, or closed, the
system infor
ms you that inspection characteristics are still open
.
If so
,
you

must

go

back to the results recording function and carry out these actions, or force inspection
completion (by confirming the appropriate message).

This

does not apply to long
-
term character
istics su
ch as bacteriology (
MIC
-
PN08
)

4.10.3

Example Long
-
Term Inspection

The results for the inspection lot for bacteriology can be entered after a usage decision has been
made, which is not
normally

possible.

However, it is usual for the results of bacteriolog
ical
examinations to appear only after the product has been reused.

Prerequisites

The master inspection characteristic
MIC
-
PN08

Bacteriology

has the control indicator
Long
-
term
characteristic
, and is included in the inspection plan for the concentrate.

Pro
cedure

1.

Access the transaction choosing one of the following navigation options:

Option 1: SAP Graphical User Interface (SAP GUI)

SAP ECC Menu

Logistics


Quality Management


Quality Inspection


Inspection
Result


For Operation


Record

Transaction
code

QE01

Option 2: SAP NetWeaver Business Client (SAP NWBC) via Business Role

Business role

Quality Specialist

(SAP_NBPR_QUALMGR_S)

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Business role
menu

Qu
ality Management


Quality Inspection


Inspection Results


Record Characteristic Results

2.

On

the

next

screen, enter the following data:

Field name

Description

User action
and values

Comment

Inspection Lot

Inspection lot number

<inspection lot
number>

Ap
propriate inspection lot
number (postprocess lots
beginning with 400000)

Plant

Plant number

1000


Characteristic
filter

Determines which
characteristics are
displayed

1


Process

Operation of the QM
characteristic

0020

(
Analytical
)


3.

The sy
stem display
s
the
message
Do you want to carry out a long
-
term insp.?

To confirm,
choose
Yes
.

4.

Choose

the
Bacteriology
characteristic.

5.

E
nter your results

with a value
<= 50000
.

V
aluate and save
the results
.

6.

Choose
Back (F3)

to return to the
SAP Easy Access

screen (SAP G
UI) or c
hoose
Exit
(Shift+F3)
and confirm the
Business client

message with
Yes

to return to
SAP Home
(SAP
NetWeaver Business Client).

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5

Follow
-
Up Processes

You have finished all activities that are part of the business process described in this document.

To

accomplish subsequent activities of this business process, carry out the process steps
described in one or more of the following scenarios, using the master data from this document.

5.1

Period
End
closing


Period End Closing
"
General
"

Plant
(181)

Use

In this

activity, you perform the period end financial accounting activities for the plant.

These

are executed collectively as a part of

month
-
end closing.
For more information about

the
month
-
end closing procedure, see the

Business Process Documentation for
Peri
od End Closing
"
General
"

Plant

(181)
.


Month
-
end closing can only be executed once a month.

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6

Appendix

6.1

Reversal of Process Steps

In the following section, you can find the most common rev
ersal steps, which you can take to
reverse some of the activities described in this document.


Create Independent Requirements

Transaction code
(SAP

GUI)

MD61

Reversal:

Change Independent Requirements

Transaction code
(SAP

GUI)

MD62

Business role

Produ
ction Planner

(
SAP_NBPR_PRODPLANNER_S
)

Business role
menu

Production



Production Planning



Demand
Management



Change Planned Indep. Requirements

Comment

Delete line items in planning table. MRP must be rerun to correct
dependent requirements


Convert Planned Order to Process Order

Transaction
code
(SAP

GUI)

COR8

Rev
ersal:

Change Process Order


R敳瑲ic琠tr潣敳sing

Transaction
code
(SAP

GUI)

COR2

Business role

Production Planner

(
SAP_NBPR_PRODPLANNER_S
)

Business role
menu

Production



Shopfloor Control


Process Order


Process Order
Work List

Comment

It is not

possible to delete process orders directly (deletion may only
occur via archiving). Instead, further processing is restricted, so that
goods movements and cost postings
with reference to

the restricted
orders is not longer allowed


Select
Technical compl
etion

if costs have already been posted with
order reference, to allow further order settlement. Selection of
Lock

blocks logistics movements and order settlement. Final order closure is
only possible if the order balance is zero.


Material Staging for Or
der

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Transaction code
(SAP

GUI)

MF60

Reversal:

Cancel material document

Transaction code
(SAP

GUI)

MBST

Business role

Warehouse Clerk

(
SAP_NBPR_WAREHOUSECLERK_S
)

Business role
menu

Warehouse Management



Consumption and Transfers



Cancel
Material Document

Comment

The material posting of the material document is reversed. The
original document remains in the
system’s

摡瑡t慳e


Process Goods Issue of batch
-
managed components

Transaction code
(SAP

GUI)

COIK, MIGO

Reversal:

Cancel material document

Transaction code
(SAP

GUI)

MBST

Business role

Warehouse Clerk

(
SAP_NBPR_WAREHOUSECLERK_S
)

Business role
menu

Warehouse Management



Consumption and Transfers



Cancel
Material Document

Comment

The materi
al posting of the material document is reversed. The
original document remains in the
system’s

摡瑡t慳e


Confirmation of Production after Goods Receipt Posting

Transaction code
(SAP

GUI)

COR6N

Reversal:

Cancel process order confirmation

Transaction cod
e
(SAP

GUI)

CORS

Business role

Shop Floor Specialist

(
SAP_NBPR_SHOPFLOOR_S
)

Business role menu

Shop Floor


Process


Order Processing


Process Order
Confirmation Worklists

Comment

If backflushing was used for components issue, the relevant
material
movement is canceled as well.


6.2

Manufacturing via PI sheet or
XS
teps

6.2.1

Creating Bulk Process Order

for PH
-
2700

Use

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This activity
create
s

a process order (
directly without MRP run
) and release
s

it.

Procedure

1.

Access the transaction choosing one of the followi
ng navigation options:

Option 1: SAP Graphical User Interface (SAP GUI)

SAP ECC menu

Logistics


Production
-

Process


Process Order


Process Order


Create


With Material

Transaction
code

COR1

2.

On the
Create Process Order: Initial Screen
,

make the following entries:

Field name

Description

User action and values

Comment

Material Numbe
r


PH
-
2700


Production
P
lant


1000


Process
O
rder
T
ype


YP01


3.

Choose
Enter
.

4.

On the
Create Process Order: Header
-

General Data
screen
,

enter the necessary data:

Field name

Description

User action and values

Comment

Total
qty

(valid for PH
-
2700)

Production quantity

100 L


Scheduling Type

Current Date



5.

Choose
Enter.



By default version 0001 (PI
-
sheet relevant) is selected
.

XSt
eps (Execution Steps)
can be used as an alternative to create process instructi
ons that are later grouped
together and sent as control recipe to process order execution/process
management.

If you would like to use
XSteps

make following changes to process order:



I
n
master data
tab

select

read master
dada

button

and

change
production v
ersion to XS01

and hit enter for any messages.

6.

On the
A
ssignment

tab
,

change Prod
,Sched.Profile

to YP01
.

7.

Confirm the following messages with
Enter
.


Master recipe XXXXXX does not require approval

Error or warning occurred during master data transfer


I
n the pharmaceutical industry, master recipes and process orders that are subject
to approval are used.
This

is a prerequisite for the electronic batch record EBR
(Building Block P
XX
).

The master recipes that are used to manufacture the materials
above

ar
e
not

subject
to approval, but because the approval is required by the process order type YP01,
the approval is required. For this reason, the system expects an individual approval
for the order release and the acceptance of the information message.

8.

From t
he menu, choose
Process order


Functions


Approval


Individual approval
.


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To r
elease the order
, choose
Release

(Ctrl + F6). Batch determination (for the remaining
materials) and creation of control recipe

or

XSTEP bas
ed Work Instruction is
generated
aut
omatically
.
If the
system displays the
message

Capacity

Availability

Order

%
00000000001
Work centers with overload
, select
Finite scheduling

and choose
Adopt
.

9.

Save your entries.

10.

Choose

Back (F3)

to
return to
the
SAP Easy Access

screen (SAP GUI)

Option 2:
SAP NetWeaver Business Client (SAP NWBC) via Business Role

Business role

Production Planner

(
SAP_NBPR_PRODPLANNER_S
)

Business role
menu

Production


Shopfloor Control


Process Order


Process Order
Work List

15.

Select the active query
Process Order Workli
st

(Query name as defined in
chapter

2.3.1
)

16.

On
the

Process Order

Worklist
screen
,
choose
Create Process Order
.


O
n
the
Process Order

Worklist
screen
, do not choose any item.

The required
material cannot be created

if

you do so
.

17.

On the
Create Process Order: Initial Screen
,

make the following entries:

Field name

Description

User action and values

Comment

Material Number


PH
-
2700


Production
P
lant


1000


Process
O
rder
T
ype


YP0
1


18.

Choose
Enter
.

19.

On the
Create Process Order: Header


General Data

screen
,

make the following entries:

Field name

Description

User action and values

Comment

Quantities

-

Total
Q
ty


for example, 100
LB


Scheduling

-

Type


Current date


20.

Choose
Enter.


By
default version 0001 (PI
-
sheet relevant)
is

selected


XSt
eps (Execution Steps) can be used as an alternative to create process instructions that
are later grouped together and sent as control recipe to process order execution/process
management.

If you wou
ld like to use
XSteps

make following changes to process order:



In
master data

tab

select

read master
dada

button

and change production
version to XS01 and hit enter for any messages.

21.

In
assignment tab

change Prod
,Sched.Profile

to
YP01.

22.

Confirm the followi
ng messages with
Enter
.


Master recipe XXXXXX does not require approval

Error or warning occurred during master data transfer

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In the pharmaceutical industry, master recipes and process orders that are subject
to approval are used.
This

is a prerequisit
e for the electronic batch record EBR
(Building Block P
XX
).

The master recipes that are used to manufacture the materials
above

are
not

subject
to approval, but because the approval is required by the process order type YP01,
the approval is required. For

this reason, the system expects an individual approval
for the order release and the acceptance of the information message.

23.

From the menu, choose
(NWBC: More
--
> ...)
Process order


Functions


Approval


Individual approval
.

24.

Choose
Release
.

25.

If the
system

displays the
message

Capacity

Availability

Order

%
00000000001 Work
centers with overload
, select
Finite scheduling

and choose
Adopt
.

26.

Save your entries.

27.

C
hoose

Exit (Shift+F3)

and confirm the
Business client

message with
Yes

to return to
SAP
Home
.

Resul
t

The process order was created and released, availability check and quality inspection
are

performed
.


Follow
step 4.3 from above for all WM related steps for PH
-
2700


6.2.2

Sending Control Recipes

or control
instuctions

for
PH
-
2700

Use

A control recipe contain
s all the information on the execution of a process order required by a
particular control instance. Control recipes
are

created

from the process instructions in the
process order. They are created and transferred to process control after the process order

or
appropriate phases of the process order
are

released

for production. Control recipes can be
created for distributed control systems or manual processing on the screen


Although control recipes are
normally

sent automatically in SAP Best Practices for
Pharmaceutical
s
, they
must

be

sent

manually.

Instead of Control recipes, control Instructions
are

sent

if

XSTEPS are used to
generate the Work Instruction.

Prerequisites

A process order
must

be

created

and released.

Procedure

1.

Access the transaction choosin
g one of the following navigation options:

Option 1: SAP Graphical User Interface (SAP GUI)

SAP ECC menu


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Transaction code

CO5
3
XT

Option 2: SAP NetWeaver Business Client (SAP NWBC) via Business Role

Business role

ShopFloor Specialist (Pharmaceuticals)

(
SAP_NBPR_SHOPFLOOR_PH_S)

Business role
menu

Shop Floor


Process


X Steps Processing


Monitor Control
Instructions/Recipes


You can use transaction
CO
53
XT

for
XSteps
.

2.

On the
Control Recipe Monitor: Initial
S
creen
, enter the necessary data.

Field name

Description

User action and values

Comment

Plant


<your plant> for example,
1000


Process
O
rder


<your process order>


OR for
XSteps

3.

On the
Monitor for Control Instructions (Recipes: Initial
S
creen
, enter t
he necessary data.

Field name

Description

User action and values

Comment

Plant


<your plant> for example,
1000


Process
O
rder


<your process order>


4.

Choose
Display
.

5.

On the
Control Recipe Monitor: Overview


or

Monitor Control Instructions/ Recipes: Overview
screen
, select the corresponding control recipes for your process order and choose
Send
.
After processing choose
Refresh
.

Result

Control recipes
are

sent

manually to the process level.


6.2.3

Processing PI sheet
s

f
or Material
PH
-
2700

1.

Access the transaction using:

Option 1: SAP Graphical User Interface (SAP GUI)

SAP ECC Menu


Transaction code

CO60
XT

Option 2: SAP NetWeaver Business Client (SAP NWBC) via Business Role

Business role

ShopFloor Specialist (Pharmace
uticals)

(SAP_NBPR_SHOPFLOOR_PH_S)

Business role
menu

Shop Floor


Process


X Steps Processing


Find Work
Instructions


You can use transaction
CO60XT

for
XSteps
.

2.

On the
Find PI sheet

screen
,

enter the necessary data.

Field
Description

User actio
n
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name

and values

Plant


1000


Process
order


Process Order
number

Enter the process order
number for Material
PH
-
2700

noted in the Previous step

OR for
XSteps


3.

On the
Find
Work Instruction

screen
,

enter the necessary data.

Field name

Descri
ption

User action
and values

Comment

Plant


1000


Manufacturing
Order


Process
Order number

Enter the process order
number for
Material PH
-
2700

noted in the
Previous step

4.

Choose
Execute (F8)
.

5.

On the
Find PI Sheet


or
Worklist for Work Instructio
n

screen, select the PI sheet
s for your
process
order and choose
Maintain PI sheet (F5
) or change work instructions(F5
)
.

6.

Evaluate all possibilities of used PI sheet in the given order (Use links, confirm process
steps, call SOP’s
etc.
)

by completing each s
tep and finally complete the PI sheets


SAP Best Practices for Pharmaceuticals, the digital signature is carried out using the
ECC

user ID and the corresponding password. Enter the complete name in the user
master record.

7.

Choose
Complete

after confirmin
g the
End of PI sheet

and go back
in

order

to

process the
additional PI sheets.

(Remember to check the status of the PI sheet)


6.2.4

Sending Process Messages
for PH
-
2700

1.

Access

the transaction choosing one of the following navigation options:

Option 1: SAP Grap
hical User Interface (SAP GUI)

SAP ECC menu


Transaction code

CO54
XT

Option 2: SAP NetWeaver Business Client (SAP NWBC) via Business Role

Business role

ShopFloor Specialist (Pharmaceuticals)

(SAP_NBPR_SHOPFLOOR_PH_S)

Business role
menu

Shop Floor


Pro
cess


X Steps Processing


Monitor for Process
Messages


You can use transaction
CO
54
XT

for
XSteps
.

2.

On
the

Process Message Monitor: Initial
S
creen
, enter the necessary data
:

Field name

Description

User action and values

Comment

Plant


<your plan > for
example,
1000


Process
O
rder


<your process order>


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OR for
XSteps

3.

On the
Monitor for Process Messages: Selection Criteria

screen
,

enter the necessary data.

Field name

Description

User action and values

Comm
ent

Plant


1000


Order


<your process order>


4.

Choose

Message
L
ist
.

5.

Select

the process messages you created previously and choose
Send
.

Result

The PI sheet is processed and completed.


Follow
step 4.9

from above
for Quality management in post process con
trol.

6.3

SAP ERP Reports

Use

The
following table

lists the reports that you can use to obtain additional information on this
business process.

Reports

Report
title

Transaction
code

NWBC
Business
Role

Business Role Menu

Comment

Process
Order
Information
Sys
tem

COOISPI

Shop
Floor
Specialist

Shop Floor




Process

Process Order
Confirmation Worklists

A list of all process
orders.

MRP List

MD05

Production
Planner

Production



Evaluations




Reports



MRP List Individual
Display

The
stock/requirements
situation

at the
time of the last
planning run.

Stock
Overview

MMBE

Production
Planner

Warehouse
Management



Inventory
Control



Environment



Stock
Overview


A list of stock is
displayed.