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Master inspection charectristics


Please let me know in what situation i should use the following settings in MIC

1. ncomplete copy model

2.Reference charectristic

3.Complete copy model


Sankar N

Former Member
Former Member replied

Hi Sankar,

1. ncomplete copy model

Normally it is used, when you need to attach the MIC to inspection plan or Master Recipe or Routing. By maintaining the such status of MIC, you can modify the MIC as you wish in the inspection plan.

i.e. if a MIC WIDTH is created as

Short Text "Width"

Lower limit 5, upper limit 15.

Now you need to change this MIC while you are attaching it to some inspection plan and the changes are

Short Text: "Width of Material"

Lower Limit 10, upper limit 25.

You can easily change it, it reduces the MIC master creation work.

2.Reference charectristic

While you wish to migrate the results of MIC to batch class,,,,,

A Batch Characteristic is created.

And by referring it, an MIC is getting created, where this status "Reference Characteristic" is set by default.

3.Complete copy model

Now, when you are attempting the features of SAP like material specification or Unplanned MIC, where the requirement is to not allow the change in MIC while attachment to the Task list. Which is fulfilled by Complete Copy Model

I hope it made you understanding clear.



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