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Copying standard setting in QCCO

Dear Experts,

what is the normal practice for a QM project for copying a stanadard setting in QCCO(Maintain Settings at Plant Level


What are the setting system will copied by this way

Wether it is mandatory to do so before starting a project


Former Member replied

Hi Faisal,

It is mandatory.

The following transactions can be used copying basic settings:

QCCC All standard settings

With catalogs

With standard texts

Without number ranges

Without sampling systems

Without tolerance keys

Without forms

QCCP Standard settings for quality planning

QCCW Standard settings for quality inspections

QCCZ Standard settings for quality certificates

QCCM Standard settings for quality notifications With notification-related catalogs

QCCU Standard settings for the QM environment

QCCK Catalog entries; examples

QCCT (standard texts QM_*)

You must copy the standard texts used in the forms into the current client, since there is no automatic default to client 000 for these texts. There is, however, a default defined for the language in table T002C in the client.

QCCF (forms QM_*)

You do not need to copy forms into the current client, since the system automatically defaults to client 000, if the required form does not exist in the current client.

QCCS Sampling systems according to ISO 2859 and ISO 3951

QCCY Tolerance keys according to ISO 0286

QCCN (number ranges Q*)

The application programs can only be run, if the number ranges are available in the current client.

The number ranges in the standard system are set up in such a way that you can copy them for most applications, using transaction QCCN without having to change them. However, if you automatically copy number ranges from client 000 using transaction QCCN, this leads to inconsistencies, if number ranges already exist in the current client that overlap with those in the standard system. This is also why the copying of number ranges is not included in transaction QCCC. Therefore, you must first check whether non-standard number ranges have been set up in the current client and if this is the case, you must manually maintain the number ranges for:

Inspection characteristics and Inspection methods

Control charts

Inspection plans and reference operation sets

Inspection lots

Physical samples and physical-sample drawing

Condition records for certificate profile determination

Characteristic confirmation numbers

Quality notifications

You must pay particular attention both when grouping notification types and assigning these groups to the number ranges manually and when copying from the standard client. See text reference and SAP Note number 52390 in the notes database.

Technical note: to improve the response times, the standard system is set up so that it stores a certain number interval when numbers are allocated internally. The numbers contained in the buffer are lost when the application program is terminated. You can define the scope of the number range buffers using transaction SNRO.

Edited by: Shyamal Joshi on Jun 20, 2011 2:19 PM

Edited by: Shyamal Joshi on Jun 20, 2011 2:20 PM

For Further assistance you can click on the documentation for the QCC0



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