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Variant Configuration – Formal Parameter not valid

Error Message: E28086 Formal parameter MATERIAL_XX not valid for: ZVC_XXX_YYY (Line 1)

Generally to read a value from the table we will define the C’stics from table and the C’stics from the class.

LHS = RHS

On LHS= we will be giving the Table Characteristics value

and on RHS = We will be giving the value from the Variant class.

In case if you are maintaining a DB link to the VC table, then more attention to be given to the C’stics when procedure is created.

Here you should ensure that we are giving the C’stic value from the Class and not the table. If we make any mistake then the Error E28086 bound to Happen.

SAP-Roles and Authorisation- Session 3

Design to Deployment – is discussed in this video. This is the Session 3, do watch the previous 2 session which help you to catch you up for the complete details.

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What is GxP?

In this Post we will look in to the GxP. This is common term as part of the compliance if we are working in any Life sciences industry.

What is GxP?

GxP is a group of compliance that the particular industry should adopt as part of the industrial / audit compliance.

G- Stands for Good
x- is  Kind of Variable.
P-stands for Practice

we will see in detail few of the X- which the life science industry adapts.

 

Good Manufacturing Practice:

This process details the manufacturing process and also the process that are followed to eliminate the Risk.The industry need to adopt/ publish the quality standards that it will be following.It also describes the minimum deviation.  for more info

Good Laboratory Practice.

This process details and defines the quality system for the laboratory. This applies to non clinical studies.One of the core objectives is to ensure and promote the safety and reliablility of chemical in non-clinical and laboratory testing. ..read more

Good Documentation Practice:

This process defines the standards on which the documents are created,stored and retrieved in the complete life cycle of the process.It needs to have permanent traceable records.for more info

Good Clinical Practice.

This practice  defines on the process defined to conduct the clinical trial on the human bodies.High standards are required for clinical protocol. Read more

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SAP Implementation – Textile Mill- Part 3

Scenario-1:For Spinning Industries

From Cotton – Yarn = Spinning

*You can have Simple Bom,Routing,Production version etc.
*For this we can go with Strategy 10,20 – Make to stock and make to order scenario.
  • We need work with Discrete manufacturing principle where one order will be created at each stage.
  • Discrete orders will help them to trace the cost at the order level – which is very important for the Spinning industry

 

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