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How to classify operations of task list (check list) in maintenance order sap pm

Former Member
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Dear Friends,



IN Preventive management check list for one Particular machinery, my client need in that task list of operations list we need to differentiate as mechanical and electrical.

and recommended action result should automatically capture at the time of confirmation of each operation in maintenance order the results like OK/not OK and max temperature like that.


I'm new to SAP PM so plz give elaborate solution that i can understand



thank you in advance,

chaitanya

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jogeswararao_kavala
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chatainaya

When you are new to PM, you might not be able to fully understand what will be suggested here by members. However, assuming that you'd explore these without asking for basic concepts of PM objects, I would suggest the following. You would definitely need an ABAPer to work with, becuase all your requirements can not be addressed in standard.


I see these queries in your post

  • How to classify Tasklist as Electrical and Mechanical?
    • The answer is very simple: By your Work centers. Means your work-centers in their coding should indicate either they are Electrical brigade or Mechanical brigade. For ex: My method of Work center labelling is like this AB1E0001 for Electrical work center no.1 of AB1 planner group (or AB1 Plant section as per your setup). Similarly AB1M0001, this is the Mechanical workcenter. For second work center of same planner group they will be AB1E0002 and AB1M0002. So when you make tasklist, the Header work center will tell you whether this belongs to Electrical Work center or Mechanical work center.
    • Even you can classify Tasklists with its Labels opting for External Number range.
    • If you are talking about classifying the operations within a single Tasklist then, the Operation workcenter itself will indicate whether it is Mechanical operation or Electrical operation when labelled similar to the above convention.
  • Then you want to record during the confirmation, the valuation parameters like OK/Not OK or Numeric parameters like Temperature, Vibration etc.
    • For this purpose you need to have Measuring points on the Equipment on which you are doing the inspection (on which the Order has been created). These are created through IK01. For example if you will create  a Measuring point on this equipment with Temperature as characteristic. And you will give the Upper range and Lower range in the same (IK01). In the same Measuring point you can have provision for recording OK/Not OK values, by creating a Codegroup say COMMENT of catalog 'D' with OK and NOK as codes. Means you will create a Measuring point as said above with Valuation Code group as COMMENT. This enables you to record OK/NOK also during MEasuring document creation while operation confirmation. I think OK/NOK is redundant when you have given the system the upper limit and Lower limit.
    • Now while confirming an operation, you will click on Measuring Documents at the top, which will give a screen to record your Temperature and OK or NotOK. You will do this. But you have a requirement of some action when the Temperature goes out of range or when you record NotOK. Here comes real Technical job.
    • Fort this SAP has provided a user-exit IMRC0001, you need to write your code, to create Notification of your type choice, with your custom details, in the situation said above. After this whenever you you record temperature while confirming a Notification will be triggered whenever abnormal reading is there.
    • Alongwith Notification, your ABAPer can arrange for triggering a mail also to predefined mailIds giving the Notification number and details of abnormality.
  • Finally I would like to say that this is not an easy job for beginners and this is not difficult job when experienced ABAPer and Functional person work together.
  • I am skeptical about further help from forum beyond this point. May wait and see what's in store with other members.

Good luck

KJogeswaraRao

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Dear sir,

  Thank you so much for your valuable answer, it clears my confusion regarding the requirement, i will check it and get back to you.

with regards,

chaitanya.

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Dear sir,

I created a Codegroup say COMMENT of catalog 'D' with OK and NOK as codes.AND assign these codegroup to catalog profile and assign this catalog profile to equipment.


But while entering this codegroup in Measuring point i got error as


"No entries were found in catalog"

Message no. QS299

I searched to resolve this issue but i did not get solution.


Please help me


thank you,

chaitanya.

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Answers (1)

jogeswararao_kavala
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I created a Codegroup say COMMENT of catalog 'D' with OK and NOK as codes.

Above is OK


AND assign these codegroup to catalog profile and assign this catalog profile to equipment.

This is not required here.



To avoid the message you are getting, check thes SPRO settings where Catalog 'D' needs to be assigned to the Category of Measuring point.


chaitanya

As I suspected you have gone into basics of PM customization. The difficult technical part is ahead, you can not expect any further inputs from here for that. You and your ABAPer need to evolve a solution for that.