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Arrival overview (form) [AX 2012]

Updated: February 13, 2014

Applies To: Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 R3, Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 R2, Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 Feature Pack, Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012

This topic applies to features in the Inventory management module. It does not apply to features in the Warehouse management module.

Click Inventory management > Periodic > Arrival overview.

Use this form to list items that are expected in the inbound dock. As soon as the expected items have arrived, you can start the arrival process from this form.

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In this form, you can also list products that are not going to be stocked.

The following tables provide descriptions for the controls in this form.

Tab

Description

Overview

Consists of five main sections:

  • Display options for the information in the form. The options are defined and saved under a user-defined file name on the Setup tab.

  • Filter options for the information that is displayed in the form.

    The filter is applied to the Lines section and the Receipts section. The options would typically be useful to filter on expected arrivals on the current day for one or more warehouses. For the text fields such as Warehouses, more than one name can be entered, separated with a comma.

    For example, when you are filtering on lines for Warehouses = "MW," the Lines section can also display lines for other warehouses, but they will be identified as Out of range.

  • Overview of expected receipts, grouped by date, warehouse, and order number.

  • For the selected receipt, a detailed list of expected receipt lines.

  • Totals information for the lines that are selected in the Select for arrival option and for all lines that are in progress.

Setup

Setup option for the information that is to be displayed on the Overview tab.

Button

Description

Update

Refresh data that is displayed in the form after a change of one or more of the range options.

This is useful if the Update on range change option on the Setup tab is not selected.

Start arrival

Register that the selected receipts have arrived, and create an item-arrival journal as defined on the Setup tab.

The button is enabled when one or more receipts have Select for arrival selected and these receipts have one or more lines that have not yet been registered.

Select all

Select the Select for arrival for all receipts. This option is used if all receipts should be registered as having arrived.

Clear all

Clear the Select for arrival for all receipts.

Show all selected

Filter the list of receipts so that only those that have the Select for arrival option selected are displayed.

Journals

Show arrivals from receipts – Open the arrival journal, and show all the receipts.

Show arrivals from lines – Open the arrival journal, and show the selected line.

Product receipt ready journals – Open the journal that contains receipts that are ready to be updated with packing slip information.

NoteNote

If a specific warehouse is selected in the Range section, the filter is also used when you open Product receipt ready journals.

Modify...

Save the options that are used to filter the data that is displayed on the Overview tab:

Save as – Save the current settings under a new name.

Save – Save the current options under the name in the Setup name field.

Delete – Delete the options under the name in the Setup name field.

Copy setup from other user's settings – Copy the settings from another user. This could be useful if a computer in the inbound dock has been set up with the appropriate options.

Field

Description

Show lines

Select which lines to show for the receipts:

All – Show all lines, regardless of status.

In progress – Show lines for receipts in which the progress is Complete or Partly. This means that for each line, either the full quantity or part of the quantity has been registered in an arrival journal.

Not complete – Show lines for receipts in which the progress is None or Partly. This means that for each line, nothing or only part of the quantity has been registered in an arrival journal.

Setup name

Name of the setup options, as defined on the Setup tab.

Select for arrival

Select this option to indicate the receipts or receipt lines for which to start the arrival process by clicking the Start arrival button.

Status date

The expected or, if available, the confirmed delivery date for the purchase order.

Reference

The type of transaction that is the basis of the receipt or receipt line—for example, a purchase order or a production order.

Quantity

The quantity that still has to be registered in an arrival journal.

Receipt in progress

Indicates how far in the process the receipt is:

None – None of the lines in the receipt are registered in an arrival journal.

Partly – At least one of the lines in the receipt is registered in an arrival journal.

Complete – All the lines in the receipt are registered in an arrival journal.

Account number

The account number for the reference transaction, such as the vendor account number.

Name

The name of the journal in which to register arrivals.

Click Inventory management > Setup > Journals > Journal names, warehouse management.

Warehouse

The receipt warehouse that is used in the arrival journal. If no warehouse is specified, the receipt warehouse that is on the line is used.

Vendor reference

For purchase orders only. The vendor reference comes from the purchase order. It is frequently unique per order and is useful for filtering purposes.

Quantity

The quantity of the line that has not yet been registered in an arrival journal.

Quantity in progress

The quantity that has been registered in an arrival journal.

Quarantine control

On the receipt: indicates whether one or more lines in the shipment are subject to quarantine control.

On the individual lines: a small icon indicates whether the line is subject to quarantine control.

Out of range

The icon indicates that this line falls outside the range that is specified for lines under Range.

Lines that are out of range display in the list, because they belong to the receipt. However, they are not included when Select all is used.

In progress

The icon indicates that the line has been registered in an arrival journal.

Update on startup

Update the data in the form when it is opened.

Update on range change

Update the data when one of the values under Range is changed and focus changes from the updated field.

An alternative to selecting this option is to update manually by clicking the Update button.

Direct registration

View information about arrival lines that constitute a direct registration. These arrivals include products that do not have a product number and arrivals where the products are not stocked.

Computer name

The name of the computer. This information is used to copy and save settings under Maintenance.

Setup name

The name of the options that are used to filter the data that is displayed on the Overview tab and the update logic that is defined.


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