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About master scheduling - site coverage, warehouse mandatory [AX 2012]

Updated: February 4, 2014

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

This master scheduling scenario involves the following conditions:

  • The site dimension is set to mandatory and must be entered on the demand transaction.

  • The warehouse dimension is set to mandatory and must be entered on the demand transaction.

  • The site dimension is set for coverage planning. Other dimensions may be set for coverage planning also. However, they are not affected by the multisite functionality.

  • The warehouse dimension is not set for coverage planning. Therefore, supply and demand are aggregated by site and, perhaps, other coverage-planned dimensions also.

The following graphic illustrates how the master scheduling proceeds. The parameters that are referred to in the graphic, and their locations, are as follows:

  • Item coverage is defined for the item. Click Product information management > Common > Released products. Click Grid View or press CTRL+SHIFT+G to view all items. Select the item, and then click Plan > Item coverage.

  • Refill relations are defined for the warehouse. Click Inventory management > Setup > Inventory breakdown > Warehouses. On the Master planning tab, see the Main warehouse field group.

  • The default order type is set to Production, Purchase order, or Kanban. Click Product information management > Common > Released products. Click Grid View or press CTRL+SHIFT+G to view all items. Select the item, and then click Plan > Default order settings. In the Default order settings form, see the Default order type.

Demand for site coverage warehouse mandatory


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