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Pegging tree overview (form) [AX 2012]

Updated: November 29, 2011

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

Click Sales and marketing > Common > Sales orders > All sales orders. Select a sales order line, and then click Edit. On the Sales order lines FastTab, click Product and supply, click Requirements, and then click View pegging tree.

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In the Kanban form, on the Setup tab, in the View group, click Pegging tree overview.

Use this form to view a pegging tree for the source requirement. Depending on the method that you use to open the form, the source requirement is either a sales order line or a kanban. The pegging tree provides an overview of the kanbans and the corresponding jobs that are pegged to the source requirement.

The left section of the form displays a hierarchical pegging tree. The top level of the tree displays the source requirement. Subsequent levels of the tree display the kanbans and lower-level requirements. When you select a requirement in the tree, the reference information that is displayed on the FastTabs is updated.

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

FastTab

Description

General

View reference information about the requirement that you selected in the pegging tree.

Kanban

View reference information about the kanban.

Kanban jobs

View reference information about the corresponding kanban jobs.

Button

Description

Kanban

Open the Kanban form, where you can view information about the kanban that you selected in the tree.

Kanban rule

Open the Kanban rules form, where you can view information about the kanban rule that is referenced by the kanban that you selected.

Plan entire pegging tree

Plan any kanbans that are pegged to the requirement that you selected, and that have the status Not planned.

Field

Description

Source document line type

The type of source document. The source document can be a sales order, a bill of material (BOM) for a production order, or a kanban.

Source document number

The identifier of the source document.

Event type

The type of requirement.

Sales order

The identifier of the sales order.

Sales order line

The identifier of the sales order line.

Kanban

The identifier of the kanban.

Transaction time

The date and time when the requirement was supplied.

Quantity

The quantity of product that is required by the source requirement.

Unit

The unit of measure for the quantity.

Status

The status of the handling unit that the kanban references.

Item number

The product that the event supplies.

Kanban

The identifier of the kanban.

Due date/time

The date and time when the kanban is due.

Product quantity

The quantity of product that the kanban supplies.

Handling unit status

The status of the handling unit that the kanban references.

Work cell

The identifier of the work cell.

Job status

The status of the job.

Type

The type of kanban job.

Name

The name of the activity that the job references.

Scheduled period date

If the job is planned, the date when the job is scheduled to start.

Good quantity

The quantity of product that is produced that complies with quality standards.

Error quantity

The quantity of product that is produced that does not comply with quality standards.


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