About working with routes in production [AX 2012]

Updated: September 26, 2012

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

Routes and route versions are required by the production functionality in Microsoft Dynamics AX. A route contains the set of operations that are required to produce a product or an item. This includes the sequence of operations, the site where the production occurs, the resource requirements that are involved, and the standard times that are required to set up and run the operations. The information that is required for scheduling the actual production is contained in the operations.

A route version connects an item to a route. You can assign multiple items to a route by using a route version. In addition, you can allow for variations in the production process by creating more than one route version for an item. For example, if the original route is intended for large orders and uses high-capacity machines, you can handle small production runs more economically by creating a route version that uses lower capacity machines.

Production routes are created specifically for production orders. When you create a production order, the system copies the original route and creates a production route that is used to produce the item on the order. You can change, add, or delete information about the production route without affecting the original route.

Before you can work with routes in Production control, you must set up some information in other modules in Microsoft Dynamics AX.

Module

Information

Organization administration

General ledger

Set up accounts on the Main accounts list page.

Inventory and warehouse management

Set up products on the Products list page.

After you set up prerequisites, you can set up the following required information in the Production control module:


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