Material stockout list (form) [AX 2012]

Updated: October 17, 2012

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

Click Production control > Inquiries > Material stockout list.

Use this form to check the status of materials that are scheduled for use in production, but that have not yet been delivered.

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

Tab

Description

Overview tab

View items that are scheduled for use in production but have not been delivered.

General tab

Check production information, subcontractor vendor accounts and bills of materials (BOMs), and route information for the selected item.

Setup tab

View criteria that are used to process the selected item. These include methods for calculating consumption, such as quantity and scrap, rounding up the calculations, and measuring items.

Posting

View BOM and inventory quantities included in the production, information about how the item is connected to other modules, and the planned dates for posting material consumption and back order status.

Financial dimensions

View dimensions, such as the department, cost center, and purpose for the selected item.

Button

Description

Details

View additional information about production and bill of material (BOM) lines for the selected item.

Inventory

View information about the selected item. The following options are available:

  • Transactions – View all of the item's receipt or issue transactions that are generated when sales, purchase, production, project, and inventory journal lines are updated. These transactions represent both historical and forecasted changes.

  • Lot – Query receipt and issue transactions for the same lot number. Transactions that have the same lot number are attached to the same sales order, purchase order, production order, or project.

  • On-hand – View inventory classified by inventory dimensions. On-hand inventory is generated and updated automatically when transactions are made, whether they are forecasted, physical, or financial transactions.

  • Reservation – Check on-hand inventory.

Field

Description

Item number

The unique identifier of the item that is consumed in the production.

The same item number can be included in the production's BOM more than once.

Production

The production number of the production to which the bill of material line belongs.

Raw material date

The scheduled date for material consumption.

Estimated

The estimated quantity or volume of the item that is used in the production. The Consumption is field on the Setup tab displays whether the consumption is variable or constant.

The calculation is as follows:

  • Variable – Estimated quantity or volume = quantity in the production order * quantity in the BOM

  • Constant – Estimated quantity or volume = quantity in the BOM

When calculating consumption, you also include variable or constant scrap. For more information, see the Variable scrap and Constant scrap fields.

Started

The quantity of items released to production in the BOM unit. For more information, see BOM unit. The BOM unit can be recalculated to the inventory unit. For more information, see Unit conversions (form).

Released quantity

The consumption that is released to the production in the BOM unit, but that has not yet been included in the cost accounting.

Remaining quantity

The consumption that must be released to production in the BOM unit with regard to the estimated quantity in the Estimated field. This occurs in the start or reporting as finished phases by using a release journal. For more information, see BOM unit.

Position

The position of the BOM line. It can contain an alphanumeric string of up to 10 characters. Use the position as a reference to a position number on a drawing of the item.

Vendor account

For lines with a vendor account, define a vendor number that purchase orders should be created for. If you leave this field blank, the vendor is obtained through the operations resource on the attached operation. For more information, see Purchase order (form).

Line type

BOM lines can be composed of several types. Each type has its own function. The following options are available:

  • Item – Used on BOM lines where there are raw materials that are to be picked in inventory, or where the item is a service.

  • Phantom – Used when lower-level BOM items are exploded in this production BOM. When you estimate the production order, and the BOM items are exploded, the component items are listed as BOM lines in the production order, and the corresponding routes are added to the production route.

  • Production – Used when you want to create a subproduction for any BOM items that are contained on the BOM line. The subproduction is created when you estimate the production order. The system reserves the item quantities that are required for the production.

  • Vendor – Used when you involve subcontractor work in the production sequence, and you want the system to create a purchase order. If the item number on the BOM line that receives the type Vendor is of type BOM, a subproduction is created when the production is estimated. The subproduction has the type Vendor, and the items that are on the BOM are created as BOM lines. On BOM lines with the type Vendor, you must either specify a Oper. No. value that refers to an operation in the production route of the type Vendor, or specify a vendor directly on the BOM line.

Reservation

Specify whether the item automatically should be reserved from on-hand inventory. The reservation in the on-hand inventories is made upon the first cost estimate of the production.

The following options are available:

Calculation

A selected check box indicates that the BOM line affects estimation. When the check box is selected, the line is included in estimation. Estimation calculates the expected cost price and sales price. For more information, see the Estimation form.

Sub-BOM

The BOM number for a related sub-BOM. If the field is blank, only the active BOMs are used.

Subroute

The route number for a related subroute. If the field is blank, only the active routes are used.

Formula

The formula that is used to calculate consumption.

Quantity

The quantity units of the item required to produce one finished item. If there is a gain of the current item, specify a negative quantity.

In the production table (P), the dimensions for the finished item are entered as follows:

  • Height (P) 1.00

  • Width (P) 0.50

In the production's BOM (B), measurements are specified as follows:

Formula = Height * Width * Constant

  • Height (B) 1.00

  • Width (B) 0

  • Constant (B) 2.00

  • If Width in the BOM is not selected, the dimension Width is not proportional to the width specified in the production. If you selected Height * Width * Constant as your formula, specifying 0.00 in the BOM sets the expression Width * Width to 1. The calculation in this example will then be:

    Quantity= Height (P) * Width (P) * Height (B) * Width (B) * Constant (B) = 1.00 * 0.50 * 1.00 * (not filled in = 1.00) * 2.00 = 2.00

Per series

Specify the number of units that the quantity applies to.

Unit

Specifies the unit in which consumption is expressed. The unit identifier is retrieved from the BOM unit field in the Released product details form.

Consumption is

Specifies whether the estimate concerns a variable or constant amount or quantity. Variable consumption means that the quantity of units used in the finished product is proportional to the quantity scheduled for the production order. The consumption is calculated as follows:

Quantity in the production order * Quantity in the bill of material.

Constant consumption is used to define a fixed amount or quantity for the production items, such as start-up costs. Consumption is calculated as follows:

Consumption = Quantity in the BOM.

Flushing principle

Select the method of registering item consumption against a production order.

The following options are available:

  • Start – Enable automatic consumption when you update a production order to the start phase. This is the default setting for a new item and an existing item that is updated.

  • Finish – Enable automatic consumption when you update a production order to the report as finished phase.

  • Manual – The program does not register consumption automatically. You must enter it manually on the picking list.

If you leave the field blank, the Flushing principle setting on the item is used.

NoteNote

To enable automatic consumption, you use this field together with the Automatic BOM consumption field when you update the production order.

Constant scrap

Specify a constant scrap value. Scrap is calculated in the unit specified on the BOM line. Scrap is used to calculate adjusted raw material consumption on BOM lines. For more information, see BOM versions and lines (form).

Variable scrap

Specify a variable scrap value. Variable scrap is indicated as a percentage, where 10 percent is written as 10.00. Scrap is used to calculate corrected raw material usage on the BOM lines. For more information, see BOM versions and lines (form).

Rounding-up

Use this field to round a cost estimated quantity to the Multiples value. Use rounding if the raw materials are always used in fixed quantities.

The following options are available:

  • No – Do not use rounding.

  • Quantity – Always use rounding.

  • Measurement – Use if raw material is available only with predefined dimensions. To take this into account when calculating the consumption, use rounding to measurement, and set Multiples to 5. Rounding is calculated by determining the sales quantity based on the measurement dimensions, and then the number of times the measurement dimension can be included in multiples. The sales quantity is then rounded down to 0 (zero) decimals. Now you can estimate the quantity by calculating how many multiples of the value in the Multiples field are required to produce a given quantity.

  • Consumption – When you use rounding up, the estimated quantity is calculated so that it can be divided equally by the value in the Multiples field. Consumption is used when the total consumption of a raw material can only occur by using a predefined quantity. The remainder is then regarded as scrap.

Multiples

The rounding multiple. You can use this field for rounding consumption, quantities, or measurements. This field can be changed until the production is reported as finished. For more information, see Rounding-up.

Height

The calculation factor for height that is used in the calculation of raw materials consumption, if this is proportional with the measurements defined in the production order. This field can be changed until the production order is reported as finished. After a change, you must cost-estimate the production order again to incorporate the changes.

Width

The calculation factor for width that is used to calculate raw materials consumption, if this is proportional with the measurements defined in the production order. This field can be changed until the production order is reported as finished.

Depth

The calculation factor for depth that is used in the calculation of raw materials consumption, if this is proportional with the measurements defined in the production order. This field can be changed until the production order is reported as finished. For more information, see Formula.

Density

The calculation factor for density that is used in the calculation of raw materials consumption, if this is proportional with the measurements defined in the production order. This field can be changed until the production order is reported as finished. For more information, see Formula.

Constant

The calculation factor for constant that is used in the calculation of raw materials consumption, if this is proportional with the measurements defined in the production order. This field can be changed until the production order is reported as finished. For more information, see Formula.

Estimated

The cost-estimated quantity or amount of the item to be included in the defined production. The value is displayed in the inventory unit. The consumption is calculated when estimation is executed. For variable consumption, the following formula is used in calculating the consumption: Quantity in the production order * Quantity in the bill of material = Consumption is. This determines whether the consumption is variable or constant. For more information, see Consumption is. When the production has the status Created, 0.00 is displayed in the Quantity field.

Remaining quantity

The consumption that is released to the production with regard to the estimated quantity. The value is displayed in the inventory unit.

Reference type

The type of relation that there is to objects in other modules. Together with the Reference number and Reference lot fields, this field contains the complete reference to the object that the production line refers to.

The following options are available:

  • Blank

  • Sales

  • Purchase

  • Production

  • Production line

The reference to, for example, a purchase line is structured so that the reference type is Purchase, and the reference number is the purchase number of the current purchase. The reference lot is the lot number of a specific purchase line under the current purchase. If the line in the production BOM generated a purchase, you can view the reference to that purchase directly from the generated reference.

If a field is blank, there are no attachments to objects in other modules. The value cannot be changed.

Reference number

A reference to sales, purchases, productions, or production lines. The field depends on the selection in the Reference type field.

Together with the Reference type and Reference lot fields, this field contains the complete reference to the object that the production line refers to.

The reference to, for example, a purchase line is structured so that the reference type is Purchase, and the reference number is the purchase number of the current purchase. The reference lot is the lot number of a specific purchase line in the current purchase. If the line in the production BOM generates a purchase, you can view the reference to that purchase directly from the reference generated.

If a field is blank, there are no attachments to objects in other modules. The value cannot be changed.

Reference lot

The lot number that is referred to.

Together with the Reference type and Reference number fields, this field contains the complete reference to the object that the production line refers to.

The reference to, for example, a purchase line is structured so that the reference type is Purchase, and the reference number is the purchase number of the current purchase. The reference lot is the lot number of a specific purchase line under the current purchase. If the line in the production BOM generated a purchase, you can view the reference to that purchase directly in the generated reference.

If a field is blank, there are no attachments to objects in other modules. The value cannot be changed.

Raw material date

The planned date for the consumption of the raw material.

Raw material time

The scheduled time for the consumption of the raw material.

Remain status

The steps that remain to be performed for a specific BOM line. The back order status is related to the production's back order status. For more information, see Production orders (form).

The following options are available:

  • Material consumption – Materials must still be delivered to production with regard to the cost-estimated consumption for a specific BOM line.

  • Ended – The production order must still be ended. All materials have been delivered for a specific BOM line.

Constant released

A selected check box indicates that constant consumption has been released.

Finished picking

A selected check box indicates that the picking list journal has been posted with the End field selected.

Department

Specify a department dimension.

CostCenter

Specify a cost center dimension.

ExpensePurpose

Specify a purpose dimension.


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