Set up report as finished (form) [AX 2012]

Updated: September 12, 2011

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 > Common > Production orders > All production orders. Select the production order, and then, on the Action Pane, click Report as finished. In the Report as finished form, click Default values.

Use this form to define the default values that you want to use every time that a production reaches the Reported as finished status.

To apply the new default values to the appropriate fields in forms that are used to change the status of production orders to Reported as finished, click Insert all.

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

Button

Description

Insert all

Apply the new default values from the fields in this form to the appropriate fields in forms that are used to change the status of production orders to Reported as finished.

User default

Set the values in this form as the default values.

Field

Description

Date reported as finished

Enter the date that you want to report the production as finished on. By default, the system date is used, but you can change the value. The value in this field is used as a posting date for route transactions and inventory transactions.

Show journal info

Select this check box to display the result of the journal update in the Infolog.

Report as finished

Select the journal that is used when workers register finished items by using the Report as finished production journal. You can select any existing journal. For more information, see Production journal names (form). The finished item that is put in inventory is posted via the journal.

Accept error

Select the check box if you want all warnings, such as warnings about missing feedback, to be ignored. If you clear the check box, an error log is displayed when you report a production as finished, and the production status is not updated.

The following information is verified:

  • The quantity that you report as finished is less than the starting quantity on the production order.

  • The operations in the production route are reported as finished.

  • All estimated consumption of raw materials is delivered.

  • The quantity that you report as finished for the production is equal to the quantity that was reported as finished for the last operation in the route.

NoteNote

The first time that you report the production as finished, the system displays warnings for any errors that occur. If you report the production as finished again because, for example, the errors are acceptable, the production status is updated to Reported as finished.

End job

Select the check box to indicate that reporting as finished is an end job, and that no more reporting as finished is expected for this production. The status of excess inventory transactions is updated to On order or Ordered, and the transactions are deleted from the production. The status of the production order is then changed to Reported as finished. After the status is changed, you cannot estimate the cost of, schedule, release, or start the production order. If you clear the check box, you can still perform these tasks for the production order.

Route card

Select the journal name that the route card journal uses.

Automatic route consumption

Select the check box to indicate that the system can create the calculated route consumption in a route card journal.

End-mark route

Select the check box to create a route card journal that contains the end marking of the operations in the route.

Picking list

Select the journal that is used to report the production as finished when material consumption is recorded via the picking list. You can select any existing journal. The quantity that is delivered depends on the value in the Automatic BOM consumption field. For more information, see Production journal names (form). The material consumption may have been registered earlier, when the production was reported as finished, or the consumption may have been registered manually by using a picking list journal.

Automatic BOM consumption

Specify how the consumption of items on the Bill of Materials (BOM) occurs via a BOM journal. The following options are available:

  • Flushing principle – Consumption occurs according to the setup that is selected for the item.

  • Always – Consumption is always picked when the production is reported as finished.

  • Never – Consumption is either picked at startup or registered manually via the picking list journal.

For more information, see Set up report as finished (form).

End-mark picking list

Select the check box to create a picking list journal that contains end marking, and to indicate that no more items are expected to be reported as finished for this production. The end job updates the status of excess inventory transactions to On order or Ordered, and deletes the transactions from the production. If you change the BOM, or if you change the resources in the route, the consumption of expected or picked items and the route consumption are not adjusted. Likewise, if you change the production quantity in the production after the production is reported as finished as an end job, the quantity that was already reported as finished is not changed. To report the adjusted quantity as finished, you must report the production as finished again.


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