Scheduled items not delivered (form) [AX 2012]

Updated: February 24, 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 > Inquiries > Material stockout list. Click Details.

Use this form to view or work with details on items that are scheduled for use in production but have not yet been delivered.

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



BOM line

View or edit details of the current bill of materials (BOM) line. This includes the production order, item number and BOM position. You can also check the estimated and remaining BOM quantities and additional inventory information.


View or edit details of the production associated with the current BOM line. This includes the production order, item number and name. You can also check the requested delivery date, the production status and the estimated quantity cost.




Displays the production number for the production where the BOM line belongs.

Item number

Specify a unique identification of the item to be consumed in the production. The item number must already be located in the items table, and the Item type can be Item or Service.

You can select item numbers from the list of existing item numbers. You can also enter the item number manually. If you do this, the system verifies that the item number occurs in the items table. At the same time, you fill in the Item name field. The same item number can figure in the production's BOM several times. For more information, see Released product details (form).


This field defines the Position of the BOM line. This field 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.

Raw material date

Specify the planned date for material consumption.


The estimated quantity or volume of the item that you must use in the production. In the Consumption is box, specify whether the consumption is variable or constant.

Remaining quantity

Displays the consumption that must be released to production in the BOM unit with regard to the quantity in the Estimated field. Release occurs when production is started or reported as finished by using a release journal. For more information about bill of material units, see BOM unit.


Displays the quantity of items in the bill of material unit released to production. The bill of materials unit can be recalculated to the inventory unit.

Released quantity

Displays the consumption that is released to the production in the bill of materials unit, but has not yet been included in the cost accounting. For more information about bill of material units, see BOM unit.


Specifies the unit in which consumption is expressed. The unit ID is retrieved from the BOM unit field in the Items table.


Cost estimated quantity or amount of the item to be included in the production defined in the inventory unit. For more information about inventory units, see Released product details (form). The consumption is calculated when estimation is executed. For variable consumption, the following formula is used to calculate consumption:

Quantity of the production order x Quantity in the bill of material

When the production status is Created, 0.00 is displayed in the Quantity field.


The quantity that has been released to production in inventory units. The inventory unit can be converted to a BOM unit.

Remaining quantity

Displays the consumption that has to be released to the production in the inventory unit with regard to the estimated quantity. For more information, see Released product details (form).


Unique identification of the production order. When new production orders are created, the number is either allocated automatically or entered manually.

Item number

Displays a unique identification of the item that is to be produced. This field cannot be changed. The item to be produced is defined when production is set up. For more information, see Create production order (form).


Displays the name of the production. This field is automatically updated when you select Production.


Indicates the basis that was used for how to create this production order. The following types are available:

  • Standard - Production has been created without specific attachment to an order, a vendor, or planned order.

  • Vendor - Productions are produced by a vendor, and also that the production order is attached to another production. You can find the reference to the production order through the Reference type and Reference number fields.


Displays the scheduled production quantity.


Displays the desired delivery or finish date for the production. You can use the delivery date in the production's operations or job scheduling, where the scheduling can be selected backward from delivery date. Operations conducted for orders that have underproductions defined in the BOM results in the setting of a delivery date for underproductions. The date is set to when the items are used in the production. The underproduction will then have operations scheduled backward from that delivery date.


If a production is created directly from a sales order, the delivery date is automatically transferred back to the confirmed delivery of the order line.


Delivery time.


Status of the production order indicates exactly where it is in the overall production cycle. The production status is automatically updated every time that an update or scheduling is run on a production order.

The typical life cycle of a production order starts when the order is first created. At this point, the order is automatically assigned the status Created. The subsequent phases include the following: estimated, planned, released, started, reported as finished, and ended.

Remain status

Displays the remainder status on the production order(s).

Scheduling status

Displays the scheduling status of the production. Operations scheduling is the less detailed of the two types of scheduling available in the production system. It is often used when you want an estimate of the duration of the production process.


To enable the Gantt button, the scheduling status must not be set to Operations scheduling.

Quality order status

The status of the quality orders that the production references.


Displays the quantity that is used as basis for cost estimating. This quantity can differ from the quantity that has been planned, started or reported as finished.


Displays the start quantity. The start quantity is updated automatically with the quantity that is started.

Report remainder as finished

Displays the number remaining to be reported as finished.

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