Backorder purchase lines (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 Procurement and sourcing > Inquiries > Purchase orders > Backorder purchase lines details.

Use this form to obtain an overview of backorder purchase lines or to follow up on missing deliveries and view expected delivery dates.

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

Tab

Description

Overview tab

View the status of items on backorder. The information on this tab is useful for prioritization when goods arrive from vendors and the sales orders have to be picked for delivery.

Purchase order

View information about the order that is selected on the Overview tab.

Purchase order line

View information about the line status of the order that is selected on the Overview tab.

This tab is visible only when the Inventory transactions option is selected at the top of the form.

Button

Description

Inventory

Open the Dimensions display form, where you can select which inventory dimensions you want to display on the line.

The fields in this form vary depending on whether the Inventory transactions option or the Purchase order lines option is selected at the top of the form.

Field

Description

Backorder date

Select the date up to which you want to view the backorder purchase lines. This field lets you filter the lines that are displayed on this form.

Week

The week number of the selected backorder date.

Day

The weekday of the selected backorder date.

Inventory transactions

Select this option to display inventory transactions on the Overview tab.

Purchase order lines

Select this option to display purchase lines on the Overview tab

Link on change view

Select this check box to connect Inventory transactions and Purchase order lines. For example, if you change the view from Inventory transactions to Purchase order lines, the purchase lines that are associated with the currently displayed inventory transaction are listed

Expected date

The date of the expected transaction. For example, the delivery date for a sales order.

Receipt status

The current status for receipt transactions. If the field is empty, the transaction is an issue, and should be investigated more.

Account number

The customer or vendor account number, depending on the reference field type.

Number

The order number, project number, or production number of the line.

Item number

The item identification.

Inventory quantity

The quantity in inventory units for the transaction. The quantity shows receipts and issues. Issues are indicated by a minus sign.

Configuration

The item configuration of an item with specific attributes.

Size

The size of the item.

Color

The color of the item.

Site

The site at which your products are stored and from which they will be delivered.

Warehouse

The warehouse in which you will store your items.

Batch number

The batch number dimension. If you select Edit lines and Explode lines in the upper section of the Shipment form or the Receive form, you can modify the batch number for the transfer order line.

Location

The location of the warehouse and site.

Pallet ID

The identification of the pallet that contains your products.

Serial number

The serial number dimension. If you select Edit lines and Explode lines in the upper section of the Shipment form or the Receive form, you can modify the serial number for the transfer order line.

Project ID

The identification of the project that generated the inventory transaction.

Vendor account

The vendor (supplier) with whom the purchase order is placed.

Name

By default, the name of the vendor.

Contact

The name of the contact person from the vendor.

Telephone

The vendor’s telephone number.

E-mail

The vendor’s e-mail address.

Purchase type

The purchase order type.

For more information about purchase order types, see About purchase order types.

Project ID

The identification of the project to which the purchase order is attached.

Status

The status of the purchase order. This field is automatically updated and indicates how far the purchase order has progressed in its cycle.

Document status

The document that was last printed from or updated for the current purchase order.

Delivery name

The delivery name specified for the vendor. The delivery name is printed on the purchase order.

Address

The delivery address specified for the vendor. The delivery address is printed on the purchase order.

Purchase order

The identification of the purchase order that the line is attached to.

Line status

The status of the purchase line. This field indicates how far the purchase line has progressed along its life cycle.

Item number

The item number included in the line.

Procurement category

The category from the procurement category hierarchy.

NoteNote

The procurement category is used to group similar goods for statistical purposes and may also govern how the transaction is posted and processed in the system.

Unit

The unit in which the item is purchased. The Unit measurement cannot be changed when the purchase order has been used in one or more transactions.

Quantity

The quantity of the item expressed in its purchase unit.

Deliver remainder

The number of purchase units that have not yet been received through a product receipt.

Confirmed delivery date

The confirmed delivery date.

Vendor account

The vendor account number.

Line number

Identification of the line as it appears on the purchase order.

Quantity

The quantity of the item order expressed in inventory units. This value is used as a default value when the packing slip is updated. The value is the Quantity field multiplied by any conversion factor. For more information about conversion factors, see Unit conversions (form).


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