Production - Report as finished (class form) [AX 2012]

Updated: April 26, 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 > Periodic > Production orders > Report as finished.

Use this form to report all or part of a production as finished. The items that are reported as finished are then available in inventory, and operations resources can be scheduled for other production tasks.

When a production is reported as finished, you receive information about the quantity of items that was produced, the number of units that have errors, and the cause of the errors.

You can change the status of a production to Report as finished by using this form. You can also report an order as finished by using the Report as finished production journal. Use the journal to update several productions at the same time by checking and posting them at the same time.

If a production has not been through the update steps of the production life cycle, an update is performed. This update includes the following:

  • Estimation

  • Scheduling

  • Release

  • Start

After the update is completed, the production can be updated to a status of Report as finished. For more information, see Set up report as finished (form).

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

Tab

Description

Overview

Create and view a list of production orders to update to a status of Report as finished.

General

Specify how the selected production orders are reported as finished.

Information

View information about statistics for production quantities.

Batch

Set up a batch job that updates production orders to a status of Report as finished.

Button

Description

Select

Open the Inquiry form, where you can filter and sort the production order records to report as finished.

Default values

Open the Set up report as finished form, where you can specify default values that are used when you report productions as finished.

Inventory

Open the following forms, where you can verify the inventory status:

  • Transactions

  • Lot

  • On-hand

  • Registration

  • Dimensions display

Field

Description

Production

Enter the number of the production order to report as finished. You can specify any existing production that is not cost-accounted. You can also click Select to filter for a production order number.

If you opened this form from the All production orders list page, this field displays the number of the production order that you selected.

Name

Enter a descriptive name for the production.

Site

The site that is assigned to the production.

Good quantity

Enter the number of good items to report as finished for the current production order. The number of defective items is entered separately.

Error quantity

Enter the number of defective items to report as finished for the current production order.

Error cause

If you entered defective items in the Error quantity field, you can specify the cause of the errors.

End job

Select this check box to indicate that this job is an end job, and that no additional reporting as finished is expected for the production. When this check box is selected, excess inventory transactions that are on order or ordered are deleted. The status of the production order is changed to Reported as finished, and you cannot estimate cost, schedule, release, or start the production order.

If you clear this check box, you can still run these updates for the production order.

Item number

The identifier of the item.

Date reported as finished

Enter the date when you want to report the production as finished. This date is used as the posting date for route transactions and inventory transactions.

From Oper. No.

Select the starting operation number to report as finished. If you leave this field blank and only specify a value in the To Oper. No. field, any previous operations are also included.

To Oper. No.

Select the ending operation number to report as finished. If you leave this field blank and only specify a value in the From Oper. No. field, any successive operations are also included.

Report production as finished

Select this check box to report the production order as finished. You can specify a value in the From Oper. No. and To Oper. No. fields. By default, if both fields are blank, this check box is selected.

Route card

Select the route card journal.

Automatic route consumption

Specify how the route's time consumption is processed. Time consumption is recorded when you post to the general ledger. The following options are available:

  • Route group dependent – Route consumption is entered according to the route's settings for route group operations. If both automatic consumption of setup time and process time and automatic reporting of the finished quantity are selected for the attached route group, the consumption is automatically entered.

  • Always – The consumption is automatically entered, regardless of the settings.

  • Never – Route consumption is entered when a production is either reported as finished or manually recorded through the route card journal or job card journal.

End-mark route

Select this check box to create a route card journal that includes the operations that are marked as completed.

NoteNote

The route card journal is created, regardless of the setting for automatic route consumption.

Picking list

Select the journal to use to record material consumption from the picking list. You can select any existing journal. For more information about journals, see Production journal names (form). The quantity that is picked depends on the setting in the Automatic BOM consumption field.

Automatic BOM consumption

Select how automatic consumption is registered. When automatic consumption is enabled, the picking list is posted for the consumed materials. The following options are available:

  • Flushing principle – Automatic consumption is automatically registered according to the setting of the Flushing principle field on the bill of materials (BOM) line.

  • Always – Automatic consumption is always registered.

  • Never – Automatic consumption is not registered.

NoteNote

This setting overrides the setting of the same field in the Production control parameters form.

End-mark picking list

Select this check box to create a picking list journal that includes lines that are end-marked. When lines are end-marked, no additional material consumption is expected to be posted for the production order.

Report as finished

Select the journal to use to report items as finished. The finished item that is added to inventory is posted through the journal. You can select any existing journal. For more information about journals, see Production journal names (form).

Accept error

Clear this check box to verify the update data and display warnings about any inconsistencies. If there are inconsistencies, an error log is displayed, and the update to a status of Report as finished is canceled. Consistency is verified in the following data:

  • The quantity that is reported as finished must be less than the quantity that was started on the production order.

  • The individual operations in the production route must be reported as finished.

  • All estimated consumption of raw materials must be delivered.

  • The quantity that is reported as finished for the production must equal the quantity that is reported as finished for the last operation in the route.

NoteNote

The error log is displayed only for the first update to a status of Report as finished.

Select this check box if you do not want data to be verified and the error log to be displayed.

Show journal info

Select this check box to display a message that states the result of the journal update.

Late selection

If you set up batch processing to recur indefinitely, select this check box to process new production orders.
NoteNote

This control is available only if Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 R2 or AX 2012 R3 is installed.


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