Production journal lines, picking list (form) [AX 2012]

Updated: March 19, 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 > Journals > Picking list. Click Lines.

Use this form to record the consumption of materials and the consumption of operations resources. The upper part of the form shows the production number and name. The upper part also shows the number of items that are either scheduled for production or started. The lower part of the form shows the estimated number of items that are used in production. You can change automatic estimates of material consumption.

When production orders are started or reported as finished, a production journal of the BOM type is created. The production journal contains journal lines. You can automatically register or post estimates of material consumption to a picking list journal. If you want the estimates to be automatically registered, but not posted, the program generates an open journal. You can use the open journal to adjust the information about material consumption before you post the estimates.

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

Tab

Description

Overview tab

View or enter the posting date for physical item picking, the production number, and the lot ID. The remaining fields provide an overview of the status of the lines in the picking list journal. This overview includes the item number that is used for production, the configuration, the warehouse where the item is stored, the proposal, and the unit. The overview can also indicate whether the item is finished.

General tab

View or enter general identifying information. This information includes the journal number, bill of material (BOM), inventory quantity, and information about scrap and end reporting for the selected journal line.

Reference

View related inventory references and BOM information for the selected journal line.

Financial dimensions

View information about financial dimensions, such as the default dimensions and where the dimensions are used in account structures and advanced rule structures.

Inventory dimensions

View the inventory dimensions for the selected journal line.

Button

Description

Validate

Check the journal for required information before you post it.

Post

Check for errors, and then post the journal.

Log

Review the status of all transactions.

Functions

Click Delete journal lines to delete all the lines of the journal in a batch process.

Inventory

Check inventory information for the journal line. This information includes inventory transactions, the available inventory for the selected item, and reservations.

Print

Print the information that is on the journal line.

Field

Description

Production

The production number, which is a unique identifier of the production order. When new production orders are created, the number is either allocated automatically or entered manually. For more information, see Production orders (form).

Name

The name of the production. The field is automatically updated from the Production picking list that is selected in the Production journal form.

NoteNote

Identification of an alternative operations resource

To see the table for operations resources, press ALT+H. If you have insufficient capacity at the operations resource that is attached to the operation in the production route, the operation can be scheduled on the alternative operations resource. Scheduling on the alternative resource occurs when the operation has an attached requirement that is equal to or smaller than the requirement that is specified on the alternative operations resource. If there is more than one available operations resource, the operation is scheduled on the first operations resource that has available capacity. You use the Name field to define a descriptive name for the production order. This name makes it easier to identify a production. You cannot change this field. When a new production order is created, the name is automatically set to the product name of the item that is fulfilled by the production order. For more information, see Create production order (form). You can change the name when the production is created.

Quantity

The scheduled production quantity. For more information, see Production orders (form).

Started

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

Date

The posting date for physical item picking. The system date is used by default, but you can change the date until the line is posted.

Production

The production number that is associated to the journal line for which material consumption is to be applied. Consumption feedback is available only for productions that have are in process or finished.

Lot ID

The identifier of the item lot.

Item number

The item number that is used for the production. An item other than the item that is specified in the bill of material can be released.

Site

The identifier of the site where the products are stored.

Proposal

The amount, in the BOM unit, that is expected to be consumed, based on the estimated production orders. The field displays a value only if you specified that the material consumption of the production must be entered manually for the item.

Consumption

Feedback about the actual consumption, in the BOM unit. If the item is set up to automatically pick the estimated material consumption, a higher or lower consumption is defined. A lower consumption is entered as a negative amount.

Unit

Base data that is retrieved for the current item.

End

A selected check box indicates that the operation is finished. The backorder delivery on the BOM of the production is treated as zero, even if the quantity that is reported as finished differs from the quantity that was started.

Log

The date on which the production was last released.

Product name

The name of the item and the item configuration.

Estimated

The estimated quantity or volume of the item.

Remainder

The quantity, in the BOM unit, that has not yet been released.

Started

The quantity of items, in the BOM unit, that has been released to production. For more information about bills of materials, see BOM unit. The BOM unit can be recalculated to the inventory unit.

Released quantity

The consumption, in the BOM unit, that has been released to the production, but that has not yet been included in the cost accounting. For more information about cost accounting, see Run end production. For more information about BOM units, see BOM unit.

Picking list journal

The journal number.

Line number

The identifier of the line.

Voucher

The sequential numbering of voucher numbers. To attach transactions to an existing voucher number, select the voucher from the journal table or the journal lines.

Production

Select the identifier of the production order.

Scrap

The scrapped quantity, in the BOM unit.

Cause

If there is a loss, select the cause of the error. The following options are available:

  • Machine items are scrapped because of machine breakdown or fault.

  • Operator items are scrapped because of bad manufacturing by workers.

  • Material items are scrapped because of bad delivery.

Inventory proposal

A proposal for the amount of expected consumption, in the Inventory unit of measure. The amount that is proposed is based on the estimated production order. The field shows a value only if you specified in the item that the material consumption of the production must be entered manually.

Inventory consumption

Feedback about the actual consumption, in the inventory unit. The field is automatically updated when you enter a consumption amount in the BOM unit. If the inventory unit and the BOM unit are different, the inventory unit is converted based on the item's data.

Return

A selected check box indicates that the line is a reverse entry, returning material to inventory.

Dimension No.

The identifier of the item's dimensions.

Lot ID

The identifier of the item lot.

Inventory reference

The type of inventory reference that is processing the transaction.

Inventory number

The number of the inventory order that is processing the transaction.

Position

A definition of the BOM position. You can use the position to define the drawing number.

Oper. No.

The operation number that is using items.

Default financial dimensions

The default financial dimensions for the main account. When you select a financial dimension value, the Where the %1 dimension is used field group displays where the dimension is used in account structures and advanced rule structures.

Where the %1 dimension is used

The account structures and advanced rule structures that use the financial dimensions that you selected in the Default financial dimensions field group.

NoteNote

The name of the field depends on the selection in the Default financial dimensions field group.

Configuration

The identifier of the configuration for a configurable item.

Size

The size of the item.

Color

The color of the item.

Warehouse

The warehouse where the items are stored.

Location

The location inside a warehouse. To change the location number for the line in the transfer order, select Edit lines and Explode lines in the upper section of the Shipment form or the Receive form.

Pallet ID

The unique ID of the pallet. This ID is called the Serial Shipping Container Code.

Batch number

Enter the Batch number dimension. To change the batch number for the line in the transfer order, select Edit lines and Explode lines in the upper section of the Shipment form or the Receive form.

Serial number

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


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