Item requirement statistics (form) [AX 2012]

Updated: September 20, 2011

Applies To: Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 R3, Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 R2, Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 Feature Pack, Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012

Click Master planning > Inquiries > Statistics > Item requirement statistics.

Use this form to view a list of all item requirements that were calculated during the last master scheduling. A requirement is stated as a planned order for a specific item.

You can filter and display the item requirements in various ways, such as by vendor group or item group. You can also analyze long-term and short-term item requirements, and use this information to enter into framework agreements with vendors and subcontractors.

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




View item requirements for the specified plan. Requirements are displayed according to the values you enter in the Setup field group at the top of the form.


View the requirements in graphical form. This can show the requirement for an item or the sum of all requirements, depending on how you set up the display.




Select which item inventory dimensions to display in the form.



Show by

Filter and view item requirements by vendor and item. For each of these, you can filter on either the group or the unit level, but not on both.

From date / To date

Enter the time period for which you want to view item requirements. If you do not specify a time period, the form lists all the requirements.


Select the plan for which you want to view item requirements.


Select how to group item requirements. For example, if you select Week, the requirements are grouped by week for the time period that you specify.

By planned order type

Select this option to view the planned order type for the requirement. You can also see whether the requirement was generated to fulfill a purchase forecast requirement.


Select whether to view a requirement by the item quantity or by the cost amount of the planned order.


The configuration of the item.


The site where you store the items.


The warehouse where you store the items.

Batch number

The batch the item requirement is listed in.

Req. quantity

The planned order quantity. This can be different from the required quantity if, for example, the item has a minimum order quantity set up.

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