Output orders (form) [AX 2012]

Updated: February 13, 2014

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

This topic applies to features in the Inventory management module. It does not apply to features in the Warehouse management module.

Click Inventory management > Inquiries > Output orders.

Use this form to display information about the output orders that have been entered.

Output orders are used in warehouse management for activities that are related to advanced picking, and to ship items to production or to distribution channels.

Output orders resemble picking lists with regard to picking and shipping items to the customer. Picking lists are used to help manage inventory, which is less complex than warehouse management.

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

Tab

Description

Overview

View a list of output orders.

General

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

Shipment

View information about the shipment. This includes delivery and transport information.

Quantity details

View details about the quantities that are assigned to the output order.

Button

Description

Transactions

Open the Inventory order transaction form, where you can view the inventory transactions for the output order.

Inventory

Open a menu that contains the following items:

  • Transactions – Open the Inventory transactions form, where you can view the inventory transactions for the item or the lot.

  • On-hand – Open the On-hand form, where you can view the on-hand inventory for the current item, sorted by inventory dimension.

  • Lot – Open the Lot form, where you can view the inventory transactions on the current lot.

  • Reservation – Open the Reservation form, where you can reserve on-hand inventory.

  • Dimensions display – Open the Dimensions display form, where you can select the inventory dimensions to display in the form.

Functions

Open a menu with the following option:

  • End inventory order – Transfer control of the inventory transactions back to the transaction’s origin, which might be a sales order, a production, or an inventory journal. You might do this when an inventory order cannot be delivered.

Field

Description

View ended

Select this check box to view the output orders that have been completed.

Inventory order

The identifier of the inventory order.

Lot ID

The lot number for the transaction on the inventory order.

Item number

The item number that the inventory order concerns.

Configuration

Select an item configuration to specify an item that has specific attributes.

NoteNote

If you work with purchase orders and sales orders, you cannot change the item configuration when you have updated order transactions, such as during registration, packing slip updates, and invoice updates.

Size

The size of the item.

Color

The color of the item.

Site

The site in which you store the items.

Warehouse

The warehouse in which you store the items.

Type

The order type for the inventory order. The following options are available:

  • Consolidated picking

  • Order picking

Optimized picking

If this check box is selected, the transaction is assigned to a picking route by using guided picking options.

Reference

The module that the inventory order originates from.

Number

The number of the reference that is specified in the Reference field.

Customer

The identifier of the customer who will receive the items. This is relevant only if the inventory order refers to a sales order.

Status

The status of the inventory order. The following statuses are used:

  • Created – A quantity is not attached to a shipment.

  • Handling – The full quantity is attached to one or more shipments, but part of the order has not been completed.

  • Ended – The full quantity has been shipped.

Item tagging

Select this check box if item tagging is mandatory.

Case tagging

Select this check box if case tagging is mandatory.

Pallet tagging

Select this check box if pallet tagging is mandatory.

Batch number

The batch number.

Location

The location inside a warehouse where the items are stored.

Pallet ID

The unique identifier for the pallet.

Serial number

The serial number.

Requested ship date

Enter the date when the items must be shipped to meet the requested delivery date.

Mode of delivery

Select the means of transport to use when the order is delivered from the seller to the buyer. Modes of delivery are printed on customer invoices.

Delivery terms

Select the conditions for delivering the item from the seller to the buyer.

Free on board (FOB) is a term of sale that identifies where risk and responsibility pass from the seller to the buyer. You create terms of delivery in the Terms of delivery form. You can also create terms of delivery for customers and vendors in the Customers and Vendors forms.

UPS zone

Enter optional freight zone information.

You can specify a freight zone that is used to manually calculate freight expenses.

Call tag type

Select UPS to request a pickup via United Parcel Service (UPS) for returned items. You transmit the request to UPS. The UPS driver takes the return label to the pickup location, collects the package, and then returns the package to your organization. This field is applicable only for returned orders.

Requested quantity

The part of the total quantity that has been requested for shipment.

Inventory order quantity

The total quantity for the inventory order. Click the Inventory order quantity tab to view the status of the inventory order quantity.

Quantity not in shipment

The part of the total quantity that has not yet been associated with a shipment.

Registered

The part of the total quantity that has been attached to a shipment, but whose inventory order has not yet been reserved.

Activated

The part of the total quantity that has been released for consignment, but that has not yet been shipped.

Started

The part of the total quantity that is currently being shipped.

Picked

The part of the total quantity that is currently being picked.

Staged

The part of the total quantity that is currently being staged for shipment.

Loaded

The part of the total quantity that is currently being loaded.

Completed

The part of the total quantity that has been shipped.

Canceled

The part of the total quantity that has been canceled from the shipment.


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