Batch history (form) [AX 2012]

Updated: August 30, 2012

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

Click Sales and marketing > Common > Sales orders > All sales orders. Double-click a sales order to open the Sales order form. Select the sales order line with the batch history you want to view and then click Inventory. Then select Batch reservation. From the Batch reservation form, click Batch history.

Use this form to view inventory batches from which some, but not all, of the inventory has been previously shipped to the customer. You can then select the batch that has the attributes you need, and then reserve additional inventory against its remaining on-hand supply.

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

Button

Description

Select attributes

After you select a batch with the attributes you need, click Select attributes to return to the Batch reservation form. All batches with attributes that match those of the batch you selected are displayed. You can then reserve against the available on-hand inventory from any one of these batches.

Select batch

After you select the batch you want to reserve against, click Select batch to return to the Batch reservation form. The information for the selected batch is displayed for you to reserve additional inventory from the batch's remaining on-hand supply.

On-hand

Open the On-hand form to view on-hand inventory for the selected item.

Field

Description

(Reference)

Reference

The originating reference source of the batch reservation request, such as a sales order.

(Reference)

Number

The identification for the originating reference source, such as the current sales order for which you want to reserve inventory.

(Reference)

Item number

The identification for the reference item.

(Reference)

Unit

The unit of measure for the reference item.

(Reference)

CW unit

The unit of measure for the reference catch weight item.

(Reference)

Physical reserved

The number of inventory units that are physically reserved for the current order.

(Reference)

CW physical reserved

The number of catch weight units that are physically reserved for the current order.

(Reference)

Ordered reserved

The number of ordered inventory units that are reserved for the current order.

(Reference)

CW ordered reserved

The number of ordered catch weight inventory units that are reserved for the current order.

On order

The number of inventory units on order for the current order.

CW on order

The number of catch weight units on order for the current order.

Account number

The customer's account number.

Number

The identification for a prior sales order.

Packing slip

The identification for the packing slip generated for the sales order.

Customer requisition

The customer's purchase order number, if one was provided on the packing slip.

Item number

The identification for the item.

Batch number

The identification for the batch.

CW delivered

The number of catch weight units delivered from the selected batch and referenced sales order.

Sales quantity

The quantity of items from the batch for the referenced sales order.

Unit

The unit for measure for the batch

CW available physical

The number of available catch weight units in the selected batch.

Available physical

The number of available in inventory units in the selected batch.

Batch number

The identification for the inventory batch associated with the specific batch attributes.

Attribute

The identification for the attribute associated with the selected batch.

Attribute value

The value for the attribute associated with the selected batch.


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