ATP information (form) [AX 2012]

Updated: January 29, 2014

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. Select a sales order line > Product and supply > ATP information.

Use this form to calculate the available-to-promise (ATP) quantity for an item. The ATP is the quantity of an item that on any specific date is promised to a customer. The ATP calculation includes lead times, available dates, planned receipts, and issues.

NoteNote

You can also open this form by clicking Inventory management > On-hand inventory. Select an item. On the Action Pane, click ATP information.

The program displays the ATP development over time in a graph and a grid. The graph displays the ATP quantity for each day in a square, and the graph displays the requirement quantity for each day in a circle. To see the actual quantities, move your pointer over the square or circle. The grid provides detailed information about receipts, issues, and on-hand balance.

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

Button

Description

Calculate ATP

Calculate the ATP quantity for the item.

Field

Description

Item number

The number of the item.

Quantity

Enter the quantity that you want to verify the availability for.

Site

Name of the site.

Warehouse

Name of the warehouse.

ATP time fence

To calculate ATP use this period in days if you selected the ATP calculation method in the Delivery date control field located in the Accounts receivable parameter form.

ATP backward demand time fence

Enter the number of days backward from today that past due demand or inventory issues will be considered when calculating the earliest available delivery dates for inventory. For example, if you enter 0, no past due demand will be considered. If you enter 1, yesterday’s demand will be considered.

ATP backward supply time fence

Enter the number of days backward from today that past due supply or inventory receipts will be considered when calculating the earliest available delivery dates for inventory. For example, if you enter 0, no past due supply will be considered. If you enter 1, yesterday’s supply will be considered.

ATP delayed demand offset time

The number of days into the future from today when past due demand on inventory issues will be considered as having its delivery date. For example, if you enter 0, items with a past due delivery date will be considered as delivered today. If you enter 1, items with a past due delivery date will be considered as delivered tomorrow.

ATP delayed supply offset time

The number of days into the future from today when items on past due inventory receipts will be considered as received. For example, if you enter 0, the item will be considered as received today. If you enter 1, the item will be considered as received tomorrow.

ATP incl. planned orders

Include planned orders in ATP calculations if you selected the ATP calculation method in the Delivery date control field.

Date

Date of the ATP time period.

ATP

The ATP inventory quantity available during the ATP time period.

Receipts

The receipt quantity during the ATP time period.

Issues

The quantity of the item that is issued during the ATP time period.

On hand

The physical quantity available from inventory.


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