Unfinished scheduling processes (form) [AX 2012]

Updated: February 17, 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 > Processes > Unfinished scheduling processes.

Use this form to view the scheduling processes that are in process or that have failed. This form is useful when you are analyzing system performance.


When a scheduling process is successfully completed, it disappears from the list in this form and appears in the Session log form.

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




View a list of the scheduling processes that are in process or that have failed.


View detailed information about the selected scheduling process.




Open the Thread list form and the Item process duration form.


Stop the scheduling process.


Delete the selected process.



All companies

Select this check box to display the scheduling processes for all companies.

Scheduling process

The identification number of the scheduling process. This number is assigned automatically.

Scheduling type

Indicates whether the process is for master scheduling or forecast scheduling.


The method that is used for master scheduling.


The unique identifier of the scheduling plan.

Today's date

The scheduling date. This value in this field is calculated based on the value that is entered in the Today's date calendar field in the Master planning parameters form.


The status of the selected scheduling process. The following options are available:

  • Deleting and inserting data

  • Coverage planning

  • Futures messages

  • Action message

BOM level

The level of the bill of material (BOM) that is being processed in the current scheduling status.

For more information, see the Status field.


The progress of the master scheduling process. The first number indicates the number of items that were processed or that are being processed for the current item level. The second number indicates the total number of items that are on that level.

Helpers requested

The number of helpers that was entered in the Number of helpers field in the Master scheduling form.

Helpers used

The actual number of helpers that was used. This number depends on the number of available batch threads among the batch servers.

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