Report as finished-batch orders (form) [AX 2012]

Updated: November 8, 2012

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

Click Production control > Common > Production orders > All production orders. Double-click the batch order. On the Action Pane, on the Production order tab, in the Process group, click Report as finished.

Use this form to change the status of all or part of a batch order as Report as finished. The items that are reported as finished are available in the inventory; this free the work centers to be scheduled for other production tasks. You also receive information about the quantity of items produced, the number of units in error, and the cause of the errors in this form when the status changes to Report as finished.

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

Tab

Description

Overview

Select a batch order to update to Report as finished status.

General

Specify details for how the selected batch orders should be reported as finished.

Information

View information about batch order quantity statistics.

Batch

Enter or change the batch criteria to run a job or report at a specific time or on a different computer. The batch job or report is submitted to a central batch list, where the jobs are prioritized, queued, and run according to the criteria you enter. You can use the Recurrence button to set up a recurring pattern for the batch job.

Button

Description

Select

Open the Inquiry form to filter and sort the batch order records that you want to report as finished.

Default values

Open the Set up report as finished form to specify default values to use when you report batch orders as finished.

Inventory

Open a submenu to select one of the following options:

  • Transactions ─ View inventory transactions for the item.

  • Lot ─ Query receipt and issue transactions for the same lot ID.

  • On-hand ─ View on-hand inventory by dimension for the current item.

  • Registration ─ Register inventory receipts.

  • Dimensions display ─ Select the inventory dimensions for output batch orders. For more information, see About inventory dimensions and dimension groups.

Reset disposition code

Open the Reset disposition code dialog box and select a new disposition code for the batch order.

Field

Description

Lot ID

The identification code (ID) for the lot, which differs from the batch ID and the actual value.

Batch order

The identification code for the batch order.

Name

The name of the batch order.

Production type

The type of production (for example, Formula).

Item number

The identification code for the item.

CW good qty

Enter the number of good items, in catch weight units, to be reported as finished for the batch order. This field is updated when you register the batch order.

Good quantity

Enter the number of good items to be reported as finished for the batch order. For catch weight items, you also enter the actual weight of the good items. This field is updated when you register the batch order.

CW error qty

Enter the number of defective items, in catch weight units, to be reported as finished in the batch order.

Error quantity

Enter the number of defective items to be reported as finished in the batch order.

Error cause

When you enter defective items in the CW error qty or Error quantity field, you must select a cause of error.

Select the cause of error from the following options:

  • Material – When the error is caused by material.

  • Machine – When the error is caused by the machine.

  • Operator – When the error is caused by the operator.

End job

Select this check box if the batch order is an end job and no additional reporting-as-finished is expected for production.

If you select this check box, the excess transactions with either the On order or Ordered status will be deleted. The status of the batch order changes to Reported as finished, and you cannot cost-estimate, schedule, release, or start the batch order.

Date reported as finished

Select the date to report the batch order as finished.

From Oper. No.

Select the starting operation number to report as finished. If this field is blank and the To Oper. No. field is selected, all previous operations are included.

To Oper. No.

Select the ending operation number to report as finished. If this field is blank and the From Oper. No. field is selected, all previous operations are also included.

Report production as finished

Select this check box to report the batch order as finished.

NoteNote

If the From Oper. No and To Oper. No. fields are blank, this field is selected by default.

Route card

Select the route card journal.

Automatic route consumption

Select one of the following options to specify how the route time consumption is handled. Time consumption is recorded when you post to the ledger.

  • Route group dependent ─ When consumption is entered according to the route-group operation settings for the route. If consumption of setup, process time, and automatic reporting of the finished quantity are selected for the attached route group, the consumption is entered by default.

  • Always ─ When the consumption is entered regardless of the settings.

  • Never ─ When the production is reported as finished or manually recorded through the route card journal or job card journal.

End-mark route

Select this check box to create the route card journal with the operations marked as completed. The route card journal is created regardless of the automatic route consumption setting.

Picking list

Select the journal to record material consumption.

Automatic BOM consumption

Select an option to enable automatic consumption. The program then posts the picking list for the consumer materials. The available options are as follows:

  • Flushing principle ─ Registers consumption according to the setting of the flushing principle field on the formula line.

  • Always ─ Always register consumption.

  • Never ─ Do not register consumption.

End-mark picking list

Select this check box to create the picking list journal with lines that are end-marked. When you select this check box, no additional material consumption is expected to be posted for the batch order.

Report as finished

Select the journal to report items as finished. The finished item that is added to the inventory is posted through the journal.

Accept error

Select this check box to program check the updated data and warn of any inconsistencies. If inconsistencies are found, an error log is displayed and the report as finished update is canceled.

  • The finished quantity must be less than or equal to the quantity that is started for the batch order.

  • The individual operations in the production route must be reported as finished.

  • Estimated raw-materials consumption must be delivered.

  • The finished quantity for production must be equal to the finished quantity that is reported for the last operation in the route. You can report more than the quantity started.

Show journal info

Select this check box to receive a message that displays the result of the journal update.

Quantity scheduled

The quantity that is scheduled to be produced.

Quantity started

The quantity that has started production.

Cost accounted

In the Good quantity field group

The number of good items that have been cost accounted.

Registered

The number of good items that have been registered.

Reported as finished

In the Good quantity field group

The number of good items that have been reported as finished.

Route-reported

In the Good quantity field group

The number of good items for which routes have been reported.

Cost accounted

In the Error quantity field group

The number of defective items that have been cost accounted.

Reported as finished

In the Error quantity field group

The number of defective items that have been cost accounted.

Route-reported

In the Error quantity field group

The number of defective items for which routes have been reported.

Batch processing

Select this check box to make batch processing possible.

Batch group

Select the batch group if you want to attach the group to the job.

Private

Select the check box to prevent other users from processing your batch job.

NoteNote

A private batch job can be run only by the user who submitted it. It can be run on any computer to which the user has logged on.

Container

Select or view the item configuration for an item that has specified attributes.

Site

Select or view the site where the item is stored. A site can have more than one warehouse associated with it.

Warehouse

Select or view the warehouse in which the item is stored.

Batch number

Select the batch number for the inventory produced by the batch order.

Base attributes value

Enter the base attribute (potency) value for the received item. This value is required if the received item was assigned a base attribute in the Released product details form. The base attribute value in this field is used as the value for the base attribute of the received inventory batch.

Disposition code

The disposition code assigned to the batch order.

Disposition status

The current disposition status of the batch, which indicates whether the batch is available to be issued from inventory. The values for this field are Available and Unavailable.

Registered (Good quantity)

The number of good items that have been registered.


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