(PM) Production data on current job (form) [AX 2012]

Updated: July 12, 2011

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 > Inquiries > Batch > Operations list. Click the Production order button.

Use this form to see an overview of all production data related to the current job, which includes additional details on the job, operation, or production. You can make selected changes to some of this information, or you can view details that will help you make decisions about your production.

Tab

Description

Job

View detailed information about the job. The details include the type determined by the operations scheduling process and the scheduled start date determined by the job scheduling process. You can also check the job status and the percentage of the production that is finished. This percentage is updated every time that a recording is made in the route journal or job journal.

Operation

View detailed information about the operation. You can select an existing operation or enter one manually. The details include the operation number, which shows where the operation occurs in the production sequence, and the priority, which controls the method for handling simultaneous operations. You can also see which operations resource is used, start and end dates, number of operations that are reported as finished, and other relevant information.

Batch

Check identifying information about the batch order, which includes the name, type, quantity, delivery time, and status.

Field

Description

Job identification

The identification for the job.

Task type

The job type, which describes the type of work that is to be performed. The following options are available:

  • Queue before ─ Waiting time before the operation can be started.

  • Setup ─ Fixed time used for clearing an operations resource before the operation is started.

  • Process ─ Time used for the execution of the operation.Overlap - Operation starts before the previous is finished.

  • Overlap ─ Operation starts before the previous is finished.

  • Transport ─ Time that it takes to transfer the items to the next location, which can be the next operations resource, the production route, or stock.

  • Queue after ─ Time the items must wait after the operation is finished, before the next operation can start.

Resource

Indicates which Resource will execute the job. Resource is selected from the operations resource defined on the production route.

Personnel number

The identification for the employee assigned to the job.

Calculated time

The calculated time to run the job.

Resource time

The planned operations resource time in hours.

Start date

The scheduled start date for the job. This date is determined in connection with operations scheduling and jobs scheduling respectively.

End date

The scheduled end date for the job. The date is determined in connection with operations scheduling and jobs scheduling.

Start time

The scheduled start time for the job. The time is determined in connection with jobs scheduling.

End time

The scheduled ending time for the job.

Job status

The status of the job. The status can be any of the following values:

  • Coming ─ Displayed until the job is started.

  • Waiting ─ Displayed when job is holding before it is started.

  • Stopped ─ Displayed when job is not running.

  • Started ─ Displayed when job has begun.

  • Ended ─ Displayed when the operation or production is reported as finished. The job status can be changed to ended via the job journal, route journal, or reporting-as-finished.

Processing percentage

The progress of the production in the form of a percentage. The field is updated every time that a recording is performed on the job. Recordings can occur when the route journal or job journal is posted to the ledger.

Hours

The number of consumed hours for the job type. The number is calculated automatically if you entered starting time and ending time, and if the working time was defined for the current calendar.

Good quantity

The number of approved items reported as finished upon posting of the journal.

Error quantity

The number of defective items reported as finished upon posting of the journal.

CW good qty

The number of approved catch weight items reported as finished upon posting of the journal.

CW error qty

The number of defective catch weight items reported as finished upon posting of the journal.

Oper. No.

Define the operation number. The number can be an alphanumeric string of up to ten characters. The operation number defines the sequence for the operation that the production should go through. When you create a new production route, 10 is automatically suggested as the first operation number. The following operation numbers will be suggested as having increments of 10. You can change them manually. If simultaneous operations are to be created, the operations must be created with the same operation number. You would do this when several operations resources, for example, a machine and a tool, are to be used at the same time. The relationship between simultaneous operations is defined in Priority. The next operation to be executed is defined in the Next field. If the operation in question is the last operation, Next is defined as zero.

Priority

Used to control simultaneous operations. Simultaneous operations use several operations resources at the same time, for example, a machine resource and a tool resource. This is accomplished by giving the same Oper. No. to all operations that are to be executed at the same time.

The operation priority identifies which operation is the primary operation. The primary operation should be the operation loading the operations resource that is regarded as the bottleneck for simultaneous operations. Operations resource regarded as a bottleneck on one route (and therefore defined as primary for simultaneous operations on that route), can be secondary on another route. If the operation is not primary, the times from the primary operation are used to schedule the secondary operation. For this reason, times do not have to be specified for secondary operations. If there are no parallel operations for an Oper. No., the operation is to be created with priority primary.

Operation

The operation in the production route that uses the Work center group or the attached Resource. You can define a unique identification for the operation that is to be included in the production route. To select the operation, click the drop-down list in the field. This displays a list of all created operations. You can also enter the operation manually. The system checks that the operation is created. Operations are maintained through the Operation relations report.

NoteNote

Operations with the same Oper. No. and which use the same operations resource cannot be created. An operation cannot be included in the route more than one time. Operations are maintained using the Operations form.

Name

The name of the production route operation.

Resource

The operations resource or resource group that will be used for the operation. At setup, the value from the operation used is the default. However, you can edit this field.

Resource type

The basis that was used to create the production. The following types are available:

  • Standard ─ The production has been created without specific attachment to an order, another production/vendor or planned order.

  • Vendor ─ The production has been created without specific attachment to an order, another production/vendor or planned order.

Description

A description of the operation.

Production unit

The production unit associated with the site.

Input warehouse

Select a production input warehouse to assign to the production unit. Only the warehouses that are associated with the selected site are displayed.

Quantity

The number of operations resources to be drawn on if a resource group is specified in the production route. This field always reads 1 if an operations resource is specified. During setup, the field is

Load

The maximum capacity that the operations resource can be loaded with. The amount is displayed as a percentage.

Start date

The scheduled start date for the operation. The start date is calculated with operations scheduling or jobs scheduling.

End date

The scheduled end date for the operation. The end date is calculated with operations scheduling or jobs scheduling.

Start time

The job scheduled start time for the operation. The start time is calculated with jobs scheduling.

End time

The scheduled job end time for the operation. The end time is calculated with jobs scheduling.

Reported as finished

If selected, the operation is finished. If the operation is reported as finished, the system issues a warning if you try to record a quantity or time for the operation.

Hours

The number of consumed hours for the job type. This number is calculated automatically if you entered starting time and ending time, and if the working time was defined for the current calendar.

Batch

The identification for the inventory batch.

Item number

The identification for the item associated with the batch.

Name

The name of the item.

Type

The type of production. The production types are as follows:

  • Standard ─ The production has been created without a specific attachment to an order, another production or vendor, or a planned order.

  • Vendor ─ The production is produced by a vendor and the production order is attached to another production.

CW quantity

The scheduled catch weight quantity.

CW unit

The catch weight unit of measure.

Quantity

The scheduled production quantity.

Delivery

Displays the desired delivery or finish date for the production. You can use the delivery date in the production's operations or job scheduling, where the scheduling can be selected backward from delivery date. If you carry out operations or job scheduling for a production order that has defined automatic creation of underproductions, the delivery date for the underproductions is automatically set to the date when the items will be used in production. The underproduction will then have operations scheduled backward from delivery date.

NoteNote

If a production is created directly from a sales order, the delivery is automatically transferred back to the Ship date of the order line.

Time

The time at which the batch will be delivered.

Status

Indicates exactly where the batch order is in the overall production cycle. This status is automatically updated every time that an update or scheduling is run on a batch order.

The typical life cycle of a batch order starts at the start of the production process when the order is first created. At this point, the order is automatically assigned the created status. The subsequent phases include estimated, planned, released, started, reported as finished, and ended.

Remain status

The remainder status on the production orders.

Scheduling status

The scheduling status of the batch. The values are Operations scheduling and Job scheduling.

Quality order status

The status of the quality order. The status can be Open, Pass, or Fail.

Estimated

The latest date on which the production order was estimated.

Started

The latest date on which the start of the production order occurred.

Report remainder as finished

The quantity remaining to be reported as finished.

CW quantity

The quantity in the catch weight unit to be produced in the batch order.

CW estimated

The quantity in the catch weight unit that has been estimated.

CW quantity started

The quantity in the catch weight unit for which production has started and sent to work in process.

CW report remainder as finished

The catch weight quantity remaining to be reported as finished.


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