Multi-dimension on-hand (form) [AX 2012]

Updated: February 4, 2014

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

Click Inventory management > Inquiries > Packaging > Multi dimension on-hand.

Use this form to view multi dimension on-hand inventory records. This inquiry lets you view inventory for the different containers that exist for the item. Each line displays the quantity in the container unit and also the quantity in the inventory unit.


This form is only applicable for products that have been set up for containerized packaging.

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




View a list of containers associated with the product and you unit of measure you select in the Product number field.


View details for the selected record.



Product number

View or select the product identification.

Product description

The description of the product.

Unit of measure

View or select the unit of measure for the product.


The quantity of inventory units on hand.


The quantity of inventory units unavailable for use.

Net available

The net quantity of inventory units available for use.

Container unit

The container unit in which the quantity is expressed.


The quantity of container units.


The quantity in inventory units of measure.

Item number

The identification for the item.

Product name

The name of the product.

Inventory unit

The inventory unit of measure.

Inventory dimensions

The dimensions that describe the specific item. For more information, see About inventory dimensions and dimension groups.

Physical inventory

The physical quantity in the inventory.

Physical reserved

The total quantity of the item that was physically reserved for the inventory dimension.

Available physical

The available quantity (not reserved) from the physical inventory.

Ordered in total

The total amount of ordered items.

Ordered reserved

The total quantity of the item that is reserved on ordered receipts for the inventory dimension. Amounts appear in the field when you total all issue transactions with the status Ordered reserved. Because items that are reserved as ordered are not physically available in inventory, they cannot be directly picked and delivered from inventory.

Total available

The total available quantity of an item.

Physical cost amount

The inventory value for the physically updated quantity.

Financial cost amount

The financial value for the physically updated quantity.

Cost price

The average cost price, which is calculated using the following formula: (Total Financial cost amount / Total Posted quantity).

The cost price represents the value at which one unit of the item is picked from inventory the next time that the invoice is updated. To include physically updated quantities and values in the average cost price calculation, select Include physical value on the Inventory model FastTab in the Item model groups form. To use the standard cost price, select Standard cost in the Inventory model field.

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