(PM) Data, material stockout list (form) [AX 2012]

Updated: August 30, 2012

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

Use this form to view or work with details on formula type items that are scheduled for use in production, but have not yet been delivered. The information is displayed in four field groups:

  • Identification ─ Identifies the batch and item.

  • BOM or formula quantity─ Displays various quantities, such as started and released, and the unit of measure for the formula line.

  • Inventory quantity ─ Displays various quantities, such as estimated and remaining, and the unit of measure for the inventory batch.

  • Catch weight ─ Displays various catch weight quantities, such as catch weight started and released, and the catch weight unit of measure.

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

Tab

Description

BOM or Formula line

Use this form to view or work with details on formula type items that are scheduled for use in production, but have not yet been delivered.

Batch

View or maintain details for the batch associated with the current formula line. For example, you can update the production order, item number, and name. You can also check the requested delivery date, production status, and estimated quantity cost.

Field

Description

Batch

The identification for the batch that contains the formula line.

Item number

The identification for the item to be consumed in production.

Position

The position of the formula line. You can use position as a reference to a position number on a drawing of the item.

Product name

The name of the item.

Item type

The product type, which can be Item or Service.

Raw material date

The planned date for the material consumption.

Estimated

(BOM or formula)

The estimated quantity or volume of the item that will be used in production.

Unit

BOM or formula)

The unit of measure for the item.

Remaining Quantity

(BOM or formula)

The consumption in the formula unit that must be released to production with regard to the quantity in the Estimated field. Consumption release occurs with start or reporting as finished using a release journal.

Started

(BOM or formula)

The quantity of items in the formula unit that have been released to production.

CW released

(BOM or formula)

The consumption in the catch weight unit that has been released to production, but has not yet been included in the cost accounting.

Released quantity

The consumption in the formula unit that has been released to production, but has not yet been included in the cost accounting.

CW estimated

(Inventory)

The catch weight cost estimated quantity or amount of the item to be included in the production as defined in the inventory unit. Consumption is calculated when estimation is executed.

Estimated

(Inventory)

The cost estimated quantity or amount of the item to be included in the production as defined in the inventory unit. Consumption is calculated when estimation is executed.

CW started

(Inventory)

The quantity in the catch weight unit that has been released to production.

Started

(Inventory)

The quantity in the inventory unit that has been released to production.

CW remaining

(Inventory)

The consumption in the catch weight unit that must be released to production with regard to the estimated quantity. Estimated release occurs with start or reporting as finished using a release journal.

Remaining quantity

(Inventory)

The consumption in the inventory unit that has to be released to production with regard to the estimated quantity. Estimated release occurs together with start or reporting as finished using a release journal.

CW quantity

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

CW unit

The catch weight inventory unit of measure.

CW estimated

The estimated quantity or volume of catch weight units that will be used in production.

CW started

The quantity in the catch weight unit that has been released to production.

CW remaining

The consumption in the catch weight unit that has to be released to production with regard to the CW estimated quantity.

CW released

The consumption in the catch weight unit that has been released to production, but has not yet been included in the cost accounting.


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