(PM) 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

Click Production control > Inquiries > Material stockout list.

Use this form to check the status of materials that are scheduled for use in your production lines but have not yet been delivered.

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

Tab

Description

Overview

View items that are scheduled for use in production but have not been delivered.

General

Check production information, subcontractor vendor accounts and bill of materials (BOM)/route information for the selected item.

Setup

View criteria that are used to process the selected item. These include methods for calculating consumption, such as quantity and scrap, rounding up the calculations, and measuring items.

Posting

View BOM and inventory quantities included in the production, information about how the item is connected to other modules, and the planned dates for posting material consumption and back order status.

Financial dimensions

View or edit dimensions such as department, cost center, and purpose for the selected item.

Button

Description

Details

View additional information about production and Formula lines for the item selected item.

Inventory

View information about the selected item. The following options are available:

  • Transactions ─ View all of the item's receipt or issue transactions that are generated when sales, purchase, production, project and inventory journal lines are updated. These transactions represent both historical and forecasted changes.

  • Lot ─ Query receipt and issue transactions for the same lot number. (That is, transactions that are attached to the same sales order, purchase order, batch order, or project.)

  • On-hand ─ View inventory classified by inventory dimensions. On-hand inventory is generated and updated automatically when transactions are made, whether they are forecasted, physical, or financial transactions.

  • Reservations ─ Check on-hand inventory.

Field

Description

Item number

The unique identification of the item to be consumed in the production.

Batch

The identification for the batch to which the formula line belongs.

Raw material date

The planned date for the material consumption.

CW quantity

The quantity of the item in the catch weight unit that will be used in the production of a finished catch weight item.

Estimated

The estimated quantity of the item that will be used in production. You identify the method to use for calculating the estimate in the Consumption is field.

CW estimated

Estimated quantity of the item in catch weight units that will be used in production. You identify the method to use for calculating the estimate in the Consumption is field.

Started

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

CW started

The quantity of items in catch weight units that have been released to production.

Released quantity

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

CW released

Consumption in catch weight units that has been released to production, but is not yet included in the cost accounting.

Remaining quantity

Consumption that has to be released to production in the formula unit with regard to the quantity in the Estimated field. Estimated release occurs together with Start or Reporting as finished using a Release journal.

CW remaining

Consumption that has to be released to production in catch weight units with regard to the quantity in the CW estimated field. CW estimated release occurs together with Start or Reporting as finished using a Release journal.


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