Batch posting journal (form) [AX 2012]

Updated: October 17, 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 > Batch > Batch order posting.

Use this form to view a list of posted production batch orders. To open vouchers related to a specific batch order, select the batch order and then click Inventory, Ledger, or Route.

The following table provides descriptions for the controls in this form.




View the status of the posted production batches.


View general information for the selected batch order, the type of journal to which it was posted, and registered amounts, costs, and quantities reported as finished or reported in error.




Open the Voucher transactions (Inventory) form to view ledger transactions for the selected batch order. The transactions are posted on a voucher that is based on a physical inventory update.


Open the Voucher transactions (Ledger) form to view attached ledger transactions for the selected batch order.


Open the Route transactions form to view route transactions for the selected batch order. This button is available only for batches of the type Route consumption.

Indirect cost

Open the Indirect cost transactions form to view and analyze indirect cost transactions for a batch order. Each transaction shows the calculation information that was defined in the costing sheet setup.



Batch order

The identification assigned to the batch. This identifier is generated when new batch orders are created. You can also enter the batch identifier manually.

Item number

The identification for the item to be produced. The item to be produced is defined as part of the production setup.


The date when the transaction was posted. If this field is blank, the transaction has not been posted.


The name of the journal on which the transaction is posted. The journal types are as follows:

  • Material consumption

  • Route consumption

  • Reported as finished

CW good qty.

The quantity of items in catch weight units reported as finished or included in cost accounting.

Good quantity

The quantity of items reported as finished or included in cost accounting.

CW error qty.

The quantity of defective items in catch weight units reported as finished.

Error quantity

The quantity of defective items reported as finished.

IIP/WIP amount

The monetary value of the consumed materials and labor.

Cost accounted amount

The recalculated amount for the batch order posted to the ledger.

Costing voucher

The voucher number if the transaction was posted to the ledger account. The field is blank if the transaction has not yet been posted to the ledger.


The scrap voucher number in ledger.


If this check box is selected, the transaction was canceled.


The lot number associated with the batch.


The amount of any adjustment that was made to the production batch. If more than one adjustment has been made to the batch, the amount represents the total of all adjustments.

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