Sequence group (form) [AX 2012]

Updated: November 7, 2012

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

Click Master planning > Setup > Sequencing > Sequence group.

Use this form to define a sequence group identifier (ID) to which you can assign sequence IDs and rank them in order of importance. You can create resources or resource groups and assign specified sequence group IDs to them. This is similar to creating items and their values and assigning sequence IDs to them, using the Sequence form.


In the paint industry, color-based paints can have color properties and other attributes, such as latex or enamel. You can assign numeric values to the colors in the sequence code and then rank them according to the sequence in which you want the colors sorted. You could also set up another sequence ID for the type of paint so that latex is preferred to enamel, for instance. Or you could add sequences to a sequence group and then rank them such that all the colors that are available for a specified type of paint (for example) could be sequenced according to the ranking of the sequence IDs within the sequence group.

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




Open the Resources form, where you can update the records to which a specified sequence ID is assigned.

Resources group

Open the Resource groups form, where you can update the records to which a specified sequence group ID is assigned.

Sequence value

Open the Sequence item form, where you can create the sequence ID for a specified potency item.



Sequence group ID

Enter the sequence group ID you want to assign to a specified sequence group.


Enter the description for a specified sequence group.

Sequence ID

Select the sequence ID you want to assign to a specified item.


Enter a numeric ranking, or prioritization value, for each sequence within a specified sequence group. Be aware that the lower the number you enter in this field, the higher the priority or ranking of the specified sequence within the sequence group.

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