(PM) Batch number creation (form) [AX 2012]

Updated: February 4, 2014

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

Click Inventory management > Inquiries > Dimensions > Batches.

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Click Production control > Common > Production orders > All production orders. On the Action Pane, on the Production order tab, in the Process group, click Batch balancing. Select an item with ingredient type Active, and then click Batch selections.

Use this form to create batch numbers for each item number. You can specify the batch number, item number, manufacturing date, and expiration date. You can select one or more batches to add to a batch order and then specify the quantity of the ingredient to be consumed during production.

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

NoteNote
The information is specific to Process manufacturing production and logistics.

For more information about the features and controls in this form, see:

 Batch number creation (form)

Button

Description

Inventory batch attributes

Open the Inventory batch attributes form, where you can add batch attribute values to an inventory batch for an item. For more information, see the Inventory batch attributes (form) form.

Batch restriction

Open the Batch restriction form, where you can view the processes that have been restricted (or blocked) for the specified batch. This button is available only if the batch status is set to Unavailable. You can also view this information in the Batch disposition master form.

Reset shelf life dates

Open the Reset shelf life dates form, where you can reset the dates associated with managing shelf life inventory for batches.

Reset vendor batch details

Open the Reset vendor batch details form, where you can maintain batch details provided by a vendor. For more information, see the Reset vendor batch details (form) form.

Reset batch disposition code

Open the Reset batch disposition code form, where you can change the disposition code and status for an inventory batch. For more information, see Reset batch disposition code (form) form.

Field

Description

Shelf advice date

The shelf advice date for the specified batch.

Best before date

The date before which the specified batch should be used.

Batch disposition code

The disposition code for the specified batch.

Batch disposition status

The current status of the specified batch ─ Available or Unavailable.

Available quantity

The number of units that are currently available.

Active quantity

The number of units that are currently being used.

Base attribute

The base attributes for the specified item.

Base value

The base attributes value for the specified item.

Actual value

The default value for the specified attribute.

Last tested date

The date on which the specified batch was last tested for quality compliance.

Vendor batch date

The date on which the specified batch was created by the vendor. When you select the Use vendor batch date check box, the vendor batch date becomes the actual batch date.

Use vendor batch date

Select this check box to use the Vendor batch date as the batch date.

Vendor expiry date

The vendor-specified date on which the specified batch expires. If the expiration date is provided in this field and the Use Vendor batch date check box is selected, this date is used as the actual batch expiration date, and the date specified in the Best before date field is then recalculated.

NoteNote

If the purchase receipt creates multiple batches, the vendor batch expiration date is used for all the batches.

Use vendor expiry date

Select this check box to use the date specified in the Vendor expiry date field as the batch expiration date.

Country/region of Origin 1:

The first country/region of origin specified by the vendor. Use the Reset vendor batch details button to reset the country of origin.

Country/region of Origin 2:

The second country/region of origin specified by the vendor. Use the Reset vendor batch details button to reset the country of origin.

Vendor batch number

The batch number specified by the vendor. Use the Reset vendor batch details button to reset the country of origin by using the.

Quality order status

The status of a quality order that is associated with the specified batch record.


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