Sequenced planned orders (form) [AX 2012]

Updated: November 9, 2012

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

Click Master planning > Common > Sequenced planned orders. Select a planned order, and then click Edit.

Use this form to review the results of batch order sequencing. You can modify the sequence start date and time for sequenced planned orders that you generate by using master scheduling. You can select the sequenced planned orders and then accept or reject them, and you can update the planned batch orders on the Planned Order list page by using the sequenced start date and time. You can also firm the planned batch orders to commit them to production. You can commit the orders to production without using the Planned Order list page.

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




View a list of sequences, or select a sequence ID to view values and rankings. When you select a sequence ID, the related values and ranks appear in the lower pane of the form.


Update the details for the selected sequence ID.




Edit the selected sequenced planned order.


Accept the changes that were made during the sequencing, and then update the planned batch order on the Planned orders list page.

Accept and firm

Accept the changes that were made by during the sequencing, and then update and firm the planned batch order on the Planned orders list page.


Set up the inventory dimensions.

Capacity reservations

Open the Capacity reservations on resources or resource groups form, where you can view the capacity reservation for the selected resource or resource group.


Refresh the information on the Sequenced planned orders list page.

Export to Microsoft Excel

Export information from the form into Microsoft Excel.


Open or view the documents that are attached to the active record.



Item number

Select the identification number of the active item.


Enter the reference number that represents a planned batch order.


Select the master scheduling plan identifier (ID) that is used to generate the planned order.

Product name

Enter the name of the active item.


The name of the master plan.


Select the type of the master plan.


Enter the planned batch order number.

Dimension No.

Select the dimension number that is used for the active item.


Enter the planned batch order number.

Req. quantity

Enter the required quantity that is attached to the active transaction.

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