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I have a requirement to use D365 Commerce integrated with AX 2012 R3 (core system for Financials and SC management). How can I make inventory available in D365 Commerce on real time basis so that my B2B portal (connected with D365 Commerce) can show available inventory to customer while placing an order?
At broader level, I think whenever inventory receipt transaction is posted in AX 2012 R3 either through procurement or production and issue transaction is posted against other sales e.g. B2C or back office so inventory adjustment/movement journal needs to be posted automatically in D365 Commerce through integration but what about the inventory transfers within AX 2012 R3 warehouses or other transactions?
Has anyone ever catered such requirement? What could be the best model to achieve such requirement i.e. make inventory available in D365 Commerce from AX 2012 R3 on real time basis so that the same can be shown to customer on B2B portal.
I will leave this for the community to answer. Let's see if anybody has experienced the same and can advise for you anything.
I would suggest that you in batch on certain intervals or on update of inventory transaction in R3 use an integration to D365 through the standard integration patterns. Create an inventory transaction in HQ and then distribute to retail channel. In this way the stock would be available for all commerce retail channels.
I’ve seen this integration before. D365 Commerce<->AX
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