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I am in a trouble to implementing manufacturing process by use of AX 2012 R2. The production process is as following.
The production environment is job shop in which, I have considered every shop as an operation. So, every finished good (product type=formula) has to go through some operations to be completed. The problem is here that every semi finished goods can be considered as finished good and therefore, should be able to stock or sell.
For example, consider A as a row material. Oper1 is performed and A would become B. In the next step Oper2 would be performed and B become C.
Below, production and formula setting are presented.
Item A: Production type= None
Item B: Production type= Formula , A is ingredient for producing B , Route= Oper1
Item D: Production type= Formula , B is ingredient for producing D , Route= Oper2
Now, I have run batch order over item D. So, in this case item D would be added to inventory by running Report As Finished. But, in our business, in the middle of the process, we decide to sell item B separately without performing Oper2.
Here is a place where my question comes up. How can I add item B to inventory in the middle of the batch order process while Report As Finish is just over last operation (item D).
I would be appreciated if anyone can help me out.
If the query is not yet resolved then here is how you need to configure the system in order to achieve this kind of requirement.
1. Configure the items as following:
Item A: Production type= None, Operation= A.
Item B: Production type= Formula, Operation= B, Formula Line type= Item.
Item C: Production type= Formula, Operation= C, Formula Line type= Pegged Supply.
Item D: Production type= Formula, Operation= D, Formula Line Type= Pegged Supply.
2. Make sure you assign the operations for all these items accordingly and mark End check-box to schedule planned consumption at the end of the operation if necessary.
3. Create a batch order for Item D and estimate it. This will create 2 more production orders for Item B and Item C as the line type was Pegged supply.
4. Now start by producing these items one by one with the operations attached at each item level. First Start the production for Item B, schedule operations for it (you could choose scheduling operations for Item C and Item D as well), start operation B and consume the Item A. And then RAF both operations and order for Item B. This will increase the on-hand quantity on Item B.
5. Repeat the same process for Item C and during the start of Operation C you could consume the available Item B from inventory. This way you can both maintain inventory of sub BOM Item B and consume it against the Item C production. Same process can be repeated for Item D also.
6. If suppose anywhere during the production you would like to just stock the Item B or Item C (say Item C) and don't want to proceed further. You could simply remove the production marking from Update marking form on the production order next level BOM (say Item D) and delete the order after resetting the status back to Created.
I just tried this scenario in my system and it worked out. Please let me know if your scenario is more complex than just this.
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