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One of my customers who is using AX 2009 has a production setup. He has created a manual Purchase Order for a RM with 10,000 qty. It is found subsequently that, this 10,000 is creating split into multiple records Inventory Transactions. I found that, this split is due to the marking that created against production order lines. No idea how system has created this automatic marking. It is not done by any user.
I have seen the related queries and discussions on the same subject. Based on this I have tried the option of you firm a plan order on the firming form->Setup tab use update marking as NO. But, this is not helping. The marking is done by the system automatically from some event.
All I need to know what is triggering to create this marking automatically...... Your earliest response is appreciated..
Can you describe the process how you create the purchase orders? Are they created based on production BOM requirements or Do you have purchase orders to create on-hand inventory and the production BOM lines will consume it from the available on-hand?
In most cases, the PO is created based on the Production BOM requirements through the master plan run. For some exceptional cases, the PO is created manually. They have a daily MRP run on a batch job an fully relying on the plan. This PO is an exceptional case where the user hasn't followed the planned purchase orders which system has generated.
Please also note that, the production orders I have mentioned above are the ones created through MRP and they have firmed it. I can see this in the reference tab of the production orders
I don't have an AX2009 environment. On the Master planning parameters there is also an option to set the update for markings. Have you checked this setting as well?
Thanks for the quick help..!! Appreciate it
Yes, I did a deep drive in understanding the concept of marking during master planning process. As you rightly mentioned, the update marking must have set as "Standard" or "Extended" during the firming of planned orders and hence it would have resulted in creating a marking between the PO lines (Fulfilling Transaction) and corresponding production order lines (Demand). These two were pegged when the planned orders were generated....
Thanks for the timely help....
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