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In today’s blog, we’ll explore a process familiar to many of our readers: the basic setup of a finished goods item in Dynamics 365. This will include setting up the finished good product in the released product form, along with an example of a basic route and bill of material (BOM) that we can use in the production process. As you may know, there can certainly be more complexity to the setup (and the entire process) than what we cover here. Our objective today is simply to outline the steps needed just to get started. We hope you enjoy…
Note that if your environment has no other existing products set up, for purposes of this example you will want to create a few that can be used for the BOM that will be set up later in the post.
That’s it! In conclusion, we have just created the finished good product and set the parameters to allow for a BOM type and set to production. We built a simple route to define the operations needed to build our product and set up a Bill of Material to allow the production process to consume this material. Now, we can set up a production order and run the production process.
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