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Re-estimation of Production order is Not updating the inventory transaction

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Hi Experts,

I have a requirement in Production Control

Where The actual production order quantity may differ from the Original production order quantity.

For example, the original production order quantity was 80 Qty for Item-A.

Release and Started quantity are 60 Qty, picking list, and route card posted while starting, at this time remaining Qty was 20.

When real production was completed the Actual production Qty is 130 in total, so I updated the original production order quantity from 80 to 130 and then the system ask to re-estimate.

But after re-estimation, the inventory transaction is not updating for Raw material for the additional 50 quantities, but FG qty is updated. the screenshot is added below.

Production order details


Inventory transaction details


Total to posted = 60 qty, Tota;l of remaining is 4


We are using WMS as well.

I need support from experts to resolve this

  • Ashutosh Parasar Profile Picture
    Ashutosh Parasar 40 on at
    RE: Re-estimation of Production order is Not updating the inventory transaction

    Hi, Hana Xue

    Thanks for your response!

    I wanted to tell you that when I estimate the production order first time at the time inventory is updated with On order status because I am reserving while releasing.

    But after increasing the production order quantity, the system prompts to re-estimation and after re-estimation, the inventory is not updating for the added qty.

    I have checked the available inventory is available for all the items, and nothing is "hold" or "blocked".



  • Hana Xue Profile Picture
    Hana Xue Microsoft Employee on at
    RE: Re-estimation of Production order is Not updating the inventory transaction

    Hi Ashutosh,

    This issue can occur if the system can't update an inventory quantity because there aren't enough inventory transactions that have the specified dimensions. Make sure that no inventory transactions are physically reserving the quantity. For example, these transactions might open quality orders, inventory blocking records, or output orders.

    Best Regards,


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