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I am using NAV 2013. I got a problem when Change Released Prod. Order Status from Released to Finished. A message comes out.
If I choose no,
I would appreciate if someone can help me.
Thanks in advance.
If you click finish it just giving you message letting you know that update is not occurred. What is the issue you are facing ?
I don't know why this message always shows up when change status.
"Some consumption is missing" but we have already got the correct finished quantity.
How does this message come from?
I am looking at the code, i don't much about the process but it throws that message if it finds a production order component with remaining quantity and if the flushing method is backward or Flush Backward and routing code is blank OR if the routing line code is not blank and if it did not find Prod. Order Routing Line it will give that message. Not sure if that condition makes any sense to you..
I believe this is telling you that some of your components have not been registered for the pick. In other words, you haven't picked and registered all the components for the Production Order (as listed on the BOM).
Open the Production Order, select the first line in the Lines section of the Production Order, choose => Line => Components (found at the top of the Lines area of the Production Order).
This will open the Prod. Order Components window. Look down the column named Remaining Quantity to see if there are any components unassigned to the job.
Thank you for your explanation. I followed your instruction and I found the Remaining Quantity not assigned to the job. But I have already got the correct output. What should I do if they are not assigned to the Job.
You have to assign the Quantity to Handle and Register the pick; you are telling NAV how many of each sub-components you used during the manufacturing of that Finished Product. These sub-components are the Raw Material items listed on your Bill of Materials as those required materials needed to make the Finished Product. When you assign the sub-component Quantities to the Pick and Register it NAV will consume those sub-component parts out of your inventory.
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