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Generally, we will maintenance "Quantity Per" quantity which stand for the consumption quantity on every BOM No. on its head.
but now user want to add a constant consumption(Do not statisic quantity under product quantity)
BOM No. : A
Line No . No. Quantity Per
10000 A01 10
20000 A02 20
that means the all consumption will be as following if the produciton Quantity is 10
BOM No. : A Quantity = 10
Line No . No. Quantity Per Total Consumption
10000 A01 10 10 * 10 = 100
20000 A02 20 20 * 10 = 200
How can I add a constant quantity,
20000 A02 20 (Constant)
BOM No. : A Quantity = 10
20000 A02 20 20
Thanks so much.
You may need add-on to manage this, or maybe 2 checks this link where you can see a kind of custo and also kind of workaround (not ideal but could do the trick). Maybe helpful, to be tested
Fixed Quantities on BOMS - Microsoft Dynamics NAV Forum Community Forum
Adding to what Jerome wrote... You might consider adding a field on the Production BOM line called 'Fixed Quantity' decimal field. You can then add the Component to the Production BOM with an Actual Qty = 1. When the Firm-Planned or Released Prod. Order are Refreshed or Replanned code can be added that when the filed 'Fixed Quantity' is NOT Blank update the Released Prod. Order Components Expected Quantity = Fixed Quantity and the Quantity Per can be updated by taking the Expected Quantity divided by Released Prod. Order Quantity.
All in all you would need to add this as a customization and the link Jerome provided talks about a few ways others have achieved this.
Thanks for your suggestion, As your said, Add a Fixed Qty maybe a good way, but a little bit risky, i am afraid there are a lot of place need to modify which impact by the new field.
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