Personalized Community is here!
Quickly customize your community to find the content you seek.
Choose your path Increase your proficiency with the Dynamics 365 applications that you already use and learn more about the apps that interest you. Up your game with a learning path tailored to today's Dynamics 365 masterminds and designed to prepare you for industry-recognized Microsoft certifications.
Visit Microsoft Learn
2022 Release Wave 1 PlanDynamics 365 release plan for the 2022 release wave 1 describes all new features releasing from April 2022 through September 2022.
2022 release wave 1 plan
The FastTrack program is designed to help you accelerate your Dynamics 365 deployment with confidence.
FastTrack Community | FastTrack Program | Finance and Operations TechTalks | Customer Engagement TechTalks | Upcoming TechTalks | All TechTalks
I wonder if anyone can advise what is the standard warehouse flow?
For example below:
Creation of BOM > Production > Creation of Item etc.
I will review the Warehouse Flows related to Manufacturing since that is what you are talking about...
1. User Creates a Released Production Order
2. In Released Production Order generate the Inventory Pick or Warehouse Pick (Advanced)
3. Pick and Post the Inventory Pick or Register the Warehouse Pick (Advanced)
4. Consume the Picked Components in Consumption Journal or Production Journal
5. Produced Finished Product on Output Journal or Production Journal
6. Now you have the Output Finished Good and need to perform Inventory Put-away or Warehouse Movement. On Released Production Order generate these documents
You are done. If on the Location you have Require Pick and Put-away and you have your Bins setup for Picking and then the Production Inbound and Outbound Bins will be needed.
Hope I answered your questions.
In the list of the Production Order, may I ask where does Work center and Routing belongs?
Work Centers are part of Routings and the Operational steps within a Production Order. The Work Center operation steps could have Routing Link Codes that point to the components it requires in a specific step. It is not required to have a Routing Link but if the Routing is long, with a lot of components, you can set this up to limit pulling all the components at once.
Hope this helps.
Business Applications communities