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End Production Order with Report As Finished = Yes

  • 1.  End Production Order with Report As Finished = Yes

    SILVER CONTRIBUTOR
    Posted 26 days ago
    Good Morning,

    We are on AX2012 R3. Is there a production parameter setting for the production order end form Auto-Report As Finished? ( Form = ProdParmHistoricalCost )

    For production orders when we end the order and check the box Report As Finished = Yes
    If the total Report As Finished quantity >= Started Quantity then AX will make a report as finished journal with quantity = 0
    If the total Report As Finished quantity < Started Quantity then AX will make a report as finished journal for the difference: quantity = ( Started Quantity – Report As Finished Quantity )
    Example:
    Report As Finished = 105
    Started = 100
    When ended there is a new report as finished for 0 and the total report as finished = 105
    Report As Finished = 95
    Started = 100
    When ended there is a new report as finished for 5 and the total report as finished = 100

    We would like AX to always make the final report as finished = 0. Is this a configuration setting? If not, how would you recommend solving this issue?

    Currently we always under-plan the started quantity so that we will almost always make more than the started quantity, but we are interesting in exploring ways to plan for 100% of the expected quantity without AX adding in any differences.
    For the business process production workers record multiple report as finished journals and later that day a supervisor reviews and if things are good will end the production order with the Report As Finished = Yes. Ideally, we would like to avoid adding a manual step to close the Report As Finished.

    Thank you,
    Barclay

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    Barclay Hershey
    Financial Analyst
    Sugar Creek Packing Co
    Cincinnati OH
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