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NAV “core” Planning: CU 99000854 ( II ): Demand types 

First, lets review the foundation here … lets review what the “Supply Planning White Paper” mentions: “ … DEMAND AND SUPPLY: Demand is the common term used for any kind of gross demand, such as sales order and component need from a production order. In addition, the program allows more technical types of demand, such...

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NAV “core” Planning: CU 99000854 ( I ) 

Why focusing Codeunit 99000854? If you interested on what is the logic behind NAV planning, you should look into this codeunit.   This codeunit is the link between how NAV planning logic is written (= “NAV Supply Planning White Paper”) and how this logic is executed (=functionality around Planning and Requisition Worksheets).   Based on...

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Using inbound Production Bins as Pick Bins 

What are the inbound Production Bins in NAV? These are the bins defined in the Warehouse setup with the following names: – “Open Shop Floor Bin Code”. This is the one used with Backflushing when Flushing Method is set to Backward/Forward – “Inbound Production Bin Code”. This is the standard bin for the consumptions and...

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Unforgettable: NAV Supply Chain Management 

Do you like that song? “Unforgettable”, Nat King Cole, 1954.  And yes, you are right: this is nothing to be with NAV. But, I was asked to start posting on this blog and wanted to explain what my posts would be about. “Unforgettable” is what SCM (Supply Chain Management) is about when you come to the ERP arena....

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Arrival overview 

Introduction In Microsoft Dynamics AX 2009, the Arrival overview form is introduced to improve the overview of items expected to arrive as incoming goods. The new feature provides an overview of all expected incoming items and arrivals can be initialized based on the overview. The focus of this blog post is the functionality of the...

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WMS in Microsoft Dynamics® AX 2009. Shipping Process Overview 

Introduction The WMS (Warehouse Managements System) encompasses the core components within average Microsoft Dynamics AX installations that are implemented to manage and run world class warehouses. The WMS functionality is enabled by the configuration keys LogisticsAdvanced, WMSBasic, and WMSAdvanced. Formal training is available with the courses “Trade and Logistics I in Microsoft Dynamics® AX 2009”...

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Quality Management in Dynamics AX 2009 – Upgrade essentials 

Quick abstract As many of you may know, with the latest release of Dynamics Ax 2009, the new Quality Management System (QMS) module is available within the Inventory Management Area, formerly the Fullscope TQM (Total Quality Management) solution, which was acquired and evolves in the new module. As some of you may know, the upgrade...

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