What is a Use of Serial Number in Axapta 2009 ?
Can it be used in following Scenario ?
if I Order 10 Quantity of Laptop, When the Delivery Comes, How to Receive them Serialwise and While Saling Laptop it should be Sell By Serial number Wise, How to do this Operation.
also How can i see in the inventory that which serial number laptop has sold out.
Item Deimension and Storage Dimension on Item has On.. so Just to Know How to Recieve Item Serialwise and Sell them serialwise and Identy Which Serial Number has sold Out.
Nirav Mody said:What is a Use of Serial Number in Axapta 2009 ?
Used to track the inventory...
Nirav Mody said:Can it be used in following Scenario ?
Nirav Mody said:if I Order 10 Quantity of Laptop, When the Delivery Comes, How to Receive them Serialwise and While Saling Laptop it should be Sell By Serial number Wise, How to do this Operation.
Do registration during the purchase receipt and create serial numbers during registration.
and you can sell them serial number wise...
The Problem Here is, it Allows me to append More Quqnity when Selling it.
Received 10 Qty of Item A, and Splited and Registered Giving Serial Number 1..2..3.....10 And Quantity 1 to each Serial Number.
Now When i make Sales Order and Select Serial number it Allows me to add More then 1 Qty. in Practical it should not allow me to do that as one Serial number shall have 1 Qty Only.
any Idea How to do this.
The serial number is irrelevant to the sale, it is the picking that confirms this and the picking process that handles it. If the system restricted the sales input to a quantity of one then most businesses would not buy it!
Adams, What i Want is, if I want to Sell 10 Quantity then it Must Allow me but 1 item for 1 Serial Number, not 10 items for 1 Serial Number. because we are also in retail and when customer calls for support we ask for Serial number on the Product and so that we can trace the all historical Data.
also want to Understand then what is the Purpose Serial Number in Axapta 2009...
The Serial number and Batch Number is used for tracking purpose.
For the given scenario, the following setups to be done in AX.
My suggestion is you can create a two item, Laptop - Final product for selling, Laptop-Raw - Purchase Item(ordered item)
and follow the above said settings and create & attach 2 different number groups.
Then while receiving material, you can do Registeration on posting packing slip.
At the time of sales delivery of items, you can do Reservation on posting Sales packing slip.
In the Transactions form, you can check which serial number has been used for selling item.
Thanks and regards,
D. Praveen Kumar.
Dear Praveen Kumar,
Thanks for the Reply, I had tried and it Seems, it is Working.
Once again Thank You Very Much For Reply.
Hi Adam/Pranav, we have similar situation where we want to be able to enter 'serial number' for the Finished Good item that we sell, so that the serial number is seen on the packing slip and invoices?
So, do we need to select "manual" in the Inventory Number Groups? - does AX allow us to manually enter "Serial Number?
we want to assign one unique serial number per finished good.
thanks for your help
Manual means you define the number, automatic would generate from the format defined (be careful you do not exceed the field size)
Yes we can select the serial numbers manually or automatic in SO.
Yes we can view the Serial number or Batch number on the Packing slip and Invoices. For this we need to do small setups in Accounts Receivable. Goto AR > Setup > Forms > Forms setup ..> go to Packing slip / Invoice (tabs) > Show in sheet field group ... You can select the Batch or Serial numbers. It will display the Serial or Batch numbers when we do Packing slip or Invoice.
Hi Sarathy, thanks. I am able to display the serial numbers on the packing slip. But I don't know where to pick serial numbers automatically.
I click on packing slip then under line tab, click on updateline and select "pick" to come to the pick screen. Here I can add the serial number one by one. but don't know where to select them automatically. that's the missing link.