I am having a problem using on hand inventory as safety stock. So, even if I have more inventory on hand than the minimum stock key, a replenishment order is created.
The "Fulfill minimum" key is set as "Today" but as I get it, if I have enough inventory I should not have an order to replenish the safety stock today.
Negative days are set as zero and positive days are 365.
Thank you all.
In reply to Nacho Garcia:
Steve Weaver | Dynamics AX Solution Architect - UK
This forum post is my own opinion.
In reply to AdamRoue:
If I remove the demand it doesn't create any order.
There's the full picture of the net requirements.
Now there are two possibilities:
There you are, a planned order to refill stock above minimum placed today. It will do the same with forecast.
In reply to Chan Stevens:
OK. It's a language issue. I had AX2012 set to EN-GB, if I set AX2012 to EN-US it changes to Planned production orders:
Good to know!
Hi Chan, I've just set my settings with EN-GB lenguaje, I review the enums for the (ReqTrans).RefType that you pointed out. "Planned works order" is a valid label, there is no customization there.
Nacho... the finished product you are using, are you creating it from scratch inside AX with native functionality? Are you using any customization or import tool to create the item?
In reply to Héctor Eduardo Cazot:
As long as I know this is not a CatchWeight item:
Dimension group are the following:
Static plan has the following configuration:
And the planning table is empty because I'm not using it:
Thank you very much,