Marking Between Production Orders

Hi Guys,

In AX2009, When I firmed a planned production order for an Item, it created a link (marking) to an existing production order BOM line. I want to know how to remove this link and how to stop creating this link in future. Infolog is shown below: Pls share your expertise to resolve my issue. Thanks in advance.

  • What are the component settings on the line? Does AX2009 have pegged supply or reference order I cannot remember which.
  • In reply to AdamRoue:

    @AdamRoue

    Line type is Item. AX2009 have "Item, Phantom, Production & Vendor"
  • In reply to SaraShan:

    That could mean you have marking set in the master planning parameters, or on the run itself. You need to look at the process and settings, so just firming causes this, and you state that a production line exists, so why is it being made, why is it marking. Turn marking off does the overall process still work? I guess you have excessive production and marking set causing the link to be created.
  • In reply to AdamRoue:

    @AdamRoue

    Thanks for your response.

    I am working in Proto Environment. I didn't set any marking. I need help to find where to find "set marking and to remove marking" in parameters?
  • In reply to SaraShan:

    Proto? You mean a test environment? Is this a company you have created yourself?

    Look in Master Planning - Setup - Master Planning Parameters - Standard Update and the Update Marking flag - this is also held on the tab when running MRP so check it is correct. I am guessing this is not set to No.

    Otherwise you need to look at the reservation in the Production parameters - if reservation is set at start and you firm to start it will mark teh transaction in an attempt to reserve the related inbound supply. Again it would be a case of not reserving to remove the message.
  • In reply to AdamRoue:

    Yes I am working in test envi. MRP parm is set to NO and Reservation in Prod parm is set to MANUAL. How do I remove this marking between two production orders?
  • In reply to SaraShan:

    So no reservations, no reference production orders and no marking means there should be no message. You will need a developer to debug it and tell you the cause.

    I would suggest running it all again clean, because picking up a already created production order implies to me marking or reservation is on for that planned run. Goes back to the data and the processes I am afraid, a developer debugging should be able to point you to it.
  • In reply to AdamRoue:

    Okay. Thank you for your response.
  • In reply to SaraShan:

    Look at the inventory transactions related to that production order - do you see a value in reference lot?
  • In reply to Kranthi:

    @Kranthi

    yes I do see a value in Reference lot in one production order as "LOT_00063057". what does mean? pls explain...
  • In reply to SaraShan:

    It is marked with the lot id. Click on Inventory -> Marking (to remove marking).
  • In reply to Kranthi:

    @Kranthi

    If I click on Inventory>Marking, I see below form, how do I remove marking? Pls advise.

  • In reply to Kranthi:

    That is the marking of one production to another. Whilst the error states marking exists, nothing in the setup would seem to state why there is marking - hence the part about understanding the process and data :-)
  • In reply to AdamRoue:

    OK. It seems to be a data issue.
    @Sara - If you go to the transaction related to reference lot. Can you also see reference lot on it?
  • In reply to Kranthi:

    @Kranthi

    sorry I lost you. which form should I go to? to see transaction related to reference lot.
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