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28 June 2013

Project item requirements in AX 2012 R2

by Patrik Luca 3 comments

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Introduction

Some changes to project item requirements are introduced since AX 2012 R2.

Changes in AX 2012 R2

The Item requirements form moved from the Manage to the Plan tab in the ribbon.

You can create Sales orders of Order type Item requirements. As consequence, you can create as many Item requirements Sales orders as you want on the same project. Hence you could group your Item requirements based on Delivery date, and also if that group of item requirements changes of Delivery date, you can simply adapt it on the Sales order heading in stead of having to do it Order line by Order line.
Although you can create Sales orders of Order type Item requirements, you still can’t post the Packing Slip from the Project sales orders form: you still can only book it on the Item requirements form.

Comments 3 comments
zaq said...

Hi Patrik,

Good post by you.

I have some doubt regarding copy project creation.

When i copy the project values, the item requirement values are missing in the standard.

Original project has the item requirements. But copied project didn't have the item requirement values.

Needs to know the exact reason behind this issue.

Regards,
Zahir

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