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Add item name to Planned orders form

The Planned orders and also the lists on Master planning workspace should also have at least the possibility to add InventTable.SearchName. The best would be Product name translation of the current session language.

It doesn't have to be in the actual form, but the view used for the fo...

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Ideas Administrator

Thank you for your feedback.

Updating this suggestion as Product name was made available on the Planned orders form some time ago. And it will also be available on a new lightweight planned order form in preview from 10.0.25.

Sincerely,

Christian Rytt

PM,

Microsoft.

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Planning Optimization add-in in French region

Currently planning Optimization Add-in cannot be installed via FR.LCS - There are no other available add-ins for installation. The Planning Optimization is currently available in the following Azure geographies: United States, Canada, Europe, United Kingdom, Austral...

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Thanks for your input! From today 27th of July 2022 Planning Optimization is available in France.

Best, 

Beatriz Nebot Gracia

Program Manager, Microsoft

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Need to be able to filter on FROM warehouse when in planned transfer orders

This is an enhancement that resolves a current showstopper, but it seems to be "as designed. When firming planned transfer orders to multi-line transfer orders, attempting to fill a truck, we need to filter on planned transfers with the same from-to warehouses. That is currently not possible. ...

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This idea should be resolved with version 7.3 where the Firm all option was added.

If you add the field From warehouse to the Planned orders you can apply a filter on the From warehouse in the "column sorting/filtering". With the filter applied you can choose to Firm all, where only planned transfer orders in the filter will be included.

 

Sincerely,

Christian Rytt

Program Manager, Microsoft 

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Add the ability to filter on the "From warehouse" on the Planned orders area page.

The ability to filter the planned orders field will assist for companies that have multiple orders that generate planned transfer. Filtering is a key business activity for order planners.

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Thank you for your feedback. 

The ability to filter on the "From warehouse" on the Planned orders form can be achieved by adding the Warehouse dimension. This is done from Display -> Dimensions, select Warehouse, and then save the setup. The Planned orders form now includes both the Warehouse and From warehouse columns. You can then add a filter on the From warehouse with the normal sorting/filtering options in the grid.

Sincerely, 

Christian Rytt 

PM, Microsoft 

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Replenishment based on Reorder point (ROP)

Through the Safety stock-calculation we already have the possibility to calculate the ROP-levels based on the average issue during lead time. However, as the Master scheduling regards the date when the Minimum quantity is reached as a Requirement date (Delivery date) - and not as an Order date...

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Category: Planning (214)

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Ideas Administrator

Thank you for your feedback.

During 2021 release wave 2, we shipped "Priority based planning" for Planning Optimization, which allows you to fulfill the orders where the net flow is lower than the reorder point. 

Details on priority based planning can be found in: 

Priority-based planning - Supply Chain Management | Dynamics 365 | Microsoft Docs

Optimize your supply chain with priority-based planning - Microsoft Dynamics 365 Blog

Sincerely,

Beatriz Nebot Gracia

PM,

Microsoft.

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Include negative days into MRP Planning Optimization

The new planning optimization for MRP does not consider the negative and positive days! The official statement of Microsoft is: "This works as designed. Planning optimization does not support negative days and we do not have plans to support the parameter in the current form and shape." The plan...

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Delay tolerance (aks Negative days) is supported for Planning Optimization with version 10.0.21 (preview in 10.0.20). Delay tolerance is enabled via feature management: ‘Negative days for Planning Optimization’.

For additional information, see Delay tolerance (negative days) - Supply Chain Management | Dynamics 365 | Microsoft Docs

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Treat negative on hands as 0 in master planning

Treat negative on hand inventory values as 0 in master planning. In the retail industry, it is required to allow inventory in the stores to go negative, however master planning should not use the negative value in replenishment since it will cause over ordering.

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Ideas Administrator

Thank you for your feedback.

This is a great suggestion! We have incorporated this in the design for the Planning Optimization service.

For more information, see Planning with negative on-hand quantities - Supply Chain Management | Dynamics 365 | Microsoft Docs

Sincerely,

Christian Rytt

PM,

Microsoft.

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Allocation of orders based on customer, delivery date and user logic

a) User requires a process to allocate the inventory against the sales order. b) Users should be able to define the priority List. c) Based on the priority list and the logic, system would allocate the inventory against the sales order.

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Thanks for your feedback! Since 2021 release wave 2 it is now possible to control the priority on the sales order lines and the system will suggest supply that matches the priority you defined for each of the sales order lines.

You must assign "Priority" coverage code to those products which you would like to be supplied according to its demand priority. More information on it can be found in the Microsoft docs page: Priority-based planning - Supply Chain Management | Dynamics 365 | Microsoft Docs

Sincerely,

Beatriz Nebot Gracia

Product Manager, Microsoft