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That's a great idea.
I even think that this simulation should be done over several fiscal years.
we have the same issue. There can be a dozen resources on a project for three months, 3-4 days a week. They are booked from the anticipated project start data and if the start date slips it becomes a painful task to move the bookings.
more over it should generate the aging report respective to business unit also. Either by filter criteria or any other process
I've achieved this using either the NonTransactionalLoyaltyActivityV2Entity OR Loyalty transactions entity to create a transaction for the points.
It's a standard business case and should be reflected in business application like D365 FO
True DRP is a very hard problem to model.
Firstly you have to set what your distribution strategy is (do I optimise for distance, delivery time, total fulfilment time... etc.), you also have to model your operational setup (are you a network warehousing system, a hub and spoke system, a node-satellite system). Then you have to define fulfilment rules: which warehouse to look in first, do I pick partial quantity or not, what happens if that warehouse has an order coming in, do I consider it or not?
As you can see it is an engine of its own, and attempting to write a functionality without considering all these values might mean we have a functionality that doesn't cater for most real life scenarios which means it won't be used.
I thought I'd shed some light on the complexity here, but I think we really lack a proper DRP function in D365SCM.
Can we also have that on every production screen too?
Planned Production Orders
Sequenced batch orders
This would be a huge benefit, the preview is to small to clearly read any text and recently the zoom + & - buttons have disappeared so we do not have the option to zoom in, therefore having to download the documents
Can I also add that we need to sequence all the following:
1- Planned Batch orders
2- Planned Production orders
3- Batch orders
4- Production orders
It is very sad to not read this as part of the BC Wave 1 2021 release. Why?