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Sequencing planned production order within Master planning - 365 Community

Sequencing planned production order within Master planning

In some manufactured contexts, you will need to consider scheduling production order sorted by some criteria. By default, master planning take into entry the requirement date issued from forecast, min/max or sales order entries. You can retrieve this by exploring any planned production order under the Pegging tab. Sometimes, you would like to sort using different criteria. Some industries…

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Sequencing planned production order within Master planning – D365Tour

Posted by In some manufactured contexts, you will need to consider scheduling production order sorted by some criteria. By default, master planning take into entry the requirement date issued from forecast, min/max or sales order entries. You can retrieve this by exploring any planned production order under the Pegging tab.

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