Chapter 1: Introduction to Production
The first chapter is intended to be an overview and introduces some
of the basic production concepts used in Microsoft Axapta. Bill of
Materials, Work Centers, Routes, and Production Orders are defined
along with an overview of their use in the Microsoft Axapta
Chapter 2: Bill of Materials
In this chapter you learn the advanced features available in the
Microsoft Axapta Bill of Materials.
Chapter 3: Work Centers
In this chapter you learn how to set up and configure work centers
as well as how subcontractor work is performed in the Microsoft
Axapta Production module.
Chapter 4: Routes and Operations
In this chapter we learn how to set up and configure operations and
routes as well as some advanced concepts such as Route Network,
Scrap, and Costing.
Chapter 5: Production Orders
In this chapter you about the Production Order Status, how to create,
estimate, and schedule production orders using both Job scheduling
and Operations Scheduling. You also learn about Capacity Planning
and Gantt Charts.
Chapter 6: Production and Costing
This chapter explains how to group Production Orders by using
Production Groups and Production Pools and covers the physical
implementation of the production order cycle up through the
Chapter 7: Inquiries and Reports
In this chapter you get a first-hand look at the inquiries and
reports that available in the Production series. You are shown how
to locate and use these tools in addition to selection, sorting,
querying, and printing techniques.
Chapter 8: Case Study
This Case Study is the final chapter in Production Series 1. The
Case Study challenges the student to use the knowledge gained
throughout this course to help Monster Bikes Inc., deliver their
first new Road Racer. In performing this task, the student receives
the opportunity to practice the skills they have acquired.
Before attending this course, students must have:
• Axapta Introduction and Working with BOM's is recommended
In addition, it is recommended, but not required, that students have
• Production Series I eCourse
• As well as having a fair understanding of the Trade and Logistics
functionality of Microsoft Axapta