Chapter 1: Production Series I Review
This chapter reviews the concepts introduced in the Production
Series I course. The review will quickly cover Bill of Material,
Work Centers, Routes and Operations, and Production Orders.
Chapter 2: Inventory Dimensions
In this chapter, you will review with students the use of inventory
dimensions in the production module of Microsoft Axapta. You will
also look at how to set up dimension groups, batch and serial
numbers, reservations, marking, and tracing.
Chapter 3: Subcontractor Work
In Microsoft Axapta there are three types of subcontractor work:
Purchase, Operations, and Production. This chapter will center on
subcontractor work within Microsoft Axapta and how it relates to BOM
lines, Purchase orders, Productions, and Operations.
Chapter 4: Advanced Production Scheduling
In Advanced Production Scheduling, the topics of property and task
group setup, routing groups, and split production orders will be
reviewed and discussed.
Chapter 5: Scrap and Waste
Scrap is one of a company’s expenses that can be managed and
calculated by using Microsoft Axapta. This chapter will review the
steps to set up the scrap percentage for processes, operations, and
Chapter 6: General Ledger in the Production Series
This chapter focuses on the interaction between the production
module and the general ledger in Microsoft Axapta. Subjects to
review with students include ledger settings and the accounts used
for transactions posing, how costing is calculated for consumption,
and the journals involved in the production module of Microsoft
Chapter 7: Manufacturing Strategies
This chapter reviews different manufacturing strategies and
discusses how these strategies are accomplished and supported within
Chapter 8: Implementing the Production Series
This final chapter will cover at a high level some of the tasks to
consider when implementing the production series at a customer site.
Before attending this course, students must have completed:
• Production Series I course
In addition, it is recommended, but not required, that students have
• Production Series I and II eCourse
• As well as having a fair understanding of the Trade and Logistics
functionality of Microsoft Axapta