Carrying out Action Messages from the Quick Journal is rescheduling the Assembly Orders dates

Moving the Demand Dates of Assembly Order Lines
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Presenter: Sune Lohse, Chief Strategy Officer

After I have suggested moving demand states, and it has calculated a lot of moving suggestions, the lines will apply in my journal, and I will carry out to the quick journal.

And in the quick journal, there will be rescheduling lines suggesting to move my assembly orders.

This is of course only if it’s an assembly to stock item.

From here I could carry out from the original date to the new due date, using standard functionality to carry out action message.

So, just select this one and carry out, and that moves the due date on the assembly order, so, thereby it postpones the supply, and we need to of course take that into account in our production.

And likewise, if I have moved assembly to order items into my sales orders, or I have calculated sales orders with assembly to stock item where I’ve moved the assembly orders like I just did in the other journal, here from my sales order handling, I can give this to my salesperson and tell them to inform the customers, and when they’re done with that, they could checkmark it in here if they want to, and then carry out actions in here to actually change the sales order lines, update the sales order lines, or they could just leave it in here.

So, here we are. Everything is updated.