Carrying out actions on suggestions for Assembly-to-Stock Items creates Quick Journal lines with Action message Reschedule only

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

When I’m carrying out action messages for lines on assembly orders for assembly to stock items I wouldn’t expect it to include my sales orders.

This is if for instance I’m check marking my item number 3300 here I can see that it places three check marks on different lines here and if I’m scrolling right to investigate those line I can see it’s an assembly order with an assembly order number and two assembly components they are tied together because it’s the same order that we are talking about moving so, if I carry out action on this one it will create a rescheduling line for this assembly order but it’s not tied to the sales order even though this item is used in both sales orders in the end here.

Since it’s not linked it’s a separate action because it’s a sample to stock so, when I carry out actions like this it create one rescheduling line moving my assembly order this assembly order from one date to the other date and it creates no sales handling lines so, if I’m looking into my sales handling journal that will be no line created in here.

So, this is how I move assembly to stock items.