Tag Archives: Manufacturing

Production Lead Time using Routings
The production lead time if you are using routings in Microsoft Dynamics NAV is the sum of the lead times for the operations that each can have 5 [...]
The Low-Level Code
Do you know what the low-level code in Microsoft Dynamics NAV is used for? And do you know how it is maintained? The low-level codes are critical for [...]
Custom Business Chart Add-In Example for NAV 2013 R2
Here is an example of how to create a custom chart in Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013 R2 using the business chart control add-in that is provided by the [...]
Production Order Posting to General Ledger
How Microsoft Dynamics NAV posts into the general ledger from production orders is something that you must know when implementing it in a [...]
BOM Cost Share Distribution Report
One of the new reports in Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013 is the BOM Cost Share Distribution Report that came with the assembly functionality. It is a [...]
Custom Progress Bar in Dynamics NAV 2013 R2
Here is an example of how you can create a customized progress bar in Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013 R2. It uses the System.Drawing.Graphics .net method [...]
Default Dimension Priorities for Production Order Components
In one of my earlier blog posts, Dimensions on Production Orders, I described how the dimensions on the production orders in Microsoft Dynamics NAV gets [...]
Simple Production with Generic Backflush Routing
You can run production in Microsoft Dynamics NAV with only production BOMs and without any routings. A reason for this is typically that you don’t [...]
Production Lot Sizes
In the manufacturing part of Microsoft Dynamics NAV there are two Lot Size fields; one is on the item or stockkeeping unit card and the other one is on the [...]
Create Production Order from Sales Order for Partial Quantity
Most of us know that you can create production orders from sales orders in Microsoft Dynamics NAV. When doing this the production orders are reserved [...]