You may notice that the Location Filter might not be effective when you run the report 5807 “Item Age Composition – Qty.” on NAV 2013 R2 to NAV 2016. On NAV 2009 Classic, NAV 2009 R2 and NAV 2017, you may not have that issue because they write the code in different ways. On NAV 2017, they use a function called FilterLinesWithItemToPlan rather than writing the code directly under Item-OnAfterGetRecord trigger. This blog will walk through the steps to correct this issue.
Need some clarity regarding the availability information in Dynamics NAV? This blog explains the availability information that displays when the “Item Availability by Location” option is selected. This option is available from several screens, but it typically accessed from the item card in Dynamics NAV.
You have spent all morning trying to figure out why items – that you know should show up for purchasing – does not show up in the planning worksheet. No matter what you select in the planning parameters on the Item Card is ignored by the planning.
You might have run into one of the small peculiarities of Dynamics NAV 2013 to 2015. The situation occurs if you have selected Location Mandatory on the Inventory Setup card and you are not using the manufacturing module.
In a previous blog, How to Cycle Count in Microsoft Dynamics NAV, Part 1: Counting by ABC Classification, we discussed how to cycle count using Classification codes in Microsoft Dynamics NAV. This blog walks through the cycle count process when using the count by warehouse location and how to use NAV to do so.
This blog post describes how you activate the ‘Directed Put-away and Pick’ functionality (also known as WMS or advanced warehousing) for an existing location in Microsoft Dynamics NAV. It could for example be that you have been using Dynamics NAV for a couple of years and your business has grown or changed and you want to start using the WMS functionality for an existing location (or at least check the functionality out in a test environment).
I have seen some questions on the various Dynamics NAV Forums about how to ‘Block’ a location in Dynamics NAV. Unfortunately there isn’t a current method to do so, so I offer this work-around. It is not the perfect solution, but it works. NOTE: This work-around is to not create (or remove) the Inventory Posting Setup for this location.