Exam MB6-870

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Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012
Trade and Logistics
Published: August 29, 2011

Language(s): English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Spanish, Chinese (Simplified)

Audience(s): Information Workers

Technology: Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012

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Overview

Preparing for an Exam
This certification exam measures your ability to understand and articulate how to use, maintain, and support
Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 trade and logistics functionality including managing the supply chain foundation,
managing distribution and trade, and managing BOMs.

Exam Topics Covered
The following list includes the topic areas covered on this exam.
 Managing the Supply Chain Foundation

 Managing Distribution and Trade

 Managing Bills of Materials

Audience Profile
This exam is intended for individuals who are accountable for the typical daily procedures required to effectively
use Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 trade and logistics functionality. This audience typically includes product
designers, store managers, sales and purchase managers, salespeople, purchasers, and other people responsible
for bill of materials (BOM) setup and administration, trade and logistics, inventory and warehouse management,
and product information management.

Additional Skills Recommended:
General working knowledge of purchase and inbound operations, sales and outbound operations, and inventory
management. Working knowledge of Windows 7 and Microsoft Office 2010.

Note This preparation guide is subject to change at any time without prior notice and at the sole discretion of
Microsoft. Microsoft exams might include adaptive testing technology and simulation items. Microsoft does not
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regardless of its format.
Skills Measured

Skills Being MeasuredThis exam measures your ability to accomplish the technical tasks listed below.The
percentages indicate the relative weight of each major topic area on the exam.The higher the percentage, the
more questions you are likely to see on that content area on the exam.

The information after “This objective may include but is not limited to” is intended to further define or scope the
objective by describing the types of skills and topics that may be tested for the objective. However, it is not an
exhaustive list of skills and topics that could be included on the exam for a given skill area. You may be tested
on other skills and topics related to the objective that are not explicitly listed here.
Managing the Supply Chain Foundation (38 percent)
 Managing product information.
 This topic may include: supply chain logistics; defining products; modeling configurable
products; authorizing product setup in a legal entity; finalizing product setup in a legal entity;
defining products as not stocked
 Setting up inventory management.
 This topic may include: item types; item groups; item model groups; storage and tracking
dimension groups; warehouse management; inventory parameters; defining inventory policies
 Managing purchase orders.
 This topic may include: working with purchase orders; purchase order types; setting up
account payable purchase parameters; purchasing not-stocked items; shipping to multiple
addresses; managing delivery schedules; change management; processing purchase orders;
generating a receipts list; generating a product receipt
 Managing serial and batch numbers.
 This topic may include: handling storage and tracking dimensions; manual allocation;
automatic allocation; tracing
 Managing sales orders.
 This topic may include: working with sales orders; sales order types; sales parameters; sales
orders for not-stocked items; shipping to multiple addresses; using enhanced delivery date
control; managing delivery schedules; managing available ship dates and receipt dates; order
entry deadlines; direct delivery; generating a sales order confirmation; generating a sales order
picking list; processing a picking list registration; processing a sales order packing slip; shipping
carrier interfaces
 Managing quality and quarantine.
 This topic may include: setting up quality management basics; setting up automatic quality
order generation; creating a manual quality order; working with a non-conformance; managing
quality reports and certificates; setup parameters for quarantine warehouses; managing item
quarantines; managing inventory transactions on quarantined items; item dimension–based
quality checks; automatic initiation of quality orders when goods are registered
 Managing inventory journals and reports.
 This topic may include: setting up inventory journals; managing inventory adjustment and
movement journals; transfer journals; BOM journals; counting journals; creating a journal-
specific setup; tag-counting journals; ABC inventory classification; inventory reports;
forecasting reports; inventory blocking
Managing Distribution and Trade (31 percent)
 Managing over/under delivery and charges.
 This topic may include: over/under delivery setup and transactions; methods of adding a
charge; price settings; charge codes; manual charges; automatic charges; landed cost charges;
adding charges to a purchase order invoice; allocating charges; maximum approval limits

 Managing customer and vendor agreements.
 This topic may include: activating trade agreements; setting up trade agreements; trade
agreement parameters; trade agreement policies; supplementary items; managing purchase and
sales agreements
 Managing item arrival and registration.
 This topic may include: setting up item registration; using the arrival overview form;
managing not-stocked item arrivals
 Managing sales quotations.
 This topic may include: setting up sales quotations; working with quotations; managing
additional sales quotation features
 Managing item reservations.
 This topic may include: reservations, dimensions, and transactions; manual and automatic
reservations; selection of lots; explosion reservations; view reservations; blocking reservations;
lock reservations; canceling reservations; batch reservations; picking reserved items
 Picking sales orders.
 This topic may include: enabling sales order picking and setup; releasing sales order picking;
managing picking operations
 Managing returns.
 This topic may include: setting up customer returns; creating a return order; managing item
arrival and receipt registration; managing quarantine orders; managing replacement orders;
handling not-stocked item returns; creating vendor returns; creating vendor returns for serialized
items
 Managing commissions.
 This topic may include: setting up a commission; viewing commission transactions; managing
commission transactions for returned items
 Managing transfer orders.
 This topic may include: setting up transfer orders; using the transfer order form; selecting
items for a transfer order; shipping and receiving a transfer order; managing goods in transit
Managing Bills of Materials (31 percent)
 Creating simple BOMs.
 This topic may include: using the BOM form; working with BOMs in the BOM Designer;
approving and activating BOMs
 Creating versioned BOMs with versions.
 This topic may include: creating BOMs by using the Released Products form; activating
multiple BOM versions; copying BOM versions; changing BOM versions; creating BOMs with
a version from the BOM form; creating BOMs with versions in the BOM Designer; managing
quantity-dependent BOMs; working with validity dates and sub-BOMs on component lines
 Working with BOM and product configurations.
 This topic may include: managing BOM configurations; managing product configurations
 Working with BOM calculations.
 This topic may include: managing the BOM calculation structure; managing cost groups, profit
settings, and calculation groups; viewing costing versions and BOM calculations; cost and sales
price calculations; managing explosion mode and BOM stop explosion
 Managing sales orders and BOMs.
 This topic may include: configurable BOMs and sales orders; viewing BOMs in a sales order;
exploding a BOM from a sales order; calculating a BOM from a sales order
 Managing scrap and measurement.
 This topic may include: BOM scrap; BOM measurement
 Managing reports and other BOM functionality.
 This topic may include: reporting a BOM as finished; standard BOM reports; managing other
BOM functionality

Practice TestsThere are no practice tests currently available. chat with a Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP):  Visit our MCP newsgroups To find out about recommended blogs. Accounts Receivable. Spanish Audience(s): Information Workers . Italian. Accounts Payable. Master Planning. 2011 Language(s): English. French. Japanese. Learning Plans and Classroom Training  80305A: Supply Chain Foundation in Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 (2 Days)  80339A: Bill of Materials in Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 (2 Days)  80306A: Distribution and Trade in Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 (3 Days) Microsoft E-Learning  80306AE: Distribution and Trade in Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 (9 Hours)  80305AE: Supply Chain Foundation in Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 (7 Hours)  80339AE: Bill of Materials in Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 (7 Hours) Microsoft Press BooksThere are no Microsoft Press books currently available. Production and Basic Online Help available from within the Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 product. German. and upcoming Live Meetings on popular topics. 80308: Procurement in Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 Community Have Questions?For advice about training and certification. Microsoft Online Resources General Ledger. visit our community site:  Visit the Microsoft Learning community Course 80305A: Supply Chain Foundation in Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 Length: 2 Days Published: September 09. Web sites. Inventory Management. These training resources do not necessarily cover all of the topics listed in the "Skills Measured" tab. Chinese (Simplified). Microsoft Learning recommends that you have hands-on experience with the product and that you use the following training resources.Preparation Materials Preparation Tools and ResourcesTo help you prepare for this exam. connect with peers:  Visit the training and certification forum For questions about a specific certification.

students will be able to:  Create products and product masters. and other people in organizations responsible for the setup and administration of trade and logistics and inventory management functionality.  Generate purchase and sales transactions.  Discuss how to authorize product setup for legal entities.  Create and process a transfer journal.  Create purchase orders and sales orders. Supply Chain Foundation in Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012. Audience Profile This course is intended for customers and partners who want to learn the basic features and develop a working knowledge of the typical daily procedures required to effectively use Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 Supply Chain functionality.  Create and process a Bill of Materials (BOM) journal.  Understand how to use journals to make inventory adjustments. . provides students with the necessary tools and resources to perform basic tasks in the trade and inventory flow in Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012. purchasers.  Understand non conformances. The class is intended for sales and purchase managers.  Set up quality management. salespeople.  Create and process an inventory adjustment and inventory movement journal.  Discuss how to define a not stocked product. At Course Completion After completing this course.  Use quality orders.  Create and correct packing slip and product receipts. Level: 200 Technology: Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 Type: Course Delivery Method: Instructor-led (classroom) Hide all items Overview About this Course This two-day instructor-led course.  Assign and manage serial and batch numbers  Set up quality control.

 Explain the concept of warehouse management.  Describe the concept of product masters and their variants.  Discuss the concept of inventory management.  Describe the concept of quality management. Module 2: Product Information Management This module concentrates on how to create and set up a new product. Lessons  Introduction  Defining Products  Modeling Configurable Products  Inventory Dimension Groups  Authorizing Product Setup in a Legal Entity  Finalizing Product Setup in a Legal Entity  Default Order and Site Settings  Item Pricing  Unit of Measure  Defining Products as Not Stocked Lab : Create and Release Product MastersLab : Create and Apply a Product Template to Multiple Products After completing this module. Lessons  Introduction  Supply Chain  Product Information Management  Inventory Management  Warehouse Management  Quality Management After completing this module. Creating new products is completed through the Product information management module. .  Understand how to use the Counting journal to support and adjust physical inventory counts. students will be able to:  Explain the concepts of supply chain in Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012. Course Details Course OutlineModule 1: Overview This module provides a general overview of Supply Chain in Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012.  Describe the concept of product information management. students will be able to:  Describe the concept of products.

students will be able to:  Set up an item group. Lessons  Introduction  Working with Purchase Orders  Set up Purchasing Parameters  Create a Purchase Order  Process a Purchase Order  Generate Purchase Order Documents  Change Management . Additionally.  Determine posting types that are associated with item groups and investigate what they are used for. All item-based data that is created in Inventory Management is used by the company accounts for purchases. Module 3: Inventory Management Setup This module concentrates on finalization of product setup. and projects.  Set up item pricing. It also discusses many posting techniques and processes that you can apply when you work with purchase orders in Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012.  Set up units of measurement and unit conversion. warehouse management.  Describe how to create a not stocked product. when you are purchasing and selling inventory. automatic updates of item prices and costing versions.  Set up an inventory model group and state the effect of different parameter settings in the groups on items. Module 4: Purchase Orders Create purchase orders by using the Header and Line views.  Discuss inventory dimension groups.  Set up a site and warehouse and attach it to a product.  Create and release products to an enterprise. Inventory posting profiles control which ledger accounts are used and when they are used.  Set up default order settings. inventory journals. and purchase parameters.  Discuss how to finalize a released product.  Describe the variant configuration technology types. production. sales. purchase order types. Lessons  Introduction  Item Groups  Item Model Groups  Storage and Tracking Dimension Groups  Warehouse Management Lab : Create an Inventory Model Group and Apply it to a Released Product After completing this module. inventory posting profiles are discussed.

 Review additional tasks that can be completed for a purchase order.  Create a purchase order and add lines to it.  Review the list pages and inquiries that are available for purchase orders.  Generate a purchase order receipts list and product receipt. Additionally. Also. Module 6: Sales Orders This module focuses on how to create sales orders by using the Header and Line views.  Use a transfer order to edit serial and batch numbers.  Set up purchasing parameters. and sales parameters. students will be able to:  Review the various forms and list pages for working with purchase orders. it focuses on how to use the serial and batch number tracing functionality in Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012. students will be able to:  Set up a tracking dimension group to allow for serial and batch number allocation. inventory posting profiles are discussed.  Review the change management process. It also discusses many posting techniques and processes that you apply when you work with sales orders in Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012. allocate.  Purchase Order Tasks  Purchase Order Inquiries and List Pages Lab : Create Purchase OrdersLab : Change management After completing this module.  Allocate serial and batch numbers manually to a product. and change serial numbers and batch numbers.  Process a purchase order. Lessons  Working with Sales Orders . and set up the system for change management. Module 5: Serial and Batch Numbers This module explains how serial numbers and batch numbers are used and how to set up. sales order types.  Set up a product to automatically have batch and serial numbers allocated. Lessons  Dimension Group – Tracking Dimensions  Manual Allocation  Automatic Allocation  Tracing Lab : Set Up an Item with Manual Allocation of Serial NumbersLab : Set Up an Automatically Allocated Serialized ItemLab : Trace Items After completing this module.  Use the trace inventory dimension function to track a product's inventory dimensions.

 Specify multiple delivery addresses for sales order lines.  Discuss how to generate a sales order confirmation. Module 7: Quality Management This module is designed to introduce the Quality management functionality in Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012. Lessons .  Set up the Delivery dates feature to specify and update requested dates.  Discuss how to generate a sales order picking list.  Review the picking list registration process.  Create an order of the Direct delivery type and update the order  Review the sales order posting status and profiles.  Sales Order Types  Set Up Sales Parameters  Creating a Sales Order  Ship to Multiple Addresses  Delivery Schedule  Enhanced Delivery Date Control  Available Ship and Receipt Dates  Order Entry Deadlines  Direct Delivery  Generate a Sales Order Confirmation  Generate a Sales Order Picking List  Generate a Picking List Registration  Generate a Sales Order Packing Slip  Shipping Carrier Interface Lab : Create a Sales OrderLab : Setting up Transport TimesLab : Direct Delivery After completing this module.  Create order entry deadlines and order entry deadline groups for sites.  Explore the Shipment carrier interface feature.  Discuss how to set up a delivery schedule on a sales order.  Determine and apply different sales order types. students will be able to:  Review the various forms and list pages for working with sales orders.  Set up account receivable order parameters.  Use the Available dates feature to specify and update request dates.  Create a sales order and add lines to it.  Discuss how to generate a packing slip for a sales order.

 Make non conformance correction.  Review quality reports and certificate of analysis functionality. Inventory journals are used for posting physical and financial inventory transactions including posting issues and receipts. Lessons  Introduction  Inventory Journals Setup  Inventory Adjustment and Movement Journals  Transfer Journals  Bill of Material Journals  Counting Journals  Counting Journal Setup  Creating and Processing a Counting Journal  Tag Counting Journals  Inventory Blocking Lab : Create a Movement JournalLab : Create an Inventory Adjustment JournalLab : Create a Transfer JournalLab : Create a Bill of Materials JournalLab : Create a Counting Journal After completing this module. students gain an understanding of Inventory journals in Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 by reviewing the initial setup and each journal.  Set up dimension groups and inventory dimensions for journals.  Set up posting for inventory journals  Create and process inventory adjustment and movement inventory journals. Module 8: Inventory Journals In this module. .  Explain how to create and use manual quality orders.  Work with a non conformance.  Set up automatic quality order generation. students will be able to:  Describe the setup of the quality management feature’s quality control component. and reconciliation of physical inventory. inventory movements. students will be able to:  Create journal names for inventory journals.  Introduction  Set Up Quality Management Basics  Set Up Automatic Quality Order Generation  Create a Manual Quality Order  Work with a Non Conformance  Quality Reports and Certificates Lab : Set Up Quality Management BasicsLab : Set Up Automatic Quality Order GenerationLab : Create a Manual Quality Order After completing this module. creating Bills of Material.

 The ability to use Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 for basic processing. Spanish Audience(s): Information Workers Level: 200 . Chinese (Simplified). French.  Set up warehouse items and counting groups.  Completed the Introduction to Microsoft DynamicsAX 2012 course.  Community Looking for training resources. students must have:  General knowledge of Microsoft Windows. Italian.  Prerequisites Before attending this course.  Block an inventoried item.  Create and process a counting journal. 2011 Language(s): English.  Explain counting journals.  Basic knowledge of trade and logistics and inventory management concepts.  Create and process a tag counting journal.  Create and process a bill of material (BOM) journal. German.Preparing for an exam now? Find your Microsoft Certification Study Group.Talk to us on these social networks:  Facebook  Twitter  LinkedIn Course 80339A: Bill of Materials in Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 Length: 2 Days Published: September 22. Japanese. events and advice from peers? Join the Microsoft Training and Certification Community.  Create and process a transfer journal.

 Explain the BOM calculation structure. Technology: Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 Type: Course Delivery Method: Instructor-led (online) Show all items Overview About this Course This two-day instructor-led course introduces the features of Bill of Materials functionality in Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012.  Describe the concept and purpose of BOM versions.  Describe how to copy and change BOM versions. use.  Create BOMs from the Released products list page. students will be able to:  Understand the Bill of Material Creation Process. and rules.  Explain validity dates and sub-BOMs on BOM component lines.  Explain the concepts of BOMs in Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012.  Create and edit BOMs by using the BOM designer.  Describe. customers.  Describe the purpose and advantages of BOM and Item configurations. . and use Item configurations. set up.  Describe the purpose. and setup of configuration groups.planned cost and BOM calculations with the Summary and Complete functions. Audience Profile This course is intended for partners.  Describe and set up Cost groups. and Microsoft team members with moderate knowledge of Bill of Materials functionality in a Distribution and Trade environment. routes. and Calculation groups.  Describe the different BOM forms.  Set up and view costing versions .  Create and edit BOMs by using the BOM designer.  Describe how to use the Bills of Materials form to assign and create BOM versions. At Course Completion After completing this course.  Create simple BOMs by using the Bills of Materials form.  Describe the standard BOM creation process.  Describe and create a quantity dependent BOM.  Describe how to activate BOM versions. Profit settings.

 Explain the purpose of reporting a BOM as finished by using the Max. from the following areas:  Periodic folder  Released products list page  BOM journal  Describe standard Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 reports:  Lines  Where-used  BOM calculations  Describe other BOM functionality:  Changing and Checking BOMs  Sorting BOM lines Course Details Course OutlineModule 1: Bill of Materials Overview . report as finishedform.  View the BOM structure from a sales order.  Access the Report as Finished process.  Run and review cost and sales price calculations.  Explain BOM calculation Explosion mode and Stop Explosion.  Describe and set up scrap parameters:  Constant and variable scrap on the BOM  BOM calculations by using scrap  Explain and set up measurement configurations:  Consumption calculation  Rounding-up  Measurement dimensions  Conversion factors  Perform BOM calculations by using measurements.  Explain the Calculation for a costing version form.  Explode a BOM from a sales order.  Calculate a BOM from a sales order.  Create a sales order by using a configurable BOM.

this section covers activating.  Create and edit BOMs by using the BOM designer. Lessons  Introduction  BOM Versions Overview  Creating BOMs by Using the Released Products List Page  Activate Multiple BOM Versions  Copy BOM Versions  Change BOM Versions  Create BOMs with Versions in the Bills of Materials Form  Create BOMs with Versions in the BOM Designer Form  Quantity Dependent BOMs  Working with Validity Dates and Sub-BOMs on Component Lines .  Describe the different BOM forms. different forms used. This covers general concepts. Module 2: Creating Simple BOMs This chapter explains how to create simple BOMs by using the Bills of materials form. and create and edit simple BOMs by using the BOM designer. and changing BOM versions. BOM features and elements. students will be able to:  Understand the BOM Creation Process  Explain the concepts of BOMs in Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012. in addition to creating quantity- dependent BOMs and by using other version-related functionality.1  Create a BOM without a Version Lab : 2. Module 3: Creating BOMs with Versions This chapter explains the concept of version control. and the standard BOM creation process. and describes how to create BOMs with versions.2  Create a BOM in the BOM Designer After completing this module.  Describe the standard BOM creation process. In addition. students will be able to:  Create simple BOMs by using the Bills of materials form. Lessons  Introduction  General Concepts  Using BOMs and Routes in Multisite Production Environments  BOM Features and Elements  Bills of Materials Form Overview  Bill of Material Creation Process After completing this module.This chapter provides an overview of the Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 Bill of Materials functionality. copying. Lessons  Introduction  Using the Bills of Materials Form to Create Simple BOMs  Working with BOMs in the BOM Designer Lab : 2.

 Describe and create a quantity dependent BOM. Module 5: Working with BOM Calculations This chapter explains the BOM calculation structure used in Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012. in addition to the use and set up of Cost groups. and setup of configuration groups. and Calculation Groups .  Create and edit BOMs by using the BOM designer. Calculation groups. exclusions to BOM calculations are discussed.2  Create Configuration Routes Lab : 4. Configuration routes. and Costing versions. use. Profit settings. routes.3  Create Configuration Rules Lab : 4.  Describe how to activate BOM versions. and rules.  Describe how to copy and change BOM versions. Lessons  Introduction  Purpose of BOM and Item Configurations  BOM Configurations  Item Configurations Lab : 4.  Explain validity dates and sub-BOMs on BOM component lines. including cost and sales price calculations is also addressed. Module 4: Working with BOM and Item Configurations This chapter explains the purpose.  Describe. and use Item configurations. use.  Create BOMs from the Released products list page.4  Add Item Configurations After completing this module. and Configuration rules are discussed.  Describe how to use the Bills of materials form to assign and create BOM versions. Lessons  Introduction  BOM Calculation  Cost Groups. students will be able to:  Describe the purpose and advantages of BOM and Item configurations. In addition. Configuration groups.1  Create and Use Configuration Groups Lab : 4. Profit Settings. students will be able to:  Describe the concept and purpose of BOM versions. Finally. set up.2  Creating a BOM with a Version in the BOM Designer After completing this module.  Describe the purpose.1  Creating a BOM with a Version from the Released Products List Page Lab : 3. and setup of BOM configurations and Item Configurations.Lab : 3. Running and viewing BOM calculations.

conversion factors.  Explode a BOM from a sales order.planned cost and BOM calculations with the Summary and Complete functions.1  Add BOM Scrap and Run Calculations Lab : 7. exploding. Explosion mode.2  Create a Calculation Group Lab : 5.  Run and review cost and sales price calculations.  Explain BOM calculation.1  Create a Cost Group with Profit Settings Lab : 5.3  Running BOM Calculations and Comparing Results After completing this module.  Explain the Calculation for a costing version form.  Cost and Sales Price Calculations Lab : 5. measurement dimensions.  Calculate a BOM from a sales order.1  Use Configurable BOMs in a Sales Order Lab : 6.2  Set Up and Calculate BOM Measurement . and calculating the BOM from a sales order. Profit settings. students will be able to:  Explain the BOM calculation structure. Lessons  Introduction  Configurable BOMs and Sales Orders  View BOMs in a Sales Order Lab : 6.2  BOM Calculations from a Sales Order After completing this module. and Calculation groups.  View the BOM structure from a sales order.  Describe and set up Cost groups. and transferring calculation prices and quantities to a sales order. Lessons  Introduction  BOM Scrap  BOM Measurement Lab : 7. students will be able to:  Create a sales order by using a configurable BOM. and stop BOM Explosion. Module 6: Sales Orders and BOMs This chapter describes creating a sales order with a configurable BOM. The section also covers the use and setup of measurements including consumption calculation.  Set up and view costing versions . viewing. Module 7: Scrap and Measurement This chapter describes the use and setup of constant and variable scrap and BOM calculations by using scrap. and BOM calculations using measurements. rounding-up.

 Access the Report as finished process.1  Report a BOM as Finished After completing this module. from the following areas:  Periodic folder  Released products list page  BOM journal Module 9: Reports and Other BOM Functionality This chapter describes the standard BOM reports in Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 and other BOM functionality including changing and checking BOMs.After completing this module. students will be able to:  Explain the purpose of reporting a BOM as finished by using the Max. report as finishedform.3  Set Up and Run an Automatic BOM Check After completing this chapter. students will be able to:  Describe and set up scrap parameters:  Constant and variable scrap on the BOM  BOM calculations by using scrap  Explain and set up measurement configurations:  Consumption calculation  Rounding-up  Measurement dimensions  Conversion factors  Perform BOM calculations by using measurements Module 8: Report a BOM as Finished This chapter describes the purpose of reporting a BOM as finished.1  Change a BOM Lab : 9. and sorting BOM lines. and explores the methods of accessing the Report as Finished process within Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012.2  Run a Manual BOM Check Lab : 9. Lessons  Introduction  Standard BOM Reports  Other BOM Functionality Lab : 9. Lessons  Introduction  Reporting a BOM as Finished Lab : 8. students will be able to:  Describe standard Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 reports: .

Talk to us on these social networks:  Facebook  Twitter  LinkedIn Course 80306A: Distribution and Trade in Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 Length: 3 Days Published: September 09. Spanish Audience(s): Information Workers Level: 200 Technology: Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 . French. 2011 Language(s): English. Japanese.  Supply Chain Foundation in Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012  Distribution and Trade in Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012  Community Looking for training resources. Italian. German. events and advice from peers? Join the Microsoft Training and Certification Community. Chinese (Simplified). its recommended that students can have:  Introduction to Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012.Preparing for an exam now? Find your Microsoft Certification Study Group.  Lines  Where-used  BOM calculations  Describe other BOM functionality:  Changing and Checking BOMs  Sorting BOM lines  Prerequisites Before attending this course.

 Assign charges. students will be able to:  Allow for over/under delivery of goods. purchasers.  Work with sales quotations. and other users in organizations that are responsible for the setup and administration of trade and logistics.  Edit Item dimensions during picking. Return actions.  Register serialized and batch inventory. inventory management.  Set up. cancel.  Reverse and split a pick.  Set up and use Supplementary items. activate. This course builds on information provided in the Supply Chain Foundation in Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 course. and quarantine management functionality. .  Define various sales quotation functions. or change a reservation. introduces advanced Trade & Logistics functionality. The course is targeted toward sales and purchase managers.  Understand Customer and Vendor Price/Discount groups.  Set up transfer orders.  Set up and manage quarantine management functionality. Type: Course Delivery Method: Instructor-led (classroom) Hide all items Overview About this Course This three-day instructor-led course.  Query. and Manage Customer returns. and modify Customer and Vendor trade agreements.  Manually reserve inventory. Distribution and Trade in Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012. Audience Profile This course is intended for customers and partners that want to learn more advanced features and functions offered in Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 Trade and Distribution feature areas.  Recognize the pick process. salespeople. At Course Completion After completing this course.  Set up automatic and explosion inventory reservation.  Create Vendor returns.  Create a transfer order.

 Understand the ABC Inventory Classification System. Also. Course Details Course OutlineModule 1: Overview This module provides an overview of the content of the Distribution and Trade in Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 course. students will be able to:  Set up the Accounts receivable and Procurement and sourcing modules to accept over and under delivery.  Understand how to use the Physical inventory by inventory dimension report.  Set up the elements of a commission agreement.  View commission transactions from a financially updated sales order. .  Understand how to use reports in forecasting sales and purchase expectations. Lessons  Distribution and Trade After completing this module.  Manage over and under deliveries in sales and purchase order processing. it discusses how to handle charges in Sales and Purchase orders that include how to allocate charges to items and how to include landed costs in an item's total cost. students will be able to:  Introduce the Distribution and Trade features in Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 Module 2: Over/Under Delivery and Charges This module examines how to handle differences between ordered and received or delivered quantities in Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012. Lessons  Introduction  Over/Under Delivery  Charges  Price Charges  Charges Codes  Manual Charges  Automatic Charges Lab : Use Over/Under Delivery with Purchase OrdersLab : Use Under Delivery with SalesLab : Create a Charges CodeLab : Manual Setup of ChargesLab : Create a Customer Charges GroupLab : Set Up Automatic Charges After completing this module.  Pick items before transfer between warehouses.  Transfer items between warehouses.  Set up acceptable over and under delivery percentages on a product.

 Discuss how to create sales and purchase agreements.  Set up automatic charges for a specific customer.  Set up a charges group for customers. and items.  Set up customer and vendor trade agreements. and items.  Describe trade agreement parameters. vendors.  Manually add charges to a sales and purchase order. item.  Define sales and purchase agreements.  Manually add charges to the purchase order lines.  Set up charges codes.  Modify or delete automatic charges. It also covers Supplementary Items that are complimentary or supplementary items sold to a customer or customer group.  Set up and use supplementary items. Lessons  Activate Trade Agreements  Set Up Trade Agreements  Trade Agreements Parameters  Supplementary Items  Purchase and Sales Agreements Lab : Customer Trade Agreement SetupLab : Set Up Smart RoundingLab : Using Smart RoundingLab : Supplementary ItemsLab : Sales Agreements After completing this module.  Add price charges to an item that is dependent or independent of the item quantity. students will be able to:  Activate customer and vendor trade agreements. Module 4: Item Arrival Registration This module is designed to describe the features in Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 that support receiving items in a company.  Describe how to work with sales and purchase agreements.  Discuss how to follow up on agreements. or item group. Module 3: Customer and Vendor Agreements This module discusses Customer and Vendor Agreements that are fixed price agreements that are entered into with one or more customers or vendors for the sale of individual or multiple items.  Discuss how to use agreements when you create orders. . vendors.  Set up a charges group for customers. or sold with an item or item group.

and scrap part of the order in the quarantine order process. the Create credit note feature.  Identify the inventory transactions associated with the statuses of a quarantine order. Quarantine management is part of the Microsoft Dynamics AX Inventory management chapter. and the . Lessons  Introduction  Quarantine Warehouse Setup Parameters  Quarantine Item Management  Inventory Transactions on Quarantine Items Lab : Create Quarantine InventoryLab : Purchase to Quarantine Inventory After completing this module. for example.  Set up the Arrival overview form and start.  Set up automatic quarantine management. Module 5: Quarantine Management This module examines how Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 uses Quarantine orders. The item may be in quarantine for a certain period.  Set up an item to be automatically quarantined by setting up the required parameters. You will learn how to handle the returns with and without serial and batch numbers attached.  Create and process a manual quarantine order. register. Items can be set aside to await either manual or automatic approval. students will be able to:  Set up a warehouse for quarantine management. and update item arrivals.Lessons  Introduction  Item Registration Setup  Item Arrival Lab : Manage an Item Arrival After completing this module.  Split. students will be able to:  Create a vendor or customer return by using a Negative quantity. return. for quantity control purposes. depending on setup. Module 6: Vendor Returns This module discusses how to return a product to a vendor. students will be able to:  Set up registration requirements for incoming items. Lessons  Introduction  Create Vendor Returns  Create Vendor Returns for Serialized Items Lab : Working with Vendor ReturnsLab : Complete a Vendor Return Using Returned Order Type After completing this module.

purchase order type Returned order. and process quotations. track the progress of quotations. Lessons  Introduction  Why Perform Reservations and What You Can Reserve?  Manual Reservations  Automatic Reservations  Automatic Reservations and Selection of Batch  Explosion Reservations  View Reservations  Lock Reservations  Cancel Reservations  Batch Reservation  Picking Reserved Items Lab : Manual ReservationLab : Automatic Reservation After completing this module. students will be able to:  Set up Inventory and warehouse management and Accounts receivable parameters for reservations.  Return an item with multiple serial and batch numbers to a vendor. Module 8: Item Reservations This module is designed to explain the Reservations functionality in Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012.  Identify how Primary stocking for dimensions affects automatic reservations and re-reservations.  Perform a manual reservation for on-hand and ordered quantities of an item.  Work with sales quotations. Various quotation functions are also explained Lessons  Introduction  Sales Quotation Setup  Working with Quotations  Additional Sales Quotation Features Lab : Create a Quotation and Convert it to a Sales OrderLab : Create a Quotation TemplateLab : Mass Create Quotations After completing this module.  Perform an automatic reservation for on-hand and ordered quantities of an item. maintain. and follow-up on won or lost quotations. The trade and logistics functionality allows for sales personnel to issue quotations. students will be able to:  Set up sales quotations. .  Define various sales quotation functions. Module 7: Sales Quotations This module explains how to set up.

 Change multiple order reservations. Quarantine order. reverse.  Pick a reserved item for a sales order. students will be able to:  Explain how the Inventory dimension group. and Sales order forms.  Set up and process a manual one-step pick.  View reservations and print a picking list and packing slip. students will be able to: . Module 9: Sales Order PickingThis module introduces the sales picking processLessons  Introduction  Enable Sales Order Picking and Setup  Release Sales Order Picking  Automatic Registration of a Pick  Manual Registration of a Pick  Item Pick Registration of a Serial and Batch Inventory  Edit. Arrival overview.  Cancel a reservation. You will learn how to process the returns through the Return order.  Use the Lock reservation functionality. the Inventory model group.  Perform a reservation of the type Explosion. Reverse and Split a Pick Lab : Item Pick Registration of Serialized InventoryLab : Edit. Module 10: Customer Returns This module discusses how to accept and handle a product return from a customer.  Set up and process an automatic registration of a pick. Lessons  Introduction  Set up Customer Returns  Create a Return Order  Item Arrival and Receipt Registration  Quarantine Orders  Replacement Orders Lab : Create a Return OrderLab : Process a Return OrderLab : Generate the Packing Slip and Invoice for a Return Order After completing this module.  Register serial and batch numbers during the picking process. and the Accounts receivable parameters affect the Item registration setup. Reverse.  Set up the Release sales order picking form and allocate on-hand inventory for sales order picking. and Split a Pick After completing this module. and split picks.  Work with the transaction in the Pick form to edit.

Lessons  Introduction  Set Up of Transfer Orders  Using the Transfer order Form  Picking Items For a Transfer Order  Shipping and Receiving a Transfer Order Lab : Create a Transfer OrderLab : Pick. disposition codes. It also covers how to inquire on the calculated commissions from posted sales transactions. students gain an understanding of the Transfer orders form.  Create a transfer order manually. students will be able to:  Understand how to use a Transit warehouse for transfer orders.  Create a Replacement order. Lessons  Introduction  Set Up a Commission  View Commission Transactions  Commission Transactions For Return Items Lab : Commission CalculationsLab : Commission Transactions After completing this module.  Set up transport time and the delivery date control system for transfer orders.  Set up reason codes.  Work with disposition actions.  Create a Return order and work with the Return order form. and miscellaneous charges for customer returns. Module 12: Transfer Orders In this module.  View the commission transactions created from item returns.  Pick a transfer order by using the Release transfer order picking form.  Handle returned items in quarantine inspection.  View commission transactions from a financially updated sales order. Ship and Receive a Transfer Order After completing this module. Module 11: Commissions This module introduces the steps that are required to set up sales commissions for salespeople. students will be able to:  Set up the elements of a commission agreement. .  Process the arrival of a Return order. This is a process-oriented method to deal with transfer orders between warehouses within the same company.

 Ship and receive a transfer order.  Use reports to help forecast sales and purchase expectations.  Community Looking for training resources. Lessons  Introduction  ABC Inventory Classification  Inventory Reports  Forecasting Reports Lab : Run an ABC Classification ReportLab : Reports After completing this module.Talk to us on these social networks:  Facebook  Twitter  LinkedIn . In addition. Module 13: Reports This module introduces how the ABC Inventory classification system is used in Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012. students should have:  Knowledge of trade and logistics. It also discusses how to use Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 reports to help in forecasting sales and purchase expectations. students will be able to:  Set up manual and automatic ABC classification on a single item.  Review and run the Physical inventory by inventory dimension report.  Completed the Supply Chain Foundation in Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 course.Preparing for an exam now? Find your Microsoft Certification Study Group.  Prerequisites Before attending this course. events and advice from peers? Join the Microsoft Training and Certification Community. students must have:  General knowledge of Microsoft Windows  The ability to use Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 for basic processing.  Knowledge of inventory management concepts.

purchasers. German. 2011 Language(s): English. At Course Completion After completing this course. provides students with the necessary tools and resources to perform basic tasks in the procurement flow in Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012.  Create and manage products.  Describe the setup that is required and optional before creating vendors.  Create a new vendor. Procurement and Sourcing in Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012. and other people in organizations responsible for the setup and administration of procurement and sourcing and inventory management functionality. Italian.  Review various types of catalogs. Spanish Audience(s): Information Workers Level: 200 Technology: Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 Type: Course Delivery Method: Instructor-led (online) Show all items Overview About this Course This two-day instructor-led course. including their usages. French.  Set up category hierarchies and work with procurement categories.Course index Course 80308A: Procurement in Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 Length: 2 Days Published: October 06. students will be able to:  Review the main concepts of Procurement and sourcing in Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012. Audience Profile The intended audience includes customers that want to learn the basic features and develop a working knowledge of the typical daily procedures required to effectively use Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 procurement and sourcing functionality. The class is intended for purchase managers. .

 List the integration points to other Microsoft Dynamics AX modules and the Procurement and sourcing module. Lessons  About Procurement and Sourcing  Enterprise Portal Features  Integration  End-To-End Scenario After completing this chapter.  Create.  Describe the workflows available for procurement and sourcing. and external catalogs. Lessons  Introduction  Defining Products  Modeling Configurable Products  Inventory Dimension Groups . and set up the system for change management.  List the features available in the Enterprise Portal for Procurement and sourcing.  Create and process vendor returns.  Manage the request for quotation process. and follow-up on purchase requisitions.  Order products using the Employee Services site. Create and process purchase agreements. students will be able to:  Describe the main concepts of Procurement and sourcing in Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012. Course Details Course OutlineModule 1: Procurement Overview This chapter provides a general overview of Procurement and sourcing in Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012. complete. Module 2: Product Information Management This chapter concentrates on how to create and set up a new product.  Describe the change management process.  Create and configure purchasing policies.  Use the features of the Vendor Self-service Portal.  Work with procurement.  Define purchasing policy parameters. Creating new products is completed through the Product information management module.  Manage transactions on the Procurement Order site. vendor.  Set up purchasing parameters.  Create and process purchase orders.  Describe the procurement process.

Three types of catalogs are reviewed―procurement.  Change a vendor’s name.  Add vendors to another legal entity.2: Create and Apply a Product Template to Multiple Products  Create a Product template and apply the template to products After completing this chapter. Lab : 3.  View vendor information. Lessons  Introduction  Set Up for Vendors  Create Vendors  Vendor Tasks  Vendor Reports and Inquiries Lab : 3.  Place a vendor on hold. Lessons  About Catalogs .  Describe the variant configuration technology types. Module 4: Catalogs This chapter reviews the process for creating catalogs and category hierarchies.2: Create a Vendor  Create a vendor After completing this chapter. and external catalogs. with several product variants.1: Create a Vendor Group  Set up a vendor group. students will be able to:  Describe the setup that is required and optional before creating vendors. vendor.1: Create and Release Product Masters  Create and release a new product master. Module 3: Vendors This chapter concentrates on creating vendors and managing vendor information. students will be able to:  Describe the concept of products. Lab : 2.  Describe the concept of product masters and their variants.  Discuss how to finalize a released product.  View vendor transactions.  Discuss inventory dimension groups.  Create a new vendor.  Create and release products to an enterprise.  Authorizing Product Setup in a Legal Entity  Finalizing Product Setup in a Legal Entity Lab : 2.

following-up. Lab : 4. add vendors to the case.  Create new category hierarchies and categories.  Review the process to configure and validate an external catalog. Additionally. and then link the new attributes to a category in the category hierarchy.  Create and publish a procurement catalog.  Review the process to configure and import a vendor catalog. reports and inquiries for request for quotations are reviewed. and processing a request for quotation reply are reviewed.  Set up procurement categories. students will be able to:  Review various types of catalogs.  Review the reports available in Procurement and sourcing for categories and catalog management.  Create attributes and assign them to categories. including their usages. and send the request for quotation to the vendor. Lessons  Introduction  Set Up Request for Quotations  Issue a Request for Quotation  Follow-up on Request for Quotations  Request for Quotation Replies  Transfer Accepted Request for Quotation Replies  Request for Quotation Reports and Inquiries Lab : 5. Steps for creating.1: Create a Request for Quotation  Create a request for quotation.  Category Hierarchies  Category Attributes  Commodity Codes  Procurement Category Management  Procurement Catalogs  Vendor Catalogs  External Catalogs  Catalog Comments  Category Reports Lab : 4. Module 5: Request for Quotation This chapter explains the request for quotation process. add items to the case.  Activate catalog comments and approve or reject submitted comments. After completing this chapter.1: Create New Categories  Create categories and subcategories in an existing category hierarchy.  Create commodity codes and assign them to a category.2: Create Category Attributes  Create attribute types and attributes. students will be able to: . After completing this chapter.

 Describe and use demand consolidations.  Set up system parameters prior to using a request for quotation. the change .  Return a request for quotation reply. students will be able to:  Describe the purchase requisition process and the associated list pages used to manage purchase requisitions.  Follow-up on purchase requisitions.  Create purchase requisitions.  Create a request for quotation.  Describe other purchase requisition tasks.  Complete purchase requisitions.  Review the request for quotation reports and inquiries. Lessons  Introduction  About Purchase Requisitions  Create Purchase Requisitions  Complete a Purchase Requisition  Follow-up on Purchase Requisitions  Convert Purchase Requisitions to Purchase Orders  Demand Consolidations  Other Purchase Requisition Tasks  Purchase Requisition Workflow Lab : 6.  Reject a request for quotation reply.  Accept a request for quotation reply.1: Create a Purchase Requisition  Create and submit a purchase requisition. Module 6: Purchase Requisitions This chapter focuses on how to create and complete purchase requisitions. The chapter also discusses how to convert purchase requisitions to purchase orders.  Register a request for quotation reply.  Explain the purchase requisition workflow.  Follow-up on a request for quotation. demand consolidations are discussed. Additionally. Module 7: Purchase Orders This chapter reviews the process of creating and processing a purchase order. Additionally.  Convert purchase requisitions to purchase orders. After completing this chapter.  Compare request for quotation replies.

After completing this chapter. and the purchase order type Returned order. concepts of purchase agreements are discussed. and set up the system for change management.  Process a purchase order. Module 8: Vendor Returns This chapter discusses how to return a product to a vendor.1: Working with Vendor Returns  Create a vendor return by copying an original purchase order Lab : 8.  Create a purchase order and add lines to it. students will be able to:  Describe the various forms and list pages for working with purchase orders.  Explain the change management process.1: Create Purchase Orders  Create a purchase order with a multiple delivery addresses Lab : 7.2: Change Management  Enable change management and create a purchase order to be submitted through workflow After completing this chapter. students will be able to:  Create a vendor or customer return by using a Negative quantity. Lessons  Introduction  Working with Purchase Orders  Set Up Accounts Payable Parameters  Create a Purchase Order  Process a Purchase Order  Change Management  Purchase Order Tasks  Purchase Order Inquiries and List Pages Lab : 7.  Return a Not-Stocked item to a vendor.  Describe additional tasks that can be completed for a purchase order.  Return an item with multiple serial and batch numbers to a vendor.2: Complete a Vendor Return Using the Returned Order Type  Create a vendor return with batch numbers by using the Returned order type. You will be shown how to create purchase agreements and how to use purchase agreements when you create purchase orders. .  Describe the reports and inquiries available for purchase orders. Lessons  Introduction  Create Vendor Returns  Create Vendor Returns for Serialized Items Lab : 8. the Create credit note feature. Module 9: Purchase Agreements In this chapter. You will also be shown how to handle the returns with and without serial and batch numbers attached.  Set up purchasing parameters.management process is reviewed.

 Create and maintain vendor invoices. and view notifications on the Vendor Self-service Portal.2: Create and Send Vendor Notifications  Create and send a vendor notification. you will be shown how to use the Employee Services site to search for products and purchase products. . In addition.  Discuss how to create purchase agreements. Module 10: Vendor Self-Service Portal This chapter reviews scenarios where your vendors connect to the Vendor Self-service Portal to view transactional information and respond to request for quotations. send. add contacts.  Discuss how to use agreements when you create orders.  Review how to define purchase agreements.  Update vendor profile information. Lab : 10. Lessons  Introduction  Vendor Role Center  Vendor Profiles  Notifications  Questionnaires  Transactions  Vendor Self-Service Portal Security Lab : 10.  Describe the transactions that can be viewed or modified in the Vendor Portal. Module 11: Procurement Order Site In this chapter you will create purchase requisitions and view purchase order information using the Procurement Order site. you will print the purchase agreement fulfillment report. create user requests. and category requests.  Describe the roles available for the Vendor Portal. students will be able to:  Describe how purchase agreements work. After completing this chapter.  View and complete questionnaires on the Vendor Portal. Finally.Lessons  Purchase Agreements Lab : 9.1: Setting Up and Following Up on a Purchase Agreement  Create a purchase agreement. and then create a release order from the purchase agreement.  Respond to requests for quotations.1: Add a Contact  Add a new vendor contact on the Vendor Portal. students will be able to:  Describe the features of the vendor role center.  Explain how to follow up on agreements.  Create. After completing this chapter.

Lessons  Introduction  Purchase Requisitions  Managing Purchase Information  Product Receipt Confirmations  Order Products on the Employee Services Site Lab : 11. students will be able to:  Describe policy organizations and policy rules.  View and create product receipt confirmations. steps for configuring each type of policy rule are reviewed.  Configure a catalog policy rule.2: Configure a Default Signing Limit Policy Rule  Create a new signing limit policy and configure a default signing limit.  View purchase orders.2: Order Products and Check Out  Search for products and add products to your cart and check out using the check out wizard on the Employee Services website.  Order products using the Employee Services site. and vendor invoices.1: Create and Configure a Purchase Requisition RFQ Rule  Create a new purchasing policy and configure a purchase requisition RFQ. After completing this chapter. After completing this chapter. Lab : 11. purchase order confirmations. . Lessons  Introduction  About Policies  Purchasing Policy Set Up  Create Purchasing Policies  Configure Catalog Policy Rules  Configure Category Access Policy Rules  Configure Category Policy Rules  Configure Purchase Requisition RFQ Rules  Configure Purchase Requisition Control Rules  Configure Purchase Order Creation and Demand Consolidation Rules  Expenditure Reviewers  Limits Lab : 12. You will be shown how to create purchasing policies and signing limits. Lab : 12.  Define purchasing policy parameters.1: Purchase Requisitions  Create a purchase requisition on the Procurement Order site. In addition.  Configure a category access policy rule.  Create and manage a purchasing policy. Module 12: Purchasing Policies and Signing Limits This chapter reviews the policy framework in Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012. students will be able to:  View and create purchase requisitions on the Procurement Order site. product receipts.

Lessons  Introduction  About Workflow  Procurement Catalog Workflows  Purchasing Workflows  Vendor Workflows  Demonstration: Configure a Purchase Requisition Workflow After completing this chapter. students must have:  General knowledge of Microsoft Windows.  Describe the workflows available for procurement catalogs. Module 13: Workflow This chapter reviews the workflows that are available for procurement and sourcing. and inventory management concepts.  Configure purchase order creation and demand consolidation rules.Talk to us on these social networks:  Facebook . trade and logistics.  Prerequisites Before attending this course.  Configure a purchase requisition request for quotation (RFQ) rule.  Completed the Introduction to Microsoft DynamicsAX 2012 course.  The ability to use Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 for basic processing.  Basic knowledge of procurement.  Configure category access policy rules.  Community Looking for training resources.  Describe the purchasing workflow types.  Configure expenditure reviewers for purchase orders and purchase requisitions. You will be shown a demonstration on how to set up a purchase requisition workflow. events and advice from peers? Join the Microsoft Training and Certification Community. students will be able to:  Describe the basic features and steps to create and configure a workflow.  Configure signing limit policy rules.  Demonstrate the steps to set up a purchase requisition workflow.  Describe the vendor related workflows available in Procurement and sourcing.Preparing for an exam now? Find your Microsoft Certification Study Group.  Configure a purchase requisition control rule.

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