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A company receives a large quantity of inventory into the warehouse.
The inventory has a short shelf life and must be sent out to the stores as soon as possible.
You need to use Buyer’s push to transfer the inventory out to the stores.
Which two actions should you perform? Each correct answer presents part of the solution. NOTE: Each correct selection is worth one point. A . Create a sales order.
B. Create transfer orders.
C. Select Product and ship open sales orders.
D. Select Product and distribution method.
You are a functional consultant for a company named Contoso Entertainment System USA (USMF).
From sales order number 000720, you need to ensure that a product named Projector Television is delivered directly to a customer.
To complete this task, sign in to Dynamics 365 portal.
Answer: When you configure Direct Delivery (direct from the Vendor), a PO is created to purchase the item from the Vendor and have it shipped directly to the customer. The instructions below include generating the PO and a product receipt. These steps may not be required in the exam but are included for reference.
A company uses Dynamics 365 Supply Chain Management to sell automobile tires.
The company sells different models of tires. Each model is available in different diameter sizes. The combination of a model and its diameter represents an individual stock keeping unit (SKU).
The manufacturer’s suggested retail price (MSRP) and purchase prices can vary between variants. The purchase price for the variants will change over time, but the MSRP will never change once it is configured. All price changes must be documented systematically. The MSRP must be the default selling price for the item if no other pricing is available.
You need to configure the whiteboard paint requirements for schools.
Which two settings should you configure? Each answer presents part of the solution. NOTE: Each correct selection is worth one point. A . Quantity commitment
B. Max is enforced
C. Price and discount is fixed
D. Minimum release amount
E. Maximum release amount
A: Commitment types
Each line in a purchase agreement is a commitment to buy something. You can use lines from multiple purchase orders (POs) to fulfill the commitment.
There are four types of commitments:
Product quantity commitment C You purchase a specific quantity of a product. Product value commitment C You purchase a specific currency amount of a product. Product category value commitment C You purchase a specific currency amount in a procurement category. The amount can be for a catalog item or a non-catalog item. Value commitment C You purchase a specific currency amount of any product or products in any procurement category.
Policies for purchase agreements
B: The following policies affect the way that the link between a purchase agreement commitment and the corresponding PO lines works:
Max is enforced C The total quantity or amount for all order lines can’t exceed the quantity or amount that is specified on the related commitment.
Price and discount is fixed C The price on an order line and the price on the related commitment must be the same. If the price is changed on the order line, the link to the commitment is broken. If the link is broken, the order line doesn’t contribute to the fulfillment of the commitment.
Minimum release amount and Maximum release amount C If an amount is specified, you receive a message if you make any change to an order line that causes the order line to differ from the related commitment.
Note: As whiteboard paint grows in popularity, so does the demand. This causes supply shortages. Whiteboard paint is ordered six months in advance. Requirements. Customers and sales
(A) Schools must agree to the amount of whiteboard paint they will purchase for the whole school year.
(B) Sales of whiteboard paint must be limited so that one school does not buy all the inventory and force backorders for other schools.
You are the inventory manager at a large distribution company.
You notice item P0001 has been running out regularly and the on-hand count seems to differ from what is in Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations. You want cycle count work to be automatically created when the quantity drops below 10 pieces, which is about once a week.
You need to appropriately configure warehouse management to generate cycle count work.
What should you do? A . Create a cycle count plan for item P0001 to run when the quantity is below 10.
B. Create a cycle count threshold that is percentage based that will generate work when inventory drops below 10% for item P0001.
C. Create a cycle count threshold that is quantity based and specify 10 for the quantity. Add P0001 as a selected item.
D. Create a cycle count plan for item P0001. Generate a batch job that runs once a week.
You need to configure the system to support the pottery line.
What should you do first? A . Set up a new product with product configuration.
B. Create a new product with tracking dimensions.
C. Create a new product master with pre-defined product variants.
D. Create a new product with storage dimensions.
You need to address the inventory cost requirements.
What are two possible ways to achieve the goal? Each answer represents a complete solution. NOTE: Each correct selection is worth one point A . Set up a costing sheet
B. Set up commodity pricing.
C. Use FIFO with marking.
D. Create a costing version.
E. Create purchase orders from sales orders.
Which solution objects should you configure? To answer, drag the appropriate solution objects to the correct configurations. Each solution object may be used once, more than once, or not at all. You may need to drag the split bar between panes or scroll to view content. NOTE: Each correct selection is worth one point.
Box 1: Test groups
Requirement 1: 100 percent of all nutritional supplements and 50 percent of all energy drinks must be tested when production orders are completed. After a product is in testing, 100 percent of all tests must be completed.
You use the Test groups page to set up, edit, and view test groups and the individual tests that are assigned to them. The upper part of the page shows the test groups, and the lower part shows the tests that are assigned to a selected test group.
You assign several policies to a test group, such as a sampling plan, an acceptable quality level (AQL), and the requirement for destructive testing. Then, when you assign an individual test to a test group, you define additional information, such as the sequence, documents, and validity dates. For a quantitative test, the information that you define also includes the acceptable measurement values. For a qualitative test, the information includes the test variable and default outcome.
The test group that is assigned to a quality order defines the default set of tests that must be performed on the specified item. However, you can add, delete, or change tests for the quality order. Test results are reported for each test on a quality order.
Box 2: Quality groups
Requirement 2: 75 percent of all nutritional supplements and energy drinks should be tested against their required tests during an outbound process.
A quality group represents common testing requirements for items.
Use and create item quality groups to logically group products so that they can be assigned to quality associations for the automatic generation of quality orders.
Example of an item quality group
A manufacturing company purchases various raw materials that have the same testing requirements for incoming inspection. Therefore, the company defines a quality group and then assigns the item numbers that are associated with the raw materials to that group. Later, the company purchases a new type of raw material that has the same testing requirements. Instead of setting up new testing requirements for the new material, the company adds the item number for the new material to the existing quality group.