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D365FO Inventory Transaction Status

(Last Updated On: October 23, 2018)

The inventory transaction statuses are very important for the understanding of a lot of things regarding inventory/stock level, Master Planning etc.

In this post please find a list of the Inventory Transaction Statuses for Receipt and Issue in Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations D365FO.

A few explanatory words have been added, but of course, more examples could be given.

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D365FO Inventory Transaction Status

Receipt statuses

None

The transaction is not a receipt (it is an issue).

Quotation receipt

A sales quotation with a negative quantity has been sent to the customer for approval.

Ordered

The quantity on the transactions is ordered.

Arrived

The quantity on the transactions is being or is about to be, transported by using a pallet transport. The quantity is not yet registered as part of the physical inventory.

Registered

Receipt of the quantity on the transactions has been registered. The quantity is now part of the physical inventory and can be consumed by an issue. The registration can be reversed, provided that the quantity has not yet been consumed.

Received

The quantity on the transactions has been received. The quantity is now part of the physical inventory and can be consumed by an issue. Ledger postings can be generated as a result of an update to this status. This status is reached when, for example, a product receipt is completed.

Purchased

The quantity on the transactions has been invoiced. The quantity is now part of the physical inventory and can be consumed by an issue. Ledger postings are generated as a result of an update to this status.

This is the final receipt status of the transaction. This status is reached when, for example, a purchase order invoice is completed.

Issue statuses

None

The transaction is not an issue (it is a receipt)

Quotation Issue

The transaction was created from a sales quotation.

On Order

The quantity on the transaction is on order. This could be the case if e.g. a sales line is created.

Reserved Ordered

The quantity on the transactions is reserved against an incoming transaction (for example a purchase order).

Reserved Physical

The quantity on the transactions is reserved against the physical inventory.

Picked

The quantity on the transactions is picked from the physical inventory. While the transaction has this status, the pick operation can be reversed, so that the items are put back into the inventory.

Deducted

The quantity on the transactions is removed from the inventory. Ledger postings can be generated as a result of an update to this status. This status is reached when, for example, a sales order packing slip is completed.

Sold

The quantity on the transactions is removed from the inventory and invoiced. Ledger postings are generated as a result of an update to this status.

This is the final issue status of the transaction. This status is reached when, for example, a sales order invoice is completed.

This is NOT Inventory Status

Please make sure that you don’t confuse the D365FO terms Inventory Transaction Status and Inventory Status.

Inventory Statuses are used to categorize and keep track of inventory.

Read more about D365FO Inventory Status.

Looking for similar AX 2012 information?

Please find here Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 Inventory Transaction Status