Make order planning generates error ?

dlauwersdlauwers Member Posts: 127

Customer tries to make an Order Planning. 1ste run of production piece from a sales order was OK, the second run, to get the requirements of the sub assembly failed with this error:

Not all requisition Lines were carried out.
A total of 1 lines were not carried out due to errors encountered.

Debugging the small piece of code does not help in finding the cause?

Did anybody else have this problem and knows what the cause is and how to solve it ?

Customer is working with NAV 4 BE on SQL 2005 sp2 server.

Thanks for your support


  • ara3nara3n Member Posts: 9,255
    Hello On the option tab there is a flag called Stop and show Error.

    Check that flag and you'll see the error.
    Ahmed Rashed Amini
    Independent Consultant/Developer

  • MalajloMalajlo Member Posts: 294
    Check if the problem is with Action Message and Accept Action Message in req line.
  • dlauwersdlauwers Member Posts: 127
    The problem was that the automatic Nr. Series last used number was set incorrect.

    With testing they had deleted all but 1 production order and had reset the number series of the production order.

    When a new order had to be made from the orer planning NAV could not create that new Order because of the conflicting number. The number NAV got from the Nr. Series already excisted.

    Changed the last number used from the Nr. Series, and the problem was solved. \:D/

    This may come in handy for other users because the error message does not point you in the right direction. :evil:

    Have a nice day
  • dlauwersdlauwers Member Posts: 127

    Thanks for the reply !

    My problem is solved, but your tip may be usefull when I have another error !

    Where is that flag you mentioned.

    I press Make Orders on the Order Planning Form.
    I can't see it in the option TAB of the Make Supply orders (Form 5526) ??

    Could you specify where this stop and show error would be ?

  • ara3nara3n Member Posts: 9,255
    You are running Order Planning. My mistake. Those options are available on requisition worksheet and Mfg Planning Worksheet.
    Ahmed Rashed Amini
    Independent Consultant/Developer

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