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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing Which Form 2220 Corporations

Instructions and Help about Which Form 2220 Corporations

Hello, good afternoon, and thank you very much for joining this session. It is called "Help MRP Slow". It may or may not be obvious from the session title, but the purpose of this presentation is to introduce you to a flow, a sort of methodology, that you can use whenever you are experiencing MRP runtime issues. My name is Roxana Diaconu, and I am the Program Manager responsible for master planning in Dynamics AX. Today, with me is my colleague Dennis Conrad, who is a developer in the team that is developing and maintaining master planning in Dynamics AX. Before we begin, I would like to mention that we would like to take questions at the end of the session, and there is a microphone available for you to ask your questions. Now, there are some things that I would like to make sure are understood by everybody. First of all, runtime and "ance" is not the same thing. This is not a session about MRP "ance", it's a session about MRP runtime. What I'm trying to say is that, for example, you could have an MRP run that lasts for, let's say, five hours. You could say the runtime is not good. But taking into account the BOM complexity, the number of items, and whether the run is intercompany or not, it could be a run that is running well. I'd also like to mention that this is not a session where we will be presenting any sort of benchmarking. In the sense of, if you have this many items, if you have this hardware, if this is your average BOM level, this is how long your MRP should be. It's very hard to do that, and we're not going to go there at all. The first thing that's important to...