Course Code: 19110

MB-320T00 - Microsoft Dynamics 365 Supply Chain Management, Manufacturing

Class Dates:
4 Days
Class Time:
Instructor-Led Training, Virtual Instructor-Led Training


  • Course Overview
  • This course is designed to build your foundation in Dynamics 365 Supply Chain Management, Manufacturing application knowledge. This course will cover the most important features and functionalities needed for functional consultant role on the manufacturing space. By the end of this course each student will be able to: Configure the most important and commonly used features and functionalities within Dynamics 365 Supply Chain Management, Manufacturing. Process most of the Dynamics 365 Supply Chain Management, Manufacturing transactions needed to support SCM business processes. Explain to others how Dynamics 365 Supply Chain Management, Manufacturing features and functionalities works.
  • Audience
  • A Dynamics 365 Finance and Operations Functional Consultant is responsible for performing discovery, capturing requirements, engaging subject matter experts and stakeholders, translating requirements, and configuring the solution and applications. The Functional Consultant implements a solution using out of the box capabilities, codeless extensibility, application and service integrations.

    At Course Completion
    After completing this course, students will be:

    Configure the most important and commonly used features and functionalities within Dynamics 365
    Process most of the Dynamics 365 Manufacturing transactions
    Explain to others how Dynamics 365 Supply Chain Management, Manufacturing features


  • Basic understanding for supply chain management and manufacturing terminology Basic understanding of Dynamics 365 finance and operation apps

Course Details

  • Module 1: Configure Dynamics 365 Supply Chain Management, Manufacturing
  • Configure and manage the production control module
  • Configure and manage resources for production processes
  • Configure discrete manufacturing
  • Configure process manufacturing
  • Configure lean manufacturing
  • Module 2: Manage manufacturing processes
  • Manage production orders
  • Manage batch orders
  • Manage kanban orders
  • Lab : Case study 1A discrete manufacturing
  • Exercise #1: Update the production control parameters
  • Exercise #2: Create new production pools
  • Exercise #3: Create and manage resources
  • Exercise #4: Create an operation, assign relations and create a route
  • Exercise #5: Create a simple BOM without a version
  • Exercise #6: Create a BOM in the BOM designer (Bonus)
  • Exercise #7: Create a BOM with a version
  • Exercise #8: Create a production order
  • Exercise #9: Start a discrete production order (Bonus)
  • Exercise #10: Run a resource schedule
  • Exercise #12: Configure costing policies
  • Exercise #13: Configure manufacturing execution (Bonus)
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  • Exercise #14: Configure automatic route consumption on setup jobs (Bonus)
  • Exercise #15: Use manufacturing execution (Bonus)
  • Lab : Case study 1B process manufacturing
  • Exercise #1: Create an approved vendor list and setting method to Warning Only (Bonus)
  • Exercise #2: Create items with different production types
  • Exercise #3: Create and activate a formula using different product types
  • Exercise #4: Create a new formula with a version from the released products form (Bonus)
  • Exercise #5: Revise, update and activate a formula (Bonus)
  • Exercise #6: Use the scalability feature to create a new formula
  • Exercise #7: Create and activate a percentage-based formula (Bonus)
  • Exercise #8: Change a linear consumption to a step-wise consumption
  • Exercise #9: Set up commodity pricing (Bonus)
  • Exercise #10: Change a price calculation and update trade agreements
  • Exercise #11: Setting up a commodity price calculation
  • Exercise #12: Creating PSDS lists, records and file uploads for product compliance
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  • Exercise #13: Add reporting details for an item
  • Exercise #14: Create a sales order and printing a PSDS
  • Exercise #15: Create and associate a batch attribute
  • Exercise #16: Create a new batch number and manually record the batch attribute
  • Exercise #17: Create quality orders and verify batch attributes
  • Exercise #18: Complete a batch reservation using an attribute requirement
  • Exercise #19: Set a partial visibility catch weight item
  • Exercise #20: Use catch weight items in a purchase trade agreement
  • Exercise #21: Create a batch attribute for a potency item
  • Exercise #22: Modify and activate a copy of a potency item formula
  • Exercise #23: Set up pricing based on an item’s attribute (Bonus)
  • Exercise #24: Record a potency attribute upon receipt (Bonus)
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  • Exercise #25: Reporting and balancing batch orders (Bonus)
  • Lab : Case study 1C Lean manufacturing
  • Exercise #1: Create value streams
  • Exercise #2 create a new production flow model
  • Exercise #3: Create a process activity
  • Exercise #4 Create a new transfer activity
  • Exercise #5: Add a successor to the production flow activity and perform validation and activation
  • Exercise #6: Create Kanban rules and schedule the Kanban job
  • Exercise #7: Process scheduled Kanban for process and transfer jobs
  • Exercise #8: Fulfill a sales order by planning a Kanban and produce an item (Bonus)
  • Module 3: Implement master planning for production
  • Configure and manage master planning
  • Plan, schedule, and perform production capacity planning
  • Lab : Case study 2 master planning
  • Exercise #1: Firm a planned order and change the order type
  • Exercise #2: Create an intercompany planning group and assign an item allocation key
  • Exercise #3: Plan a production schedule from a master planning run (Bonus)
  • Module 4: Implement other manufacturing features
  • Configure manufacturing execution
  • Configure costing policies
  • Define product configuration models by using Product Configurator
  • Module 5: Subcontracting for product manufacturing
  • Configuring subcontracting
  • Using subcontracting
  • Lab : Case study 3 subcontracting
  • Exercise #1: Set up subcontracting features